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This is a summarization of events during the end of time, and I would like to know what everyone thinks about it as well as what suggestions some may have for it. In essence, it is a composition of as many ahadith as possible, into one long, comprehensive summary:

Events During the End of Time:


WORLD WARS I & II

A few decades after 1300 years of the Hijra, the Greek King wants to wage a war against the entire world and Allah commands the war for that man. Then the non-Arab leader lets the Turks and the Romans invade until they control the whole area from the valley of Antioch (in Turkey) up to Mount Carmel in Palestine at the pasture field of the city of Acre in Palestine. Then Allah raises up the reign of Muslim kings who are partially unjust, upon which the reign of tyrannical rule appears. Two decades later, a man whose name is associated with a cat name from the German lands, appears as a scourge on the Romans, and is known as a “Great Leader”. He starts to bother people and wants to hold control over the world. He then wages war against the entire world, both the warm and cold lands. Then, after years filled with severe war fires, he meets Allah’s punishment and is killed as the Russians’ mystery.


CONFLICTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

The Turks then sweep down against the Arabs, and the Muslims begin to fight against the Jews. At this time, the Jews master the world, ruling al-Aqsa and the holy city of Jerusalem. Then a senior member of the Hashimites is killed. Five or six or seven or eight decades after 1300 of the Hijra, a man called “Nasser” from the Makhzum tribe rules Egypt. Arabs call him “succa-ul Arab” (the “brave of the Arabs.”) Allah disgraces him twice, once in a war, and then in another one. That “Nasser” can never attain victory. After Nasser, Allah makes a dark-colored non-Arab, whose father is more enlightened than himself, the leader of the Egyptian people and the Arab nation. Allah then grants Egypt victory in the most beloved month of Allah, but their leader makes an agreement with the thieves of the Masjid al-Aqsa.

Following this is the halting of the Euphrates. Then there is rioting in the month of Shawwall. Then during the Hajj, people pay pilgrimage without an Imam leading them. At this time a man seeks refuge in Mecca, and the people come down to Mina and they are entwined just the way dogs entwine and tribes attack each other to such an extent that legs are buried in lakes of blood. The man who sought refuge is then killed and soon after the inhabitants of Egypt kill their leader along with his commanders. After him, a tall, Egyptian man descending from the Umayyad tribe with broad shoulders and a flattened nose, takes power in Egypt. He becomes powerful and destroys those who oppose him.

Then there is talks of war in the month of Zhul-Qidah and then the breakout of war in the month of Zhul-Hijjah, in which a nation / tribe comes forth from the Farsi (Iranian) direction, saying, “You Arabs! You have been too zealous! If you don’t give them their due rights, nobody will have alliance with you… It must be given to them one day and to you the following day and mutual promises must be kept…” They go up the mountainous region of Mutekh as the Muslims are coming down to the (Iranian) plain while the polytheists are standing on the bank of a black river called (Rakabeh) on the other side. There’s a war between them and Allah deprives both armies of a victory. Following this, there comes the massacre and carnage in Zhul-Hijjah and again the plundering of pilgrims in Zhul-Hijjah and streets are even not possible to cross because of blood shed and religious prohibitions are violated. Big sins are committed near the Ka’bah.

Then a cruel man appears in Iraq, which is located in the Damascus region. This man, with a slight injury in his eye, is a Sufyaani whose name is Saddam and is confrontational against his opponents. He enters the wasteland region of small Kut because he was deceived, and consequently, war breaks out there, in a country smaller than the end bone of the spinal cord. The Romans and the Franks then gather their forces together against Saddam in the wasteland region of small Kut with Egypt for that country’s sake, as if it is the richest nation in the world for which the world has gathered to feast around. There is no good in that Sufyaani except with Islam and he is both good and bad. The leader of that small country then surrenders his banner to the leader of all evil from the furthest of western shores. Then the beginning of the end as that small country wails to the entire world to come to its aid. The leader of that country soon regains his throne and Iraq is destroyed in that confrontation at the end of time, bringing ruin to Basra. Following Iraq’s destruction, the non-Arabs sanction Iraq, causing its people to receive neither food nor money and the Nile River begins to dry up.

Then there is a peace agreement in Jerusalem. People then prosper until the 95th year (1995), that is, their business prospers. In the 97th (1997) and the 99th (1999) years, their possessions go to waste. At this time, the Muslims have an abundance of wealth in gold and silver. They are as numerous as the foam of the sea is, seen wherever the eye can reach. However, they are also extremely belittled, weak and helpless, having been overtaken by the love of this world and the fear of death. Then, 2 twin towers burn from the middle and crumble on the 9th month of the new century and the enemy nations subsequently invite each other to attack the Muslims as hungry people invite one another for food and there is a series of battles in (Afghanistan), between the Roman forces and the Mujahideen. They continually fight the Romans until the last of them fights behind the Mahdi.


WORLD WAR III

Then there is a war with Saddam in which the son of a previous ruler that invaded Iraq rules and conquers Iraq and that is the beginning of World War III. In the aftermath of this invasion, 3 groups of people appear in Iraq. One group fights and kills. Another group joins the pillagers, and they are sinners. The last group is the innocent people in Iraq, who seek shelter in Syria, leaving their families behind. Soon after, the Romans, causing its people to receive neither money nor grain, sanction Syria. During this time, wealth is shared only among the rich with no benefit to the poor. The markets become stilled and business becomes stagnant, resulting in a decrease in earnings to the extent that everyone complains, saying, “I cannot sell, buy or earn anything.”

Under such circumstances, the power held by the Umayyad ruler of Egypt is taken from him, as tribulation, conflict, and revolution become legion. Then the Turks invade Turkey through Armenia. The Romans, allied with Byzantium, then assist the Byzantine (Turkey) ruler against the invading Turks and the two sides fight against each other, during which time the Romans unite under one leader. With these wars and the loss of wealth, trade and roads between nations are cut while strife among people grows to an extent, which causes those in the lands of Iraq, al-Sham and Egypt to withhold their currencies. All currencies become worthless except for gold and silver and no Arab household escapes this affliction. Then the severe trials and tribulations for the Muslims begin. Their rulers (loyal to the Romans) cause them severe trouble in such a way that there is no comfort for Muslims anywhere. These cruel ones frighten even the silent and submissive, apart from those who obey them. There is no home which strife does not enter, and no Muslim who is untouched by it. This continues until the Mahdi becomes the Caliph. When this affliction happens, the possessions of the deposed Egyptian ruler disappear and he then angrily flees to the Romans, who then accept him and honor him. At this point, he begins to enlist the Romans against the people of Islam.

Then, two or three decades after the year/decade of the Hijra 1400, the Khalifatullah (deputy of Allah), Imam Sayyid Muhammad/Ahmad son of Abdullah, the Mahdi (“Rightly-Guided One”), is inspired with special wisdom, knowledge and guidance between the age of 30 and 40, and preparations are made for him in one night to carry out his task successfully. Through Allah’s inspiration, his knowledge and forbearance become greater than that of anyone else’s at that time, with his knowledge of Islamic jurisprudence being the equivalent to that of 10 scholars. Allah assures him of his goal and importance, and through him, begins the restoration of Islam, with the Qur’an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad. He occupies himself with worship at night, and is reclusive during the day. From his recluse, the Mahdi sends the Yemeni from Sanaa, descending from the Quraysh tribe, who forms a battalion of 3,000 men wearing different colored clothes and carrying yellow banners to fight against the Turks in al-Sham. The Yemeni then fights the Turks in al-Sham, defeats them, uproots them and takes what they have from spoils and money and conquers Palestine. Consequently the Jews’ mastery of the world through them comes to an end.

Then, 20 months after the deposed Egyptian leader fled, he returns with the Romans' ships and invades Egypt through Alexandria. The people of Egypt then ask the people of Al-Sham for help. Then the Muslims from al-Sham, in assisting Egypt, battle fiercely against the invading Romans in Alexandria. After exerting a tremendous effort, the Muslims defeat the Romans. After their defeat in Alexandria, the Romans amass another large army that disembarks in (Jaffa) and advances 10 miles into Palestine for a counter-attack against the Muslims. The Palestinian people seek refuge with their children in the mountains, while the battalion of Muslims fights the Romans, defeats them and kills the old king of the Romans. After their king is killed, the Romans then choose his son to be their new king. As the new king of the Romans, he then sends an army by sea with 1,000 ships to Acre in Palestine, where they meet the Muslims and fight against them. The Muslims prepare a detachment for fighting to the death, vowing not to return unless victorious. They fight until darkness intervenes. Both sides return without being victorious and both are wiped out. The Muslims again prepare a detachment for fighting unto death so that they may not return unless victorious. When it is the fourth day, a new detachment from the small remnant of the Muslims is prepared and Allah decrees for the enemy to be routed. They fight such a fight the like of which has not been seen, so fierce that even if a bird were to pass their flanks, it would fall down dead before reaching the other end. There is such a large scale massacre that when counting is done, only 1 out of 100 men related to one another is found alive.

With the defeat of the Romans in Palestine, the Turks also defeat them in Turkey. After succeeding against the Romans, the Turks then run over Istanbul, and occupy it. The ruler of (Turkey) then flees to Bilad al-Sham, seeking help with the first Sufyaani in Syria whose name is al-Azhar ibn al-Kalbiyyah. He has thin arms and legs with a long neck and a very pale complexion. On him can be seen the sign of worship. The Romans then ask for reconciliation with the Muslims, and an agreement is made between the Muslim leaders in al-Sham (including the Yemeni and the first Sufyaani), and the king of the Romans, which is mediated by an Israelite, descending from Prophet Aaron, when the Mahdi is 40 years old. This agreement is upheld for seven years. The Romans with the Arab Muslims then wage war against the Turks and their allies. Among these, would possibly be North Korea through South Korea and India through Pakistan, gaining victory in both invasions. The Muslims with the Romans then invade the lands of the Turks behind Istanbul, gain victory and split the war acquisitions. Afterward, they then return to Istanbul, and make a joint-conquest of it from the Turks. Then the Muslims and the Romans invade Kufa in Iraq causing devastation to it. Finally, the Romans with the Muslims invade Persia (Iran). They conquer the Kerman region in Iran from the Turks, and the Muslims capture their women, children and wealth. Having gained victory against the Turks, the Muslims and the Romans alight in a plain surrounded by hills there.

The Romans say, “Split with us the war spoils like we did.”

So, the Muslims split with the Romans the war spoils and the children of the polytheists.

The Romans then say, “Split what you got of the Muslim children.”

The Muslims say, “We cannot split with you the children of Muslims based on our religion, but take from the rest of the things.”

In response, the Romans say, “We will not take except from everything. Because of the cross, victory was gained, and in the name of the cross we won.”

On hearing this, a person from the Muslim army assaults him and says, “No. Islam was victorious and because of Islam victory was gained.”

Then a Christian from the Romans erects a cross and subsequently, a Muslim man goes and breaks it. As a result of this incident, the Romans leave angry and when they reach their king, they tell him, “The Arabs deceived us and withheld from us what we are entitled to and they broke our Cross and killed some of us.” Upon hearing this, their king becomes very angry and reconciles with the Turks and other nations, forming an alliance against the Muslims. Soon after, the Romans come against the Muslims to fight them under 12 banners, with 12,000 fighters under each banner, and besiege the Muslims in Turkey. During this battle, the Yemeni leader is killed along with 70 of his commanders on the same day. 1/3 of the Muslims in the battle are killed, 1/3 of the Muslims flee, and 1/3 of the Muslims remain and continue fighting. Of the third that flee, 1/3 of them join the Romans saying, “If Allah had anything to do with this religion, he would have supported the Muslims”, 1/3 of them say, “We'd better go back to the lands of our parents” and they are the Bedouins. The last 1/3 of them say, “al-Sham is ominous like its name sounds” and they leave al-Sham. Victory is withheld from the Muslims, and the Romans take control of Istanbul, and drive them out from their locations.

The remaining Muslims then assemble in Bayt Al-Maqdis (Jerusalem) and give allegiance to the first Sufyaani. The first Sufyaani with his armies then confronts the Romans in al-Sham, and they say to him, “We have learned that you detest fighting us. Give us those who are originally from us and go back to your land”. However, the first Sufyaani decides to fight them instead, which lasts for 40 days.

The Romans then say, "We will keep fighting you until you bring out to us every one among you whose origin is not from you."

So the first Sufyaani, after not receiving the support from Muslims in other regions, reconciles with the Romans and says, “Here they are. They have heard what you are saying. You know better what to do.” And so neither party owes the other one anything.

