Wednesday, March 23, 2011


I've received several protests regarding my previous article "Lucifer vs Monkeys"..

East-mAn_345 wrote to me: It's arrogant of you to call Lucifer stupid! If he's stupid how come he have so many worshipers?

Johanshah wrote to me: Do you have any other authority to rely other than infinite monkeys theory?

Conner_McCloud wrote to me: So you're saying that if God made Adam immortal he too could develops superpower mind? How do you know? Could you named any known immortals other than Lucifer to support your argument?

illuminatiwatch11 wrote to me: Tidak setuju. it is not about stupidity. please read the Tawasin of Mansur Al Hallaj about Lucifer. Lucifer eternally hates us not because of his stupidity. he is the smartest creature after all, he has fooled all the world juntil now. there is no such thing as evolution, it is a false scientific theory. Don’t they worship lucifer? so lucifer is not stupid after all!


Wait a minute! Yes I did said he (Lucifer) was stupid, but that doesn't means that he's still stupid.

Please understand my argument thoroughly, in my article "Lucifer vs Monkey" I was presenting my opinion by comparing two species - Lucifer and Humans. All I was saying was that humans are biologically more superior in terms of potentials. Humans can developed their mind more rapidly than Lucifer, provided that humans are given enough time for development. Unfortunately, humans are being handicapped by their own mortality. Humans only live on average 80 years and within that years an average person only spent 30 years of his life being productive while the rest is wasted. But that 30 years are sufficient enough for most humans to achieved something which Lucifer could never do. Albert Einstein wrote Annus Mirabilis (E = mc2) at age 30, Paul Langerhans discovered Insulin at the age of 22, Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin at the age of 47 and Heinrich Rudolf Hertz discovered radio waves at the age of 31. These are some example on how humans could come up with something even in their very short life as mortals. Compare that with Lucifer and Satans who had yet to come up with anything tangible to proof their superiority, then you know why I think humans who worships inferior species like Satan are indeed retarded.

Can we, as human performs better than Lucifer if our handicap is removed?

Of course we could. In fact, any dumb-ass who is cursed with eternity will eventually have no choice but to become a genius eventually. You see, immortality is not as much fun as you thought it would be if you're a homo sapien. Eventually it will feels like being trapped in a small island. If you're immortal than after a few centuries of partying the world will eventually stop offering anything exciting to do. It will become "been there, done that" all the time and depression will eventually sink in especially when you start seeing people you know and care died of old age. The only things remains to do out of boredom is to fill your time with learning new things. So of course after a couple of millennium becoming a bookworm anyone could be a genius.

Ok ok.. I'm not an immortal to know how an Immortal would feel. My opinion above is basically influenced by watching too many "Highlander" movies and reading the "Twilight" saga. But other than the fictitious "Conner McLoud" (The Highlander) and "Edward Cullen" (Twilight), I do know three real life immortals I can based my argument on.


The first immortal human being who definitely will performs better than Lucifer is Dajjal himself. Now, contrary to the the Hollywood propaganda in the movie "The Omen" and "The Devil's Advocate" that the Anti-Christ is a Child of Satan, we as Muslim ought to already know that Dajjal Al-Masih is, biologically speaking - all human. Despite the fact that his parent is a bit freakish (His father will be tall, thin and his nose will be pointed like a beak while his mother will be fat with two long hands), the fact remains that Dajjal is still from our species.

The hadith pretty much concluded that Dajjal is an immortal. However for those who new in this topic, please don't start thinking that his immortality here is the same like Connor McLoud in 'Highlander' (cannot be killed, heal instantly even when stabbed by villain Kruger) or Edward McCullen in Twilight (insanely gorgeous, strong and with skin as durable as granite). All real-life immortals are totally humans in every way, except that they don't aged. Two of them stop aging after they drank the elixir of life ((Arabic: إكسير الحياة‎, Exeer Al-ḥayat) while the other one stop aging when he left Planet earth. Other than maintaining their youth, all immortals can still bleed and be killed.

