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    As-salamu alaykum,

    I made this topic just to remind everyone about Dajjal! One of the signs of Dajjal's coming is people forgetting who Dajjal is! It is said that the time of Dajjal will be the toughest tests for all believers and the rest of humanity since the history of creation... People will starve, people will be slain, all who oppose Dajjal will face the ultimate difficulties of the duniya. Only those that know about Dajjal, how he looks like, what he will do, etc. will make it through the test... It is REALLY important for all of us to keep reminding all our Muslim brothers and sisters about who Dajjal is!

    From what I know, Dajjal will be blind in one eye. All the believers will be able to read "Kafir" between his eyes on his head. His skin tone will appear to be a mixture of white and red. He will have curly hair that will appear to look like snakes. He won't be very tall. Most important is that we acknowledge that Dajjal will be a MAN, and not a symbol like how many people claim that "the television is Dajjal" or other things such. It is also told that the world will experience many hardships such as famine, weather changes, etc. Allah (s.w.t) will grand Dajjal some powers such as bringing rain to the earth upon his command, which will bring rise to crops and other food which will pull people to believe that he is God. Dajjal will also be confronted by a young Muslim who will accuse Dajjal of lying about being God. Upon being challenged, Dajjal will summon Jins who will be in the form of the Muslim challenger's dead parents, in an attempt to delude the Muslim youth that his parents have been resurrected, the young Muslim challenger will claim he is 100% sure that Dajjal is indeed a liar and Dajjal will kill the young boy. This young boy is referred by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the greatest martyr of Islam.

    Another interesting point to note is that during the time of Dajjal, there will also be a great Prophet who will return to the world - Isa (PBUH). He shall return to aid the Muslims in the battle and defeat Dajjal, inshallah!

    There are many other things about Dajjal's appearance and what he will do that I have possibly not mentioned above, so please post any missed information or correct any incorrect information that I have posted so we can all have a clear picture of this evil being and remind ourselves and others about him!

    And Allah knows best!

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    JazakAllah khair for the reminder . There are some authentic hadith about Dajjal. U may post those.


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    Anas bin Malik narrated that the Messenger of Allah*صلى الله عليه وسلم said "Every Prophet from the first to the last warned and informed his people about the Dajjal due to the severity of* his trials & tribulations."* (Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim). According to variations of this Hadith, "...No prophet was sent who did not warn his people of the Dajjal..."

    Allah is not one eyed while Messiah, Ad-Dajjal is blind in the right eye and his eye looks like a bulging out grape. While sleeping near the Ka'ba last night, I saw in my dream a man of brown color the best one can see amongst brown color and his hair was long that it fell between his shoulders. His hair was lank and water was dribbling from his head and he was placing his hands on the shoulders of two men while circumambulating the Kabah. I asked, 'Who is this?' They replied, 'This is Jesus, son of Mary.' Behind him I saw a man who had very curly hair and was blind in the right eye, resembling Ibn Qatan (i.e. an infidel) in appearance. He was placing his hands on the shoulders of a person while performing Tawaf around the Ka'ba. I asked, 'Who is this? 'They replied, 'The Masih, Ad-Dajjal.'
    (Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 4, Book 55, No. 649)

    I dreamt at night that I was at the Kabah, and I saw a dark man like the most handsome of dark men you have ever seen. He had hair reaching to between his ears and his shoulders like the most excellent of such hair that you have seen. He had combed his hair, and water was dripping from it. He was leaning on two men or on the shoulders of two men doing tawaf around Kabah. I asked, 'Who is this?' It was said, 'al-Masih ibn Maryam.' Then we were with a man with wiry hair and blind in his right eye, as if it was a floating grape. I asked 'Who is this?' It was said to me, 'This is al-Masih ad-Dajjal.'
    (Malik's Muwatta, Book 49, No. 49.2.2)

    I saw myself (in a dream) near the Ka'ba last night, and I saw a man with whitish red complexion, the best you may see amongst men of that complexion having long hair reaching his earlobes which was the best hair of its sort, and he had combed his hair and water was dropping from it, and he was performing the Tawaf around the Ka'ba while he was leaning on two men or on the shoulders of two men. I asked, 'Who is this man?' Somebody replied, '(He is) Messiah, Son of Mary.' Then I saw another man with very curly hair, blind in the right eye which looked like a protruding out grape. I asked, 'Who is this?' Somebody replied, '(He is) Messiah, Ad-Dajjal.'
    (Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 9, Book 87, No. 128)


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    Below is an extract from a must read source

    Abd'Allâh ibn 'Amr said, "I went to the Prophet (peace be upon him) one day whilst he was performing Wudu' (ablution) slowly and carefully. He raised his head, looked at me and said, 'Six things will happen to this Ummah: the death of your Prophet - 'and when I heard that I was aghast,' - this is the first. The second is that your wealth will increase so much that if a man were given ten thousand, he would still not be content with it. The third is that tribulation will enter the house of every one of you. The fourth is that sudden death will be widespread. The fifth is a peace-treaty between you and the Romans: they will gather troops against you for nine months - like a woman's period of childbearing - then they will be the first to break the treaty. The sixth is the conquest of a city.' I asked, 'O Messenger of Allah, which city?' He said, 'Constantinople.' " (Ahmad)


    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'There are three things which, when they appear, no good will it do a soul to believe in them then, if it believed not before nor earned righteousness through its Faith. They are: The Dajjal, the Beast, and the rising of the sun from the west.' "

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'Hasten to do good deeds before six things happen: the rising of the sun from the West, the smoke, the Dajjal, the beast, the (death) of one of you, or general tribulation.' " (Ahmad, Muslim.)

    Hudhayfah ibn 'Ubayd said, "The Prophet came upon us whilst, we were busy in discussion He asked us, 'What are you talking about?' We said, 'We are discussing the Hour.' He said, 'It will not come until you see ten signs: the smoke, the Dajjal, the beast, the sun rising from the West, the descent of Jesus son of Mary, Gog and Magog, and three land-slides - one in the East, one in the West, and one in Arabia, at the end of which fire will burst forth from the direction of Aden (Yemen) and drive people to the place of their final assembly.' " (Ahmad)

    THE BATTLE WITH THE ROMANS:
    After the battle with the Romans, which ended with the conquest of Constantinople, the Dajjal will appear, and Jesus son of Mary will descend from Heaven to the earth, to the white minaret in the east of Damascus, at the time of Salat al-Fajr (the morning prayer), as we shall see in the Saheeh Traditions.
    Dhu Mukhammar said, "The Prophet (pbuh) said, 'You will make a peace-treaty with the Romans, and together you will invade an enemy beyond Rome. You will be victorious and take much booty. Then you will camp in a hilly pasture; one of the Roman men will come and raise a cross and say "Victory to the Cross", so one of the Muslims will come and kill him. Then the Romans will break the treaty, and there will be a battle. They will gather an army against you and come against you with eighty banners, each banner followed by 10,000 men.' " (Ahmad, Abű Dâwűd, Ibn Majah.)

    Yusayr ibn Jabir said, "Once there was a red storm in Kufah. A man came who had nothing to say except, 'O 'Abdullâh ibn Mas'ud, has the Hour come?" 'Abdullâh was sitting reclining against something, and said, 'The Hour will not come until people will not divide inheritance, nor rejoice over booty.' Pointing towards Syria, he said. 'An enemy will gather forces against the Muslims and the Muslims will gather forces against them.' I asked, 'Do you mean the Romans?' He said, 'Yes. At that time there will be very heavy fighting. The Muslims will prepare a detachment to fight to the death; they will not return unless they are victorious. They will fight until night intervenes. Both sides will return without being victorious; then many will be killed on both sides. On the fourth day, the Muslims who are left will return to the fight, and Allah will cause the enemy to be routed. There will be a battle the like of which has never been seen, so that even if a bird were to pass their ranks, it would fall down dead before it reached the end of them. Out of a family of one hundred, only one man will survive, so how could he enjoy the booty or divide any inheritance? While they are in this state, they will hear of an even worse calamity. A cry will reach them: "The Dajjal has taken your place among your offspring." So they will throw away whatever is in their hands and go forward, sending 10 horsemen as a scouting party. The Prophet said, 'I know their names, and the names of their fathers, and the colours of their horses. They will be the best horsemen on the face of the earth on that day.' " (Ahmad, Muslim).

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'The Hour will not come until the Romans camp at al-A'mash or Dabiq. An army, composed of the best people on earth at that time, will come out from Madînah to meet them. When they have arranged themselves in ranks, the Romans will say, 'Do not stand between us and those who took prisoners from amongst us. Let us fight with them.' One-third will run away, and Allah will never forgive them. One-third will be killed, and they will be the best of martyrs in Allâh's sight. One-third, who will never be subjected to trials or tribulations, will win, and will conquer Constantinople. Whilst they are sharing out the booty, after hanging their swords on the olive-trees, Satan will shout to them that the Dajjal has taken their place among their families. When they come to Syria, the Dajjal will appear, while they are preparing for battle and drawing up the ranks. When the time for prayer comes, Jesus the son of Mary will descend and lead them in prayer. When the enemy of Allah (i.e. the Dajjal) sees him, he will start to dissolve like salt in water, but Allah will kill him.' " (Muslim.)

    The Prophet said, "The Hour will not come until the furthest border of the Muslims will be in Bula." Then he said, "O 'Alî!" 'Alî said, "May my father and mother be sacrificed for you!" The Prophet said, "You will fight the Romans, and those who come after you will fight them, until the best people among the Muslims, the people of al-Hijaz, will go out to fight them, fearing nothing but Allah. They will conquer Constantinople with Tasbih and Takbir (saying "Subhan Allah" and "Allâhu Akbar"), and they will obtain booty the like of which has never been seen - they will share it out by scooping it up with their sheilds. Someone will come and say, 'The Dajjal has appeared in your land', but he will be lying. Anyone who takes notice of him will regret it, and anyone who ignores him will regret it." (Ibn Majah.)

    Nafi' ibn 'Utbah said, "The Prophet said, 'You will attack Arabia, and Allah will enable you to conquer it. Then you will attack Persia, and Allah will enable you to conquer it. Then you will attack Rome, and Allah will enable you to conquer it. Then you will attack the Dajjal, and Allah will enable you to conquer him.' " (Muslim)
    When Mustawrid al-Qurashi was sitting with 'Amr ibn al-'As, he said, "I heard the Prophet say, 'The Hour will come when the Romans will be in the majority.' 'Amr asked him, "What are you saying?" He said, "I am repeating that which I heard from the Prophet." 'Amr said, "If you say this, it is true, because they have four good characteristics: they are the most able to cope with tribulation, the quickest to recover after disaster and to return to the fight after disaster, and are the best as far as treating the poor, weak and orphans is concerned. They have a fifth characteristic which is very good; they do not allow themselves to be oppressed by their kings." The Prophet said, "You will fight the Romans, and Believers from the Hijaz will fight them after you, until Allah enables them to conquer Constantinople and Rome with Tasbih and Takbir ("Subhan Allah" and "Allâhu Akbar"). Its fortifications will collapse, and they will obtain booty the like of which has never been seen, so that they will share it out by scooping it up with their shields. Then someone will cry, 'O Muslims! the Dajjal is in your country, with your families', and the people will leave the wealth. Anyone who takes notice will regret it and anyone who ignores it will regret it. They will ask, 'Who shouted?' but they will not know who he is. They will say, you will hear about his deeds.' So they will go and see, and if they see that everything is normal, they will say, 'No-one would give a shout like that for no reason, so let us go together to Ilya'.' If we find the Dajjal there we will fight him together, until Allah decides between us and him. If we do not find the Dajjal, we will go back to our country and our families.' "

    Mu'adh ibn Jabal said, "The Prophet said, 'The building of Bayt al-Maqdis (in Jerusalem) will be followed by the destruction of Yathrib (Madînah), which will be followed by the conquest of Constantinople, which will be followed by the appearance of the Dajjal.' Then he put his hand on the thigh or the shoulder of the one with whom he was speaking (i.e. Mu'adh), and said, 'This is as true as the fact that you are here (or as true as you are sitting here).' "
    This does not mean that Madînah will be destroyed completely before the appearance of the Day, but that will happen at the end of time, as we shall see in some authentic Ahadîth. But the building of Bayt al-Maqdis will be the cause of the destruction of Madînah, as it was proven in the Hadîth that the Dajjal will not be able to enter Madînah. He will be prevented from doing so because it is surrounded by angles bearing unsheathed swords. Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said about Madînah: 'Neither plague nor the Dajjal can enter it.' " (al-Bukhârî)

    Appearance of Dajjal
    First of all, we will quote the reports which mention the liars and "dajjals" who will precede the coming off the Dajjal, or Antichrist, who will be the last of them; may Allah curse them and punish them with Hell-fire.
    Jabir ibn Samurah said, "I heard the Prophet say, 'Just before the Hour there will be many liars.'" Jabir said, "Be on your guard against them." (Muslim).

