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Like Judaism and Christianity – and strongly influenced by them – Islam has a powerful eschatological strain. It anticipates the end of the world and a final historical confrontation between good and evil, after which human life is set to be miraculously transformed. And according to one reading of Islamic tradition (hadith), the place where this final malahim (apocalypse) will happen is – of all places – Dabiq. This is where the Muslim and Christian armies will finally face each other and the Crusaders will be destroyed. And this is why Dabiq is the name on the lips of Isis recruiting sergeants.
An excerpt from the Honorable Minister Farrakhan’s historic World Day of Atonement address at the United Nations Plaza on October 16, 1996, the first anniversary of the Million Man March, where he addressed the topic of Armageddon, and warned that actions of nations are moving them toward that fateful battle.
November’s date is expected to reach “extra-supermoon” status as it becomes a full moon within about two hours of perigee, making it the closest full moon of the 21st century.
"But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father."
There is a belief, or a prophecy, made by an early 20th century Rabbi and Kabbalist - a Kabbalist well known for his sophisticated 'extension' of kabbalistic concepts into a more detailed self-analysis system. Now, the Jews have for the longest time believed that the Torah is the "blueprint" of reality; indeed, many western occultists believe this - from Agrippa, to Newton, on wards. However, the interpretation of the Torah is not the same: some people see one philosophy, some, another philosophy.