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Originally posted by worldwatcher
no one's interested? I find that hard to believe
well I find it interesting that Syria plays a large part in the Islamic doomsday prophecy, especially with the current politics being played out in the middle east.
Wow! That sounds like War of the Worlds....O_O..beast rising out of the ground? Eee..... extremely interesting stuff! Ya!
[edit on 3-3-2006 by whitelightwolf]
Originally posted by Nakash
So the Euphrates is going to dry up in Islamic prophecy? It will dry up for the final battle, but I doubt there will be any gold in it hehehe XT, I assure you that a demon/Djinn can pose as an angel (they are angels, just not ones in good standing), it happens all the time (Light at the end of the tunnel, dead speaking through mediums, false miracles to deceive people, apparitions, UFOs and so forth). We have rules in the Bible to test a spirit to see if they are good in their intentions, don't trust a spirit without testing it first, that's very dangerous.
Qur’an 55:31 “Soon We [Ar-Rahman] will dispose of you by applying Our two armies. How many favors of your Lord will you both deny?” Qur’an 55:35 “There will be let loose on you white-hot flames of fire and smoke that chokes so that you will not be able to defend yourselves. How many favors of your Lord will you both deny?”
[Ar-Rahman makes jinn out of the same material he will use to torture men. He intends to send his demons after us, and he considers torture a favor.]
Qur’an 21:26 “And yet they say: ‘Ar-Rahman has begotten a son.’ Too exalted his He.” [Most translations, trying to hide their god’s duplicity, mistranslate the passage:] “(Allah) Most Gracious has begotten offspring.”
[Muslims have to deceive us to keep their god together.]
THE STORY OF IMAM MAHDI
An army will come from the East towards Arabia. The East here refers to Khurasan, i.e. northeastern Iran, which includes the borders of the Soviet Union and Afghanistan. They will pave the way for the establishment of Imam Mahdi's kingdom. This army will carry black banners. Nothing shall stop their onward march, and eventually they will plant their flag on the soils of Jerusalem.
This army will seek the leadership of Arabia. The current leader will refuse to hand over the Khilafat.
A tremendously fierce battle will ensue, the likes of which Muslims had never yet experienced. The army from Khurasan will be victorious and will eventually be granted the leadership.
The major signs of qiyâmah
Upon the appearance of Imam Mahdi, the major signs of qiyâmah commence. Once the incident of his bay'ah becomes known to everyone, the Muslim armies that were based in Madinah will go to Makkah. All the pious people of Syria, Iraq and Yemen will go to his service. Many other Arab armies will rally around him. Once this becomes known to all the Muslims, a person from Khurâsân will come with a large army in order to assist Imam Mahdi. The name of the person who will be the leader of the front section of this army will be Mansûr. On his way towards Imam Mahdi, he will kill many kuffâr. The person whom we had mentioned previously that he will be from the progeny of Abû Sufyân and that he will be an enemy of the sayyids - he will send an army to fight Imam Mahdi since Imam Mahdi will also be a sayyid. Once this army reaches a desert on the outskirts of Madinah, it will rest at a mountain. Once this army reaches this mountain, all the troops will sink into the ground. Only two persons will survive. One of them will go and inform Imam Mahdi of what transpired while the other will go and inform the Sufyânî (the person from the progeny of Abû Sufyân). The Christians from all around will gather their troops and prepare to fight the Muslims. This army will have 80 flags and there will be 12 000 soldiers under each flag, thus totalling 960 000.
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Originally posted by paperclip
While christians believe that Jesus IS God (is not really, but somehow it is as a part of trinity),