In response, the Roman Muslims become angry and then come out and say, "May Allah forbid that we should go back to Kufr (unbelief) after Al-Islam!"

The Roman Muslims then give allegiance to a man from among themselves and separate themselves from the Arabs. The Arabs decide to retreat to Medina, until their furthest outpost is at As-Sarh and Khyber. The Romans then invade and conquer all of al-Sham, except for Damascus, where the first Sufyaani is, who they had reconciled with, and the Ma'taq Mountain near Homs (in Syria) where the Muslims keep their children. The Romans then declare, “The Cross has won.” At this time, the Turks then invade and conquer (Northern Iraq), until they reach the shores of the Euphrates, from which their horses then drink. The Turks are then able to go freely around (Northern Iraq) and no one is able to do anything about them. Meanwhile, the Muslims continue to fight against the Romans, with the Arabs fighting the Romans in al-Sham from one side, while the non-Arabs fight the Romans from the other side and Allah descends victory on those Muslims against the Romans, pushing them further back into al-Sham. During this time, a person would wake up in the morning as believer and by the evening become a disbeliever and vice versa, until people are divided into 2 factions: a faction of faith without hypocrisy and a faction of hypocrisy without faith.


THE RISE OF THE COMET FROM THE EAST

At this point, a comet with a luminous tail known as “Horn Zu-Shifa” rises from the east in the month of Safar, illuminating all places like the illumination of the moon in a full-moon night, traveling at 3 or 7 day intervals. Then, between the months of Jumada and Rajab, it flips in the horizon and completes its passage in the month of Ramadan. During its passage, the Turks are decimated by lightning as the Earth begins to shift, causing the Earth to be hit by a cataclysmic earthquake, decimating the Abyssinians at the end of World War III. Allah then afflicts the Turks in (Northern Iraq) with a deadly plague and none of them survives it except one man. The passage also causes massive flooding over the entire world. The flooding ruins Basra and then the Euphrates River overflows and floods Kufa, ruining it. Then a flood comes upon the people of Syria, which disperses their groups in such a way, that if foxes attacked they would be beaten. The passage is then followed by darkness in the sky and a brand new redness unlike the usual color of red spreading over the sky.

The Nile River dries up thereafter, and then there comes to the people of Egypt a document from the east that is read out to them as: “From the slave of Allah, ‘Abdullah, Amir al-Mu’minin,”. Soon after, another document coming from the west, which is read out to them as: “From the slave of Allah, ‘Abdul-Rahman, Amir al-Mu’minin,”. Then 7 black banners come from the East, led by a non-Arab named ‘Abdullah, who calls for the rule of the Hashemites. Under each banner, there is one man seeking the Kingdom. They conquer al-Sham and kill the Arabs in a way that has never before been done by a nation. They then enter Egypt and the people of Egypt fight them near al-Qantarah, but are defeated. The 7 black banners then expel the Arabs far away from the land of Egypt and the land of al-Sham, causing the destruction of the Arab kings and humiliation of the Arabs. Soon after, the 7 black banners begin to differ with each other and then a man named ‘Abdul-Rahman from Fahr, who is a descendant of the Ahl ul-Bayt (Household of the Prophet), gathers an army of 12-15,000 men in northwest Africa and their password is - ‘Die, die.’ They carry 3 yellow banners and go on an expedition against the people of the east. The 2 armies then gather against each other in the canal of Egypt and the people of the East under ‘Abdullah and the people of the West under ‘Abdul-Rahman fight each other for seven (days or months). ‘Abdullah’s forces are then defeated to the extent that the forces of ‘Abdul-Rahman land in al-Ramla (in Palestine).

With ‘Abdul-Rahman and his yellow banners in Palestine, a man from the Romans in Andalusia, called Dhul-‘Urf, gathers a great assembly of the tribes of polytheism against the Muslims. Those Muslims who are in Andalusia realize that they have no power to face them, so the people with the means to do so, flee in ships and cross to Tangier in Morocco. The weaker people remain behind, who do not have any ships in which they can cross. So Allah sends them a mountain goat to make a path for them across the sea. The mountain goat crosses over with the water not even covering its hooves. The people see it and say: “The mountain goat! The mountain goat! Follow it!” So the people all cross over, following its traces, and then the sea goes back to how it was. The Romans from Andalusia then cross over in ships, and when the people of northwest Africa see them, they flee from northwest Africa along with those Muslims who had been in Andalusia, until they enter al-Fustat in Egypt. The Romans from Andalusia then invade and conquer northwest Africa, until they settle in the area between Marbut and the Pyramids, at a distance of 60 miles from them. They fill that area with evil, and conquer Alexandria, along with the rest of Egypt. The battalion of the Muslims then go out to face them on the bridge, and Allah gives them victory so they defeat the Romans, killing them up to Libya, to the distance of 10 nights’ journey. The people of al-Fustat then make use of their cattle and their tools for seven years thereafter. Dhul-‘Urf escapes from death and he has with him a document that he does not read until he is defeated. He finds in it the mention of Islam, and that he is ordered to enter into Islam. So he requests for safety for himself and for those of his companions who came with him who accepted to enter Islam. He then enters Islam and becomes one of the Muslims.

‘Abdul-Rahman’s forces in Palestine then enter the mosque in Damascus and while they are looking at its marvels, there is a land tremor, causing the western part of the Masjid to collapse and a land collapse in a village called Harasta (near Damascus). Then the first Sufyaani comes out from the drought valley of al-Mandarun in Jordan, east of Baysan (Beit She’an), on a red camel and wearing a crown, with an army carrying red banners. The people of Syria give their allegiance to him, and he fights the people of the east, defeating them from Palestine until they settle at Marj al-Saffar. Then they fight again, and the people of the east are defeated until they settle at Marj al-Thaniyah. Then they fight again, and the people of the east are defeated until they come to al-Hiss. Then they fight again, and the people of the east are defeated until they reach the ruined city (Busayrah). Then they fight again, and the people of the east are defeated until they end up at Dur-Kurigalzu (in Iraq). Then they fight again, and the people of the east are defeated. The first Sufyaani then captures all of their wealth. ‘Abdullah dies 4 years later. The yellow banners from northwest Africa then settle in Jordan, at which point their ruler (‘Abdul-Rahman) dies, 8 months after leaving northwest Africa. So they split into 3 groups; one group that returns to northwest Africa, one group that goes on Hajj, and one group that stays. The first Sufyaani fights and defeats the third group, so they enter his obedience. The group that returns to northwest Africa then elect a new successor after him who is a weak leader. He also fights and defeats the united community of Muslims twice.

After this, an abscess develops in the first Sufyaani’s throat. Then he enters Kufa in the morning and leaves it in the afternoon accompanied by his armies, and upon returning to Syria he dies. Then a man of the Qais tribe from the people of (Northern Syria) fights the Romans from Damascus, so the Romans begin their siege on Damascus against him and his forces. The people of the east, upon hearing of the first Sufyaani’s death, say: “Gone is the state of the people of Syria!” and begin to revolt. Then the ‘Abqa appears in Egypt, taking control of it and ruling it as a tyrant.

In the next year, a man comes from (Ethiopia) called Asbis, who has gathered a great assembly. So the Muslims flee from them, going out from Aswan, until there is no Muslim remaining there or around there except that he has entered al-Fustat. So Asbis and his army come in their ships, heading for al-Fustat, and they set out until they settle at Manaf, at a distance of 12 miles from al-Fustat, and they take from it what they wish, saying: “We will never find a treasure better than this!” Then they go back, and the Muslims follow their trail until they catch up to them. Then the banner of the Muslims goes out to face them, and Allah grants the Muslims victory over them. The Muslims then kill them and throw them into the lowest part of the earth, while taking the rest prisoner.


REIGN OF THE SUFYAANI

In the 39th year (2018 CE/1439 H or 2039 CE/1461 H?), after being besieged for several months, the Romans finally defeat and kill the Qaisite along with those who are with him in Damascus. The Romans and the Turks then begin amassing their armies in Syria. When this happens, 3 banners appear in al-Sham, vying for control of it, each being lead by a son of a previous ruler. One banner is that of the second Sufyaani, one is that of the Ashhab (gray one), and one is that of the Abqa’ (spotted one). The second Sufyaani, whose name is ‘Abdullah son of Yazid son of al-Kalbiyyah, and whose mother is from the tribe of Kalb appears between Ta’if and Medina. He is a dry-eyed man with strong arms, a large head with a flat, pockmarked and distorted face, with his eyes having white spots in them, and being inwardly set deep in his eye sockets. He has 3 staffs in his hand and anyone whom he strikes with them dies. He assembles a battalion and comes out in a dry valley in Syria with 360 riders, until he reaches Damascus. There, the second Sufyaani fights against the occupying armies of the Turks and Romans in Syria and kills them all in the Syrian town of (Busayrah) until the foxes in the land satisfy their hunger from the flesh of the Turks and the Romans. Then he begins to overrun and seize control of Syria, by killing people. The situation deteriorates so much that the second Sufyaani tours the Masjid in Damascus with a woman, and when he sits at the pulpit, she comes near him and sits in his lap. A man gets up and says, “Woe to you! You have turned to apostasy after faith because this is illegal!” The second Sufyani then gets up and beheads that person and then begins to do the same to all others who disagree with him. He then starts destroying mosques, madrassas, and punishing those who bow and prostrate themselves in prayer. At the same time elsewhere in al-Sham, Ibn al-Hakam the Ashhab (gray one), also appears, seeking to rule al-Sham by piety, calmness and dignity, and some give him allegiance and support him. Then the Abqa’ (spotted one) enters al-Sham with his armies to forcefully gain control of al-Sham. When the armies of the Abqa' approach, the second Sufyaani’s forces defeat them and those that remain return to Egypt with the Abqa’. The people of Syria then give allegiance to the second Sufyaani. He then hears about the revolt of the people of the east, and goes out with an assembly of soldiers under his flag to Iraq to fight them.

Then there is a great battle between them, killing 100,000 people in the city of Az-Zawra, located between the Tigris and the Euphrates. After a month, 30,000 from the tribe of Kalb in Iraq follow the second Sufyaani and join his army. They consist of grim-faced, hard-hearted men who oppress everyone and they are among the wickedest people Allah created. The forces of the second Sufyaani then move on to Kufa and pillage it for 3 days, killing 60,000 people of the descendants of the Prophet to the point where he kills children and rips open women. Others are taken prisoner, including the Mahdi and his companion the Hashemite, who is a young man named al-Harith son of Hirrath descending from the Hashim clan of the Quraysh tribe with a mark in the palm of his right hand. The second Sufyaani then stays there for 8 nights, dividing the spoils and then returns to Syria. In retaliation the tribe of Qais wages war against him and these people are the honorable servants of Allah. During this war, the Mahdi and the Hashemite escape from capture into Afghanistan, where the Mahdi has the Hashemite form his army. The tribe of Qais is then defeated, and the second Sufyaani’s armies slaughter them in the Iraqi town of al-Hirah. A group of them escapes to Afghanistan and then the riders of the second Sufyaani come against the dwellers of (Afghanistan), demanding them. Then the Hashemite comes from Afghanistan, against the forces of the second Sufyaani. Mighty men with long hair and beards lead his army with black banners. Their surnames are taken from the names of their hometowns and their first names are from a “Kunya”. Among them is the Mahdi and at their front is the Mansoor (“Victor” - one who is victorious), who is a dark youth of medium stature named Shuayb son of Salih from the town of Rey, and descending from the tribe of Tamim. This is the army of the Mahdi. Their clothes are white and their turbans are black. They engage the forces of the second Sufyaani at the Gate of Estakhr (in Southern Iran). Between them there is a tremendously fierce battle and the black banners win, however, the riders escape back to Iraq. The people of Khorasan, after suffering from the battle at the Gate of Istakhr, wish for the Mahdi out of necessity, and then begin seeking him. Then, in the middle of the month of Ramadan, on a Friday morning, there is a powerful, hammering sound from the sky in al-Sham. The sound awakens one who is asleep, and brings the young women out of their rooms. It then causes death to 70,000 people and deafness to another 70,000 people. Those who seek refuge with Allah, falling down in prostration to him, survive.

