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There are always "two's" in the system of the Mahdi. For instance Gog and Magog are two, Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will be against these two, insha'Allah. For instance Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will be against the dajjal (anti-christ) and the Sufyan. He has two opposites. He has both djin and satan enemies. Because he can both be material and soul, he might be called Dhul'Qarnayn. Because he possesses knowledge of both seen and the unseen, he can be called Qhul'Qarnayn.
With sincere faith, even one person alone can dominate the world. For instance the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) was very faithful, Allah made him rule the world. Dhul’Qarnayn (pbuh) was alone, he was very devout and Allah made him rule the world. That is all. Patience, faith, sincerity and not minding the allurement of this world, that is all.
The Prophet Joseph (pbuh) was alone. God made him the Sultan of the whole region. Dhul'Qarnayn was one person as well, God developed an environment for him. And he became the ruler of the world within a very short time. The Prophet Solomon (pbuh) was on his own, he became sovereign in a very short time. That is because they all are genuine believers. They truly have strong faith. That is why the Torah states this as well. If there are only ten people with genuine faith, God says that He will make Islam prevail in the world.
The system of the Mahdi exists in the Qur'an. The Mahdi is mentioned in story of Dhul-Qarnayn meaning there is an indication for a ruling all over the world. The Surat an-Nur, verse 55 clearly describes the way of Mahdi and propounds signs of good morality to prevail over the world. "We gave him power and authority on the earth and granted him a way to everything." (Surat al-Kahf, 84) In the story of Saul and Goliath in the Qur'an, there are signs for the Mahdi. In the time of Saul there is a prophet but Saul is sent as a Savior.
In the Qur’an, God says that He previously made Islam prevail in the world and just like that He will make Islam prevail at the time of Hazrat Mahdi. God will grant dominion to the Mahdi just like He granted it to Solomon and Dhul’Qarnayn before. God is the One Who knows best who to give dominion to.
Both in the cases of Dhul-Qarnayn and Talut, they were Mahdis who did not ask for any wage. "Follow those who do not ask you for any wage and who have received guidance." (Surah Ya Sin, 21) Dhul-Qarnayn and Saul are the Mahdis of their time, not prophets. And Goliath was the dajjal of his time, when Saul was the Mahdi.
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