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“He will appear on the way between Syria and Iraq and will spread mischief right and left. O slaves of Allah! Remain adhered to the truth.'' (Sahib Muslim)
"In the meantime, while the Dajjal will be busy doing this and this, Allah will send down the Messiah son of Mary (Jesus عليه السلام). He (Jesus عليه السلام ) will descend in the eastern part of Damascus, near the white minaret (tower), dressed in the two yellow garments, with his hands resting on the arms of two angels. When he will bend down his head, water drops will appear trickling down, and when he will raise it, it will appear as though pearl--like drops are rolling down. Any disbeliever whom the air of his breath reaches, and it will reach up to the last limit of his sight, will fall dead. Then, the son of Mary will go in pursuit of the Dajjal, and will overtake him at the gate of Lud , and will kill him." (Sahih Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmizi, Ibn Majah).
Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The Last Hour would not come until the Romans would land at al-A'maq or in Dabiq. An army consisting of the best (soldiers) of the people of the earth at that time will come from Medina (to counteract them). (Sahih Muslim)
An army will then be sent against him from Syria but will be swallowed up in the desert between Mecca and Medina. " (Abu Dawud)
originally posted by: muSSang
Jesus has a second coming in an Islamic prophecy?
In Islam, Jesus (or Isa; Arabic: عيسى ʿĪsā) is considered to be a Messenger of God and the Masih (messiah) who was sent to guide the Israelites (banī isrā'īl) with a new scripture, the Injīl. The belief in Jesus (and all other messengers of God) is required in Islam, and a requirement of being a Muslim. However, Muslims do not recognize Jesus as the Son of God but merely as a prophet. In the Quran, the second coming of Jesus is heralded in Az-Zukhruf (the Quran's 43rd surah or chapter) as a sign of the day of judgement.
Dabiq (Arabic: دابق /ˈdaːbiq/) is a town in northern Syria, about 40 kilometres (25 mi) northeast of Aleppo and around 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Syria's border with Turkey. It is administratively part of the Akhtarin nahiyah (subdistrict) of the A'zaz District of Aleppo Governorate. Nearby localities include Mare' to the southwest, Sawran to the northwest, and Akhtarin town to the southeast. In the 2004 census, Dabiq had a population of 3,364. The town was the site of the battle of Marj Dabiq in 1516, in which the Ottoman Empire decisively defeated the Mamluk Sultanate. In Islamic eschatology, it is believed that Dabiq is one of two possible locations (the other is Amaq) for an epic battle between invading Christians and the defending Muslims which will result in a Muslim victory and mark the beginning of the end of times. The Islamic State believes Dabiq is where an epic and decisive battle will take place with Christian forces of the West, and have named their online magazine after the village.
In Islamic eschatology as found in the Hadith, the area of Dabiq is mentioned as a place of some of the events of the Muslim Malahim (which would equate to the Christian apocalypse, or Armageddon). Abu Hurayrah, companion to Muhammad, reported in his Hadith that Muhammad said: The Last Hour would not come until the Romans land at al-A’maq or in Dabiq. An army consisting of the best (soldiers) of the people of the earth at that time will come from Medina (to counteract them). Scholars and hadith commentators suggest that the word Romans refers to Christians. The hadith further relates the subsequent Muslim victory, followed by the peaceful takeover of Constantinople with invocations of takbir and tasbih, and finally the defeat of the Anti-Christ following the return and descent of Jesus Christ.
"If you see the black flags *, then remain on the ground and do not move a hand or a leg.
A group of feeble folk to whom no concern is given will then appear - their hearts are like iron .
They are the owners of the state .
They fulfill neither a contract nor a covenant .
They call to the truth, but they are not its people .
Their names are a kuniya and their lineage (surnames) are a town .
Their hair is unwinding, like the hair of a women .
(Do this) until they differ in it between themselves, then Allah will give the right to whomever HE desires."
- ISIS uses a black flag which fits in perfectly with the prophecy.
1. - The hadith says they are a feeble folk to whom no concern is given, i.e. they are relative newcomers to the fight in Syria, which then surprisingly achieve much success in a lightning flash - but their hearts are from iron. The arabic used here means they are CRUEL and MERCILESS. The countless slaughterings from ISIS surely fit in here quite well.
2. - The most amazing part of the prophecy is this here: The hadith says LITERALLY (in arabic) that these people are the owners of DAWLA (state) - a word which wasn't even used in the time of Muhammad because there was no concept of "states" in that time - the word DAWLA from the prophecy was basically used verbatim as said by Muhammad although hadith collectors for generations most probably had no idea whatsoever what it meant! But, how does ISIS call itself today? "DAWLA al Islamiya" (the Islamic State). This fact is simply amazing!
3. - ISIS had quite a few contracts with other rebel groups and other al-qaida groups and they BROKE all their covenants! This is a known fact.
4. - ISIS calls to "Sharia" (God's Law) but they themselves do not uphold it! The Sharia for example orders the muslims to treat their prisoners well, to feed them with what they feed themselves and then to FREE THEM and escort them to wherever they would wish to go! The Sharia PROHIBITS the torture or killing of prisoners. Yet, what does ISIS do?
5. - Another amazing part of the Prophecy: The hadith says these ISIS guys will have a Kunya as their name (a kunya is a pseudonym), like Abu-so and so - and what are the names of all the ISIS Leaders? "Abu-Bakr", "Abu-Musa", etc. But wait, the hadith even says that they will use "towns" as their last names! Again, what are the "last names" of the ISIS dudes? "Al-Baghdadi", "Al-Anbari", etc. Simply amazing!
6. - Have you seen pictures of the overwhelming majority of ISIS dudes? Almost all of them have long hair!
originally posted by: SpeakerofTruth
a reply to: Revolution9
I think the Bible makes clear that there will be no partiality given. "ALL nations shall be judged," for none do the will of God.
a reply to: markosity1973
Is this what ISIS is up to in Syria? Trying to make the prophesies you mention come to fruition?
I see a flaw. Jesus never lied. and he would never ever lied to his apostles and followers. So for muslims to belieive he played a trick is proof enough their prophet was told wrongly by "an angel of light" AKA lucifer alot of half truths.