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Subtle Unislamic Beliefs in Some Modern Healing Modalities

The Esoteric/New Age Movement/Occult/Kabbalah/Hindu/Buddist Philosophy has interwoven itself in many so called alternative “healing” modalities and “self-development,”, courses today. Many Muslims (especially ladies and including ex-madrasah students), are getting involved due to business opportunities, ill health, emotional and relationship issues etc.

These modalities introduce what’s known as the “Universal Energy”, or the “Divine Energy”. Hindus call it Prana, Kabbalah calls it Ein sof, Buddists refer to a Mandala etc.

Ignorant Muslims, try drawing the conclusion, that all these energies are a scientific fact as practitioners very cunningly, mix in a little bit of science, with a lot of bunk! Some Muslim practitioners have the audacity to state, this Universal energy, is actually referring to Allah! (Naouthibillah) Practioners use various methods to try to tap into this energy, under a variety of names. This Universal Consciousness/Energy is supposedly the source of “miraculous powers”. From financial abundance, to good health, to emotional healing, spiritual enlightenment, material prosperity etc etc.

NONE of these methods are in keeping with Quraan or sunnah nor were discovered by muslims. This leads to the obvious conclusion, that only non muslims have been “guided” to these methodologies and their theory is, that by adopting certain modalities, “wonderful” things can happen to both the Muslim and Non Muslim. At this point the muslims antenna of imaan should be buzzing like crazy!

Some of the concepts and/or modalities are;

1) The Law of Attraction.

This is not a real law at all. It is not like the law of gravity. It is made up. It comes from ancient hermetic philosophy and is practiced in Kabbalah. No scientist accepts this law and it is too stupid to even call, pseudo science! The theory behind this is, that you can control your own reality, as well as how your life unfolds by focusing completely positive thoughts or “wishes” and expecting them to materialise by saying daily affirmations or words. Again, this is not dua, as dua may or may not materialise in this world, while this philosophy, is a “sure thing”

There are entire courses that are currently being presented by Muslims, which appears to be so well grounded on Islamic principles, but it is purely based on this false belief, so muslims need to take cognisance.

2) Meditation and Guided Meditation.

Not at all to be confused by the Islamic type of meditation or muraqaba. This is a Zen or Buddhist type practice. There are different types of concentration exercises, to get “guidance”, “peace”, good health and connection to the divine, so you can aquire the ability, to control your reality. Some include :

-playing alpha waves.

-mentally un blocking the chakras (Google the word and see for yourself the origins)

– guided meditations that take you into your mind, where guardians (others call them angels) wait to “inspire” you with your work, daily life etc

– the calling of “people” from the past, future or present, who you can speak to.

– the emptying the mind for certain periods of time and allowing “enlightenment in” etc

3) Raising Ones Vibrations.

Various methods are use which may combine other methods and even include instruments like “tuning forks” and Vogel crystals (a crystal cut in the pattern of the Kabbalah tree of life) etc. The objective is to become more enlightened and bring your body into “balance”. Muslims are often told, “It’s like when you meet a pious person and you feel positive “vibes.” Please dont be fooled by this! The practioners are clear that these so called “positive vibes” they refer to, are not reserved just for pious Muslims, but sinful muslims as well and non muslims can have them too! Many yogis, Buddhist monks, self help presenters etc all claim “raised vibrations.”

While our pious muslims undoubtedly have a genuine positive and noorani asr about them, remember this was aquired by self control, shunning sins, abundance of ibaadat and the love and obedience to Allah ta ala and is NOT what these other unbelievers and sinful muslims are carrying. See this quote by Hazrath Bayaazid Bustami rahmatullah alayh:

“Even if you see a person who has been given extraordinary powers (karamat) and is able to sit cross-legged, floating in the air, do not be taken in immediately. First of all, check to see that he abides by the divine commandments and prohibitions, that he maintains the divine limits, that he properly carries out the rulings of the sharia’. If this is not the case, then this is not karamat but rather istidraaj”.

4) Distance Healing

This is supposedly sending curative “energy” long distance through or with the “energies”. This is nothing at all connected to dua, as people apparently are “healed” or at least feel better immediately over a simple telephone call. Its origins are from Reiki (which is completely and purely the result, from a Buddist monk’s 21 day fast and meditation!) and both Muslim and non-Muslims can perform these “feats.”

5) Neuro Linguistic Programming

While this is not a tapping into “divine” energy, it is a type of hypnotherapy used to influence people to be more favourable to their suggestions (whatever they may be). They claim you will be able to acquire “success” in business, in love, in life pursuits, in counselling etc.

