145 – IARLG – ONE OF THE BIGGEST SIGN AND WARNING TO GOG AND MAGOG; Date 2nd December 2016; 2nd or 3rd Rabi-Awwal 1438

Date: 2nd December 2016; 2nd or 3rd Rabi-Awwal 1438;

ISLAMIC AL-JUMUAA REMINDER AND LEGACY GROUP, (http://aljumaareminder.com/), pondering on the body of Fir’aun:

ONE OF THE BIGGEST SIGN AND WARNING TO GOG AND MAGOG

 

FIR’AUN’s BODY IS THE AYAT FOR THE ‘TOP LEADERS’ & ‘FOLLOWERS’ OF GOG AND MAGOG

So this day We shall deliver your (dead) body (out from the sea) that you may be a sign to those who come after you! And verily, many among mankind are heedless of Our Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs , revelations, etc.). (Qur’an 10:92)

 

  • The body of Fir’aun was found in the year 1898 (Gregorian calendar) which is the same year the second congress of Zionism took place. Do you think this is a coincidence? The first congress of Zionism took place in 1897 and since they continued with the second congress of Zionism on 1898, Allah delivered the body of Fir’aun to show them what they are planning is similar to what Fir’aun did and that they will end up as he did, if they cease not?
  • The Egyptian papyrus are historical records which gives us glimpses of what happened to the people of Fir’aun when Musa was amongst them. They were found in 1909 (Gregorian calendar) and translated. Do you think it was a coincidence for them to be found right after the emergence of the body of Fir’aun?
  • Do you think it was a coincidence when the body of Fir’aun was taken to France in 1981 to be studied under the orders of a France President?
  • Do you think it was a coincidence the body was taken to be confirmed in the country (France) which started the Dajjal’s ‘Declaration of the Rights of Man (1792)’ which started the philosophy of Fir’aun seen in (Qur’an 79:24) where man is god over man? Men following the laws of men instead of following the Laws of Allah.
  • Do you think the expert Professor Maurice Bucaille who examined the body in France and proved it was Fir’aun and become a Muslim in Hijaz (Saudi Arabia) is a coincidence?
  • What was Allah trying to show us (mankind) by him (Maurice Bucaille) becoming Muslim specifically in the land where Islam was started?
  • Do you think it was a coincidence for the newly converted Muslim, Maurice Bucaille who examined the body of Fir’aun to write a book (The Bible, The Qur’an and Science, The Holy Scriptures Examined In The Light Of Modern Knowledge) which become so famous that it jolted the Western states?

 

These were all signs to all of us. We say all of us because the body of Fir’aun is a sign to mankind. Allah did not say the body of Fir’aun was a sign to the corrupt leaders. It is a sign for the whole of mankind, meaning both leaders and followers.

Allah says (Qur’an 10:92) that many among mankind are heedless of His signs. Why did Allah say ‘signs’ and not just ‘a sign’? This is because people can become Muslims via many other signs such as the wind, the animals and so much more.

Among the heedless are many of the people of the scripture who know that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) should be followed as instructed in their scriptures but don’t follow him. Because of their jealously seen in (Qur’an 4:54-55) they do things such as supporting the kufr democratic manmade constitutions just like the ones who supported kufr in Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) time as can be seen in (Qur’an 4:51-52). We are condemning especially those who have received the Message of Islam and have denied it deliberately. They know the truth and instead of supporting it, they try to bring the truth down by supporting falsehood either directly or indirectly. Isn’t this also a way of helping with the long term agenda of the Dajjal and Gog and Magog? This paragraph is for the people of the scripture because in our times they make a large percentage of mankind. Some might say the Ayats above are only for the jews. Well, how about (Qur’an 3:62-63) and (Qur’an 5:64) which clearly show that the people of the scripture are clearly classified as Mufsidun (those who continually corrupt); the same title of Mufsidun was given to Gog and Magog.

If mankind would keep on acknowledging the different signs of Allah they would eventually be lead to Islam and they would naturally realize the significance of the discovery of the body of Fir’aun. Sadly many people attribute the signs of Allah to anything else but Allah such as magic, the big bang theory, famous people and such. Allah used the royal ‘We’ to show that the Ayats are His but sadly many among mankind don’t pounder on His signs.

That significance of the Ayat (body of Fir’aun) is what we will try to pounder on. The significance of the Ayat (body of Fir’aun) should really be analyzed deeply considering he is mentioned 74 times in the Qur’an.

Why did Allah preserve Fir’aun’s body for over so many years (at least 3000 years)? Was it just for us to be amazed for one moment and go back to our daily lives as if we saw nothing? Or were there other reasons? Even if you finish reading this article, you will need to pounder and research more because most certainly have not covered everything on the Ayat (body of Fir’aun).

To remind yourselves about your role as a leader or follower; please read our 88th article of “LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS” from: http://aljumaareminder.com/reminder/leaders-and-followers-date-30th-october-2015-16th-or-17th-muharram-1436/

 

DON’T FOCUS ON THE MAIN PROBLEM TO THE EXTENT YOU FORGET WHAT SUPPORTS THE MAIN PROBLEM

People when referring to the story of Musa and Fir’aun always focus on the evils done by Fir’aun and his chiefs but they always forget to take lessons from the corrupt people that were being lead by Fir’aun:

  • We should not be leaders like Fir’aun and his chiefs but as followers we must also be able to take note if we a being lead in a similar Pharaoh like way.
  • We should not be followers like the corrupt people who followed Fir’aun’s guidance.

 

People nowadays always say, “Don’t be like Fir’aun and his chiefs or don’t be a mini-Fir’aun”, which is no doubt good. But we can’t end there. That would only be looking at one angle of the problem. What about saying, “Don’t be like the corrupt people of Fir’aun.” Allah also mentioned the corrupt people of Fir’aun in the Quran for a reason. We need to look at all angles that supported Fir’aun because they were mentioned in the Quran for a reason.

 

Allah when talking to Musa, instructed him via many Ayats in the Qur’an to go to:

  • Fir’aun only: (Qur’an 20:24,43), (Qur’an 51:38-39), (Qur’an 73:15-16)
  • Fir’aun, Haman and Qarun: (Qur’an 29:39), (Qur’an 40:23-24)
  • Fir’aun and his chiefs: (Qur’an 7:103), (Qur’an 10:75), (Qur’an 11:96-97), (Qur’an 23:45-46), (Qur’an 28:32), (Qur’an 43:46)
  • Fir’aun’s people only: (Qur’an 25:35-36), (Qur’an 26:10-11), (Qur’an 44:17), (Qur’an 54:41-42)
  • Fir’aun and his people: (Qur’an 27:12-14)

 

All the instructions above simply means Musa was instructed to go to Fir’aun, Haman, Qarun, his chiefs and his people.

Fir’aun and his people were punished with years of drought, shortness of fruits (i.e. crops), the flood, the locusts, the lice, the frogs, and the blood that they may remember as can be seen in (Qur’an 7:130,133).

 

Notice Allah didn’t mention only Fir’aun and his chiefs in the punishment but also Fir’aun’s people were included.

