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The End Times



Herein you get to know about all the important future events of the world from now until the End of the World, and beyond that, supported with proof, every important future event (3:179), starting from the year 2021:

The year is 2021. The internet has become the main form of communication around the world. This has sped up the creation of new religious opinions for better and for worse. But, because of the large number of opinions, there is widespread religious confusion, divisions, and misunderstandings. That’s where the Clarifying Messenger’s clarifications come in. The Clarifying Messenger explains the Quran gradually over the next 33 years, as problems from new never-before-seen circumstances are brought to us (75:19, 44:13). The Clarifying Messenger gives the correct answers to the hardest and most important unanswered questions of today (6:105). This helps reshuffle the people, bringing the more knowledgeable ones on top, and it helps organize the submitters and strive in the cause of God in the right direction for victory (9:47). Then, in 2052, a global retribution will happen (44:1, 44:10-12). The smart submitters will be able take advantage of the prior knowledge about this and multiply their wealth twice, or five times, or ten times (12:47-49, 2:265). This will be God’s blessing to them for striving in the cause of God (10:107, 6:160).


Blessings from God


Then, God will strengthen the submitters (14:27, 47:7). The next messenger will start his mission. He is the Strengthening Messenger (69:40, 81:19, 36:14). They will finally learn how to properly respect their messengers (10:98). His name will be Alhak (43:29), and He will continue the Clarifying Messenger’s job, as soon as he leaves this world. Alhak’s job will be to promote the Quran to the modern world. He will recite and sing praises to God (69:40-41). He will defeat the opponents of the Clarifying Messenger – the dividers (15:90) and the fools (2:118) – but two more opponents will appear for him – the stingy and the hypocrites.

During his time, Istanbul (30:3), which the Romans lost back in 1453 (30:2), will once again become European (30:3). This will be a sign that God will soon give a helping boost to the Strengthening Messenger and the submitters who organized with him (30:4-5), and millions will follow him (81:20-21). Because of his success, a lot of people will brand submission as “the religion of Alhak” (9:29, 48:28). From 2054 until 2110, six years of global crises or sufferings will happen (68:1, 27:1, 36:1, 2:1, 3:1, 29:1, 30:1, 31:1, 32:1, 38:1, 50:1), similar in size to the COVID-19 pandemic, but of a different nature. But one of the crisis will be substantially larger, around the years 2074-75 (30:1, 2:1, 3:1, 29:1, 31:1, 32:1). You can learn more about these in the clarification titled “Explaining Quranic Initials, Predicting the Future”. These will be other opportunities to multiply your wealth greatly.


Prosperity and Slowdown


Then, from around the year 2110 until around 2270, the submitters will be without a human messenger. They will continue to grow and reach ten thousand mosques and more. The later generations will become gradually more and more sluggish, until the difference between submitters and non-submitters will be almost insignificant. By the end of this period, the submitters will be about 52% correct, and about 48% wrong, while the rest of the world will be about 52% wrong and about 48% correct. Five more years of global crisis will happen during this period (26:1, 28:1, 7:1, 19:1, 42:2, 10:1, 11:1, 12:1, 14:1, 15:1).


The Last 20 Years


A courageous person will publicly criticize the Arabs for rejecting the three modern messengers – the Messenger of the Covenant, The Clarifying Messenger, and the Strengthening Messenger – because all that the messengers asked was to worship God (36:20-25). His speech will be like that of Stephen the Martyr (Acts 7), but directed to modern Arabs instead of ancient Jews. Some of the leading Arabs will hate him. He will be martyred and enter Paradise (36:26). How blessed is he whose paradise has been mentioned in the Quran, and guaranteed for him beforehand? (36:26). Other Arabs will secretly agree with what he says. One more global crisis will happen (13:1), and then the time for the final battles will approach.


The Last Messenger – The Mahdi

(Approximately 2270 – 2279)

Then another person, a descendant of prophet Muhammad will be reformed as well. He will watch the clarifications of the Clarifying Messenger and learn from them in addition to his Quranic knowledge. His name will be Ahmad (48:29). He will be the Guide Messenger – the Mahdi (in Arabic). Let’s call him “the Mahdi”, as not to confuse him with the last prophet, prophet Muhammad who had a similar name. The Mahdi will be the last messenger. He will have no sons (13:38, 2:266), and by the time he becomes a messenger, he will have no father. He will become a messenger sometime around the year 2270. He will guide his people and the submitters to victory (9:33). He will fight three important battles, among other clashes:

  • The first one will be against the Arabs. They will not let him perform Hajj pilgrimage, but after some resistance, the Arabs will accept him (48:24). Together with other believers, he will march with a very simple flag ahead of them towards Mecca peacefully (48:29), and they will enter Mecca while being very humble (48:29). God will spare the Mahdi and his followers from having a big war with the Arabs, because there will be believing Arabs unknown to him inside Arabia (48:25). He and his group, the early believers will enter the Sacred Masjid in safety. They will complete their Hajj pilgrimage, and shave their heads (48:27). He will have very quick victories after that (48:28). He will guide his people to the true religion, the religion of his preceding messenger Alhak (48:28), the religion of Abraham (6:161, 22:78), submission (22:78).
  • His second major battle will be together with the Arabs against a northern army (18:92, 18:99). This will be the decisive battle, which will ensure peace and prosperity for a short while. The vanguard believers and a lot of Arabs will pledge their allegiance to him, and they will agree to support him (48:10). God will approve their pledge (48:10), especially those who gave their pledge to the Mahdi under the tree. They are among the best (48:18), because they did it in a time when other people still had their doubts about him. Those who keep the pledge will be rewarded (48:10). A few Arabs will break the pledge, seeking excuses (48:11), but in reality, inside themselves, they will think that the Mahdi has no chance of winning against much bigger armies (48:12). However, he definitely will win, because God supports him (48:12), and once the enemies see that they are about to lose, out of panic, they will be convinced that it is a good strategic idea to turn against their own states, and their own homes, and flee (59:2). The believers who will keep their pledge, and go all the way with their fighting will get a lot of material benefits from their victory (48:15, 20). The Mahdi, the Guide Messenger, will make submission prevail over all other religions (48:28, 61:9). He will fly within one night from Mecca to Jerusalem (17:1). For a while, there will be peace and prosperity among the believers (48:20, 21). So, when triumph comes from God, and victory (110:1). People will embrace God’s religion in throngs (110:2). They will glorify and praise their Lord, and implore Him for forgiveness (110:3). They will work righteousness freely and openly (9:105). There will be security among them, and good provisions (8:26, 24:55). As they grow stronger, it will enrage the disbelievers (48:29) who will prepare to destroy them. So, now the believers will have to fight even a bigger army (48:16).
  • The third major battle will be against the forces of Antichrist (9:28-36).