Allowing someone to invade your “head space”, is not only atrocious and offensive, but has many potential dangers. Even a slightly corrupted individual, can have a field day with you, if you are a susceptible individual! However when NLP practitioners use their “skills” and do this WITHOUT your knowledge, then this should be considered criminal!

Muslims should watch out for a type of rambling conversation, an effort to mimic your body movements and attempts to “anchor” you by touching you at certain points or the use of auditory or verbal expressions, to see if you are being NLP’ed! (Mention of NLP has specifically been made as many of the practioners of the other methods, are registered NLP practitioners.

Many women who have alhumdolillah come out, express the same sentiment… “I have no idea why I couldn’t see or known better” (Something to ponder over!)

6) Allowing the “Energy” of the universe to “unblock” causes of illness, emotional problems, mental issues etc.

One of the most common modalities and most accepted in our community. Most have their roots in Reiki, as well as Hinduism, but many mix and match and then claim to have their own modality.

This is just a brief summary of some of the dangers out there. Muslims should not be a nation of gullible fools, that swallow anything and everything fed to them. Use Quraan, Sunnah and the pious Ulama as our ultimate guides, and inshallah you will never go wrong.

Allah Ta’ala save us all..

Author: Unkown

Ibn Sayyaad – Dajjaal?

By Mujlisul Ulama

Is Ibn Sayyaad, the Yahoodi mentioned in the Hadith, the Dajjaal who will appear during the time of Imaam Mahdi (Alayhis salaam)? It appears that some Sahaabah were of the understanding that Ibn Sayyaad was Dajjaal. 

Ibn Sayyaad also known as Ibnus Saa-id was a Yahoodi. There is much mystery surrounding this character. Once when Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallahu anhu) met him, Hadhrat Umar for some reason gained the impression that this was Dajjaal. He sought permission from Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to kill Ibn Sayyaad. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “If he is indeed Dajjaal, then you have not been appointed to kill him.” In other words: You will not be able to kill him because Isaa (Alayhis salaam) has been appointed by Allah Ta’ala to slay Dajjaal. 

Thus, this clarification by Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), the killing by Nabi Isaa (Alayhis salaam), Dajjaal’s appearance during the age of Imaam Mahdi (Alayhis salaam), Hadhrat Tameemud Daari (Radhiyallahu anhu) and other Sahaabah having personally seen and met the giant Dajjaal on an island where he was chained, Dajjaal being unaware at that time that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had already appeared, and his expressing joy when he was informed by the Sahaabi that Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had already appeared, all of this confirm that Ibn Sayyaad was not the real Dajjaal mentioned by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to appear in close proximity to Qiyaamah.

One explanation for the understanding or misunderstanding of Ibn Sayyaad being the promised Dajjaal is that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had said that before the actual Dajjaal’s appearance a number of small dajjaals will appear. He was one such ‘dajjaal’ just as the Tariq Jameel dajjaal in our current era. There have been similar dajjaals throughout the history of Islam. Another mini dajjaal is the mickey-mouse dajjaal known as ‘mufti’ Menk as well as others of his ilk.

Another fact is that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had said that Dajjaal will not be able to enter Makkah and Madinah. But Ibn Sayyaad was in Madinah and he went to Makkah for Hajj or Umrah. Adding to the mystery is the disappearance of Ibn Sayyaad from the scene.

Furthermore, there is a host of signs and acts mentioned in the Hadith about the actual Dajjaal. None of these were demonstrated by Ibn Sayyaad. Also, the actual Dajjaal will appear during the era of Imaam Mahdi (Alayhis salaam) in close proximity to Qiyaamah while Ibn Sayyaad lived during the time of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

Although there is some mystery about him, there is certitude that he is not the actual Dajjaal who will appear during the time of Imaam Mahdi. It will be Nabi Isaa (Alayhis salaam) who will kill him.

This is a brief account of Ibn Sayyaad. There is further academic discussion and other narratives on this issue, but for the sake of brevity we have dispensed with it.

A Trip Down Al-Aqsa Lane

By Hamza Saleem

Recently I had the honour of visiting Palestine, more specifically Jerusalem and its neighbouring areas in arguably a time where it has never been safer to do so. The home of the first Qiblah of our Prophet (salla Allāhu ‘alayhi wassalam) and the second instituted masjid ever created on earth; but a more fitting term for this location in accordance with our religiously charged time is the most militarised state in the world. I hope to convey some unconventional reflections from my trip to provide an insight into the land which the world does not see, nor does it want seen. And perhaps for those sitting on the fence, contemplating whether they should make the trip or not with all the conflict, this article could be the answer to your istikhāra you were praying in that regard.

