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Here are the references for the prophecies

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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Oct 20, 2008 at 13:55

I thought you'll never ask

In fact there are five prophecies not four
Here are the Hadiths

1. Al-Nawawi 40 Hadith stated - Omar Bin Khattab said "that while we were sitting with the Prophet (Pbuh) one day, a man came on us, his clothes were very white, his hair was very black, no trace of travel or fatigue or dirtiness on him, and no one of us knew who he was. He sat down next to the Prophet and said "O Mohammad (pbuh) can you tell me about Islam" The Prophet said "Islam is to witness that there is no God but God and that Mohammad is the prophet of God, to make prayer, to give alms, to fast Ramadan and to make pilgrimage to Mecca if you can once in a lifetime", The Man said "you said the truth", we were astonished the man is asking and confirming, Then the man said "tell me about belief", the prophet said "To believe in God, his angels, his books, his prophets and the resurrection day and believe in destiny its good and evil" the man said "You said the truth", then the man asked the Prophet "then tell me about good and kindness" The prophet said "To worship God as if you see him, if you don't see him, He sees you" The man said "then tell me about the hour (The resurrection day) "The prophet said "The asked person do not no more than the one who is asking" (both don't know), The man said "Then tell me about its signs", the Prophet (pbuh) said "the woman shall give birth to her mistress (we find today in the Arabian gulf states the woman who is not a princess is married to a sheikh, gives birth to a baby girl who will become shiekha, or princess but her mother is not). You will find the bare footed, naked and destitute (Bedouins) and raising cattle (Cowboys) people compete in building lofty towers" The Man said "you said the truth", then he left. We were astonished the man asking questions and then confirming what the Prophet says, The prophet asked me "O, Omar do you know who was that" I (Omar) said "God and his messenger know best", He said (The Prophet) This was Archangel Gabriel he came to teach all of you your religion" - Sahih Muslim (102) (106) (108) – Sahih Bukhari (50), Tirmithi (2815), Al-Nisa'I (5007), (5008) – Ibn Abi Amr Al-Makki said that "Marwan bin Yazid told us by Abu Hurairah that Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) said "By God whom my soul is in His hands, there will come a time on people the killer will not know why he was killed and the people will not know why the murdered was killed for" Muslim (7487) (7488)

  1. Abdullah Bin Amro from Abu Hurariah said "I hear the Prophet (pbuh) say "There will be among my people at the end of times, the women will be dressed naked (they show parts and cover parts), on their heads as hollow humps(referring to their hairs). Also - Malik narrates from Muslim bin Abu Maryam who narrates from Abu Saleh who narrates from Abu Hurairah that Prophet Mohammad said, "Women who are dressed but appear naked, who will be inclined (towards men) and make (men) incline (toward them). They will not enter Jannah and they will not smell its fragrance where as its fragrance can be smelt from the distance of 500 years. Imam Malik (Awjaz Al-Masalik 16:174), Muslim (the dress book)
  2. Abu Hurairah said "The Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) said "The day of resurrection will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews, and the Jews hide behind the rock and the tree, then the rock and the tree will say "O Muslim, there is a Jew behind me come and kill him except one type of tree will not talk (Al Gharkad) for it is the tree of the Jews" and Abu Hurairah said "The Prophet said "By God whom my soul is in his hands, this life will not go until the man pass by a grave and will say I wish I was in your place though he has no dept and his is not sick" and Abu Hurairah said" The prophet said "the day of resurrection will not come until the river Euphrates becomes shallow and people will fight and for every 100 person 99 will be killed, and every person think he will be saved and their will be much bloodshed, so who ever witnesses that day don't come near the river and don't take anything from it.". Sahih Muslim (7454) (7456) (7457) (7458) and Sahih Bukhari (7204), Sahih Tirmithi (2769)
  3. If I find this hadith for number 4 I will send it to you. I was told it is there
  4. Tameem Aldari said, I heard the Prophet Say "This matter (Islam) shall reach where ever the night and day reaches, and God will not leave any on this planet but Islam will enter every country, every city, every village and every home by hook or crook." Sahih Muslim 4/103

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