The Syrian Uprising and Signs Of The Hour: The End Of America, The End Of The Arabs, The Rise Of Europe and The Mahdi's Army

Sunnah Muakadah
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The world will soon see change, this book discusses those changes and covers the end of America, the end of the Arabs, the rise of Europe and the Mahdi's Army who will face them. It outlines this future from both the Islamic and Christian religions and shows how they point towards the same future. 

Many of Islams major scholars have written works on the Signs of the Hour, in which they have arranged the narrations (ahadith) in the chronological order they understood the events would occur in.

The Prophet (saws) said: “The signs shall appear one after the other like the beads on a string follow one another (when the string is cut).”

The Signs began to appear in our lifetime and have been following each other one by one, this is clear by the acceptance of most scholars that the minor signs of the hour have all been fulfilled and we are about to witness it’s first major sign.

Syria has been mentioned by the prophet (saws) in relation to events that will mark the nearness of the hour. This Book, now in it's 2nd edition and largely expanded, looks at these narration’s and identifies the events the prophet (saws) spoke about, chronologically arranging them to give us the timeline the prophet (saws) intended us to have;

Abu Zaid Al-Ansaaree (ra) said, “The Prophet led us in the morning prayer, after which he climbed the pulpit and addressed us until Dhuhr (noon). He descended, prayed 'Asr (the late afternoon prayer), and then climbed the pulpit again, speaking to us until the setting of the sun. He spoke to us about what was and what will be; he informed us (thereof) and made us memorize (that information).” (Ahmad) 

Hudhayfah (ra) said: "The Prophet stood up one day to speak to us, and told us everything that was going to happen until the Hour, and left nothing unsaid. Some of the listeners learnt it by heart, and some forgot it; these friends of mine learnt it. I do not remember it completely, but sometimes it springs to mind, just as one might remember and recognize the face of a man whom one had forgotten, when one sees him." (Abu Dawud, Muslim) 

This Book is an entirely new work, dealing with the subject matter from a modern context. Previous works regarding the signs of the Hour have been simple translations of Imam Ibn Kathir's book's with out much being done to update his chronology that is now hundreds of years old and to identify the events he mentioned.

This Book takes the accounts of the prophet and identifies them giving an entirely more accurate chronology than was previously possible, from this effort the clearest picture yet emerges of the state of the world and its future, which we have corroborated with multiple sources all essentially saying the same thing.

No. Pgs: 418 A4, Approx.


Table Of Contents:

1 The Hour Has Cast It’s Shadow

2 From The Prophet’s Time To Ours

3 Signs Of The Hour

4 Syria The Land Of Mercy

5 A Time Frame Between The War In Syria and The Mahdi (r.a)

6 The Era Of The Duhaima (Sep 11th) The Worst Fitnah Before The Dajjaal

7  Ahadith On The Sanctions Of Iraq and The Sanctions To Be Placed On Syria and Then Egypt

8 The Rule Of The Ruwaybidah - The Corruptors Of Society

9 The Khawarij: The Name Of The Most Evil People In Our Time

10 The Events Leading Up To The Emergence Of Imam Mahdi

11 America In Previous Scriptures

12 America The Beginning Of The End

13 The End Of America

14 The People Of The Maghreb and The People Of The East

15 Imam Mahdi and The Great War Armageddon

16 The Dajjaal His Followers and His Place Of Emergence

17 The Trial Of The Dajjaal (Anti Christ)


Research Notes and Related Material


1 Human Physiology and It’s Relationship To Baraka

2 What Is The Unseen World and Where Is It: Explaining The Technical Terminology Of The Scholars

3 The Jewish Origins Of The Pashtun and Surrounding Areas

4 Ahadith Not Chronologically Arranged In This Work

5 The 30 Dajjaal’s

6 Nu’aym Ibn Hammad (ra)

7 Methodology: Chronological Order Of Ahadith

8 The Book Of Revelations Continued

9 The End of America Continued

10 The Dream Of the Prophet Daniel: The Ottomans, The British and America

11 Daniel Interprets The Dream Of Nebuchadnezzar

12 Timeline: Modern Islamic History

13 Divide and Conquer: Heretical Separatists In Islamic lands

14 Nationalism Is Created In Egypt

15 The Islamist Call To Westernize The Wests Call To Islamise

16 The Maqasid (Objectives) Of Shariah: A Closer Look

17 Media Snippets

18 Dua

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Sunnah Muakadah
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May 12, 2015
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382
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English
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