The words of wisdom and caution we received before travelling brimmed us with hope but also fear, fuelled from doubts we read and heard from friends and stories back home. We arrived at Tel Aviv International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in the country in the late afternoon. Seeing the sheer number of people in the queues was exhausting, paving the way for thoughts to wonder about what could potentially go wrong. When I reached the immigration desk, after a few checks on my passport, I was asked what my father’s name and grandfather’s name was. Happy to comply, I gave them what they asked for but instead of letting me go through, I was then asked to wait in a different area as they had to make some “further checks”, fuelling doubts about whether there were discrepancies in my lineage!

To my amusement, more than half of the group was told to wait here, with no prejudice against age, attire or ethnicity, and almost everyone being asked about their paternal family names even though to this day we struggle to see the correlation. After two hours (apparently a relatively short wait), our passports were returned, and alhamdulillāh we were all granted entry into the country.

On the way to the hotel, our guide shared with us a profound gem to summarise this segment of our journey, one that can be applied to all walks of life; not just when you are travelling to lands of oppression. The scholars of Islām say to help us manage our fear, anxiety and general apprehension of the unknown that “the overwhelming majority of things that we fear for the future, never actually end up happening”. It wouldn’t be wrong to assume that like myself, most of our group was worried we would be refused entry and thus spent money we wouldn’t get back, but if we comprehend the reality of this statement, to place our reliance upon Allāh, our heart will be able to rest. This was the land of all the Prophets and Messengers and they were all men who were reliant upon Allāh.

We had to wait two hours, which in hindsight is nothing compared to those who live near the focal point, Masjid Al-Aqsā, who have never been allowed to pray in it. They can see it, hear it and even smell it, but despite being a stone’s throw away they haven’t had the chance to visit, yet Allāh invited us from the UK and allowed such an easy passage. We were reminded that He had favoured us, and this is a good omen and an indication to make the most of our visit. And the next morning we did.

We headed to Masjid Al-Aqsā for the Fajr Salāh. And as we climbed the steep path towards the compound site, I cast my first sight at the checkpoints and Israeli soldiers I had been warned of back home, but not before I saw a depressing sight. With the Aqsā compound only a few hundred metres away, there were needy Palestinian elderly, women and children, after every other footstep just sitting alongside the wall. My advice for those who are preparing their trip to Palestine is to collect sadaqah from your family and friends with the sole intention of giving it to the Palestinians. Unfortunately, we fail to realise the disparity between our lavish lifestyles in the west in comparison to others. We expect good service in every avenue of life and if we feel we aren’t shown this, we complain. Across the world, they don’t have that right to exercise their opinion on matters due to the struggle between political powers, and they have been relegated to a life of poverty.

Passing the numerous wild cats, we made our way up the stairs with the peak of the golden dome slowly revealing itself in its majestic nature, you couldn’t help to pause to take it all in. No descriptive language or even pictures and videos can replicate what it meant to be within that vicinity. The strike of the sunlight against the dome hadn’t even come, yet we were still greeted by a beautiful sight. As we made our way towards the Masjid, there was a stunning outdoor wudū’ fountain placed between the golden dome and Masjid Al-Aqsā. Just as we were heading into the Masjid there was a man outside giving dates, baklava and tea to all the attendees which further boosted that unified community spirit.

I naturally assumed that although it was a Friday, this Fajr prayer will be the calm before the inevitable storm for the peak of the congregation will be at Jumu’ah. I was wrong. Even arriving in good time, the closest spot I could find was five rows behind the Imām. To give you a visual representation, the Masjid is 184 feet wide and can hold up to 5,000 worshippers.

Later came the time of Jumu’ah and if there was ever a sight befitting of the caption ‘strength in numbers’, it was here. The “Āmīn” was a roar, but a welcome roar. A volume that I myself have never been exposed to with all that is going on in the world and the future of this Muslim civilisation remaining uncertain especially in this part of the world. But Muslims of all different shapes and sizes, ethnicities and origins, hairstyles and beards could come together in one location to remain united in the glorification of Allāh, despite the distractions and external forces lingering outside. However, this blessed day aside, those numbers were sourly missing and it was clear to see the need for many more to travel to this neglected land.

