Masih Ad-Dajjal – The Anti-Christ

The term ‘Masih Ad-Dajjal’ is Arabic for the ‘False Messiah’. It is believed that he will appear at the end of times before the Day of Judgment deceiving people to believe that he is actually the true Messiah. The word ‘Dajjal’ means ‘deceiver’ and the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) warned that Dajjal will serve as a colossal trial for humanity. In the sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW), Dajjal has been described as follows:

Sahih Bukhari
Volume 4, Book 55, Number 553:
Narrated Ibn Umar:
Once Allah’s Apostle stood amongst the people, glorified and praised Allah as He deserved and then mentioned the Dajjal saying, “l warn you against him (i.e. the Dajjal) and there was no prophet but warned his nation against him. No doubt, Noah warned his nation against him but I tell you about him something of which no prophet told his nation before me. You should know that he is one-eyed, and Allah is not one-eyed.”

Sahih Muslim
Book 041, Number 6995:
Narrated Abu Sa’id Khudri:
Ibn Sa’id said to me something for which I felt ashamed. He said: I can excuse others; but what has gone wrong with you, O Companions of Muhammad, that you take me as Dajjal? Has Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) not said that he would be a Jew whereas I am a Muslim and he also said that he would not have children, whereas I have children, and he also said: verily, Allah has prohibited him to enter Mecca whereas I have performed Pilgrimage, and he went on saying this that I was about to be impressed by his talk. He (however) said this also: I know where he (Dajjal) is and I know his father and mother, and it was said to him: Won’t you feel pleased if you would be the same person? Thereupon he said: If this offer is made to me, I would not resent that.

Sahih Muslim
Book 041, Number 7007:
Narrated Anas b. Malik:
That Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: There is never a prophet who has not warned the Ummah of that one-eyed liar; behold he is one-eyed and your Lord is not one-eyed. On his forehead are the letters k f. r. (Kafir).

Sahih Muslim
Book 041, Number 7015:
Narrated An-Nawwas b. Sam’an:
That Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) made a mention of the Dajjal one day in the morning… He (Dajjal) would be a young man with twisted, contracted hair, and a blind eye. I compare him to ‘Abd-ul-‘Uzza b. Qatan. He who amongst you would survive to see him should recite over him the opening verses of Sura Kahf (xviii.). He would appear on the way between Syria and Iraq and would spread mischief right and left… and it would at this very time that Allah would send Christ, son of Mary, and he will descend at the white minaret in the eastern side of Damascus wearing two garments lightly dyed with saffron and placing his hands on the wings of two Angels. When he would lower his head, there would fall beads of perspiration from his head, and when he would raise it up, beads like pearls would scatter from it… and then Allah would send Gog and Magog and they would swarm down from every slope…

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad however proposes that Ad-Dajjal is not a human being in so far as referring to one person; he believes that the description given by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is metaphorical in nature and not literal. However, a careful analysis shows that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is indecisive on this issue regardless of his interpretation of the ahadith and his argument makes no sense as will be proven.

…in Arabic Dajjal also connotes a group. If Dajjal is taken to mean someone other than the misguided preachers of Christianity, this would entail a contradiction… the two are one and the same…Dajjal is not the name of one man. (The Essence Of Islam Volume 3 – Page 280)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/books/essence3/essence-3.pdf

It is quite clear that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad believes that other than the clergyman of Christianity, no one else can be termed Dajjal and it is undoubtedly in reference to a group, not one person. However, he then begins adding more groups to this:

Dajjal in fact is none other than the people known as Christian missionaries and European philosophers. (The Essence Of Islam Volume 3 – Page 281)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/books/essence3/essence-3.pdf

The group that acts under the command of Satan is called Dajjal. (The Essence Of Islam Volume 3 – Page 281)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/books/essence3/essence-3.pdf

Perhaps developed nations are Dajjal and their donkey is this railway train which you see going from thousands of kilometres in the countries of East and West. (Roohani Khazain, Izala Auham – Volume 3 – Page 174)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-3-8.pdf

However he settles on the Christian preachers as the Dajjal and opposing this opinion, according to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, is to deny the Holy Qu’ran.

