All the pressures and attacks will further strengthen Hazrat Mahdi (as)

When the believer [Hazrat Mahdi (as)] sees the Dajjal, he will say, ‘O People! This is the Dajjal of whom the Messenger of Allah (saas) spoke.’  The Dajjal will immediately issue his command regarding him, and that personage will be spread out on his stomach, and from behind him, he will say, ‘Hold and wound him.’ THAT PERSONAGE’S BACK AND STOMACH WILL THEN BE BROADENED BY BEATING. This time he (the Dajjal) will seize him by both hands and feet and cast him away.  PEOPLE WILL THINK THE DAJJAL HAS CAST HIM INTO THE FIRE. BUT HE WILL HAVE BEEN ACTUALLY CAST INTO PARADISE. 1

The analogical expression ‘that personage’s back and stomach will be broadened by beating’ shows that the Hazrat Mahdi’s (as) fame and honor will spread still further as a result of the pressure and attacks against him and figuratively, indicates that his effect will increasingly spread across the world.

The reference in the hadith to “the Dajjal has cast Hazrat Mahdi (as) into the fire” shows that although the Dajjal wishes to do harm to Hazrat Mahdi (as), he will actually strengthen him. The supporters of the system of the Dajjal will claim that they will burn Hazrat Mahdi (as), like the Prophet Ibrahim (as), in a spiritual fire. But Allah will make those flames cool and healthy. And will thwart the snares of the deniers and will make every move they make instrumental in increasing the glory and influence of Hazrat Mahdi (as). 


1 (The Mahdism and Imamiya, Ibrahim Suleymanoglu, p. 40)

2009-03-08 15:40:38

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