After a quick kick about of football with the local Palestinian children, we were given time to tour the markets. It was heartening to see shawarma shop owners give directions to other businesses selling falafel, knowing full well it was not going to further their business or their financial gains. Actions reminiscent of the people of Salahuddin al-Ayyūbi, the great conqueror who recaptured Jerusalem from the crusaders. When he disguised himself to walk among his people to gauge whether they were ready for battle. He found that the shop owners would direct customers to their fellow shop owners, when they had made enough money to feed their family for the day, so they wished for their neighbours to be able to do the same.

It was also in the market area that I came to see the manifestation of Israel’s mandatory military service. Average people you would find on a high street but give them a uniform and a gun and suddenly they become very intimidating. The “soldiers” weren’t all bad with some clearly seeming like their job was a chore. I still recall the time a young Palestinian child innocently shook the soldier’s hand with a smile and that was the first time I saw their human side before their combative mask.

On my penultimate day in Jerusalem, I bumped into a father of six, who works as a window maker. He casually started a conversation with me while we were both performing wudū’. Just as we were walking to Al-Aqsā for the evening prayers, and seemingly as we were going to part ways I said to him that “we make du’ā for you” to which he said words that will echo with me for a while.

“It is not enough to make duʿā, we have to do our bit. The help of the Muslim countries will come. Not now, but soon. Not yet, later.”

Admittedly, I’ve always had a taste for the theatrical, so his response took me by surprise, but delving past the astonishment, I concluded that this man, in addition to the places I visited in Palestine, was teaching me one thing: Taqwa. We have too much fear in our hearts for regulations and disbelievers, but we should divert this fear towards our Creator. We often ask “what we can do to help the situation in Palestine?” but the answer has always been in the Qur’ān.

“Indeed, Allāh will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.” [Surah Ra’d] 13:11]

We can’t always blame others for the situation that we are in. We need to make it incumbent upon ourselves to rectify our affairs, internally and externally. This is “our bit”; by aspiring to be closer to Allāh and increasing our Taqwa by eradicating our habitual sins – which need to stop if we are truly sincere in our pursuit of helping the Ummah. Because our sins that we commit daily, wherever we are in the world, affect our brothers and sisters in Palestine and the Ummah at large.

To meet this criterion for some includes to strategise and campaign on how to change the situation in Palestine. Sometimes people higher up in the political chain can’t speak about these things, so we, as ordinary working class people must utilise our immense power to speak out without being put down. Then, if in our lifetime, the call for help comes to support our fellow brothers and sisters for the liberation of Jerusalem, we can be part of it.

My parting advice to anyone reading this is to visit the land and don’t fall prey to the political propaganda our screens are feeding us. Al-Aqsā’s past, present and future will always be divisive because this is a sacred area for all major religions. Link yourselves to your heritage, not by being sightseers or visitors of tombs and graves. Go to glorify Allāh (subhānahu wa taʿālā), to give salām and support the locals in their cause, to make duʿā, engage in salāh and to pursue barakah.

Barakah can be loosely translated as ‘blessing’, but as mentioned by an Arabic linguist, it is when something remains where it is. Allāh placed his Barakah around Al-Aqsā and this is proven in the Qur’ān when He speaks about Al-Aqsā; noticeably describing it as a place of barakah for the whole world. In the context of the night journey, Allāh said in the Qur’ān:

“Exalted is He who took His servant by night from Masjid al-Harām to Masjid al-Aqsā, whose surrounds we have blessed, to show him of Our signs. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Seeing.” [Surah al-Isra’ 17:1]

Allāh placed his barakah around this destination; the centre of monotheism where the cradle of culture meets the cradle of civilisation. Thus, you and I must in our heart have an allegiance and a love towards that which was dwelled in by the Prophets of Allāh.

May Allāh grant the freedom of Masjid Al-Aqsā and to our brothers and sisters in Palestine.

Courtesy of : https://www.islam21c.com/islamic-thought/a-trip-down-al-aqsa-lane/

Christian & Jewish Beliefs Regarding The Return Of The Messiah and Plots Against Masjid Al-Aqsa

Islaam, Christianity, and Judaism all believe in the coming of the leader of the great and final battle whom they all call the Messiah.

The Jews are looking forward to his coming because they claim he will bring about God’s kingdom on Earth, after the establishment of a Jewish nation in Palestine. They await a leader from among the children of Prophet Dawud, alayhes salam. According to Imaam Ibnul Qayyim, when this leader “moves his lips in prayers all the nations will die.” They claim that he is the promised Messiah, and call him the ‘Prince of Peace’. Believing that he will make all mankind subservient to the state of Israel, they are preparing for his arrival by gathering in Palestine. According to their beliefs, he will come to rule the Earth and reside in Jerusalem, which he will take as his capital. The person they are waiting for is the Dajjal, whom the Christians call the Antichrist. This is why the majority of the Dajjal’s followers will be from the Jews.

The Christians and the Muslims agree that this promised Messiah leader is Eesa (Alayhis salaam) who will descend from heaven and return to Earth to lead the great battle. This battle will be led by Eesa (alayhis salaam) against the Dajjal and his followers.

The Christians believe that before the second coming of Eesa (alayhis salaam), those who believe in Eesa (alayhis salaam) as the son of God will experience ‘the rapture’ when they will be raised up into the heavens to meet their Lord, and thereby will be saved from the Antichrist. They base their belief on the corrupted text of the Bible: “For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ [i.e., the dead Christians] will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord.” (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17). The rest of the people will be left to perish with the king of darkness, son of Satan. 

“Then the king [Dajjal] shall do according to his own will: He shall exalt and magnify himself above every god, shall speak blasphemies against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the wrath has been accomplished; for what has been determined shall be done” (Daniel 11:36).

The Christians believe that the Armageddon will take place in a small valley called Meggido in Palestine. They claim that the battle which will be led by Eesa (alayhis salaam) against the Dajjal and his followers, will be crowned by victory for the Christians and the complete destruction of the non-Christians who will all drown in a lake of fire burning with brimstone. This is based on the corrupted text of the Bible: “Then I saw an angel standing in the sun; and he cried with a loud voice, saying to all the birds that fly in the midst of heaven, ‘Come and gather together for the supper of the great God, that you may eat the flesh of kings, the flesh of captains, the flesh of mighty men, the flesh of horses, and of those who sit on them, and the flesh of all people both free and slave, both small and great.’ And I saw the beast, the kings of the Earth, and their armies gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse against his army. Then the beast was captured, and with him the false prophet who worked signs in his presence, by which he deceived those who received the mark of the beast, and those who worshipped his image. These two were cast alive into the lake of fire burning with brimstone. And the rest were killed with the sword which proceeded from the mouth of him who sat on the horse. And all the birds were filled with their flesh.” (Revelation 19:17-21)

Why the Judeo-Christian Alliance in Palestine?

Allaah the Exalted said: “O you who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians for friends. They are but friends of one another” [5:51]. Although they differ in their theories of the outcome of al-Malhamah, the Jews and Christians have become allied against the Muslims in Palestine. Al-Aqsa Masjid is located in Jerusalem and is the third holiest site for Muslims. 

According to the corrupted text of the Old Testament, all of the Jews must return to Palestine and establish a Temple in the exact location of al-Aqsa before the Messiah will come. It is from this perspective that both the Jews and the Christians agree on the establishment of the state of Israel, and the immigration of all the Jews to Palestine. The Christians believe that the Messiah will come at the end of the Gregorian millennium, and rule on Earth for one thousand years. Allaah says: “Each [one of us, for the outcome of this] is waiting, so wait, and assuredly you shall know who are the travelers on the even path, and who is guided.” [20:135].

Masjid Al-Aqsa is in Danger

The Christians, specially the evangelicals, believe that Eesa (alayhis salaam) will kill the Dajjal who would be a Jew as well as his followers. But they believe that all of the Jews will convert to Christianity after the defeat of the Dajjal. Therefore the Christians do not object to the gathering of the Jews in Jerusalem. The Jews, however, believe that their victory and the re-establishment of their state will not take place until the ‘Temple’ has been rebuilt. This temple will have to be built in the same spot on which al-Aqsa exists today. They are waiting for signs that cause this to happen but because they believe that they can (and should) hasten their occurrence, they would like very much see al-Aqsa Masjid be destroyed sooner than later. They are, however, ready to rebuild the temple anytime now because they have taken all the necessary steps to prepare for that. Some are mentioned in the following:

PREMEDITATED AGGRESSION

‘The temple’ is an ancient name for the chosen place of worship before Islaam. The temple that existed two millenniums ago in Jerusalem represented the steps of Al-Aqsa mosque before Islaam. The Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, was asked about the first Masjid ever built. He said: “Al-Masjid al-Haram (in Makkah),” and when asked about the second Masjid, he said: “Al-Masjid al-Aqsa,” then he added that between the two were forty years (Bukhari). Both were built by prophet Ibrahim, alayhis salaam. The first temple that was built was destroyed around 587 BC at the hands of the king of Babylon, and the second temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE and was not rebuilt since.

