Truly We have granted you a clear victory, so that Allah may forgive you your earlier errors and any later ones and complete His blessing upon you, and guide you on a Straight Path and so that Allah may help you with a mighty help. (Surat al-Fath, 1-3)
“Four people became kings on Earth. Two are believers, two are unbelievers. The believers are Dhu'l-Qarnayn (as) and the Prophet Solomon (as); the unbelievers are Nimrod and Bakhtinasr (Nebuchadnezzar). One from the people of my house [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] will come as the fifth, and he will be king on Earth. (Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi Akhir az-Zaman, p. 10)
Belief in the Mahdi is not essential in Sunni belief, but it is essential in Shiism,” he says. But belief in the Mahdi is obligatory. I fail to understand how they make no connection with faith. In other words, it is unlawful in Sunni belief to deny the Mahdi. It is unlawful to deny the return of Jesus the Messiah. This is an article of faith. If someone says that drinking wine is lawful, and you say it is not an article of faith, then that is totally wrong. Islam requires people to abide by what is lawful and unlawful. It is unlawful to deny the Mahdi. It is also unlawful to deny Jesus the Messiah. You must understand that and avoid any discussion that might muddy the waters. (A9 TV, February 19, 2012)
Signs In The Qur’an Of The Coming Of The Hazrat Mahdi (As)
Hazrat Mahdi (as) has been described in the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad (saas) in considerable detail, with his name, attributes, helpers, the features of his time and his activities. So clear and detailed are the Prophet’s (saas) descriptions of the Hazrat Mahdi (as) that anyone seeing him in person will immediately be able to recognize him.
One of the verses in the Qur’an pointing to the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (as) refers to “a messenger (metaphorically a kind of messenger, a preacher) who will appear after the Prophet Muhammad (saas).”
Through this verse, Allah tells us that He has made a covenant with the prophets that they would believe in and help a messenger who will come after them:
Remember when Allah made a covenant with the prophets: “Now that We have given you a share of the Book and Wisdom, and then a messenger comes to you confirming what is with you, you must believe in him and help him.” He asked, “Do you agree and undertake my commission on that condition?” They replied, “We agree.” He said, “Bear witness, then. I am with you as one of the witnesses.” (Surah Al ‘Imran, 81)
The names of the prophets referred to in this verse, those reported to have made that covenant, are revealed in another verse:
When We made a covenant with all the prophets—with you and with Nuh and Ibrahim and Musa and ‘Isa son of Maryam—We made a binding covenant with them. (Surat al-Ahzab, 7)
It is revealed in the verse that a covenant has been made with Prophets “Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa and ‘Isa (peace be upon them all)” and with “the Prophet Muhammad (saas),” as the term “with you” implies.
This revelation in the verse shows that “this messenger whose coming is described is not the Prophet Muhammad (saas), but is a messenger who will come after the Prophet (saas).” And Allah knows the truth. This messenger, whom Allah reveals will come after the Prophet Muhammad (saas), may well be “Hazrat Mahdi (as),” the glad tidings of whose coming are related also in the sayings of our Prophet (saas). And Allah knows the truth.
Some verses indicating the coming of the Hazrat Mahdi (as) and the global dominion of Islamic moral values are as follows:
And other things you love: support from Allah and imminent victory. Give good news to the believers!(Surat as-Saff, 13)
We wrote down in the Zabur, after the Reminder came: “It is My servants who are righteous who will inherit the earth.”(Surat al-Anbiya’, 105)
Allah has promised those of you who believe and do right actions that He will make them successors in the land as He made those before them successors, and will firmly establish for them their religion with which He is pleased and give them, in place of their fear, security.... (Surat an-Nur, 55)
It is He Who sent His Messenger with guidance and the Religion of Truth to exalt it over every other religion, though the idolaters hate it. (Surat as-Saff, 9)
Allah has written, ‘I will be victorious, I and My Messengers.’ Allah is Most Strong, Almighty.(Surat al-Mujadala, 21)
In one of the hadiths our Prophet (saas) mentions that Hazrat Mahdi (as) will cause the moral values of the Qur'an to rule the world
Their [Hazrat Mahdi (as) and his followers]hearts will be like pieces of steel. Each one will have the strength of 40 people. DOMINION AND LEADERSHIP OVER THE WORLD WILL BE IN THEIR HANDS. ( Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p.317-335)
Hazrat Mahdi (as) will rule the world just like the Prophet Solomon (as) and Dhu’l-Qarnayn (as). (Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar fi `Alamat al-Mahdi al-Muntadhar, p. 30)
One of the features of the time in which Hazrat Mahdi (as) will appear is that the Islamic world will not be one and united. The fragmentation of the Islamic world, divisions, disagreements and even conflicts between Muslim societies and groups, are one of the portents of the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (as). Hazrat Mahdi (as) will totally eliminate that division and all Muslims will unite around Hazrat Mahdi (as) in love and joy.
Amr ibn al-Nufail says: I heard Imam Hussein say: “He whom you await [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] will not come UNTIL YOU SAY YOU ARE FAR REMOVED FROM ONE ANOTHER, UNTIL YOU SPIT IN ONE ANOTHER’S FACES AND ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF DENIAL AND UNTIL YOU CURSE ONE ANOTHER. I said: So there will be nothing auspicious at that time? He said: “No, the most auspicious of all will be during that time. HAZRAT MAHDI (AS) WILL APPEAR AND ELIMINATE ALL THESE THINGS.” (Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Numani, al-Ghaybah al-Numani, p. 241)
The İnvalidity Of He Claim That ''The Probability Calculations Regarding Protein Formation Are Wrong''
Since the greatest and most fundamental dilemma facing Darwinism is that of the initial beginning of life, that is the subject that is most troubling to Darwinists. Darwinists are unable to account for the formation of a single protein even in the laboratory, let alone by chance, and as always they resort to demagoguery as the easiest way out.