No one know for sure when Dajjal was born. But it's pretty conclusive via hadith that Dajjal was already alive and chained in an Island somewhere very east of Medina (Yathrib) since the day of Prophet Muhammad . Ironically, it's the Christians who first met Dajjal. According to the hadith a man by the name of Tamin Al-Dari and 30 others (presumably Christians as well) had sailed in a ship from Banu Lakhm (Iraq) and Banu Jadham (Syria) when they encountered sea storm which lasted for a month before they landed near to an island, at the time of sunset.

Explanation: Banu Judham is not a place but a Yemeni tribe that emigrated to Syria and Egypt. Previously they were a group of South Arabian Christian tribes that emigrated in the early 3rd century from Yemen to the Hauran in southern Syria, Jordan and the Holy Land where some intermarried with Hellenized Roman settlers and Greek-speaking Early Christian communities. Most of them only embraced Islam is 636 after the battle of Yarmuk. However, in 636 their territory is still part of The Eastern Roman Empire (or Byzantium). Pompey the Great captured Antioch and turned Syria into a Roman province since 64BC before this region was passed to the Romans and then the Byzantines. it was only in 640 (eight years after Prophet Muhammad) that Syria was conquered by the Rashidun army led by Khaled ibn al-Walid, resulting in the area becoming part of the Islamic empire.)

It was in this island that these men encountered a beast who identified itself as Al-Jasasah. The beast them told them to go to a monastery to met Dajjal. Tamim Al-Dari described Dajjal as a huge man with his hands tied up to his neck and with iron shackles between his legs up to the ankles. The date of this encountered with Dajjal has been narrowed down to the first of year of Hijra (622) when Prophet Muhammad already left Makkah and settled in Yathrib.

So Dajjal already shackled up to his ankles since 1389 years ago and in a very near future he will reveal himself in Syria. This pretty much the authority to support my argument that Dajjal is indeed an immortal human being.

One of the biggest bullshit Lucifer had ever spread to non-Muslims is the lie that Lucifer and his army will once again wage a war against God. According to the christian mythodolgy, Lucifer once waged a war against God (but lose) and since then had been plotting for a re-match. What a crap! Lucifer couldn't even fart if God didn't want him to, let alone waging a full scale war against God.

The fact that Lucifer, as a species, is far too inferior from human is a good reason why the biggest deception of all time will not be carried out by Lucifer or Beelzebaub or Moloch or any other Satans. Instead, the biggest liar of all time worthy of Lucifer's envy and worship will be performed by an immortal human being. For those who have decoded all the available hadith regarding Dajjal will know that Dajjal is bad to the bone not because Lucifer made him to. Dajjal is bad because he is destined to be bad to the bone. In 622 when Tamim Al-Dari met Dajjal, Dajjal fully acknowledge prophet Muhammad as the `unlettered Prophet'. He even knew that he is the Dajjal whom will soon be permitted to leave the island and travel about the earth where in 40 nights he will pass through every town, except Makkah and Madina.

If assuming that As-Sufyani does emerge in 2012 followed by Al-Mahdi sometimes around 2020 or after (a friend of mine is of opinion that Al-Mahdi could emerge as sooner as 2015 - Noooo...! Please don't! Not yet!), then means that Dajjal has already been an immortal for 1398 years! Just imagine yourself what 1389 years can do to his human brain.

Another friend of mine in the Watchers group once said that Dajjal is the one and only case in history where a human brain's maximum potential had be multiplied by another factor - geniuses. He argued that Dajjal is a prodigy child since birth who unfortunately been destined to suffer the worst fate that could befalls to any person with the IQ beyond 140 - immortality.

He then joke that people got it wrong on the shackle. People always assume that the reason why God shackled him up to the ankle with hands tied up to his neck because God didn't want him to escape. But, he's already imprisoned in a remote island with a hairy beast as a his prison guard, so what are the chances of escapes? The shackles won't do any good to stop his escape if God permitted people to find him because sooner or later someone will found a technology to break it open. He said the only reasonable explanation is that God is preventing him from committing suicide out of boredom because that what most geniuses will be thinking of doing if they don't die early!

