I'm not an expert in Islam nor the Baha'i Faith but I'll try to tackle this narration, piece by piece. "There is no prophet between me and him." What about the Bab? He appeared between Muhammad and Baha'u'llah (return of Christ) and claimed to be a Prophet. "He shall descend so, recognize him when you see him." If Jesus was prophesied to literally descend from the heavens, why would Muhammad admonish His followers to recognize Him? Wouldn't that be obvious? Who could miss a man descending from the sky? And since the world is round, how could Muslims "see him" if they live throughout the world? I would like to tie it with John 3:13: "No one has ever gone into heaven except the one who came from heaven - the Son of Man." Christ descended the first time through natural means (ie, via birth) so why is it hard to accept His second descent through a similar fashion? "He is a man of medium height." Baha'u'llah's passport categorizes His height as medium. Source: http://bahai-library.com/passport_bahaullah I have no idea about Baha'u'llah's complexion, garments, and hair texture. Any help? Islam means 'submission' in Arabic. That is why the Qur'an (3:85) says, "And whoever desires other than submission as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers." It is submission to the will of God. Hence, Baha'u'llah did fight the people for the sake of Islam. "break the Cross" Not sure. "kill the swine" Baha'u'llah abrogated the Islamic prohibition of eating pork. "abolish Jizya" Baha'u'llah abrogated the Islamic injunction on having Jews and Christians pay jizya (tax for living in an Islamic state and being protected by its army). "slay the Antichrist (Dajjal)" "A reference to Siyyid Muḥammad-i-Isfaháni, who is described by Shoghi Effendi as the “Antichrist of the Bahá’í Revelation...Though He [Baha'u'llah] Himself had stringently forbidden His followers, on several occasions, both verbally and in writing, any retaliatory acts against their tormentors, and had even sent back to Beirut an irresponsible Arab convert, who had meditated avenging the wrongs suffered by his beloved Leader, seven of the companions clandestinely sought out and slew three of their persecutors, among whom were Siyyid Muḥammad and Áqá Ján." (Kitab-i-Aqdas, n192) "will stay in the World for 40 years" The time period between the intimation of revelation of Baha'u'llah (October 1852) and His death (29 May 1892) is approximately 40 years. "he will die" Baha'u'llah had a natural death. This is an important distinction from being martyred. "Muslims will perform the funeral prayer for him." "In the Holy Land during the lifetime of both Baha’u’llah and 'Abdu’l-Baha, the Baha’i Faith was not yet recognized as an independent Faith with its own Prophet and Book and laws. All ceremonies had to be conducted in accordance with Muslim, Christian or Jewish law, and by clergy of those faiths. I recently learned that the first Baha’i funeral in the Holy Land was the funeral of Mirza Muhsin, who had been married to one of Abdu’l-Baha’s daughters. He died during the ministry of Shoghi Effendi. Up to that point, Baha’i funerals were conducted in accordance with (Sunni) Muslim rites, as that was the most recent of the divine revelations." (Brent Poirier, fellow Baha'i) Stay tuned for there are more Islamic prophecies that I am happy to announce that are fulfilled. Keep in mind the nature of narrations (ahadith) and the fact that they cannot be guaranteed of being completely authentic.