In this conspiracy theory, I try to cook some
soup of the scant information provided to us
by the authorities.
When trying to fit a cause with every piece
of the puzzle I must conclude that the plane
was actually stolen.
So before moving on to how the plane is hijacked
I first try to find a motive for the robbery.
Most elements of the motif where playing since
long in my head, and suddenly this plane fits
perfectly in what I was thinking.
If you're reading this for the first time,
you might think: naah.
I think the ultimate goal of this plane is to
bring a statement. And maybe it could appear
quicker than we wish.
If this is not the case then it might be a fun
future movie script.
The plot begins as follows:
In the Islamic religion, a savior is expected. At
the moment this savior thing is a hot item between
the people of many religions and maybe it has
always been a hot item.
This savior is in the Islamic world also called
" al Mahdi ". At first glance this seems to be an
innocent situation. A situation where people of a
particular faith just indefinitely wait for and
peacefully speculate about their savior.
But maybe that's not as innocent as you think.
In order to properly understand this we must view
this in the light of the mind of a religious person.
Many religious persons, put all their hope and
future in the hands of these kind of predictions.
This really lives in the hearts of those people and
in their religious life. These kind of predictions
form a large part of the reality of their faith and
of their religious identity.
And if such a prediction does not come true soon
in a spontaneous manner, it may happen that the
faithful may conduct the prophecy according to a
Especially, when in the eyes of the faithful certain
situations arise that justify the coming of their
Situations such as social injustices and widespread
oppression. Like international sanctions and alike.
At a later time after that the aspiring savior
acted out, when the savior agenda is finished, then
in one way or another the faithful look back and
compare to the prophesied and come to the conclusion
that this was indeed the savior they were expecting,
or just another impostor.
It happens that when the savior did carry out the
predictions of the prophesied, then these prophecies
were fulfilled in the eyes of the faithful.
And then you can laugh, but when you ponder a bit
on this, you must agree that in the strict sense,
these predictions really were actually fulfilled.
Only a laconic outsider will notice :
Yes, but they have an agenda and they have completed
this agenda on sheer purpose. That is not the way
that predictions work. Or do they?
I remember GeorgeW Bush. At one time he had exactly
144000 troops in Iraq . That was probably done as to
make it look like this was a fulfillment of a piece
of the book of Apocalypse of the Bible
You can look it up in the last chapter of most Bibles .
This was probably done on purpose. With the intention
to be regarded as the elect of God.
The trick of course is that when someone like me then
brings this comparison to the light, to then respond
to me with a surprised face and say: Oh, but we did
not know this. We did not station exactly 144000
troops on purpose. That was a coincidence.
And it is true, in reality, you do not know whether
this was indeed a coincidence or if it was
intentionally done. Maybe it is true and the 144000
troops spontaneously were present in Iraq and maybe
it was the fulfillment of the prophecy.
For a discerning outsider the difference between
coincidence/intent is usually the criterion to decide
whether or not the situation can be regarded as
remarkable or can be dismissed as forgery.
A discerning outsider would usually just remark that
the prophecies that were prophesied beforehand were
simply acted by the followers . A discerning outsider
will want a convincing savior who did everything
without being aware of the prophecy.
Believe it or not, but for the believers who are
completely immersed in their faith this is different.
And so it is with the Islamic faith and their Redeemer
In reality, you could say that "the coming of the
expected savior", for a believer proves his faith
to be the true faith. And inevitably it makes them
convinced that their faith is more true than other
The fulfillment of prophecies fills the hearts of the
believers with more joy and more faith and passion.
So it is extremely important for a Muslim, that the
redeemer of Islam, "al Mahdi", really appears, as it
is of utmost importance for Christians that Jesus
comes back, and for the Judaic it is important
that the Moshiach comes.
Within the various beliefs systems, the savior is
described in religious prophecies.
In the Islamic faith, the properties of the savior
can be found in "Hadith" texts .
When the savior first appears by an act that seems
to fulfill the prophecy, or someone declares himself
"al Mahdi" then the faithful will decide on the basis
of the Hadith text, whether they are dealing with the
true Mahdi, or if they are dealing with a fraud.
Hadith texts are words that are traditionally
attributed to the Prophet Muhammad this is called a
"strong Hadith". there are also statements of his
family or very inspired followers. These are the so
called "weak Hadiths".
These Hadith words were not written in the Quran
by the prophet himself, but they are later written
down by his followers .
Thus, in some Hadith texts, certain properties of
the savior "al Mahdi" are described for the faithful
to judge when he appears.
In the past, some people have proclaimed themselves
"al Mahdi", but because these "Mahdis" could not
fulfill some important Hadiths that were prophesied
by the Prophet Muhammad. For these reasons they were
quickly written off as impostors .
There are some strong Hadith on the "al Mahdi", which
are referred to as genuine. There are also a number
of weaker Hadiths about "al Mahdi" and the authenticity
of these is disputed.
In summary, the authentic Hadiths are as follows:
Al Mahdi will be:
A descendant of the Prophet through the Fatima line.
He will have a broad forehead and a sharp nose .
He will manifest himself in a single night.
He will appear before the judgment day.
His name will be Muhammad.
He will flee from Median to Mecca, where the people
will help him.
He will get help from the Iraqi people .
He will fight in many wars.
He will reign over all the Arabs for seven years
He will bring forth justice in the earth .
He will eradicate tyranny and oppression .
He will pray in Mecca with Jesus. Jesus will follow him.
Mahdi and Jesus are not the same person .
There are also a lot of weaker Hadiths that describe
Mahdi or his coming, we may notice that everyone who is
called Mohammed, Mehmet, Mamuth or any other form of the
name Muhammad, and who also has a broad forehead and a
sharp nose, could be for every moslim "al Mahdi".
After the Mahdi has manifested himself overnight
according to the Hadith, he must finish the rest of
the agenda to qualify being accepted as the real Mahdi
by the rest of the Muslim world.
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