I laughed so hard upon hearing the joke. What a funny way to proof Dajjal is a prodigy child. But I guess I should expect that from a person who introduced to me the infinite monkeys theory in the first place.

It's true however that Dajjal is probably a prodigy child. According to hadith Dajjal is a one eyed son with biting teeth born with heart awake while his eyes remain sleep. Dajjal is said to be a child who sleeps all the time. Since birth, he didn't cried, didn't opened his eyes, and there's no attempt to awake himself from slumber (he even feed with his eyes closed). It goes to the situation where his parents had to put their ear on his chest to make sure he's still alive.

Sounded lots like a baby still in a womb to me.

It is accepted fact that most of the brain's cells are formed before birth. Is also accepted fact amongst pediatrician that children born premature are at higher risk for having a lower IQ than children from a full-term pregnancy. On the same token, there's also accompanying theory saying that babies who overstays his time in the womb will sometimes end-up overdeveloping his/her brain brain cells. This is because the brain's neurons begin to develop 18 days into pregnancy before going into overdrive, producing neurons at an unbelievable rate at the rate of neuron development as high as 250,000 brain cells per minute during peak times. This continues up until before birth where baby’s brain manufactures many more neurons than she or he will ultimately need. Alternatively, it's also accepted fact that sleeping is extremely related to brain development during infancy, which would explain why infants spend much more time in REM sleep than adults.

I don't have any idea yet on what will happened when a toddler's brain is overdeveloped. However, Albert Einstein is one fine example of a person with too much neurons since birth. Whereas our normal human brain only has 9 billion neurons in it, Einstein brain had over 25 billion neurons in it. So is it a coincidence that Einstein was also a case of two months late delivery?

I think it's possible that Dajjal's strange sleeping behavior at infancy had somehow mimicked the development of neurons in womb. In a way his neurons continue to develop in overdrive speed up to four years since his birth. Now if Albert Einstein ended up with 25 billions neurons after two months late delivery, then one can imagine how it could affect a toddler who had 4 years to begin with.

There were other things about Dajjal which could be use as indication. Dajjal as a child is said to suffer from a very late motor-skills development. He didn't walk until he's five years old and he stuttered very badly compared to other normal children. These are the classic symptoms known as "The Einstein Syndrome" suffered by many children with overdeveloped brain (Einstein Syndrome is a term used to describe exceptionally bright people with a slow development of motor/speech who unlikely to have conversations before age four. It is believed that these children talk late because parts of their brain are developing at a faster pace than other children, therefore, their language suffers.). Einstein as a child seldom spoke. When he did, he spoke very slowly because he tried out entire sentences in his head (or muttered them under his breath) until he got them right before he spoke aloud. According to accounts, Einstein did this until he was nine years old which caused his parent to be fearful that he was retarded.

According to Thomas Sowell in his book "Bright Children Who Talk Late", other geniuses who had suffered the The Einstein Syndrome are Edward Teller and Richard Feynman; mathematician Julia Robinson; and musicians Arthur Rubenstein and Clara Schumann.

So maybe Dajjal is a Genius blessed with IQ higher than William Sidis, Einstein, and and the rest of the world's savants put together. But as history had shown again and again, a brilliant man doesn't necessarily end up as a wise man. On the contrary, the history have shown that some of most brilliant man in history always ended up making the biggest mistake in life. As we know, The Einstein's letter was often cited as one of the reasons President Roosevelt started the secret Manhattan Project to develop the atom bomb. Then there's Ted Kaczynski, another genius who ended up as a self proclaimed anarchist famously known as the Unabomber. Even in Malaysia we have Sufiah Yusof, a child prodigy in maths who ended up as a 23 years old prostitute with a £130-an-hour income.

So there you have it, a prodigy human being who also happened to be an immortal. I have learned that some geniuses ended up choosing a anti-social belief. Ted Kaczynski ended up as an anarchist and Neo-Luddite. William Siddis later in life declared himself an atheist and a socialist. Ted Kaczynski and William Siddis are way below the level of Dajjal, so it make sense that a bad to the bone genius of such magnitude like Dajjal eventually ended up declaring himself as God.

