Have you looked into the differences between the Islamic Jesus/Isa and Christ of the Bible?
Now let’s review the various defining characteristics and actions of the Muslim Jesus upon his return to the earth:
So if there was a man in power who is says he is 'jesus' and promesis all these Islamic prophecies about him self would not most of the Islamic
world agree to his methods and in doing so make it seem right to one day kill off Jews and Christians in the process? Would not the Muslim world be
set up to think it is right to do so and follow his orders which is hard to distinguish between the Anti-Christ of the Bible?
Not like Islamic countries is Bible friendly anyway.
The Bible says that there will be two witnesses in Israel weapons of war will do nothing against these people, Muslims and maybe the Jews will think
they are false prophets while the devil will be their executioners in the process and then they will claim that the Islamic Jesus and Mahdi will be
the the true witnesses, so every counterfiet is set up in Islamic teaching so that the earth is split between two major faiths that will battle each
1. Jesus is said to return to the earth in the last-days near a mosque in Damascus.
2. He will arrive at a time when the Mahdi and his army will be preparing to pray.
3. He will be offered to lead the prayer by the Mahdi, but will decline in direct deference to the Mahdi who Jesus declares to be the leader of
4. He will then pray behind the Mahdi as a subordinate.
5. He will be a faithful Muslim
6. He will make pilgrimage to Mecca.
7. He will visit Muhammad’s grave, and salute Muhammad, whereby Muhammad will return the salute from the grave.
8. He will destroy Christianity.
9. He will repeal the jizyah tax thus causing the only option for Jews and Christians to convert to Islam or die.
10. He will establish Islamic Shari’ah (Law) throughout the entire earth.
11. He will kill the Antichrist and his followers made up largely of Jews and women.
12. He will remain on the earth for roughly forty years, during which time he will marry, have children and then die.
'As we have clearly seen, the Muslim Jesus, in both his nature and actions is far different than the biblical Jesus. Rather than coming to reign as
King and Messiah over all the earth from Jerusalem, Jesus instead comes to convert the world to Islam or kill those who refuse to do so. Instead of
coming to save and deliver faithful Christians and Jews, he comes instead to kill and slaughter them.'
'Amazingly, the similarities between the biblical narratives of the end-times and the Islamic narratives do not end with the Antichrist and the
Mahdi. If it were so, then it might be easier to dismiss the many similarities as mere coincidence. The parallels however, do not stop with the
Antichrist and the Mahdi, but extend again quite clearly, into the person of the man biblically known as the False Prophet and the man known in Islam
as Isa al-Masih – Jesus the Messiah.'
' Likewise in the Islamic narrative of the last-days, we do not find a lone character who is coming to rescue the world, but instead we find a team.
We find both the Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus. And as in the case of the Antichrist and the False Prophet, we find that one is clearly filling a
supporting role while the other is the leader. While the Mahdi is clearly described as being, “the Viceregent (Caliph) of Allah,” 1 Jesus is
described as being one who will “espouse the cause of the Mahdi” 3 and “follow him.” 2 The partnership between the Mahdi and Jesus is one of
the leader and his subordinate. And as we have already seen, and will continue to see, the partnership of the Mahdi and Jesus is indeed an unholy
partnership - particularly if you are not a Muslim and have no intention of becoming one. If this is the case, then you are marked for death - plain
and simple. The Muslim Jesus is a twisted version of the biblical Jesus who said:
For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the will of him who sent me. And this is the will of him who sent me; that I shall lose
none of all that he has given me, but raise them up at the last day. For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him
shall have eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day." John 6:38-40
Instead of espousing the “cause” of the Father, the Muslim Jesus espouses the cause of the Mahdi. Instead of saving those followers of His whom
the Father has placed under his oversight, the Muslim Jesus instead slaughters those who remain faithful to the words of Jesus as found in the Bible.
The Muslim Jesus is not the tender yet strong shepherd of the gospels, but rather The Wolf himself in the shepherd’s clothing. '