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Prophet Sulaiman AS inherited from his father, Prophet Dawud AS the prophethood and kingdom. He was the third king of Isreal and he ruled the kingdom for 700 years. He asked to Allah for a kingdom that will never occur to nobody else, and Allah SWT granted his dua’. Prophet Sulaiman AS also was granted with a lot of the great miracles such as he had the power to control the wind for a distance of a month and the power to control the devils from the Jinn. In addition, Allah SWT also taught him the language of birds and he could understand what the animals speak. Allah SWT had gathered unto Sulaiman AS with the armies from mankind, the Jinn and the birds. They were all set in battle order and gathered in one place. One day, when he was inspecting his army, he noticed the absence of one bird called Hudhud …show more content…
He asked where the Hudhud is because he surely will punish him severely if he keeps absent without a good reason. Shortly thereafter, Hudhud came back and brought knowledge where Prophet Sulaiman does not know. Hudhud told Prophet Sulaiman AS that he had flown over the city of Saba (Sheba). He saw a beautiful woman named Bilqis ruling over the people there. She had everything around her such as plenty of wealth, a strong army and a throne made of gold, diamonds and other precious

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