Yajuj and Majuj By Muhyi'd-din abd al-Hamid
Author: Muhyi'd-din abd al-Hamid
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
A remarkable prophecy develops in the intricate tapestry of Islamic eschatology—one that echoes through the passages of the Holy Qur'an and resonates in the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. The appearance of Ya'juj and Ma'juj is one of the gloomy indications predicting the end of the world. In the Bible, these enigmatic entities are known as Gog and Magog, and they represent a powerful force restrained by Allah's mercy from the time of Dhu'I-Qarnayn, as portrayed in Sura 18, al Kahf, 92-2. They will be released, according to this article of religion, which is intimately woven into the fabric of Islamic thought. This investigation deciphers the meaning of Ya'juj and Ma'juj in the grand tapestry of apocalyptic events.
The Prophecy of Tribulations Before the Last Hour
In his wisdom, the Prophet Muhammad cautioned Muslims of eleven hardships that would precede the Last Hour, among which is the appearance of Ya'juj and Ma'juj. This prophetic insight emphasizes the significance of their appearance and acts as a guiding light for believers traversing the end-time tribulations.
Righteousness, Faith, and the Ban on Returning Populations
A striking reminder of the relationship between faith, righteousness, and heavenly favor is embedded in the verses. According to the Qur'an, the ban on returning people, imposed by divine decree, will continue in effect until the allotted moment when Ya'juj and Ma'juj are unleashed, bursting forth from every hill. This is a call to Christians to strengthen their faith and engage in noble activities, knowing that their efforts will be rewarded.