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Jesus, Al- Mahdi and Moshaikh (Anti-Christ) - Narrated by the late Grand Muhaddith of Morocco Shaykh, Abdullah ben Sadek al Ghumari (ra)

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  • Jesus, Al- Mahdi and Moshaikh (Anti-Christ) - Narrated by the late Grand Muhaddith of Morocco Shaykh, Abdullah ben Sadek al Ghumari (ra)

    اَلحَمدُلِلهِ رَبِ العَلَمِينَ ؕ وَالصَّلَوةُ وَ السَّلَامُ عَلَى سَيِـّـدِ المُرسَلِين
    اَمَّا بَعدُ فَاَعُوذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيطَنِ الرَّجِيمِ
    بِسمِ اللهِ الرَّحمَنِ الرَّحِيم

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله تعالى وبركاته

    Asalamu 3alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh


    Jesus, Al- Mahdi and Moshaikh (Anti-Christ)

    Narrated by the late Grand Muhaddith of Morocco Shaykh, Abdullah ben Sadek, Ph.D.

    (1914 - 1993) may Allah be pleased with him

    Translated by Shaykh Ahmad Darwish

    This book is divided into four parts. The first part is the translation of the work of the late Grand Muhaddith of Morocco, Shaykh Abdullah ben Sadek, may Allah have mercy upon him, and consists of hadith pertaining to coming of Al Mahdi and his circumstances. It also mentions a few hadiths concerning the false Messiah, and Prophet Jesus.

    The second part contains hadiths extracted from "The Gardens of Righteousness" by Imam Nawawi in which there are more authentic hadiths pertaining to the arrival of the false Messiah and the second coming of Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him.

    The third part is a summary written in layman's terms of the preceding hadith however, they should not be used as a substitute for the study of the hadith that are the actual sayings of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him, that have been verified and transmitted verbatim from one generation to the next since his time.

    The fourth part consists of questions and answers replied to by Shaykh Abdullah.

    Muhaddith Abdullah ben Sadek, a direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him, was not only the foremost Muhaddith of Africa but one of the top seven scholars in the world on the Science of Hadith, which is the science of the transmission of the sayings and practices of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him.

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    Muhaddith, Hafez Habib Abdullah ben Sadek - The Acclaimed Scholar of Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamat

    Muhaddith, Hafez Habib Abdullah ben Sadek

    The Acclaimed Scholar of Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamat

    Muhaddith, Hafez Habib Abdullah ben Sadek, a direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him, was not only the foremost Muhaddith of Africa but one of the top seven scholars in the world on the Science of Hadith. The Science of Hadith is the transmission of the sayings and practices of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him.

    At a young age the Muhaddith became a Professor of Hadith at Al Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, and to his credit several of his former students include Grand Muhaddiths and Islamic officials in many parts of the Islamic world. During his lifetime he wrote over one hundred books on Islam, including an encyclopedia of hadith falsely attributed to Prophet Muhammad. He also originated the Science of the Innovations of the Explanation of the Holy Koran.

    Hafez Abdullah was born in Tangier, Morocco in 1914 (A.H. 1328). As a child he learned the Holy Koran by heart and studied the Koranic science of calligraphy. Later, he studied the complete sciences of Malik Jurisprudence and the Explanation of the Holy Koran at Kairouan Mosque in Fez, Morocco. In December, 1931, he began his studies at Al Azhar Mosque where he took and passed its final examination within the short period of one year after which he was offered a teaching position in the prestigious university of Al Azhar. In 1942 he received his Ph.D. then returned to Tangier where he continued to teach up until the time of his death in the mosque and center founded by his father. May Allah be pleased with them.


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      The Biography of Abu al_Fadl ^Abdullah bin as-Siddiq al-Ghumari who died in the year 1413AH

      The Biography of Abu al_Fadl ^Abdullah bin as-Siddiq al-Ghumari who died in the year 1413AH

      Translated by Riad Nachef


      He is Shaykh Abu al-Fadl ^Abdullah the son of the grand scholar Abu ^Abdillah Shamsid-Din Muhammad the son of the great pious Waliyy, my master, Mohammad as-Siddiq the son of my master Ahmad the son of Mohammad the son of Qasim the son of Mohammad the son of Mohammad the son of ^Abdilmu’min al-Ghumari at-Tanji the son of Mohammad the son of ^Abdilmu’min the son of ^Aliyy the son of al Hasan the son of Mohammad the son of ^Abdullah the son of Ahmad the son of ^Abdullah the son of ^Isa the son of Mas^ud the son of al-Fudayl the son of ^Aliyy the son of ^Umar the son of al-^Arabi ^Alal the son of Musa the son of Ahmad the son of Dawud the son of mawlana Idris the son of mawlana Idris al Akbar the son of ^Abdullah the son of al Hasan al Muthanna the son of our master al Hasan the son of Imam ^Aliyy may Allah accept his deeds.


      He, may Allah endow His Mercy upon him, was born on the last day of Jumada-l-akhirah in the year 1328 AH- 1910 G in stronghold of Tangier.