The point here is to say that the biggest war between God and Evil will not be waged between human vs. Lucifer. The mother of all battle will be between human vs. human. Yes, Lucifer and his army of Satans will greatly of assistance to Dajjal. But on paper it will still be human vs human. What Dajjal will do in mere 40 days will supersede what Lucifer had done since the descent of Adam and Ave to earth. I think it's irony that Lucifer, who looked down on Adam eventually had to rely on another human being to head the ultimate war on his behalf. This support my contention that Lucifer as a species is incapable of doing what human could do. Once a human shares the benefit of immortality, that human will end up doing things which Lucifer could only watch in envy.


"There Can Be Only One!"

Fans of the Highlander movie undoubtedly would recognize that line, powerfully delivered by actor Christopher Lambert who played the immortal Connor MacLeod of the clan MacLeod who fictionally born in 1518 in Glenfinnan, Scotland near the shores of Loch Shiel. I first saw the movie when I was in form 5 in Full Residential School. Me and the rest of my friends (back then we called ourselves "The Macleod") couldn't stopped ourselves from repeating the line all over school all the time. Whenever any of us were competing for the biggest chicken leg during lunch, the winner will said "There can be only one". Whenever someone manage to get into the toilet first in the morning, you can hear him said "there can be only one..." to the rest of suckers who line up outside waiting for their turn to answer the call of nature.

When a Muslim lady in the Watchers group first posted an article about the real life immortals according to Islam, most of the non-Muslims at first thought we were pulling their leg off. Eventually we have to explain to them that the stories of the Immortals were not just a methodology or a cultural myth from some Arab country. Dajjal as an immortal would constitute a myth if not because of the hadith by prophet Muhammad confirming the encounter of Tamin Al-Dari and his former Christians friends with Dajjal in the year 622. The story of the second immortal Al-Khiḍr (Arab:الخضر, Khaḍr, Khaḍer, al-Khaḍir) would also be considered as a mumbo-jumbo if not of Surah Al-Kahfi verses 65 to 82.

I have to admit that my knowledge about Khidr was quite limited myself. Whereas I've been the fan of the fictional Highlander character since I was 17th years old, the story of this real life Immortal only came to me when I joined the Watchers group. The one who educated us in the Watchers group about Al-Khiḍr was a mysterious Muslim who claimed to be from China. She posted a brilliant article entitled "The Quest For Immortality" which explained in detail the four immortals she referred as Dajjal (Anti Christ), Khidr, Ilyas (Elia), and Isa (Yesus). It's a jaw dropping theory she had and her article still inspires me to write this one. Later someone within the group pointed out that the article was possibly a republication of one of Annemarie Schimmel's many unpublished articles but no one was able to verify that because Annemarie Schimmel had passed away since 2003.

Wikipedia Note: Annemarie Schimmel, SI, HI, (April 7, 1922 – January 26, 2003) was a well known and very influential German Orientalist and scholar, who wrote extensively on Islam and Sufism. She was a professor at Harvard University from 1967 to 1992.

Khidr is best known for his appearance in the Qur'an in Surah Al-Kahfi. Although not mentioned by name in the Qur'anic verse, Khiḍr is assumed to be the figure that Moses had meet at the junction of the two seas. Al-Khiḍr, realizing that Moses had the Torah and divine knowledge to draw upon, informs him in a stern manner that their knowledge is of different nature and that Moses wouldn't have patience with him but Moses promised to be patient and obey al-Khiḍr. They set sailed together and during their journey together, al-Khiḍr did a few things which Moses could not comprehend. First he sunk a ship, then he killed a young boy and finally he restored a decrepit wall in a hostile village.