Then, later in that month, there are two tremors and in their aftermath, the Euphrates River dries up, revealing a mountain of gold and silver. In the month of Shawwal, the people begin to fight over it, and 99 out of 100 of them die in the process, with everyone among them saying that perhaps he will be the one to survive and thus gain possession of the gold. Then there is a great assembly for battle in Syria near the Euphrates river in the month of Zhul-Qidah between the armies of the second Sufyaani, the Ashhab and the Abqa’, where they gather to fight each other over the Euphrates’ treasure. 7 out of every 9 of them are killed in the process, and neither the second Sufyaani, nor the Ashhab, nor the Abqa’ are able to attain the treasure. Shuayb son of Salih then marches a battalion from (Afghanistan) carrying 3 black banners; under which are 5,000 warriors ready to give their allegiance to the Mahdi when he appears. Every land they pass over, they conquer. From Afghanistan, they go to Kufa and restore what is in the hands of the second Sufyaani’s companions to the captured people of Kufa and kill the second Sufyaani’s companions there. The black banners then settle in Kufa and begin to prepare the minds of Muslims to accept the Mahdi when he comes and pave the way for his rise as the Caliph. The people then find the Turks in (Northern Iraq) dead and come back saying “Allah has caused them to perish and eliminated your enemy and none of them remained, all of them perished.” The leader of the small country then fights the army of the Mahdi, and his nation is again threatened with destruction because its leader is the cause of its corruption.

Then, in the month of Zhul-Hijjah, the freed Hashemites from Kufa (including the Mahdi) then flee to Medina. An army of the second Sufyaani then goes to Medina in pursuit of them, and pillages Medina for 3 days. A great battle is fought at Ahjar Al Zayt—The Stone of Oil—between the army of the second Sufyaani and the Muslims in Medina in which the people of Medina suffer and those who escape flee to Mecca, (amongst whom is the Mahdi). Several men from the Quraysh escape to Istanbul. The second Sufyaani then sends to the king of the Romans who returns those escapees to him. He then slits their throats together with their followers and hangs them at the gate of Damascus. The forces of the second Sufyaani then go to Mecca and kill the purified soul and his sibling from among the Hashemites, and crucify them at the gate of the Masjid in Mecca, and then return to Medina. When this occurs, those in Heaven and on Earth become angry. Then 7 men from Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Saudi Arabia begin their search for the Mahdi. At night during the Hajj, when the 7 men meet in Mecca, they ask one another, “What brought you here?” and each replies, saying, “In search of the man upon whose hand the trials will be calmed, and for whom Istanbul will be opened. We know him by his name, his father's name, his mother's name, and his army.” So the 7 men send their followers to search for the Mahdi in Mecca and when they find him, they ask him, “Are you Muhammad, son of Abdullah?” However he is overcome by the implications (preferring not to make himself public) and through sincere humility, he says, “No, I am a man from his supporters.” He then leaves Mecca and goes to Medina. The followers then return to their knowledgeable leaders and describe the man they had met whereupon they confirm that he was the person they were searching for, saying, “The one whom you seek was in your company, and he will go to Medina.” However, by this time the Mahdi had already left for Medina, so they then go to Medina to look for him but he has already returned to Mecca.

Upon their return to Mecca they search for him again but this time when they find him they tell him that he is indeed Muhammad, son of Abdullah and inform him of his mother’s name and of his signs. Yet again, the Mahdi tells them that he is not the one they seek, saying, “I am not your companion.” He then returns to Medina. The followers go to Medina again but once more he has returned to Mecca. They return to Mecca, catching up with him whilst he is standing beside Al Rukn and say to him, “Our sins will be upon you and our blood upon your neck if you do not stretch out your hand so that we may pledge our allegiance! The army of the Sufyaani is coming demanding us in which there is a man from Jurm (in Afghanistan).” So the Mahdi humbly sits between Al Rukn and Al Makam and receives their allegiance while he dislikes it. They then lead him by the hand towards the Hajare Aswad, where people formally pledge their allegiance to him as the Caliph. This pledge takes place in front of The Holy Ka’bah, between the Hajare Aswad and the Maqaame Ibraheem, during or just after the days of Hajj or in the month of Muharram. Initially the number of people to take the bay ‘at pledge of allegiance at his hands that night are 313, which is the same number of Sahabah that took part in the Battle of Badr. At this time when he is appointed as the Caliph, the Mahdi is between 50 and 60 years old. He is tall with a fair complexion, having a broad forehead and an aquiline nose, with a mole on his right cheek, and wearing 2 woolen, white Qutwani cloaks with frayed edges. At this time Allah sows love of him in their chests and he begins to lead a nation that are like lions during the day but worshippers at night.


CALIPHATE OF THE MAHDI

Year 1 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

The Mahdi then emerges as the new Caliph in the 40th year. From Iraq, Shuayb, son of Salih gives his allegiance to the Mahdi. Muslims from Iraq, Yemen and Tunisia also give him their allegiance and go to join him. When the second Sufyaani hears of the Mahdi, he immediately dispatches an army towards Mecca where the Mahdi is. An enormous earthquake then destroys this army when it reaches Baidaa; a place just after Zhul-Hulaifa, on the way to Mecca, and the army is subsequently swallowed up into the ground. First the rear of the army is devastated, and when those in front go back to see what had happened, they too meet the same fate. All but two members of this army perish, and these sole survivors take back the news of this disaster to the second Sufyaani. However, the second Sufyaani, upon hearing the news, remains undeterred. When the story of Divine Help being granted to the Mahdi spreads throughout the Muslim world, 300+ of the Abdaals of Syria come to give their allegiance to the Mahdi and join his ranks. Similarly, other Muslim armies from Medina and elsewhere will also come to Mecca and offer their support and allegiance to the Mahdi.

In the month of Safar, with people’s allegiance split between the Mahdi in Mecca, the second Sufyaani and the Ashhab; the son of Al-Hakam, in al-Sham, and the Abqa’ in Egypt, the Kindite al-A'raj becomes angry and takes power in northwest Africa, deposing the weak leader after his 2 year reign, and heads towards those vying for kingship in Al-Sham with army battalions carrying yellow flags. His army comes to Egypt, kills the Abqa' and destroys Egypt severely. Then, he sends an expedition to Mecca to attack the Mahdi, and this expedition is defeated. Then the Nujaba come from the dwellers of Egypt to give their allegiance to the Mahdi. The Imam then leaves Mecca for Medina, where he offers salaam at the Rowzha Mubarak (The Grave of The Messenger of Allah Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Then the Mahdi comes out under the Banner of the Prophet made from a marked woolen black square that would not have been unfolded since the time of Prophet Muhammad. The Mahdi then prays two units of prayer and when he finishes his prayer he goes to the people and says: “O people, continuous trials came to the nation of Muhammad especially to the Family of his House, and we have been conquered and wronged.”

Then, after the fighting between them, the army of the Mahdi captures the leader of the tiny country. The Mahdi orders his execution, and the tiny country then returns to the Muslims. Soon after, the Mahdi sends his army of black flags in Iraq to engage the forces of the second Sufyaani in Syria. The black banners continue to defeat the companions of the second Sufyaani until they reach Jerusalem. Upon reaching Jerusalem; they erect their flags and plant them firmly in the ground and a group of them tie their horse leashes to the Olive Trees between Beit-Lahia in Gaza, Palestine and Harasta (near Damascus, Syria). Then the Mansoor goes to the House of Jerusalem where he establishes his power for the Mahdi. He is then supplied with 300 men from Syria after his arrival. The second Sufyaani’s forces are then defeated in Tiberias, Palestine and this battle becomes known as the “Battle of Kalb”. The Muslim fighters under the Mahdi then capture the second Sufyaani and execute him under a tree, the branches of which grow in the direction of Lake Tiberias. The tribe of Kalb suffers the same fate and Syria is thus liberated from the tyrannical rule of the second Sufyaani. Upon releasing Syria from the oppressive rule of the second Sufyaani, the Caliph then sends his forces to Antioch to rest. This all happens within the beginning-middle of the Mahdi’s first year as the Muslim caliphate, and his capital would be in Medina. Afterwards, he regroups his forces in Syria, and prepares to engage the rest of the tyrants of al-Sham.


Years 2-5 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

The Mahdi then becomes the supreme leader and reformer of the Muslim Ummah, and he continues to fight against tyranny, oppression and injustice in the region. After taking control of Syria and Palestine and restoring it to the Muslims, they move onto the rest of Bilad al-Sham. First, they fight against the Ashhab (gray one), and he is defeated. The Mahdi’s army then proceeds to enter Egypt (which, at this point, is in ruins), and fight the Kindite al-A’raj’s army. The Kindite al-A’raj and his army is then defeated, and the Mahdi’s black flag army conquers Egypt. Under the Mahdi, the city of Jerusalem flourishes, and the Temple Mount (Bayt al-Maqduis/Masjid al-Aqsa) is repaired and rebuilt. The rest of al-Sham is then reconstructed.


Year 6 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

Soon after Egypt is regained, the Mahdi migrates from Medina to Jerusalem, and makes it the new capital of the Caliphate. Then he guides the people to a mountain in Syria (Sion/Mount Hermon) from, which he brings out the volumes of the Torah from a town called Antioch to refute the Jews. At the hands of the Mahdi, the Ark of the Covenant is brought forth at Lake Tiberias and is carried and placed before him in Jerusalem. When the Jews see it, they become Muslim except for a few of them, and there is an oath of allegiance in Jerusalem. Shu’ayb son of Salih then, after completing his task of establishing the Mahdi’s power, hands over his army to him. The remaining Jews leave, and later become followers of the Dajjal.

With the Mahdi’s Caliphate now in Jerusalem, the people from the city of the Prophet (Medina) move to Jerusalem, leaving Medina to become the shelter of savage people. The Romans, under their king, then begin amassing their army in Amuq. The Mahdi, sends a battalion of mujahideen (Muslim fighters), from among the best people on earth, to engage them. When the two groups encounter each other face to face at Amuq and arrange themselves in ranks, the Romans say: “Do not stand between us and those (Muslims) who took prisoners from among us. Let us fight them”. The Muslims refuse, saying: “By Allah, We will never hand over our Muslim brothers” thus triggering off a fierce battle with the Romans. The Muslims defeat the Romans in such a defeat that has never been heard of before and they kill the king of the Romans. Then whoever of the Romans left by sea returns and joins whoever from them fled by land. They choose the son of their killed king to be their new king, when he is 12 years old. He ages in a year as a boy ages in ten years and is beloved by the Romans. His name is “Tabara” and he is a ruthless warrior.

He stands up among them and says, “For how long will we allow these people to overcome us in part of our own land? I will certainly go out and fight them until I overcome them in the lands they have taken, or they overcome me in what remains under my feet.”

So the speakers stand up in agreement and one of them says to him, “We shall relieve you of the Arabs.”

Soon after, Tabara sends out to the islands and the lands, ordering them to build ships, and he amasses armies with troops in much larger numbers than the two previous kings to set sail on them. The Romans, together with the rest of the world, start to gather their forces against the Mahdi on Mount Megiddo and Amuq for nine months. During these nine months, the Mahdi directs his attention eastwards, towards Iraq and Iran, where he wages two campaigns, initiated by the Dajjal, one against the Arabs (in Iraq) that shall not recognize him, and one against the Persians of Iran that shall not recognize him, and conquers the mountain of al-Daylam in Iran. Also during these nine months, the Romans attack those Arabs who reside in their land, until not a single Arab man, woman or child remains in their land but that they are killed or have hardships that befall them.

The Mahdi then amasses an army in Damascus and leaves until they reach al-Ghutah valley near Damascus and Antakya, across from where the Romans are gathering. The Mahdi then appeals to the people of al-Sham for help and also sends a message to the East; “We are confronted with an enemy who has no less than 70 commanders and their light reaches the sky.” A call is then made in the east, “O people! Enter al-Sham because that is the best refuge for you and your Imam is also there.” That day, the best possessions of a Muslim are vehicles, which they board to go to al-Sham and Mules upon which they ride. They reach al-Sham and then an appeal for help is made to the people of Yemen. So 70,000 young Yemenis from Aden ride out on camels, armed with swords and declare, “We are loyal servants of Allah. Neither have we come out for a worldly reward nor the spoils of war but only for Islam.” They all reach the Mahdi at Amuq. Then, after these 9 months have passed, Tabara goes out with 70,000 ships. They disembark in the valley of Antioch and then he sets his ships on fire. Every Christian present in (Southern Iraq) and al-Sham raises the cross and says, “O Christians! Help Christianity!” The people of Egypt leave Egypt, and the people of al-Sham leave al-Sham, and they all go to the Arabian Peninsula.


