In Islam, the last prophet is believed to be Muhammad, who lived in the 7th century in Arabia. Muhammad is considered the final prophet in a line of prophets that stretches back to Adam, the first human being. According to Islamic tradition, Muhammad received revelations from God through the angel Gabriel, and these revelations were later recorded in the Quran, the central religious text of Islam.
Muhammad is considered the founder of Islam and is revered by Muslims around the world as a model of moral and spiritual conduct. His teachings and actions, as recorded in the Hadith (sayings and actions of Muhammad), serve as a guide for Muslims on how to live a righteous and faithful life.
Muhammad is also considered to be a prophet in the Abrahamic tradition, which includes Judaism and Christianity. However, his status as the last prophet is a central belief in Islam, and it is believed that there will be no more prophets after Muhammad.