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Yahya (Peace be upon Him) was the son of Prophet Zakariyya (Peace be upon Him). His birth was a miracle because he was born of a barren mother and an aged father. He was mentioned in the chapters of the Qur’an such as Surah Ale Imran, Anam, Maryam and Anbiya. Among all the heavenly scholars and the prophets of the Bani Israel, prophet Yahya (Peace be upon Him) was one of the most magnificent prophets.
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