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Stuck Waiting

Days flow like a sand through my fingers, all same, a copy & paste of each other now – Ramadan always changes the whole tempo of life, but being in Czech and alone changed it a lot. Well; it’s my first fasting in Czech Republic and besides the fact that I’ll probably eat a cow at once when I come back home (no halal meat nearby at this forgotten place), the summer days here are pretty long, understand, the light period of a day is damn long and thirsty; and yes, indeed I’m not physically alone, since I’m with my parents and sometimes with my bro and his GF here as well (who smirk very childishly at any mention of Muslim, Islam, or fasting – gosh, who of the sane mind would ever starve and thirst himself just to prove something as mere as self-discipline, and for so silly reasons such as the love of God! – but hey, I’m getting used to it again, the omnipresent misunderstanding and misconception of what I do believe in, not quite mentioning the fact that who believes in any kind of God or Greater Power in this country is deemed as completely nuts and weak. Dooh.).
So I’ve set my mind and body on sleeping late, getting up late, not biting my daughter in her butt when she’s innocently stuffing a doughnut under my nose throughout the course of the day, not swearing (hard sometimes!, I’m quite a bad mouth), and trying to invent telepathy or even better teleportation. One is obvious, second to put an annoying thought in the head of any officer handing our papers at the very moment, and that being that they’ve got to be done as soon as possible, yesterday was too late. Doesn’t work, so far, needless to say.


I’m waiting, waiting and waiting, for someone to finish it off already and let us back, because I miss my A. so much it’s unbelievable, so much that my heart physically hurts when I think of how far apart we are and how long I didn’t put my ear on his chest and listen to his heartbeat.
Kiddo misses her daddy as well but due to the fact that she’s surrounded by rather new (to her) forests, meadows, rivers and inland summer and her loving grandparents, she’s not usually as sad and blue as I am. Which is good, ‘coz two depressed chicks would be rather a lot to take on.
So I fast alone and long after the closeness of my beloved one – yes, even now after years of marriage I’m still crazy in love and I can say I love him more and deeper than ever before – and hope that our jinnie took her holidays and I can see my obsidian-eyed, ebony-haired and kind-hearted husband before Eid Al-Fitr comes…

Covering Body in Muslim Prayer (Salat)

While offering prayers, a man should cover his private parts even if no one is looking at him. As for a woman, she should cover her entire body while offering prayers, including her head and hair. It is not necessary for her to cover that part of her face, which is washed while performing Wudhu, or the hands up to the wrists, (or the upper feet up to the ankles, if there is no stranger).

There are six conditions for the dress used in Salat:

It should be clean.
It should be Mubah, as an obligatory precaution.
It should not be made of the parts of a dead body.
It should not be made from pure silk. (Ruling for men only.)
It should not have any gold objects. (Ruling for men only.)
It should not be made of carcass, whose meat is Harram. If a clothe is made from leather, it should be from an animal whose meat is halal.

Place on which prayer is offered must not be usurped. If a person prays on a usurped property, his prayers are void.
Being stable. The place for prayers should not have such a vigorous movement, which would make normal standing, Ruku or Sajdah impossible. In fact, it should not prevent the body from being at ease.
It should not make body or clothes of a person who wants to offer prayers Najis. If the place where one wishes to pray is Najis, it should not be so wet that its moisture would reach the body or the dress of the person praying except than those kinds of Nejasat which are negligible in Salat.
Men should stand in front of women. Women should stand behind men while praying. It is better that her place of Sajdah placed a little back from where a man stands for Salat. Hence, if a woman stands in front of a man, or in the same line, Salat is void.

Source: Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Al-Sistani

Maghrib Prayer / Motlitba

I’m offering three raka’ts of the Maghrib prayer, Qurbatan Elallah.
Nabízím tři rak’at Maghrib motlitby, Qurbatan Elallah.


1st Rak’at

Allāhu Akbar.