    Jabir said, "I heard the Prophet say, 'Just before the Hour there will be many liars; among them is the one in al-Yamamah, the 'Ansi in San'a', the one in Himyar, and the Dajjal. This will be the greatest fitnah.''' (Ahmad)
    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, "The Hour will not come ... until nearly 30 "dajjals" (liars) appear, each one claiming to be a messenger from Allah.'" (al-Bukhârî Muslim.)

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'The Hour will not come until 30 "dajjals" appear, each of them claiming to be a messenger from Allah, wealth increases, tribulations appear and al-Harj increases.'" Someone asked, 'What is al-Harj?' He said, 'Killing, killing.' (Ahmad)

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'The Hour will not come until 30 "dajjals" appear, all of them lying about Allah and His Messenger." (Abű Dâwűd)

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'Just before the Hour, there will be 30 "dajjals", each of whom will say, I am a Prophet.'" (Ahmad)

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'There will be "dajjals" and liars among my Ummah. They will tell you something new, which neither you nor your forefathers have heard. Be on your guard against them, and do not let them lead you astray.'" (Ahmad)

    Thawban said, "The Prophet said, 'There will be 30 liars among my Ummah. Each one will claim that he is a prophet; but I am the last of the Prophets (Seal of the Prophets), and there will be no Prophet after me.'" (Ahmad)

    The Prophet said, "Verily before the Day of Resurrection there will appear the Dajjal, and 30 or more liars." (Ahmad)

    Ibn 'Umar said, "I heard the Prophet say, 'Among my Ummah there will be more than 70 callers, each of whom will be calling people to Hell-fire. If I wished, I could tell you their names and tribes.'"

    Abű Bakrah said, "The people spoke a great deal against Musaylimah before the Prophet said anything about him. Then the Prophet got up to give a speech and said: '...as for this man about whom you have spoken so much - he is one of the 30 liars who will appear before the Hour, and there is no town which will not feel the fear of the Antichrist.'" (Ahmad)

    In another version of this report, the Prophet said, "He is one of the 30 liars who will appear before the Dajjal. There is no town which will escape the fear of the Dajjal, apart from Madînah. At that time there will be two angels at every entrance of Madînah, warding off the fear of the Antichrist." Anas ibn Malik said, "The Prophet said, 'The time of the Dajjal will be years of confusion. People will believe a liar, and disbelieve one who tells the truth. People will distrust one who is trustworthy, and trust one who is treacherous; and the Ruwaybidah will have a say.' Someone asked, 'Who are the Ruwaybidah?' He said, 'Those who rebel against Allah and will have a say in general affairs.'" (Ahmad)

    Ahadîth about the Dajjal
    'Abdullâh ibn 'Umar said, "'Umar ibn al-Khattab went along with the Prophet and a group of people to Ibn Sayyad, and found him playing with some children near the battlement of Banu Maghalah. At that time Ibn Sayyad was on the threshold of adolescence; he did not realise that anybody was near until the Prophet struck him on the back. The Prophet (S) said to him: 'Do you bear witness than I am the Messenger of Allah?' Ibn Sayyad looked at him and said, 'I bear witness that you are the Prophet of the unlettered.' Then Ibn Sayyad said to the Prophet, 'Do you bear witness that I am the Messenger of Allah?' The Prophet dismissed this and said, 'I believe in Allah and His Messengers.' Then the Prophet asked him, 'What do you see?' Ibn Sayyad said, 'Sometimes a truthful person comes to me, and sometimes a liar.' The Prophet said to him, 'You are confused', then he said, 'I am hiding something from you.' Ibn Sayyad said, 'It is Dukh.' The Prophet said, 'Silence! You will not be able to go beyond your rank.' 'Omar ibn al-Khattab said, 'O Messenger of Allah, shall I cut off his head?' The Prophet said, 'If he is (the Dajjal) you will not be able to overpower him, and if he is not, then killing will not do you any good.'"

    Salim ibn 'Abdullâh said, "I heard 'Abdullâh ibn 'Omar say, 'After that, the Prophet and Ubayy ibn Ka'b went along to the palm trees where Ibn Sayyad was. The Prophet started to hide behind a tree, with the intention of hearing something from Ibn Sayyad before Ibn Sayyad saw him. The Prophet saw him lying on a bed, murmuring beneath a blanket. Ibn Sayyad's mother saw the Prophet hiding behind a tree, and said to her son, "O Saf (Ibn Sayyad's first name), here is Mohammad!" Ibn Sayyad jumped up, and the Prophet said, "If you had left him alone, he would have explained himself.''

    Salim said, "'Abdullâh ibn 'Omar said, The Prophet stood up to address the people. He praised Allah as He deserved to be praised, then he spoke about the Dajjal: 'I warn you against him; there is no Prophet who has not warned his people against him, even Noah warned his people against him. But I will tell you something which no other Prophet has told his people. You must know that the Dajjal is one-eyed, and Allah is not one-eyed.'"

    Ibn Shihab said: "'Omar ibn Thabit al-Ansari told me that some of the Companions of the Prophet told him that on the day when he warned the people about the Dajjal, the Prophet said: "There will be written between his eyes the word Kafir (unbeliever). Everyone who resents his bad deeds - or every believer- will be able to read it." He also said, "You must know that no one of you will be able to see his Lord until he dies.'" (Muslim, al-Bukhârî). Ibn 'Omar said, "The Prophet mentioned the Dajjal to the people. He said, "Allah is not one-eyed, but the Dajjal is blind in his right eye, and his eye is like a floating grape.'" (Muslim) Anas ibn Malik said, "The Prophet said, 'there has never been a Prophet who did not warn his people against that one-eyed liar. Verily he is one-eyed and your Lord is not one-eyed. On his forehead will be written the letter Kaf, Fa, Ra (Kafir).'" (Muslim, al-Bukhârî)

    Hudhayfah said, "The Prophet said, 'I know more about the powers which the Dajjal will have than he will know himself. He will have two flowing rivers: one will appear to be pure water, and the other will appear to be flaming fire. Whosoever lives to see that, let him choose the river which seems to be fire, then let him close his eyes, lower his head and drink from it, for it will be cold water. The Dajjal will be one-eyed; the place where one eye should be will be covered by a piece of skin. On his forehead will be written the word Kafir, and every believer, whether literate or illiterate, will be able to read it.'" (Muslim)

    Abű Hurayrah said, "The Prophet said, 'Shall I tell you something about the Dajjal which no Prophet has ever told his people before me? The Dajjal is one-eyed and will bring with him something which will resemble Paradise and Hell; but that which he calls Paradise will in fact be Hell. I warn you against him as Noah warned his people against him.'" (al-Bukhârî, Muslim)

    Mohammad ibn Munkadir said: "I saw Jabir ibn 'Abdullâh swearing by Allah that Ibn Sayyad was the Dajjal, so I asked him, 'Do you swear by Allah?' He said, 'I heard 'Omar swear to that effect in the presence of the Prophet, and the Prophet did not disapprove of it.'" Some 'ulama' (scholars) say that some of the Sahabah (Companions of the Prophet) believed Ibn Sayyad to be the greater Dajjal, but that is not the case: Ibn Sayyad was a lesser dajjal. Ibn Sayyad travelled between Makkah and Madînah with Abű Sa'id, and complained to him about the way that people were saying that he was the Dajjal. Then he said to Abű Sa'id, "Did not the Prophet say that the Dajjal would not enter Madînah? I was born there. Did not he say that he would not have any children? - I have children. Did not he say that he would be a Kafir? - I have embraced Islam. Of all the people, I know the most about him: I know where he is now. If I were given the opportunity to be in his place, I would not resent it.'" (al-Bukhârî, Muslim)

    There are many Ahadîth about Ibn Sayyad, some of which are not clear as to whether he was the Dajjal or not. We shall see Ahadîth which indicates that the Dajjal is not Ibn Sayyad, as in the Hadîth of Fatimah Bint Qays al-Fahriyyah, although this does not mean that he was not one of the lesser Dajjal; but Allah knows best.

    THE HADĪTH OF FATIMAH BINT QAYS:
    'Amir ibn Sharahil Sha'bi Sha'b Hamdan reported that he asked Fatimah bint Qays, the sister of Dahhak ibn Qays, who was one of the first Muhajirat, "Tell me a Hadîth which you heard directly from the Prophet with no narrator in between." She said, "I can tell you if you like." He said, 'Yes, please tell me," she said, "I married Ibn al-Mughirah, who was one of the best of the youth of Quraysh in those days. But he fell in the first Jihad on the side of the Prophet. "When I became a widow, 'Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Awf, one of the companions of the Prophet sent me a proposal of marriage. The Prophet also sent me a proposal of marriage on behalf of his freedman Usamah ibn Zayd. I had been told that the Prophet had said, 'He who loves me should also love Usamah.' When the Prophet spoke to me, I said, 'It is up to you: marry me to whomever you wish.' "The Prophet said, 'Go and stay with Umm Sharik.' Umm Sharik was a rich Ansari (Muslim originally from Madînah) woman, who spent much in the way of Allah and entertained many guests. I said, 'I will do as you wish.' Then he said, 'Don't go. Umm Sharik has many guests, and I would not like it if your head or leg were to become uncovered accidentally and people saw something you would not wish them to see. It is better if you go and stay with your cousin 'Abdullâh ibn 'Amr ibn Umm Maktum' ('Abdullâh was of the Banu Fihr of Quraysh, the same tribe as that to which Fatima belonged).
    "So I went to stay with him, and when I had completed my 'Iddah (period of waiting), I heard the Prophet's announcer calling for congregational prayer. I went out to the mosque, and prayed behind the Prophet. I was in the women's row, which was at the back of the congregation. When the Prophet had finished his prayer, he sat on the pulpit, smiling, and said, 'Everyone should stay in his place.' Then he said, 'Do you know why I had asked you to assemble?' The people said, 'Allah and His Messenger know best.' "He said, 'By Allah, I have not gathered you here to give you an exhortation or a warning. I have kept you here because Tamim al-Dari, a Christian man who has come and embraced Islam, told me something which agrees with that which I have told you about the Dajjal. He told me that he had sailed in a ship with 30 men from Banu Lakhm and Banu Judham. The waves had tossed them about for a month, then they were brought near to an island, at the time of sunset. They landed on the island, and were met by a beast who was so hairy that they could not tell its front from its back. They said, "Woe to you! What are you?" It said, "I am al-Jassasah." They said, "What is al-Jassasah?" It said, "O people, go to this man in the monastery, for he is very eager to know about you." Tamim said that when it named a person to us, we were afraid lest it be a devil." Tamim said, 'We quickly went to the monastery. There we found a huge man with his hands tied up to his neck and with iron shackles between his legs up to the ankles. We said, "Woe to you, who are you?" He said, "You will soon know about me. Tell me who you are." We said, "We are people from Arabia. We sailed in a ship, but the waves have been tossing us about for a month, and they brought us to your island, where we met a beast who was so hairy that we could not tell its front from its back. We said to it, "Woe to you! What are you? and it said , "I am al-Jassasah." We asked, "What is al-Jassasah?" and it told us, "Go to this man in the monastery, for he is very eager to know about you." So we came to you quickly, fearing that it might be a devil.' "The man said, "Tell me about the date-palms of Baysan.' We said, 'What do you want to know about them?" He said, 'I want to know whether these trees bear fruit or not.' We said, 'Yes.' He said, 'Soon they will not bear fruit.' Then he said, "Tell me about the lake of al-Tabariyyah [Tiberias, in Palestine].' We said, 'What do you want to know about it?" He asked, 'Is there water in it?' We said, 'There is plenty of water in it.' He said, 'Soon it will become dry.' Then he said, 'Tell me about the spring of Zughar.' We said, 'What do you want to know about it?' He said, 'Is there water in it, and does it irrigate the land?" We said, 'Yes, there is plenty of water in it, and the people use it to irrigate the land.' "Then he said, "Tell me about the unlettered Prophet ' what has he done?' We said, 'He has left Makkah and settled in Yathrib.' He asked, 'Do the Arabs fight against him?' We said, 'Yes.' He said, 'How does he deal with them?' So we told him that the Prophet had overcome the Arabs around him and that they had followed him. He asked, 'Has it really happened?' We said, 'Yes.' He said, 'It is better for them if they follow him. Now I will tell you about myself. I am the Dajjal. I will soon be permitted to leave this place: I will emerge and travel about the earth. In 40 nights I will pass through every town, except Makkah and Madînah, for these have been forbidden to me. Every time I try to enter either of them, I will be met by an angel bearing an unsheathed sword, who will prevent me from entering. There will be angels guarding them at every passage leading to them.' Fatimah said, "The Prophet striking the pulpit with his staff, said: 'This is Tayyibah, this is Tayyibah, this is Tayyibah, [ie Madînah]. Have I not told you something like this?' The people said, 'Yes.' He said, 'I liked the account given to me by Tamim because it agrees with that which I have told you about the Dajjal, and about Makkah and Madînah. Indeed he is in the Syrian sea or the Yemen sea. No, on the contrary, he is in the East, he is in the East, he is in the East' and he pointed towards the East. Fatimah said: I memorised this from the Prophet." (Muslim).