But before learning what will happen next, let’s first describe the world during those times so that you know in what kind of circumstances the events will unfold. During those years:

  • People will be almost equal to each other in morality (including Antichrist and the Mahdi).
  • On average, from every 12 people, 1 will be a submitter, 3 will be undecided, and 8 from thousands of other smaller religious groups, and most of the people will keep changing groups back and forth throughout their life, trying a little bit of this and a little bit of that, but the largest organized group will be the submitters.
  • Governments will be democratic in theory but communist in practice.
  • Entertainment will be news and news will be entertainment.
  • Politicians will be acting, and actors will be politicians.
  • Parents will have no authority over their children.
  • People will still be living on earth. Contrary to their expectations, they will not live in other planets (7:25).
  • People will have fewer intimate relations than any time in history, but any time they do, it will be public, creating the illusion that everyone is having fun, while they will be having less fun than any other time in history.
  • Private things will be public, and public things will be private.
  • All owners will be tenants, and all tenants will be owners.
  • All people will be in debt, and all people will be saving.
  • Those who are married will enjoy life equally with those who are not.
  • All the wealth of the world will belong to a few people, and yet they can not do what they want with it, as if though it is not theirs.
  • All groups, be they religious, political, cultural, philosophical, or national, will be about half correct. They will be correct in what they mention, but what they will not mention will be exactly the other half which is wrong.
  • Children and adults will be equal.
  • The difference between food and medicine will become vague.
  • All diseases will have a cure, except for maybe a few types of cancer. People will die anyway due to the financial and logistical impossibilities of getting those cures, and the accidents.
  • Human cloning will exist, whether the public will know about it or not.
  • There will be more than 1000 people who will pretend to be prophets, or messengers, or the Messiah, or the Mahdi, but none of them will reach dominance. Only the true Mahdi will reach dominance on the side of the believers, and only Antichrist will reach dominance on the side of disbelievers.

Because Antichrist and the Mahdi will live during the same times, we need to know the three ways to distinguish them:

  1. The Mahdi will do the Contact Prayer exactly like the Clarifying Messenger (Alban Fejza), exactly like Abraham without any changes, while Antichrist will not pray like us.
  2. The Mahdi will be able to liberate and enter Mecca peacefully, while Antichrist will not be able to occupy Mecca or enter it.
  3. The Mahdi will not claim to perform miracles, while Antichrist will claim to perform miracles trying to imitate Christ.


The Antichrist

(Approximately 2273 – 2280)

A man born around 2240, will show up around 2273 and claim that he is the Messiah or the Christ or the Chosen One, which makes him the Antichrist. He will say it because that’s what the disbelievers, the majority of the people, will want to hear. He will not have any extraordinary abilities. He will not be different from any other disbeliever of that time, except for the fact that the people have given him the technological control over things, since it will be impossible to manage a global world, unless you have a globalized center. He will claim that the Mahdi is the Antichrist, but this statement can not be true, because the Mahdi never claims to be Christ. Only someone who claims to be the Messiah can be an Anti-Messiah, Antichrist. Antichrist will have many names and titles. Some people will call him Ezra or the helper or the secretary, while the others will call him the Messiah or the chosen one or the elected one (9:30). He will claim to produce miracles, but they will simply be advanced technology tricks, supported by a large crew of remote background technology experts. For example, he might clone a human being in secret (which is possible), and then kill the original person in public, then bring out the secret clone, and claim that he resurrected him, or similar things. That’s not a miracle. It’s ironic that people will believe fake miracles when there are technological possibilities of faking them, while they disbelieved the ancient true miracles of Jesus, when it was impossible to fake them. So, pay attention to this: True messengers do not bring miracles anymore. This is made clear in the videos titled “No more miracles” and “Should messengers bring proof?”.

The false messiah, Antichrists, will fight against the Mahdi (9:29). He will build the unauthorized temple in Jerusalem; he will cause the abomination which causes desolation (17:7), while claiming that he has built “The Third Temple”. He will claim that the Messianic age has already come with his coming and that he will create paradise on earth with their cooperation, and therefore people should not expect the end of the world anymore, since it has already come with his coming. Then, the signs of the end will repeat again in a more major fundamental way, like the creation of a fully functional Artificial Intelligence Robot (27:82), splitting of the moon (54:1-3), the sky bringing smoke (44:10), but all these will be brushed away by the distractions of that time, like when you are distracted watching a movie, and you are not interested to hear that it is raining outside, for example. You might know that it’s raining, but you don’t care. You are totally absorbed in the movie. It will be the same then. People will be totally absorbed in their virtual reality experiences and forget that major events are happening in real life. They will acknowledge the signs, and then a few minutes later go back to their virtual games and virtual lifestyles, failing to realize the importance of what happened in real life. And Antichrist will make sure that they hear what they want to hear, since there will be a way to measure what they want to hear. Absorbed in their virtual lifestyles, the majority of the people will wish that the End of the World does not come, and he will tell them exactly what they want to hear, that it will really not come. So, when they totally disregard the message of the Quran given to them, God opens for them the gates of everything, and the earth is fully used. Then, just as they rejoice in the material things, and they think that they are in control, and they do not expect the End of the World anymore, then the Hour comes to them suddenly (6:31, 7:187, 16:26, 26:202, 43:66, 47:18). They will become utterly stunned (6:44). They can not delay it by one hour, nor advance it (10:49).


The End of the World


So, in the year 2280 (2:1, 7:1, 10:1, 13:1, 19:1, 20:1, 26:1, 27:1, 36:1, 38:1, 40:1, 42:2, 50:1, 68:1), during the fall season (81:4, 106:2), when the fruits fully ripen and the harvest is ready (10:24, 68:17, 3:117), on Friday evening (34:30, 62:9), Mecca and Jerusalem time (81:1, 16:124, 36:49), that’s when it happens, that’s when the Hour comes:

The horn will be blown (69:13).

The sky will crack (82:1).

Time will speed (73:17).

The stars will crash into each other (81:2), and be destroyed (77:8).

The planets will scatter (82:2).

The moon will become darkened, as it falls towards the sun (75:8).

The sun and the moon will crash into one another (75:9).

The sky will shake violently (52:9).

The earth will shake violently (22:2).

The wild animals will gather out of fear (81:5).

People will stop whatever work they are doing (81:4), whatever dispute they are having (36:49).

They will not even have time to make a will (36:50).

One will not care about his brother, or mother, or father, or spouse, or his children (80:34-38).

A nursing mother will discard her infant, and a pregnant woman will abort her fetus (22:2).

A violent earthquake and wind will flatten all the buildings (41:13, 7:78, 41:16).

Bodies of people will be tossed around like pieces of wood (41:13, 69:7), and thrown around like scattered moths (101:4).

The graves will roll over (82:4).

Volcanoes will explode (99:2).

The earth will shake violently (56:4).

The mountains will slide, crushed into dust, flattened and wiped out as if they never existed before (52:10, 56:5-6, 69:14, 73:14, 77:10, 18:47).

The lower parts of earth will be raised and the higher parts will be lowered (56:3, 20:105-107),

and the oceans will overflow and evaporate (81:6, 82:3).

All that will remain at the end of this will be an empty flat barren earth (84:3-5, 89:21, 10:24, 18:8).

And an opened sky (69:16, 77:9, 84:1-2).

The rest of the mass of this universe, with all the stars and planets, will be cramped together, under gravity, squeezed into a universal mass, igniting nuclear reactions, and that will be Hell (89:23, 29:54, 29:55).

The sky will be open (69:16, 77:9, 84:1-2).

The angels will descend in multitudes (25:25), in row after row, and also the Spirit (2:210, 89:22, 78:38).

Eight of them will carry above them the throne of our Lord (69:17).

Our Lord will come in dense clouds (2:210, 89:22).

The earth will shine with His light (39:69).

All sovereignty on that day will belong to the Most Gracious (25:26).


The final heavenly dispute

By the end of this, every creature will be unconscious. Even the people who are in Heaven will fall unconscious (39:68), except for a couple of them to serve as witnesses (19:57, 37:129). Then, God will tell the angels and Satan, “Did I not tell you that I know what you do not know.” I knew that no one except me can be the Lord of the heavens and the earth”. Satan tried to rule the human beings, but you saw his results: A world full of poverty, suffering, depression, disease, and death. Then Satan will say, “It was not my fault. It is impossible to rule a kingdom where the citizens are creatures made of mud, a lowly material. You had created the human beings from the wrong material, from mud.” God will say, “Indeed, it is possible. It was only you and the disbelievers who ruined it. O you angels, chain him.” Satan will be chained but he will still be able to watch God’s demonstration. God will say, “Let me show you how it is done with the same type of materials. God will send down on earth on giant city for all believers, with a wall around it to keep the believers safe from the disbelievers when they get resurrected.


The City of Believers

The most beautiful city which we have ever seen will be released down on earth. It is called the city of believers (95:3). The place where Abraham stands up being resurrected (3:97), the house of life (52:4), because whomever enters it will never die. A gift for the people (3:96). Whomever enters it will reach full safety and full belief (3:97). The name of the city is Becca (3:96). It will be square shaped, about 2300 km in length and width (Revelation 21:16). About one month of walking distance from Jerusalem in all four directions (34:12). So, from Kosovo to the Caspian Sea, and from South of Libya to Arabia. This is why every messenger mentioned in the Quran came from that region. One of its walls passes near the wall of Gog and Magog. The other wall passes through the place where Adam was expelled from the garden of Eden, and the other wall passes near Kabah. There will be palaces made ready for the believers in that city, and there will be pure rivers beside them, and streams underneath them. The middle of the City will be where Jerusalem is today. There will be a prayer area there. The Quran calls it, “the farthest place of prostration” (17:1), because it will be the furthest building in the future which people will use as a religious building. The whole city will have only one religious building. All the other religious buildings were destroyed already when the earth was flattened, and there will be no religious buildings after it because once we go to Paradise, we will not need religious buildings there. So, this will be the last religious building, or the farthest religious building into the future. So, the first religious building on planet earth is Ka`bah, and the last religious building on planet earth will be the Mosque in Jerusalem, which will be dedicated to God alone, not to saints, not to religious leaders, not to prophets, not to Jesus, not to Angles – Only to God.


The Resurrection of Witnesses

Then God will send rain on earth (43:11, 7:57, 35:9), for a period similar to 40 years, and beautiful gardens with fruits will grow inside the city. The earth will become muddy (38:76). It will crack and form into human shaped mud (6:95, 7:25, 22:66, 50:44). It will gradually dry, and become bones and flesh (75:3), until the bodies will look like when we were teenagers (18:10-21, 75:4), but without any blemishes. (36:51, 2:28). Then all it takes is one blow, and we will be reunited with our bodies (81:7), and we will come back to life (36:53, 2:28, 37:19, 83:4). A call will be made (54:6, 50:41), and we will rise up (50:42, 79:14).

We will be resurrected from the most righteous person to the least righteous person. Jesus was already resurrected and lifted up in this life (3:55), but from the unresurrected people:

  • God will resurrect Abraham first (6:161, 2:124). This is also to answer his prayer when he asked God to show him how He resurrects the dead (2:260). This will allow him to see how other people are resurrected and bear witness to that. Then God will resurrect Moses, (20:41, 4:164), Muhammad (3:68), Noah (33:7), and the rest of the prophets.
  • Then, those who were messengers will be resurrected, which include the seventy disciples of Moses (7:155), the eleven disciples of Jesus (5:111, 5:112, 61:14), and a few messengers sent to ancient towns (10:47, 4:164).
  • Then, those who were saints, but not messengers, will be resurrected, which include Mary (5:75), the Seven Sleepers of the Cave (18:14), the mother of Moses (28:7), the sister of Moses (28:11), the wife of Pharaoh (66:11), the wife of Abraham (11:71), Abu Bakr (9:40), Ali (33:33), Zeid (33:37), and anyone who dedicated their life to God.
  • Then, those who were messengers but not saints will be resurrected, which includes Alban Fejza (44:13), the two messengers after Alban Fejza (69:40, 48:28), and a few messengers sent to ancient towns (10:47, 4:164).
  • Then, the martyrs (57:19), which includes Abel (5:28), Stephen the martyr (36:20), the martyr preceding the Mahdi (36:20), and anyone who gets killed for speaking the truth (57:19).

This group of people – prophets, messengers, saints, and martyrs – is called ‘the witnesses’ (40:51, 4:41), because they are willing to give their life to stay true to the word of God. Their word is trustable. What they say on the Day of Judgment will stand true, and God will let them serve as witnesses. They will be resurrected inside the city walls. There will be 144,000 witnesses (Revelation 14:3-5), and 24 of them will be prophets (4:4). The city will have 12 gates. Two prophets for each gate, on for the left door and the other for the right door. God will ask the messengers, “How was the response to you?” The messengers will say, “We have no knowledge. You are the Knower of all secrets.” (5:109).

Then the truthful will be resurrected. Anyone who got saved through the word of God will be resurrected – 9% of all people from all generations, but only from the group who accepted the word of God. They will consist only of people from the religions which stemmed from the original word of God. These religions are:

  • Islam/Submission (49:17),
  • Christianity (2:62),
  • Judaism (2:62),
  • Zoroastrianism (22:17), and
  • God Fearers (Sabians) (2:62).

These five religions are the only religions mentioned in the Quran. The believers from these five religions are the five wise virgins mentioned by Jesus in Mathew 25, while the disbelievers from these same five religions are the five foolish virgins. Only the believers coming from these five religions believe in the coming of the Messiah in the future, and therefore they are the only people who deserve to experience the Messianic Age. But only the truthful from these five religions, only a small minority from each of these five religions. So, on that day, people will not be saved by their religion, but by their truthfulness (5:119). All the truthful will submit to God on that day, and therefore their only acceptable religion will be Submission (3:19). The person who used to call himself “Christian” will call not call himself “Christian” anymore. He will not be saved for being Christian. He will be saved for having been a submitter, without knowing it. He will reject the idea that Christianity saved him. He will submit, and call himself ‘a submitter’. They will all be submitters then (20:111). We will all submit to God. Submission is the only religion acceptable to God (3:19). So, the truthful will be resurrected as submitters. They will be resurrected in 12 groups outside the 12 gates of the city. The largest group of them will be all the believers who lived after prophet Muhammad, which includes our generations of believers – billions of believers. They will be resurrected where the field of Arafat is today. They will be clothed with white clothes, similar to the pilgrimage clothes of today, but made of light. Then they will walk through the sacred location of Muzdalifah, while chanting, “Here I am, God, here I am. You have no partners. To you alone belongs all praise, and all glory, and all kingship. You have no partners.” They will reach the gate of the city in multitudes, while the witnesses will be inside the city in preparation for prayer.

Then we will all see Jesus descend from heaven. He will descend near the center of the city. The Holy Spirit will descend as well. He will give the keys to each of the 12 gates to the 24 prophets, including Jesus.

However, because Jesus will also have a specific role as the Messiah, he will pass his key to his oldest disciple, Peter, so he can open one of the gates on his behalf. Peter and Elijah will open on of the gates, Moses and Aaron another, David and Solomon another, and so on, and the last gate will be opened by Abraham and Muhammad. This gate will be where the gate of the Kaaba is today. More people will enter this gate than any other gate. It will include all the believers who lived after prophet Muhammad. This is why God changed the direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Mecca (2:142), because on that day, no one from our generation can go to Jerusalem, except through Mecca. That will be the only gate opened for our generation.

It is going to be a celebration, praising God for the victory (40:51, 47:35). So, when triumph comes from God, and victory (110:1). We will see the people entering God’s city in throngs (110:2). We will glorify and praise our Lord and ask Him for forgiveness (110:3).


The Messianic Age

God will be watching over us from the heavenly Throne, and we will see God’s light shining upon us from the sky, but because He has created the Earth for us and Satan (32:5), He will not descend on Earth. He holds the heavens and the earth within his right hand (39:67). God will say, “Today, I make you kings and queens on earth, and I choose your religion to be submission to Me (24:55, 21:105). I will substitute peace and security for you in place of fear (24:55). Everything will be provided for us, and we will have one task and only one task – to worship God (51:56).

For efficiency purposes, we will organize to worship God, so we don’t get in each other’s way. For this reason, all groups of different generations and places choose their intercessors on earth (19:87), to represent them in the higher levels of government. Each person will choose someone through whom they had been guided. For example, if someone was guided because you shared this video with him, he will choose you as his intercessor. Then you will choose the speaker in the video, Alban. Alban will choose Rashad. Rashad will choose Muhammad. Muhammad will choose Abraham. Abraham will choose Noah, out of respect, and Noah will choose Adam out of respect. Adam will say, “I don’t deserve the honor. I took you out of heaven in the first place, but I have no ancestor to choose from, and all my believing descendants have ultimately chosen me. Is there anyone here who is not my descendant?” People will say, “It is Jesus. Only you and him had no father.” Adam will say, “I choose Jesus then.” People will say, “Between Adam and Jesus, we choose Jesus, the word of God. Now we get it. He is the chosen one. He is the Messiah. The messianic age has come.” Jesus will say. “I choose God. I dedicate this kingdom to Him.” “Our Lord who is in heaven. Praise be to you. Your kingdom has come. Your will is done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day, our everlasting bread. And forgive us our transgressions, and now we have forgiven now those who transgressed against us. And do not put us to trial again.” For a period equal to one thousand years (32:5, 7:14), no one will ever get sick or die, here on this Earth, on the flattened renewed earth, but still from the same material as this earth:

  • Instead of laws, there will be love (3:93).
  • Instead of mourning, there will be comfort (35:34).
  • Instead of poverty, there will be abundant wealth (93:5).
  • Instead of hunger, we will be full (20:118).
  • Instead of humiliated, we will be honored (4:31).
  • Instead of competition, cooperation (37:25).
  • Instead of loneliness, friendship (15:47).
  • Instead of work, joy (6:127).
  • Instead of the sun, the light of God (76:13, 39:69).
  • Instead of salty seas, clean rivers and streams (81:6, 7:43).
  • Instead of calculating, appreciating (70:18, 35:34).
  • Instead of fear, absolute security (20:112, 6:82).
  • Instead of complaining, praising God (23:64, 37:182).
  • Instead of capitalism, voluntary communism (38:24-25).
  • Instead of democracy, voluntary theocracy (5:50, 19:73). (Of course, communism and theocracy work only for one generation, because they ignore the need for growth for the next generation, but then we will be only one generation – no births – so it will be fine).
  • Instead of birth, brotherhood (77:38, 15:47).
  • Instead of doctrine, the truth.
  • Instead of fighting, winning (2:5).
  • Instead of arguing, agreeing.
  • Instead of messengers, witnesses.
  • Instead of prophets, God’s voice.
  • Instead of jinns, angels (13:23).
  • Instead of Satan, the Messiah (7:14-15, 4:172).
  • Instead of idols, God (28:74).
  • No one instead of God (3:62).

Then, God will tell Satan. “This is how we run a kingdom with the same materials. So, it was not the material’s fault. It was your fault, and the fault of the wicked people.”


Gog and Magog

Meanwhile, God will resurrect Gog and Magog and the animals outside of the safe city (21:95:96). The least bad among the nonbelievers are Gog and Magog and animals. Gog and Magog are the Neanderthal and the Denisovans – about 200 million of them (about 13,000 generations of 15,000 people), most of them from those who lived before Adam. So, about 200 million human shaped beings who are not descendants of Adam will be resurrected. Neanderthals were human shaped beings with aggressive tendencies (18:93) but they were not descendants of Adam, and therefore incapable of abstract speech (18:93, 2:33, 2:37). Because of their inability for abstract speech (18:93, 2:33, 2:37), they are incapable of being extremely evil, similar to animals, which are incapable of being evil or good, even though they might be aggressive or friendly. They will not be judged, because their language limitations made it impossible for them to understand warnings and to receive messengers. You can not blame dumb people for not understanding the warnings (33:72). Neanderthals and Denisovans were so dumb, they did not know how to build a simple ladder to climb a simple barrier or simply go around the mountains, or use fire to melt holes into the barrier (18:97). They are not alive today. They went extinct. When they get resurrected, they will not know what happened to them. They do not understand the concept of resurrection, just like animals.


The Resurrection of Disbelievers

Then, the horn will be blown for the second time (36:51, 39:68, 78:18, 18:99, 20:102), which symbolizes that something terrible is about to happen to the disbelieving descendants of Adam (21:96).

So, the bad descendants of Adam, who have the ability for abstract speech, and therefore no excuses for disbelieving (75:15, 4:165), will get resurrected. Their souls will be restored to their bodies (81:7). They will be completely exposed (40:16).

To cover their nakedness, garments of tar will be put over their bodies (14:50). They will be humiliated (68:43), and shamed (70:44). They will say, “Woe to us. Who resurrected us from our death? We have been recreated from the grave! How did this happen after we had turned into rotten bones? This is what the Most Gracious had promised. The messengers were right. This is the Day of Judgment. This is a difficult day.” (36:52, 79:10-11, 37:20, 54:8). Their faces will be looking upward, their eyes will not even blink, and their minds will be horrified (14:43). No relations among them will exist, and they will not care about one another (23:101). Whispering among themselves, they will say, “You have lived in the previous life no more than ten days!” (20:103). The most accurate among them will say, “You stayed no more than a day” (20:104). They will be blind (17:72, 20:124-127). They do not deserve to see God. His light would blind them anyway. They would see nothing. They do not see (17:97). They will be required to fall prostrate, but they will be unable to (68:42), because they will be chained in shackles (14:49), driven by a driver (50:21), and a witness nearby (50:21). Then, their vision will be restored, once they are driven in their judgment area, so that they can be shown their deeds (50:22).

To make space for the judgment of humans, the animals and Gog and Magog who have survived so far will be driven away to the other side of the earth (21:96), towards the Pacific Ocean, which will be flat land then. On their way, they will trample the disbelievers, who are chained. Those who remain from Gog and Magog will be destroyed from a simple virus, just like they got destroyed in the first time, and the animals will also die. Their bodies were not created to survive forever. They will pay for their animal behavior, and that is it for them. You can learn more about the fate of their souls in the clarification titled, “Animals according to the Quran”, but herein let’s continue with the fate of the children of Adam.


The Summoning

A call for summoning will be made, and everyone will follow the caller and summoned before God (20:108, 11:103, 34:24, 77:38). Every community will kneel (45:28). Some of those who did not believe in the proofs of God will be summoned forcibly (27:83). When they arrive, He will say, “You have rejected My revelations, before acquiring knowledge about them. Is this not what you did?” (27:84). They will say nothing (27:85).

No soul will utter a single word, except in accordance with His will (11:105, 77:35-36, 78:38). The witnesses will also be summoned and brought forth (39:69, 40:51), which includes angels, prophets, saints, messengers, and martyrs (77:11). The angles will present their recordings. The prophets will be questioned whether they delivered their books. The messengers will be questioned whether they warned the disbelievers about this day, and each messenger will serve as a witness against his generation of disbelievers (4:41, 16:84, 16:89). The martyrs will be asked for what crime were they killed (81:9).

Two books will be there. One of them will be positioned in a high place, so that that everyone can see it, but no one can reach it and change it. It is called Elleyyeen (83:18, 83:21), the High Book, and it will have the everlasting names of the righteous people engraved in it (83:20). The righteous will be lined up like in a graduation ceremony, and their names will be called from the book one by one (18:48, 19:95). When one of them is called, he is given his record in his right hand (69:19, 84:7, 17:71), and he will return to his people joyfully (84:9), and will say, “Come read my record. I did believe that I was going to be held accountable” (69:20).

The other book will be low on the ground, but inside an unbreakable box, so that the disbelievers can not erase their names from there, and the box will be transparent, so that you can read the book from the outside. It is called Sijjeen (83:7), the boxed book. The everlasting names of the disbelievers are engraved in it. The wicked will be lined up like prisoners of war, and their names will be called from the book one by one (18:48). Their record will be given in their left hand (69:25, 81:10), and they will say, “Oh, I wish I never received my record. I wish I never knew my account. I wish my death was eternal. I wish I were dust” (69:25-27, 78:40, 4:42). Once the last ones, the worst ones, see what is happening with people in front of them, they will panic, and they will be dragged by force in front of the record giver (27:83) while they try to face away from him, and he will give them their record anyway from behind their back (84:10).

They will see everything they did in this life recorded, everything they did to advance themselves, and everything they did to regress themselves (75:13). They will say, “Woe to us. How come this book leaves nothing, small or large, without counting it?” (18:49). God will ask them, “Is this not the truth?”. They will say, “Yes, by our Lord.” He will say, “So, you will taste the retribution because of your disbelief (6:30). No excuses will be accepted (75:15, 40:52).

They will be asked, “Did you not receive messengers from among you, who narrated to you My revelations, and warned you about the meeting of this day? (6:130) How did you respond to the messengers? (28:65)” They will say, “We bear witness against ourselves that we were disbelievers” (6:130). They will be so stunned by the facts; they will be speechless (28:66).

God will say, “O Jesus, son of Mary, did you say to the people, ‘Make me and my mother idols beside God’?” He will say, “Be You glorified. I could not utter what was not right. Had I said it, You already would have known it. You know my thoughts, and I do not know Your thoughts. You know all the secrets (5:116). “I told them only what You commanded me to say, that: ‘You shall worship God, my Lord and your Lord.’ I was a witness among them for as long as I lived with them. When You raised me, You became the Watcher over them. You witness all things (5:117). “If You punish them, they are Your constituents. If You forgive them, You are the Almighty, Most Wise.” (5:118). God will proclaim, “This is a day when the truthful will be saved by their truthfulness.” (5:119).


The Judgment

The accurate scales will be set. Material blessings on one side and righteousness on the other. Let’s start with material blessings first:

After this measurement, do you know how many of us will be saved? No one. Then God will say, “I am the Merciful (6:12). No one gets saved except through my mercy. Out of my mercy, make everyone’s righteous deeds ten times heavier” (6:160). Then about 1% of people will be saved. Then God will say, “I am the Merciful (6:12). Whomever believed in all my scriptures including the Quran, double their weights” (28:52-54). Then about 4% of people will be saved. Then God will say, “I am the Merciful (6:12). Whomever believed in my messengers when I sent them to them, double their weights again” (57:28). 9.1% of people will be saved. Then, God will say, “I have reserved paradise for you. As for the other people, they are the losers.”

So, those whose weights are heavier than the benefits they enjoyed, they will be winners, and they will be happy (7:8, 21:47, 23:102, 20:112, 101:6-7). As for those whose weights are lighter than the benefits they enjoyed, they will be the losers, and they will feel miserable (7:9, 23:103, 20:111, 101:8-11).

Everyone will be paid exactly for what we did. No injustice (36:54, 18:49, 40:17, 43:76). No soul will bear the sins of any other soul (39:7). God will be the absolute and direct Lord (1:4, 22:56). He will be the ultimate judge (22:56). Intercession will be useless, except for those permitted by the Most Gracious, and whose utterances conform to His will (20:109, 19:87). Their money and their children can not help them (26:88), and their friends can not help them (44:41).

And the devil will say, after the judgment had been issued, “God has promised you the truthful promise, and I promised you, but I broke my promise. I had no power over you; I simply invited you, and you accepted my invitation. Therefore, do not blame me, and blame only yourselves. My complaining cannot help you, nor can your complaining help me. I have disbelieved in your idolizing me.

To prove that the scales were accurate, God will also let the people settle the accounts between each other.


Settling the Accounts

On that day, there will be a well-known doctor who saved hundreds of lives, created charitable organizations, had a nice family, didn’t cause any problems, no criminal record with the police, everything the way it was expected of him. He will be shown his record, and it will have many good deeds. Then, his coworker will come to him and say, “Remember how I cleaned up after your surgeries? I want those credits back. Everyone for himself.” Some good deeds will be taken out of his account and put into his coworker’s account. Then his high-school friend will come, “Remember how I helped you prepare for that exam? Give that credit back to me. Everyone for himself”. Then his wife will come, “Remember, how every time our children got sick, it was always me who took my day off at work, and withheld my promising career for you and the family. You spent your time with your friends, while I took care of the children? I want those credits back. Everyone for himself.” Then his brother will come, “Remember how you used to take my toys, and were competing unfairly for our parents’ attention? I want those credits back.” Then his mother will come. “Do you remember, how I made up your room every day so you can focus on your studies, become successful and enabled you to be a good person? How I fed you every day, fixed your mistakes, changed your diapers when you were a baby? I want those credits back. Everyone for himself. Then his father will come, “Remember how I bought you that car, and I paid for your college, and I paid your marriage expenses, I helped you with your children, I made sure that you hung out with the right friends, I gave you the right advice, I solved your problems before they came to you, and made sure that you are on the right track to success? I want all those credits back. Everyone for himself.” And then, this well-known doctor will be left with nothing. He will say, “But, I saved hundreds of lives.” His patients will say, “You saved no one. God saved us through the health system, and the taxpayers, while you got paid for it. You already received your payment, your salary. No one gets paid twice for the same deed. You just happened to have the right profession at the right time. You had supporting parents, helping friends, and nice people around you, and a good upbringing. You took the credits, while we had to endure. Now, we will take the credits, and you will have to endure. Go to Hell.”

All the people on that day will settle their accounts between each other. Everyone will try to grab as many credits as possible, and blame each other. It is called the Day of Mutual Blaming, and the final results will be exactly like the results of God’s scales. In the end, 91% of people will end up with nothing in their accounts. In this way, the disbelievers will be shown that all their efforts in this first life had no value at all. Their net value is nothing (25:23). They did nothing good (25:23). In fact, the disbelievers will also carry the sins of the people for whom they were responsible, in addition to their own sins (29:13).

The followers will say to their leaders, “If it were not for you, we would have been believers. You schemed night and day, then commanded us to be unappreciative of God, and to set up idols to rank with Him. Can you spare us even a little bit of God’s retribution now?” (34:31, 34:33, 14:21). The leaders will reply, “Are we the ones who diverted you from the guidance after it came to you? No; it is you who were wicked. Had God guided us, we would have guided you. Now it is too late, whether we grieve or resort to patience, there is no exit for us.” (34:32, 14:21).


Facing the Idols

The idolizers will confront their idols and say “Our Lord, these are the idols we had set up beside You. These are the ones who misled us” and their idols will say, “You are liars” (16:86, 28:63, 46:6), “We had no idea that you idolized us”. (10:28-29).

They will be asked, “Where are the idols you had worshiped beside God? Can they help you now? Can they help themselves?” (26:92, 26:93, 28:62, 28:74). “Call your idols now.” They will call them, but they will not respond (28:64). Their idols will not be able to help them in any way (30:13). When they see the retribution, they will say, “Now we believe in God alone, and now we do not believe in the idolizing which we did” (40:84). Their belief does not help them when they see the retribution (40:85).

This is because when GOD ALONE was advocated, they disbelieved, but when others were mentioned beside Him, they believed (40:12). They will be told, “God’s abhorrence towards you is even worse than your own abhorrence towards yourselves. For you were invited to believe, but you chose to disbelieve” (40:10).


Seeing Hell

The people will realize that the earth has been the whole time on its orbit falling towards the center of the mass of the universe, which is Hell, which will be compacted into a volume only as big as the core of the earth, but a million times a million times a million times a million times a million times a million times heavier – all the stars put together. The earth has no escape from its gravity. It will have valves and mechanisms to keep it from totally collapsing on itself and it will be in a perpetual cycle. The doors of Hell will be opened, and the universe will be filled with smoke (44:10), which will go away after a while (44:15). As the earth gets close to Hell, with all the people in it, the Gravitational Redshift will turn the sky red (55:37). All people, even the believers, all of us will see Hell (19:71).

When a disbeliever sees it, he will not care about his friends (70:10). He will wish he could give his own children as ransom, to spare him from Hell (70:11), also his spouse, and his brother (70:12), even his whole family and relatives (70:13), even all the people on earth, if it would save him (70:14). He will be ridden with remorse (10:54). He will say, “Our Lord, give me one more chance. I will then respond to Your call and follow the messengers.” The response will be, “Did you not swear in the past that you will not come to this end?” (14:44). No, Hell is a flame (70:15). Eager to burn (70:16). It calls on those who turned away (70:17).


Saving the Believers

Then, God will save the believers (19:72), anyone who believed in the word of God. We will be given our light, radiating ahead of us and to our right depending on our level of belief (57:12), and we will no longer be bound by gravity. We will be raised up to a paradise which is bigger than all the universes – the place where we came from, while 91% of the people, those who did not believe in the word of God, will be left on earth. The hypocrite men and women will say to us, “Please allow us to absorb some of your light.” It will be said, “Go back behind you, and seek light.” A barrier will be set up between us and them, whose gate separates mercy on the inner side, from retribution on the outer side (57:13).