At the advent of Islaam the great event of al-Israa (The night journey of the Prophet from Makkah to Jerusalem) was an indication that the area has become the heritage of the Muslims, and that such a sacred place should not stay at the hands of disbelievers. Therefore freeing the land from them was the Muslims’ immediate goal after uniting the Arabian Peninsula (hence the battle of Tabuk). Now after two thousand years of the destruction of the temple and 1344 years of the building of al-Aqsa mosque the Jews want to destroy the mosque and rebuild a third temple at its place. Unfortunately they have made great steps toward this goal:

Occupation of al-Quds by the Jews:

Al-Quds (Jerusalem), the town where al-Aqsa Masjid was built, has been half eaten by the Jews when they annexed its Western part after the 1948 war. Now they have a plan (called Jerusalem 2000) to swallow the Eastern part, where Muslims are. First, Jewish settlers invaded the area which was 100% inhabited by Palestinians, to the point that the town became ‘a stronghold of the radical Jews’ (Newsweek 9/5/96). Their goal is to assure a strong Jewish majority in the Eastern town. Second, urban sprawl is allowed for the Jewish settlers all around the town to isolate it from the rest of the Palestinian land and hence its annexation would become easier.

Collecting holy stones to build the temple:

On 1989 the Jews claimed that they found a ‘holy’ stone weighing more than five tons which they put as the foundation stone for the third temple near al-Aqsa Masjid. Since then, they went on a frenzy looking for holy stones everywhere, even uprooting the city’s pavements to look for them. The radical Jews prepared everything according to their rituals to build the temple. They brought stones from the Neguev desert to be cut and polished in Jerusalem. They will need six million stones. ‘It is no more a secret that the temple has been designed in the USA by American Jewish architects. The blueprints are at the disposition of the Israeli government.’ (France Agence Press, August 1997).

Other preparations are underway to revive the rituals that were practiced in the temple. The altar is now ready. Rabbis are preparing whole generations to attend to the execution of the rituals. All utensils, such as recipients and even prayer rugs that would be needed once the temple is built are now ready.

The menorah, the tabut, and the sacred cow:

For the Jews, the sacredness of the temple is not complete without the menorah, their religious symbol. The Jews believe that the menorah which was in the first temple still exists, and was saved from fire when this later was burned down, but it has been missed since then. They are incessantly looking for it. Meanwhile, a huge menorah costing three million dollars was made of gold to be put in the temple.

The Jews are also looking for the tabut (the Ark of the Covenant) a wooden box containing a remnant of what Musa and Harun left behind (Muslims believe that this tabut was given to the people of Israel as a sign of the kingship of Saul as stated in the Qur’an 2:248). They believe that exists buried under the rubbles of the first temple. To search for it, they are undertaking extensive excavations under al-Aqsa Masjid!

In summary, the Jews have got everything ready before even the temple is built. But they cannot start building until they get a sign from God as they believe. This sign is a red cow that should fulfill the description mentioned in their book. This cow would be slaughtered and burned and its ashes would be used to ‘purify’ the people of Israel, for you see none can enter the temple without being purified, and the Jews believe that they all are impure now until they are cleaned by the cow’s remains! Well this cow they claim was born in 1997. “The ritual slaughter of the red cow will take place three years after its birth; the count down to the great return of the Jews to their original place of worship, and the glad tidings of he coming of the savior, the Messiah. The attempt to accomplish this return will lead to an unforgettable beginning of the third millennium.” (The Observer, 9/7/97)

Excavations under the Masjid

This perhaps is the most dangerous and most malicious plot to destroy the mosque. These excavations have been going on for decades and are still underway. The goal is: to empty the ground under the two mosques, al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock, leaving them standing on hollow foundations so that they are vulnerable to collapse at the slightest natural or man-made tremor. Of course the Israeli government does not reveal this goal, but claims that the only purpose of the excavations is archeological; to find the remains of the second temple and other artifacts.

Digging tunnels under al-Aqsa:

These operations not only contribute to threatening the foundations of the mosque but also will facilitate and complement the project of the temple in future phases. In September 1996 a tunnel has been officially inaugurated, an indication that the steps to turn the mosque into a Jewish temple has officially started. Other tunnels are being dug under the Masjid, which means that now the Jews share the area with the Muslims. These tunnels can be used temporarily for worship, while the Israeli government has put electronic screens inside them showing al-Quds (Jerusalem), and at the place of al-Aqsa Masjid and the Dome of the Rock, the Jewish temple is shown surrounded by new buildings of Jewish architecture.