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad.

Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


2nd Rak’at

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad

Allāhu Akbar.

Rabbana `Aatayna Fi-Dunya Hasanataw Wa Fil `Aakheratay Hasanataw Wa Qena Azaban Nar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


3rd Rak’at

Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.
Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.
Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.

As-Salāmu `Alayka Ayyūhan Nābiyu Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.
As-Salāmu `Alayna Wa A’la `Ibadīl-Lahis Swalihīn.
As-Salāmu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.

Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.

(Place for Du’a.)

Based on Fatwas of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini Sistani.
Založeno na fatwách Ctihodného Ajatolláha Ali Husaini Sistaniho.

Dawn prayer / Ranní motlitba

I’m offering two raka’ts of the dawn prayer, Qurbatan Elallah.
Nabízím dvě rak’at ranní motlitby, Qurbatan Elallah.


1st Rak’at

Allāhu Akbar.

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad.

Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


2nd Rak’at

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad

Allāhu Akbar.

Rabbana `Aatayna Fi-Dunya Hasanataw Wa Fil `Aakheratay Hasanataw Wa Qena Azaban Nar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.
As-Salāmu `Alayka Ayyūhan Nābiyu Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.
As-Salāmu `Alayna Wa A’la `Ibadīl-Lahis Swalihīn.
As-Salāmu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.

Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.

(Place for Du’a.)


Based on Fatwas of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini Sistani.
Založeno na fatwách Ctihodného Ajatolláha Ali Husaini Sistaniho.

Imam Muhammad (al-Mahdi)

Son of Imam Hassan (eleventh imam)
The Twelfth Imam

The promised Mahdi, who is usually mentioned by his title of Imam-I ‘Asr (the Imam of the “Period”) and Sahib al-Zaman (the Lord of the Age), is the son of the eleventh Imam. His name is the same as that of the Holy Prophet (sawas). He was born in Samarrah in 256/868 and until 260/872 when his father was martyred, lived under his father’s care and tutelage. He was hidden from public view and only a few of the elite among the Shia were able to meet him. After the martyrdom of his father he became Imam and by Divine Command went into occultation (ghaybat). Thereafter he appeared only to his deputies (na’ib) and even then only in exceptional circumstances.

The Imam chose as a special deputy for a time Uthman ibn Sa’id ‘Umari, one of the companions of his father and grandfather who was his confidant and trusted friend. Through his deputy the Imam would answer the demands and questions of the Shia. After Uthman ibn Sa’id, his son Muhammad ibn Uthman Umari was appointed the deputy of the Imam. After the death of Muhammad ibn Uthman, Abu’l Qasim Husayn ibn Ruh Nawbakhti was the special deputy, and after his death Ali ibn Muhammad Simmari was chosen for this task.

A few days before the death of Ali ibn Muhammad Simmari in 329/939 an order was issued by the Imam stating that in six days Ali ibn Muhammad Simmari would die. Henceforth the special deputation of the Imam would come to an end and the major occultation (ghaybat-i kubra) would begin and would continue until the day God grants permission to the Imam to manifest himself. The occultation of the twelfth Imam is, therefore, divided into two parts: the first, the minor occultation (ghaybat-i-sughra) which began in 260/872 and ended in 329/939, lasting about seventy years; the second, the major occultation which commenced in 329/939 and will continue as long as God wills it. In a hadith upon whose authenticity everyone agrees, the Holy Prophet (sawas) has said, “If there were to remain in the life of the world but one day, Allah would prolong that day until He sends in it a man from my community and my household. His name will be the same as my name. He will fill the earth with-equity and justice as it was filled with oppression and tyranny.”