There is no Dajjal-e-Akbar (Great Dajjal) than Christian Priests and he who waits for another one after the appearance of this turmoil is denying the Qu’ran. (Roohani Khazain, Anjaam Aatham – Volume 11 – Page 47)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-11-33.pdf

But in the end, as was his habit, he contradicts himself and goes against the Holy Qu’ran according to his own qualifications as he states:

This is our faith that actually Dajjal is the ‘Ism-e-Azam’ of Satan, which is opposed to the ‘Ism-e-Azam’ of God which is ‘Allah al-Hayee al-Qayoom’. This research proves that in reality neither Jews can be called Dajjal, or Christian Priests or any other nation. (Roohani Khazain, Toufah-Golravea – Volume 17 – Page 269)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-17-56.pdf

‘Izm’ means great and ‘Azzam’ means name. However, more importantly note the fact that he initially claims that the Christian priests are Dajjal and to deny this is to deny the Holy Qu’ran and then note how he claims that his later research proves that in reality neither Jews can be called Dajjal, or Christian priests or any other nation.

Conclusion
The problem Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had was that it was prophecised the Messiah would destroy the Anti-Christ, therefore Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had to, one way or another, attempt to fulfill this prophecy. Below he affirms that this is indeed his task:

The Holy Qur’an unambiguously designates the Christian clergy as the greatest Dajjal… the Hadith also specifies that the true sign of the Promised Messiah would be that he would break the cross and slay the great Dajjal… the main objective of the Promised Messiah is the breaking of the cross and slaying of the great Dajjal. (The Essence Of Islam Volume 3 – Page 282)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/books/essence3/essence-3.pdf

Please see the video ‘Breaking the Cross’ by brother Shahid to see how he fails in his attempt to fulfill the first prophecy in his quote. The second prophecy of slaying Dajjal meant he had to move away from the conventional view that Dajjal will be a man who will deceive people to believe that he is the Messiah as no one would fit the description, thus he interpreted that Dajjal was in reference to the Christian clergy. The reason why his story about Dajjal connoting a group, specifically the Christian priests does not add up is quite simply because they have existed for so long. They did not suddenly appear at the time of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. My point is that during the time of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) such clergyman existed, yet at no point did the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) declare them to be Dajjal. Is Mirza Ghulam Ahmad alleging he knows better?

God, the Sublime, has taught us through Surah Fatiha that Dajjal against whom we have been warned is the group of erring Christian Missionaries who have abandoned the way of Jesus. (Commentary On Surah Fatiha – Page 347)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/quran/Commentary-on-Surah-Fatiha.pdf

If I understand him correctly, he is alleging that the opening chapter of the Holy Qu’ran, Surah Fatiha, has forewarned us that the Dajjal is none other than the Christian missionaries. One question, did he know and understand the Holy Qu’ran better than the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW)? Of course not, then why did the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) not inform us that this was the case if it was contained within the first chapter of the Holy Qu’ran? Mirza Ghulam Ahmad has a blasphemous answer for this:

It should not be surprising if the complete truth regarding Ibne Maryam (Jesus) and Dajjal was not revealed to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) because of lack of any exact prototype. Neither did the true meanings of the 70 Ba’a (1 Ba’a = 4 arm length = about 280 yards) and nor did Allah’s revelation guide him (SAW) towards the deep mystery of Gog and Magog and nor the exact composition of Da’abatul Ardh (Beast of the Earth) was revealed. (Roohani Khazain, Izala Auham – Volume 3 – Page 473)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-3-8.pdf

Right, so the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) did not understand what Mirza Ghulam Ahmad understood? Allah (SWT) did not guide the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in understanding the mysteries of the events preceding Qiyamah but Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was given that knowledge?

