Youshay is a Hebrew/Arabic version of Joshua or Yehoshua. Youshay means, “one who is invincible and brings salvation to others”. It’s a synonym for superhero. It originates from Yusha (Yiddish/Slavic language roots).
He later accompanied Moses when he ascended biblical Mount Sinai to commune with God,10
visualize God's plan for the Israelite tabernacle and receive the Ten Commandments. Joshua was with Moses when he descended from the mountain.
According to Joshua 1:1-9, God appointed Joshua to succeed Moses as leader of the Israelites along with giving him a blessing of invincibility during his lifetime (Joshua 1:5).1415
The first part of the book of Joshua covers the period when he led the conquest of Canaan.
يُوشَعُ is Arabic word for this name.
Youshay is a common prophet among all Abrahamic religions and Judaism, Christianity and Islam belief in his divine status.
The traditional Muslim commentary al-Jalalayn says, "Ahmad b. Hanbal
reported in his Musnad, the following
hadīth, 'The sun was never detained for any human, except for Joshua during those days in which he marched towards the Holy House of Jerusalem
Most modern Bibles translate Hebrews 4:8–10 to identify Jesus as a better Joshua, as Joshua led Israel into the rest of Canaan, but Jesus leads the people of God into "God's rest". Among the early Church Fathers, Joshua is considered a form of Jesus Christ.47
He is Youshay. He is invincible and source of salvation for all humans. He guides them towards safety, peace and prosperity.