    'Abdullâh ibn 'Umar said, "The Prophet (S) said, 'While I was asleep, I saw myself a dream performing Tawaf (circumambulation) around the Ka'bah. I saw a ruddy man with lank hair and water dripping from his head. I said, 'Who is he?" and they said, "The son of Mary." Then I turned around and saw another man with a huge body, red complexion, curly hair and one eye. His other eye looked like a floating grape. They said, "This is the Dajjal." The one who most resembles him is Ibn Qatan, a man from the tribe of al-Khuza'ah'." (al-Bukhârî, Muslim).

    Jabir ibn 'Abdullâh said, "The Prophet said, 'The Dajjal will appear at the end of time, when religion is taken lightly. He will have 40 days in which to travel throughout the earth. One of these days will be like a year, another will be like a month, a third will be like a week, and the rest will be like normal days. He will be riding a donkey; the width between its ears will be 40 cubits. He will say to the people: "I am your lord." He is one-eyed, but your Lord is not one-eyed. On his forehead will be written the word Kafir, and every believer, literate or illiterate, will be able to read it. He will go everywhere except Makkah and Madînah, which Allah has forbidden to him; angels stand at their gates. He will have a mountain of bread, and the people will face hardship, except for those who follow him. He will have two rivers, and I know what is in them. He will call one Paradise and one Hell. Whoever enters the one he calls Paradise will find that it is Hell, and whoever enters the one he calls Hell will find that it is Paradise. Allah will send with him devils who will speak to the people. He will bring a great tribulation; he will issue a command to the sky and it will seem to the people as if it is raining. Then he will appear to kill someone and bring him back to life. After that he will no longer have this power. The people will say, "Can anybody do something like this except the Lord?" The Muslims will flee to Jabal al-Dukhan in Syria, and the Dajjal will come and besiege them. The siege will intensify and they will suffer great hardship. Then Jesus son of Mary will descend, and will call the people at dawn: "O people, what prevented you from coming out to fight this evil liar?" They will answer, "He is a Jinn." Then they will go out, and find Jesus son of Mary. The time for prayer will come, and the Muslims will call on Jesus to lead the prayer, but he will say, "Let your Imâm lead the prayer." Their Imâm will lead them in praying Salat al-Subh (Morning prayer), then they will go out to fight the Dajjal. When the liar sees Jesus, he will dissolve like salt in water. Jesus will go to him and kill him, and he will not let anyone who followed him live'." (Ahmad).

    Warnings against the Dajjal
    THE Hadîth OF AL-NUWAS IBN SAM'AN AL-KILABI
    Al-Nuwas ibn Saman said, "One morning the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - spoke about the Dajjal. Sometimes he described him as insignificant, and sometimes he described him as so dangerous that we thought he was in the clump of date-palms nearby. When we went to him later on, he noticed that fear in our faces, and asked, 'What is the matter with you?' We said, 'O Messenger of Allah, this morning you spoke of the Dajjal; sometimes you described him as insignificant, and sometimes you described him as being so dangerous that we thought he was in the clump of date-palms nearby. "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'I fear for you in other matters besides the Dajjal. If he appears whilst I am among you, I will contend with him on your behalf. But if he appears while I am not among you, then each man must contend with him on his own behalf, and Allah will take care of every Muslim on my behalf. The Dajjal will be a young man, with short, curly hair, and one eye floating. I would liken him to 'Abd al-Uzza ibn Qatan. Whoever amongst you lives to see him should recite the opening Ayat of Surat al-Kahf. He will appear on the way between Syria and Iraq, and will create disaster left and right. O servants of Allah, adhere to the Path of Truth." "We said, 'O Messenger of Allah, for the day which is like a year, will one days prayers be sufficient? He said, 'No, you must make an estimate of the time, and then observe the prayers." "We asked, 'O Messenger of Allah, how quickly will he walk upon the earth? He said, 'Like a cloud driven by the wind. He will come to the people and call them (to a false religion), and they will believe in him and respond to him. He will issue a command to the sky, and it will rain; and to the earth, and it will produce crops. After grazing on these crops, their animals will return with their udders full of milk and their flanks stretched. Then he will come to another people and will call them (to a false religion), but they will reject his call. He will depart from them; they will suffer famine and will possess nothing in the form of wealth. Then he will pass through the wasteland and will say, 'Bring forth your treasures, and the treasures will come forth, like swarms of bees. Then he will call a man brimming with youth; he will strike him with a sword and cut him in two, then place the two pieces at the distance between an archer and his target. Then he will call him, and the young man will come running and laughing." "At that point, Allah will send the Messiah, son of Mary, and he will descend to the white minaret in the east of Damascus, wearing two garments dyed with saffron, placing his hands on the wings of two angels. When he lowers his head, beads of perspiration will fall from it, and when he raises his head, beads like pearls will scatter from it. Every Kafir who smells his fragrance will die, and his breath will reach as far as he can see. He will search for the Dajjal until he finds him at the gate of Ludd*, where he will kill him." "Then a people whom Allah has protected will come to Jesus son of Mary, and he will wipe their faces (ie wipe the traces of hardship from their faces) and tell them of their status in Paradise. At that time Allah will reveal to Jesus: "I have brought forth some of My servants whom no-one will be able to fight. Take My servants safely to al-Tur." "Then Allah will send Gog and Magog, and they will swarm down from every slope. The first of them will pass by the Lake of Tiberias, and will drink some of its water; the last of them will pass by it and say, "There used to be water here." Jesus, the Prophet of Allah, and his Companions will be besieged until a bull's head will be dearer to them than one hundred dinars are to you nowadays." "Then Jesus and his Companions will pray to Allah, and He will send insects who will bite the people of Gog and Magog on their necks, so that in the morning they will all perish as one. Then Jesus and his Companions will come down and will not find any nook or cranny on earth which is free from their putrid stench. Jesus and his Companions will again pray to Allah, Who will send birds like the necks of camels; they will seize the bodies of Gog and Magog and throw them wherever Allah wills. Then Allah will send rain which no house or tent will be able to keep out, and the earth will be cleansed, until it will look like a mirror. Then the earth will be told to bring forth its fruit and restore its blessing. On that day, a group of people will be able to eat from a single pomegranate and seek shelter under its skin (ie the fruit would be so big). A milch camel will give so much milk that a whole party will be able to drink from it; a cow will give so much milk that a whole tribe will be able to drink from it; and a milch-sheep will give so much milk that a whole family will be able to drink from it. At that time, Allah will send a pleasant wind which will soothe them even under their armpits, and will take the soul of every Muslim. Only the most wicked people will be left, and they will fornicate like asses; then the Last Hour will come upon them." (Muslim)

    A Hadîth NARRATED FROM Abű UMAMAH AL-BAHILI
    Abű Umamah al-Bahili said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - delivered a speech to us, most of which dealt with the Dajjal and warned us against him. He said, 'No tribulation on earth since the creation of Adam will be worse than the tribulation of the Dajjal. Allah has never sent a Prophet who did not warn his Ummah against the Dajjal. I am the last of the Prophets, and you are the last Ummah. The Dajjal is emerging among you and it is inevitable. If he appears while I am still among you, I will contend with him on behalf of every Muslim. But if he appears after I am gone, then every person must contend with him on his own behalf. He will appear on the way between Syria and Iraq, and will spread disaster right and left. O servants of Allah adhere to the path of Truth. I shall describe him for you in a way that no Prophet has ever done before. He will start by saying that he is a Prophet, but there will be no Prophet after me. Then he will say, "I am your Lord," but you will never see your Lord until you die. The Dajjal is one-eyed, but your Lord, glorified be He, is not one-eyed. On his forehead will be written the word Kafir, which every Muslim, literate or illiterate, will be able to read. Among that which he will bring will be the Paradise and Hell he will offer; but that which he calls Hell will be Paradise, and that which he calls Paradise will be Hell. Whoever enters his Hell, let him seek refuge with Allah and recite the opening Ayat of Surat al-Kahf, and it will become cool and peaceful for him, as the fire became cool and peaceful for Abraham. "He will say to a Bedouin, What do you think if I bring your father and mother back to life for you? Will you bear witness that I am your lord? The Bedouin will say Yes, so two devils will assume the appearance of his father and mother, and will say, "O my son, follow him for he is your lord." "He will be given power over one person, whom he will kill and cut in two with a saw. Then he will say, 'Look at this slave of mine, now I will resurrect him, but he will still claim that he has a Lord other than me. Allah will resurrect him, and this evil man (the Dajjal) will say to him, 'Who is your Lord? The man will answer, 'My Lord is Allah, and you are the enemy of Allah. You are the Dajjal. By Allah, I have never been more sure of this than I am today."

    Abű Said said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'That man will have the highest status among my Ummah in Paradise." Abű Said said, "By Allah, we never thought that that man would be any other than 'Umar ibn al-Khattab, until he passed away." Al-Muharibi said: "Then we referred to the Hadîth of Abű Rafii, which said, 'Part of his Fitnah will be the fact that he will pass through an area whose people will deny him, and none of their livestock will remain alive. Then he will pass through a second area whose people will believe in him; he will order the sky to rain and the earth to bring forth crops, and their flocks will return from grazing fatter than they have ever been, with their flanks stretched, their udders full. He will pass through every place on earth - except Makkah and Madînah, which he will never enter, for there are angels guarding every gate of them with unsheathed swords - until he reaches al-Zarib al-Ahmar and camps at the edge of the salt-marsh. Madînah will be shaken by three tremors, after which every Munafiq (hypocrite) will leave it, and it will be cleansed of evil, as iron is cleansed of dross. That day will be called Yawm al-Khalas (The Day of Purification)."