"ARMAGEDDON"

Years 7-12 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

The following seventh year of the Mahdi, 960,000 soldiers are assembled, surrounding him, under 80 flags with 12,000 soldiers under each flag. All the nations of the world come by sea and air to join the fight against the Mahdi, except those in the land of extreme cold and the land of extreme heat. And there also comes out against him the Queen of the world and deception, an adulteress called America, who incites the world to deviation and infidelity, to lead them. At this time, the Muslims are gathering their armed forces in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, forming a huge battalion. The navy of the Muslims at this time has 4 contingents; the Eastern camp led by the Hashemite, the Western camp in northwest Africa, the camp of al-Sham and the camp of Hijaz. The Muslims are unified to such an extent as if they are sons of one father. Then the Great War (Armageddon) begins at the end of the seventh year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate. Steel strikes against steel. A Muslim would strike an infidel with an iron spear and rip him apart into two pieces, even though the infidel is wearing protective armor. They fight for 2 months, and during the war, a third of the Muslim army flees, and Allah will never accept their repentance, and causes them to be swallowed up into the ground. A third are slain, including Shu’ayb ibn Salih, and they are the noblest martyrs in the Sight of Allah. The surviving third remain and continue fighting. Support armies then arrive to help the Romans. Allah then becomes angry and says, “O Gabriel, help my worshippers!” and Angel Gabriel descends with 100,000 angels. Allah then says, “O Michael, help my worshippers!” and Angel Michael descends with 200,000 angels. Then Allah says, “O Israfeel, help my worshippers!” and Angel Israfeel, descends with 300,000 angels. With this, Allah descends His victory on the remaining Muslims who never suffer defeat thereafter, and Allah descends His wrath on the Romans. The Romans are then defeated and killed, along with their boy king; Tabara, with arrows shot from Khurasani bows on the banks of the Euphrates River, that go through the body and with a sword that slices up. The Muslims shed so much blood that horses move about in it. Allah helps the eastern camp, and 999,000 infidels are killed with the full number of their killed only being known from their graves. This decimation utterly shatters the morale of the Romans and they lose all hope of ruling the world anymore. A third of the Romans then defect and embrace Islam. The remaining Romans flee the battlefield dishonored and disgraced. Thus by Allah’s will, the Mahdi smashes the might of the anti-Muslim, disbelieving forces in that period - forces, which had come together from all parts of the world. The Mahdi then sends a portion of the eastern camp to invade India. Under the Hashemite, they conquer India, and capture its kings, who had come against the Mahdi.

Then pressing forward against the defeated Romans, the remaining Muslims then follow them, fight them and kill them in every mountain or plain until the remaining Romans enter Istanbul. From Syria, the Mahdi dispatches 70,000 soldiers of the clan of the Israel from the al-Sham camp to re-conquer Istanbul (Constantinople). They move northward, bound for Turkey, to engage the Turks and the remaining Romans. The Muslims reach the ruins of Amorium and the Romans there offer to pay the Jizya (penalty tax) in exchange for security. The Muslims accept this offer and proceed forward towards Istanbul. They reach the Istanbul strait and the water expands making it difficult to reach the city. So, in the morning, the Romans in Istanbul say, “The Cross expanded our sea and Christ supported us.” However, in the next morning, the Mahdi plants a banner as he washes himself for the Morning Prayer and the sea parts with the waters withdrawing from him. The Romans find that the strait has dried up and that the sea is receding away from Istanbul. The Mahdi then walks through the opened path over to the other side. Then, he plants another banner there and says: “O' men, learn from this. The sea has given way to us in the same way it did for the people of Israel.” Then, the Muslim armies all utter the Takbeer and besiege the city on a Friday night by chanting Tahmeed (“Alhamdulillah”), Takbeer (“Allahu Akbar”) and Tahleel until the morning. At dawn, the Muslims say one Takbeer, and what is between the two towers, collapses. On seeing this, the Romans say, “We were fighting the Arabs, but now we are fighting our God and God has destroyed for them our city.” The Muslims say "Allahu Akbar" (God is Greater) at one side of the city. The wall collapses, so the Muslims enter and conquer Istanbul thereafter, grabbing the booties of war and gold. 1/3 of Istanbul is destroyed, Allah burns 1/3 of it, and the Muslims divide among themselves the wealth found in the remaining 1/3. The Muezzins of the Muslims then establish the five times daily athaan throughout the city and the Mahdi sets up the structure for his rule, appoints people to govern there and most importantly, makes arrangements for the implementation of Islamic law. From this conquest the Muslims recover a great treasure of ‘Gold’ and ‘Gems’. However the Muslims are too grieved to enjoy it as most of their comrades were slain in the battles. From there the Muslims enter the king’s palace and the Mahdi stays there for 3 years, 4 months and 10 days, 1 year of which the Muslims spend building masjids.

The forces of the Mahdi then continue onwards, invading and conquering East and West against all the nations that had come out against them, and are able to conquer any city or fort in 3 days or less. The conquerors of Istanbul march on and invade the enemy territories of the Romans. From Istanbul, they move to a city called “Qadad Maria” and conquer it. As the Mahdi and his men busy themselves capturing and rounding up these vast riches a rumor spreads that “the Dajjal has broken loose in Syria and is wreaking havoc among your families.” This news is very disturbing to the Imam, and so consequently, he sends 10 horsemen to ascertain the truth. One of them reports that the whole story is false. The Dajjal has not yet emerged. This was a lie fabricated by Shaitaan (Satan) to try and disrupt the progress of the Muslims.

Meanwhile, in the tenth year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate, Allah commands the sky to withhold a 1/3 of its rain, and the earth to withhold a third 1/3 of its produce. In the following eleventh year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate, Allah commands the sky to withhold 2/3 of its rain, and the earth to withhold 2/3 of its produce. In the year after that, in the twelfth year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate, Allah commands the sky to withhold all of its rain, and it doesn’t rain a single drop of rain. He commands the earth to withhold all of its produce, and no plants grow. All animals, be they hoofed or toothed, die as a result, except that which Allah wills. As a result, the people are stricken by a great famine. The drought causes Lake Tiberias to dry up; China to become desolate, and causes hunger to the cities of Mecca and Medina. The people of Mecca then leave, and only a few people pass through it.

During this same year, the Muslims from the Hijaz camp make boats with the rope of dates from ‘Baysan’ (in Israel) and wood from Lebanon. Then they set sail in 1000 boats from Acre and the wind is made subservient to them like it was made for King David and King Solomon. The Hijaz camp then reaches Rome along with the western camp, and when they encamp outside it, the grand monk who is a man of letters (learned man) comes to them and asks, “Where is your leader?” So he is brought to the Mahdi and it is said to him, “Here he is”. The grand monk then sits with the Mahdi and discusses the attributes of Allah, the attributes of the angels, details of Heaven and Hell, Prophet Adam and other Prophets. Upon reaching and listening to the answers on the topic of Prophet Musa and Prophet ‘Eyssa, the grand monk declares, “I testify that your religion is the religion of Allah and His Prophets, and Allah is not satisfied with any other religion”.

The grand monk then asks, “Do the inhabitants of Heaven eat and drink?”

The Mahdi answers, “Yes they do”

Upon hearing this, the grand monk goes down in prostration and says, “I have no other religion besides this and Prophet Moses was also of this religion. Allah revealed this religion upon Moses and Jesus. Also the attribute of your Prophet is mentioned in the Gospel of Paraclete that he will ride a ‘Red She-Camel’ and you (Muslims) are the rulers of this city (Rome). Allow me to go to my people and invite them to Islam, because the hour of punishment is near them.”

So he goes to them and upon reaching the city center, shouts at the top of his voice “O Romans! The children of Ishmael son of Abraham have come to you, and they are mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel. Their Prophet rode a ‘Red She Camel’. So accept their invitation and obey them.” A group of Romans accept this invitation and the monk sends them to the Muslims. The rest of the Romans become angry and run towards the monk and murder him.

Then the Mahdi stands up to address the Romans and says, “O people! The monk was martyred!” Then the Muslims raise four shouts of, “Allahu Akbar!” and Allah sends fire from the sky that is like a ‘Pillar of Steel’. The fire reaches the center of the city and 600,000 Romans are killed. The Muslims then shout “Laa ilaha ilial-laahu wallahu Akbar” and parts of the city collapse upon the Takbeer and Tahleel of these warriors. They simply walk over the city and by the twelfth year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate, they successfully conquer Rome without the use of a single weapon. The Muslims then recover the treasures and relics of Rome, including the table spread of the people of Israel, the staff of Prophet Musa, the pulpit of Prophet Sulayman, as well as 2 sacks of ‘Manna’ that was sent to the people of Israel. This ‘Manna’ is, at this point, whiter than milk. The Muslims then invade a city called “Qaatay” and after conquering ‘Qaatay’ they return to Jerusalem with their treasures and relics.

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APPEARANCE OF THE DAJJAL

Years 13-14 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

Seven months after the conquest of Rome, in the thirteenth year of the Mahdi’s Caliphate, after he returns to Jerusalem, the great imposter, al-Massih ad-Dajjal (“The False Messiah”/False Prophet/‘Antichrist’), whose name is Abdullah son of Cayatid, emerges in a fit of rage from the East upon learning of the news of the Mahdi’s success from his spies. He is a young man with a ruddy complexion, who is short, fat, hen-toed, with twisted, cropped hair, crooked-legs and a blind eye, while the other eye has no pupil and looks like a floating grape. On his forehead the word “Kaffir” is written, which every Muslim, literate or illiterate, is able to read. From his island, he raises 3 tremendous shrieks, which is heard by everyone in the East and West. The Dajjal is then released and boards his gigantic white donkey, which has no tail and is made of iron and which has the ability to stay suspended in the air. The width between its ears is 60 feet and its single step is equal to 3 days journey. The donkey is bright, shiny, round like the Moon and 70,000 people are able to stand under it. The Dajjal rides this donkey and enters the seas like a person would enter a narrow passage riding upon a horse. He then arrives in Isfahan riding this donkey and sets himself up as a tyrannical king there by seizing control. In doing so, he is supported by 70,000 Jews from Isfahan, Iran wearing Persian Shawls and then also by 70,000 Tatars, with all of them carrying ‘blue helmets’.

He then comes out between Syria and Iraq, riding his donkey, and begins his campaign of mischief and corruption there. He remains to do his bidding for forty days, one day like a year, one like a month, one like a week, and the rest like regular days (which consequently cover the length of 428 normal days), bringing a great tribulation to the world. Like a cloud driven by the wind, he comes to a people and invites them to a wrong religion, saying, “I am a Prophet and there is no Prophet after me”. They affirm their faith in him and respond to him. He then gives a command to the sky and it rains upon the Earth, which causes crops to grow. Then in the evening, their pasturing animals come to them with their humps very high, their udders full of milk and their flanks distended. Then he gives praise and says, “I am your lord”. He then comes to another people and invites them, but they reject him so he goes away from them. They then experience more drought and all of their livestock die with nothing being left with them in the form of wealth. He then walks through the desert and says to it: “Bring forth your treasures”. The treasures come out and gather before him like a swarm of bees. Allah then sends with him devils that speak to the people. He then comes to a Bedouin and asks, “What do you think if I bring your father and mother back to life for you? Will you bear witness that I am your lord?” The Bedouin says, “Yes”, so two of these devils then assume the appearance of the Bedouin’s father and mother, and say to the Bedouin, “O my son, follow him for he is your lord.” The Dajjal then comes to another Bedouin and says, “Will you believe in me as your Lord if I bring your camel back to life?” and the Bedouin replies, “Yes”. So the Dajjal makes a figure for him like his camel, which has a beautiful odor and a large hump. Two angels resembling two Prophets, one on either side, accompany the Dajjal to test mankind. Hence, when the Dajjal asks, “Am I not your Lord? Do I not give life and death?” One of the angels replies, “You are a liar.” However, nobody is able to hear this reply besides the other angel. The second angel, addressing the first angel, says, “You are speaking the truth.” Everybody hears what this second angel said and thinks that an angel is testifying that the Dajjal is Allah, though in reality this second angel is only addressing the first, agreeing with his reply that the Dajjal is a liar. The Dajjal also cures those born blind by restoring their eyesight and cures the leapers.

