The Three Messengers (Quran)

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This story is also known by the name of Ashab-e-Yasin or Ashab-e-Qariyah (The peoples of the town) (Arabic: اصحاب القریۃ Urdu, Pashto: بستی والے Hindi : बस्ती वालै ), is a Quranic story based on three messengers and the disbelief of a town. According to many Muslims, these messengers were sent to Antioch.[1][source needs translation]

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  1. ^ Dr. Abu Khalil Shoqi. Atlas ul Quran (in Urdu). Riyadh: Darussalam. ISBN 9960897427. Archived from the original on 15 December 2012. Retrieved 4 February 2013.