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Khamis, 22 Julai 2010

Teori 1 : Dajjal Adalah Suatu Bentuk Ideologi..


Perbincangan dan hujah-hujah yang dinyatakan di sini 90 peratus adalah merujuk kepada pendapat “Muhammad Isa Dawud”. Pandangan dan hujah beliau diambli kira sebagai hujah dominan kerana hanya belaiu seorang setakat ini yang bergiat cergas dalam membongkar masalahat di atas.
Beliau juga mampu membaca dalam bahasa Ibrani, ‘Arami, Arab Kuno, Inggeris dan Parsi. Dan itu tidak mustahil kerana beliau memang berkelulusan dan Bidang Pengajian Perbandingan Agama di Universiti Al-Azhar, Mesir.
Bukan itu sahaja malah beliau juga menyimpan pelbagai manuskrip-manuskrip kuno yang diperoleh beliau hasil dari pengembaraannya di seluruh negara Eropah, Skandinavia dan Arab.
Selain itu, teori-teori yang dikemukan juga merujuk kepada pandangan ulama’-ulama’ dan tokoh pemikir-pemikir lain yang dirasakan sesuai dalam membahaskan bab Dajjal ini.
Pandangan pembaca amat dialu-alukan dalam setiap teori yang dikemukakan. Pembaca juga digalakkan mengemukakan teori masing-masing berserta hujah-hujah yang konkrit. Sesiapa sahaja layak untuk membuat teori walaupun orang awam biasa.
The Dajjal Defination In Wikipedia.
Dajjal
ad-Dajjal sometimes spelled Dajal, (Arabic: الدّجّال, ad-dajjāl) (“The Deceiver/impostor”), is an evil figure in Islamic eschatology. He is to appear at a time in the future, before Yawm al-Qiyamah (The Day of Resurrection, Judgement Day).
Dajjal” (compare to “Devil”) is a common Arabic word, used in the sense of “false prophet”, but “Ad-Dajjal“, with the definite article, refers to “The Imposter“, a specific end-of times deceiver. The term Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal(Arabic for “The False Messiah”) is a literal translation of the Syriac term“Meshiha Deghala”, which had been in the common vocabulary of the Middle East and adapted into the Arabic language 400 years prior to the Qur’an via the Peshitta (which uses that term instead of the Greek “antichristos”). [1][2]
The belief is based around the events prior to the Day of Judgment around the Second Coming of The Christ, when ad-Dajjal shall gather an army of those he has deceived and lead them in a war against Jesus, who shall be accompanied by an army of the righteous.
He will appear somewhere between Syria and Iraq, at which time Jesus will return and defeat ad-Dajjal in Palestine. He will be unable to enter Mecca or Medina.
Linguistically, the reason for his name being “Masih-ad-Dajjal” is simply because Masih is a title given to one who travels extensively to increase their influence in the world. Jesus is also called masih because he will roam throughout the world to preach righteousness and virtue, whereas the Dajjal would travel around the world to do just the opposite. He would gain control over the whole world, which is the specific reason he is called ‘masih’. Essentialy, Jesus is the Masih of virtue and righteousness; Dajjal is the Masih of evil.[1]
The word Dajjal has two connotations: First, it signifies a group which supports falsehood and works with cunning and deceit. Secondly, it is the name of the Satan who is the father of all falsehood and corruption.[2]
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