Moses strongly protest against these three action by Al-Khidr despite his oath not to question Khidr's action. Eventually, Khidr explained to Moses the reasons behind his actions before they separated their ways. It seems that Khidr, already 1035 years old immortal prior meeting Moses, had conquered the knowledge to see the future. Al-Khidr had seen how the the boat will be intercepted by a cruel king if he allowed the boat to proceed its journey. He then saw all the passengers on the boat being abducted, tortured and killed by the King's men. Therefore without even bothering to explain, he decided to sink the boat. He also saw the young boy grow up into a very dangerous man certain to end up in the deepest pit of hell for his crime against humanity, while dragging his parent to the brimstone with him. So he took out the falling dominoes by killing the boy, altering the future of mankind while ensuring the boy and his parents to end up in heaven. As for the wall, al-Khiḍr explained that underneath the wall was a treasure belonging to two hapless orphans whose father was a righteous man. Should he let the wall collapse, the treasure will be discovered by the villagers and they probably will kill the children to get their hands to the treasure. He foresee that the children will discovered the treasure when they grew up anyway. So he restored the wall to momentarily conceal the treasure.

Now, Moses encounter with Khidr probably happened around 1596BC (before Christ) when Moses (maybe) around 30 years old. Khidr however was probably born around the same year with Alexander the Great in 356 BC. That means that when Moses met Khidr, Khidr was already around 1240 years old! Not bad for a very old men eh!?

The story on how Khidr become immortal is rather entertaining and filled by irony. Before turning into an immortal, Khidr is believe to be about the same age with Alexander the Great (for hypothesis sake, lets momentarily adopt A. Yusuf Ali's opinion that Iskandar Zulkarnain and Alexander the Great is the same person). Alexander was a very powerful men who spread prophet Ibrahim's teaching around the world through military conquest. However, another story circulating about this great military man is that he originally embarked on a world wide voyage in search of the legendary mythical island where the fountain of youth is located. The story was supported by a former Freemason in the Watchers group who published in details about the goal behind the Masonic movement to secure the the fountain.

The Illuminati is said to firmly believed of the existence of the Fountain of Youth because of the ancient documents about Alexander's conquest. The documents is said to contain some very explicit instructions by Alexander himself to all his subordinates to double their efforts to locate the fountain. I was utterly intrigued by a suggestion in the article ""The Quest For Immortality" that Alexander and his quest for immortality is directly responsible for the wide spread stories of the elixir around the globe. This is a fascinating theory, considering that the same legend in China only came out roughly after Alexander set his foot there. The legend grew up to the point where about a hundred years later Emperor Qin Shi Huang sent Taoist alchemist Xu Fu with 500 young men and 500 young women to the eastern seas to find the elixir. Alexander the Great was also blamed for the same idea in India (Alexander the Great had invaded India in 325 BC). In fact, the oldest Indian writings, the Vedas (Hindu sacred scriptures), contain the same hints of alchemy that are found in evidence from ancient China, confirming the fact that Alexander had introduced the idea both to China and India during his conquest. The idea even spread to Europe which was also part of Alexander pit stops.

Alexander's voyage to locate the elixir was continued by the Illuminati when they ordered the famous Christopher Columbus to start a voyage in search of island where the elixir is supposedly be. This lead to the discovery of America during the first voyage. However, the major purpose of this expensive voyage failed when Santa Maria (Columbus Ship) navigational system went crazy near the Bermuda Triangle. Undeterred, in September 1493 Christopher and his 1200 men went again for a second time. This lead to the legend of Fountain of Youth and Juan Ponce de León y Figueroa.

How does Al-Khidr relevant to any of these story?

Al-Khidr was one of Alexander's men. His association with Alexander was mentioned in several collections of legends called 'Alexander romance' concerning the mythical exploits of Alexander. When Alexander started his voyage, he didn't exactly told all his men that he's looking for the way to immortalize himself. Telling his men that they're leaving their life behind so that the king can be young forever weren't exactly a good idea to boost soldier's morale. So he came up with a perfect uplifting speech - to spread religion all over the world.

Al-Khidr on the other hand joined the army not because he wanted to live forever. He merely look for an opportunity to die as a Jihadist. He is like a true Klingon of Star Trek Universe carrying his swords all over the world alongside Alexander in search of the perfect battle and a good day to die.