      Upbringing and Travels

      He grew up under the care of his father, may Allah endow His Mercy upon him. He memorized the Glorious Qur’an according to the recitation of Warsh, then Hafs, then he proceeded to memorize some religious texts. He memorized most of Mandhumat al Kharraz which is named “Mawrid ath-Tham’an”, a large part of al-Alfiyyah, al Arba^in an-Nawawiyyah, al ‘Ajirrumiyyah and a part of Bulugh al Maram and of Mukhtasar Khalil.

      He read under the tutoring of his brother Abu al Fayd the explanation of al “Ajirrumiyyah by al-Azhariyy. Prior to that he had briefly covered the meanings of its terms with his maternal uncle As-Sayyid Ahmad the son of ^Abdilhafidh the son of ^Ajibah.

      At the orders of his father he traveled to Fas to seek the knowledge at the university of al-Qurawiyyin. He read the explanation of al-Alfiyyah by al Makkudi under the tutoring of shaykh ash-Sharif al Habib al Mahaji, also he read the explanation by al Makkudi along with Hashiyat Ibn al Hajj under the Tutoring of shaykh Mohammad the son of al Hajj the son of al Muhashshi and he attended the explanation of Ibn ^Aqil and the Hashiyah of as-sija^iyy under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad al Hajj the cousin of the one previously mentioned.

      He attended the beginning of the explanation of Mukhtasar Khalil by al Kharshi under the tutoring of shaykh al Habib al Mahaji, and the book of al Jinayat wa Ma Ilayha under the tutoring of shaykh Ahmad al Qadiri. He read the chapter of al Buyu^ (dealings) and what is after under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad as-Sinhaji, and other chapters under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad the son of the aforementioned al Hajj and the grand scholar Ahmad the son of al Jilani, and a part of al Mukhtasar the explanation of az-Zarqani under the tutoring of of the grand scholar ^Abdullah al Fudayli. He studied the chapter of al ‘Ijarah up to the end of al Mukhtasar the explanation of ash-Shaykh ad-Dardir under the tutoring of ^Abdur-Rahman the son of al Qurashi.

      He attended Fara’id al Mukhtasar the explanation of al kharshi and Hashiyat Ahmad the son of al Khayyat under the tutoring of Abu ash-Shita’ as-Sinhaji.

      He attended the explanation of al Bukhari by al Qastalani under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad the son of al Hajj in the Mosque of Mawlay Idris, and he attended the circles of shaykh al Husayn al ^Iraqi in the Mosque of ^Abdur-Rahaman al Mlili, and he attended Hashiyat al Shinwani ^Ala Ibn Abi Jamrah under the tutoring of the grand scholar ^Abdul Hayy al Kittani in the Mosque of al Qurawiyyin.

      He attended Jam^ al Jawami^ the explanation of al Mahalli from its beginning up to the segment of as-Sunnah under the tutoring of shaykh al Husayn al ^Iraqi, and al Muqaddimat of the same book under the tutoring of the grand scholar ^Abdullah al Fudayli, and major portion of the same under the tutoring of shaykh al-^Abbas Binani and under his tutoring he took al Maqulat al ^Ashr and at-Tawhid by Ibn ^Ashir.

      He attended Risalat al Wad^ under the tutoring of shaykh ^Abdullah al Fudayli and the explanation of al Quwaysini ^Ala Assalam under the tutoring of shaykh al Habib al Mahaji.

      During his stay in Fas he met as-Sayyid Mohammad the son of Ja^far al Kattani, and was authorized to narrate by as-Sayyid Mahdi al ^Azuzi who narrates from the route of two people from as-Sayyid Murtada az-Zabidi who died in the year 1205 AH .

      He returned to Tangiers after he embibed knowledge and skill and stood out among his peers and he taught al ‘Ajirrumiyyah and Risalat al Qayrawani at az-Zawiyah as-Siddiqiyyah. He used to attend his fathers lessons in Sahih al Bukhari and al ‘Ashbah Wa an-Nadha’ir by as-Suyuti and Mughni al-Labib and reviewed the explanation of ad-Damamini and Hawashi al’Amir and ad_Dusuqi and ^Abdulhadi Naja al ‘Abiari and other than that.

      In the midst of all of that he wrote the first of his compiled works which is an elaborate explanation of al ‘Ajirrumiyyah which was named by his brother al-Hafidh Abu al Fayd “Tashyid al-Mabani Litawdih Ma Hawathu al-Muqaddimah al-‘Ajirrumiyyah Min al-Haqa’iq Wa al-Ma^ani.”

      Toward the end part of Sha^ban 1349AH-1930G he traveled to Egypt and joined al-Azhar al-Ma^mur and attended the explanation of al-Malwi ^Ala as-Salam and Hashiyat as-Sabban under the tutoring of shaykh ^Abdulqadir az_Zantani at-Tarabulusi. He also attended Jam^ al-Jawami^ the explanation of al-Mahalli from the chapter of al-Qiyas up to its end and ar-Risalah as-Samarqandiyyah FiAdab al-Bahth Wa al-Munadharah under the tutoring of the grand scholar Mohammad Hasanayn Makhluf al-^Adawi al_Maliki.