    Umm Sharik bint Abil-Akr said, "O Messenger of Allah, where will the Arabs be at that time?" He said, "At that time they will be few; most of them will be in Bayt al-Maqdis (Jerusalem), and their Imâm will be a righteous man. Whilst their Imâm is going forward to lead the people in praying Salat al-Subh (the morning prayer), Jesus son of Mary will descend. The Imâm will step back, to let Jesus lead the people in prayer, but Jesus will place his hand between the mans shoulders and say, 'Go forward and lead the prayer, for the Iqamah was made for you. So the Imâm will lead the people in prayer, and afterwards Jesus - ’alayhis salâm - will say, 'Open the gate. The gate will be opened, and behind it will be the Dajjal and a thousand Jews, each of them bearing a sword and shield. When the Dajjal sees Jesus, he will begin to dissolve like salt in water, and will run away. Jesus will say, 'You will remain alive until I strike you with my sword. He will catch up with him at the eastern gate of Ludd* and will kill him. The Jews will be deflated with the help of Allah. There will be no place for them to hide; they will not be able to hide behind any stone, wall, animal or tree - except the boxthorn (al-Gharqarah) - without saying, 'O Muslim servant of Allah! here is a Jew, come and kill him!"
    The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The time of the Dajjal will be forty years; one year like half a year, one year like a month, and one month like a week. The rest of his days will pass so quickly that if one of you were at one of the gates of Madînah, he would not reach the other gate before evening fell." Someone asked, "O Messenger of Allah, how will we pray in those shorter days?" He said, "Work out the times of prayer in the same way that you do in these longer days, and then pray." The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "Jesus son of Mary will be a just administrator and leader of my Ummah. He will break the cross, kill the pigs, and abolish the Jizyah (tax on non-Muslims). He will not collect the Sadaqah,* so he will not collect sheep and camels. Mutual enmity and hatred will disappear. Every harmful animal will be made harmless, so that a small boy will be able to put his hand into a snakes mouth without being harmed, a small girl will be able to make a lion run away from her, and a wolf will go among sheep as if he were a sheepdog. The earth will be filled with peace as a container is filled with water. People will be in complete agreement, and only Allah will be worshipped. Wars will cease, and the authority of Quraysh will be taken away. The earth will be like a silver basin, and will produce fruits so Abűndantly that a group of people will gather to eat a bunch of grapes or one pomegranate and will be satisfied. A bull will be worth so much money, but a horse will be worth only a few dirhams." Someone asked, "O Messenger of Allah, why will a horse be so cheap?" He said, "Because it will never be ridden in war." He was asked, "Why will the bull be so expensive?" He said, "Because it will plough the earth. For three years before the Dajjal emerges, the people will suffer severe hunger. In the first year, Allah will order the sky to withhold a third of its rain, and the earth to withhold two-thirds of its fruits. In the third year, He will order the sky to withhold all of its rain, and the earth to withhold all of its fruits, so that nothing green will grow. Every cloven-hoofed creature will die except for whatever Allah wills." Someone asked, "How will the people live at that time?" He said, "By saying La ilaha illa Allah, Allâhu Akbar, Subhan Allah and Al-Hamdu-lillah. This will be like food for them." The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The Dajjal will come forth, and one of the Believers will go towards him. The armed men of the Dajjal will ask him, 'Where are you going? He will say, 'I am going to this one who has come forth. They will say, 'Kill him! Then some of them will say to the others, 'Hasnt your lord [ie the Dajjal] forbidden you to kill anyone without his permission?" So they will take him to the Dajjal, and when the Believer sees him, he will say, 'O People, this is the Dajjal whom the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - told us about. Then the Dajjal will order them to seize him and wound him in the head; they will inflict blows all over, even in his back and stomach. The Dajjal will ask him, 'Dont you believe in me? He will say, 'You are a false Messiah. The Dajjal will order that he be sawn in two from the parting of his hair to his legs; then he will walk between the two pieces. Then he will say 'Stand! and the man will stand up. The Dajjal will say to him, 'Dont you believe in me? The believer will say, 'It has only increased my understanding that you are the Dajjal. Then he will say, 'O people! he will not treat anyone else in such a manner after me. The Dajjal will seize him to slaughter him, but the space between his neck and collar-bone will be turned into copper, and the Dajjal will not be able to do anything to him. He will take the man by his arms and legs and throw him away; the people will believe that he has been thrown into Hell, whereas in fact he will have been thrown into Paradise." The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "He will be the greatest of martyrs in the sight of Allah, the Lord of the Worlds." (Muslim).

    FOOTNOTES:
    *Ludd: the biblical Lydda, now known as Lod, site of the zionist states major airport.
    * "He will break the cross and kill pigs", ie Christianity will be annulled. "He will not collect the Sadaqah (ie Zakat) - because there will be so much wealth, and no-one will be in need of Sadaqah.

    A Test for the People at the End of Time
    THE Hadîth OF AL-MUGHIRAH IBN SHU'BAH
    Al-Mughirah ibn Shubah said, "No-one asked the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - more questions about the Dajjal than I did. He said, 'You should not worry about him, because he will not be able to harm you.' I said, 'But they say that he will have much food and water! He said, 'He is too insignificant in the sight of Allah to have all that.' (Muslim.)

    Al-Mughirah ibn Shu'bah said, "No-one asked the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - more questions about the Dajjal than I did." One of the narrators said, "What did you ask him?" Al-Mughirah said, "I said, 'They say that the Dajjal will have a mountain of bread and meat, and a river of water. The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'He is too insignificant in the sight of Allah to have all that.' (Muslim.)

    From these Ahadîth, we can see that Allah will test His servants with the Dajjal and by the miracles which he will be permitted to perform: as we have already mentioned, the Dajjal will order the sky to rain for those who accept him, and will order the earth to bring forth its fruits so that they and their livestock will eat of it, and their flocks will return fat and with their udders full of milk. Those who reject the Dajjal and refuse to believe in him will suffer drought and famine; people and livestock will die, and wealth and supplies of food will be depleted. People will follow the Dajjal like swarms of bees, and he will kill a young man and bring him back to life. This is not a kind of magic; it will be something real with which Allah will test His servants at the end of time. Many will be led astray, and many will be guided by it. Those who doubt will disbelieve, but those who believe will be strengthened in their faith.
    Al-Qadi 'Iyad and others interpreted the phrase "He is too insignificant in the sight of Allah to have all that" as meaning that the Dajjal is too insignificant to have anything that could lead the true believers astray, because he is obviously evil and corrupt. Even if he brings great terror, the word Kafir will be clearly written between his eyes; one report explains that it will be written "Kaf, Fa, Ra," from which we can understand that it will be written perceptibly, not abstractly, as some people say. One of his eyes will be blind, protruding and repulsive; this is the meaning of the Hadîth: "...as if it were a grape floating on the surface of the water." Other reports say that it is "dull, with no light in it," or "like white spittle on a wall," i e, it will look ugly.
    Some reports say that it is his right eye which will be blind; others say that it is his left eye. He could be partly blind in both eyes, or there could be a fault in both eyes. This interpretation could be supported by the Hadîth narrated by al-Tabarani, in which he reports that Ibn 'Abbas said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The Dajjal is curly-haired and white-skinned. His head is like the branch of a tree; his left eye is blind, and the other eye looks like a floating grape. " One may ask: if the Dajjal is going to cause such widespread evil and his claim to be a "lord" will be so widely believed - even though he is obviously a liar, and all the Prophets have warned against him - why does the Qur'ân not mention him by name and warn us against his lies and stubbornness? The answer is:-

    1. The Dajjal was referred to in the Ayah: "... The day that certain of the signs of thy Lord do come, no good will it do to a soul to believe in them then, if it believed not before nor earned righteousness through its Faith..." (al-Anam 6:158)

    2. Jesus son of Mary will descend from Heaven and kill the Dajjal, as we have already mentioned. The descent of Jesus is mentioned in the Ayat: "That they said (in boast), 'We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the Apostle of Allah; - but they killed him not nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not:- Nay, Allah raised him up unto Himself; and Allah is exalted in Power, Wise;- And there is none of the People of the Book but must believe in him before his death; and on the Day of Judgement, he will be a witness against them." (al-Nisa 4:157-9)
    We think that the Tafsir (interpretation) of this Ayah is that the pronoun in "before his death" (qabla mawtihi) refers to Jesus; i e, he will descend and the People of the Book who differed concerning him will believe in him. The Christians claimed that he was divine, while the Jews made a slanderous accusation, i.e. that he was born from adultery. When Jesus descends before the Day of Judgement, he will correct all these differences and lies. On this basis, the reference to the descent of the Messiah Jesus son of Mary also includes a reference to the Dajjal (false Mesor Antichrist), who is the opposite of the true Messiah, because sometimes the Arabs refer to one of two opposites and not the other, but mean both.
    3. The Dajjal is not mentioned by name in the Qur'ân because he is so insignificant: he claims to be divine, but he is merely a human being. His affairs are too contemptible to be mentioned in the Qur'ân. But the Prophets, out of loyalty to Allah, warned their people about the Dajjal and the tribulations and misguiding miracles he would bring. It is enough for us to know the reports of the Prophets and the many reports from the Prophet Mohammad - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam -.
    One could argue that Allah has mentioned Pharaoh and his false claims, such as "I am your Lord, Most High" (al-Naziat 79:24) and "O Chiefs! No god do I know for you but myself ..." (al-Qasas 28:38), in the Qur'ân.
    This can be explained by the fact that Pharaoh and his deeds are in the past, and his lies are clear to every believer. But the Dajjal is yet to come, in the future; it will be a Fitnah and a test for all people. So the Dajjal is not mentioned in the Qur'ân because he is contemptible; and the fact that he is not mentioned means that it will be a great test. The facts about the Dajjal and his lies are obvious and do not need further emphasis. This is often the case when something is very clear. For example, when the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - was terminally ill, he wanted to write a document confirming that Abű Bakr would be the Khalifah after him. Then he abandoned this idea, and said, "Allah and the believers will not accept anyone other than Abű Bakr." He decided not to write the document because he knew of Abű Bakr's high standing among the Sahabah (Companions) and was sure that they would not choose anyone else.
    Similarly, the facts about the Dajjal are so clear that they did not need to be mentioned in the Qur'ân. Allah did not mention the Dajjal in the Qur'ân because He - subhânahu wa Taâla - knew that the Dajjal would not be able to lead His true servants astray; he would only increase their faith, their submission to Allah and His Messenger, their belief in the Truth, and their rejection of falsehood.
    For this reason the believer whom the Dajjal overpowers will say, when he revives him, "By Allah, it has only increased my understanding that you are the one-eyed liar about whom the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - spoke."


