Dajjal The Anti Christ – Softcover | II1695
Dajjal The Anti Christ – Revised Edition – Softcover
(Author: Ahmad Thomson)
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Dajjal The Anti Christ – Revised Edition
About this Book: For centuries people have attempted to relate current events and trends in the world to interpretations of the prophecies contained in the Book of Ezekiel and the Book of Revelations or the writings of Nostradamus and the predictions of clairvoyants and astrologers and theorists. The author does much the same – but by referring to some of the prophecies which are contained in the Qur’an and in the recorded sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) , may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Only time will tell which prophecies, interpretations and predictions are most accurate.
Dajjal, the AntiChrist is the revised edition of the author’s earlier book Dajjal, The King Who Has No Clothes and the book has been in print since 1986. It has been welcomed by some readers as essential reading and criticized by others as promoting conspiracy theories. If this book helps you to understand your life and what happens after death, perhaps there is benefit in reading it…and if it raises issues which you prefer to avoid, then these can be deflected by simply dismissing the author as a conspiracy theorist — although as one writer observed, “How can you describe an open norm as a conspiracy?” At the bottom of every conspiracy you find Allah.
“His command when he desires a thing is just to say to it, “Be!” and it is.
Glory be to Him who has dominion
Of all things in his hand.
You will be returned to Him.”
Publisher’s Description: The author attempts to relate current events and trends in the world to prophecies contained in the Qur’an and Sunnah. However, this best-selling book is not simply a catalogue of these events. Rather it examines and compares the outward existential behavior, along with its inward psychological reality, both of those who do not base their way of life on Prophetic guidance and those that do.
About the Author: Hajj Ahmad Thomson was born in Zambia, where he spent the first 16 years of his life. After receiving his formal education in Zimbabwe and England, he accepted Islam in 1973 at the hand of the Raja of Mahmudabad, may Allah have mercy on him, the first director of Regent’s Park Mosque, who gave him his Muslim name. Ahmad subsequently went on Hajj in 1977, 2001 and 2018. The author and co-author of several books, he currently practices as a barrister specializing in Charities, Discrimination and Muslim personal law. (www.wynnechambers.co.uk).
Width: 6 inches x Length: 8.25 inches
Revised Edition – 2022