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Dajjal: The King Who Has No Clothes Paperback – 1 Jan 1987
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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 behaviour, along with its inward psychological reality, both of those who do not base their way of life on Prophetic guidance and those that do.
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The word "Dajjal" is meaningless to most people outside the Muslim or Arab community, but this work deals with changes and events on a global scale which are currently familiar to everyone. "Dajjal" can be understood as synonymous with "Nuvus Ordo Seclorum" - the New Order of the Ages.
Not every reader will be interested in reading the enthusiastic recommendations of Islam, as an alternative to the Dajjal lifestyle, which are offered at regular intervals in the text. All who read this book will be enthralled by the striking comparisons drawn between the direction of modern international affairs and the ancient Muslim prophecy of the end of the world. Present-day observations clearly resemble very specific signs, which Muslims believe will immediately precede and forewarn the arrival of the anti-Christ and the advent of Judgement Day.
This is essential reading for anyone concerned about the important contemporary issues of globalisation and capitalism, and the book should not be overlooked by readers interested in the New World Order conspiracy theory or end-times prophecies.
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