It's hilarious indeed that both these men ended up not with what they want, but with the other had wanted.

After they parted their ways, destiny led Alexander to the perfect battle; the one Al-Khidr have been drooling to join for decades. Alexander eventually fought as true jihadist against Gog and Magog (Al Kahfi verse 98). The battle against Gog and Magog was said to be the most brutal and take a heavy toll on Alexander's men. while Al-Khidr on the other hand ended up drinking water in a mysterious island and later probably be annoyed by the fact that he has stopped aging.

For me, Khidr is just another example on what any ordinary human being are capable of if his/her potential is allowed to expand biologically. He was plain ordinary man during his military career under Alexander but a thousand years later he was found by Moses to be a servant of God who possessed great mystic knowledge. In terms of age, Khidr is older than Dajjal because Khidr had lived a thousand years before Moses. Dajjal on the other hand, is said to be born during or after Moses. Members of the Watchers group pinpoint this to the story stating that Dajjal's parent worships a golden calf, a false god which first appeared amongst the Israelite prior to Moses's Exodus.

There's a very strong opinion from other members in the Watchers group that there's only one place in this world where you can find the Elixir of Life (Fountain of Youth). That lead to a subsequent theory that the same Island where the elixir was discovered by Khidr was the same Island where Dajjal was imprisoned. This theory for me is based more on common sense rather than solid authority but I might write about it anyway in my future article about the immortals.

It is interesting however to know that the immortals will appeared in the end of days to face each other. Al-Khidr's wishes to be the ultimate Jihadist will be fulfilled when he later confronts Dajjal himself.

Some of you probably have heard the hadith about a man who will confronts Dajjal outside Medina. In a lengthy Hadith narrated by Abu Saeed (R.A.), Rasulullah (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam) is reported to have said: "Dajjal will come but it will be prohibited and impossible for him to enter Madina. He will set up camp in a barren land outside Madina. One person who will be the best of persons will confront him by saying: "I bear witness that you are the very Dajjal about whom Rasulullah (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam) has informed us.". This man is Al-Khidr, a man in a green robe who will be the turning point of Dajjal's fate. Dajjal will kill him (according to another narration he will split Al-Khidr in two) but Al-Khidr will sprang back to life simply to mock Dajjal by saying "I am totally convinced more than ever before that you definitely are Dajjal." Dajjal will attempt to kill Al-Khidr again but his efforts will now be in vain because Khidr neck will be impenetrable as iron. Panicking at this point, Dajjal will order his followers to throw Al-Khidr to the pit filled with fire where Allah will make Al-Khidr felt as though he was being thrown into a comfortable hole equipped with air-condition. He will then died the way he always dreamed of - as the ultimate Jihadist who will sit very near to Prophet Muhammad in heaven.

There's a very fascinating theory amongst members of the group about this hadith. The theory stated that if it's true that this man is Al-Khidr the immortal, then that would explain why he sprang back to life after Dajjal killed him. It's not because Dajjal had superpowers to rise people from the grave, but its because the man he killed is - well, an immortal - who probably had drink too much of the elixir. Some even suggested that when Dajjal saw Al-Khidr, he immediately recognize him as an immortal being. So knowing that Al-Khidr can not be easily killed, then it would be a good opportunity for Dajjal to deceive his followers into believing that he can bring back dead people. What Dajjal had failed to calculate is that the healing rate of Al-Khidr is a blink of an eye compared to Dajjal. So Dajjal was taken by surprised to see Al-Khidr mocking mere minutes after he was last seen sprawling dead.

I have written too much on this topic. I guess I will stop here. There's no need to write about the 3rd immortal because all of you would have guessed it right by now that I was referring to Jesus himself. There's not much I can write about Jesus except that he wasn't dead as the Christians have thought, but merely lifted from planet earth to God knows where. I will write more in near future about the mysterious island where the elixir is located.