As the Dajjal travels the world, he performs similar false miracles to mislead people into following him. His eyes cause tribulation for weak Muslims so the Muslims (along with the Arab Muslims who are few in number) then flee to the mountains seeking shelter from the Dajjal. He goes everywhere, conquering the world country-by-country, stronghold-by-stronghold, region-by-region and city-by-city, with no place escaping injury except Mecca and Medina, which Allah has forbidden to him. Under him, his Jewish followers again master the world. As he conquers the world, the Dajjal gains a large following, with large groups of those followers consisting of Bedouins, illegitimate people (those born outside of marriage) and women. On his approach to Medina, the Dajjal comes and climbs Uhud. From Uhud, he then looks at Medina and then says to his companions, “Do you not see that white palace? That is the mosque of Ahmad.” The Dajjal then comes to a pond in the Marriqanat valley near Medina and some of the people still in Medina go out to him. Most of those who go out to him are women to such an extent that a man goes to his mother-in-law, his mother, his daughter, his sister and his aunt, and ties them up strongly for fear that they will go out to the Dajjal. Then the Dajjal tries to enter Medina but finds on each of the 7 gateways of it an angel with an unsheathed sword, so he is unable to enter. He then comes upon the wasteland of Al-Jurf, and encamps there. Then he brings 2 flowing rivers, which he offers to the people. One appears to be pure water, which he calls “Paradise” and the other appears to be a flaming fire, which he calls “Hell”; but that flaming fire, which he calls “Hell” is pure water for those drink from it, and that pure water, which he calls “Paradise” is a flaming fire for those who drink from it.

The Dajjal then calls someone in the flush of youth, strikes him with the sword, cuts him into two pieces and makes these pieces lie at the distance, which is generally between the archer and his target. He then calls that young man and he comes forward laughing with his face gleaming with happiness. Then the Khidr sets out towards the Dajjal and encounters his guards at the encampment.

The guards ask the Khidr, “Where are you going?”

The Khidr replies, “I am going to the one who has appeared.”

They then ask him, “Don't you believe in our lord!?”

The Khidr then replies, “Our Lord has no secrecy.”

Then some of the guards say to the others, “Let us kill him!”

But the other guards say, “Hasn't your lord forbidden you to kill anyone without his order?”

So they take the Khidr to the Dajjal.

When the Khidr sees the Dajjal he calls out, “O people, this is the Dajjal who was mentioned by the Messenger of Allah!”

Upon this the Dajjal commands his guards to kill him, and inflate his back and stomach.

The Dajjal then asks the Khidr, “Do you still not believe in me?”

But the Khidr replies, “You are the Dajjal.”

Then the Dajjal orders him to be sawn in half, through his skull to the top of his legs. The Dajjal then says, “Look at this slave of mine, now I will resurrect him, but he will still claim that he has a Lord other than me.” The Dajjal then steps between the two parts of his body and addresses them, saying, “Rise up!” whereupon the Khidr is resurrected whole by Allah and stands up.

The Dajjal questions him again, asking, “Do you believe in me?”

But the Khidr answers, “I have only learned more about you!”

The Dajjal then asks him, “Who is your Lord?”

The Khidr answers, “My Lord is Allah, and you are the enemy of Allah. You are the Dajjal. By Allah, I have never been more sure of this than I am today.”

After that the Dajjal no longer has this power and the Khidr then turns to the people and says, “Now, he will be unable to do anything to anyone!”

So the Dajjal seizes him in order to kill him but Allah makes the Dajjal's neck, from its base upwards, to be as if it were made of brass and the Dajjal is then rendered incapable of killing him. Thereafter the Dajjal takes hold of the Khidr’s arms and legs and throws him. People think that the Dajjal has thrown him into the fire, but instead he has thrown into Paradise. The Khidr then becomes one of the greatest martyrs in rank before the Lord of the Worlds. The people then say, “Can anybody do something like this except the Lord?” Medina is then shaken by three tremors, after which every hypocrite leaves it to join the Dajjal, and it is thus cleansed of evil, as iron is cleansed of dross. That day comes to be known as “Yawm al-Khalas” (“The Day of Purification”). The attention of the Dajjal is then directed towards al-Sham where most of the Arab Muslims are concentrated, primarily in Bayt al-Maqduis in Jerusalem with the Mahdi. The Dajjal then begins to conquer al-Sham and the Mahdi along with several Muslims flee to Jabal al-Dukhan in Syria. The Dajjal with his followers then go and besiege them there. The group of Muslims being besieged is comprised of 800 men and 400 women, all of who are righteous.


RETURN OF THE MESSIAH

Year 14 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

The siege intensifies and the besieged Muslims suffer great hardship as a result. So, under the direction of the Mahdi, those Muslims begin to make preparations to fight the Dajjal and his armies that are besieging them. After the 40th day of the Dajjal, exactly at the time when the Mahdi has stepped forward to lead them in the Morning Prayer, the Messiah (“Anointed One”/”Christ”) ‘Eyssa (“Jesus”) son of Maryam (“Mary”) descends upon them near the white minaret in the eastern part of Damascus, Syria. He is of medium height, a ruddy-fair/brown complexion with lank hair and a broad chest, wearing two yellow garments, with his hands leaning on the arms of two angels. The hair of his head appears as though water was going to trickle down from it, whereas it is not wet. He calls the people at dawn, saying, “O people, what prevented you from coming out to fight this evil liar?” They answer, “He is a jinn.” Then they go out, and find Prophet ‘Eyssa who then joins their congregation for the Morning Prayer. As the congregation stands and lines up for the prayer, the Mahdi steps back, saying, “Step forward, O Spirit of Allah, and lead us in the prayer”, but Prophet ‘Eyssa, placing his hand between his two shoulders, says, “No, you should lead, for the congregation has assembled to follow you”. So, the Mahdi leads the Prayer.

After the salutation, Prophet ‘Eyssa says, “Open the gate”; so the gate is opened. Outside there is the Dajjal along with 70,000 of the armed Jews. Prophet ‘Eyssa then indicates with his hand to move away between him and the Dajjal. The Dajjal then sees Prophet ‘Eyssa. As the Dajjal looks at Prophet ‘Eyssa (upon whom be peace) he starts melting like salt in water. The Muslims then come down from the mountains and break loose on the Jewish armies of the Dajjal and an intense battle erupts, with the ensuing slaughter being unprecedented in history. During the battle, any disbeliever whom the air of Prophet ‘Eyssa’s breath reaches—and it reaches up to the last limit of his sight—falls down dead. Under the Mahdi, the Muslims then kill the remainder of the Jewish armies of the Dajjal to such an extent that those Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and that stone or tree would say, “Muslim/servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him”. However the Gharqad trees won’t say, for it is the tree of the Jews. The Dajjal then flees and Prophet ‘Eyssa pursues the Dajjal on a horse, with two flexible swords and one shield with him. Prophet ‘Eyssa then overtakes him at the eastern gate of Hudd, near the mountain pass of Afiq, and then says to him, “I shall strike you a blow which will not let you live.” and then kills him. Prophet ‘Eyssa then goes and shows the blood of the Dajjal on his spear to the Muslims. Then Prophet ‘Eyssa pursues the remaining armed Jews that followed the Dajjal until the trees and the stones, and even the Gharqad trees, cry out to him, “O Spirit of Allah, here is a Jew hiding behind me.” Allah then causes the remaining followers of the Dajjal to be routed until the walls and the roots of the trees call out, “O believer, here is a disbeliever hidden behind me: come and kill him.” None are left from among the followers of the Dajjal, whom Prophet ‘Eyssa and the armies of the Mahdi do not kill. That day becomes known as the ‘Day of Salvation’. Allah then throws down on the unbelievers a disastrous punishment, burning their lands and seas and skies. The sky then rains down a harmful shower, and the people of the Earth start cursing the infidels as a result. This marks the end of the Great War (“Armageddon”). At this same time, a group of Muslims that Allah had protected from the Dajjal, return from their conquest of India, with its kings chained, and find Prophet ‘Eyssa in Syria. They come to Prophet ‘Eyssa and he wipes their faces and informs them of their ranks in Paradise, and a congregation is then held for Prophet ‘Eyssa for the Prayer. The people then return to their respective countries while one group of Muslims remains in Prophet ‘Eyssa’s service and companionship. Prophet ‘Eyssa then goes out to encamp at Rawha, and pronounce Talbiyah for Hajj or for Umrah or for both (simultaneously as a Qarin).


Years 14-20 of the Mahdi's Caliphate:

After the slaying of the Dajjal and his armies, Prophet ‘Eyssa “breaks the cross” by calling everyone back to Islam and “kills the swine”. Allah then causes all communities to come to an end in his time except Islam and the earth becomes so filled with Muslims as a vessel is filled with water. The entire world then recites and follows one and the same Kalimah (word), adhering to the same religion (Islam), and none is worshipped except Allah. All war is brought to an end, and the jizyah is consequently abolished. The city of Mecca is then resettled and rebuilt. As the Caliph of the Muslims, the Mahdi then rules the entire world from its roots to its branches, for seven years with equity and justice.

During these seven years the people experience great economic enrichment. They live in such a state that no ill will and enmity exists between any two of them. There are no droughts and lands become exceptionally fertile. The earth yields crops in abundance and of the best quality. This rich agricultural state ensures a glut of money and food. In fact, so much that people who come to the Bayt-ul-Mal for assistance are given as much as they can take away. The hearts of people then become so independent of wealth and so dependent on Allah that when the Mahdi distributes so much wealth without count, sending a messenger saying: “Who is in need of wealth?” none except one man stands and says, “Me”. So that messenger says to him, “Go to the treasurer and tell him that the Mahdi orders you to give me wealth.” So he goes and says that to the treasurer, who then says to him, “Fill with your hands!” So then he puts it in his clothing then ties it. Then he becomes contrite and says, “I was the greediest among the nation of Muhammad”, and he then attempts to return it but it is not accepted, and it is then said to him, “We do not accept what we have given”. After these seven years, the great Imam, Sayyid Muhammad/Ahmad son of Abdullah, the Mahdi, passes away, dying a normal death in his bed, in (Bait al-Maqduis/Masjid al-Aqsa) between the age of 70 and 80. The Muslims then perform his funeral prayers, which Prophet ‘Eyssa leads, and then they bury him there. After the Mahdi passes away, the Messiah son of Maryam then becomes the Caliph of the Muslims. He rules in accordance with, and judges people by, the law of the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad. During his rule, he does not collect the Sadaqah, so no sheep or camels are collected.


RETURN OF GOG (YAJUJ) AND MAGOG (MAJUJ)

Soon after Prophet ‘Eyssa becomes the new Caliph, Allah reveals to him these words: “I have brought forth from among My servants such people against whom none will be able to fight; you take these people safely to Sinai”, and then Allah allows the 21 tribes of Yajuj (“Gog”) and Majuj (“Magog”) to break through their barrier and swarm down from every slope. They rush out in all directions, spreading corruption, uprooting plants, and killing people. The first of them passes the lake of Tiberias and drinks out of it and when the last of them passes, they say, “There was once water there”. As they start drinking all the water, the people entrench themselves in their fortresses. Yajuj and Majuj then come to Mount Khamr in Jerusalem and proclaim, “We have conquered the people of the earth and now we will annihilate those in the sky.” They then fire their arrows into the sky, which fall back to earth with something like blood on them. Yajuj and Majuj then say, “We have defeated the people of earth, and overcome the people of heaven.”

Prophet ‘Eyssa and his companions are then besieged by them at Mount Sinai, and they become so hard-pressed there that the head of an ox becomes dearer to them than 100 dinars. Prophet ‘Eyssa, and his companions then supplicate to Allah, who sends to the armies of Yajuj and Majuj insects, which attack their necks and in the morning they all perish as one single person. Prophet ‘Eyssa, and his companions, then come down from the mountain and they do not find on Earth as much space as a single span that is not filled with putrefaction and stench. Prophet ‘Eyssa, and his companions then beseech Allah who then sends birds whose necks are like those of Bactrian camels, which carry the corpses away and throw them where Allah wills. The beasts of the earth then become fattened and nourished from their flesh and blood.


PEACE

Then, the people burn the bows and arrows of Yajuj and Majuj for another 7 years. Then after those 7 years Allah sends rain, which no house of mud-bricks or tent of camelhair can keep out and it washes the Earth until it resembles a mirror. Then the Earth is told to bring forth its fruit and restore its blessing and, as a result thereof, there grows such a big pomegranate that a group of people are able to eat it and seek shelter under its skin. Also, the dairy cow gives so much milk that a whole party is able to drink it, the milking camel gives such a large quantity of milk that a whole tribe is able to drink from it, and the milking-sheep gives so much milk that a whole family is able to drink from it. During this time every harmful animal is made harmless to such an extent that a small boy is able to put his hand into a snake's mouth without being harmed, a small girl is able to make a lion run away from her, and a wolf goes among sheep as if he were a sheepdog. The earth becomes filled with peace as a container is filled with water. Another 7 years of peace will elapse, and then Prophet ‘Eyssa marries from the tribe of Judham, and later has children. Another 19 years of peace elapse, and then Prophet ‘Eyssa passes away and the Muslims perform his funeral prayers and bury him next to the Messenger of Allah; Prophet Muhammad, and his companions, Abu Bakr and ‘Umar.


