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The Story of Noah’s Pudding in Muslim Tradition
In the Qur’an, we read the story of Prophet Noah and the Ark.1
The account is not at all dissimilar to the one that Christians and Jews may know from the book of Genesis in the Old Testament and the Torah. Prophet Noah is sent to warn his people to abandon their wicked ways and avoid God’s punishment. They will not listen and mock him as he begins to build the ark as instructed by God. Prophet Noah takes in pairs of animals, male and female, and supplies of food. The flood waters rise and
Prophet Noah, members of his family and the few who believe his words are saved from drowning. After the flood, the Ark comes to rest on the mountain Al-Jūdī 2 on the day of Ashurah 3. God sends Prophet Noah and his companions out of the Ark with blessings to flourish and multiply.