Ibrāhīm (Arabic: إبراهيم), or Abrāhām, known as Ibrāhīm al-Khalīl, is the second of Ulu l-'Azm prophets. Abraham was selected as a prophet in Transoxiana, and invited Nimrod, the ruler of his time, and people of the region to monotheism. A few accepted his call, and since he was disappointed of their faith, he immigrated to Palestine.
Abraham in fire, by Mahmud Farshchiyan
|Name inthe Qur'an:||Ibrahim|
|Name in the Bible:||Abraham|
|Burial place:||Hebron (al-Khalil), Palestine|
|Well known Relatives:||Ishmael, Isaac, Sarah, Hagar, Tarah, Azar|
|Miracle(s):||Four birds of Abraham, Cooling of fire|
|Contemporary Prophet:||Lot (a)|