A9 TV, 6 March 2012
Many Muslims fail to attach sufficient important to the global reign of Islam. It really is amazing. They genuinely attach importance to prayer, and the hajj, but not to the global reign of the faith. They do not even consider it important for the faith to spread in the regions where they live. Nor among their own families. Yet this is the greatest religious obligation. The Qur’an talks about this from start to finish.
“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)
People say, “The idea of the way of the Mahdi has come down from ancient religions, and these beliefs have been corrupted.” Muslims actually say this. “Belief in the Messiah is a Jewish belief,” they say. “Belief in the Messiah has come down from Christianity,” they say. “It has also been corrupted in the Zabur,” they say. But Allah says “We wrote that My servants who are righteous who will inherit the earth.” Where? In the Zabur, in the Torah. And when we look we see it is the Mahdi who reigns, when we look at the Torah. So why do you regard it as an offense? You say the belief in the Mahdi has come down from the Torah. Allah related an existing belief to the Prophet Noah (pbuh), and to Abraham (pbuh) and to Moses (pbuh) and to Jesus (pbuh). Allah also makes this clear in the Qur’an. He says, “We wrote that My servants who are righteous who will inherit the earth.” Where? On the Zabur, in the Torah. We look at that section and see that it talks about the Mahdi (pbuh). We see that the righteous people are Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) and his followers. So much for the Qur’an not referring to the way of the Mahdi! It is in there. You say it is a belief come down from Judaism. Allah Himself says it exists in Judaism. He says He has written it in the Zabur. So what you are saying is true, but Allah Himself says it. But you are saying it is a lie, whereas Allah says it is true. You say it is a fabrication, but Allah says, “It is not a fabrication, it is the truth.” Whom should we believe? We will believe Allah.
(Surat an-Nur, 55)
“Allah has promised those of you who believe” whoever believes. But not just that, “and do good deeds” in other words, who are honest and have faith “that He will make them successors in the land.” How can we learned who had power and sovereignty in the past? We look at the Qur’an, and we see that the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) had dominion, that the Prophet Dhu’lQarnayn had dominion, and that the Prophet Joseph (pbuh) had dominion to some extent. When did the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) and the Prophet Dhu’lQarnayn (pbuh) have power over? The world. He does not specify one particular land or region. He speaks of global dominion. The idea is one of military and political power and everything. Who will exist in the End Times? Very little time remains. There will be Muslims in the End Times. If Muslims are instrumental in the global reign of Islam in the End Times, then they must have someone at their head. Now you can refer to that person as the ‘mahdi’ or as a ‘leader’ or ‘chief,’ as you choose. So much for there being no way of the Mahdi! It does exist in the Qur’an. “and will firmly establish for them their religion with which He is pleased” Allah does not accept other religions, only Islam. How does one choose? You look, and you say this is the truth. Allah says that Islam is the true religion among the faiths. He will “firmly establish for them their religion.” He will make it impossible to tear down. “and give them, in place of their fear, security...” Almighty Allah says there will be no fear of arrest or murder, no fear of backbiting or corruption or anything. What does it say in the hadiths? He will turn their fears to security in the time of the Mahdi (pbuh). The main distinguishing feature of the Mahdi (pbuh) is that he brings security, isn’t it? He implements complete justice and law. “Women will be able to walk the streets alone,” he says. “There will be security everywhere, and you will be able to go everywhere in safety,” he says. Justice and security are emphasized as the main features of the Mahdi in the End Times. What does the verse say, “and give them, in place of their fear, security...” There will be justice, a just system, he says. So much for there being no way of the Mahdi! They say it does not appear in verses. But it is explicit. It speaks of an Israelite book. The Torah, the Zabur, have come down from the Presence of Allah. Allah says He describes it in the Torah and the Zabur. “We wrote it,” He says. And He reveals it to our Prophet (pbuh). He revealed it to the Prophet Moses (pbuh). But what do you say? “They made it up.” But Allah says that it is the truth.2012-04-17 15:01:29