Moses is known as an Abrahamic prophet. He was a great emancipator of the Jewish people from Egypt's oppression. He was the one to deliver the Ten Commandments to the Human race and to teach them God's mercy and justice. He was the one to whom God talked. But because of his beliefs and deeds for his nation Moses was doomed to 40 years of vagrancy in the wilderness.

He never saw the Promised Land; he never knew the delight of harmony and peace. After 40 years spent in the desert, Moses died in loneliness. For sure, his sacrifice was not forgotten. Now even children know the story of his loyalty and manhood, while his name is eternalized not only in minds of the Jewish people, whose ancestors were saved by Moses' sacrifice (Judaism), but also in such prevalent religions as Christianity and Islam.