      He attended the explanation of al-Asnawi ^Ala Minhaj al-‘Usul lil-Baydawi under the tutoring of shaykh Hamid Jad and Tahdhib as-Sa^d Bi Sharh al-Khabisi Fi al Mantiq under the tutoring of shaykh Mahmud Imam ^AbdurRahman al-Mansuri al-Hanafi and he heard from him al-Hadith al-Musalsal Bil-Awwaliyyah.

      At the orders of his father he directed himself toward the Shafi^iyy Fiqh and attended al-Manhaj for shaykh Zakariyya under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad ^Izzat and read Sharh al Khatib ^Ala Abi Shuja^ under the tutoring of shaykh ^Abdulmajid ash-Sharqawi. He attended the lessons of shaykh Mohammad Bakhit al-Muti^iyy in at-Tafsir Wa al-Hidayah in the Hanafi Fiqh and his Hashiyah ^Ala Sharh al-“Asnawi ^Ala Minhaj al-‘Usul and he authorized him an all inclusive authorization (‘Ijazah ^Ammah).

      He attended lessons in Sunan at-Tirmidhiyy under the tutoring of shaykh Mohammad as-Samalutiyy who authorized him an all inclusive authorization (‘Ijazah ^Ammah)just as other scholars have also authorized him.

      In the year 1350AH-1931G he took the test of ^Alamiyyat al-Ghuraba’ which encompasses twelve kinds of knowledge and he passed, and he obtained the degree of ^Alamiyyat al-Ghuraba’ and then he obtained ^Alamiyyat al-Azhar.

      His Teaching

      He taught Jam^ al-Jawami^ Bi Sharh al-Mahilli, Sharh al-Millawi ^Ala as-Salam, Sullam al-Wusul Ila ^Ilm al-‘Usul Li Ibn Abi Hijab, al-Jawhar al-Maknun Fi al-Balaghah Lil Akhdari, Sharh al-Makkudi ^Ala al-Alfiyyah, Tafsir an-Nasafiyy, al-Ahkam Lil ‘Amidiyy, Al-Khabisi ^Ala Tahdhib as-Sa^d Fi al-Mantiq, and Tafsir al-Baydawi.

      His Shaykhs


      1. His father, as-Sayyid Muhammad ibn as-Siddiq, may Allah endow His mercy on him.
      2. His brother, al-Hafidh, the Grand Scholar, Abu al-Fayd Ahmad.
      3. The Grand Scholar ash-shaykh Muhammad ibn al-Hajj as-Sulami
      4. The Grand Scholar, ash-shaykh al-Qadi al-^Abbas ibn Abi Bakr Binani.
      5. The Grand Scholar, al-Muhaqqiq, as-sayed Ahmad ibn al-Jilani al-Amghariyy
      6. Ash-shaykh Fathullah al-Binani ar-Ribati.
      7. The grand scholar, ash shaykh ar-Radi as-Sinani, known by al Hamsh.
      8. The grand scholar Abush-shita’ ibn al-Hasan as-Sinhaji.
      9. The grand scholar, ash-shaykh Muhammad as-Sinhaji, the brother of the previous listed one
      10. The grand scholar, as-Sayyed Ahmad ibn at-Tayyib, al-Qadiri.
      11. The grand scholar, ^Abdullah al-Fudayli.
      12. The grand scholar, as-Sayed ^Abdur-Rahman ibn al-Qurashiyy, al-^Alawiyy.
      13. Ash-Sharif, al Habib, al-Mihaji.
      14. Al-Muhaddith, ^Abdil-Hayy al-Kittani.
      15. The grand scholar, al Qadi al Husayn al ^Iraqiyy.
      16. The grand scholar, as-Sayed Muhammad al-Makiyy, ibn Muhammad al-Batawiriyy.
      17. As-Sayed al Mahdiyy ibn al-^Arabi, ibn al-Hashimiyy az-Zarhuniyy.
      18. The king Idris ibn Muhammad al Mahdiyy ibn the grand scholar Muhammad ibn ^Aliyy as-Sanusiyy ash-sharif al-Hasaniyy.
      19. Al-Qadi al Musnid al Kabir ^Abdil-Hafidh ibn Muhammad ibn ^Abdil Kabir al-Fasiyy al Fihriyy.
      20. The grand scholar the sufi Abul Qasim ibn Mas^ud ad-Dabbagh.
      21. The grand scholar, al Muhaddith, as-Sayyed Muhammad ibn Idris al Qadiri al Hasaniyy al Fasiyy.

