Has anyone listened to sheikh's lectures or read his books? Although I disagree with him about certain things, I think he has done a very good job to shed the light on the prophecies from the Noble Qur'an and hadiths. He gives the prophecies a more logical explanation. For example, when hadith mentions Dajjal riding on a huge donkey, sheikh explains that this refers to the airplane. I read his book "Jerusalem in the Qur'an" and was impressed by his interpretations. It all makes sense. What is your take on sheikh's interpretation of Gog and Magog, the Sun rising in the West and more importantly his idea of a Muslim village?