Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's interview on A9 TV dated 7 May 2012
ADNAN OKTAR : Surat al-Baqara, 148. “Each person faces a particular direction so race each other to the good.”
Look. Note this. “Wherever you are,” wherever you are in the world. “Allah will bring you all together. Truly Allah has power over all things.”
Qulayni says that Abu Jafr says the verse refers to the friends of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). The followers of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will come together wherever they are in the world. He says that is what the verse is about. A hadith, insha’Allah.
Surat al-Fussilat, 53, “We will show them Our Signs on the horizon and within themselves...” in themselves personally, and also in the outside world. “until it is clear to them that it is the truth. Is it not enough for your Lord that He is a witness of everything?”
Here again, Qulayni says that the verse is clearly pointing to Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). Narrated from Abu Jafr. Look, “We will show them Our Signs on the horizon and within themselves until it is clear to them that it is the truth. Is it not enough for your Lord that He is a witness of everything?”
Surah Sad, 88, "You will come to know what it is talking about after a while.” He says, “This is also a reference to the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh).” “That is what the Qur’an is pointing to,” he says. Look, "You will come to know what it is talking about after a while.” Who is this transmitted from? Abu Jafr. "You will come to know what it is talking about after a while.” The coming of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). In a verse from the Qur’an.
Surat al-Jinn, 24, “So that when they see what they were promised,” the unbelievers and the hypocrites and the satan. What was promised? The coming of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh), wasn’t it? “So that when they see what they were promised, they will know who has less support and smaller numbers.”
People was, “Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will have few followers, so how will they cope?” Look, “they will know who has less support and smaller numbers.” In other words, Allah is saying in the verse that “they will learn how the few will bring them to their knees.” This also appears in Ibrahim al-Qumi’s commentary. “The coming of the Qaim will take place at the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh),” he says. Another account.
Surat at-Tawba, 33, “It is He Who sent His Messenger with guidance and the Religion of Truth to exalt it over every other deen, even though the idolaters detest it.”
He says in a hadith that “this verse refers to Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh.”
Surat an-Nur, 55, “Allah has promised those of you who believe and do right actions” To whom? Believers. He has promised the sincere. Allah’s promise. Some people have doubts, but Allah says it is certain. “that He will make them successors” Who were the forerunners of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) and his followers? The Prophet Solomon (pbuh) and the Prophet Dhu’lQarnayn (pbuh). “He will make them successors in the land as He made those before them successors,” where will almighty Allah do that? On earth. In the whole world. What will He do? He will give them power and dominion. “and will firmly establish for them their religion with which He is pleased and give them, in place of their fear, security.” No imprisonment, beatings, defamation or surveillance. He says the whole world will be in peace. Allah sets out their characteristics . “They worship Me, not associating anything with Me.” They do not ascribe equals to Allah. What do they do? They act solely in the light of the Qur’an.” “Any who are unbelievrs after that, such people are deviators.”
Again in the hadith he says, “This verse is also about the appearance of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh).”
Surat al-Qasas, 5, “We desired to show kindness” To whom? Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) and his followers. What happens to them? They are imprisoned, beaten and sworn at. They are few in number. “to those who were oppressed in the land and to make them leaders and make them inheritors.”
What does that mean? To make them the rulers of the world. He says in a hadith that “this verse is also about the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). That is in al-Qafi, from Abu Abdullah, of the Companions. It is in al-Qafi.
Qulayni is known to the Shia as the Shia Bukhari. The person who relates the most trustworthy hadiths. Qulayni is as famous to the Shia as Bukhari is to us. If Qulayni says a thing, that settles it. So Qulayni is also an eminent scholar among the Sunni. As eminent as Bukhari, insha’Allah.
The jinn pass through matter. The majority of them do not believe in Allah. They are irreligious. You are now a spirit. They see. They pass through matter. “I do not believe in life after death,” they say. The majority of jinn think like that. Very few jinn have faith. There are few Muslim jinn. It is amazing. You are a spirit and you see. What more do you need? There is no need for you to believe in the soul or the jinn. As you are in any case a jinn. But they still do not believe. The wisdom of Allah.2012-06-28 10:57:22