    MORE Ahadîth ABOUT THE DAJJAL
    The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The Dajjal will emerge in a land in the east called Khurasan. His followers will be people with faces like hammered shields." Asma' bint Yazid al-Ansariyyah said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'During the three years just before the Dajjal comes, there will be one year when the sky will withhold one third of its rain and the earth one-third of its fruits. In the second year the sky will withhold two-thirds of its rain, and the earth two-thirds of its fruits. In the third year the sky will withhold all of its rain, and the earth all of its fruits, and all the animals will die. It will be the greatest tribulation: the Dajjal will bring a Bedouin and say to him, "What if I bring your camels to life for you? Will you agree that I am your lord?" The Bedouin will say "Yes." So devils will assume the forms of his camels, with the fullest udders and the highest humps. Then he will bring a man whose father and brother have died, and will ask him, "What do you think if I bring your father and brother back to life? Will you agree that I am your lord?" The man will say "Yes," so the devils will assume the forms of his father and brother. Then the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - went out for something, and then returned. The people were very concerned about what he had told them. He stood in the doorway and asked, 'What is wrong, Asma'? I said, 'O Messenger of Allah, you have terrified us with what you said about the Dajjal. He said, 'He will certainly appear. If I am still alive, I will contend with him on your behalf; otherwise Allah will take care of every Muslim on my behalf.' I said, 'O Messenger of Allah, we do not bake our dough until we are hungry, so how will it be for the believers at that time? The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'The glorification of Allah which suffices the people of Heaven will be sufficient for them.' "

    Abű Hurayrah (radiAllâhu anhu) said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'The Hour will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them. When a Jew hides behind a rock or a tree, it will say, "O Muslim, O servant of Allah! There is a Jew behind me, come and kill him!" All the trees will do this except the box-thorn (al-Gharqad), because it is the tree of the Jews.' " (Ahmad)

    PROTECTION AGAINST THE DAJJAL
    1. Seeking refuge with Allah from his tribulation. It is proven in the Saheeh (authentic) Ahadîth that the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - used to seek refuge with Allah from the tribulation of the Dajjal in his prayers, and that he commanded his Ummah to do likewise: Allâhumma inna naudhu bika min 'adhabi jahannam, wa min 'adhabi 'l-qabr, wa min fitnati 'l-mahya'i wa'l-mamat, wa min fitnati' l-masihi 'd-dajjal." "O Allah! We seek refuge with You from the punishment of Hell, from the punishment of the grave, from the tribulations of life and death, and from the tribulation of the False Messiah (Dajjal)." This Hadîth was narrated by many Sahabah, including Anas. Abű Hurayrah, 'A'ishah, Ibn 'Abbas, and Sa'd.
    2. Memorising certain Ayat from Surat al-Kahf. Al-Hafiz al-Dhahabi said, "Seeking refuge with Allah from the Dajjal is mentioned in many Mutawatir Ahadîth (those with numerous lines of narrators). One way of doing this is to memorise ten Ayat from Surat al-Kahf." Abűl-Dira reported that the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "Whoever memorises the first ten Ayat of Surat al-Kahf will be protected from the Dajjal." (Abű Dâwűd)
    3. Keeping away from the Dajjal One way to be protected from the tribulation of the Dajjal is to live in Madînah or Makkah. Abű Hurayrah reported that the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "There are angels standing at the gates of Madînah; neither plague nor the Dajjal can enter it." (al-Bukhârî, Muslim.) Abű Bakr reported that the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The terror caused by the Dajjal will not enter Madînah. At that time it will have seven gates; there will be two angels guarding every gate." (al-Bukhârî) Anas said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, 'The Dajjal will come to Madînah, and he will find angles guarding it. Neither plague nor the Dajjal will enter it, in sha Allah.' " (at-Tirmidhî, al-Bukhârî)
    It has been proven in the Saheeh Ahadîth that the Dajjal will not enter Makkah or Madînah, because the angels will prevent him from entering these two places which are sanctuaries and are safe from him. When he camps at the salt-marsh (Sabkhah) of Madînah, it will be shaken by three tremors - either physically or metaphorically - and every hypocrite will go out to join the Dajjal. On that day, Madînah will be cleansed of its dross and will be refined and purified; and Allah knows best.

    THE LIFE AND DEEDS OF THE DAJJAL
    The Dajjal will be a man, created by Allah to be a test for people at the end of time. Many will be led astray through him, and many will be guided through him; only the sinful will be led astray. Al-Hafiz Ibn 'Alî al-Abar wrote in his book of history (al-Tarikh) that the Dajjal's Kunyah (nickname or paternal title) would be Abű Yusuf.
    Abű Bakrah said, "The Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - said, "The Dajjal's parents will remain childless for thirty years, then a one-eyed child will be born to them. He will be very bad and will cause a great deal of trouble. When he sleeps, his eyes will be closed but his heart (or mind) will still be active.' Then he described his parents: 'His father will be a tall and bulky man, with a long nose like a beak; his mother will be a huge, heavy-breasted woman.' Abű Bakrah said, "We heard that a child had been born to some of the Jews in Madînah. Al-Zubayr ibn al-Awam and I went see his pa, and found that they matched the description given by the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam -. We saw the boy lying in the sun, covered with a blanket, murmuring to himself. We asked his parents about him, and they said, 'We remained childless for thirty years, then this one-eyed boy was born to us. He is very bad and causes a great deal of trouble. When we went out, we passed the boy. He asked us, 'What were you doing?' We said, 'Did you hear us?. He said, 'Yes; when I sleep, my eyes are closed but my heart (mind) is still active. That boy was Ibn Sayyad." (Ahmad, at-Tirmidhî; this Hadîth is not very strong.) As we have already seen in the Saheeh Ahadîth, Malik and others think that Ibn Sayyad was not the Dajjal; he was one of a number of "lesser dajjals." Later he repented and embraced Islam; Allah knows best his heart and deeds.
    The "greater" Dajjal is the one mentioned in the Hadîth of Fatimah bint Qays, which she narrated from the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam -, from Tamim al-Dari, and which includes the story of the Jassasah.
    The Dajjal will be permitted to appear at the end of time, after the Muslims have conquered a Roman city called Constantinople. He will first appear in Isfahan, in an area known as the Jewish quarter (al-Yahudiyyah). He will be followed by seventy thousand Jews from that area, all of them armed. Seventy thousand Tatars and many people from Khurasan will also follow him. At first he will appear as a tyrannical king, then he will claim to be a prophet, then a lord. Only the most ignorant of men will follow him; the righteous and those guided by Allah will reject him.
    He will start to conquer the world country by country, fortress by fortress, region by region, town by town; no place will remain unscathed except Makkah and Madînah. The length of his stay on earth will be forty days: one day like a year, one day like a month, one day like a week, and the rest of the days like normal days, i e his stay will be approximately one year and two and a half months. Allah will grant him many miracles, through which whoever He wills will be astray, and the faith of the believers will be strengthened. The descent of Jesus son of Mary, the true Messiah, will happen at the time of the Dajjal, the false messiah. He will descend to the minaret in the east of Damascus. The believers and true servants of Allah will gather to support him, and the Messiah Jesus son of Mary will lead them against the Dajjal, who at that time will be heading for Bayt al-Maqdis (Jerusalem). He will catch up with him at 'Aqabah 'Afiq. The Dajjal will run away from him, but Jesus will catch up with him at the gate of Ludd, and will kill him with his spear just as he is entering it. He will say to him, "I have to deal you a blow; you cannot escape." When the Dajjal faces him, he will begin to dissolve like salt in water. So Jesus will kill him with his spear at the gate of Ludd, and he will die there, as many Sahîh Ahadîth indicate. Majma ibn Jariyah is reported to have said, "I heard the Prophet - sallallâhu ’alayhi wa sallam - saying, 'The son of Mary will kill the Dajjal at the gate of Ludd.' " (at-Tirmidhî.)

    FOOTNOTE:
    "When he (Dajjal) sleeps, his eyes will be closed but his heart (or mind) will still be active" - means that his evil ideas will still come to him even while he is asleep.


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    or oppressing or being oppressed,
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    I can add more Ahadith to this thread:

    Muhammad bin Abi ‘Aishah said: “I heard Abu Hurairah say that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘When anyone of you finishes the last Tashah-hud, let him seek refuge with Allah from four things: From the torment of Hell, from the torment of the grave, from the trials of life and death, and from the Fitnah (tribulation) of Masihud-Dajjal.’ (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #909]

    It was narrated from Thawban, the freed slave of the Messenger of Allah (saw), that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “The earth was brought together for me so that I could see the east and the west, and I was given two treasures, the yellow (or the red) and the white – meaning gold and silver. And it was said to me: ‘Your dominion will extend as far as has been shown to you.’ I asked Allah for three things: That my nation would not be overwhelmed by famine that would destroy them all, and that they would not be rent by schism and fight one another, but it was said to me: ‘When I (Allah) issue My decree it cannot be revoked. But I will never cause your nation to be overwhelmed by famine that would destroy them all, and I will not gather their enemies against them (and destroy them) until they annihilate one another and kill one another.’ Once they start to fight amongst themselves, that will continue until the Day of Resurrection. What I fear most for my nation is misguiding leaders. Some tribes among my nation will worship idols and some tribes among my nation will join the idolaters. Before the Hour comes there will be nearly thirty Dajjals (great liars), each of them claiming to be a Prophet. But a group among my nation will continue to adhere to the truth and be victorious, and those who oppose them will not harm them, until the command of Allah comes to pass.’” (Sahih)
    Abul-Hasan said: “When Abu ‘Abdullah finished this Hadith he said: ‘O how terrible it is!’”
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #3952]

    It was narrated that Hudhaifah bin Asid said: "The Prophet (saw) looked out at us from a room, when we were talking about the Hour. He said: 'The Hour will not begin until there are ten signs: Dajjal, (False Christ), the smoke, and the rising of the sun from the west.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4041]

    It was narrated that Hudhaifah bin Asid, Abu Sarihah, said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) looked out from a room, when we were talking about the Hour. He said: 'The Hour will not begin until ten signs appear: The rising of the sun from the west (place of its setting); Dajjal; the smoke; the beast; Gog and Magog people; the appearance of 'Eisa bin Maryam(as), the earth collapsing three times - once in the east, one in the west and one in the Arabian Peninsula; and fire that will emerge from the plain of Aden Abyan and will drive the people to the place of Gathering, stopping with them when they stop at night and when they stop to rest at midday." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4055]

    It was narrated from Anas bin Malik that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Hasten to do good deeds (before) six things (happen): The rising of the sun from the west (place of its setting), the smoke, the beast of the earth, Dajjal (False Christ), that which will happen to each of you (death); and that which will happen to all people (the Day of Resurrection)." (Hasan)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4056]

    It was narrated that Hudhaifah said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'The Dajjal (False Christ) is blind in his left eye and has abundant hair. With him will be a Paradise and a Hell, but his Hell is Paradise and his Paradise is Hell.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4071]

    It was narrated that Abu Bakr Siddiq said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) told us: 'Dajjal will emerge in a land in the east called Khorasan, and will be followed by people with faces like hammered shields.'" (Hasan)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4072]

    It was narrated that Mughirah bin Shu'bah said: "No one asked the Prophet (saw) about Dajjal more than I did." (One of the narrators) Ibn Numair said (in his version): "(No one asked) more difficult questions than I did." - "He said to me: 'What are you asking about him?' I said: 'They say he will have food and drink with him.' He said: 'He is too insignificant before Allah for that.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4073]

    It was narrated that Fatimah bint Qais said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) prayed one day, and ascended the pulpit, and he never used to ascend it, before that, except on Fridays. The people were alarmed by that, and some were standing and some were sitting. He gestured to them with his hand, telling them to sit. (Then he said 'By Allah, I am not standing here for something that will benefit you, an exhortation or warning. Rather Tamim Dari has come to me and told me something that prevented me from taking a rest because of the joy and delight (I felt), and I wanted to spread that joy among you. A cousin of Tamim Dari told me that the wind drove them to an island that they did not know, so they sat in the rowing boats of the ship and set out. There they saw something black, with long eyelashes. They said to it: "What are you?" It said: "I am Jassasah," They said: "Tell us." It said: "I will not tell you anything or ask you anything. Rather there is this monastery that you have looked at. Go to it, for there is a man there who is longing to hear your news and tell you news." So they went there and entered upon him, and they saw an old man firmly shackled, with a sorrowful appearance and complaining a great deal. He said to them: "Where have you come from?" They said: "From Sham." He said: "How are the Arabs faring?" They said: "We are from among the Arabs. What do you want to ask about?" He said: "What has this man done who has appeared among you?" They said: "(He has done) well. He made enemies of some people, but Allah supported him against them and now they have become one, with one God and one religion." He said: "What happened to the spring of Zughar?" They said: "It is good; we irrigate out crops from it and drink from it." He said: "What happened to the date-palms between 'Amman and Baisan?" They said: "They bear fruit every year." He said: "What happened to the Lake of Tiberias?" They said: "It overflows because of the abundance of water." He gave three deep sighs, then he said: "If I were to free myself from these chains, I would not leave any land without entering it on these two feet of mine, except for Taibah, for I have no way to enter it." The Prophet (saw) said: 'My joy is so great. This (Al-Madinah) is Taibah, and by the One in Whose Hand is my soul, there is no narrow or broad road in it, or any plain or mountain, but there is an angel (standing) over it with his sword unsheathed, until the Day of Resurrection.'" (Da'if)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4074]

