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There is no obligation on Muslims to watch the advent of the mahdī according to the muftī of Egypt.
A Saudi man called Al-Hussain Bin Abdullah Al-Lehadi claims on his own website that he is the awaited Mahdi sent by God to the whole world. Al-Lehadi propagates his false claim through the Internet and there are people who believe that he is the real, long-awaited Mahdi.
The writers give a meticulous analysis to the false ideas revealed in the folk beliefs of some Muslims and Christians. These ideas create a relation between the signs of the Judgment Day and the American-British invasion of Iraq. The article describes how Israelis are exploiting these claims. The...
The General Administration of Cairo Investigation Office arrested a tailor who claimed to be the Mahdi [awaited-for prophet in Islam]. He claimed that he knew the time of Doomsday, and the secrets of the Holy Qur’an, and he said he was able to explain its verses. He was accused of exploiting...
A man wrote a letter to the Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar, Dr. Mohammed Sayed Tantawi, claiming that he is the Mahdi who, in Islam, comes at the end of times. The article further explains the concept of this self-acclaimed Mahdi on the end of times and the response of well-known Muslim scholars.
A letter to the editor about a book that claims that Christ will come back in the year 2000 and that the world will end in the year 2010.


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