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    Arabic Lut. Described as a prophet, righteous man, inhabitant of the city of Sodom, and, according to tradition, a nephew of Abraham . Lot was sent as a prophet to Sodom and Gomorrah to warn of punishment for their sins. When Sodom was destroyed for its wickedness, exemplified by sexual perversity, Lot and his family alone were saved, except for his wife, who lagged behind. Biblical events such as Lot's impregnation of his two daughters and his wife's turning into a pillar of salt are not recorded in the Quran.

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