Protecting the Underprivileged

The people left on earth will include the disbelievers and the underprivileged or the doubters, anyone who did not positively believe in God’s revelations. God will create a giant terrifying beast from earth. The beast will speak to them and tell them, “You were not certain about God’s signs.” The sun, the moon, the stars, the sky, the day, the night, the mountains, the plants, the animals, the verses of the scripture, never convinced you for sure that there must be a Creator who created them. So it is your own fault that you did not believe. The beast will torture them, and the suffering will actually wash away or reduce their sins (4:123), since they did not take the offer to wash away their sins through God’s mercy. The suffering will last as long as they lived in this life. Once it is complete the nonbelievers will be divided into two groups. The first group, 24.3% of the people are the group of people whose sins are washed away by the torture. They are the people who used to be underprivileged in this world. They will learn how to love God, by learning how to hate Satan. The second group, 66.6% of people, are the group whose sins can never be washed away, no matter how long they suffer, because their sin is infinitely bad. Idol worship is infinitely bad. No suffering can completely wash away idol worship. It is the only unforgivable sin (4:116). How could they compare created things with the Most Gracious, the Holy One, the Creator, the All Mighty, the Exalted, the Most Loving. The Absolute Truth, the Giver of Life, the Eternal, the One? How could they? They will be stamped and their destiny will be sealed for Hell forever (3971, 46:18). Then, God will send Michael, one of His strongest angels, to fight the beast and save the underprivileged. Michael will descend on earth, an epic battle will happen, and Satan and the beast will be defeated and thrown in Hell. The underprivileged will be saved and put in a temporary safe place. They will be moved from Purgatory (the devastated earth) to Limbo, which is in a high place of the barrier which separates Heaven from Hell.


The Doom of Disbelievers

Hell will have seven gates (15:44). The wicked will be hoarded around it, humiliated, together with the devils (19:68). They will not be questioned about their sins anymore (55:39). They will hear its rage and fuming (25:12). They will be thrown in groups from the most wicked to the least wicked, through a narrow place, all shackled, grabbed by their hair and their feet (39:71, 55:41). Every time a group enters, they will curse their ancestral group.

Every time a group enters, they will curse their ancestral group. Once they are all in it, the latest one will say of the previous one, “Our Lord, these are the ones who misled us. Give them double the retribution of Hell.” He will say, “Each receives double, but you do not know (7:38). This is Gehenna that the guilty used to deny (55:43). This is the Fire in which you used to disbelieve (52:14). Is this magic, or do you not see? (52:15). Suffer the burning. Whether you are patient or impatient, it will be the same for you. This is the just requital for what you did (52:16). Their own hearing, eyes, and skins will bear witness to everything they had done (41:20). They will declare their remorse (25:13). They will not declare just a single remorse; they will suffer through a great number of remorses (25:14). They will try to ward off the fire from their faces and their backs, but it will not help at all (21:39).

They will say to their skins, “Why did you bear witness against us?” They will reply, “God made us speak up; He is the One who causes everything to speak. He is the One who created you the first time, and now you have been returned to Him” (41:21). After all of them are thrown in Hell, then the whole Earth with all the materials in it will be thrown in it as well (2:24). So, the materials which they collected in this world will be used as additional fuel to burn them (9:35). They will be told, “This is what you hoarded for yourselves, so taste what you have hoarded” (9:35). They will implore: “O Mãlek, let your Lord finish us off.” He will say, “You are staying forever” (43:77).


Rejoining Heaven

Meanwhile, the believers will be led to Paradise in throngs. When they get to it, and its eight gates are opened, its guards, the angels, will say, “Peace be upon you; you have won. Therefore, you abide herein forever” (39:73). They will say, “Praise be to God, who fulfilled His promise to us, and made us inherit the land of Paradise as we please.” (39:74). They will call the dwellers of Hell: “We have found our Lord’s promise to be the truth. Have you found your Lord’s promise to be the truth?” They will say, “Yes.” An announcer between them will announce: “God’s condemnation has befallen the transgressors, who repelled from the path of God, and strove to make it crooked, and, with regard to the Hereafter, they were disbelievers.” (7:44-45).

The dwellers of Limbo will call the dwellers of Paradise saying: “Peace be upon you.” We have not entered Paradise, but we are hoping to enter (7:46). When they turn their eyes towards the dwellers of Hell, they will say, “Our Lord, do not put us with these wicked people” (7:47). They will call on people they recognize by their looks, saying, “Your great numbers did not avail you in any way, nor did your arrogance (7:48). The dwellers of Hell will be asked about the dwellers of Limbo, who used to be among the underprivileged, “Are those the people you swore that God will never touch them with mercy?” “Enter Paradise; you have nothing to fear, nor will you grieve” (7:49). So, the underprivileged will finally be allowed to join paradise. So, by now, by the end, 33.3% of all the people who ever lived will enter Paradise (9.1% through accepting the word of God in this life, and 24.3% through enormous suffering in the next life). While 66.6% will be in Hell. And now, it is done. God and the angels will fold this sky, like when you fold a scroll, which will trap the people of Hellfire into a perpetual time-loop, circulating in it forever, while the believers will continue to enjoy Paradise forever (21:104). The angels will fly around the throne, glorifying and praising their Lord. They will sing: “Praise be to God, Lord of the universe.” (39:75). We will find beautiful eternal gardens in Paradise, with flowing streams of water, delicious wine, milk, honey (47:15), and all kinds of delicious drinks, served with silver cups and trays (76:15). We will eat all kinds of delicious fruits within reach (69:23). We will be sitting in luxurious furniture wearing soft clothes made of silk (18:31), and we will be served by servants (56:17), and matched with beautiful spouses created just for us (56:35-37). We will be neighbors, and enjoy paradise with each other and with the angels (13:23), and our Lord will be pleased with us, and we will be pleased with Him (5:119). We will have anything we wish for (25:16).

Praise be to the Lord of Paradise! Praise be to God forever (10:10).