 

 

 

DOES HISTORY AGREE WITH WHAT IS IN THE QURAN ABOUT FIR’AUN AND HIS PEOPLE; Source: Youtube playlist; Windows of Islam series

So, what do history books say about the events that the Qur’an informs? Now, let us listen to the historical scripts about this subject:

 

The Ipuwer papyrus that remained from the era of middle kingdom was founded at the beginning of 19th century. After being found in 1909, this papyrus was sent to Leiden Holland museum and translated by Gardiner. In this papyrus, calamities such as the draught, famine in Egypt are narrated as well as the escape of slaves. Besides, it is clearly understood that the author of this aforementioned papyrus, Ipuwer, is the eyewitness of these events. The following is mentioned about the calamites in Ipuwer papyruses which are also narrated in the Qur’an:

 

“Plague is throughout the land. Blood is everywhere. The river is blood.” Forsooth, that has perished which yesterday was seen. The land is left over to its weariness like the cutting of flax…Lower Egypt weeps. The entire palace is without its revenues. To it belong (by right) wheat and barley, geese and fish. Forsooth, grain has perished on every side. The land-to its whole extent confusion and terrible noise…For nine days there was no exit from the palace and no one could see the face of his fellow. Towns were destroyed by mighty tides… Upper Egypt suffered devastation… blood everywhere… pestilence throughout the country…No one really sails north to Byblos today. What shall we do for cedar for our mummies?… Gold is lacking…Men shrink from tasting-human beings, and thirst after water. That is our water! That is our happiness! What shall we do in respect thereof? All is ruin! The towns are destroyed. Upper Egypt has become dry. The residence is overturned in a flash. [The Ipuwer Papyrus – Extracts from A.H.GARDINER – The Admonitions of an Egyptian Sage  piled together]

 

While reading the Papyrus that was discovered in 1909 (Gregorian); it is as if you are listening to the verses of the Qur’an aren’t you? The reason for this is that the information given in the papyrus is almost the same as the information in the verses of the Quran and supports the news given in the Qur’an exactly. Now we are asking the following questions: Since there is a great similarity between the information of this papyrus that informs about the calamities that were sent to Pharaoh and his community and the verses of the Quran what can the explanation of this be except that the Quran is the book and word of Allah.

 

Notice that the body of Fir’aun was found in 1898 (Gregorian) to be sign for us and Allah in his kindness sends us another sign in 1909 (Gregorian) via the papyruses to learn and be convinced but we still don’t learn. The top leaders of Gog and Magog listen to the Dajjal and present themselves in an Egyptian Fir’aunic style. The followers also continue following and obeying the tops of Gog and Magog who are imitating Fir’aun in appearance and in conduct despite all these signs.

 

They say, “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.” This quote is somewhat true. We say somewhat true because sometimes even those who learn history contribute and are part of the problem in ensuring history repeats itself.

 

  • Most of the tops of Gog and Magog know how Fir’aun and his troops were destroyed but they still take them as role models.

 

  • Most of the followers know what kind of situation they are in and they know about Musa and Fir’aun but why is it that they are not doing anything?

 

 

 

THE DOMINION FIR’AUN AND HIS CHIEFS:

[The believing man of Fir’aun’s family who hid his faith says] “O my people! Yours is the kingdom this day, you are uppermost in the land. But who will save us from the Torment of Allah, should it befall us?” Fir’aun said: “I show you only that which I see (correct) and I guide you only to the path of right policy!” (Qur’an 40:29)

 

We also have (Qur’an 40:29) which shows that Fir’aun’s kingdom was uppermost in the land meaning the whole earth. What more proof can we provide to back this up? Let us look at the Ayats below:

 

Fir’aun said: “And what is the Lord of the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)?” Musa said: “Lord of the heavens and the earth, and all that is between them, if you seek to be convinced with certainty.” Fir’aun said to those around: “Do you not hear (what he says)?” Musa said: “Your Lord and the Lord of your ancient fathers!” Fir’aun said: “Verily, your Messenger who has been sent to you is a madman!” Musa said: “Lord of the east and the west, and all that is between them, if you did but understand!”. Fir’aun said: “If you choose an ilah (god) other than me, I will certainly put you among the prisoners.” (Qur’an 26:23-29)

And We made the people who were considered weak to inherit the eastern parts of the land and the western parts thereof which We have blessed. And the fair Word of your Lord was fulfilled for the Children of Israel, because of their endurance. And We destroyed completely all the great works and buildings which Fir’aun and his people erected. (Qur’an 7:137)

Why would Fir’aun get angry and threaten Musa for telling him that Allah was the Lord of the east and the west and all that is between them? It is because he believed that the title of lord of east and west was rightfully his.

 

Musa in (Qur’an 26:21) said he fled from Fir’aun when he feared him and his people which means he doesn’t fear him and his people now since he said the word ‘fear’ in the past tense. Since he doesn’t fear Fir’aun nor his people as indicated by the plural “kum – you”; he tells Fir’aun that he is not god by attributing all the titles he took for himself and assigns them to Allah. Fir’aun tried at first speaking to those around him to present the feeling of a joking attitude, as if Musa is speaking nonsense; but Musa continued then Fir’aun called Musa a madman; but Musa continued then Fi’raun resorted to threats.

 

We also see in (Qur’an 7:137) that the demise of Fir’aun and his people was as if it was the demise of control of the eastern parts of the land and the western parts. This clearly shows that Fir’aun was considered a great leader in the whole world; both the east and west. Also notice that Allah says that their great works have been destroyed completely meaning what is left now was not so great. Please read our 123rd article of “TWO THINGS YOU MIGHT HAVE NOT KNOWN ABOUT ELECTRICITY” to learn more from: http://aljumaareminder.com/reminder/123-iarlg-two-things-you-might-have-not-known-about-electricity-date-1st-july-2016-25th-or-26th-ramadan-1437/

 

From Amenamoni, head of the protective books of the white room of the palace, to the scribe Penterhor: When this letter reaches you and has been read point by point, surrender your heart to the sharpest pain, like a leaf before the storm, when you learn of the sorrowful disaster of the drowning in the whirlpool. Calamity struck him suddenly and inescapably. The sleep in the waters has made something helpless out of something great. Depict the destructions of the lords, the lord of the tribes, the king of the east and the west. What news can compare to the news I have sent you?” [British Museum, Egyptian Papyrus No:6] [Note: We as IARLG tried finding the source(s) of this extract but all the Muslim scholars we went through just quoted it came from the British Museum Egyptian Papyrus No 6 though we could not find the actual Papyrus via the internet. Was it removed or did the Muslim scholars make it up? Because we are to think well of our Muslim brothers and sisters we decided to place it trusting they really picked it up from an authentic source and to let the readers know so that they can confirm the source if they can. Just because we can’t confirm it doesn’t make it 100% unauthentic.]

 

The extract above [if authentic] also adds on as proof that Fir’aun’s rule was so great that he was called the king of the east and west and that is why when Musa mentioned Allah as the Lord of the east and west and all that is in between them he got angry. Please note that we are using the Quran and Sunnah to check the sources and not the other way around. (Qur’an 40:29) and (Qur’an 7:137) should be enough to confirm that Fir’aun rule on earth was the uppermost by Allah’s leave.

