In his Risale-i Nur collection, the 13th century (Hagira style) mujaddid Bediuzzaman Said Nursi places particular emphasis on certain years and events that will take place in those years. A look at the events that took place in 1956 reveals yet again how accurate and perfect Said Nursi’s such predictions were.
“The hypocrites are in the lowest level of the Fire. You will not find any one to help them,” (Surat an-Nisa’, 145)
... If the shadda is taken as two nun letters, and if silent signs and (ye) are counted it makes 1376 (1956-1957), this cruel dissension (this hypocritical system based on irreligiousness and oppression) will be reaching the silence degree (will be silenced)...
(Emirdag Addendum (1), Letter No. 15)
In his work known as the Emirdag Addendum, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi says that the numerological analysis of Verse 145 of Surat an-Nisa’ indicates “THE YEAR 1956.” Bediuzzaman’s reference to “this hypocritical system based on irreligiousness and oppression being silenced” MEANS THAT 1956 IS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE ACROSS THE WORLD IN TERMS OF MUSLIMS AND THE WORLD OF ISLAM. According to Bediuzzaman, the climate of oppression, heresy and discord that prevails until that year will begin retreating after it and, by Allah’s leave, come to an end.
|“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)|
3 January, 1956
Sudan declared its independence as a republic.
20 March, 1956
Tunisia achieved independence from France.
23 March, 1956
Pakistan became the world’s first Islamic republic.
7 April, 1956
Morocco declared independence.
5 February, 1956
According to the State Meteorological Affairs General Directorate, THE RIVERS MERIC AND TUNCA FROZE OVER.
13 February, 1956
FANNED BY THE WIND, A FIRE BREAKING OUT IN ANKARA SPREAD, destroying a government residence, the main court, gendarme, post office, military and state bank buildings.
Floods in the River Seyhan and in the basins of rivers Great Menderes, Gediz and Ceyhan.
RELIGION LESSONS WERE STARTED TO BE TAUGHT IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS.