New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (5 August 2016)
THE EXPLANATION OF THE 5TH VERSE OF SURAT AL-JUMU'A
"The metaphor of ‘those who were charged with the Torah but then have not upheld it' is that of a donkey loaded with weighty tomes. How evil is the metaphor of those who deny God’s Signs! God does not guide wrongdoing people."
Some people read ceaselessly but have no association with God and religion. They only read to show off. They only read to earn the admiration of others, so that people consider them sophisticated. They read to earn the adoration of others, not for the sake of God. So what becomes of that kind of reading? It becomes asinine. They asininely and foolishly fill themselves with such knowledge and in the Hereafter, that knowledge does not save them from kicking and stamping like a donkey in hell. That knowledge does not do them any good. Knowledge should be used for the sake of God. If it is used for mischief, dissension, hypocrisy, oppression and rebelling against God, God will take revenge. Of course, I am referring to certain types of people.
There are not one but three sufyanis at the behest of the dajjal.
Ibn al-Manawi says, "It is written in the book of Daniel (pbuh): There are three sufyanis." Of course, these are affiliated with Al-Masih ad-Dajjal. In other words, they are dajjals deriving from the real Al-Masih ad-Dajjal.
There is a hadith of the Messenger of God (saas) in the Musannef of Ibn Abi Shaybah, Volume 15, page 197. “Innallahe yusluhul emrel mehdiye fi leyletin.” Meaning; “Indeed, God will amend the order, duty and affairs of the Mahdi overnight.” In other words, God will unite all the people. Because what is the characteristic of the Mahdi movement? It is unifying. So our Prophet (saas) says that God will unify people overnight. "Indeed, God will amend the order, duty and affairs of the Mahdi overnight." This is written in the Musannef of Ibn Abi Shaybah, Volume 15, page 197. “Innallahe yusluhul emrel mehdiye fi leyletin.” Those who are interested in this book can find its manuscript in the Suleymaniye Library.