On the Appearance of the Mahdi
In the discussion on prophecy and the Imamate it was indicated that as a result of the law of general guidance which governs all of creation, man is of necessity endowed with the power of receiving revelation through prophecy, which directs him toward the perfection of the human norm and the well-being of the human species. Obviously, if this perfection and happiness were not possible for man, whose life possesses a social aspect, the very fact that he is endowed with this power would be meaningless and futile. But there is no futility in creation. In other words, ever since he has inhabited the earth, man has had the wish to lead a social life filled with happiness in its true sense and has striven toward this end. If such a wish were not to have an objective existence it would never have been imprinted upon man’s inner nature, in the same way that if there were no food there would have been no hunger. Or if there were to be no water there would be no thirst and if there were to be no reproduction there would have been no sexual attraction between the sexes. Therefore, by reason of inner necessity and determination, the future will see a day when human society will be replete with justice and when all will live in peace and tranquillity, when human beings will be fully possessed of virtue and perfection. The establishment of such a condition will occur through human hands but with Divine succour. And the leader of such a society, who will be the saviour of man, is called in the language of the hadith, the Mahdi.

In the different religions that govern the world such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism and Islam there are references to a person who will come as the saviour of mankind. These religions have usually given happy tidings of his coming, although there are naturally certain differences in detail that can be discerned when these teachings are compared carefully. The hadith of the Holy Prophet (sawas) upon which all Muslims agree, “The Mahdi is of my progeny,” refers to this same truth. There are numerous hadiths cited in Sunni and Shi’ite sources from the Holy Prophet (sawas) and the Imams concerning the appearance of the Mahdi, such as that he is of the progeny of the Prophet (sawas) and that his appearance will enable human society to reach true perfection and the full realisation of spiritual life. In addition, there are numerous other traditions concerning the fact that the Mahdi is the son of the eleventh Imam, Hasan al-‘Askari. They agree that after being born and undergoing a long occultation the Mahdi will appear again, filling with justice the world that has been corrupted by injustice and iniquity.

As an example, Ali ibn Musa al-Rida (the eighth Imam) has said, in the course of a hadith, “The Imam after me is my son, Muhammad, and after him his son Ali, and after Ali his son, Hasan, and after Hasan his son H. Hujjat al-Qa’im, who is awaited during his occultation and obeyed during his manifestation. If there remain from the life of the world but a single day, Allah will extend that day until he becomes manifest, and fill the world with justice in the same way that it had been filled with iniquity. But when? As for news of the ‘hour,’ verily my father told me, having heard it from his father who heard it from his father who heard it from his ancestors who heard it from Ali, that it was asked of the Holy Prophet (sawas), ‘Oh Prophet (sawas) of God, when will the “support” (qa’im) who is from thy family appear?’ He said, ‘His case is like that of the Hour (of the Resurrection). “He alone will manifest it at its proper time. It is heavy in the heavens and the earth. It cometh not to you save unawares” (Quran, VII, 187).102
Saqr ibn Abi Dulaf said, “I heard from Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Ali al-Rida [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][the ninth Imam] who said, ‘The Imam after me is my son, Ali; his command is my command; his word is my word; to obey him is to obey me. The Imam after him is his son, Hasan. His command is the command of his father; his word is the word of his father; to obey him is to obey his father.’ After these words the Imam remained silent. I said to him, ‘Oh son of the Prophet (sawas), you will be the Imam after Hasan?’ The Imam cried hard, then said, ‘Verily after Hasan his son is the awaited Imam who is “al-qa’im bi’l-haqq” (He who is supported by the Truth).’ ”
Musa ibn Ja’far Baghdadi said, “I heard from the Imam Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn Ali [the eleventh Imam] who said, ‘I see that after me differences will appear among you concerning the Imam after me. Whoso accepts the Imams after the Prophet (sawas) of God but denies my son is like the person who accepts all the prophets but denies the prophethood of Muhammad, the Prophet (sawas) of God, upon whom be peace and blessing. And whoso denies [Muhammad] the Prophet (sawas) of God is like one who has denied all the prophets of God, for to obey the last of us is like obeying the first and to deny the last of us is like denying the first. But beware ! Verily for my son there is an occultation during which all people will fall into doubt except those whom Allah protects.”