DECAY OF SOCIETY

Following the death of Prophet ‘Eyssa, the people soon after fall into trials as a man from the Mahdi’s household who has both good and evil in him, but whose evil is more than his good, is given allegiance as the Caliph. He rules justly for a little while, then he begins to make the people angry, and calls them to division after their unity. He draws his sword against the people of Palestine, who then rise up against him. So, he seeks help from the people of Jordan, remaining among them for two months. Then, he draws his sword against them, and they also rise up against him. So, he leaves, fleeing Jordan, until he settles in Damascus. Then, 14 years after he became the Caliph, a man from his household rises up against him and kills him at a circular stone, 10 feet from the doorposts at the Bab al-Jabiyah (“Gate of Jupiter”) in Damascus, at the place of the moneychangers. Then the one who killed him is given allegiance as the Caliph and the Qais tribe rises up against him, so the people of Yemen kill them until one would think that no one from the Qais tribe is left alive. Then a man of noble repute from the people of Yemen stands up and says: “Fear Allah regarding your brothers! Fear Allah regarding those who are left!” Then, the remnants of the Qais tribe settle between the two rivers, where they assemble a great gathering, and appoint as their ruler a man from the east, descending from the Makhzum clan of the Quraysh tribe. The Makhzumi then comes out against the Caliph and fights the people of Yemen who support him fiercely between the two rivers. Allah then causes the Makhzumi to be defeated along with those who are with him. The people of the east and those with them become terrified at the sight of all of the dead bodies of the Makhzumi’s followers that have been thrown into the river, and they realize that they have been defeated. So the Caliph’s rider goes to Yemen, while they are camped between the two rivers, and Allah gives victory to the Caliph and those with him.


CALIPHATE OF THE MAKHZUMI:

Soon after, the Caliph dies a normal death after ruling for 9 years, and the remnants of the Qais tribe rejoice at his death. The Makhzumi then returns with the Qais tribe, goes forward to the people, and they give him their allegiance as the Caliph. He then rules them as the Caliph for 21 years. Of these 21 years, 15 years are ruled with justice, followed by 3 years of tyrannical rule, in which he makes the people commit kufr, by causing them to go out of their religion. These are then followed by 3 years of withholding wealth in which he does not give anyone a single dirham. During these 3 years, he withholds the people’s provision, and finds no one daring to object. Then he withholds people’s pensions, and again finds no one daring to object. By withholding the wealth, he and those with him then become so wealthy that the thinnest of them is as fat as the fattest of the rest of the Muslims. He then settles in Bayt al-Maqdis, where he and his companions become very immoral and disreputable. There he abolishes ways that were known, and innovates things that were unknown. Adultery is then openly committed, and wine is drunk in public. He intimidates the scholars until a man rides his horse and travels to a town and doesn’t find a single man that relates a hadith of knowledge. Islam becomes in his time something strange, as it was when it began. On that day, the one who holds onto his religion is like one grasping a burning coal. It reaches a point that he sends his women, accompanied by guards, to the markets, walking in sandals decorated with gold while wearing garments that neither cover them in the front nor in the back and no one dares object to it. If a man spoke a single word against that, he would be beheaded.


CALIPHATE OF THE MANSOOR (“VICTOR”):

The Makhzumi then drives the non-Arabs away, deep into the valleys. He then orders the expulsion of the tribes of Yemen: the Qudha’ah, the Mudhhaj, the Hamdan, the Himyar, al-Azd, the Ghassan, and all the other tribes, which are said to be from Yemen. He drives them out until they settle in the woods of Palestine, where groups of people from the tribes of Judays, Lakhm, Judham, and the people from those mountains bring them food and drink, providing relief for them, as Prophet Yusuf was a means of relieving his brothers. Then a caller from the sky, neither human nor jinn, announces, “Give the allegiance to so-and-so, and do not turn back on your heels after emigrating.” So they look, but they do not know who called. The caller announces it again three times. Then they give the allegiance to a Mansoor from Yemen, descending from the Prophet’s household, whose name is the name of a Prophet, and whose Kunya is the Kunya of a Prophet. He sends a delegation of ten men to the Makhzumi, who kills nine of them and leaves one. Then he sends five, and the Makhzumi kills four and lets one go. Then he sends three, and the Makhzumi kills two and leaves one. Then, after the last of the Qais tribe crosses the Euphrates, the Mansoor himself goes to the Makhzumi and meets him inside Jericho, Palestine, where he fights him and Allah makes the Mansoor victorious over him. Allah then causes the Makhzumi to be killed as well as those with him, and none escape except those who flee. The Mansoor then does not leave a single Qurayshi without killing him, so that if one were to look for a single Qurayshi he would not find one, as one might look for a man from Jurhum and similarly not find him. Likewise are the people of the Quraysh killed, until none of them are found afterward. The Mansoor is then given allegiance as the Caliph, and rules for 19 years, during which the people’s affairs are righted, and they enjoy a happy unity.


CALIPHATE OF THE MAWALI (“NON-ARAB”):

The Mansoor then dies, so the people of Yemen go back to their borders, and the Qais tribe to its borders. The non-Arabs become angry about that, and on that day, they comprise the majority of the people. So they say, “Come, let us appoint as our ruler a man from the people of the religion.” They then send a group from the people of Yemen, a group from Mudhar branch of the Adnanite Arab tribes, and a group from the non-Arabs to Bayt al-Maqdis, where they recite the Book of Allah and ask Allah to guide them to the correct choice. So, the non-Arabs return, having appointed as their ruler a man from among them, named Jahjah, as the Caliph. He then comes from the valleys where the non-Arabs are, and goes to the people of Mudhar, intending to fight them. Then Jahjah sends a man from the people of northwest Africa, heavily built and broad shouldered, who kills whoever he meets in battle, trampling the descendants of Isma'eel (Ishmael) like the cattle tramples the twigs, until he enters Bayt al-Maqdis. Soon after reaching Bayt al-Maqdis, he is injured by a horse and dies. The people then give Jahjah allegiance and he rules as the Caliph for 3 years, during which he banishes the descendants of the Qahtaan tribe and the descendants of Isma'eel (Ishmael) to the two cities of the treasures of the Arabs; Medina and Sanaa. Then Jahjah is killed and an accursed, evil man descending from the Mudhar Arabs, appears after him and is given allegiance as the Caliph. During his rule, he kills the righteous people. He lives long, becoming oppressive, and is heavily guarded towards the end of his time. At this time, the world is in the worst state that it has ever been.


CALIPHATE OF THE QAHTAANI:

Then the Qahtaani, whose name is Hisham and whose ears are pierced, appears from a town called Yakla’, a short distance behind Sanaa. He is the prince of Osab, descending from the tribe of Qahtaan in Yemen and who is rightly guided, living according to the example of the Mahdi. His father descends from the Quraysh and his mother descends from Yemen. He seizes control of the Caliphate from the Mudhari Caliph, taking away the authority of religion from the Quraysh tribe and restoring it to the Qahtaan tribe. He then rules the people as the Caliph for 20 years with great justice and piety, driving them with a stick. During his Caliphate, the believers begin to settle in al-Sham. Several more Caliphs succeed the Qahtaani thereafter while the people remain for a long time under a righteous rule.


RISING OF THE SUN FROM THE WEST AND THE APPEARANCE OF THE BEAST

As time goes by, disbelief starts to settle back into the hearts of the people. Then the beast - a mountain/rock that Allah commands to turn into a camel - emerges from the Earth in the furthest part of Yemen, and its mention spreads throughout the desert, but does not enter Mecca. Then the beast remains hidden for a long while after that and emerges again near Mecca. This time its mention spreads around the desert and into Mecca. Then it conceals itself again for a long time. Then Muquad from the tribe of Tamim is given allegiance as the Caliph. During his Caliphate, in the month of Zhul-Hijjah sometime after Eid-ul Adha, there is a night that is unusually long and those who engage themselves in worship during the night recognize it. So, under this condition, they stand in prayer and read a section of the Quran and then go to sleep. Thereafter, they wake up and continue to repeat the same process as long as the night lasts. As it continues, the long night causes much restlessness among the people with travelers becoming frustrated while children and adults are overtaken by extreme anxiety. Even the animals become restless during this long night. While this condition remains, the people begin to shout, scream and call one another, saying, “What is this?” With fear, they run to their mosques and resort to Taubah (“repentance”). After a length of 3 nights this night finally comes to an end, and to people’s surprise in the following morning, the Sun rises from the west, with its rays being extremely dull. At sunset, it then sets in the east, fulfilling the word against the unjust. When the people see it, they all begin to believe, but it does them no good to believe then if they didn’t before.

Seven days later, at the forenoon, while the people are in the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, the beast suddenly appears before them with the staff of Prophet Musa and the ring of Prophet Sulayman between the hills of Safa and Marwah, from a crack caused by an earthquake. It then proceeds towards the people in the area between Hajr-ul Aswad and Maqaam-ul Ibraheem, breathing loudly. The people, on seeing it, flee in all directions, except for one group of people who realize that they cannot escape from Allah. It approaches this group and illuminates their faces like shining stars. Thereafter it sets out and travels throughout the whole world at a great speed, speaking to mankind because they had no faith in the signs of Allah. Then, on that same day, when the sun, having risen from the west, reaches the middle of the sky, it returns, setting back in the west and its rising-setting locations return to normal thereafter. As the beast travels the world, no one is able to catch up to it or flee from it. With the staff of Prophet Musa, the beast marks the foreheads of the believers, stamping the word “Mu’min” (“Believer”) between their eyes, whereby their faces are made bright and luminous. With the ring of Prophet Sulayman, it breaks the noses the disbelievers, stamping the word “Kaffir” (“Disbeliever”) between their eyes, whereby their faces are blackened. A person would attempt to seek refuge from it in his prayer, but it comes to him from behind and says, “O so-and-so! Only now are you praying?” Then as the person turns to look, it marks him on his face then leaves him. Finally, the beast slaps Iblees whilst he is in prostration.

Thereafter, the believers then enjoy life on the Earth after that for 40 years. They do not wish for anything except that they are given it or find it. With the doors of repentance closed, the Hajj is abandoned and Islam becomes worn out like clothes are during this 40-year period, to the extent that eventually there is no one who knows what fasting, prayer, charity or rituals are. Then, in one night, the Qur’an disappears with no verse being left in the hearts of the people. Some groups of old people are then left who say, “We heard our fathers saying ‘La illaha illa Allah’, and so we repeat it”. During this time, the people talk to each other in their homes, accompany each other in their travels, and share their wealth, where the believer knows who is a disbeliever and a disbeliever knows who is a believer to such an extent that a disbeliever says, “O believer, pay back what you owe me.” And a believer says, “O disbeliever, pay back what you owe me.” During these 40 years, there is no tyranny, no injustice, and everything has submitted to the Lord of the worlds, willingly or unwillingly, until the predatory animal does not harm a beast or a bird, and the believer begets children and no one dies until the passing of this 40-year period.


END OF THE BELIEVERS

After the 40-year period passes, death returns to the people. Then the Smoke appears all over the world lasting for 40 days, which causes the believers to catch something similar to a slight cold, whereas the unbelievers are hit harder by it and fall unconscious. Soon after the smoke clears, Dhu’l-Suwayqatayn from Abyssinia (Ethiopia) emerges and comes against the Ka’bah. Then Caliph Muquad, at the head of a vanguard of between 700-800, goes out against him to stop him. While they are marching towards Dhu’l-Suwayqatayn, Allah sends a cold wind (The “Rapture”) from the direction of Syria with a fragrance like musk and with a touch like the touch of silk. It takes the soul of every believer with the slightest speck of good or faith in his heart and as a result, death rapidly increases among the believers until there isn't a single one left. Even if one of them were to enter the heart of a mountain, the wind would reach him there and take his soul. Only the disbelievers are left on the earth to witness the last hour. When all the believers’ souls are taken away, Dhu’l-Suwayqatayn then proceeds and strikes the Ka’bah with his spade and pickaxe, destroying the house stone by stone and then steals its treasure and Kiswah (cloth covering). The people then leave the city of Mecca again, and never return to it.


