The Prophet Hud’s story& People in Aad

The Prophet Hud's story& People in Aad. Sending Hud (A.S) to the people of Ad (Kaum-e-Aad or Qaum e Aad). The wind-tossed hills between Yemen and Oman were home to this people.

The Prophet Hud’s Tale

The Prophet Hud’s story& People in Aad. Sending Hud (A.S) to the people of Ad (Kaum-e-Aad or Qaum e Aad). The wind-tossed hills between Yemen and Oman were home to this people. These were extremely wealthy, well-built people who took great pride in their position of authority. They had received everything from Allah (SWT), including children and an abundance of livestock, horses, camels, and other animals.

In addition to knowing and worshipping Allah, the people of Ad also worshipped a variety of other gods that they had created with their own hands. Allah (SWT) forbids SHIRK, or the worship of Allah in addition to something or someone else.

They had been proud of their palatial construction. They didn’t think about dying at all, or care about Allah. With pride and stubbornness, they looked across the planet and realised they had been the strongest people there.

The Prophet Hud AS’s (Prophet Eber) Story

They heard Hazrat Hud A.S. (Prophet Eber) say, “O my people, worship Allah; you have no other gods but him.” You certainly don’t do anything but make up stories. What happened to your contemplating? Giving a dog a bone will make him remember you forever, make him your slave, and prevent him from ever leaving your side—but you let your creator to offer others. Have you ever witnessed an animal or hen sacrificially bowing down to a human being? Still, his people had never once considered Allah or the Day of Judgement. So how would he respond to him? that they could tell him that there was a problem with him.

The Quran’s Narrative


Here is a quick synopsis of Hud’s story, focusing on two specific verses:

The people of ϿĀd were immensely affluent and powerful, and they demonstrated their might by erecting numerous monuments and buildings[19]. Riches, however, finally proved to be the downfall of the ʿĀd people, who got haughty, abandoned God, and started to worship idols, especially three named Samd, Samud, and Hara.[11] Even as a little child, Hud consistently prayed to God. Exegesis tells us that Hud’s mother was the only one to support him in his worship; she was a devout woman who had witnessed amazing visions when her son was born.[20] For this reason, the Lord anointed Hud as a prophet to the ʿĀd people.[20]

Upon Hud’s sermon, the ʿĀd people started to despise him and cruelly started to mock God’s word. He asked them to worship only the true God and advised them to repent of their previous transgressions and seek mercy and forgiveness. The prophet is sent to his people to instruct them to worship God alone and to recognise that God is the source of their blessings. Hud’s story embodies this prophetic cycle, which was prevalent among the early prophets described in the Quran.[9] According to the Quran[3]:[20]

Aad’s citizens are punished

Even the cessation of the rain did not cause them to recognise Allah, even though he had given them plenty of opportunity to get to know him. Prophet Hud (A.S.) cautioned them that this rain was not a rain cloud but rather a cloud with wind, and that there would be Azaab (punishment) on this wind. After receiving this information from Allah, Prophet Hud (A.S.) followed Allah’s instructions and left the city with his followers. This wind started to pick up speed; it changed so fast that it started dragging people along with it as well as everything that happened to be in its path. These were the same people who formerly asserted that no one could possibly be more powerful than them. They were flying in the air, hitting each other with a thud.

PLEASE SAVE US ALL FROM HIS AZAAB. Allah sends his Rehmat onto every prophet (AMEEN). All glory to Allah.

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