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Hadith And News - Abbasides / Berbers / Sufyani

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Just sharing some interesting hadith and news:

".........At that time Berbers shall fight with Abbaside rulers ..........They [berbers / Abbasides / Sufyani] shall have a severe battle in the center of the Jordan valley and 60000 men shall be killed, and as a result of this Sufyani would be victorious." [The Life of Imam al-Mahdi, Allama Baqir Sharif al-Qarashi]

Berbers = criminal wahhabi mercenaries in Syria from Libya / Tunisia / Algeria (so called 'FSA')

Abbaside rulers = autocratic rulers eg. Bashar al-Assad

Sufyani = most likely Israeli

Although the rest of the hadith is a bit confusing with the colours of their flags, but anyways there is some relevant news:

"Syrian rebels seized a major air defense base Saturday in a strategic region in the south near the Jordanian border, the latest battlefield triumph for fighters seeking to topple President Bashar al-Assad, activists said. Fighters with a rebel group active in the south stormed the base, used by the 38th Division, after a 16-day siege, according to a statement posted on Web sites of the group known as the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade. The base, near the village of Saida in Daraa province, is situated along the international highway linking the Syrian capital, Damascus, with Jordan. Fighting in Syria’s southern provinces bordering Jordan and Israel has escalated sharply in the past few days." [source]

I wouldn't be surprised if there was more fighting in that region in the future to come~

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It is difficult to judge or make an assumption using the hadiths by relating them to current world events.

There are conflicting ahadith in which we are given clear details about the parties and groups involved in the sedition of Al-Sham and thus they should all be taken with a grain of salt, meaning that the revolt of the Sufyani from the tranjordan dry valley is imminent, however the events and groups prior to his uprise are not.

That is to say it is definite that the Sufyani will take over Syia region before Imam Mahdi (as), but it is not definite that the Berbers and Abbasids will fight each other in that area.

The other exceptional point is that all ahadiths do agree that it will be three banners/groups fighting for control over Al Sham.

So far we have two, the SAA and FSA each with their own respective leadership; so far the SAA has dominated the battlefield and still controls most of the important areas while the FSA are using guerrilla tactics and decentralized offensives as going head-to-head with the SAA is indubitably suicide.

The YPG under Kurdish control have also clashed with both FSA and SAA units, and minor skirmishes are continuous to this day between FSA and YPG as most of the SAA have pulled out of those areas. But I highly doubt the YPG to be a carrier of any of the banners mentioned in the hadith, if anything they would fall under individual banners as we have already witnessed Kurds sympathizing with the Rebels and others aligning themselves with the Government.

The Syrian opposition and the so called Free Syrian Army are already crumbling as the rebels on the ground, and those in power seize territory and they themselves begin to compete against each other, from among the issues there has been a huge disagreement as one group seeks an elected civil government and the other favors the establishment of a religious state.

26/03/2013: Four people were killed Sunday in fighting here between the Farouq Battalions, which favors elections, and Jabhat al Nusra, or the Nusra Front, which the United States has declared an al Qaida-affiliated terrorist group. Since then, Farouq has been massing men here in an example of the growing friction that’s emerged in recent months as Nusra has captured strategic infrastructure across Syria’s north and east, including oil and gas installations, grain silos and a hydroelectric dam. http://www.idahostat...els-battle.html

It is still unclear which banner will belong to whom, but even if president Al-Assad was to recede his power and leave Syria, the fighting will not end as the Zionists, and the Russians, and the Turks, and the Iranians, and other smaller independent groups will continue funding and competing for control over the area.

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