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Dajjal (01) The Omen

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Dajjal is an urdu translation of long english novel series The Omen. The Omen series has five novels named, The Omen, Damien, The Final Conflict, Armageddon, The Abomination. The series have been written by many writers (David Seltzer, Joseph Howard, Gordon McGill) but all novels are based on the arrival of (Anti Christ) and birth and rise of Biblical Beast (666 Beast). Jews are waiting for this Anti-Christ for thousands of years, who will give them power to rule the world. The followers of Devil (Satan) Anti-Christ and all Evil Forces are making grounds for the arrival of their Evil Lord and future rule of the world by planting their members in White House and USA government, as well as Key Posts in Governments of Most Powerful Nations, capturing the energy sources, food production sources. Multi National Companies mostly run by Jews and Anti-Christ Forces are playing major roles in this campaign. We hope Aleem's fan will also like this novel as they approved other Novels already published on kitaabghar.com
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Submission Date 12/20/09 (Edited 01/05/10)

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ahsanfarooq
ahsanfarooq
Posted 12/05/12 - 18:37:47:

mjy ye novel bot pasnd hain main kai bar parh chuka hun pr hr bar new lagte hian Allem sb bot acha likhte hian mjy ink novl bot pasnd hain sb he parhne ki try klrta hun Allem sb aise novl zayda likha kren nod
Knight_Aries
Knight_Aries
Posted 10/12/12 - 19:01:08:

Its much interesting, informatic & horror novel. I've read both parts n during reading novel I've been using to see yagaiel's wall, dajjal'l pic ect at Google....but ........I think I'll feel thirst til I read the end of Dajjadl......?
ak
ak
Posted 06/21/12 - 07:32:38:

Awesome nice novel but same hollywood movie i see already
Aftab Shah
Aftab Shah
Posted 03/06/12 - 14:46:22:

smilewinkgrinnod Wwwoooowwww..... Amazing, Thrill aur suspense is damn good. kuch jagah to mere khoon ki speed tez hogayi thi.. amazing novel and awesome translation..thnx.
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Posted 08/02/10 - 03:54:20:

Mun'am wrote:
Discussion over Qur'ran and Hadeeth is a dangerous ground, we better not go in details.

I am also not big fan of ahadeeth, cos many ahadeeth apparently clashes with Qur'an. Another reason is Qur'an is GOD's word and ahadeeth are man's words (reported through a long chain of narrators)

But its also a fact that many of the DOs and DONT's mentioned in Qur'an are explained in ahadeeth and through Prophet's Sunnah. The biggest example is Namaz (Salat). Qur'an commands muslim to establish Salat but does not tell the procedure (Qayam, Ruku, Sajda, Qaada, Salamz) etc., The Prophet explained this and taught us and this all was reported through Ahadeeth.

Qur'ran established major rules and draws a wider boundary for everything, whereas ahadeeth goes in deep and explains details. Another example is form of government. Should it be democracy? or Dictatorship ? or a group (majlis shoora / cabinet). In the beginning, it was kind of democracy (some wise-men picked up a person as caliph) later it turned more into dictatorship and then a complete imperialism.

The reason behind compilation of ahadeeth after some 250-300 years is, they only felt then the need of ahadeeth / sunnah. In early days people were very much aware of and eye-witness of what prophet and his close sahabas were doing in life. Plus when problems and variations started to arise in Muslim Society especially outside of Arab, only then they felt to record and follow the sunnah of prophet and his sayings about many other things.

So in my humble opinion, we should consider ahadeeth too but SHOULD NOT give priorities to ahadeeth over Qur'ran.

Just some thoughts smile

How are your X-Mass and New Year vacations goingon? happy/busy i hope/guess?

Mun'am





i have nt read the story yet so i am nt gonna comment on the story but i jus wanna say we cant ignore ahadeese. we should give equal attention to ahadeese and Quran. so plz dont make comments like this and plz dont try to (naauzubillah) degrade ahadeese. and like u said in back days ppl were with the prophet they knew the ahadeese better and ur doubtfull about ahadeese these days, i jus wanna say ur nt perfectly sure that they r wrong so plz dont use the word doubt and misslead othe ppl. thank you
aftab shah
aftab shah
Posted 05/28/10 - 10:50:31:

smilewinkgrinnodnod buhut zabbardast novel hai mujhe buhut maza aaya...suspense aur thrill aur drama ko writer ne buhut hi khubsoorat indaaz mein likha hai i love it very much...great.....awsome.....hands up and claps for this novel and series.....
Nawab
Nawab
Posted 03/19/10 - 16:04:28:

It is really good I hope I will be able to read second part of this Novel as early as possible.
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Posted 02/16/10 - 22:01:31:

The Third and Last Part of Dajjal Series is coming up this weekend. So be ready

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v good bt main w8 kar rahi hon ic k next part ka plzzzzzzzznod
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Posted 02/16/10 - 09:56:29:

v good bt main w8 kar rahi hon ic k next part ka plzzzzzzzznod
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Posted 01/04/10 - 20:25:06:

Mun'am wrote:
Discussion over Qur'ran and Hadeeth is a dangerous ground, we better not go in details.

I am also not big fan of ahadeeth, cos many ahadeeth apparently clashes with Qur'an. Another reason is Qur'an is GOD's word and ahadeeth are man's words (reported through a long chain of narrators)

But its also a fact that many of the DOs and DONT's mentioned in Qur'an are explained in ahadeeth and through Prophet's Sunnah. The biggest example is Namaz (Salat). Qur'an commands muslim to establish Salat but does not tell the procedure (Qayam, Ruku, Sajda, Qaada, Salamz) etc., The Prophet explained this and taught us and this all was reported through Ahadeeth.

Qur'ran established major rules and draws a wider boundary for everything, whereas ahadeeth goes in deep and explains details. Another example is form of government. Should it be democracy? or Dictatorship ? or a group (majlis shoora / cabinet). In the beginning, it was kind of democracy (some wise-men picked up a person as caliph) later it turned more into dictatorship and then a complete imperialism.

The reason behind compilation of ahadeeth after some 250-300 years is, they only felt then the need of ahadeeth / sunnah. In early days people were very much aware of and eye-witness of what prophet and his close sahabas were doing in life. Plus when problems and variations started to arise in Muslim Society especially outside of Arab, only then they felt to record and follow the sunnah of prophet and his sayings about many other things.

So in my humble opinion, we should consider ahadeeth too but SHOULD NOT give priorities to ahadeeth over Qur'ran.

Just some thoughts smile

How are your X-Mass and New Year vacations goingon? happy/busy i hope/guess?




Mun'am





You are right, it is dangerous ground, but someone need to say something ….
I only think if I am a writer and I want to say something I will say in my book and will not say ok now go and read the other book written by different writers and figure it out what I want you to do ……………now we are talking about Allah and expect all that ……..something to think about ……

My vacation went really good, I am back to work and ready to face the New Year, how about you????



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