I'm wondering if now .... three years later ..... if people feel like this is more true or less true?
Considering everything going on in the world and all ...
If Islam would be the kingdom of the Anti-Christ, then how in the world would the majority of Christians be deceived by someone who is a Muslim?
Everyone knows the majority of Christians are anti-Islam. Is it logical, that the Christians would follow someone, who is a Muslim? The only way for
the Christians to be duped by the Anti-Christ, is if he pretends to be the Messiah (Jesus). He would need to be able to control the air, the sun, the
rain, the earth. He would need to be able to raise dead people, and cut you in half before putting you back together again. Curing illnesses would
just be like eating peanuts.
But for the Muslims, if the Anti-Christ pretends to be the Messiah, they will never be deceived by him because they knew, the Anti-Christ would come
BEFORE the REAL Messiah. Therefore, the Anti-Christ would need to pretend to be SOMEBODY ELSE, someone that the Muslim world can relate to - somebody
that has to do with Islam. And the only person that fits this bill, is Imam Mahdi. Imam Mahdi will actually come BEFORE the Anti-Christ reveals
himself. But because Imam Mahdi will not be able to be recognized by the majority of the Muslims, the Anti-Christ will take this as an opportunity to
pretend to be him. And yes - even great Muslim scholars will be deceived by the Anti-Christ.
The question now is - How can the Anti-Christ fool both religion followers at the same time? He can't be Imam Mahdi and Jesus at the same time, can
he? The Christians will clearly not follow a Muslim, and the Muslims will definitely not follow a fake messiah. So how?
UNLESS - the Anti-Christ pretends to be the Messiah, and proposes a NEW concept, of the Islamic religion. It will look as if this new understanding,
is a tolerable and flexible religion, adaptable to any religion follower, worldwide. It will look so good, that the majority of Christians would
accept it, as long as the one they are following (they thought), is Jesus. And the Muslims will do the same, as long as the one they are following
(they thought), is Imam Mahdi.
If the theory above is true, then OP's title does have some merit. It's worth pondering upon. One, that needs to be discussed, with an open mind.