Are Imam Mehdi and the Dajjal mentioned in the Quran?
Posted March 7, 2011on:
The “Dajjal” is not mentioned by name or referenced in the Qur’an.
It’s NOT from the Quran at all. the Quran makes NO references on Dajjal.
Imam Mehdi (ie the 12th imam) it is not in the Quran. it is very persuade in the Shiite faith but remember the Quran is what makes a Muslim not Hadiths and in the Quran EXPLICITLY it clearly mentions to all Muslims not to split up the religions into sects according to believes either through Hadiths or political reasons or any reason for that matter, there is no such thing as Shiite, Sunni or any other Muslim. There is only Islam and its practisers are ‘Muslims’ . The dajjal is mentioned in very many haddiths again it is not in the Quran and for good reason. Haddiths practise Sunnah according to MAN they are not divine Scripture like The Quran. Dajjal , Imam Mehdi story commonly accepted by both Sunnis and Shiias.
The Qur’an is undoubtedly first and foremost.
See the pages of Quran for yourself and see if you can find a single word on Dajjal and Imam Mehdi from the Quran. It’s all from the man-written Hadith.
Then the sects differed among themselves. Woe then Unto those who do Wrong because of the torment of an afflictive Day. They await but the Hour: that it should come upon them of a sudden, while they perceive not.
Allah Almighty has made it clear in the Noble Quran that the Last Day will come upon the people unawares.
And Allahs is the Unseen of the heavens and the earth, and the affair of the Hour will be not but as a flash of the eye, or it is even nearer, verily Allah is over everything Potent. [16 An-Nahl verse 77]