Dajjaliyat (Qualities of Dajjal) was actually a Jewish inheritance and from them it reached the Christians. That group is called Dajjal who are liars and make the earth filthy and mix the truth with falsehood. So this quality was at its peak among the Jews during the time of Jesus, then Christians inherited it from them. So the Messiah has descended with a heavenly weapon to abolish this Dajjal quality. This weapon is not made by earthly craftsmen; rather it is heavenly weapon as is proven by Sahih Ahadith. (Roohani Khazain, Izala Auham – Volume 3 – Page 174)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-3-8.pdf

This again does not add up as the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) at no point said such a thing and he lived among the Christians and the Jews. As a matter of fact the first Muslims to migrate from Arabia were sent to Negus Al-Najashi, the Christian King of Abyssinia (modern day Ethiopia). Would the Ahmadis contend that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was sending them to Dajjal? Observe the following hadith:

Sahih Muslim
Book 001, Number 0296:
Narrated Abu Huraira:
It is narrated on the authority of Abu Huraira that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) observed: When three things appear faith will not benefit one who has not previously believed or has derived no good from his faith: the rising of the sun in its place of setting, the Dajjal, and the beast of the earth.

Therefore, according to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, ever since the appearance of the Christian priests it is no good for a believer to believe if he did not believe before. The other two signs (sun rising from its place of setting and the beast of the earth) have already occurred according to Ahmadiyya interpretation. The sun rising from the west supposedly means nations from the west will partake in Islam, this of course has already happened as one only needs to look at Spain which was a Muslim nation for 800 years, producing saints such as Ibn Arabi. The beast of the earth according to Ahmadiyya interpretation is in reference to the bubonic plague which of course occurred at the time of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Thus the three parts in the hadith have been fulfilled and accordingly if you did not believe before, it is no good to believe now. This of course is nonsense and again destroys the argument brought forth by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. The ahadith explicitly indicate he is one individual and anyone who reads the ahadith below can understand this:

Abu Dawud
Book 37, Number 4306:
Narrated Ubadah ibn as-Samit:
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: I have told you so much about the Dajjal (Antichrist) that I am afraid you may not understand. The Antichrist is short, hen-toed, woolly-haired, one-eyed, an eye-sightless, and neither protruding nor deep-seated. If you are confused about him, know that your Lord is not one-eyed.

Could the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) make it any clearer? Did Christian priests, philosophers or other nations not exist in his blessed time? Of course they did, but at no point did he declare any one of them to be the Dajjal or have qualities of the Dajjal of the latter days. What the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) did say was:

Abu Dawud
Book 37, Number 4319:
Narrated Abu Hurayrah:
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: The Last Hour will not come before there come forth thirty Dajjals (fraudulents), everyone presuming himself that he is an apostle of Allah.

Sahih Bukhari
Volume 3, Book 30, Number 106:
Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri:
Allah’s Apostle told us a long narrative about Ad-Dajjal, and among the many things he mentioned, was his saying, “Ad-Dajjal will come and it will be forbidden for him to pass through the entrances of Medina. He will land in some of the salty barren areas (outside) Medina; on that day the best man or one of the best men will come up to him and say, ‘I testify that you are the same Dajjal whose description was given to us by Allah’s Apostle.’ Ad-Dajjal will say to the people, ‘If I kill this man and bring him back to life again, will you doubt my claim?’ They will say, ‘No.’ Then Ad-Dajjal will kill that man and bring him back to life. That man will say, ‘Now I know your reality better than before.’ Ad-Dajjal will say, ‘I want to kill him but I cannot.’

Undoubtedly, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad himself was confused on this matter. The theories he brings forward do not reconcile with, and are not supported by, the ahadith. To demonstrate his confusion and contradiction further, he declared the following:

Another proof (of being Promised Messiah) is that the band of Dajjal has appeared and it is emerging with great force and its donkey, which is actually created by him, as is desired by Sahih Hadith is roaming in the East and West, and the creation of that donkey by Dajjal which is according to the Hadith, is also proven by this evidence that if such a donkey had been born as usual from the belly of female donkey then such type of other donkeys should have still been here since young ones necessarily resembles their parents in their size and journey and power. Thus Sahih Hadith are pointing towards this that the donkey will be created by Dajjal himself, thus if it is not Railway Train then what else is it? (Roohani Khazain, Izala Auham – Volume 3 – Page 469/70)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-3-8.pdf

In spite of considering the railway train as the creation of Dajjal and regarding it as his donkey, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never hesitated in riding it whenever he was traveling long distances. He was obviously questioned about this and in turn he states the following to justify the use of the railway train:

If the donkey of Maseeh Dajjal is this railway train… and he who claims to be the Promised Messiah also rides it, then how can it be Dajjal’s donkey? Answer is that because of its ownership, possession and total custody and creation of Band of Dajjal, it is called donkey of Dajjal…. then if God wants believers to benefit from the possessions and products of Dajjal then what is the harm?….. Apart from that Promised Messiah is the killer of Dajjal spiritually, then according to the Hadith ‘mun qatala qateelun’ whatever belongs to Dajjal, it belongs to Messiah. (Roohani Khazain, Izala Auham – Volume 3 – Page 555)

Direct Link: http://www.alislam.org/urdu/rk/rk-3-8.pdf

The ideas put forward by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad are flawed from every plausible angle. He declares Christian priests to be Dajjal, something the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) did not say, and claims if this is not accepted then one is going against the Holy Qu’ran. He then, later in his life, claims that Dajjal cannot be the Christian priests yet not realising that he is going against the Holy Qu’ran according to his own standards by making such a proclamation. If Christian priests were the Dajjal then why was the Messiah not dispensed as soon as they appeared? Mirza Ghulam Ahmad also declares that the railway trains are a product of Dajjal but since he uses it himself, it is fine to do so. Quite clearly Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was one of the false prophets that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) forewarned us about. The false Messiah, Ad-Dajjal is not in reference to Christian nations or priests or philosophers. The ahadith that upon the appearance of Dajjal, if you did not believe before it is no good to believe then, is enough to destroy his theory. The only way the Ahmadiyya community and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad could resolve this problem is by alleging that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had more knowledge about this issue than the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of course has no problem implying this, do you, the Ahmadi community concur with his blasphemous assessment?

Scans of any quotes used are available on request (a thank you to brother Zia Ahmed for confirming the Urdu scans).

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16 thoughts on “Masih Ad-Dajjal – The Anti-Christ

  1. Salams,

    All posts on this blog are usually good, but mash’Allah this post is an excellent piece of work.

    BarakAllahuFeek Brother may Allah reward you immensely.

  2. Salams,

    All posts on this blog are usually good, but mash’Allah this post is an excellent piece of work.

    BarakAllahuFeek Brother may Allah reward you immensely.

  3. Masha’Allah brother Tahir, this is a truly superb exposé of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s confused mind. This thoroughly rational analysis should serve as a wake up call for those Ahmadis who have minds of their own, insha’Allah.

  4. With regard to this issue, my observation is that their main tactic is to show that there are some fabricated hadith on this issue which make al-Dajjal seem rather strange (ie. he’s so tall, he stands in the oceans but only his shins are exposed). They use these to ridicule the prophetic words about al-Dajjal. A simple exposition of the authentic narration is sufficient, as you did. Changing the meanings to declare that they are metaphors is radical and absurd.

  5. MashAllah, very nice piece. I still have to disagree with many of the points raised since they are based on Hadith and NOT Quran.

    A topic “supposedly” as important as Dajaal and the return of Christ etc are COMPLETELY missing from the Quran.

    I have arrived at the conclusion that politics, control and the quest for worldly gain are behind these stories and their variations to try and control the Muslim population.

    Please go back to the original source and forget what ANYONE else is telling you since they are not our intercesors.

  6. Pristine do you deny Hadith altogether?

    I mean are you of those who believe the Quran alone is sufficient and Hadith can be ignored and discarded?

  7. Thank you for your kind comments. Brother Pristine, your argument is one that is outside the scope of this article and blog. The reason I am saying this is because Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is a FIRM believer (in the sense of acceptance) in the ahadith (though he discards any that contradict his so called revelations and interprets ahadith how he wishes, without the consensus of any one other than himself). Therefore he is refuted on the basis of the ahadith. If he did not accept the ahadith then indeed you have an argument with the points raised in the article, however this is not the case. If I do not accept the Bible as authority then you can not refute my beliefs based on the Bible. If I did accept the Bible as authority then you could quote any relevant passages and refute my beliefs in light of the relevant passages. This is the same acid test applied to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in this article.

  8. My opinion was not regarding your skill in discussion, it was regarding the ENTIRE BIG PICTURE.

    Bashing others is easy. I can do the same to you if you confirm your views to me using the same materials that you use.