Just to straighten the record before I end my writing, I wish to add that Khidr, Dajjal and Jesus are not the only real immortals in this world. Dajjal's prison guard Al-Jasasah is also technically qualified as an immortal. In fact, some belief that Gog and Magog are also immortals (but I haven't made any research on that yet). If that's true, than it would explain why we as mere mortals have no chance against Dajjal and Yakjuj & Makjuj. These immortals are no longer normal human beings. They're superior human being who represents the best of what the human species could become if given enough time to develop their potential. It took two immortals to end Dajjal's military campaign and it took divine intervention to kill Gog and Magog.

It would goes without saying that Lucifer as a species, would never be able to do what Dajjal had done even when he had a head start since before Adam. Lucifer as a being, is so far inferior compared to human. So why does anyone wants to worship Lucifer again?

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  1. Sangat menipu dan menyimpang dari ajaran Islam..
    Dajjal Al-Masih???? ko ni mmg dh rosak lagi merosakkan...

    Lain kali jangan main copy & paste artikel orang lain. at least ko "cite" la rujukan ko tu...

    Ape tu Watcher's Group?? Sebuah group anti-Islam ke? x payah la nk bangga sgt seolah ko tu pejuang agama dan bangsa...malu lah...terlalu fiction...agaknya dh terlebih tgk movie dan dipengaruhi ideologi barat yang MAHA kafir..


  2. You have to be better than that if you wants me to respond to your comments. You see, I have this difficulty responding to dumb empty comments because I found it very difficult to reset my brain to such low settings. If you disagreed me using the word "Dajjal Al-Masih", then put forwards your argument and authority so that I can responds accordingly because I'm pretty sure he was named Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal in the doa. Dajjal also used that name when he described himself to Tamin Al-Dari ans such name was even used by Bukhari (Bukhari 77:68,92). Simply putting label on me won't be enough, neither does acting like Khawarij. If you need further lessons, feel free to visit my friend at

  3. @ Muzri Mizan..ape yang afterdark katakan itu betul..aku jugak penah terbaca ada tiga orang bernama Al-Masih..
    1) Nabi Isa Al-Masih
    2) Dajjal Al-Masih
    3) Imam Mahdi Al-Masih

    Kalau salah tolong betulkan..thank you

  4. @muzri mirzan bro sebelum komen, check dulu dengan sendiri. Masih bermaksud menyapu seperti meratakan air wudhuk di tangan dan kaki. Pada zaman dahulu kala orang-orang Yahudi menabalkan bakal raja dengan menyapukan minyak di dahinya. Bagi mereka Dajjal merupakan raja ataupun pemimpin yang mereka nanti-nantikan. Disebab itu mereka memanggil Dajjal dgn Al Masih. Al Masih in English is "Messiah". Bagi umat Islam Nabi Isa ditabalkan oleh Allah. Sebab itu kita memanggilnya dengan Al Masih juga. Kalau nak dengar keterangan dari Sheik Yusuf Estes boleh tengok kat Youtube.

  5. Kene add skit

    ada 1 lagi yang tak mati, just go lookup about it, tak mentioned anywhere in Quran I think but folklore stories among the Jews and Christian, no special power, he just - sort of cursed by Isa. - Wandering Jew

  6. Dul Qurnayn is not Alexander the great in any way, nor did he spread the beliefs of Ibrahim (RAA). Alexander the great used to get drunk constantly, committed adultery with both other women and other men and did not believe in one god but rather in many so he could not possibly have been Dul Qurnayn. The reason you have made this connection is because Alexander was said to wear a helmet with two horns although Cyrus the Great used to wear and even closer match to the helmet described, he believed in one God and often constructed dams with which Gog and Magog are surrounded with beyond teir iron and copper walls. I am not saying Cyrus the great is Dul Qurnayn but I am saying for certain that it is obviously not Alexander the great. Alexander thrived on self interest alone, nothing else, Dul Qurnayn went far to fight Gog and Magog on the plee of a villager so thing for a second to the extent to which each are different, Dul Qurnayn believed in one God, Allah and was given the gift of rallying his men, strategy and battle to take over the world from east to west, there are only four in Islam who have accomplished this in the past, Dul Qurnayn is one of them. Check your facts before you make such claims.