You may be asking yourself why the title states Fir’aun and his chiefs as having dominion.  With Fir’aun alone it is understandable, but why his chiefs too? There are many reasons from the Qur’an that point to this fact.

 

If we look at (Qur’an 10:88) we see that it was not only Fir’aun who was enjoying the wicked dominion but also his chiefs.

And Musa said: “Our Lord! You have indeed bestowed on Fir’aun (Pharaoh) and his chiefs splendour and wealth in the life of this world, our Lord! That they may lead men astray from Your Path. Our Lord! Destroy their wealth, and harden their hearts, so that they will not believe until they see the painful torment.” (Qur’an 10:88)

As an extra, we also see the plural of, “Yours {plural to include Fir’aun & his chiefs } is the kingdom today, you are uppermost in the land” From (Qur’an 40:29) which shows that the kingdom belonged to Fir’aun and his chiefs.

 

What do parasites need to survive? A parasite is an organism that lives in another organism, called the host, and often harms it. It is dependent on its host for survival – it has to be in the host to live, grow and multiply. A parasite cannot live independently.

 

Fir’aun and his chiefs were basically parasites and the people they ruled over were the host.

 

In case you haven’t realized it; we are in a similar situation where the tops of Gog and Magog are the parasites living off the other weaker Gog and Magog.

 

Allah sends Messengers so that we can be freed from beings slaves of others to being slaves of Allah but many refuse but disbelief.

 

 

A COMPARISON OF FIR’AUN AND HIS PEOPLE WITH GOG AND MAGOG

(Allah speaking to Musa)”And put your hand into your bosom, it will come forth white without hurt. (These are) among the nine signs (you will take) to Fir’aun (Pharaoh) and his people. Verily they are a people who are the Fasiqun (rebellious, disobedient to Allah). But when Our Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) came to them, clear to see, they said: “This is clear manifest magic.” And they belied them (those Ayat) wrongfully and arrogantly, though their ownselves were convinced thereof. So see what was the end of the Mufsidun (those who do corruption). (Qur’an 27:12-14)

 

There are many Ayats which show that Musa was sent to Fir’aun and his people but we have chosen to display (Qur’an 27:12-14) because it is these Ayats which show that Musa was sent to both Fir’aun and his people and that they are Mufsidun. The word “Inna = verily” was used to emphasize that they are Fasiqun.

 

It is also ironic that amongst Gog and Magog are people of the scripture such as the children of Israel who also said, “This is clear manifest magic” just like what Fir’aun and his people said in (Qur’an 27:13). They said this when Prophet Muhammad (SAW) came to them with clear signs as can be seen in (Qur’an 61:6).

 

They said: “O Dhul-Qarnain! Verily! Ya’juj and Ma’juj (Gog and Magog) wa Mufsidunna fiil ardhi [are doing great corruption  in the land]….(Qur’an 18:94)

 

If you look at (Qur’an 27:12-14) and (Qur’an 18:94) you notice that:

 

  • The word “Inna” [Verily] is used to remove doubt of the facts highlighted.

 

  • Fir’aun and his people & Gog and Magog are corrupters in the land. They are presented in the Qur’an as Mufsidun (those who corrupt over and over).

 

Another fact is that Fir’aun and his people saw the signs and their ownselves were convinced but they still disbelieved. Doesn’t this resemble our society nowadays? We have those who know Allah but reject him completely and they call themselves atheists; then we have those who at least recognize Allah and that He is their Master but they still don’t follow His Laws and end up associating partners with Him; then we have those who know Allah but take Him as an enemy while taking Satan (Iblis) as their guide. See (Qur’an 18:50-51), (Qur’an 39:3) and (Qur’an 43:87-89).

 

In general Gog and Magog are now just like Fir’aun and his chiefs and his people. The tops of Gog and Magog are the chiefs and the people of Fir’aun are the rest of Gog and Magog who only prefer the worldly life over the Hereafter and don’t care who rules as long they get to enjoy their dunya.

 

  • If you are a leader don’t be like Fir’aun and his chiefs who denied Islam. The chiefs of Fir’aun were chiefs of Fir’aun’s people as can be seen in (Qur’an 7:109,127). Fir’aun and his chiefs rejected the Allah’s Signs as can be seen in (Qur’an 7:103), (Qur’an 10:75), (Qur’an 23:46), (Qur’an 29:39), (Qur’an 43:46-48).

 

  • If you are a follower don’t be like the people of Fir’aun. The people of Fir’aun are those who support leaders and systems like Fir’aun directly and indirectly.

 

And indeed We sent Musa with Our Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) and a manifest authority; to Fir’aun and his chiefs, but they followed the command of Fir’aun, and the command of Fir’aun was no right guide. (Qur’an 11:96-97)

 

Notice that they followed the amr (order) of Fir’aun which is similar to many of us today following the amr (order) of the Dajjal by following his democratic manmade constitutions.

 

If you have read our 142nd and 143rd article then you know what we presented about (Qur’an 21:92-94). Our amr (order) has been broken up and Gog and Magog have taken control and are working hard to ensure the New World Order is put in place with the Dajjal as the leader.

 

Those with the abilities to give fatwas should also be consulted.

 

 

WHO WAS THE CRIMINAL AND WILL THEY BE PUNISHED?

Pounder on this; it was not Fir’aun and his chiefs who personally went down every house slaughtering/killing the baby boys and inflicting horrible torment on the children of Israel as can be seen in (Qur’an 2:49-50), (Qur’an 7:141), (Qur’an 14:6) . Slaughtering is more graphic than just killing as it necessarily means blood was spilled. Would you go spill blood of innocents since the government of a democratic manmade constitution ordered you to harass and kill innocent civilians?

 

What is the difference between the mindless followers of Fir’aun and the mindless followers of Gog and Magog nowadays who both go around killing innocents without even knowing why they are doing so? If you have read our 88th article you would In Shaa Allah know what to do and avoid being categorized as similar to Fir’aun’s people.

 

Fir’aun’s people’s behavior was that of disbelievers as can be seen in (Qur’an 3:10-11) and (Qur’an 8:52, 54).

 

In (Qur’an 44:17-22), we see that Musa was sent to Fir’aun’s people but they rejected him and it seems they even tried to stone him. Musa concludes by saying that these people are truly Mujrimun (disbelievers, polytheists, sinners, criminals, etc.). What we should really pounder on is that Fir’aun was considered the man of stakes in (Qur’an 38:12); why was Musa saying they might stone him? This just proves that the people of Fir’aun were also against Musa; it was probably the poor who gave out hints of wanting to stone Musa since the only way to hurt Musa without much cost was by stoning him. If they reached this extreme state of wanting to stone him, what do you think of their behavior towards Allah’s Messenger (Musa)? In (Qur’an 44:28) we see that other people inherited them, meaning that Fir’aun’s people were disqualified. People usually interpret (Qur’an 44:29) as if it was only meant for Fir’aun and his chiefs but that is not the case.  The heaven and the earth did not weep over Fir’aun’s people as well.