    Nawwas bin Sam'an Al-Kilabi said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) mentioned Dajjal, one morning, as something despised but also alarming, until we thought that he was in the stand of date-palm trees. When we came to the Messenger of Allah (saw) in the evening, he saw that (fear) in us, and said: 'What is the matter with you?' We said: 'O Messenger of Allah, you mentioned Dajjal this morning, and you spoke of him as something despised but also alarming, until we thought that he was in the stand of date-palm trees.' He said: 'There are things that I fear more for you than the Dajjal. If he appears while I am among you, I will contend with him on your behalf, and if he appears when I am not among you, then each man must fend for himself, and Allah will take care of every Muslim on my behalf. He (Dajjal) will be a young man with curly hair and a protuberant eye; I liken him to 'Abdul-'Uzza bin Qatan. Whoever among you sees him, let him recite the first Verses of Surat Al-Kahf over him. He will emerge from Khallah, between Sham and Iraq, and will wreak havoc right and left. O slaves of Allah, remain steadfast.' We said: 'O Messenger of Allah, how long will he stay on earth?' He said: 'Forty days, one day like a year, one day like a month, one day like a week, and the rest of his days like your days.' We said: 'O Messenger of Allah, on that day which is like a year, will the prayers of one day suffice us?' He said: 'Make an estimate of time (and then observe prayer).' We said: 'How fast will he move through the earth?' He said: 'Like a rain cloud driving by the wind.' He said: 'He will come to some people and call them, and they will respond and believe in him. Then he will command the sky to rain and it will rain, and he will command the earth to produce vegetation and it will do so, and their flocks will come back in the evening with their humps taller, their udders fuller and their flanks fatter than they have ever been. Then he will come to some (other) people and call them, and they will reject him, so he will turn away from them and they will suffer drought and be left with nothing. Then he will pass through the wasteland and will say: "Bring forth your treasures," then go away, and its treasures will follow him like a swarm of bees. Then he will call a man brimming with youth and will strike him with a sword and cut him in two. He will put the two pieces as far apart as the distance between an archer and his target. Then he will call him and he will come with his face shining, laughing. While they are like that, Allah will send 'Eisa bin Maryam, who will come down at the white minaret in the east of Damascus, wearing two Mahrud[garment dyed with Wars and then Saffron], resting his hands on the wings of two angels. When he lowers his head, beads of perspiration will fall from it. Every disbeliever who smells the fragrance of his breath will die, and his breath will reach as far as his eye can see. Then he will set out and catch up with him (the Dajjal) at the gate of Ludd, and will kill him. Then the Prophet of Allah 'Eisa will come to some people whom Allah has protected, and he will wipe their faces and tell them of their status in Paradise. While they are like that, Allah will reveal to him: "O 'Eisa, I have brought forth some of My slaves whom no one will be able to kill, so take My slaves to Tur in safety." Then Gog and Magog will emerge and they will, as Allah describes, "swoop down from every mound."[21:96] The first of them will pass by lake Tiberias and drink from it, then the last of them will pass by it and will say: "There was water here once." The Prophet of Allah, 'Eisa and his companions will be besieged there until the head of an ox would be dearer to any one of them than one hundred Dinar are to any one of you today. Then, the Prophet of Allah, 'Eisa and his companions will supplicate Allah. Then Allah will send a worm in their necks and the next morning they will all die as one. The Prophet of Allah 'Eisa and his companions will come down and they will not find even the space of a hand span that is free of their stink, stench and blood. They will pray to Allah, and He will send birds with necks like the necks of Bactrian camels, which will pick them up and throw them wherever Allah wills. Then Allah will send rain which will not leave any house of clay or hair, and it will wash the earth until it leaves it like a mirror (or a smooth rock). Then it will be said to the earth: "Bring forth your fruits and bring back your blessing." On that day a group of people will eat from a (single) pomegranate and it will suffice them, and they will seek shelter beneath its skin. Allah will bless a milch-camel so that it will be sufficient for a large number of people, and a milch-cow will be sufficient for a whole tribe and a milch-ewe will be sufficient for a whole clan. While they are like that, Allah will send a pleasant wind which will seize them beneath their armpits and will take the soul of every Muslim, leaving the rest of the people fornicating like donkeys, and upon them will come the Hour.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4075]

    It was narrated that Abu Umamah Al-Bahili said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) addressed us, and most of his speech had to do with telling us about Dajjal. He warned about him, and among the things he said was: 'There will not be any tribulation on earth, since the time Allah created the offspring of Adam, that will be greater than the tribulation of Dajjal. Allah has not sent any Prophet but he warned his nation about Dajjal. I am the last of the Prophets, and you are the last of the nations. He will undoubtedly appear among you. If he appears while I am among you, I will contend with him on behalf of every Muslim, and if he appears while I am not among you, then each man must fend for himself and Allah will take care of every Muslim on my behalf. He will emerge from Al-Khallah, between Sham and Iraq, and will wreak havoc right and left. O slaves of Allah, remain steadfast. I will describe him to you in a manner in which none of the Prophets has described him before me. He will start by saying "I am a Prophet," and there is no Prophet after me. Then a second time he will say: "I am your Lord." But you will not see your Lord until you die. He is one-eyed, and your Lord is not one-eyed, and written between his eyes is Kafir. Every believer will read it, whether he is literate or illiterate. Part of his Fitnah will be that he will have with him Paradise and Hell, but his Hell will be a Paradise and his Paradise a Hell. Whoever is tested with his fire (hell), let him seek the help of Allah and recite the first Verses of Al-Kahf, then it will be cool and safe for him, as the fire was for Ibrahim. Part of his Fitnah will be that he will say to a Bedouin: "What do you think, if I resurrect your father and mother for you, will you bear witness that I am your Lord?" He will say: "Yes." Then two devils will appear to him in the form of his father and mother and will say: "O my son, follow him, for he is your Lord." And part of his Fitnah will be that he will overpower a single soul and kill him, then he will cut him with a saw until he falls in two pieces. Then he will say: "Look at this slave of mine; I will resurrect him now, then he will claim that he has a Lord other than me." Then Allah will resurrect him and the evil one will say to him: "Who is your Lord?" and he will say: "Allah is my Lord, and you are the enemy of Allah, you are Dajjal. By Allah, I have never had more insight about you than I have today." -
    (An addition) Abul-Hasan Tanafisi said: "Muharibi told us: 'Ubaidullah bin al-Walid Al-Wassafi told us, from 'Atiyyah, that Abu Sa'eed said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'That man will be the highest in status in my nation in Paradise'" -
    He said: "Abu Sa'eed said: 'By Allah, we did not think that man would be anyone other than 'Umar bin Khattab, until he passed away. -
    Muharibi said: "Then we went back to the narration of Abu Rafi'." He said: - 'Part of his Fitnah will be that he will command the sky to rain, and it will rain, and he will command the earth to bring forth vegetation and it will do so. And part of his Fitnah will be that he will pass by a clan and they will disbelieve in him, so all their flocks will perish and none will be left. And part of his Fitnah will be that he will pass by a clan who will believe in him, so he will command the sky to rain, and it will rain, and he will command the earth to bring forth vegetation and it will do so, until their flocks will come back in the evening of that day, bigger and fatter than they have ever been, with their flanks stretched and their udders full of milk. There will be no part of the earth left that he does not enter and prevail over, except for Makkah and Al-Madinah, for he will not approach them on any of their mountain paths but he will be met by angels with unsheathed swords, until he will stop at the red hill at the end of the marsh. Then Al-Madinah will be shaken with its people three times, and no hypocrite, male or female, will be left, all will come out to him. Thus it will be cleansed of impurity just as the bellows cleanses the iron of dross. And that day will be called the Day of Deliverance.'
    "Umm Sharik bint Abi 'akar said: 'O Messenger of Allah, where will the Arabs be that day?' He said: 'On that day they will be few, and most of them will be in Baitul-Maqdis (Jerusalem), and their leader will be a righteous man. When their leader has stepped forward to lead them in subh prayer, 'Eisa bin Maryam will come down to them. Their leader will step backwards so that 'Eisa can come forward and lead the people in prayer, but 'Eisa will place his hand between his shoulders and say to him: "Go forward and pray, for the Iqamah was given for you." Then their leader will lead them in prayer. When he has finished, 'Eisa (as), will say: "Open the gate." So they will open it and behind it will be Dajjal with seventy thousand Jews, each of them carrying an adorned sword and wearing a greenish cloak. When Dajjal looks at him, he will start to melt as salt melts in water. He will run away, and 'Eisa (as), will say: "I have only one blow for you, which you will not be able to escape!" He will catch up with him at the eastern gate of Ludd, and will kill him. Then Allah will defeat the Jews, and there will be nothing left that Allah has created which the Jews will be able to hide behind, except that Allah will cause it to speak - no stone, no tree, no wall, no animal - except for Al-Gharqad (the box-thorn), for it is one of their trees, and will not speak - except that it will say: "O Muslim slave of Allah, here is a Jews, come and kill him!"
    "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'His (Dajjal's) days will number forty years: a year like half a year, a year like a month, a month like a week, and the rest of his days will be like sparks from a fire (i.e., they will pass quickly). One of you will enter the gate of Al-Madinah in the morning and not reach its other gate until evening comes.' It was said: 'O Messenger of Allah, how should we pray on those short days?' He said: 'Estimate (the times of) the prayer, as you do on these long days, then pray.' The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Eisa bin Maryam (as), will be a just judge and a just ruler among my nation. He will break the cross, slaughter the pigs, abolish the Jizyah and charity will be left. No one will be appointed to (collect the Zakah of) sheep and camels. Grudges and mutual hatred will disappear and the venom of every venomous creature will be removed, so that a baby boy will but his hand in a snake and it will not harm him, and a baby girl will make a lion run away, and it will not harm her; and the wolf will be among the sheep like their sheepdog. The earth will be filled with peace just as a vessel is filled with water. The people will be united and none will be worshipped except Allah. War will cease and Quraish will no longer be in power. The earth will be like a silver platter, with its vegetation growing as it did at the time of Adam, until a group of people will gather around one bunch of grapes and it will suffice them, and a group will gather around a single pomegranate and it will suffice them. An ox will be sold for such and such amount of money, and a horse will be sold for a few Dirham.' They said: 'O Messenger of Allah, why will horses be so cheap?' He said: 'They will never be ridden in war again.' It was said to him: 'Why will oxen be so expensive?' He said: 'Because all the land will be tilled. Before Dajjal appears there will be three difficult years in which the people will suffer severe famine. In the first year, Allah will command the sky to withhold one third of its rain and the earth to withhold one third of its produce. In the second year, He will command the sky to withhold two thirds of its rain and the earth to withhold two-thirds of its produce. In the third year, he will command the sky to withhold all of its rain, and not a single drop will fall, and the earth to withhold all of its produce, and nothing will grow. All cloven-hoofed animals will die, except those that Allah wills.' It was said: 'What will the people live on at that time?' He said: 'Tahlil, Takbir, Tasbih and Tahmid. That will take the place of food for them.'"
    Abu 'Abdullah (Ibn Majah) said: "I heard Abul-Hasan Tanafisi say: 'I heard 'Abdur-Rahman Al-Muharibi say: "This Hadith should be sent to every teacher so that they can teach it to the children in the schools." (Da'if)-
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4077]