NEW ABYSSINIAN EMPIRE

The people of Abyssinia, now under the rule of Dhu’l-Suwayqatayn, then invade the world, seizing control and gaining supremacy, forming a new Abyssinian (Ethiopian) Empire, which comes to include all countries. Then, with all of the believers gone, the disbelievers say, “We were frightened of the believers before, but now there is not a single one of them left! And no repentance will be accepted from us!” So they then begin to copulate like donkeys in public to the point where one of them goes to his mother, sister or daughter while she passes through a crowd of men and lifts her undergarment as the tail of a she-lamb is lifted and engages in sexual intercourse with her in the middle of the street. He then stands up from her and another gets on top of her with no one objecting to it or preventing it. Seeing such a happening one of the men says, “It would have been better if you had engaged in intercourse with her in privacy behind a wall.” Such a man is as virtuous among those people as Abu Bakr and ‘Umar were the most righteous among the companions of the Prophet. Those people become as careless as birds, with the characteristics of beasts, while knowing no good or forbidding any evil. So things remain like that until there are no more children born out of marriage, and all of the people on earth are children of adultery and fornication, which lasts for as long as Allah wills and no one remains to say the name “Allah”.

Then, during the 40 years before the Day of Judgment, Allah causes all of the women's wombs to become barren. No woman is then able to give birth and there are no children born. Satan then comes to the people in the form of a man and says, “Don’t you respond?” They then ask, “What do you order us to do?” He then orders them to worship idols so they revert to the pre-Islamic days, worshipping Lat and Uzza, while the buttocks of the women of the tribe of Daus once again move while going around Dhi-al-Khalasa and the people again engage themselves in the worship of multiple gods. However, in spite of that, they have sustenance in abundance, and lead comfortable lives. A few decades later, there are landslides in 3 places; one in the east, one in the west and then one in Arabia at the end of which fire burns forth from the Yemen, and drives people from east and west to the place of their final assembly in al-Sham. Then the fire stops.


COMMENCEMENT OF THE DAY OF RESURRECTION:

After 100 years pass from when no one remains on the Earth who says “Allah” or worships him, and about 4-5 years after the Fire, the Day of Resurrection begins, occurring on a Friday. As people are busy in their chores, Angel Israfeel receives the command to blow the Soor (Trumpet). Initially its sound is very faint but gradually it becomes louder, eventually being heard by everyone everywhere at the same time, and there is nowhere to escape from it. As it grows louder people become increasingly terrified and fearful. Eventually, it becomes louder than thunder, causing a great convulsion. People flee from their homes out into the jungles in the hope of escaping from it while the animals of the jungle, which are also terrified of it, come into the living areas of the people to escape it. The people are then all struck dead by the sound along with all the creatures, large and small. With all of mankind destroyed, the Angel of Death then proceeds toward Shaytan (Iblees/Lucifer/Satan), who is running helter-skelter, because that life which he had requested from Allah has now finally come to an end. The Angels apprehend him, beat him up with fiery rods, and extract his soul. The extent of pain suffered by the Shaytan in his agonizing moments of death is the sum total of all the pain that was suffered by all of mankind during their respective moments of death. As the sound continues, it then destroys everything and causes the earth to split all over. The seas burst forth, covering the nearby mountains in water, and not before long the mountains too break up and the pieces thereof crash against each other, totally disintegrating. As the sound grows louder yet, the skies split and the heavenly bodies, the stars, the moon and the sun all crumble. After a period of six months of the soor being blown, no creation remains, except for the Arsh (Throne), the Kursi (Chair/Footstool), the Lowh (Tablet), the Qalam (Pen), Jahannah (Paradise), Jahannam (Hell), the Soor (Trumpet) and the souls, which lapse into a state of unconsciousness. Even the Angels are annihilated.

There is none alive at that time but the One and Only Allah the Almighty. He then says, “Limanil Mulkul Yaum” (“Whose is the Kingship today?” - Where are the oppressors, the arrogant)? Of course who is there to answer? He Himself then says, “Lillaahil Waahidil Qahhaar” (“Only that of Allah, the One and Only, the ever Dominating One.”) Then after a period known to Allah Alone, He once more recreates the Creation; the heavens, the Earth, and the Angels. Then Allah sends down rain like dew, and the bodies of the people grow out of it. Allah then brings Angel Israfeel to life again and the Command is then given to blow the Soor again. As soon as it is blown, all the angels, first and the last human beings, jinns and animals come to life again. The beloved of Allah, Prophet Muhammad is the first to come out of his blessed grave in such a manner that in his right hand is the hand of Abu Bakr and in his left hand is the hand of ‘Umar, followed by Prophet ‘Eyssa (as well as the other Prophets) and then the Ambiyaa, the martyrs, and the pious, who are then followed by the sinners and finally the disbelievers. The Prophet takes along with him all the Muslims to the Plain of Hashr (The Plain of Qiyaamah), located in al-Sham upon, which all others also assemble. The plain is a reddish, white land like a pure loaf of bread with no landmarks for anyone to make use of. There are no trees, mountains or seas left on the Earth at this time, and everything is on an even level with no ups or downs, hills or valleys. The Sun is lowered towards the people and is at a distance of only a mile overhead, causing people to drown in their own sweat according to their sins, and thus the sky would be appear like molten brass, cleft asunder. Allah gathers all of creation there for their reckoning on that day, the length of which is 50,000 years.

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It took me 5 minutes just to go thru the headings.

Well summarized ...Jazak Allah Khair..Bro ..can you let us know the source of it.


It is a composition from my site, which I made from ahadith, some of which I have accumulated on my website, while others I have taken from other sites, such as this one and this one. Other sources are from books that have been written on this subject, such as this one among others.

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It is quite inaccurate due to the use of weak hadiths

The signs:

1. The Abbasids (sunnites) will differ amongst themselves until they have nothing left. (Perhaps the arab spring?)
2. It will rain in Jumada Al thani till the earth is refreshed
3. Rajab, The rise of Al Sufyani from Demascus and war in the middle east between 3 banners in Ashamm
4. Ramadan, A blast or noise from the sky, a double eclipse and massive landslides
5. Shawal, turmoil and wars
6. Zul Qida, people will form groups in mecca
7. zul hujja, the groups will fight in mecca and blood will be spilled
8. Muharam, Imam Mahdi (as) official rise on the 10th of muharam

beginning of the 7 year rule

after 3.5 years, the Romans and zionists will break word and end peace treaty, start of 3 year war leading to battle of Armageddon

on the 7th year, and the 3rd year of war the dajjal personally appears for 37 days

battle of Armageddon commence

dajjal gets killed

zionist and dajjal followers go crazy as their long awaited messiah dies, trees and rocks call muslims to come and kill the disbelievers

end of jewish and christian fitna


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It is quite inaccurate due to the use of weak hadiths


Weakness can mean many things and from what I've seen, it is often based on technicalities, which, when talking about future events, can neither be here nor there, until its time of fulfillment comes to pass. The weak narrations have been included in the summary for the sake of completion, and to resolve certain ambiguities that arise from other, more authentic narrations. Unless there are other authentic narrations, which contradict this summary, then its measure of accuracy is only a matter of time. That is why the focus of the summary is on consistency, not accuracy.

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The signs:

1. The Abbasids (sunnites) will differ amongst themselves until they have nothing left. (Perhaps the arab spring?)
2. It will rain in Jumada Al thani till the earth is refreshed
3. Rajab, The rise of Al Sufyani from Demascus and war in the middle east between 3 banners in Ashamm
4. Ramadan, A blast or noise from the sky, a double eclipse and massive landslides
5. Shawal, turmoil and wars
6. Zul Qida, people will form groups in mecca
7. zul hujja, the groups will fight in mecca and blood will be spilled
8. Muharam, Imam Mahdi (as) official rise on the 10th of muharam

beginning of the 7 year rule

after 3.5 years, the Romans and zionists will break word and end peace treaty, start of 3 year war leading to battle of Armageddon

on the 7th year, and the 3rd year of war the dajjal personally appears for 37 days

battle of Armageddon commence

dajjal gets killed

zionist and dajjal followers go crazy as their long awaited messiah dies, trees and rocks call muslims to come and kill the disbelievers

end of jewish and christian fitna


Most of those signs I have included in the summary.

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It is quite inaccurate due to the use of weak hadiths

The signs:

1. The Abbasids (sunnites) will differ amongst themselves until they have nothing left. (Perhaps the arab spring?)
2. It will rain in Jumada Al thani till the earth is refreshed
3. Rajab, The rise of Al Sufyani from Demascus and war in the middle east between 3 banners in Ashamm
4. Ramadan, A blast or noise from the sky, a double eclipse and massive landslides
5. Shawal, turmoil and wars
6. Zul Qida, people will form groups in mecca
7. zul hujja, the groups will fight in mecca and blood will be spilled
8. Muharam, Imam Mahdi (as) official rise on the 10th of muharam

beginning of the 7 year rule

after 3.5 years, the Romans and zionists will break word and end peace treaty, start of 3 year war leading to battle of Armageddon

on the 7th year, and the 3rd year of war the dajjal personally appears for 37 days

battle of Armageddon commence

dajjal gets killed

zionist and dajjal followers go crazy as their long awaited messiah dies, trees and rocks call muslims to come and kill the disbelievers

end of jewish and christian fitna



the part in yellow will have to be re-examined due to this rare and prolific hadeeth

12373 وعن فيروز الديلمي قال : قال رسول الله - صلى الله عليه وسلم : " يكون في رمضان صوت " . قالوا : يا رسول الله ، في أوله أو في وسطه أو في آخره ؟ قال : " بل في النصف من رمضان ، إذا كانت ليلة النصف ليلة الجمعة يكون صوت من السماء يصعق له سبعون ألفا [ يخرس سبعون ألفا ، يعمى سبعون ألفا ] ويصم سبعون ألفا " . قالوا : يا رسول الله ، فمن السالم من أمتك ؟ قال : " من لزم بيته وتعوذ بالسجود وجهر بالتكبير لله . ثم يتبعه صوت آخر ، فالصوت الأول صوت جبريل والثاني صوت الشيطان ، فالصوت في رمضان ، والمعمعة في شوال ، وتميز القبائل في ذي القعدة ، ويغار على الحاج في ذي الحجة ، والمحرم وما المحرم ! أوله بلاء على أمتي وآخره فرج لأمتي ، الراحلة [ في ذلك الزمان ] بقتبها ينجو عليها المؤمن خير له من دسكرة تغل مائة ألف " .

رواه الطبراني ، وفيه عبد الوهاب بن الضحاك وهو متروك .



it will not be 10th of Muharrum....rather it appears to be somewhere twoards the end my brother....do the math ad bingo, you get a very facsinating date.... ;)
waAllaah'uA3lim

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I don't consider myself one.

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I don't consider myself one.

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Imam al-Baqir (‘a) also said: “Hadrat Qa’im (‘a) will stage the uprising on Saturday on the day of ‘Ashura’, the day when Imam Husayn (‘a) was martyred.” He (‘a) also said: “Do you know what day—’Ashura’—is this? It is the day when God accepted the repentance of Adam (Adam) and Hawwa (Eve); the day when God split the sea for the Children of Israel, drowned Pharaoh and his legion and made Musa (Moses) triumphant over Pharaoh; the day when Ibrahim (Abraham) was born; the day when God accepted the repentance of the people of Yunus (Jonah); the day when Hadrat ‘Isa was born; and the day when Hadrat Qa’im will stage the uprising.”

10th of Muharram ( Ashura ), 1434 = Saturday 24 November 2012 C.E

Brother ORG, you have only prolonged the timeline due to the use of weak hadiths that do not even fit in the time frame, but if you only use authentic hadiths then you will get a better timeframe that makes more sense.

Imam Mahdi (as) appearance will be announced in Ramadan, but his official uprise will begin in Muharam.

The Sufyani will continue to rule and fight against Imam Mahdi (as) until Rabi 1 or Rabi 2, that is 3 months after the rise of the Imam (as) in Muharam

please read my thread here for better understanding regarding 2012 olympics, arab spring, zionists and dajjal. (post number #4 talks about abdullahs death and how it is connected to the bloodspill during hajj as his death will be revealed)

2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment
http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php ... alignment/

This is the reason for the 2012 end of the world propaganda we see today!

and allah knows best

wa al salam with great respect to brother ORGANICQAL


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please read my thread here for better understanding regarding 2012 olympics, arab spring, zionists and dajjal. (post number #4 talks about abdullahs death and how it is connected to the bloodspill during hajj as his death will be revealed)

2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment
http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php ... alignment/

This is the reason for the 2012 end of the world propaganda we see today!

and allah knows best


hey brother, your link is not working for me. It says "you are not allowed to visit this forum".
Give me a suggestion plz.