      1. The shaykh of Jam^ az-Zaytunah shaykh Tahir ibn ^Ashur at-Tunisiyy al Malikiyy

      1. Ash shaykh Muhammad Bakhit al-Muti^iyy al Hanafiyy.
      2. The Musnid of the era, ash-Shaykh Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ^Abdul ^Aziz ibn Rafi^ al Husayniyy at-Tahtawiyy.
      3. Ash-shaykh Muhammad Imam ibn Burhan ad-Din Ibrahim, famous by as-Saqqa ash-Shafi^iyy.
      4. Ash-shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Hamidiyy as-Samalutiyy al Malikiyy.
      5. Ash-shaykh Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifah al-Azhariyy ash-Shafi^iyy.
      6. Ash-shaykh Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ad-Dalbashaniyy al Musiliyy al-Qahiriyy.
      7. As-Sayyed Baha’uddin Abun-nasr ibn Abi Mahasin al Qawuqji at-Tarabulsiyy.
      8. Ash shaykh Muhammad al Khadir ibn Husayn at-Tunisiyy.
      9. Abul Wafa’ Khalil ibn Badr ibn Mustafa al Khalidiyy al Hanafiyy.
      10. The grand scholar ash-Shaykh Muhammad Dwidar al Kafrawiyy at-Tillawiyy ash-Shafi^iyy.
      11. Ash-Shaykh Taha ibn Yusuf ash-Sha^biniyy ash-Shafi^iyy.
      12. Ash-Shaykh Abdil Majid ibn Ibrahim ibn Muhammad al-Labban.
      13. Abdil Wasi^ ibn Yahya as-San^aniyy al Yamaniyy.
      14. Al-Ustadh ^Uwayd ibn Nasr al Khuza^iyy al Makkiyy.
      15. Ash-Shaykh Muhsin ibn Nasir Baharbah al Yamaniyy al Hadramiyy ash-Shafi^iyy.
      16. Ash-Shaykh Abdil Ghaniyy Tamum al Hanafiyy.
      17. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Bablawiyy al Malikiyy.
      18. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn ^Abdil-Latif Khudayr ad-Dimyatiyy ash-Shafi^iyy.
      19. Muhammad ibn Muhammad Zabarah as-San^aniyy al Hasaniyy.
      20. Ash-Shaykh Mahmud ibn ^Abdir Rahman al Mansuriyy al Hanafiyy al-Azhariyy.
      21. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad Zahid ibn al-Hasan al Kawthariyy.
      22. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn Hasanayn ibn Muhammad Makhluf al ^Adawiyy al-Malikiyy.
      23. Ash-Shaykh ^Abdil Majid ash-Sharqawiyy.
      24. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ^Izzat.


      1. Ash-Shaykh, al Muhaddith, ^Umar Hamdan al-Mahrisi.
      2. Ash-Shaykh al-Muhaddith, ^Abdil Qadir ibn Tawfiq ash-Shalabiyy at-Tarabulsiyy.
      3. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad al-Marzuqiyy ibn ^Abdur-Rahman Abu al-Husayn al Makkiyy al Hanafiyy.
      4. Ash-Shaykh Salih ibn al-Fadl at-Tunisiyy thumma al Madaniyy al Hanafiyy.
      5. The great scholar ^Abdul-Baqi ibn Mulla ^Aliyy ibn Mulla Muhammad Mu^in al-Laknawiyy al-Ansariyy al-Madaniyy al-Hanafiyy.


      1. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad Sa^id ibn Ahmad al-Farra ad-Dimashqiyy al Hanafiyy.
      2. The grand scholar, Badruddin ibn Yusuf al Hasaniyy ad-Dimashqiyy, ash-Shafi^iyy, the shaykh of Dar Al-Hadith in Damascus.
      3. Al-‘Ustadh, ash-Shaykh ^Abdil Jalil ibn Salim adh-dhara ad-Dimashqiyy.
      4. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad Raghib ibn Mahmud at-Tabbakh al-Halabiyy al Hanafiyy.
      5. Ash-Shaykh Yusuf ibn Isma^il ibn Yusuf an-Nabahaniyy ash-Shafi^iyy al-Bayrutiyy.
      6. Ash-Shaykh ^Ata’ ibn Ibrahim ibn Yasin al-Kasm ad-Dimashqiyy al Hanafiyy.

      His Shaykhs Among the Women

      1. Umm al Banin ‘Aminah bint ^Abdil-Jalil ibn Salim adh-dhara ad-Dimashqiyy.

      His Authored Works

      He authored many compiled works some of which are:

      1. Al ‘Ibtihaj Bitakhrij Ahadith al-Minhaj Lil Baydawi.
      2. Takhrij Ahadith Luma^ Abi ‘Ishaq Ash-Shirazi Fi al-‘Usul.
      3. ^Aqidat Ahl al-Islam Fi Nuzul ^Isa ^Alayhi Assalam FiAkhir az-Zaman.
      4. Ar-Rad al-Muhkam al-Matin ^Ala Kitab al-Qawl al-Mubin.
      5. Ithaf Al-Adhkiya’ bi Jawaz at-Tawassul bi Sayyed al-Ambiya’.
      6. Al-Arba^un Hadithan al-Ghumariyyah fi Shukr an-Ni^am.
      7. Al-Arba^un Hadithan as-Siddiqiyyah fi Masa’il Ijtima^iyyah.
      8. Al-Istiqsa’ li Adillat Tahrim al-Istimna’.
      9. Samir as-Salihin fi 3 Ajza’.
      10. Husnil Bayan fi Laylat an-Nusf min Sha^ban.
      11. Fada’il al-Qur’an.
      12. Tashyid al-Mabaniyy lima Hawathu al-‘Ajirrumiyyah Minal-Ma^ani.
      13. Fada’il Ramadan wa Zakat al-fitr.
      14. Misbah az-Zujajah fi Salatil-Hajah.
      15. Qisas al-Ambiya’.
      16. Qurrat al-^Ayn bi Adillat Irsal an-Nabiyy ila ath-Thaqalayn.
      17. Jawahir al-Bayan fi Tanasub Suwar al-Qur’an.
      18. Nihayat al-‘Amal fi Sharh wa Tashih Hadith ^Ard al-A^mal.
      19. Al-Hujaj al Bayyinat fi Ithbat al-Karamat.
      20. Wadih al-Burhan ^Ala Tahrim al-Khamr fil Qur’an.
      21. Dilalat al-Qur’an al Mubin ^Ala annan-Nabiyya Afdal al-^Alamin.
      22. An-Nafhah al-Ilahiyyah fis-Salat ^Ala Khayril-Bariyyah.
      23. Sharh al-Irshad fi Fiqh al-Malikiyyah.
      24. I^lam an-Nabil bi Jawaz at-Taqbil.
      25. Al-Fath al-Mubin bi Sharh al-Kanz ath-Thamin.
      26. Al-Qawl a-Masmu^ fi Bayan al-Hajr al-Mashru^.
      27. As-Subh as-Safir fi Tahrir Salat al-Musafir.
      28. Ar-Ra’yy al-Qawim fi Wujub Itmam al-Musafir Khalfa al-Muqim.
      29. Khawatir Diniyyah (3 volumes).
      30. Tafsir al-Qur’an al Karim (incomplete).
      31. Itqan as-Sun^ah fi Bayan Ma^na al-Bid^ah.
      32. Tawdih al-Bayan li Wusul Thawab al-Qur’an.
      33. At-Tahqiq al-Bahir fi Ma^na al-‘Iman Billah wal Yawm al-‘Akhir.
      34. Tanwir al-Basirah bi Bayan ^Alamat as-Sa^ah al-Kabirah.
      35. Al-Ghara’ib wal-Wahdan fil Hadith ash-Sharif.
      36. At-Tanassul wal-Infisal min Fadihat al-‘Ishkal.
      37. Kayfa Tashkur an-Ni^mah.
      38. Kayfa Takun Muhaddithan.
      39. Al-‘I^lam bi Anna at-Tasawwuf min Shari^at al-Islam.
      40. Dhawq al-Halawah bimtina^ Naskh at-Tilawah.
      41. Husn at-Tafahhum wad-Daraku li Mas’alat at-Tark.
      42. Al-‘Adillah ar-Rajihah ^Ala Faradiyyat Qira’at al-Fatihah.
      43. Ajwibah Hammah fi at-Tibb.
      44. ‘Izalat al-Iltibas ^Amma Akhta’a fihi Kathir min an-Nas.
      45. ‘Ithaf an-Nubala’ bi Fadli ash-Shahadah wa Anwa^ ash-Shuhada’.
      46. Al-Mahdi al Muntadhar.
      47. Al-Ihsan fi Ta^qib al-Itqan fi ^Ulum al-Qur’an.
      48. Tamam al-Minnah bi Bayan al-Khisal al-Mujibah lil Jannah.
      49. Kamal al-Iman fi at-Tadawiyy bil Qur’an.
      50. Istimdad al-^Awn fi Bayan Kufr Fir^awn.
      51. Tanbih al-‘Awwah Ila Fawa’id as-Salah.
      52. Awliya’ wa Karamat.
      53. Tawjih al-^Inayyah bi Ta^rif al-Hadith Riwayatan wa Dirayatan.
      54. Ghunyat al-Majid bi Hujjiyat Khabar al-Wahid.
      55. Sabil at-Tawfiq fi Tarjamat ^Abdullah ibn as-Siddiq Tarjamah Dhatiyyah.
      56. Murshid al-Ha’ir li Bayan Wad^ Hadith Jabir.
      57. Al-Qawl al-Muqni^ fir-Radd ^Ala al-Albani al-Mubtadi^.
      58. Irgham al-Mubtadi^ al-Ghabiyy bi Jawaz at-Tawassul bin-Nabiyy fir-Radd ^Ala al-Albani al-Wabiyy.
      59. Irshad al-Jahil al-Ghawiyy ila Wujub I^tiqad anna ‘Adam Nabiyy.

      He examined several books among which are:
      1. Al-Maqasid al-Hasanah lis-Sakhawiyiy.
      2. Tanzih ash-Shari^ah li Ibn ^Iraq.
      3. Al-Bahr az-Zakhkhar fi Madhahib ^Ulama’ al-‘Amsar.
      4. Al-Iklil fi Istimbat at-Tanzil lis-Suyutiyy.
      5. Akhlaq an-Nabiyy, sallallahu ^alayhi wa salam, li Abi ash-Shaykh.

      He achieved printing tens of volumes pertaining to al-Hadith and other books from their original manuscripts.

      He died, may Allah endow His mercy on him, in the year 1413 after the Hijrah – 1993 G in Tangiers and was buried therein next to his father.

      [1] See Tashnif al-Asma^ bi Shuyukh al ‘Ijazah wa as-Samma^ for Abu Sulayman Mahmud bin Sa^id bin Muhammad Mamduh ps. 346-354, also Sabil at-Tawfiq fi Tarjamat ^Abdullah bin as-Siddique.


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        Translator's notes


        The first part of this book was first printed at the beginning of the Iranian Islamic Revolution and was so well received that it was completely sold out in the first week of its publication, in Cairo, Egypt.

