Scores of the filthy rich Jews mostly living in America, UK, and Europe are purchasing the world’s costliest graves in a compound of Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Al-Aqsa Mosque has separate vast compounds where Jews and Muslims are buried after their death. Some Pakistanis who recently visited Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem told The Truth International that affluent Jews are buying their graves in advance in Al-Aqsa Compound, earmarked for Jews, and paying up to $100,000 (PKRs 15 million) for each grave. This is the highest price of one grave in compound reserved for Jews. However, the lowest rate for a grave for Jews is about $50,000. Israel’s recent attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque and bombing in Gaza demonstrate their frustration for grabbing more territory from Palestinians.
Why are Jews buying the world’s costliest graves in Al-Aqsa compound is a question that surfaces in the minds of the readers? Jews believe that “Dajjal” will descend in a compound of Al-Aqsa Mosque and all the Jews buried there would join his force after their resurrection and support his mission. Dajjal is an evil figure in the Islamic eschatology and he is to appear, pretending to be al-Masih (i.e. the Messiah), before the Day of Resurrection.
Al-Aqsa is the name of the silver-domed mosque inside a 35-acre compound referred to as al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, by Muslims. It is located in the Old City of Jerusalem, which has been designated a World Heritage site by the United Nations cultural agency, UNESCO, and is important to the three Abrahamic religions. The site has been the most contested piece of territory in the Holy Land since Israel occupied East Jerusalem, including the Old City, in 1967, along with the West Bank, and Gaza Strip. However, the conflict dates even further back, to before the creation of Israel. The compound’s religious significance: For Muslims, the Noble Sanctuary hosts Islam’s third holiest site, the al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Dome of the Rock, a seventh-century structure believed to be where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.
Dajjal will be an anti-messianic figure, comparable to the Antichrist in Christian eschatology and Armilus in medieval Jewish eschatology. Dajjal’s post-emergence signs include:
- 70,000 Jews from Isfahan, Iran will pledge allegiance to Dajjal wearing Persian traditional shawls.
- He will do miracles and yield resources (minerals, food) from land by his power.
- He will lay siege across the world except the Islamic holy cities (Makkah Mukarrama and Medina Monawara).
- He will alter the coastal tides and bring chilled winds across the Red Sea.
Meanwhile, according to a hadith, Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is said to have prophesied that the Masih ad-Dajjal would be the last of a series of 30 Dajjals or “deceivers”. Dajjal will be blind in the right eye that would look like a bulging out grape. Dajjal would travel the whole world, enter every city except Mecca and Medina, and influence people to follow his false religion. Muhammad (PBUH) is reported to have exhorted his followers to recite the first and last ten verses of Sura Al-Kahf (chapter 18 in the Quran) as protection from the mischiefs of Dajjal.
Hazrat Ali (RA) was reported to have said: Dajjal’s right eye will be punctured and his left eye would be raised to his forehead that will be sparkling like a star. Only the true believers will be able to see the word “Kafir” [disbeliever] on his forehead. There will be big mountains of smoke at front and backsides of his caravan. People will anticipate food within those mountains, during the severe famine. All rivers, falling in his way, will become dry and he will call upon people in a loud voice, “O my friends come to me! I am your lord who has made your limbs and given you sustenance.”