The story of Prophet Ibrahim being thrown into the fire is recounted in the Quran, the holy book of Islam, and is considered a significant event in his life. He used lived in a society that worshipped idols. He tried to convince his people to worship the one true Allah (Lord of all), but they rejected his message. His people, including the king, Nimrod (according to narrations), were furious with him and decided to punish him by throwing him into a large fire.
Prophet Ibrahim was tied up and thrown into the fire, but Allah saved him miraculously. When he was in the midst of the flames, he prayed to (with the attached Dua) Allah to protect him, saying “Hasbunallah wa ni’mal wakeel” (which means “Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs”). Allah then commanded the fire to become cool and peaceful, and Prophet Ibrahim was saved from harm. This event is mentioned in the Quran.
This event is considered a miraculous intervention by Allah, and it demonstrates Prophet Ibrahim’s unwavering faith and trust in Allah. The dua / prayer that he made is a powerful expression of reliance on Allah and is excellent for all Muslims to use in times of hardship or difficulty. It serves as a reminder that Allah is the ultimate protector and that those who trust in Him will never be let down. https://tinyurl.com/2p9hhfa3