        Until now there has never been such a well documented book in English on the subject of Al Mahdi from the Sunni point of view, which incidentally, with the exception of a few minor issues, is very close to that of the Shi'ite. It was decided to make an abridged translation of this book in the English language for the enlightenment of all English speaking Muslims, and those interested in the return of Jesus, as well as the anti-Christ and the lands of the prophets.

        When we refer to the book as having been abridged, we refer to the omission of the chains of narrators with the exception of the Prophet's companions, because this matter is only of real interest to the scholars of the Science of Hadith Terminology to which the average western reader is unfamiliar. However, these omissions do not detract from the information contained within this book, rather, it simplifies it's reading.

        Also omitted in this translation are the false statements which unscrupulous liars tried to attribute to the Holy Prophet, praise and peace be upon him. This has been undertaken so that the reader does not confuse the false with the truth. However, for those who wish to study these false statements we refer them to the original Arabic version of this book.

        In the original Arabic version, Muhaddith Abdullah draws the attention of the reader to the falsely attributed statements by using the expression "very weak". In Hadith terminology we are forbidden to use such statements as an argument, or that it has been reported as being an 'hadith' of the Holy Prophet, praise and peace be upon him.

        In the section "The Prophetic Sayings transmitted by Thirty-Three Companions" , the reader will observe that more than thirty-three hadith are mentioned. This is because some of the companions transmitted more than one hadith relating to Al Mahdi, or, that the hadiths have been combined.


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          PREFACE by Muhaddith, Hafez Habib Abdullah ben Sadek


          by Muhaddith, Hafez Habib Abdullah ben Sadek

          Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds. Veneration and peace be upon our master Muhammad, the honest Prophet. Surely, Allah is pleased with his purified family and his righteous companions - the supporter and migrator.

          I have written two other books concerning the end of time, the first is called: "Establishing the Proof of the Descent of Jesus from Heaven at the End of Time", and the second, "The Islamic Belief in the Descent of Jesus."

          The aim of this book is to destroy the false statements made concerning the rejection or denial of the Prophetic statements relating to Al Mahdi, Al Muntazar, the Expected, Guided Leader, by proving these statements to be 'mutawatira’ 1. Whosoever denies these statements is considered to have fallen into the error of innovation and is thereby classified.

          I call this book "Al Mahdi Al Muntazar", and Allah is the One who should be asked to benefit its reader through its reading in the way in which He benefited the readers of it's two brother books. Surely, He is near us, and answers supplications.


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            The veracity of prophet muhammad's sayings


            Unfortunately, there are many people, including some who are knowledgeable, who believe there will be no Mahdi. This is because they are ignorant of the Prophetic sayings prophesying his appearance towards the end of time.

            I was told by someone, during the course of a meeting in which Al Mahdi was mentioned, that a knowledgeable teacher stated that the Hadiths bearing the news of Al Mahdi were false. I asked that person why he had not questioned their falsehood by asking which authoritative source from the Science of Hadith had judged them false. By Allah, if he had asked these questions the teacher would not have been able to reply. It is impossible that the Hadiths which have been proved to be 'mutawatira', by Al Hufaz (the highest authorities in Hadith terminology) to be false.

            Hafiz 2 Abu Hussain Al Abiri said in his book: "The Merits of Imam Al Shaf'i", may Allah be pleased with him: "The news reported via the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, of Al Mahdi was spread far and wide and has been verified as 'mutawatira'. He is from the family of the Holy Prophet, and when he comes the earth will be filled with justice, and Jesus, upon whom be veneration and peace, will follow him and assist him in the slaying of al masiikh often referred to as ad-dajal - the lying, false messiah, the anti-Christ."3

            Al Muhaddith, Idris Al Iraqi Al Hussaini wrote: "The Prophetic sayings concerning Al Mahdi are 'mutawatira' or extremely close, however, the first opinion has been certified by many Al Hufaz 4.

            Ash-Shawkani said in his book: The Authentic Proof Concerning Transmissions about the Expected Imam, the false Messiah and the Messiah, " ... there are fifty transmitted prophetic sayings concerning Al Mahdi. Amongst them are those classified as authentic, good and also the amended. There is no doubt that they are all mutawatira."

            The expression 'mutawatira' can also be applied to Hadiths of a lessor degree according to all the expressions listed in the principle of this science. On account of so many of the companions reporting the same narration it is impossible to say that these statements were generated from themselves and are not from the Holy Prophet because the information contained therein is above their capability.

            The King of Bohpal in India, Al Muhaddith Al Kinnawji said in his book: "The Broadcasting of what Happened and what is Going to Happen before the Hour of
            Judgement, " '... the Prophetic sayings concerning Al Mahdi together with their various narrations are numerous and are classified as being 'mutawatira'. This fact has also
            been recorded in other references of Hadith and Islamic records such as dictionaries together with their chains of narrations of each transmitter ...' Then he added: 'Some of the Prophetic sayings concerning Al Mahdi are extremely high in their soundness, some sound, whilst others are lessor in soundness. One must also take into account that throughout each generation his circumstances have always been very well known."

            The scholar, Abu Abdullah Jasus said: "The news concerning Al Mahdi has been reported in many hadiths and Al Hafiz As-Sakhawy judged that they had reached the level of 'mutawatira.'"

