IN THE HADITHS OF OUR PROPHET (SAAS) THERE ARE REFERENCES TO MARMARAY
Look at what our Prophet (saas) draws attention to in his hadiths? First of all our Prophet (saas) says that "...it will be in Istanbul." Secondly he says "it will connect two shores." So he says that it will be a passage in the Bosphorus. Our Prophet (saas) says that it will be "steep". He says "...the road is very steep." Meaning, it is not a level road. And he says that "...this road enters right into the city." They go directly into the city. He drew attention to this. In the hadiths, our Prophet (saas) says it will be opened with the mention of God's Name, with takbirs, with prayers. He says that water will be kept away from this road. He says water will be kept away from this passage. Actually it is more than 60 meters away. The hadiths mention a new road opening. Our Prophet (saas) says, "A way is opened". He talks about the opening of a road that did not exist before. We understand from the hadiths that a road like a tunnel will be opened. Our Prophet (saas) says that the people will be using this road. He says that they will go to the other side by passing through a dry road. He says that it will pass from under the sea, meaning it will be under the sea. He says that there will be flags everywhere during this opening; he says that there will be flags on both sides of the road that is opened.
Our Prophet (saas) says that there will be mosques around that place at the time. It means that there will be mosques on that newly opened road and there will be new mosques. And he also says that there will be bastions in that location that is opened. Meaning there will be bastions near that road that will be opened, and he says that there will be mosques as well.
The hadiths also state that in those days, antichrist will kill children and women in Damascus and that a gruesome massacre will take place in those days. Now, that is an amazing miracle. These points are mentioned in the hadiths in all details. When we bring them all together, we see a very clear picture. These matters are all explained in the hadiths in a scattered fashion but when we collect them together we come across an amazing miracle.
Explanations of the verses from Surat Al-Ahzab and Surah Al-Imran by Mr. Adnan Oktar
Surat Al-Ahzab, Verse 7
"When We made a covenant with all the Prophets — with you and with Noah and Abraham and Moses and Jesus son of Maryam — We made a binding covenant with them."
"When We made a covenant with all the Prophets..." Look this is directly said to our Prophet, the verse addresses our Prophet (saas); "... with you and with Noah, and Abraham and Moses and Jesus, the son of Mary- We made a binding covenant with them."
So there is also a Messenger that our Prophet (saas) will be helping. God has made a covenant with our Prophet (saas). I mean, why should our Prophet (saas) make a covenant if there is no Messenger that he will be helping? A Mahdi, a guide will come and our Prophet (saas) will help him. How will he help? With his hadiths, with his miracles. He will describe him saying, "...this is how he will look, that is how he will appear" and when all those are realized, this will be the wonder of the Mahdi, a miracle of our Prophet (saas). That is an amazing help. Our Prophet's (saas) help to Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) through his hadiths will be the greatest spiritual weapon Hazrat Mahdi has after the Qur'an. So a binding covenant is made with the Prophet Jesus Messiah as well. Prophet Jesus Messiah (pbuh) has not yet helped anyone. What does our Prophet (saas) say? "Jesus Messiah will be the vizier of the Mahdi." The verse will be realized exactly in this respect, insha'Allah.
Surah Al-Imran, Verse 101
"How can you be an unbeliever, when God's Signs are recited to you and the Messenger is there among you? Whoever holds fast to God has been guided to a straight path. "
".. when God's Signs are recited to you" These are the verses of the Qur'an, not the superstitions, not that made-up nonsense. "... when God's Signs are recited to you" You would never come across any other judgment in the Qur'an, they are all the Signs of God, they all attract attention to the Qur'an. Hundreds of verses all lead people towards the Qur'an; they never draw attention to superstitions. In fact they sometimes draw attention to superstitions by criticizing them, by saying that they are corrupt and that they are a scourge upon the people. And the verse explains that those who abide by those superstitions will go to Hell, that they will be thrown into Hell by God.