The opponents of The Followers of Ahlul Bayt protest that according to the beliefs of this school the Hidden Imam should by now be nearly twelve centuries old, whereas this is impossible for any human being. In answer it must be said that the protest is based only on the unlikelihood of such an occurrence, not its impossibility. Of course such a long lifetime or a life of a longer period is unlikely. But those who study the hadiths of the Holy Prophet (sawas) and the Imams will see that they refer to this life as one possessing miraculous qualities.

Miracles are certainly not impossible nor can they be negated through scientific arguments. It can never be proved that the causes and agents that are functioning in the world are solely those that we see and know and that other causes which we do not know or whose effects and actions we have not seen nor understood do not exist. It is in this way possible that in one or several members of mankind there can be operating certain causes and agents which bestow upon them a very long life of a thousand or several thousand years. Medicine has not even lost hope of discovering a way to achieve very long life spans. In any case such protests from “peoples of the Book” such as Jews, Christians and Muslims are most strange for they accept the miracles of the prophets of God according to their own sacred scriptures.

The opponents of The Followers of Ahlul Bayt also protest that, they considers the Imam necessary in order to expound the injunctions and verities of religion and to guide the people, the occultation of the Imam is the negation of this very purpose, for an Imam in occultation who cannot be reached by mankind cannot be in any way beneficial or effective. The opponents say that if God wills to bring forth an Imam to reform mankind He is able to create him at the necessary moment and does not need to create him thousands of years earlier. In answer it must be said that such people have not really understood the meaning of the Imam, for in the discussion on the Imamate it became clear that the duty of the Imam is not only the formal explanation of the religious sciences and exoteric guidance of the people. In the same way that he has the duty of guiding men outwardly, the Imam also bears the function of walayat and the esoteric guidance of men. It is he who directs man’s spiritual life and orients the inner aspect of human action toward God: Clearly, his physical presence or absence has no effect in this matter. The Imam watches over men inwardly and is in communion with the soul and spirit of men even if he be hidden from their physical eyes. His existence is always necessary even if the time has not as yet arrived for his outward appearance and the universal reconstruction that he is to bring about.

Ghaibat-us-Sughra
Ghaibat-us-Sughra means ‘the minor concealment.’ Its period was about 70 years. It began in 260 A.H. when Imam al-Mahdi (a.s) first went into concealment, and ended in 328 A.H.

During Ghaibut-us-Sughra, the Imam appointed some agents to represent him and the people. The Imam had four agents. After the death of the fourth agent, the Imam went into major concealment (Ghaibut-ul-Kubra). This was on the 10th Shawal 329 A.H.

The Signs of the Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a.s)
Prophet Mohammed (p.b.u.h.) has said: “Even if the entire duration of the world’s existence has already been exhausted and only one day is left before Doomsday, Allah will expand that day to such length of time as to accommodate the kingdom of a person from my Ahlul-Bayt who will be called by name. He will fill out the earth with and justice as it will have been full of injustice and tyranny (by then)”

From this Hadith, it is clear to every Muslim that the twelfth Imam will reappear when this world is full of sins and injustice.

There are many signs mentioned by the Masumeen (a.s) on the reappearance of the 12th Imam. It is reported in Biharul Anwar that after the last pilgrimage the Prophet made, the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) stood near the Kaaba, and called his people to listen to him. The Prophet said: “listen to me carefully so that you transmit these words of mine to those who are absent today.” The Prophet began, “My people, a time will come when kings and rulers will be tyrannical.” The Prophet also said that the payment of Zakat will be stopped.

According to the Masumeen (a.s), Muslim countries will seek aid from non Muslim countries. This is already evident in a number of Muslim countries. Another prediction that is come true is that 60 impostors will claim to be Prophets. By their attractiveness, their persuasion, and their personality, they will misguide the people. 58 false Prophets have already emerged since the days of the Prophet (s.a.w.). We have only two more to witness.