Darwinists hide behind the idea that the probability calculations for the formation of a single protein are “wrong.” Even this just goes to show how terrified Darwinists are at their inability to account for a single protein .
· It is true that the probability of an average, functional protein in the human body forming spontaneously has been calculated as 1 in 10950. But even if there is an error in that calculations, as Darwinists hypothesize, if the true probability were 1 in 10600or 10400or even just 10100or 1060instead of 10950it would still pose an insoluble dilemma for Darwinists. Because the probability in all cases would still be ZERO.
· But the point that really needs to be emphasized is this: in terms of protein, it is impossible to speak of any mathematical probability at all. Because IN ORDER FOR PROTEIN TO FORM, OTHER PROTEINS MUST ALREADY BE PRESENT. In other words, it is incorrect to employ the logic of “it can only form with such and such a probability.” Because protein itself has to exist beforehand in order for protein to come into existence. And this is a huge vicious circle for Darwinists.
· Even if all the materials needed for protein, and all the amino acids that represent the building blocks of protein, were all brought together, no protein would still form in any way. THE PRESENCE OF DNA AND PROTEINS TO PERFORM THE MANUFACTURE OF PROTEIN AND FULLY EQUIPPED CELLS to organize the process IS STILL ESSENTIAL.
· In addition, 60 proteins are needed for a single protein to form, not just one or two. Since these all have different functions, they are all highly specialized.
· It is unclear why Darwinists keep insisting on bringing up the fact that protein and DNA are essential for protein to exist “has been known to scientists for a very long time.” It is of course something that every scientist investigating the cell in the 21st century must know. The important thing is not who discovered it, but that it represents an insoluble dilemma for evolution.
· It is therefore deceptive for Darwinists to try to gain time by saying “that calculation is wrong, but this one is right.” No matter what Darwinists claim, it is impossible for them to account for the emergence of a protein, in other words, for the origin of life.
· The fact that Darwinists are unable to account for a single protein totally eliminates the theory of evolution. All false accounts regarding evolution will all be invalid right from the outset.
Hazrat Mahdi's (as) Name
The hadiths of our Prophet (saas) state that Hazrat Mahdi’s (as) name will be compatible with that of our Prophet (saas) and that Hazrat Mahdi’s (as) father’s name will be compatible with that of the father of the Prophet (saas).
According to Abu Dawud and at-Tirmidhi’s accounts from Ibn Mas’ud (ra), the Messenger of Allah (saas) said: “His name will be compatible with mine, and his father’s name with my father’s name...”(Al-Barzanji, Al-Isha'ah li-ashrat al-sa'ah, pp. 159-160)
According to Abu Hurairah’s (ra) account;
The Messenger of Allah (saas)said: Even if only one day is left to the life of this world, Allah will certainly prolong that day until the coming of a man [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] from the Ahl al-Bayt whose name is compatible with mine. (Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Musnad)
According to Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar’s (ra) account;
The Messenger of Allah (saas) said: “The world will not come to an end until a man [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] from my Ahl al-Bayt whose name is compatible with mine imposes his rule over all the Arabs.”
According to another account, he said:
“Even if only one day remains from the life of this world, Allah will certainly prolong that day until He sends a man [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] from my Ahl al-Bayt whose name is compatible with mine. He will fill the world that was previously filled with cruelty and oppression with truth and justice instead.” (At-Tirmidhi, Sunan Abu Dawud, An-Nasai, Al-Bayhaqi and Abu 'Amr ad-Dani)
Again according to Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar’s (ra), he said:
“The world will not come to an end until a man [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] from my Ahl al-Bayt whose name is compatible with mine establishes dominion (on earth). He will fill the world that was previously filled with cruelty and oppression, with truth and justice instead.” (At-Tabarani, al-Mu'jam as-Saghir; Tirmidhi, al-Jami` and Sunan Abu Dawud)
The hadiths emphasize that these names will be “compatible with one another.” In other words, one must not expect Hazrat Mahdi (as) to be directly called “Ahmad” or “Muhammad,” nor his father to go by the name of “Abdullah.” (Allah knows the truth.)
Ahmad Muhammad Hazrat Mahdi (as) is the name Allah gives to one who will come in the End Times. In other words, his birth name will not be “Ahmad Muhammad Mahdi.” This is a name given him by Allah. Our Prophet (saas) does not say “his name will be the same as mine” in the hadiths; he says “it will be compatible with mine.” In the same way, he says, “His father’s name will be compatible with my father’s name.” There is a sign and a secret in this.
We must also consider this: If someone does not want the children in his family to be Hazrat Mahdi (as) he can supposedly prevent their being Hazrat Mahdi (as) by giving them another name. In the same way, he can supposedly guarantee that his son will be Hazrat Mahdi (as) by calling him “Ahmad Muhammad.” That is obviously totally illogical. Allah has selected the person He chooses in destiny and has given him the name “Ahmad Muhammad Mahdi.” Some being given or not being given that name cannot change situation in the slightest.
A MAN CALLED AL-HARITH IBN HARRATH (LION) WILL COME FORTH FROM MA WARA AN-NAHR (TRANSOXIANA). His army will be led by a man called Mansur who will establish or consolidate things for Muhammad's family as Quraysh consolidated them for the Messenger of Allah (saas). Every believer must help him(Sunan Abu Dawud, Book 36, 4277;Narrated Ali ibn AbuTalib;
At-Taj al-jami' lil 'usul fi ahadith al-Rasul, Mansur 'Ali Nasif, Vol. 5, p. 617)