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Thursday, July 01, 2010

Dajjal will appear

The 158th verse of An’am Sura purports: “On the day when some of the signs of your Lord come, believing then will be of no avail to a person who did not believe before, or who did not earn some good through his faith.” Our master the Prophet explained this verse as follows:

(When these three things appear, believing then will be of no avail to a person who did not believe before, or who did not earn some good through his faith: the sun’s rising in the west, Dajjal, and Dabbat-ul-ard.) [Muslim, Tirmidhi, Bayhaqi]

(Dajjal will emerge from the East.) [Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Ibn Maja, Imam-i Ahmad, Ibn Abi Shayba, Hakim]

(Dajjal is blind in one eye.) [Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, Abu Nu’aym]

(Dajjal is short and has curly hair.) [Abu Dawud]

(Dajjal cannot enter Mecca and Medina). [Bukhari, Muslim, Muwatta, Tirmidhi, Imam-i Ahmad]

(Dajjal will not have children.) [Imam-i Ahmad]

(Dajjal will come forth and claim divinity. He who believes in his divinity will become a disbeliever.) [Ibn Abi Shayba]

(From Adam to Doomsday, there is no fitnah greater than Dajjal.) [Muslim]

(Dajjal will kill a person and then resurrect him.) [Bukhari, Muslim]

(I also saw Dajjal on Mi’raj.) [Bukhari, Muslim, Imam-i Ahmad]

(‘Isa will descend and kill Dajjal.) [Muslim, Abu Dawud]

(After ‘Isa kills Dajjal, there will be no hostility between two people.) [Muslim]

(Medina will expel Dajjal, just as a pair of bellows expels rust from iron.) [Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi]

(Every prophet frightened his people with Dajjal.) [Bukhari, Muslim]

(These three things are of the essence of îmân: A person who says “La ilaha ill-Allah” cannot be called a disbeliever on the grounds that he commits sins; jihad will continue until the last member of this Ummah fights Dajjal; and belief in qadar.) [Abu Dawud]

(Of my Ummah, those who continue on the right path will also fight Dajjal.) [Abu Dawud]

(While ‘Isa is fighting Dajjal, Mahdi will be with him.) [Imam-i Suyuti]

(Hasten to do good deeds before one of the seven things befall you. What are you waiting for to do good deeds? Are you waiting for poverty and wealth that will lead you astray, or disease that will disable you, or old age that will leave you with an unsound mind, or sudden death, or Dajjal, or Doomsday? Doomsday is the worst of all.) [Tirmidhi, Nasai]

(Take refuge in Allah from the fitnah of Dajjal.) [Muslim, Abu Dawud]

(Anyone who memorizes ten verses from the beginning or from the end of Kahf Sura will be safe from the evils of Dajjal.) [Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Imam-i Ahmad]

(Doomsday will not come before ten presages appear. One of them is Dajjal.) [Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Ibn Maja]

When our master the Prophet said, “The final days of Dajjal will be very short, so much so that when one of you exits the gate of Medina, evening will fall before he reaches its hill,” they asked, “O Messenger of Allah! How will we perform salat during those short days?” In answer to their question, he stated, “You will make an estimate of it as you make an estimate of it during those long days” [Ibn Maja].

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