Does the Quran tell about Dajjal anti-Christ? However, the Quran explains things sometimes directly and clearly, and sometimes with a sign, secretly, and indirectly. We see that it tells about Dajjal indirectly and with signs too. Scholars comment on the statement of before his death as follows: During the end of time, Hazrat Eesa will descend to earth, and the People of the Book who will be in conflict will believe in him. Before the doomsday, it will be clear that the Jews who went beyond limits by slandering him, and the Christians who called him god, are liars.
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Does the Quran tell about Dajjal anti-Christ? However, the Quran explains things sometimes directly and clearly, and sometimes with a sign, secretly, and indirectly. We see that it tells about Dajjal indirectly and with signs too. Scholars comment on the statement of before his death as follows: During the end of time, Hazrat Eesa will descend to earth, and the People of the Book who will be in conflict will believe in him.
Before the doomsday, it will be clear that the Jews who went beyond limits by slandering him, and the Christians who called him god, are liars. Because the descent of Hazrat Isa is in question, Dajjal, whom he will struggle with, is indicated automatically too. It is the practice of Arabs to mention only one of the two opposites, and not to mention the other. Badiuzzaman, who says As our time is having the biggest disorders, both many hadiths word of prophet Muhammad and many signs in the Quran gives the same dates.
He also says our century is having terrible disorders 5. When Badiuzzaman interprets the surah of Falaq The Dawn , which recommends taking shelter in God to be protected from the evildoers, he tells that the surah points especially to our strange time clearly and obviously as it also points to all centuries. When he analyses the verses by meaning and abjad he tells that the surah indicates the four physical and spiritual dreadful evils of our time giving the same date by mentioning the word evil four times, and says that it is a way of warning which suits the Quran.
In the same place, he tells that the surah also indicates by meaning and abjad that there will be important shocks by the pressure of the treaties with the foreigners and the pious people will have significant transformations by the despotism of the philosophy. The surah indicates both the dreadful Genghis and Hulagu Khan disorders, who were Dajjals of their time, and the material and spiritual evils of our time.
According to this explanation, the cruel Europe makes a big assassination plan to put out the light of the State of Islam.
Patriots try to eliminate that plan announcing the Liberty in Hijri. Six or seven years later, at the end of the First World War, in order to give harm to the Quran with their evil ideas they make the same assassination plans via the Treaty of Sevres which contains severe conditions. This time, Turkish patriots try to eliminate that plan by announcing the Republic.
Here the verse, with the calculation of abjad, matches exactly the date Hijri in which that plan is made, while at the same time it indicates the selfless people who try to preserve the light of the Quran in the turmoil. Also the verse, by the calculationf jifr, indicates that in , the unbelievers of Europe provoked the Russians in order to put out the light of the State of Islam and veiled the bright light of the world of Islam ten years later by a temporary cloud with the ominous war of Ninety-three and that Mawlana Khalid broke up that cloud of cruelty with his students.
Then this phrase is added: If the lams L letter with shadda marks the doubling of a consonant and the mim M letter are counted twice, the people who will break up the cruelty a century later can be the students of Hazrat Mahdi 10 In a place where the service of Hazrat Mahdi is in question, Dajjal is assumed to perform his actions too.
His spiritual destruction can only be healed spiritually. In addition, let us mention here that the Islamic scholars take the examples in the Quran like Taghoot, Jalut and Samiri as prototypes of the Dajjal. As is seen, Dajjal is not mentioned in the Quran explicitly. However, there are many verses indicating him. Scholars describe the reason why Dajjal is not explicitly mentioned in the Quran as follows: There are two main sources of Islam.
The first is the Quran, and second is the sunnah the way of prophet Muhammad. Though Dajjal is not mentioned in Quran explicitly, it is mentioned in many hadiths explicitly. Sometimes it is not needed to mention apparent things for a second time.
The word "dajjal" appear 83 time(s) in 53 hadith(s) in Sahih Al-Bukhari صحيح البخاري translation.
He will descend from the heavens with his hands resting on the shoulders of two angels. His cheeks will be flat and his hair straight. When he lowers his head it will seem as if water is flowing from his hair, when he raises his head, it will appear as though his hair is beaded with silvery pearls. All those who embraced the evil of Dajjal shall perish even as the breath of Isa touches them. Then, Dajjal shall begin to melt, as salt dissolves in water. Then all battles shall cease and the world will know an age of peace. Ahmadiyya eschatology[ edit ] Identification of the Dajjal[ edit ] Prophecies concerning the emergence of the Dajjal are interpreted in Ahmadiyya teachings as designating a specific group of nations centred upon a false theology or Christology instead of an individual, with reference to the Dajjal in the singular indicating its unity as a system rather than its personal individuality.
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