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    The Demise of Israīl In 2027 - Shaykh Ahmad Yasīn

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    السلام عليكم

    Interview with the Shaykh Ahmed Yasīn ( رحمه الله ) in which he foresees (يتوقع) the demise of israīl.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WRTQ4IACecA



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    الشيخ أحمد ياسين رحمه الله يتوقع زوال اسرائيل سنة 2027 ، اللهم حقق أمنيته...

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    Re: The Demise of Israīl In 2027 - Shaykh Ahmad Yasīn



    What is this date 2027 based on? A dream or kashaf of Shaykh Yasin?
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    Re: The Demise of Israīl In 2027 - Shaykh Ahmad Yasīn

    Only Allah knows what the future holds. I wish for the Occupiers of Palestine would fall today, or by 2027, but for all we know it will be around until Prophet Isa (PBUH) returns.

    We have hadiths on how the Dajjal will flee to Occupied Palestine (Israel) and how the stones and trees will alert the Muslims that there are Jews hiding behind them. I correlate this with the Jews still having power in Palestine and the Dajjal fleeing to them to try and escape Isa (PBUH). I hope I am wrong.
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    Re: The Demise of Israīl In 2027 - Shaykh Ahmad Yasīn

    و عليكم السلام و رحمة الله و بركاته



    What is this date 2027 based on? A dream or kashaf of Shaykh Yasin

    He , may Allāh have Mercy on him , seems to rely on (at least to some extent Qur'ānic verses - Allāhu 'Alam).


    A rough & partia translation of the Al-Jazeerah interview (1999):

    Ahmed Mansoor: As a witness to an era, the establishment of the State of Isra'īl in 48 and 50 years since the establishment of this state, what is your vision for its future?

    Ahmad Yāsīn: I say that Isra'īl was founded on injustice and rape, and every entity based on injustice and rape is doomed to destruction.

    Ahmed Mansour: Even if it has the strength to survive?

    Ahmad Yāsīn: Power does not last, I said that the power in the world does not last to anyone, [...].

    Ahmed Mansoor: At what stage is Isra'īl now?

    Ahmad Yāsīn: I say that Isra'īl is obsolete, hopefully in the next century in the first quarter of it, and specifically I say 2027 Isra'īl does not exist.

    Ahmed Mansour: Why this date?

    Ahmad Yāsīn: Because I believe in the Holy Qur'ān. The Qur'ān told us that generations change every 40 years, in the first 40 years we had a nakba, in the second 40 we began to have an uprising (Intifādah), confrontation, challenge, fighting and qanābil, in the third 40 will be the end, Inshā-Allāh-Ta'ālā.

    Ahmed Mansoor: Ya'nī , this is an assessment/evaluation of/from?

    Ahmad Yāsīn : This is a Qur'ānic survey ( استشفاف قرآني).

    Ahmed Mansoor: A Qur'ānic survey.

    Ahmad Yāsīn: Because when our Lord imposed (فرض ) on the Children of Isra'īl, it was lost in Sīnā for 40 years, why?, to change the generation of sick, tired, with a generation of fighters, and Our First Generation of 'The Nakba' is gone and the generation of stones and al-qanābil came out, and the next generation is the generation of liberation, Inshā-Allāh Ta'ālā.

    Ahmed Mansour: How do you see the future Shaykh Ahmad Yāsīn?

    Ahmad Yāsīn: I say our path is difficult and it needs sacrifice and patience, but it is the future for us.

    Inshā-Allāh-Ta'ālā, it is coming inevitably , Allāh's promise does not break. Indeed Allāh never breaks His Promise.

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    Transcript of Interview (Arabic) :

    https://www.aljazeera.net/programs/c...%D9%86-%D8%AD8




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    Re: The Demise of Israīl In 2027 - Shaykh Ahmad Yasīn

    السلام عليكم


    An extract from the works of Ibn Khaldun - regarded as the 'father' of Sociology - on similar lines.