 

Fir’aun’s people followed the command of Fir’aun which was not the right guide. Because of following Fir’aun; Fir’aun will go-ahead of his people on the Day of Judgement and will lead them into the Fire (Hell). What’s more is that they were pursued by a curse in the deceiving life of Dunya and will be pursued by a curse in the Day of Resurrection. All this can be seen in (Qur’an 11:96-99)

 

In another Ayat from the Qur’an we see that Fir’aun’s people will enter the severest torment on the Day the Hour will be established as can be seen in (Qur’an 40:46).

 

Ingratitude to Allah only brings you ill fate. Always remember that and repent sincerely.

 

 

 

CASE STUDY OF OUR TIME FOR FOLLOWING THE DAJJAL’S SYSTEM

Before we present the case study please read (Qur’an 66:11) and (Qur’an 28:14-25). We will focus on the following Ayats: 

And Allah has set forth an example for those who believe, the wife of Fir’aun (Pharaoh), when she said: “My Lord! Build for me a home with You in Paradise, and save me from Fir’aun (Pharaoh) and his work, and save me from the people who are Zalimun.(Qur’an 66:11)

So he became afraid, looking about in the city (waiting as to what will be the result of his crime of killing), when behold, the man who had sought his help the day before, called for his help (again). Musa (Moses) said to him: “Verily, you are a plain misleader!” (Qur’an 28:18)

Then when he decided to seize the man who was an enemy to both of them, the man said: “O Musa (Moses)! Is it your intention to kill me as you killed a man yesterday? Your aim is nothing but to become a tyrant in the land, and not to be one of those who do right.” (Qur’an 28:19)

And there came a man running, from the farthest end of the city. He said: “O Musa (Moses)! Verily, the chiefs are taking counsel together about you, to kill you, so escape. Truly, I am to you of those who give sincere advice.” (Qur’an 28:20)

So he escaped from there, looking about in a state of fear. He said: “My Lord! Save me from the people who are Zalimun!” (Qur’an 28:21)

Then there came to him one of the two women, walking shyly. She said: “Verily, my father calls you that he may reward you for having watered (our flocks) for us.” So when he came to him and narrated the story, he said: “Fear you not. You have escaped from the people who are Zalimun.” (Qur’an 28:25)

 

Do you see the underlined Ayats in red; all of them show and prove that the people of Fir’aun were Zalimun (polytheists, disbelievers, and wrong-doers). There are many things that can be said about Zalimun but we see in (Qur’an 21:97) Gog and Magog who are identified as disbelievers will admit they were heedless and admit they were Zalimun. This is understandable if you consider (Qur’an 2:254).

 

….And it is the disbelievers who are the Zalimun. (Qur’an 2:254)

 

When you read (Qur’an 28:19) you get different views on who was the enemy and which man said, “O Musa! Is it your intention to kill me as you killed a man yesterday? Your aim is nothing but to become a tyrant in the land, and not to be one of those who do right.” Was it the Egyptian or was it the Israelite who said this?

 

We will take lessons from both views and derive benefits from them. Since Allah gave it to us in this nature, let us learn from both angles In Shaa Allah.

 

 

Scenario 1 in (Qur’an 28:19): What if the words were said by the Egyptian?

In the Shade of the Qur’an, Volume 13, Pg 170: When injustice is widespread and values are undermined, good people will be greatly distressed to see wrongdoing practically shaping society’s laws and traditions, and corrupting people’s nature so as to make them accept injustice without a thought of taking action to repel it. Indeed people’s nature may suffer such degeneration that they may reproach the victim for resisting injustice. They may even describe as “tyrant in the land’ a person who tries to prevent injustice being done to him or to others, as this second Egyptian called Moses. The fact is that the situation where tyranny smites at will, with no one to resist it, has become so familiar that people tend to accept it as the norm that reflects good manners, propriety and sound social structure. Should anyone rise to destroy such foul structure, their outcry would be loud, calling such rebel a killer or a tyrant. He would be the recipient of much of their blame, while the wrongdoer will get away with little criticism, if at all. The victim will be denied any justification, even though people realize that he could not tolerate injustice any longer.

 

 

Scenario 2 in (Qur’an 28:19): What if the words were said by the Israelite?

Anwar Anawlaki, The lives of the Prophets series: I just want to add one more thing about this man from Bani Israel, when Musa saw him causing trouble again what did he tell him? He told him, “You are a plain misleader.” Because he was causing too much trouble. When Musa told him you are a plain misleader the Israelite interpreted this as Musa wanting to attack him. He thought that Musa was going to attack him. So when Musa was moving ahead, he said, “You want to kill me just like you have killed someone the day before?” Who did Musa help the day before? He helped this man! The next day the man was willing to betray Musa who just saved him the day before. Musa did this man a favour by helping and supporting him. The next day he betrayed Musa and disclosed the secret. This shows you something. This shows you some of the qualities of people who are humiliated and oppressed. When people and societies go under oppression and humiliation for a long time; they become very weak personalities and they become very selfish. You find that people who are living under oppression are very selfish people; if they have been undergoing oppression for a very long time and they do nothing to stop it you can find the reason is because they are selfish. Everybody is saying myself myself. Because if they were considering the community. The oppression wouldn’t continue they would stop it. But these people are going through this oppression and continuously suffering the humiliation because they don’t want to work together. They are selfish because everyone is looking at his own benefit and gain. So this man is a representation of people who are humiliated and these are the type of people Musa had to deal with. He had to deal with people who lived under the oppression and tyranny of Fir’aun for a very long time. When people go under long period of humiliation they lose dignity; so this man doesn’t have any dignity. He doesn’t care if he betrays as long as it is going to save his life he will do anything. They lose their dignity and honor. An honorable and dignified person is not going to do this to someone who did him a favor; he is going to be grateful and he is willing to die to help Musa rather than betray Musa and cause him all this suffering and pain.

 

 

Understanding scenario 1 & 2 from Halaqah Media; From the Shadows – CD1

Today the freemasons weave another kind of magic in the form of hidden or openly propagated messages in films, televisions, cartoons, music and all the other cogs in their well-oiled media machine. And this same media machine has continuously been put into action to slander and destroy the character of Islam. Their arrogance knows no bounds and they obey no law, but that of their own making.

 

The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that a time would come when the whole world would gather around to plan the destruction of the Muslims as if they were gathered around a table to take part in a meal. Today the nations of the world are doing just that around the circular tables of the United Nations General Assembly hall.

 

He also said that the time of the Dajjal would be years of confusion, people will believe a liar and disbelieve one who is trustworthy and those who rebel against God will have a say in general affairs. Today, during the time preceding the Dajjal, there is also a time of confusion. The system set up by the fore runners of the Dajjal have ensnared many Muslims away from truth using lures such as wealth, materialism and fulfillment of earthly desires. A miserable trade indeed.

These times of tribulation are like a giant sieve sorting out the true believers from the apostates and the hypocrites. Many have adopted the lifestyle and philosophy of the Dajjal system retaining perhaps only their Muslim name or clothing wearing them like a badge to their identity, and in every other way embracing wholeheartedly the system that is being used to eradicate Islam.