It is reported in Qayamat-e-Sughra citing “Oqdatud-Durr” that Hazrat Amir (A.S) has said that the Mahdi will not appear until one-third of the world population will die by being killed and one-third will die as a result of epidemics.

The Last Signs of the Appearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a.s)
There is a Hadith from Imam Muhammed Baqir (a.s) that for three or seven consecutive days, one will see reddish yellow fire raging in the East.

Sufiani will emerge in Palestine, where he will start a revolt in the month of Rajab. He will be an uncompassionate rebel and his rule will last for eight consecutive months. He will conquer and rule Egypt for four consecutive months. Sufiani will conquer Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, and Syria. Sufiani has been specifically described by Aimma A.S. as an ugly, blistered, green-eyed, cross-eyed person who will be an enemy of the friends of the Ahlul-Bait. Imam Ali (a.s) has said that Sufiani’s hatred of the devotees of the Ahlul-Bait will be such that any person named Ali, Fatema, Hassan, Hussein, Zainab, Ruquaiya will be arrested and beheaded straight away without further investigations. Sufiani will rip the Mimber of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.). The holy house of the Prophet which contains his grave will be pulled and used as a stable. Horses will be tied in that Holy place.

Sufiani will then decide to attack Mecca. His purpose would be to demolish the Holy Kaaba and kill the entire population of Mecca. Sufiani’s army will set out via Baghdad but, as Allah would have it, when they get between Medina and Mecca, in the desert of Baida, suddenly one night they will hear a voice from the sky which will say, “O Baida eat up the entire army of Sufiani.” It is said that the entire army numbering 100,000 persons will be swallowed up by the earth, except for two. The two who will be spared will suddenly encounter an angel. He will slap both of them turning their faces right round, looking behind instead of front. And that will be the time when Imam al-Mahdi (a.s) will already have reappeared in Mecca. The Imam will establish his authority in the Holy Mosque at Mecca in the Haram. The angel will then order one of them calling him Bashir. “O Bashir, go straight to Mecca, into the Haram and inform the Imam that Sufiani’s army has been swallowed up by the land. The other called Nazir will be ordered to go to Sufiani and tell him that the Imam has already appeared. He should proceed straight to Mecca and declare allegiance to him.

Sufiani will prepare to attack the Imam but will not have enough courage. The Imam will catch Sufiani in Jerusalem and will kill him.

Imam Ali (a.s) has said that nine definite signs will precede the emergence of Hazrat Mahdi (a.s). These nine signs are:
Dajal will emerge. A loud voice will be heard from the sky. Sufiani will appear and wage a fierce war. The army of Sufiani will be swallowed by a sudden opening of the land between Mecca and Medina in the desert of Baida. A revered wise saint will be murdered in Mecca. (This saint is to be a Hashimite descent.) A Sayyid descendant of Imam Hassan (a.s) will emerge with his army. The army of Sayyid-e-Hassan and an image of a man will appear in the sky opposite the sun. There will be two eclipses in the holy month of Ramadan contrary to the normal order and calculation and the eclipse of the moon. On three occasions a loud voice from the sky will be heard in the holy month of Ramadan.

The Reappearance
Prophet Isa (Jesus), Prophet Khidr, Prophet Ilias, and Prophet Idris will give allegiance to the Imam when he re-appears. Also Jibrael (angel Gabriel) will announce 313 companions of the Imam. These 313 companions will be people of eminent piety, great knowledge and absolutely steadfast in their determination and faith towards the Imam. Another 1000 people will be in the army of the Imam. These people will fight battles and kill enemies like Dajal, who will appear from India. Dajal will have the musical tunes with him. Then the Imam will lead the prayers and Prophet Jesus will be Praying behind him.

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