Also Read: The Mystery Beneath Masjid Al Aqsa and the Dajjalic “New World Order”

The Reality of the “Dele Alli Challenge” – Salute to Shaytaan Mal’oon

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ATTENTION!

Please DO NOT take part in this challenge!. It is a sign associated with the Illuminati and a Satanic symbol “👌” which means “666”. It is also considered a sign of the Dajjal and if you do this it means you are part of the Satanic army or mission. Astaghfirullah Rabbi!

IF you have basic knowledge of the Illuminati, you will know how they are spreading and affecting the population in general. Things you don’t even know or think about have some form of it in them. One has to be mindful of what one is doing. Do some research for yourself if you do not believe me.

On the Day of Judgement, we all will be accountable for things we did knowingly were a sin or unknowingly sinned. Wallahu ‘Alam!

NOTE: It is my job to inform you. It is up to you whether you take it or leave it. I only say May ALLAH TA’ALA guide you to the straight path! Ameen!

Those who want proof go learn about Illuminati symbols yourself, We also have some articles on it:

1. How the World has been Hijacked and Controlled by the Zionists Free Masonic Scum

2. The Hidden evil plan for the New World Order [The Secret World]

3. The Mystery Beneath Masjid Al Aqsa and the Dajjalic “New World Order”

And if you don’t even know about Dajjal, he will be the one eyed man who will emerge towards the end of time. But, even scholars say that minor or smaller dajjals present even in the time we are in. This is a form of it.

Learn and increase your own knowledge about Islam by studying about Dajjal for yourself!

Please get yourself and others benefited from this post spread awareness for good cause.

The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: “The one who guides to something good has a reward similar to that one doing it.” [Muslim]

Jamarat’s Obelisk Pillars and the Saudis

By Zubeir Awal

What are the Obelisk?

I’ve being doing a lot of research and this is not conspiracy, if anything it’s the truth. Obelisk today may be known as a monument that points to the sky, here is some academic quotes mentioning the purpose of the obelisk;

One Luciferian author writes that:

“… the lingam [male phallus] was an upright pillar” [W. Wynn Wescott, Numbers: Their Occult Power and Mystic Virtues, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1902, p. 33] 

The Egyptians created the obelisk, believing that the spirit of the Sun god, Ra, dwelt in there. [H.L. Hayward, Symbolic Masonry: An Interpretation of the Three Degrees, Washington, D.C., Masonic Service Association of the United States, 1923, p. 207; ‘Two Pillars’ Short Talk Bulletin, Sept., 1935, Vol. 13, No 9; Charles Clyde Hunt, Some Thoughts On Masonic Symbolism, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1930, p. 101]

A Masonic author both admit that these pillars of the obelisk were used to represent sex [Hayward, Symbolic Masonry: An Interpretation of the Three Degrees, Washington, D.C., Masonic Service Association of the United States, 1923, p. 206-7 and Rollin C. Blackmer, The Lodge and the Craft: A Practical Explanation of the Work of Freemasonry, St. Louis, The Standard Masonic Publishing Co., 1923, p. 94]

Some of the naysayers might just label this as conspiracy bull but I frankly don’t care as it is not my intention to cater to their likings, what I am surprised with is the significance of this monument and the shape of it in Jamarat likewise. Phallic symbols have been found by archaeological expeditions all over the world, and they are usually interpreted as an expression of the (nafsaani/shaitaani kufr) human desire for reproduction and sex. Phallic worship in ancient Greece centered around Priapus (the son of Aphrodite) and the Orphic and Dionysiac cults. In Rome, the most important form of phallic worship was that of the cult of Cybele and Attis; prominent during the empire, this cult was notorious for its festive excesses and its yearly “Day of Blood, during which the frenzied participants wounded themselves with knives; self-inflicted castration, a pre-requisite for admittance into the priest caste of this phallic cult, took place during the festival. In India, the deity Shiva was often represented by and worshipped as a phallic symbol called the lingam. Phallic worship has also been practiced among the Egyptians in the worship of Osiris; among the Japanese, who incorporated it into Shinto; and among the Native Americans, such as the Mandan, who had a phallic buffalo dance. 