Almighty God says, " How can you be an unbeliever, when God's Signs are recited to you and the Messenger is there among you?" The Messenger mentioned here is our Prophet (saas). Almighty God says, "How can you be an unbeliever?" How can you abide by superstitions? "Whoever holds fast to God has been guided to a straight path." What is this straight path? The Qur'an. If one holds fast to the Qur'an.. Holding fast to the Qur'an means holding fast to God. "Uhret-ul Vusqa, Hablullah il-Metin." The Firmest Handhold. "Those who submit themselves completely to God and do good have grasped the Firmest Handhold. The end result of all affairs is with God." The right path: This is the right path that is referred to in Surat Al-Fatiha. The right path of God, the straight path.
The reason for all the scourges in the Islamic world is that they have turned away from that right path and gone into crooked ways. They have come across some trouble in every crooked way they followed and they still are coming across such troubles in every crooked way.
Surat Al-Imran, Verse 102
You who have faith! Fear God with the fear due to Him and do not die except as Muslims.
"You who have faith, fear God with the fear due to Him" And follow the Qur'an, says God. "... and do not die except as Muslims." On Islam, as Muslims, meaning not on any other faith, any other sect, any other way. Only as Muslims. So God says, "Only die as Muslims abiding by the Qur'an." A Muslim only abiding by the Qur'an.. There is a great threat in this, one that people should be careful about. God does not say, "As a follower of a sect." God tells us to die only as Muslims who abide by Islam based purely on the Qur'an.
Surat Al-Imran, Verse 103
Hold fast to the rope of God all together, and do not separate. Remember God's blessing to you when you were enemies and He joined your hearts together so that you became brothers by His blessing. You were on the very brink of a pit of the Fire and He rescued you from it. In this way God makes His Signs clear to you, so that hopefully you will be guided.
"Hold fast to the rope of God all together." What is the rope of God? "Uhretul vuska Habbullahul metin." God's Firmest Handhold, inseverable rope; the Qur'an. "... do not split up." Do not be separated into sects, religious orders or communities and do not pick on each other, do not oppose each other. "Remember God's blessing to you when you were enemies." You were picking on each other, says God. "... and He joined your hearts together so that you became brothers by His blessing." As the Islamic Ummah, as pure Muslims. "You were on the very brink of a pit of the Fire and He rescued you from it." At the moment the Islamic world is in a pit of Fire. They have been thrown into that pit. That is what the verse explains. The great majority of the Islamic World has fallen into this pit of Fire, only a small portion of it is saved from that pit right now. "He," Almighty God, "rescued you from it." And Mahdi (pbuh) will rescue Muslims from this pit of Fire by holding tight to the Qur'an. What does God say? This is the unseverable rope of God, the right path. There is a constant reference to the Qur'an. "In this way God makes His Signs clear to you so that hopefully you will be guided." God does not mention the superstitions they inflicted upon the Muslim world, God refers to the Signs, the verses. And God says, "I am explaining to you the Signs, the verses of the Qur'an." If their superstitions had any value in the Sight of God, God would have mentioned it as well, but He only refers to the Signs, to the verses of the Qur'an.
Surat Al-Imran, Verse 104
"Let there be a community among you who call to the good, and enjoin the right, and forbid the wrong. They are the ones who have success."
"Let there be a community among you who call to the good…" That is a verse which predominantly refers to the Imam Mahdi (pbuh) and his community. "They are the ones who have success." What kind of a success is this? This is the salvation of the whole world.
