I'll try replying in brief with the use of many resources.
When will Dajal appear?
Although the exact time is known only to Allah, but Prophet SAW gave us some signs.
Imaam Ahmad narrated that Jaabir ibn ‘Abd-Allaah (may Allaah be
pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings
of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘The ...
Ad-Dajjal has not been (clearly) mentioned in the Quran for some possible reasons: Maybe because he is one of the worst creatures and to show his low value he was not even mentioned to show this dispraise. On the other hand Pharao was mentioned because his lies (such as 28:38 and 79:24) have been clearly shown off, while ad-Dajjal's lies can only come to ...
It looks like you got the timeline wrong:
Anas (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘The Dajjal will
emerge from among the Jews of Isfahaan, and with him will be seventy
thousand Jews, wearing crowns.’” (Narrated by Ahmad, no. 12865).
With the help of hadiths we get to know ...
الْجَسَّاسَةُ is derived from the root ج س س, which has a general meaning of investigating or spying. This root is also used once in the Qur'an where Allah says, "وَلَا تَجَسَّسُوا وَلَا يَغْتَب بَّعْضُكُم بَعْضًا" and is usually translated as the verb "spy".
Lane's Lexicon has an entry for جَسَّاس, which is the masculine indefinite form of the same word, ...
There are 2 verses in the Qur'an mentions about Gog Magog.
They said, "O Dhul-Qarnayn, indeed Gog and Magog are [great] corrupters in the land. So may we assign for you an expenditure that you might make between us and them a barrier?" (Surat Al-Kahf 18/94)
Until when [the dam of] Gog and Magog has been opened and they, from every elevation, descend. ...
No one would enter paradise unless they died on Islam, believing in all its requirements including in Muhammad ﷺ and the Quran.
ومن يبتغ غير الإسلام دينا فلن يقبل منه وهو في الآخرة من الخاسرين
And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers.
— Quran 3:85
There be no description of their features or any details except they are all liars who claim to be prophet, although there is no prophet after Mohammed (SAW)
The Last Hour would not come until there would arise about thirty
impostors, liars, and each one of them would claim that he is a
messenger of Allah.
According to authentic narrations in Saheeh Muslim, Prophet 'Eesa (Peace be upon him) will descend at the end of times as a just judge. He will break the cross, kill the pigs, and abolish the jizyah(tax paid by non-Muslims in an Islamic state). At that time, money will become so widespread that there will be none left to accept it.
In another similar ...
Your question is two part. one about seeing Jesus a.s. and one about yajooj majooj.
About jooj majooj some hadith said it from signs of judgement day and some said it from signs of rise of Imam Mahdi a.s.. that are confused in some Islamic books.
But those ahadeeth say only they will return and no hadith could be could about found about eating everything. ...
actually I wanted to comment on Kalahari's post, but I can't since my reputation is below 50 ^______^
According to some hadiths they are human. According to some other hadiths, they are not human but some sort of animals which are kept underground and will be released before the arrival of Jesus. It seems that they will mainly attack western lands and ...
Is this Hadith hassan or da'if?
Well i found it in Sunan abi Dawod qualified as hassan by al-Albany.
It could also be found in many books like Musnad al-Imam Ahmad (and this was qulified as da'if by the Muhadith Shoayb al-Arnaot) and also in Sahih ibn Abi Shaybah etc. Now in all the chains there's Abderrahman ibn Thabit ibn Thawban عبد الرحمن بن ثابت بن ...
There's a famous statement of Ali ibn Abi Talib which is quoted in sahih al-bukhari but not translated by the translator on sunnah.com as he quotes the hadith confirming it without quoting the content.
وَقَالَ عَلِيٌّ حَدِّثُوا النَّاسَ، بِمَا يَعْرِفُونَ، أَتُحِبُّونَ أَنْ يُكَذَّبَ، اللَّهُ وَرَسُولُهُ
This statement was explained by a contemporrary ...
Shia scholars argue that Allah has two forms of destination. The destination emerging from Allah's will to guide mankind through, above all, sending messengers. This is called the "legislative will" or مشیت تشریعی.
The second form of destination is called Allah's ontological will or مشیت تکوینی which refers to a number of inviolable laws and features that ...
Assalamu Alaikum ve Rahmatullah.
Brother I have read a part from Risala e Noor. It is a tafseer of quran. In the Rays book. In the 5th Ray Said Nursi makes te'vil of the qiyamah hadiths. I advice you to read all of the 5th ray. But here to make an example, he says:
In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
A point about the verse,
First of all, allow me to congratulate you on pursuing your strength and your enthusiasm in wanting to lend a hand to Issa.
Second, allow me to point out the sexism in your sentence that, even if I am sure is not wanted, can be hurtful to some: saying "I don't whine and gossip" while implying that these are female "attributes" is a bit uncalled for. Make ...
The chain of narrators goes as follows:
Muhammad bin Sabiq told us: that Ibrahim bin Tahman told us: from Abu Al-Zubair from Jabir bin Abdullah
Both Bukhari and Muslim have accepted hadiths from these narrators.
There is, however, one problem with Abu Al-Zubair. He would do tadlees. If such a narrator does not explicitly state that he has heard ...
Fatimah bint Qais narrated that Allah's Prophet(s.a.w) ascended the Minbar, he laughed, and said:
"Verily, Tamim Ad-Dari narrated a story to me, and it made me happy, so I wanted to narrate it to you[what he narrated to me]. Some people among the inhabitants of Palestine traveled by boat in the sea, taking them here and there, until it cast them on an ...