 

Embracing the same system that stood back and did nothing when pregnant Muslim women had their bellies ripped open by Serbs, killing them and the contents of their womb. The same system that stands still whilst women and small girls are being raped in Kashmir, a system that stood still whilst mothers saw their children dragged away by soldiers during the night never to return simply because they spoke out against being refugees in their own homeland. And the same system that said nothing to the tyrant that gust woman and children simply because he danced to the Masonic tunes. For those who choose this system claim to love Allah and his Messenger but hate what He has brought, leave the guidance that is Islam and they adhere to the evil system of the Dajjal living their lives in accordance with its rules and seeking from it worldly rewards, disregarding the truth that is the Laws of Allah, they are those who invite upon themselves the wrath of Allah.

 

The forerunners to the Dajjal have set up this system to destroy Islam, either directly through military and economic coercion or indirectly using ideological warfare. They have divided and conquered instilling diseases such as nationalism and racism into the heart of the Ummah. Their biggest fear is Muslim unity and revival of the message brought by the last Prophet to mankind and everything they do is geared to prevent this.

 

Conclusion of Scenario 1 & 2 of (Qur’an 28:19)

We will know in the Hereafter who spoke those words in (Qur’an 28:19). If we make it to Paradise In Shaa Allah we can ask Musa to give us the answer. Both scenarios provide great proofs but they also provide great lessons too. In the Hereafter we will accept the fact it was an Egyptian or an Israelite who said such words.

 

But one thing is for certain; these two scenarios we have analyzed have not yet fully grasped the whole Muslim Ummah as of now. Some Muslims right now don’t even know that the tops of Gog and Magog rule over us and hence don’t feel the pressure of being slaves to them and the Dajjal system. When the Dajjal comes out in person during the tyrannical period is when we might have to live out these two scenarios fully in case we are not going through them now. We ask Allah to help us overcome all the fitnas.

 

 

 

EXTRA: WHY ARE DIFFERENT WORDS USED TO DESCRIBE THE PEOPLE OF FIR’AUN?

Now that we have covered the people of Fir’aun in a general sense, let us now focus on how Allah categorized the people that were under Fir’aun to learn more.

 

There are four words that we found being referred to the people of Fir’aun in the Qur’an. They are:

 

  1. Al with root words, Alif-Waw-Lam: (Qur’an 2:49:4), (Qur’an 2:50:7), (Qur’an 3:11:2), (Qur’an 7:130:3), (Qur’an 7:141:4), (Qur’an 8:52:2), (Qur’an 8:54:2,13), (Qur’an 14:6:12), (Qur’an 28:8:2), (Qur’an 40:28:5), (Qur’an 40:45:7), (Qur’an 40:46:10), (Qur’an 54:41:3)

 

  1. Qawm with root words, Qawm-Waw-Miim: (Qur’an 7:109:4, (Qur’an 7:137:26), (Qur’an 11:98:2), (Qur’an 20:79:3), (Qur’an 23:46:6), (Qur’an 25:36:4), (Qur’an 26:11:1), (Qur’an 27:12:15), (Qur’an 27:12:18), (Qur’an 28:32:24), (Qur’an 40:29:1), (Qur’an 40:30:4), (Qur’an 40:31:3), (Qur’an 40:32:1), (Qur’an 40:38:4), (Qur’an 40:39:1), (Qur’an 40:41:1), (Qur’an 43:51:4), (Qur’an 43:51:6), (Qur’an 43:54:2), (Qur’an 43:54:6), (Qur’an 44:17:4)

 

  1. Ruk’n with root words, Ra-Kaf-Nun: (Qur’an 51:39:2)

 

  1. Junudin with root words, Jun-Nun-Da: (Qur’an 10:90:7), (Qur’an 20:78:3), (Qur’an 28:6:8), (Qur’an 28:8:11), (Qur’an 28:39:3), (Qur’an 28:40:2), (Qur’an 44:24:5), (Qur’an 51:40:2), (Qur’an 85:17:4)

 

 

If the four words refer to the same people and they can be used interchangeably, what does it matter? It matters because we are being presented with certain critical information by Allah as we will see. Let us first see the definitions of these words before we start analyzing further:

 

Taken from the tafseer of “Surat Al-Baqarah – Part 21 – Ayah 49-54 Nouman Ali Khan”:  Alif-Waw-Lam: Now Allah says about this Ayah (Qur’an 2:49), when we rescued you from the followers of Fir’aun, from the descendents of Fir’aun. I will also translate this as the people of Fir’aun. Al comes from Alaa ya uluu which means to attribute yourself to someone. So this could be the legacy of the Pharoahs which means the dynasty of the Pharoahs. It could also mean the people who were politically associated with the Pharoahs meaning the entire system of the Pharoahs. The entire military regime, the generals, they would all come under Al. All the associates, all the people who affiliated themselves with the Pharoah would also come under Al. It is different from Ahal; so Al is more broad. It is not just the family of Fir’aun but it is also all those who associated themselves with Fir’aun; you could say the whole Pharoah dynasty. When we rescued you from the Pharoah dynasty….

Al(1) Al(2) Al(3)

Qawm Ra-Kaf-Nun

J-N-D (1) J-N-D (2)

Facts:

  • Musa and Harun were sent only to Fir’aun’s people (qawm) in Egypt and to take the children of Israel. Musa was also a Messenger to the children of Israel as can be seen in (Qur’an 61:5).
  • The existence of more than one Messenger at a time on the earth in different places is possible. For example Ibrahim and Lut were different prophets to different people in different areas at the same time. See (Qur’an 22:43) &(Qur’an 29:31-32).
  • More than one Messenger can be sent to the same people in one place. For example Musa and Harun were sent to Fir’aun’s people (qawm) in Egypt. Another example of multiple messengers in one area can be seen in (Qur’an 36:13-14) where three Messengers were sent to the same people (qawm). The proof the three messengers were really sent to the same people (qawm) can be seen in (Qur’an 36:20).
  • Fir’aun’s people (al) includes all those who affiliated themselves with him even if they were not from his people (qawm) or nation. One thing is for certain; these people (al) were more worthy of being referred to Fir’aun rather than by their own nations or any other identities. The fact Allah refers them as Fir’aun’s people (al) is enough of a proof that nothing could define such people more than Fir’aun. It most likely includes the children of Israel who didn’t believe in Musa as can be seen in (Qur’an 10:83) even though they were the people (qawm) of Musa. Qarun is a good example in that he was of Musa’s people (qawm) as seen in (Qur’an 28:76) but was more worthy of being referred to belonging to Fir’aun’s people (al).

 

 

Questions category 1:

Why did Allah say in (Qur’an 54:41) that warnings come to Fir’aun’s people (al)? The word used for the coming of warnings is ‘jaa’a’.

Jaa’a – grand arrival comes

Similar word: ‘Ataa – come/bring (something lesser in heaviness which ‘comes’ [in comparison to Jaa’ which refers to ‘Grand coming’).

For example in (Qur’an 20:69) the word ataa’ is used to show how weak magic is and to display how weak it is Allah states this word at the end of the Ayat to show its weakness. If the word Jaa’a was used; then magic would be considered great but it isn’t. Jaa’a is used for big things such when Hell is brought in the Day of Judgement [see (Qur’an 89:23:1) or when Allah comes down [see (Qur’an 89:22:1)]

If Musa and Harun were sent only to the Fir’auns people (qawm) then how is it that warnings came in such a grand fashion to even those who were not in Egypt?

