Last prophet
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The term Last Prophet is used in religious contexts to refer to the last person through whom God
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 speaks, after which there is to be no other.
The phrase, Last Prophet, is used primarily in Islam
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, where it refers to Muhammad
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, whom Muslims hold to be the final prophet in the monotheistic Abrahamic tradition.