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Salaam alykum, I just came across a hadith mentioned in a Shi'i webpage about Dajjal , the hadith in question is via a viz : Asbagh bin Nubatah asked Imam Ali (a.s.): O Maula! Who would Dajjal be? He (a.s.) replied, ‘The name of Dajjal is Saeed bin Saeed. Thus one who supports him is unfortunate. And are fortunate who deny him. He shall emerge from Yahoodiya village of Isfahan. He shall be blind in the right eye. The left would be on the forehead like a bloody piece, which would be glinting like the morning star. On his forehead would be inscribed: ‘ Kafir’ (disbeliever) which would readable to the literate as well as the illiterate. He shall jump into the seas. The Sun will follow him. A mountain of smoke will precede him and a white mountain will follow him, which in times of famine will be mistaken to be a mountain of food (bread). He shall be mounted on a white ass. One step of that ass will be of one mile. Whichever spring or well he reaches, will dry up forever. He will call out aloud, which shall be audible to all in the east and the west from the Jinns,humans and satans. He would tell his friends: “I am the one who created then shaped. And I estimated and guided. I am your High Lord.” That enemy of Allah will be a liar. He shall be a one-eyed man having human needs, who walks about while your Lord is neither one-eyed nor in need of food. He neither walks nor is there decline for him. He is above all things. Know that the majority of his followers will be persons of illegitimate birth and they shall be wearing green caps. The Almighty Allah will have him eliminated on a Friday after three hours would have passed in the evening on the Uqbah Afeeq at the hands of one behind whom Prophet Isa (a.s.) would pray. (Ref: Bihar Al Anwar, Vol:13; P:2; Pg:92) Now is this hadith sahih' , and isnt the Shi'i opinion about dajjal being a system rather than (the Sunni opinion) of being a one eyed man, and whats it about Isfahan. I was upto now under the impression that this opinion is only a sunni held view. Could someone shed some light on the matter, please. Wasallam
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