Answers category 1:

From our facts above we can already agree that more than one Messenger can be sent to one group of people (qawm). Eg. Musa and Harun

From our facts above we can already agree that more than one Messenger can exist on earth to different groups of people (qawm). Eg. Ibrahim and Lut

We believe while Musa and Harun were sent to Fir’aun and his people (qawm) as Messengers; other people (qawm) that affiliated themselves with Fir’aun had their own guide be it a Messenger or a warner etc.

…… and to every people (qawm) there is a guide. (Qur’an 13:7)

……And there never was a nation (Ummah) but a warner had passed among them. (Qur’an 35:24)

And verily, We have sent among every Ummah a Messenger (proclaiming): “Worship Allah (Alone), and avoid (or keep away from) Taghut (all false deities, etc.).” Then of them were some whom Allah guided and of them were some upon whom the straying was justified. So travel through the land and see what was the end of those who denied. (Qur’an 16:36)

This most likely shows that those people (qawm) who were not the people (qawm) of Fir’aun but were Fir’aun’s people (al) had their own Messengers or warners that they didn’t obey. Allah says we don’t know all Messengers except a few but we can be sure every people (qawm) had their own guide.

And, indeed We have sent Messengers before you (O Muhammad SAW); of some of them We have related to you their story and of some We have not related to you their story,…… (Qur’an 40:78)

To conclude as to why warnings come to Fir’aun’s people (al) in such a grand fashion is because Fir’aun and his people (qawm) had received two Messengers. And the other groups of people (qawms) who affiliated themselves with Fir’aun had their own guides (be it a normal warner or a Messenger). They all most likely didn’t listen to their Messengers/guides and hence the stages in (Qur’an 23:74-78) took place.

 

Questions category 1(1):

If we continue reading (Qur’an 54:42) we see they denied all Signs of Allah and we see here that they were seized by the Seizure of Allah. Why didn’t Allah mention drowning in this case?

Answers category 1(1):

In (Qur’an 2:49), Fir’aun’s people (al) were mentioned to be drowned? This simply shows that some of his hosts that were drowned were not from Fir’aun’s people (qawm) but were probably other people (qawms) who were affiliated themselves with Fir’aun and were worthy of being attributed to Fir’aun.

We know from (Qur’an 27:17) that hosts can be as diverse as ever. If Sulaiman hosts included jinns (most likely different nationalities), men (most likely different nationalities) and birds (most likely different kinds of birds) then Fir’aun’s hosts must certainly have included different people (qawms).

Not all of Fir’aun’s people (al) were drowned because through (Qur’an 54:42) we see Allah mentioned the Seizure that took place but didn’t limit it to drowning. So while some/many of Fir’aun’s people (al) were drowned not all of them received their destructions via drowning.

Others might have received other forms of destruction. In the Hereafter, if we make it to Paradasi (Jannah) by Allah’s Mercy we can ask those Messengers how the different destructions took place.

The only destruction of one of Fir’aun’s people (al) we know of that was not of drowning was that of Qarun. In (Qur’an 28:81) we see Qarun’s destruction was that the earth swallowed him up along with his dwellings. Remember Qarun was not from Fir’aun’s people (qawm) but he was from Musa’s people (qawm); that is why he falls into the category of Fir’aun’s people (al).

We can also be sure they deserved such destructions because Allah says:

This is because your Lord would not destroy the (populations of) towns for their wrong-doing (i.e. associating others in worship along with Allah) while their people were unaware (so the Messengers were sent). (Qur’an 6:131)

And never will your Lord destroy the towns (populations) until He sends to their mother town a Messenger reciting to them Our Verses. And never would We destroy the towns unless the people thereof are Zalimun. (Qur’an 28:59)

Further proof they deserved their destructions is because of what Allah says to His Messenger:

And Verily, they were about to frighten you so much as to drive you out from the land. But in that case they would not have stayed (therein) after you, except for a little while. (This was Our) Sunnah (rule or way) with the Messengers We sent before you (O Muhammad SAW), and you will not find any alteration in Our Sunnah (rule or way, etc.). (Qur’an 17:76-77)

They are the ones who disbelieved, and hindered you from Al-Masjid-al-Haram and the sacrificial animals, detained from reaching their place of sacrifice. Had there not been believing men and believing women whom you did not know, that you may kill them, and on whose account a sin would have been committed by you without (your) knowledge, that Allah might bring into His Mercy whom He will, if they (believers & disbelievers) should have been apart We would have punished those of them who disbelieved with painful torment. (Qur’an 48:25)

An extra if you are wondering which people are most likely to receive Messengers; yes it is from al-quraa (the towns/villages), most likely the mother town/village and the rest of the qawms (people) had guides. Allah has placed in every (kulli) qaryatin (town/village) great ones of its wicked people to plot:

And We sent not before you (as Messengers) any but men, whom We inspired from among the people of townships….(Qur’an 12:109)

And never will your Lord destroy the towns (populations) until He sends to their mother town a Messenger reciting to them Our Verses. .. (Qur’an 28:59)

And We never sent before you any of the Messengers but verily, they ate food and walked in the markets….(Qur’an 25:20)

And thus We have set up in every town great ones of its wicked people to plot therein. But they plot not except against their ownselves and they perceive (it) not. (Qur’an 6:123)

To conclude, we see in (Qur’an 7:138-140) that when Musa and the children of Israel crossed the sea they came upon a people (qawm) devote to their idols. Musa said that these people (qawm) would be destroyed for what they are engaged in (idol-worship) and that all they were doing was in vain.

What Musa is saying is that these people had their own guide (a Messenger or a warner) that they didn’t want to follow and hence they would be destroyed. Did Musa and/or Harun go and give those people (qawm) dawah? Most likely not; and Allah knows best.

We have to realize that every Messenger came to his people (qawm) except Prophet Muhammad (SAW) whom we see was sent to his people (qawm) and the whole of mankind.

Say (O Muhammad SAW): “O mankind! Verily, I am sent to you all as the Messenger of Allah…..(Qur’an 7:158)

Yes, the Messenger of Allah to Gog and Magog is Prophet Muhammad (SAW) whether they acknowledge this fact or not.

In case you are worried about the jinns; there is no need to worry. Their Messenger is also Prophet Muhammad (SAW) as can be seen in the Quran how they are happy to submit to Allah via following His Messenger. All this can be seen in their dawah to their fellow jinns in (Qur’an 46:29-32).

Furthermore, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was sent as a mercy to all the worlds as can be seen in (Qur’an 21:107).

 

 

Question 2:

It is understandable in (Qur’an 11:98) to see that Fir’aun will lead his people (qawm) to the Fire in the Day of Resurrection. Musa and Harun were sent to Fir’aun’s people (qawm) and they denied because they preferred following Fir’aun’s command, so it is understandable they be lead by Fir’aun into the Fire.

But why do we see in (Qur’an 40:46) that Fir’aun’s people (al) are made to enter into the severest torment on the Day of Resurrection. It would be understandable if the word for people, ‘qawm’ would be used but the word for people used is ‘al’. Why was the word ‘al’ used instead of ‘qawm’?

