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In the name of Allah, the most merciful and the most gracious. May I be forgiven if I commit a sin even asking this question.

I read somewhere that there is a difference between Messengers (Rasuls) and Prophets (Nabis). A Messenger is apparently someone who receives new Sharia from Allah, and the Prophet is someone who can only guide his people to the ways of the previous Messenger. If so, can there be a new Prophet after Muhammad (PBUH)? Is there explicit mention of this issue in the Quran?

Again, I could be completely wrong, so please forgive me if I am.

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Verse (33:40) Muhammad is not the father of [any] one of your men, but [he is] the Messenger of Allah and last of the prophets. And ever is Allah , of all things, Knowing.

What else you want to prove that prophet Muhammad S.A.W. is the last Messenger.

Allaho-Akber: see the ayah, it say, ... he is a RASOOL of Allah and seal to the Nabiyeen.

  • this answer lacks an important component: proof of that "seal of the " means "last". – qdinar May 17 at 6:48
  • Bro look the meaning of KHATAMA, if you can understand Arabic. – Ali Adravi May 17 at 16:24
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NO their will be no neither any prophets after Muhammad,because Allah said that that is the last prophet in the world and Allah swear at prophet Muhammad S.A.W every time say S.A.W when you hear the name of all the prophets including MUHAMMAD S.A.W.

  Thank you 

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