‘Baal’ is just another idol that Iblees la’een crafted for the hell-bounded polytheists to worship, now Iblees himself is a cunning logician and there’s no doubt about that. Every despot nation in the world hosts this symbolic monument, and therefore it’s significance should not go unnoticed, if we are beings of intelligence then surely we should leave every stone unturned. So Iblees the Accursed gave everyone this phallic symbol of a male reproductive organ, here are some of the most famous phallic obelisks in the world;

Washington D.C:

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Ruins of Ancient Egypt:

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St Peter’s Square, Vatican:

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London, (the Obelisk was taken from Alexandria, 1878):

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Paris:

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And it goes on and on. Phallic worship was part of ancient polytheist religions that we Muslims clearly know have heavy satanic influence, what’s surprising is that the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) ordering everyone to stone a Phallic obelisk 7 times during Hajj, stating that you are attacking satan when doing this practice. This was the ‘Jamarat’ before the deconstruction and reconstruction, this small monument was stoned by Muslims for more than a thousand years, its shape is identical to the monuments in the world’s powerful cities (Washington, London, New York, Paris, Rome etc…) 

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What surprised me is that in 2004, the Saudi authorities decided to blow up this obelisk and then replace it with three walls that are to be stoned

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But in the process they have left an obelisk ontop of Arafat as it is, where people enscribe their names and hold onto it like it’s some kind of sacred relic, at the time of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) there was no monument ontop of Arafat, if anything were bid’ah it is the removing of the original jamarat that had the shape of the satanic obelisk and replace it with a wall, but leaving the obelisk ontop of Arafat, that can constitute as a Bid’ah.

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All these hujjaj rushing to touch this obelisk that absolutely has no prevalence when the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) stood at this mountain and gave his final sermon, this monument was not there then! So why are they touching it as if it’s the bricks of the Ka’batullah? They were stoning the obelisk and now they are holding it, kissing it and enscribing their names on it.

May Allah guide us to the Right Path. Aameen.

The “Dajjal’s Palace” built by the Saudi Dynasty near Madinah

By Zubeir Awal

We are witnessing words of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) manifest themselves in our lifetimes.

Narrated by Anas bin Malik
The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said, “There will be no town which Ad-Dajjal will not enter except Makkah and Madinah, and there will be no entrance (road) (of both Makkah and Madinah) but the angels will be standing in rows guarding it against him, and then Madinah will shake with its inhabitants thrice and Allah will expel all the non-believers and the hypocrites from it.”

Now with that above shown, take a look at this hadith and remember it as it is relevant to the topic:

“I have five names, I am Muhammad, I am Ahmad, I am 
al-Mahi (The eraser) with whom Allah erases blasphemy, I am 
al-Hashir whom people will be assembled after, and I am
‘Aaqib (the last of all of the prophets).”

The following hadith is da’eef but it correlates with the two hadith above, in other words, it’s relevant:

The Messenger of Allah Sallallahu alaihi wasallam once addressed the people saying: “The Day of Deliverance, what is the Day of Deliverance!” and repeating it thrice. He was asked: “What is the Day of Deliverance?” He said: “The Dajjal (The Imposter of the End of Time) will come, climb on top of Jabal Habshi, look at Madinah, and say to his Companions: Do you see this white palace? This is the mosque of Ahmad. Then he will approach Madinah only to find on each path an angel with drawn sword. He will reach the wasteland of Al-Jurf and make camp. Madinah will then shake thrice and no hypocrite man or woman, nor corrupt man or woman will fail to go out to join him. This is the Day of Deliverance!” (Ahadith about the signs of The Hour, Mustafa Al-Adawi)

Jabal Habshi:

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Now the traditional boundaries of the Madinatul Munawarrah is this:

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While today Madinah has expanded beyond this and deep into the outskirts of Madinah

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The red circle in the image is Jabal Habshi, Jabal Habshi is 7km from the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)’s mosque.

Now what is this palace I’m talking about?, Interestingly, the Saudi’s, intentionally or unintentionally have decided to build a complex large infrastructure ‘palace’ at the top of Jabal Habshi, and calling it “The Kingdom’s Palace”. Pilgrims to Madinah from around the world have said that the locals refer it to “Dajjal’s palace”. Here is the building:

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For whatever the reason why this is being built, it is being built on a significant site.

Take a look at the line of sight between Jabal Habshi, and the mosque of the prophet, despite 7km apart, ontop of Jabal Habshi you can directly see the mosque of the prophet and it’s minarets, thus verifying that dajjal will stand there and point towards the mosque saying ” That white palace is the palace of Ahmad”.

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The circled red in the image is the mosque of the prophet, ofcourse in which at night and in person on the Jabal Habshi, you will be able to spot it because of it’s bright white lights that shine in the dark.

May Allah Ta’ala save the Ummah from the fitnah of Dajjal and its evil System. Aameen.