Mark of the Beast...

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  1. Aussie Thoughts

    Aussie Thoughts Just my 2 cents

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  2. Ahmad232

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    salaam BigJoe!

    I read it in the end of times signs by a great Sunni scholar:

    After the tenth (of Dhul Hijjah), a very long night will come. It will be so long that travellers will become restless, children will become tired and weary on account of sleeping too much, and grazing animals will begin clamouring to go to the fields to graze. However, dawn will not break. Everyone will become restless out of fear and anxiety. Once this night equals three nights, the sun will appear very dimly from the western horizon. At that particular time, no one's Imaan (accepting Islam) or repentance will be accepted. Once the sun reaches the position that it normally takes at mid-day, it will begin returning to the west and it will set as it normally does. Thereafter, it will continue rising normally according to its normal brightness.

    A few days later, Mount Safa, which is situated in Makkah, will be destroyed by an earthquake. From there, an animal of strange appearance and shape will appear and begin conversing with people. This animal will travel the entire earth very swiftly. It will have the staff of Musa 'alayhis salam with which it will draw an illuminated line across the foreheads of the believers. The result of this will be that the believers' faces will become illuminated. As for the kuffdr, it will stamp them on their noses or necks with the ring of Sulayman 'alayhis salam whereby their faces will become dark. Once this animal completes this task, it will disappear.

    Thereafter, a lovely breeze will blow from the south whereby something will come out from the sides of the believers and with which they will die. Once all the Muslims die, the kuffar will gain control of the entire world. They will destroy the Ka'bah, hajj will be ceased, the Quran will be removed from the hearts and from paper. Fear of Allah and one's natural modesty will be removed. There will be no one to take the name of Allah.

    There will be a lot of prosperity and abundance in Syria. People will start heading towards Syria on camels, vehicles and on foot. For those who will remain, a howling fire will start and drive them towards Syria. The wisdom behind this is that on the day of resurrection, all the creation will be gathered in this country. Thereafter this fire will disappear.

    At that time, the world will progress tremendously. Three to four years will pass in this way when all of a sudden, on the morning of a Friday on the 10th of Muharram, when all the people will be preoccupied on their work; the trumpet will be blown. Initially, the sound will be soft. Gradually it will get louder until everyone will die out of panic and horror. The land and the skies will be blow into smithereens and the entire universe will be destroyed. The time span from the rising of the sun from the west till the blowing of the trumpet will be 120 years. After this, the day of resurrection will commence.

    http://archive.org/stream/BahishtiZewar_201307/Bahishti Zewar_djvu.txt
     
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  3. Ahmad232

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    salaam bigjoe
    I don't know the authenticity of those hadiths giving that description, but basically it would be ok to use them in an understanding of this 'beast' for the Quran says it will talk to people; also the scholar who used it in the end of times signs is a great hadith master; he'll never use fabricated hadiths an if there were other more authentic hadiths indicating this 'beast' to be something else, he would have known it; muslim scholars would have known it but we've never heard in islamic literature of any other description of this 'beast' have we?; we've heard of dajjal etc, so we can trust that this beast would be what this great scholar has said!
     

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