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Height of Prophets?

Posted 21 July 2009 - 01:10 AM (#1) User is offline   psedopod 

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hi, i was surfing the net, and i came across pictues of graves or prophets (PBUT) They were very, VERY long. I was wondering, were they actually that tall in those days? thank you
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Posted 21 July 2009 - 01:25 AM (#2) User is offline   shez1983 

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yes I have heard that Prophet Adam (as) was very tall, and then slowly slowly people started getting shorter to what we are now.. incidentally why is it that when people were taller, they had LONG life but not for us short people? they are TALL AND GET to live a long life.. not fair..
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Posted 22 July 2009 - 02:51 AM (#3) User is offline   MuslmmahXX 

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Yeah Ive also heard that In the time of the prophet sulalaahu alayhi wasalaam tehy were much taller than we are today.

so human beings have shrunk as time went on.....:w00t:

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Posted 23 July 2009 - 11:31 AM (#4) User is offline   blm2007 

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People living in those days were very tall,healthy and strong and they also used to have a long life.It's just the rule of nature or maybe of Allah, that day by day the lifetime would come short and so the size of people.So it's natural and we have to admit it.
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