The believing man from Fir’aun’s family was also referred to ‘al’ when he was first mentioned in (Qur’an 40:28) but the only reason we can tell he truly was from the family of Fir’aun is because he calls Fir’aun and his chiefs, ‘My people (qawm)’ every time he addresses them as can be seen in (Qur’an 40:29:1), (Qur’an 40:30:4), (Qur’an 40:31:3), (Qur’an 40:32:1), (Qur’an 40:38:4), (Qur’an 40:39:1) & (Qur’an 40:41:1). If the believing man did not address Fir’aun as his own people then we would have assumed he is from another group of people (qawm) who just affiliated himself with Fir’aun.

Furthermore in (Qur’an 40:45), Allah saved the believing man who hid his faith from the evil plots while an evil torment encompassed Fir’aun’s people (al). Why Fir’aun’s people (al) instead of Fir’aun’s people (qawm)? The whole time the believing man was addressing them as ‘My people (qawm)’, right? Could it be that even those who were not from Fir’aun’s people (qawm) but were affiliated with Fir’aun and his chiefs tried to harm this man? This seems to be the case but Allah knows best.

 

Answer 2:

The answer should be obvious but in case it isn’t, we can simply answer as follows: One will be with those he followed/loved in the Hereafter.

Do you see the dangers of following and loving Fir’aun (Dajjal’s democratic manmade constitutions)? Look at Qarun; though he is from the children of Israel but he affiliated himself with Fir’aun he is classified as one of Fir’aun’s people (al).

Do we want to be referred to as Dajjal’s people (al) in the Herafter because of following and loving his democratic manmade constitutions now?

 

 

Question 3:

Why did the punishment seen in (Qur’an 7:130) extend even to those who were not directly from Fir’aun’s people (qawm)? Allah says the punishment reached Fir’aun’s people (al) which means it includes Fir’aun’s people (qawm) and those who associated themselves with him.

Answer 3:

One will have to share the punishments of the one he is following. Do you see the dangers of following and loving Fir’aun (Dajjal’s democratic manmade constitutions)?

What do you suppose needs to be done? Do we want to be referred to as Dajjal’s people (al) and get punished too because of following and loving his democratic manmade constitutions? What do you suppose needs to be done?

The answers of what needs to be done can be found in the Quran and Sunnah. The punishment they went through was part of Allah’s Process as can be seen in (Qur’an 23:74-78).

 

Question 4:

Why was it that when Fir’aun turned away with his supporters as can be seen in (Qur’an 51:39), only Fir’aun and his hosts were drowned? This surely means that not all supporters were drowned right?

 

Answer 4:

Part of the answer for ‘Question 4’ can be seen in ‘Answers category 1(1)’ above.

 

This question is one of those questions which exposes one of the many weaknesses of Fir’aun. Other weaknesses of Fir’aun which are shown in the Qur’an are:

  • His fear of the ones he is oppressing seen in (Qur’an 28:6).
  • His insecurities which show up when pitted against the truth and he has to refer to his people is political way and not a tyrant way.

 

The weakness we see in (Qur’an 51:39) is that Fir’aun actually needed support. He couldn’t do everything himself. It was because of his support that he felt self sufficient.

 

Nay! Verily, man does transgress all bounds (in disbelief and evil deed, etc.) because he considers himself self-sufficient. (Qur’an 96:6-7)

 

He deluded himself to such an extent he believed he was a god. The ones who gave him support are also full of surprises; how could they fear a man like Fir’aun when they saw him everyday go to the washroom, eat to survive and believe he was a god. Allah explains this situation between Fir’aun and his support as follows: ….So weak are (both) the seeker and the sought. (Qur’an 22:73)

 

All these are questions one may ask themselves if they try to understand all those under Fir’aun. Do you see how they apply to us in our times? We have a Messenger (Muhammad SAW) from Allah and Ad-Dajjal’s democratic manmade constitutions? Just like how the title of the Pharoah remained but different people implemented it is similar to how the system of democratic manmade constitutions remains the same but different people implement it. The dynasty of the Pharoahs = The dynasty of democratic manmade constitutions. 

It may seem that we are not presenting what needs to be done but instead we are presenting what is going on. Now that you know what is going on; what will you do according to the Quran and Sunnah?

 

 

WHAT IS OUR SITUATION NOW? AND ARE WE EVEN PLEASING ALLAH?

Anwar Aw-laki: We sometimes establish our religious views based on what is the predominant case around us, so we think because this is how we are now; this is the right way to be.

 

And if you obey most of those on earth, they will mislead you far away from Allah’s Path. They follow nothing but conjectures, and they do nothing but lie. (Qur’an 6:116)

Truly We have made it (as) a trail for the Zalimun (polytheists, disbelievers, wrong-doers, etc.). Verily, it is a tree that springs out of the bottom of Hell-fire, the shoots of its fruit-stalks are like the heads of Shayatin (devils); truly, they will eat thereof and fill their bellies therewith. Then on the top of that they will be given boiling water to drink so that it becomes a mixture (of boiling water and Zaqqum in their bellies). Then thereafter, verily, their return is to the flaming fire of Hell. Verily, they found their fathers on the wrong path; so they (too) made haste to follow in their footsteps! And indeed most of the men of old went astray before them; and indeed We sent among them warners (Messengers); then see what was the end of those who were warned (but heeded not). (Qur’an 39:63-73)

And (remember) when your Lord brought forth from the Children of Adam, from their loins, their seed (or from Adam’s loin his offspring) and made them testify as to themselves (saying): “Am I not your Lord?” They said: “Yes! We testify,” lest you should say on the Day of Resurrection: “Verily, we have been unaware of this. Or lest you should say: “It was only our fathers afortime who took others as partners in worship along with Allah, and we were (merely their) descendants after them; will You then destroy us because of the deeds of men who practised Al-Batil (i.e. polytheism and committing crimes & sins, invoking & worshipping others besides Allah)?”. (Qur’an 7:172-173)

Look at Ibrahim, Salman Al-Farasi, Abu Bakr and others who didn’t follow the shirk they witnessed from their parents and society. Ali the son of Abu Talib too should be praised for accepting Islam despite his very young age and despite his father not accepting Islam.

 

Instead of following Prophet Muhammad (SAW) as (Qur’an 3:31) states; people follow the evils shown in: (Qur’an 2:102), (Qur’an 71:21) to name a few.

 

Are we pleasing Allah?’ is a good question to ask ourselves. Are proud of following this way of life made up by the Dajjal?:

 

We have the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789 (Adopted) & 1793 (Not adopted) each showing and proving the Dajjal is behind the democratic manmade constitutions {Do you see the one eye on the Pyramid on top of the rules?}:

declaration Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1793

Nothing can change the fact that these democratic manmade constitutions came from the Dajjal. Just because they don’t teach the true origins of where these democratic manmade constitutions came from schools does not mean that it is a good system. These are facts which we can’t ignore.