    It was narrated that 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud said: "On the night on which the Messenger of Allah (saw) was taken on the Night Journey (Isra'), he met Ibrahim, Musa and 'Eisa, and they discussed the Hour. They started with Ibrahim, and asked him about it, but he did not have any knowledge of it. Then they asked Musa, and he did not have any knowledge of it. Then they asked 'Eisa bin Maryam, and he said: 'I have been assigned to some tasks before it happens.' As for as when it will take place, no one knows that except Allah. Then he mentioned Dajjal and said: 'I will descend and kill him, then the people will return to their own lands and will be confronted with Gog and Magog people, who will: "swoop down from every mound."[21:96] They will not pass by any water but they will drink it, (and they will not pass) by anything but they will spoil it. They (the people) will beseech Allah, and I will pray to Allah to kill them. The earth will be filled with their stench and (the people) will beseech Allah and I will pray to Allah, then the sky will send down rain that will carry them and throw them in the sea. Then the mountains will turn to dust and the earth will be stretched out like a hide. I have been promised that when that happens, the Hour will come upon the people, like a pregnant woman whose family does not know when she will suddenly give birth.'"
    (One of the narrators) 'Awwam said: "Confirmation of that is found in the Book of Allah, where Allah says: "Until, when Gog and Magog people are let loose (from their barrier), and they swoop down from every mound."[21:96] (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4081]

    It was narrated from Jabir bin Samurah, that Nafi' bin 'Utbah bin Abu Waqqas narrated that the Prophet (saw) said: "You will fight the Arabian Peninsula and victory will be granted by Allah. Then you will fight the Romans and victory will be granted (by Allah). Then you will fight Dajjal and victory will be granted (by Allah)."
    Jabir said: "Dajjal will not appear until you have fought the Romans." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4091]

    It was narrated from Mu'adh bin Jabal that the Prophet (saw) said: "The great fierce battle, the conquest of Constantinople and the emergence of Dajjal, will all happen within seven months." (Da'if)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4092]

    It was narrated from 'Abdullah bin Busr that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Between the fierce battle and the conquest of Al-Madinah will be six years, and the appearance of Dajjal will come in the seventh.'" (Da'if)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4093]

    It was narrated that Abu Sa’eed said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) came out to us when we were discussing Dajjal (False Christ) and said: ‘Shall I not tell you of that which I fear more for you than Dajjal?’ We said: ‘Yes.’ He said: ‘Hidden polytheism, when a man stands to pray and makes it look good because he sees a man looking at him.’” (Hasan)
    [Sunan Ibn Majah, Hadith #4024]

    It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah used to say: "Allahumma inni a udhu bika min adhabil-qabri wa a 'udhu bika min 'adhabin-nar, wa a 'udhu bika min fitnatil-mahya wal-mamat, wa audhu bika min fitnatil-masihid-dajjal (O Allah, I seek refuge with you from the torment of the grave, and I seek refuge with You from the torment of the Fire, and I seek refuge with You from the trial of the Dajjal)." (Sahih)
    [Sunan An-Nasa'i, Hadith #2062]

    'Urwah bin Az-Zubair (narrated) that he heard Asma' bint Abi Bakr say: "The Messenger of Allah stood up and mentioned the trail with which a person will be tested in his grave. When he mentioned that the people became restless, which prevented me from understanding what the Messenger of Allah had said. When they settled down, I said to a man who was near me: 'May Allah bless you, what did the end?' he said: 'It has been revealed to me that you will be tested in your graves with a trial close to that of the Dajjal."' (Sahih)
    [Sunan An-Nasa'i, Hadith #2064]

    It was narrated from 'Abdullah bin 'Abbas that: The Messenger of Allah used to teach them this supplication as he taught them surahs of the Quran: Allahumma inna na'udhu bika min 'adhabil-qabri wa a'udhu bika min fitnatil-masihid-dajjal, wa a'udhu bika min fitnatil-mahya wal-mamat (O Allah, We seek refuge with You from the torment of Hell, and I seek refuge with You from the torment of the grave, and I seek refuge with You from the trail of Al-Masihid-Dajjal, and I seek refuge with You from the trails of life and death.)" (Sahih)
    [Sunan An-Nasa'i, Hadith #2065]

    It was narrated from Aishah that: the Prophet used to seek refuge with Allah from the torment of the grave and the trial of the Dajjal, and he said: "You will be tested in your graves." (Sahih)
    [Sunan An-Nasa'i, Hadith #2067]

    ‘Imran bin Husain said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘There always will remain a group from my Ummah fighting upon the truth, victorious over those who oppose them, until the last of them fight Al-Masihid-Dajjal.’” (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #2484]

    It was reported from Anas bin Malik, that he said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘Three things are from the basis of Faith: To refrain from (killing) a person who utters: None has the right to be worshipped but Allah, and not to declare a person a disbeliever for committing a sin, and not to expel him from Islam by an action. And, Jihad abides, since the day Allah dispatched me (as a Prophet) until the last of my nation fights Ad-Dajjal. Jihad will not be invalidated by the tyranny of a tyrant nor the justice of one who is just. And, to have Faith in the Divine Decree.” (Da’if)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #2532]

    It was narrated that ‘Umair bin Hani Al-‘Ansi said: “I heard ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar saying: ‘We were sitting with the Messenger of Allah (saw) and he mentioned tribulations, and spoke at length about them, until he mentioned Fitnatul-Ahlas. Someone said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is Fitnatul-Ahlas?” He said: “People will flee, then were will be war. Then will come Fitnatas-Sarra’, which will emerge, because of a man from among my family, who will claim that he is of me, but he will not be of me, for my friends are the people of Taqwa. Then the people will unite under a man like a hip bone over a rid (unstable). Then there will come Fitnatud-Duhaima’ (a huge tribulation) which will not leave anyone of this Ummah without giving him a slap. When it is said that it is over, it will be extended, and a man will have arisen a believer in the morning, and come upon the evening as a disbeliever, until the people are split into two camps: the camp of Faith in which there will be no hypocrisy, and the camp of hypocrisy in which there will be no Faith. When that happens, then expect the Dajjal on that day or the next.” (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4242]

    It was narrated from Abu ‘Awanah, from Qatadah, from Nasr bin ‘Asim, that Subai’ bin Khalid said: “I came to Al-Kufah at the time when Tustar was conquered, to bring some mules from it. I entered the Masjid and saw some men of average stature. And there was a man sitting there who, if you saw him, you would recognize as being a man from the Hijaz. I said: ‘Who is this?’ The people frowned and said: ‘Do you not recognize him? This is Hudhaifah bin Al-Yaman, the Companion of the Messenger of Allah (saw).’ Hudhaifah said: ‘The people used to ask the Messenger of Allah (saw) about good, but I used to ask him about evil.’ And the people gazed at him. He said: ‘I understand why you find it strange. I said: “O Messenger of Allah, do you think that after this good that Allah has given to us, there will be any evil like there was before it?” He said: “Yes.” I said: “What is the protection from that?” He said: “The sword.” [Qutaibah said in his Hadith: I said: “Will the sword have any say?” He said: “Yes.” I said: “What?” He said: “A calm upon smoke.”*] I said: “O Messenger of Allah, then what will happen?” He said: “If Allah, Most High, has a Khalifah in the earth and he strikes your back and takes your wealth (unlawfully), nevertheless obey him, otherwise die when you are clinging to the stump of a tree.” I said: “Then what?” He said: “Then the Dajjal will emerge, with a river and a fire. Whoever falls into his fire will be assured of his reward, and will be relieved of his burden (of sin), but whoever falls into his river will be assured of his burden (of sin) and deprived of his reward.” I said: “Then what?” He said: “Then will come the onset of the Hour.” (Hasan)
    *An unstable truce with hearts still filled with resentment.
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4244]

    It was narrated that Mu’adh bin Jabal said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘Jerusalem will flourish when Yathrib is in ruins, and Yathrib will be in ruins when the Great War occurs. The Great War will occur when Constantinople is conquered, and Constantinople will be conquered when the Dajjal appears.’ Then, with his hand, he struck the thigh, or shoulder of the one to whom he was speaking, and said: ‘This is as true as you are here’ or ‘as you are sitting here,’” meaning Mu’adh bin Jabal. (Hasan)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4294]

    It was narrated that Mu’adh bin Jabal said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘The Great Battle, the conquest of Constantinople and the emergence of the Dajjal will all happen within seven months.’” (Da’if)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4295]

    It was narrated from ‘Abdullah bin Busr that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Between the Great Battle and the conquest of Al-Madinah, will be six years, and the Al-Masihid-Dajjal will appear in the seventh year.” (Da’if)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4296]

    It was narrated that Abu Zur'ah said: A group of people came to Marwan in Al-Madinah, and heard him narrating about the signs, and that the first of them would be the Dajjal. He said: I went to 'Abdullah bin 'Amr and told him, and 'Abdullah said: "He has not said anything (of importance). I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say: 'The first signs to appear will be the rising of the sun from its place of setting, or the Beast appearing to the people in the forenoon. Whichever of them appears before the other, the other will follow soon afterwards.'" (Sahih)
    'Abdullah - who used to read books - said: "I think the first of them to appear will be the rising of the sun from its place of setting."
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4310]

    It was narrated that Hudhaifah bin Asid Al-Ghifari said: "We were sitting and talking in the shade of a room belonging to the Messenger of Allah (saw), and we mentioned the Hour, and our voices grew loud. The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'It will never happen, or the Hour will never begin, until there have been ten signs before it: The rising of the sun from its place of setting, the emergence of the Beast, the emergence of Ya'juj and Ma'juj, the Dajjal, 'Eisa bin Maryam, the smoke, and three collapses of the earth: one in the west, one in the east and one in the Arabian Peninsula. The last of that will be the emergence of a fire from Yemen, from the furthest part of Aden, which will drive the people to the Place of Gathering.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4311]

    It was narrated that Rib'i bin Hirash said: "Hudhaifah and Abu Mas'ud met, and Hudhaifah said: 'I am more knowledgeable about what the Dajjal will have with him than he is. He will have with him an ocean of water and a river of fire. The one which you think is fire will be water, and the one which you think is water will be fire. Whoever among you lives to see that, and wants water, let him drink from the one that he thinks is fire, for he will find it to be water.'" (Sahih)
    Abu Mas'ud Al-Badri said: "This is what I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say."
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4315]

    It was narrated from Shu'bah, from Qatadah who said: "I heard Anas bin Malik narrate that the Prophet (saw) said: 'No Prophet was sent, but he warned his Ummah about the Dajjal, the one-eyed liar. Verily he is one-eyed, and your Lord, Exalted is He, is not one-eyed, and between his eyes [is written] Kafir (disbeliever)." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4316]

    (There is another chain) from Shu'bah but with): "Kaf, Fa', Ra'." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4317]

    It was narrated from Shu'aib bin Al-Habhab, from Anas bin Malik, from the Prophet (saw), with this Hadith: "Every Muslim will read it." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4318]

    'Imran bin Husain said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'Whoever hears of the Dajjal let him go far away from him, for by Allah a man will come to him thinking that he is a believer, and he will follow him because of the doubts he will be sent with, or due to the doubts that he will be sent with." This is how he said it. (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4319]

    It was narrated from 'Amr bin Al-Aswad, from Junadah bin Abi Umayyah, from 'Ubadah bin As-Samit that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "I have told you so much about the Dajjal that I am afraid that you may not understand. Al-Masihid-Dajjal is a short man, bandy-legged, curly haired and one-eyed, with one eye that is sightless, neither protruding nor sunken. If you are confused, then remember that your Lord is not one-eyed." (Hasan)
    Abu Dawud said: 'Amr bin Al-Aswad was put in charge of the judiciary.
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4320]