    Dynasties Have A Natural Life Span Like Individuals


    "...However, as a rule no dynasty lasts beyond the life (span) of three generations. A generation is identical with the average duration of the life of a single individual, namely, forty years, (the time) required for growth to be completed and maturity reached. God said: "Until when he reaches his maturity and reaches the age of forty years...."

    Therefore, we have said that the (average) duration of the life of an individual is identical with the duration of a generation.

    Our statement is confirmed by the significance of the (forty-year) sojourn of the children of Israel in the desert. Those forty (years) were intended to bring about the disappearance of the generation then alive and the growth of another generation, (one) that had not witnessed and felt the humiliation (in Egypt). This is proof of the assumption that (a period of) forty years, which is identical with the (average) life of a single individual, must be considered the duration of a generation.

    We have stated that the duration of the life of a dynasty does not as a rule
    extend beyond three generations.

    The first generation retains the desert qualities, desert toughness, and desert savagery. (Its members are used to) privation and to sharing their glory (with each other); they are brave and rapacious. Therefore, the strength of group feeling continues to be preserved among them. They are sharp and greatly feared. People submit to them.


    The Second Generation

    Under the influence of royal authority and a life of ease, the second generation changes from the desert attitude to sedentary culture, from privation to luxury and plenty, from a state in which everybody shared in the glory to one in which one man claims all the glory for himself while the others are too lazy to strive for (glory), and from proud superiority to humble subservience. Thus, the vigor of group feeling is broken to some extent. People become used to lowliness and obedience. But many of (the old virtues) remain in them, because they had had direct personal contact with the first generation and its conditions, and had observed with their own eyes its prowess and striving for glory and its intention to protect and defend (itself). They cannot give all of it up at once, although a good deal of it may go. They live in hope that the conditions that existed in the first generation may come back, or they live under the illusion that those conditions still exist.


    The Third Generation

    The third generation, then, has (completely) forgotten the period of desert life and toughness, as if it had never existed. They have lost (the taste for) the sweetness of fame and (for) group feeling, because they are dominated by force.
    Luxury reaches its peak among them, because they are so much given to a life of prosperity and ease. They become dependent on the dynasty and are like women and children who need to be defended (by someone else). Group feeling disappears completely.

    People forget to protect and defend themselves and to press their claims. With their emblems, apparel, horseback riding, and (fighting) skill, they deceive people and give them the wrong impression. For the most part, they are more cowardly than women upon their backs. When someone comes and demands something from them, they cannot repel him. The ruler, then, has need of other, brave people for his support. He takes many clients and followers. They help the dynasty to some degree, until God permits it to be destroyed, and it goes with everything it stands for.


    The Fourth Generation

    As one can see, we have there three generations. In the course of these three
    generations, the dynasty grows senile and is worn out. Therefore, it is in the fourth generation that (ancestral) prestige is destroyed. This was stated before in connection with (the subject) that glory and (ancestral) prestige are restricted to four generations. We have proved it with natural and evident arguments based on premises that we established before. The reader should consider that. As an impartial person, he should not disregard the truth.

    Three generations last one hundred and twenty years, as stated before. As a rule, dynasties do not last longer than that many years, a few more or a few less, save when, by chance, no one appears to attack (the dynasty). When senility becomes preponderant (in a dynasty), there may be no claimant (for its power, and then nothing will happen), but if there should be one, he will encounter no one capable of repelling him. If the time is up, (the end of the dynasty) cannot be postponed for a single hour, no more than it can be accelerated. In this way, the life (span) of a dynasty corresponds to the life (span) of an individual; it grows up and passes into an age of stagnation and thence into retrogression. Therefore, people commonly say that the life (span) of a dynasty is one hundred years. The saying means the same as what (I have just explained). [...]

    God determines night and day.

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    Adapted From : 'The Muqaddimah' of Ibn Khaldun , Translation by Franz Rosenthal, pp.227-228.

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