Question on Mahdi (ajf)
Posted 27 February 2005 - 08:50 AM
I read in many articles about imam Mahdi (ajf), that after his death, the world will still exist for some years, i forgot exactly, how much…Perhaps i am wrong, please, help me in it, insha’Allah…Because i also studied, a world cannot exist even for a day without Hujjah and every person in qabr will be asked about his imam…so those who lived after imam Mahdi , what will be with them?
Or will the world end in the very same minute, when imam Mahdi (ajf) will be killed?
Fi aman Allah
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Posted 27 February 2005 - 09:11 AM
Your wheel is bound to snap in two
You placed your faith in your Uncle Sam
Some day, though. he will tumble too!
Posted 27 February 2005 - 09:58 AM
Imam Hussein will be present. He will pray on Imam Mahdi's body. He will govern "until his eyebrows come down on his eyes". The Prophet and Imam Ali will also come back, according to some narrations. It is also said that the children of al-Mahdi will rule after him. Imam Mahdi's rule will be of 309 years. Other narrations say 7, I think, but the first is the most correct.
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