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hey brother, your link is not working for me. It says "you are not allowed to visit this forum".
Give me a suggestion plz.


Are you by any chance banned from Shiachat?

if not then go to Google, search '2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment'

or google, Imam Mahdi (as) forum, then look for: 2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment

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hey brother, your link is not working for me. It says "you are not allowed to visit this forum".
Give me a suggestion plz.


Are you by any chance banned from Shiachat?

if not then go to Google, search '2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment'

or google, Imam Mahdi (as) forum, then look for: 2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment

if you are banned you will have to use proxy to change your IP


I searched google and it worked, thanks.

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Imam al-Baqir (‘a) also said: “Hadrat Qa’im (‘a) will stage the uprising on Saturday on the day of ‘Ashura’, the day when Imam Husayn (‘a) was martyred.” He (‘a) also said: “Do you know what day—’Ashura’—is this? It is the day when God accepted the repentance of Adam (Adam) and Hawwa (Eve); the day when God split the sea for the Children of Israel, drowned Pharaoh and his legion and made Musa (Moses) triumphant over Pharaoh; the day when Ibrahim (Abraham) was born; the day when God accepted the repentance of the people of Yunus (Jonah); the day when Hadrat ‘Isa was born; and the day when Hadrat Qa’im will stage the uprising.”

10th of Muharram ( Ashura ), 1434 = Saturday 24 November 2012 C.E

Brother ORG, you have only prolonged the timeline due to the use of weak hadiths that do not even fit in the time frame, but if you only use authentic hadiths then you will get a better timeframe that makes more sense.

Imam Mahdi (as) appearance will be announced in Ramadan, but his official uprise will begin in Muharam.

The Sufyani will continue to rule and fight against Imam Mahdi (as) until Rabi 1 or Rabi 2, that is 3 months after the rise of the Imam (as) in Muharam

please read my thread here for better understanding regarding 2012 olympics, arab spring, zionists and dajjal. (post number #4 talks about abdullahs death and how it is connected to the bloodspill during hajj as his death will be revealed)

2012 Hadith Timeframe, Possible Alignment
http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php ... alignment/

This is the reason for the 2012 end of the world propaganda we see today!

and allah knows best

wa al salam with great respect to brother ORGANICQAL


I had actually considered including the 10th of Muharram date in the summary, except I found the month of Dhul-Hijjah also mentioned for the same event.

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During Dhul Hijjah the people at Hajj will learn about the death of King Abdullah of Al Saud (which has been concealed for 40days), hence there will be blood spill (for power and disagreement).

Also look at the 7 year tribulation from the Christians, They believe that it will be 7 years where the antichrist and false prophet will create a WORLD ORDER. We know the christian books have been modified to counter Islam and Imam Mahdi (as), so they claim Imam Mahdi will be the Antichrist, and the false prophet (who helps the antichrist) will in fact be prophet Isa (as)

all modified, but the information is accurate as this group of people (luciferians) have been studying this subject for thousands of years, every time they discover new information, they change their books.

In the 7 year tribulation the christians believe there will be peace for 3.5 years, then the antichrist will break peace with israel and war starts which leads to the battle of armageddon and the coming of jesus(dajjal)

in islam we believe that we will be allied with Rome, until they break the peace half way through (3.5 years), and then war starts for last 3 years. 1st year 1/4 of the earth will flood, 2nd year 2/4 of earth will flood, 3rd and final year before dajjal, 3/4 earth will flood. then dajjal appears and battle of armaggedon begins. then dajjal gets killed.

So imam mahdi (as) will not rule for 12 or 9 or 8 years, it will be 7 years.

7 years that will feel like 70 years

during the 7 years the zionists will get a taste of their own medicine and superamcy will be to islam. but there will still be fitna, that fitna will not end until the death of dajjal at the hands of prophet Isa (as)


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During Dhul Hijjah the people at Hajj will learn about the death of King Abdullah of Al Saud (which has been concealed for 40days), hence there will be blood spill (for power and disagreement).

Also look at the 7 year tribulation from the Christians, They believe that it will be 7 years where the antichrist and false prophet will create a WORLD ORDER. We know the christian books have been modified to counter Islam and Imam Mahdi (as), so they claim Imam Mahdi will be the Antichrist, and the false prophet (who helps the antichrist) will in fact be prophet Isa (as)

all modified, but the information is accurate as this group of people (luciferians) have been studying this subject for thousands of years, every time they discover new information, they change their books.

In the 7 year tribulation the christians believe there will be peace for 3.5 years, then the antichrist will break peace with israel and war starts which leads to the battle of armageddon and the coming of jesus(dajjal)

in islam we believe that we will be allied with Rome, until they break the peace half way through (3.5 years), and then war starts for last 3 years. 1st year 1/4 of the earth will flood, 2nd year 2/4 of earth will flood, 3rd and final year before dajjal, 3/4 earth will flood. then dajjal appears and battle of armaggedon begins. then dajjal gets killed.

So imam mahdi (as) will not rule for 12 or 9 or 8 years, it will be 7 years.

7 years that will feel like 70 years

during the 7 years the zionists will get a taste of their own medicine and superamcy will be to islam. but there will still be fitna, that fitna will not end until the death of dajjal at the hands of prophet Isa (as)


The hadith that mentions the 7 year peace agreement, is also the same hadith that mentions the Mahdi's 20-year rule:

Hadhrat Abu Umamah says that the Messenger of Allah (upon whom be blessings and peace) said:

"There will be four peace agreements between you and the Romans. The fourth agreement will be mediated through a person who will be from the progeny of Hadhrat Aaron and will be upheld for seven years."

The people asked: "O Messenger of Allah, who will be the Imam of the people at the time?"

The Messenger of Allah said: "He will be from my progeny and will be forty years of age. His face will shine like a star and he will have a black spot on his left cheek. He will don two "Qutwaani" cloaks and will appear exactly as a person from the Children of Israel. He will rule for 20 years and will conquer the cities of the Mushrikeen"

(Tabrani, Ref: Kanz-ul-Aamal, Page 268, Hadith No. 3868)

The Mahdi's 7 year rule therefore, must only refer to a period of his rule, and not the entirety of it. Based on other ahadith, this period is when he rules the entire world. If the belief that the Mahdi's 7-year rule over the entire world (and not simply part of it) is to be maintained, then it would have to be after the appearance of the Dajjal and not before, because before the appearance of the Dajjal, the Mahdi's armies are still in the process of conquering the enemy territories and do not attain dominion over the entire world before the Dajjal's appearance.

Also, the hadith that talks about the "battle of Armageddon"/"the Malhama", says that it takes place 6 years before the conquest of the city, and only in the year after does the Dajjal appear:

Narrated Abdullah ibn Busr:

The Prophet Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam said: "The time between the Great War and the conquest of the city will be six years, and the Dajjal will come forth in the seventh."

(Sunan Abu Dawud: Book 37, Number 4283)

And this "great war", we know takes place after the "flourishing state" of Jerusalem:

Narrated Mu'adh ibn Jabal:

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "The flourishing state of Jerusalem will be when Yathrib is in ruins, the ruined state of Yathrib will be when the great war comes, the outbreak of the great war (i.e., the battle of Armageddon) will be at the conquest of Constantinople and the conquest of Constantinople when the Dajjal comes forth."

He (the Prophet) struck his thigh or his shoulder with his hand and said: "This is as true as you are here or as you are sitting (meaning Mu'adh ibn Jabal)".

(Translation of Sunan Abu-Dawud, Battles (Kitab Al-Malahim), Book 37, Number 4281)

So 6 years of fighting and conquering the Romans in the Malhama/battle of Armageddon, a little over 1 year of the Dajjal's official reign, and then 7 years of rule over the entire world thereafter with Prophet 'Eyssa comes out to approximately 14 years total.

Other ahadith point to a 6 year period of the black flags from Khorasan coming out against the Sufyaani, defeating them in Jerusalem and establishing the Mahdi's power there, after which the Mahdi migrates there:

Muhammad, son of Al Hanaffia, said:

"The Black Banners will come out for the children of Al Abbas. The other black banners will come from Khurasan. Their turbans will be black and their clothes white. At their front will be a man named Shuayb, the son of Salih, from Tamim. They will defeat the companions of The Sufyaani until he comes to the House of Jerusalem where he will establish his power for the Mahdi, and he will be supplied with three hundred (men) from Syria after his arrival and the matter will be settled for the Mahdi in seventy-two months (six years)."

(Nu'aym ibn Hammad's Kitab Al-Fitan)

and:

'Ali said that the Prophet Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam said, "The birth-place of the Mahdi will be in Medina. He is from the family of the House of the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, and his migration is to the House of Jerusalem. His beard is thick, his eyes naturally masquerade, his teeth are radiant and upon his face is a mole and upon his shoulder is the Sign of the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him. And he will come out under the Banner of the Prophet made from a marked woolen black square that will not have been unfolded since the Messenger, praise and peace be upon him, and it will not be unfolded until the Mahdi comes. Allah will support him with 3,000 angels who will beat the faces and buttocks of those that oppose him. He will be sent between the age of 30 and 40."

(Nu'aym ibn Hammad, Kitab al-Fitan, No. 73)

So we have an additional 6 years of the Mahdi sending his army to fight against the Sufyani, and establishing the Mahdi's power in Jerusalem before he migrates there, which, in addition to the other 14 years, makes 20 years.

It is also interesting to note, that after Prophet 'Eyssa kills the Dajjal, there is a 7 year period of peace:

Abdullah bin 'Amr said:

The Prophet said, “The Dajjal will appear in my Ummah, and will remain for forty-” I cannot say whether he meant forty days, forty months or forty years. “-Then Allah will send ‘Eyssa son of Maryam, who will resemble 'Urwah son of Masud. He will chase the Dajjal and kill him. Then the people will live for seven years during which there will be no enmity between any two persons. Then Allah will send a cold wind from the direction of Syria, which will take the soul of everyone who has the slightest speck of good or faith in his heart. Even if one of you were to enter the heart of a mountain, the wind would reach him there and take his soul. Only the most wicked people will be left; they will be as careless as birds, with the characteristics of beasts, and will have no concern for right and wrong.
Satan will come to them in the form of man and will say, "Don't you respond?"
They Will say, "What do you order us to do?"
He will order them to worship idols, and in spite of that they will have sustenance in abundance, and lead comfortable lives. Then the Trumpet will be blown, and everyone will tilt their heads to hear it. The first one to hear it will be a man busy repairing a trough for his camels. He and everyone else will be struck down. Then Allah will send (or send down) rain like dew, and the bodies of the people (i.e. the dead) will grow out of it. Then the trumpet will be sounded again, and the people will get up and look around.
Then it will be said, "O people, go to your Lord and account for yourselves."
It will be said, "Bring out the people of Hell,"
and it will be asked, "How many are there?"
– the answer will come: "Nine hundred and ninety-nine out of every thousand."
On that day a child will grow old and the shin will be laid bare. (Al-Qalam 68:42)”


(Sahih Muslim, Book 41, No. 7023)

It is also interesting to note that both in the time of the Mahdi's rule, and in the time after the Dajjal, there is such an abundance of wealth and produce, that there is no one left in need of it. This further implies that the Mahdi's 7-year rule over the world that is referred to in most of the ahadith about it, must be referring to the period after the Dajjal. And for the Mahdi to be a participant in the war against the Sufyani and in the Armageddon battle, his official rule as the Caliphate must be significantly longer than 7 years.

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I want to thank muslimapocalyptic and everyone that responded in the above posts. I've been meaning to do a similar summation of Biblical events, for study as well as comparison with Islam's eschatology since many areas seem to create intriguing parallels. The information you've put together for your composition will be a great help.

This is very much appreciated :D Thank you again.

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fidelisagna wrote:
I want to thank muslimapocalyptic and everyone that responded in the above posts. I've been meaning to do a similar summation of Biblical events, for study as well as comparison with Islam's eschatology since many areas seem to create intriguing parallels. The information you've put together for your composition will be a great help.

This is very much appreciated :D Thank you again.


Indeed, there are parallels. However, some (particularly certain Christians) find "parallels" only where they can demonize Islam with it, by seeking to portray the antagonists of Biblical eschatology as the protagonists of Islamic eschatology and vice versa. Such a premise, however, is faulty because of the many inaccuracies in it and is hardly objective, because with the inconsistencies of the premise, they assume the fault to be on the part of Islamic eschatology rather than the fault of the premise itself. Those aren't the parallels you are talking about, are they?

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