There is also a quote by Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus, or Erasmus of Rotterdam, a 16th-century Dutch Renaissance humanist which says: In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

Some people justify the quote as simply a proverb which means that among people with a disadvantage or disability, the person with the mildest disadvantage or disability is dominant; even someone with limited talent or ability is considered special by those having no talent or ability. This is not the case because:

  1. The one who gave this quote is a humanist. A humanist is one who would be okay with democratic manmade constitutions which state within themselves that there is no higher authority than the constitution. Really! Not even Allah is higher than the constitution?!?! And who makes the laws in the constitutions? A body of parliament makes the laws. It is as if Allah didn’t already give us His Perfect Laws.
  1. All secret societies worship and revere the one eyed Horus (Dajjal). This means the quote most likely was aimed to mean the Dajjal himself was the king over the blind. They consider themselves to be illuminated and love the titles such as Lucifer the light bearer. They flaunt their leader’s one eye symbolism in their politics, music, movies, magazines and so on. This really goes to show how much they respect the Dajjal.

 

Yes, in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. But we Muslims are not blind because we have the Light of the Qur’an and Sunnah. Without light, there would be no sight. Do you see how the Quran and Sunnah allows us Muslims to see the reality of the Dajjal and the falsehoods he has created? This is why the Dajjal is not a king for the Muslims; we Muslims only recognize Allah as our one and only King. The Dajjal is the king of the blind who follow Satan’s (Iblis’s) so-called light thinking it is light.

O mankind! Verily, there has come to you a convincing proof (Prophet Muhammad SAW) from your Lord, and We sent down to you a manifest light (this Qur’an). So, as for those who believed in Allah and held fast to Him, He will admit them to His Mercy and Grace (i.e. Paradise), and guide them to Himself by a Straight Path. (Qur’an 4:174-175)

Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered prophet, whom they find written in what they have of the Torah and the Gospel, who enjoins upon them what is right and forbids them what is wrong and makes lawful for them what is wrong and makes lawful for them the good things and prohibits for them the evil and relieves them of their burden and the shackles which were upon them. So they who believed in him, honored him, supported him and followed the light which was sent down with him – it is those who will be successful. (Qur’an 7:157)

Therefore, believe in Allah and His Messenger, and in the Light (this Qur’an) which We have sent down. And Allah is All-Aware of what you do. (Qur’an 64:8)

Other lights were sent in the past as can be seen in (Qur’an 5:44), (Qur’an 5:46), (Qur’an 21:48), (Qur’an 35:24-25).

The Messengers were to bring their people out of darkness into light. An example of this can be seen with Musa in (Qur’an 14:5).  In (Qur’an 14:1) we see that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) to whom the Quran was revealed to was lo lead not only his people but the whole of mankind out of darkness into light by Allah’s Leave to Allah’s Path.

Important note: Having light does not necessarily mean that one will follow the truth (light). That is the sad reality. How many Muslims know certain things are wrong but they still do them? We should aim to increase our love to Allah and His Messengers so that we can be like the companions of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) who left drinking alcohol so easily because they loved pleasing Allah more.

We should also ask ourselves the following:

Do you assume you will live and rest in peace with your families in the hands of Gog and Magog? OR ARE YOU TERRIFIED OF ASSUMING RESPONSIBILITY?

What responsibility are we talking about? The responsibility of pleasing Allah and following the His Book (the Quran) along with the authentic sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

 

WHY DON’T WE LEARN FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS

In the 88th article we ended the article by showing how the leaders and followers will argue with each other in (Qur’an 34:31-33). Let us look at a new perspective of them again in the Hereafter from (Qur’an 7:38-39) and (Qur’an 38:59-64). There are many others scenes in the Hereafter from the Qur’an but they will be explored in future articles In Shaa Allah.

(Qur’an 7:38-39)

(Allah) will say: “Enter you in the company of nations who passed away before you, of men and jinns, into the Fire.” Every time a new nation enters, it curses its sister nation (that went before), until they will be gathered all together in the Fire. The last of them will say to the first of them: “Our Lord! These misled us, so give them a double torment of the Fire.” He will say: “For each one there is double (torment), but you know not.” (Qur’an 7:38) 

 The first of them will say to the last of them: “You were not better than us, so taste the torment for what you used to earn.” (Qur’an 7:39)

Source: http://www.islamicity.org/4706/the-destroyed-generations/: Every time a company of evil people will enter the Fire of hell, they will curse the people who went before. They will blame their evil deeds on the earlier generation and say that they were misled. But their curse will have no effect. Both parties will receive a double penalty. The first generation will get penalty for their own bad sins and for setting up bad example to the next generation. The later generation will get double penalty for their own bad sins and for the failure in learning from the past generation.

 

(Qur’an 38:59-64)

This is a troop entering with you (in Hell), no welcome for them! Verily, they shall burn in the Fire. (Qur’an 38:59)

(The followers of the misleaders will say): “Nay, you (too)! No welcome for you! It is you (misleaders) who brought this upon us (because you misled us in the world), so evil is this place to stay in!” (Qur’an 38:60)

They will say: “Our Lord! Whoever brought this upon us, add to him a double torment in the Fire!” (Qur’an 38:61)

And they will say: “What is the matter with us that we see not men whom we used to count among the bad ones?” (Qur’an 38:62)

Did we take them as an object of mockery, or have (our) eyes failed to perceive them?” (Qur’an 38:63)

Verily, that is the very truth, the mutual dispute of the people of the Fire! (Qur’an 38:64)

It is obvious the people in Hell don’t already want more people to enter because they are already jammed in and because more people means the Fire gets hotter because men are fuel for Hell. Also some people will come with what they are worshipping as more fuel.

…then fear the Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones, prepared for the disbelievers. (Qur’an 2:24)

Certainly! You (disbelievers) and that which you are worshipping now besides Allah, are (but) fuel for Hell. (Surely), you will enter it. (Qur’an 21:98)

It is also interesting to note that in (Qur’an 21:98) the arabic word “man” which is used for people is not used but the word “maa” was used for objects. This indicates that if a righteous person was worshipped without wanting such worship; then he will not be fuel for the fire. The rocks and pictures that represent the righteous person might be fuel we believe. Also (Qur’an 21:101-103) shows that these righteous people will be having such a good time in the Hereafter they won’t even hear the slightest sound of Hell.

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The body of Fir’aun: The ultimate sign to the leaders and followers of Gog and Magog

firon dead body

Will we dare follow the example of Fir’aun, his chiefs and his people? Can Fir’aun help you or his people as he is now? Will Gog and Magog help you in the Hereafter?

Are Gog and Magog trying hard to avoid Paradise and striving hard to enter Hellfire? If that is the case; Fir’aun’s model, Fir’aun’s chiefs’ model and the Fir’aun’s people’s model are the best way to ensure a place in Hellfire.

If anyone wants a place in Hellfire; they should do what Gog and Magog are doing best; and that causing corruption and mischief. Hadiths clearly states that Gog and Magog will be in Hellfire so we are not wrong in saying they will be in Hell; except those who shift from being Gog and Magog and become Muslims.

Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Everyone of my Ummah will enter Jannah except those who refuse”. He was asked: “Who will refuse?” He (ﷺ) said, “Whoever obeys me, shall enter Jannah, and whosoever disobeys me, refuses to (enter Jannah)”. [Al-Bukhari]

145 - IARLG - ONE OF THE BIGGEST SIGN AND WARNING TO GOG AND MAGOG; Date 2nd December 2016; 2nd or 3rd Rabi-Awwal 1438 (74 downloads)

 

 

 

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