            Ash-Shaykh Al Arabi of Fez said: "Every science has been delivered through the authentic news via the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him. That which has been prophesied is a truth to be expected and will, indeed, occur ... and the news of Al Mahdi is transmitted in numerous narrations so therefore it is powerful."

            The scholar Abu Zayd Abdur-Rahman of Fez commented: "There is an abundance of news about Al Mahdi and he will be sent at the end of Time ..."

            As-Safarini wrote in his poem describing the articles of belief: "Everything came in the Prophetic text from the true science. There is no deviation amongst them concerning the eloquent seal - Imam Muhammad Al Mahdi and Jesus."

            Explaining his poems, As-Safarini said: "There are many opinions concerning Al Mahdi,Imam Mahdi ,al Muntazar -- even the false -- and it has been said that there is no Mahdi except Jesus. The authentic reports followed by truthful people is that Al Mahdi,Imam Mahdi ,al Muntazar is other than Jesus and that he will come before Jesus descends from the heavens. There are many narrations reaching the degree of 'tawatur' and because of this it became very well known among the scholars of the Sunnah5, so that is was included as being an article of belief." After this As-Safarini mentioned some of the Hadiths reported by a group of the Prophet's companions and commented: "These have been reported via the companions together with others who are also mentioned in numerous chains of narrations. It has also been mentioned via the second generation of Muslims from which we glean great benefit with the absolute knowledge of him. Therefore, belief in the coming of Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi ,al Muntazar is obligatory because it has been confirmed by knowledgeable scholars and listed in the Articles of Faith of the people of the Sunnah."

            Amongst those who describe the Prophet's sayings relating to Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar as 'mutawatira' is the Shaykh of some of our shaykhs, the Imam, the Seal of the Scholars of Hadith in Fez, As- Sayyid Muhammad, son of Jafar Al Kittani. In his book: "Organizing the Scattered Mutawatira Prophetic Sayings" via twenty companions, he reported statements similar to those already stated by the previously mentioned scholars.

            He also said: "In his introduction, ibn Khaldun traced the chains of the Prophetic sayings concerning the coming of Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar according to his knowledge, however, he approached them incorrectly." Accordingly, the scholars criticized him saying that the Prophetic sayings reported about Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar are numerous and reach the height of being 'mutawatira.' It is reported in the references of Ahmad, At-Tirmizi, Abu Dawood, ibn Majah, Al Hakim, At-Tabarani, Abi Yal'ly, Al Bazaar and others that they were able to trace them directly to a group of the Prophet's companions." Consequently, the denial of this together with all the above are illegal because the Prophetic sayings support each other and become powerful with witnesses and arguments. The Prophetic sayings pertaining to Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar either reach the highest degree of soundness, or are determined to be sound, or some are classified as being lessor.

            Scholarly witnessing to these statements are numerous, however, it is not our aim to gather them all, neither is it to defeat the opinion of ibn Khaldun, because this has already been dealt with in "The Appearance of the Hidden Delusions from the Sayings of ibn Khaldun" by my brother As-Sayyid Ahmad. This book defeats all ibn Khaldun's criticisms word-by-word, in a way that leaves no room for anyone else to add to it.

            Our aim is that we mention the Prophetic sayings relating to Al Mahdi with their references as reported by the scholars of this Science of Hadith, together with their chains of narrations with an examination of these chains that sustain the proof of their degree of soundness according to the indisputable regulations of the Science of Hadith with its high principles thus making it 'tawatur' clear to everyone.

            Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar is mentioned in the Prophetic Sayings reported by thirty-three of the companions - they are:

            1. Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib
            2. Imam Hussain ibn Ali
            3. Al Abbas ibn Al Muttalib
            4. Ibn Abbas
            5. Ammar ibn Yasir
            6. Abi Sa'id Al Khudri
            7. Abdullah ibn Masood
            8. Lady Ummu Salamah, Mother of the Believers, may Allah be pleased with her
            9. Thawban
            10. Abdullah ibn Al Harth
            11. Anas ibn Malik
            12. Uthman ibn Affan
            15. Hudhayfah ibn Al Yamam
            16. Jabir ibn Majid As-Sadafi
            17. Abu Ayyub Al Ansari
            18. Kyrrah Al Muzani
            19. Lady Ummu Habibah, Mother of the Believers, may Allah be pleased with her
            20. Abi Umamah Al Bahily
            21. Abdullah ibn Amru ibn Al As
            22. Tamim Ad-Dari
            23. Lady Ayesha, Mother of the Believers, may Allah be pleased with her
            24. Abdu Rahman ibn Awf
            25. Abdullah ibn Omar ibn Al Khattab
            26. Talha ibn Ubaydillah
            27. Ali Al Hilali
            28. Imran ibn Hasan
            29. Amru ibn Murrah Al Juhani
            30. Awf ibn Malik
            31. Abi A Tafil
            32. A man from the companions
            33. Kays ibn Jabir via his father, via his grandfather.

