Islamic View on the Return of Jesus

Imran Hosein

Peace be upon him.

8 Responses to “ Imran Hosein – Islamic View on the Return of Jesus ”

  1. Hassan says:

    Masha Allah I love listening to Maulana Imran’s lectures. May Allah reward him for his great work, ameen.

  2. Warsame Mohamed says:


    I have notice that modern age TAATOOS becoming more common and fashon.

    If you look at the history of TAATOOS, early days started on the bottum by meaning legs,

    The more genaration passes, is keep going up then people started writting a name or what they like on their stomach front/back and arms not anymore on the legs,

    then this genaration seems like or I have notice people write TAATOOS on their kneck.

    So Iam assuuming further more, for the new genaration coming in the future they will write TAATOOS on their head of forhead.

    Is amaising that our Prophet (PUHM) Said that Dajjal will have a written on his forhead says the letter KAAFIR. Means future genaration we will see more people writing TAATOOS on their forhead and will become common.

    So when DAJJAL appears, not only him will have a TAATOOS written on the forhead, but so many of the people of that time as well.

    Salama Clykm

  3. Hassan says:

    1- There are non muslims who dont like tatoos and dont agree with it.
    2-The prophet pbuh said ‘only the believers can see ‘Kafir’ in front head of Dajjal. So here again there are non believers who dont agree with tatoos so am sure they can read it if they see it.

    Allah knows best

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  5. sport says:

    Interestling, could you update often?

  6. Khalid says:

    The title of this lecture was “The Islamic view on the return of Jesus.”
    We know that all the prophets/messengers that came, only preached Islam, peace and submission to the will of Allah. Prophet Abraham( Ibrahim)pbuh was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but he was a true muslim, a believer in Islamic monotheism.This is stated in the Quran. The point I wish to make is this: Is there a difference between Islamic belief and Quranic belief? Which belief is 100% concrete Al-Haqq, Thee Truth, with a capital “T” and which can be fallible. I would state that the Quran is Al-Haqq and that Islamic belief when it does not take its evidence from the Quran can be at fault.
    Where in the Quran does it state that Hazrat Eesa is coming back?
    It is only when muslims start to accept the man-made hadith as “gospel truth” that we end up in a bit of a mess! Allah states that the Quran is “The best Hadith” (39:23), if you read the arabic you will see the word “hadith”, if you read any English translation you will not find the word hadith.
    Hasbuna khitab-Allah, SUFFICIENT FOR US IS THE QURAN. This was a phrase oft spoken by the early sahaba when they heard of things being propogated by people around who tried to bring in ideas to Islam.
    Islam should ONLY be the Quran majeed, we should take judgement and our evidence from the Quran.

    With Respect.
    wa-salam, wa-salat

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