    The Quran (and all actions and unbroken traditions of the Holy Prophet but NOT Hadeeth) is the ONLY source which is pure and if you follow that then I will be unable to point out all the contradictions in your current view.

    • Praise be to Allaah.

      Allaah has guaranteed to protect His religion, which includes preserving His miraculous Book, and preserving the Sunnah of His Prophet which helps us to understand the Qur’aan. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

      “Verily, We, it is We Who have sent down the Dhikr (i.e. the Qur’ân) and surely, We will guard it (from corruption).” [al-Hijr 15:9]

      The word Dhikr here includes both the Qur’aan and the Sunnah.

      Many people – in the past and at present – have tried to insert weak and fabricated ahaadeeth into the pure sharee’ah and the Prophetic Sunnah. But Allaah has thrown their plots back in their faces and has provided means of protecting His religion. Among these means are the trustworthy and reliable scholars who sifted through the reports and checked their sources, examining the biographies of the narrators and even describing the point at which a narrator began to be confused in his narration, and stating who narrated from him before he became confused and who narrated from him afterwards. They described the journeys of the narrator, which cities he visited and from whom in each city he took reports. They checked many details about each narrator, more than can be listed here. All of this indicates that the religion of this Ummah is protected, no matter how hard our enemies try to plot and play about with the religion and distort it.

      Sufyaan al-Thawri said: the angels are the guardians of the heavens and the scholars of hadeeth are the guardians of this world.

      Al-Haafiz al-Dhahabi mentioned that Haaroon al-Rasheed was about to execute a zindeeq (heretic), and the zindeeq said: “What are you going to do about the one thousand ahaadeeth I have fabricated?” Al-Rasheed said: “What are you going to do, O enemy of Allaah, about Abu Ishaaq al-Fazaari and ‘Abd-Allaah ibn al-Mubaarak, who will sift through those ahaadeeth and examine them letter by letter?”

      The seeker of knowledge can find out about the fabricated (mawdoo’) and weak (da’eef) ahaadeeth very easily, by looking at the isnaads or chains of narrators, and finding out about the people mentioned there in the “books of men” i.e., narrators (kutub al-rijaal) and the books which state which narrators are sound or otherwise (kutab al-jarh wa’l-ta’deel).

      Many scholars have compiled these fabricated and weak ahaadeeth in books devoted solely to these type of reports, so that it is easy to find out about them – then one can beware of them and warn others about them. These books include al-‘Ilal al-Mutanaahiyah by Ibn al-Jawzi, al-Manaar al-Muneef by Ibn al-Qayyim, al-La’aali’ al-Masnoo’ah fi’l-Ahaadeeth al-Mawdoo’ah by al-Suyooti, al-Fawaa’id al-Majmoo’ah by al-Shawkaani, al-Asraar al-Marfoo’ah fi’l-Ahaadeeth al-Mawdoo’ah by Ibn ‘Arraaq, and Da’eef al-Jaami’ al-Sagheer and Silsilat al-Ahaadeeth al-Da’eefah wa’l-Mawdoo’ah, both by Shaykh al-Albaani, may Allaah have mercy on him.

      I advise you dear friend to read the “books of men” i.e., narrators (kutub al-rijaal), the books which state which narrators are sound or otherwise (kutab al-jarh wa’l-ta’deel) and the books of the science of hadeeth (kutub mustalah al-hadeeth), so that he can learn the extent of the efforts made by the scholars in the service of the Sunnah.

      And Allaah is the source of strength.

  9. I think you’re missing the point here. If you have an issue with sectarianism in Islam then join the forum and make your viewpoint in regards to our approach on the blog known. I explained earlier that the Ahmadi community accept the ahadith and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad himself, on numerous occasions quotes ahadith relating to Dajjal to support his claim and perspective. Therefore I do not see the relevance of your post in light of the information presented in the article. I have read your posts on other articles here and you insist on making the same point there. The purpose is to discuss the articles on the blog within the scope of the topic. For the sake of analogy, If we were to discuss biology as a topic and you began criticising chemistry as you believe we should look at the bigger picture of science as a whole, what is this going to achieve? Stick to the theme and topic. Do you believe Ahmadiyya to be true Islam? I assume not, then what is your issue if we are trying to make that apparent?