            Al Mahdi, Imam Mahdi , al Muntazar has also been mentioned in the Prophetic sayings reported by five of the friends of the companions:

            1. Sa'id ibn Al Musayyab
            2. Al Hasan Al Basri - student of Imam Ali
            3. Kitadah
            4. Shahr ibn Hawshab
            5. Mumar

            Christian's Messiah vs Unbelievers's Moshiakh

            It is important for the reader to know that many Arabic and Hebrew words are very close in pronunciation. At this point we would like to draw the attention of the reader to an important issue:

            The Arabic word "Masiih" = the Messiah.

            The Arabic word "Masiikh" = the false messiah, which is equivalent in pronunciation to the Hebrew word "Moshiakh" = the Messiah.

            However, when the Arabic language is compared to the Hebrew, it is found that the Arabic letter 's' is equal to that of the Hebrew 'sh', as in the Arabic word 'Salaam' and the Hebrew word 'Shalom'. The Unbelievers await the coming of the 'Moshiakh' to lead them, therefore one understands the Unbelievers will follow the false messiah, and once again reject Jesus who is the true Messiah.

            Dernière modification par talib abdALLAH, 20 mai 2017, 19h42.


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              Table of contents - part 1

              TABLE OF CONTENTS

              Part 1 - Authentic Sayings of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him, concerning Al Mahdi narrated by thirty-three Companions and five of their Companions

              Al Mahdi's Lineage. Physical appearance and characteristics

              The state of the world before Al Mahdi’s advent

              The stern trial

              Al Mahdi and Jerusalem

              Distribution of wealth

              The certainty of Al Madhi’s appearance

              The importance of following Al Mahdi

              The return of justice

              Unification of Muslims


              Children of Lady Fatima

              When and where Al Mahdi is given allegiance

              The Black Banners

              The government of Al Mahdi

              Constantinople and the mountain of Al Daylam

              The emergence of the false messiah

              Dwellers of Paradise

              An army from the direction of Iraq

              The coming of Prophet Jesus

              The tyranny of kings

              Description of Al Mahdi

              The worst creation of Allah


              Caliphs, princes, kings and tyrants

              Al Hasan and Al Hussain

              When the desert swallows up the army

              When Medina shakes thrice

              When pilgrims are robbed

              The hidden treasures of Antioch

              Pure musked children

              The march against Al Mahdi

              The facial description of Al Mahdi

              The Youth from Tamimi

              The Trial

              Some of the Prophet's last words to Lady Fatima, peace be upon them

              Seventy-three sects of Muslims

              The purified soul

              The Narrations of Five Friends of the Companions

              Black Banners

              Time of Al Mahdi's appearance

              The Narrations of Imam Ali and several Companions of the Holy Prophet, praise and peace be upon him.

              Master in Paradise

              Al Harth

              Arrival of Al Mahdi

              Four trials

              Anxiousness for Al Mahdi

              The Gate of Istakhr

              Ar Rufaka and Al Abdal


              Al Talakan

              The birth place of Al Mahdi

              The Black Banners

              The false messiah

              Slaying of Muslims in Kufa

              The sign of the coming of Al Mahdi Hasan

              Murder on the pilgrimage

              Shuayb, the son of Salih

              As-Sufyani and Kufa

              Four people from the House

              When Constantinople is opened

              Prophet Jesus and Al Mahdi

              The eclipse of the sun and moon during Ramadan

              Upon finding Al Mahdi

              The Black Banners

              The Black Banners in Kufa

              A youth with a thin, yellowish beard

              The battle in Medina

              The death of As-Sufyani

              The children of Lady Fatima, peace be upon her


              The marked Banner

              Personality of Al Mahdi

              Humility of Al Mahdi

              Disbelief in Allah

              Al Rukn and Al Makam

              Safety after the trial

              The four thousand men of Shuayb, son of Salih

              Abundance of Wealth

              When a man sleeps as a believer and wakes as an unbeliever


              Muhammad, the son of Ajlan


              • #8
                Table of contents - part 2

                PART 2: Quotations of Prophet Muhammad, praise and peace be upon him, concerning the coming of the anti-christ, then Prophet Jesus and the events at the end of the world

                Description and deeds of the anti-Christ

                Water and fire of the anti-Christ

                The events surrounding the end of time

                The protection of Mecca and Medina

                The seventy thousand Jews from Isfahan

                The fear of the anti-Christ

                The mischief of the anti-Christ

                The tortures of the anti-Christ

                The provisions of the anti-Christ

                The mark of the anti-Christ

                When Paradise appears to be Hell

                Description anti-Christ's eye

                The tree of the Jew

                When a mountain of gold appears in the river Euphrates

                Abandoning of Medina

                Scarcity of men


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                  PART 3: A summary of the preceding hadiths in layman's terms

                  Conditions before the advent of Al Mahdi

                  Al Mahdi's lineage, name and physical description

                  His place of birth, his appearance and allegiance

                  The enemy of Al Mahdi

                  Al Mahdi's army, troops and battles

                  The appearance of the anti-Christ

                  Prophet Jesus, the true Messiah, peace be upon him

                  The description of the false Messiah, the anti-Christ

                  The affairs of the anti-Christ

                  The time of Truth

                  Dernière modification par talib abdALLAH, 21 mai 2017, 20h18.


                  • #10
                    بِسمِ اللهِ الرَّحمَنِ الرَّحِيم


                    Jesus Al Mahdi Anti April 2011.doc