Surat Al-Imran: Verse 105
"Do not be like those who split up and differed after the Clear Signs came to them. They will have a terrible punishment"
"...after Clear Signs came to them." Which Signs? These people refer to superstitions; the Qur'an explains what the Clear Signs are. The Qur'an refers to an unseverable rope of God, to a right path. In the part God says "... after Clear Signs came to them," the Clear Signs are the verses of the Qur'an. "Do not be like those who split up and differed..." The Muslim world is split up right now, they are all scattered around. "Do not be like those who split up and differed..." But some people come up and say, "Being in conflict and differing is a blessing, it is wisdom and a beauty." They claim that our Prophet (saas) said that there is a blessing in the differences and disputes of the ummah. But God says "...do not be like those who split up and differed." These people are in disputes and claim that there is a blessing in those disputes: God says that it is unlawful, He says that it is wrong and trouble. But they claim that there is goodness in it, that it is very good. They claim that there is goodness in the disputes and differences of the ummah. "There is disaster in the disputes, conflicts of the ummah"; that is the true version of the hadith. They have erased the word disaster and inserted "blessing" instead. Where is the blessing in that? The Islamic World is shattered into pieces. It can only be a blessing if you abide by the Qur'an. If you attempt to split up the Qur'an, how could that be a blessing? They are four different sects and the lawful and unlawful acts by those four sects are all different; these are four different religions. God says, "Do not be like those who split up and differed after the Clear Signs came to them. They will have a terrible punishment." You all believe in God. God threatens them with a terrible punishment and some people keep saying, "No, that is not true, there is a blessing in it." Look, God does not say that there is a blessing, He says that there is a terrible punishment. God says that their "... faces are blackened, " and that "...they became unbelievers after having had faith." First they come to believe, they say "Alhamdulillah, I am a Muslim." And that is very nice. They say, "La Ilaha Illa Allah Muhammad Ar-Rasul Allah" [There is no God but Allah and Mohammad is His Messenger." And then you ask, "What is your religion?" And they respond by telling you which sect they are from. Well, are you not responsible for abiding by the Qur'an? Yet you say, "I abide by this sect." Where do you see something like abiding by a sect in the Qur'an? God only talks about abiding by the Qur'an, so where did you get that idea of abiding by a sect?
Surah Al-Imran, Verse 108
"These are God's Signs which We recite to you with truth. And God means no injustice to any of His creatures..."
"These are God's Signs which We recite to you with truth." There is no reference to those superstitions they have invented; the Qur'an always stresses the Signs of God, the verses of God. "God desires no injustice for any of His creatures." People desire injustice and God gives them scourges. Look at Syria, there is a bloodbath. How many different sects, how many different religious orders, how many different communities are there? Thousands.: There are thousands of different sects in Syria right now, thousands of them. Only the dissidents are composed of more than a thousand different groups. There are endless numbers of sects, communities and religious orders; they are all split up. They all are against one another.
Surah Al- Imran, Verse 110
" You are the best nation ever to be produced before mankind. You enjoin the right, forbid the wrong and have faith in God. If the People of the Book were to have faith, it would be better for them. Some of them are Muslims but most of them are deviators."
"You are the best nation ever to be produced before mankind." Who are those people? Mahdi (pbuh) and his community: Insha'allah, these are Muslims. "You enjoin the right, forbid the wrong" in compliance with the Qur'an. "You have faith in God." That is a strong faith. "If the People of the Book were to have faith, it would be better for them." God says it would be better for them if the People of the Book, meaning Christians and Jews, were to have faith. "Some of them are Muslims." God says this; so God does not say that none of them have faith, He says; "Some of them are Muslims but most of them are deviators." Most of them are deviators, and that is actually the case. This also holds true for the Muslim world and for them as well.
Surah Al-Imran, Verse 113
"They are not all the same. There is a community among the People of the Book who are upright. They recite God's Signs throughout the night, and they prostrate."
"They are not all the same. There is a community among the People of the Book who are upright..." A community among the People of the Book, among Christians and Jews. "They recite God's Signs throughout the night and they prostrate." The night time; that is a time of prayer for them. They perform their prayers standing and then prostrate reading the Signs of God.
Of course, this verse also refers to the students of the Prophet Jesus (pbuh). There are verses that refer to the community of the Mahdi but this one refers to the People of the Book, to the students of Jesus Messiah. "They recite God's Signs throughout the night and they prostrate." These are the Mohammedan Christians, Mohammedan Jews meaning Jews and Christians that follow Mohammed.
Surah Al-Imran; Verse 114
"They have faith in God and the Last Day, and enjoin the right and forbid the wrong, and compete in doing good. They are among the righteous."
God says; "They have faith in God and the Last Day, and enjoin the right and forbid the wrong, and compete in doing good. They are among the righteous." These people are among the People of the Book. In the Qur'an, God praises this attitude and says, "They have faith in God and the Last Day, and enjoin the right and forbid the wrong, and compete in doing good. They are among the righteous." God says that they are among the righteous ones and He says, "They are not all the same," regarding the People of the Book.2013-11-18 01:46:06