  10. I assume your objection would be that we should look at our own beliefs first… My point is that if you have no issues with the article in reference to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the Ahmadiyya community then you are purposely taking the article outside its objective. I am not saying we should not discuss your concerns, only that this is not the place for it. As I said please join the forum to discuss your issues with our approach, there is no need to blur the objectives of our articles. I hope you see the point I am making. Peace.

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  12. I love it Shahid!

    Far from entertaining, I think this blog clearly shows how sick your imagination is.

    One thing is to believe or not believe in the claim of someone but quite another is to change the meaning of Hadiths and Surahs of the Holy Quran to suit your argument. Don’t worry, you are not alone, God mentions this very practice in the Holy Quran:

    “O People of the Book! why do you confound truth with falsehood and hide the truth knowingly?” – Chapter 3: Verse 72 of the Holy Quran

    You quote the following hadith in one of your other blogs, Sahih Muslim, Book 041, Number 7015, where the Dajjal is mentioned but as previous people of the book, you highlight one thing but intentionally forget to mention another. If you can see the very Dajjal mentioned in this hadith then where is your Christ, son of Mary.

    Let me assure you might want to wait for your own Christ, son of Mary, to appear as mentioned in the Hadith and even your progeny might wait with you or after you till the Day of Judgement but your wait will be in vain as your attitude shows that you are incapable of comprehending the very meaning of Hadiths and Surahs of the Holy Quran and are willing to twist their meaning to suit your very own imaginative arguments.

    Show me some signs of the Christ, son of Mary, mentioned in the hadith, give me some arguments, give me something meaningful at least. Can you?

  13. ^ What are you talking about? The hadith says:

    Sahih Muslim
    Book 041, Number 7015:
    Narrated An-Nawwas b. Sam’an: That Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) made a mention of the Dajjal one day in the morning… He (Dajjal) would be a young man with twisted, contracted hair, and a blind eye. I compare him to ‘Abd-ul-’Uzza b. Qatan. He who amongst you would survive to see him should recite over him the opening verses of Sura Kahf (xviii.). He would appear on the way between Syria and Iraq and would spread mischief right and left… and it would at this very time that Allah would send Christ, son of Mary, and he will descend at the white minaret in the eastern side of Damascus wearing two garments lightly dyed with saffron and placing his hands on the wings of two Angels. When he would lower his head, there would fall beads of perspiration from his head, and when he would raise it up, beads like pearls would scatter from it… and then Allah would send Gog and Magog and they would swarm down from every slope…

    You state, “If you can see the very Dajjal mentioned in this hadith then where is your Christ, son of Mary.” Who said Dajjal has appeared? Have you not noticed that in this very hadith the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) says Dajjal “…would appear on the way between Syria and Iraq and would spread mischief right and left… and it would be at this very time that Allah would send Christ, son of Mary.” Please explain to me, in light of MGA believing that Christian missionaries are Dajjal, when these missionaries first appeared in the world? Aw that’s right ‘Saint’ Paul is regarded as the first missionary, the same Paul your ‘prophet’ says corrupted the religion of Hazrat Isa (AS) whilst at the same time claiming such a thing was not possible while Hazrat Isa (AS) was alive which according to Ahmadis is approximately 120CE. Therefore, if Paul was the first missionary, according to your logic or at least the logic of your ‘prophet’, he was the Dajjal. Let me remind you:

    “Dajjal in fact is none other than the people known as Christian missionaries and European philosophers.” (The Essence Of Islam Volume 3 – Page 281)

    Accordingly, the second coming of Hazrat Isa (AS) with regards to MGA’s verison in relation to the above hadith should have taken place when Paul began spreading mischief as he was the first missionary thus part of Dajjal thus as the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said “…it would at this very time that Allah would send Christ, son of Mary…” but wait… your made up Kashmir Jesus was still alive and outlived Paul… so… let me get this right… the second coming of Hazrat Isa (AS) should have taken place while the Kashmir Jesus was still on Earth?

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