This book, especially relevant in light of the present day strife and unrest in the world, deals with the appearance of the Anti Christ Dajjal and the Gog and Magog Yajuj and Majuj as predicted in the Holy Quran and Hadith....
|Title||:||The Antichrist and Gog and Magog|
|Publisher||:||Ahamiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam December 1, 1992|
|Number of Pages||:||72 pages|
|File Size||:||799 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Antichrist and Gog and Magog Reviews
As the title clearly states, this little reference volume is a fascinating resource (particularly for non-Muslims) for understanding one Islamic sub-group's concept of the Antichrist, Gog and Magog. The author, Maulana Muhammad Ali, was born in Punjab, British India, in 1874. He obtained an M.A. in English and a LL.B. in 1899. He joined this new `fringe group' called the Ahmadiyya Movement in 1897, which he saw as a restored and pure Islamic faith. He died in 1951. Islam is quite vast and complex with many groups and sub-groups. That said, most muslims (worldwide) consider the Ahmadiyya group to be a cult and outside of mainstream Islam. I highly recommend this book.
Very deep and profound source of information. A must read!
First, I am a muslim. So I'm not muslim bashing in the least.
This has got to be one of the best books any Muslim can read. It reveals the truths regarding the mysterious Dajjal and Gog and Magag. The prophecies relating to these figures are explained in such a way as to convince even the most unrelenting critic. What is most satisfying is that the explanations of the prophecies can be witnessed in the world we live in today! Those whose conscience would not allow them to believe in the fairy-tale like stories normally related to this topic, will be overwhelmed to learn the true realistic significance of the prophecies of the antichrist in the latter days as well as the convincing evidence in support of this interpretation (from the Quran, Bible, and Hadith reports). As already mentioned, Muslims wanting to understand the global trials and effects of Islam in the latter days will find this book an invaluable asset.
Karl Marx was mistaken when he said religion is "the opiate of the people." To the contrary, it seems religion is more like a catalyst for violence. Take, for example, the jihad in the Caucasus. In today's turbulent times, it is necessary to go to the source, in order to gain a modicum of understanding. This book explains the Scriptural reasons behind the current conflict in the Caucasus. The Qur'an,like the Christian Bible, speaks of the Antichrist(Dajjal), Gog and Magog (Ya'juj and Ma'juj),and the Beast (Dabbat al-Ard) in connection with the End Times prophesies. Until the dissolution of the USSR, Christian scholars rather simplistically identified Gog and Magog as the USSR or "Russia." More specifically, the Caucasus region.