    It was narrated that An-Nawwas bin Sam'an Al-Kilabi said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) mentioned the Dajjal and said: 'If he appears while I am among you, I will deal with him on your behalf, and if he appears while I am not among you, then each man must deal with him on his own behalf. Allah will take care of every Muslim on my behalf after me. Whoever among you lives to see him, let him recite the opening Verses of Surat Al-Kahf over him, for that is your protection against his Fitnah.' We said: 'How long will his stay be on earth?' He said: 'Forty days; a day like a year, a day like a month, a day like a week, and the rest of the days like your days.' We said: 'O Messenger of Allah, on that day which is like a year, will the prayers of one day be sufficient for us?' He said: 'No. You will have to figure it based upon its length.' Then 'Eisa bin Maryam, peace be upon him, will descend at the white minaret in the east of Damascus. And he will catch up with him at the gate of Ludd, and will kill him." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4321]

    It was narrated from Abu Ad-Darda' that the Prophet (saw) said: "Whoever memorizes ten Verses from the beginning of Surat Al-Kahf will be protected from the Fitnah of the Dajjal." (Sahih)
    Abu Dawud said: This is what Hisham Ad-Dastawa'i said, narrating from Qatadah, but he said: "Whoever memorizes the last Verses of Surat Al-Kahf."
    Shu'bah said, narrating from Qatadah: "From the end of Al-Kahf."
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4323]

    It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (saw) said: "There is no Prophet between myself and him" - meaning 'Eisa. "He will descend and when you see him you should recognize him, a man of medium height with a reddish complexion, wearing two garments Mumassarah [garment which has light yellow in it], with his head looking as if it is dripping although it will not be wet. He will fight the people for the cause of Islam, and he will break the cross and kill the pigs, and he will abolish the Jizyah. At his time Allah, will cause all religions to perish except Islam, and he will destroy Al-Masihid-Dajjal. He will remain on the earth for forty years, then he will die, and the Muslims will perform the funeral prayer for him." (Hasan)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4324]

    It was narrated from Az-Zuhri, from Abu Salamah, from Fatimah bint Qais that the Messenger of Allah (saw) delayed the 'Isha' one night, then he came out and said: "I was detained by something that Tamim Ad-Dari was telling me, about a man who was on one of the islands of the sea: 'Then I saw a woman who was dragging her hair.' He said: 'Who are you?' She said: 'I am Al-Jassasah; go to that castle.' So I went to it, and I saw a man who was dragging his hair; he was chained in fetters and was leaping between heaven and earth. I said: 'Who are you?' He said: 'I am the Dajjal; has the prophet of the unlettered appeared yet?' I said: 'Yes.' He said: 'Did they obey him or disobey him?' I said: 'They obeyed him.' He said: 'That is good for them.'" (Hasan)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4325]

    It was narrated from 'Abdullah bin Buraidah (he said): "'Amir bin Sharahil Ash-Sha'bi narrated to us, from Fatimah bint Qais, that she said: 'I heard the caller of the Messenger of Allah (saw) crying out: "As-Salatu Jami'ah (prayer is about to begin)." So I went out and prayed with the Messenger of Allah (saw), and when the Messenger of Allah (saw) had finished the prayer, he sat on the Minbar, and he was smiling.' He said: "Let each person remain in the place where he prayed." Then he said: "Do you know why I called you together?" They said: "Allah and His Messenger know best." He said: "By Allah, I did not call you together for some alarming news or for something good. Rather I have called you together because Tamim Ad-Dari was a Christian, and he came and pledged allegiance, and accepted Islam. He told me something which agrees with what I was telling you about Dajjal. He told me that he sailed on a ship with thirty men of Lakhm and Judham and they were tossed by the waves of the sea for a month. Then they were cast upon an island at sunset. They sat in a small rowing-boat and landed on that island. They were met by a beast with a great deal of hair. They said: 'Woe to you, what are you?' It said: 'I am Al-Jassasah. Go to this man in the monastery, for he is anxious to know about you.' He said: 'When it named a man for us, we were afraid of it, lest it be a she-devil. We set off, rushing, until we came to that monastery, where we found the largest man we had ever seen, bound strongly in chains with his hands bound to his neck.'" And he mentioned the Hadith; "and he asked them about the date-palms of Baisan, the spring of Zughar and the unlettered Prophet. And he said: 'I am the Dajjal, and soon I will be given permission to emerge.'" And the Prophet (saw) said: "He is in the Sea of Ash-Sham (Mediterranean), or the Yemeni Sea (Arabian Sea). No, rather he is in the east" twice, and pointed with his hand towards the east. She said: "I memorized this from the Messenger of Allah (saw)." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4326]

    It was narrated from Mujalid bin Sa'eed, from 'Amir, who said: "Fatimah bint Qais told me that the Prophet (saw) prayed Zuhr, then he ascended the minbar, and he had not ascended it except on Fridays before that," then he narrated this story (about the Dajjal). (Da'if)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4327]

    It was narrated from Al-Walid bin 'Abdullah bin Jumai', from Abu Salamah bin 'Abdur-Rahman, from Jabir, who said: "One day, the Messenger of Allah (saw) said from the Minbar: 'While some people were traveling on the sea, their food ran out. Then an island appeared before them and they went out looking for bread, and were met by Al-Jassasah.'" - I said to Abu Salamah: "What is Al-Jassasah?" He said: "A woman who was dragging the hair of her body and her head." - "She said: 'In this castle there is...'" and he narrated the Hadith. "He asked about the date-palms of Baisan and the spring of Zughar. He said he is Al-Masih." Ibn Abi Salamah said to me: "In this Hadith there is something that I did not memorize." He (Abu Salamah) said: "Jabir bore witness that he was Ibn Sa'id. I said: 'But he has died.' He said: 'Even though he died!' I said: 'But he accepted Islam.' He said: 'Even though he accepted Islam!' I said: 'But he entered Al-Madinah.' He said: 'Even though he entered Al-Madinah!'"
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4328]

    It was narrated from Salim, from Ibn 'Umar that the Prophet (saw) passed by Ibn Sa'id with a group of his Companions, among whom was 'Umar bin Al-Khattab, while he (Ibn Sa'id) was playing with some other boys by the battlement of Banu Maghalah, and he was still a boy. He did not notice until the Messenger of Allah (saw) tapped him on the back with his hand, and said: "Do you bear witness that I am the Messenger of Allah?" Ibn Sa'id looked at him and said: "I bear witness that you are the Messenger of the unlettered." Then Ibn Sayyad said to the Prophet (saw): "Do you bear witness that I am the Messenger of Allah?" The Prophet (saw) said to him: "I believe in Allah and His Messengers." Then the Prophet (saw) said to him: "What comes to you?" He said: "A truth-teller and a liar come to me." The Prophet (saw) said to him: "You have been confounded." Then the Messenger of Allah (saw) said to him: "I am hiding something in my mind for you," and he was hiding (the Verse) "the Day when the sky will bring forth a visible smoke (Dukhan Mubin)".[44:10] Ibn Sayyad said: "It is Ad-Dukh." The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "May you be disgraced and dishonored, you will never go beyond your station." 'Umar said: "O Messenger of Allah, allow me to strike his neck." The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "If he is him (meaning the Dajjal), you will never be able to overpower him, and if he is not him, there is nothing good in killing him." (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4329]

    It was narrated that Nafi' said: "Ibn 'Umar used to say: 'By Allah, I do not doubt that Ibn Sayyad is Al-Masihid-Dajjal.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4330]

    It was narrated that Muhammad bin Al-Munkadir said: "I saw Jabir bin 'Abdullah swearing by Allah that Ibn As-Sayyad was the Dajjal. I said: 'Are you swearing by Allah?' He said: 'I heard Ibn 'Umar swearing by Allah to that effect, in the presence of the Messenger of Allah (saw), and the Messenger of Allah (saw) did not object to that.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4331]

    It was narrated from Al-'Ala', from his father that Abu Hurairah said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'The Hour will not begin until thirty Dajjal have appeared, each of them claiming that he is the Messenger of Allah.'" (Sahih)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4333]

    It was narrated from Abu Salamah, from Abu Hurairah, who said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'The Hour will not begin until thirty lying Dajjals have appeared, each of them telling lies against Allah and His Messenger.'" (Hasan)
    [Sunan Abu Dawud, Hadith #4334]

    Hudhaifah bin Asid said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) stood over us on a balconey, and we were discussing the Hour. So the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'The Hour shall not be established until you see ten signs. The sun rising from its setting place, Ya'juj and Ma'juj, the beast of the earth, and three collapses in the earth: A collapse in the east, a collapse in the west, and a collapse in the Arabian peninsula. And a fire that comes out of a place within 'Adan, driving the people, or gathering the people, camping where they camp, and resting where they rest.'" (Sahih)
    (Another chain) with similar, but he added in it: "The smoke."
    (Another chain) and he added in it: "The Dajjal or the smoke."
    (Another chain) and he added in it: "The tenth of them was either a wind that drives them to the sea, or the descent of 'Eisa bin Mariam."
    [Abu 'Eisa said:] There are narrations on this topic from 'Ali, Abu Hurairah, Umm Salamah and Safiyyah bint Huyai. This Hadith is Hasan Sahih.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2183]

    Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "The Hour shall not be established until nearly thirty imposters, Dajjal appear, each of them claiming that he is the Messenger of Allah." (Sahih)
    [Abu 'Eisa said:] There are narrations on this topic from Jabir bin Samurah and Ibn 'Umar.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2218]

    Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah said: "I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) saying: 'There was never a Prophet after Nuh but that he warned his people about the Dajjal, and indeed I shall warn you of him." Then the Messenger of Allah (saw) described him for us, and he said: "Perhaps some of you who see me, or hear my words shall live to see him." They said: "O Messenger of Allah! How will our hearts be on that day?" He said: "The same - that is, as today - or better." (Hasan)
    [Abu 'Eisa said:] There are narrations on this topic from ['Abdullah bin Busr, 'Abdullah bin al-Harith bin Juzai, and] 'Abdullah bin Mughaffal and Abu Hurairah.
    This Hadith is Hasan Gharib as a narration of Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah. We do not know of it from him except as a narration of Khalid Al-Hadh-dha'. Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah's name is 'Amir bin 'Abdullah bin Al-Jarrah.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2234]

    Az-Zuhri narrated from Salim, from Ibn 'Umar who said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) stood among the people, he praised Allah s is due to Him, then he mentioned the Dajjal and he said: 'Indeed I warn you of him. There has not been a Prophet except that he warned his people, and Nuh indeed warned his people - but I am to say something about him that no Prophet has said to his people: You should know that he is one-eyed, and Allah is certainly not one-eyed." Az-Zuhri said: "'Umar bin Thabit Al-Ansari informed me that some of the Companions of the Prophet (saw) informed hm, one day, the Prophet (saw) was cautioning them against Fitnah and he said: 'You must know that not one of you will ever see his Lord until he dies. And indeed, he (the Dajjal) has "Kafir" written between his eyes; everyone who is averse to his behavior shall read it.'" (Sahih)
    [Abu 'Eisa said:] This Hadith is Hasan Sahih.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2235]

    Abu Bakr As-Siddi said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) narrated to us, saying: 'The Dajjal shall emerge from a land in the east called Khurasan. He is followed by a people whom appear as if their faces are shields coated with leather.'" (Hasan)
    [Abu 'Eisa said:] There are narrations on this topic from Abu Hurairah and 'Aishah.
    This Hadith is Hasan Gharib. 'Abdullah bin Shawdhab and more than one other narrator reported it from Abu At-Tayyah, and we do not know of it except from the narration of Abu At-Tayyah.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2237]

    Abu Bahriyyah, a companion of Mu'adh bin Jabal narrated that the Prophet (saw) said: "The great Malhamah, the conquest of Constantinople, and the coming of the Dajjal occur in (the span of) seven months." (Da'if)
    [Abu 'eisa said:] There are narrations on this topic from As-Sa'b bin Jath-thamah, 'Abdullah bin Busr, 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud and Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri.
    This Hadith is Hasan Gharib, we do not know of it except from this route.
    [Jami At-Tirmidhi, Hadith #2238]

    There are some more, but I think I have quoted a lot of Ahadith already. Perhaps I will add them some other time, Inshallah.

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