SIGNS OF THE DAY OF JUDGMENT – A LIST – YAWM AL QIYYAMA SIGNS

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

List of the Minor Signs of the Hour

According to Qur’an & Hadeeth

 

Signs which have already occurred…

  1. The sending of our Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh)
  2. The death of our Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh)
  3. The splitting of the moon
  4. Disappearance of the noble Companions (may Allah be pleased with them)
  5. Conquest of Jerusalem
  6. Widespread death like murrain or sheep
  7. Prevalence of turmoil (Fitnah) of all kinds
  8. Prevalence of satellite channels
  9. The Prophet’s foretelling of the Battle of Siffeen
  10. The emergence of the Khawaarij
  11. Claims of Prophethood by charlatans and liars
  12. Spread of security and prosperity
  13. Appearance of fire in the Hijaz.
  14. Fighting the Turks
  15. Appearance of unjust men who beat the people with whips
  16. A great deal of killing
  17. Loss of honesty and its disappearance from people’s hearts
  18. Following the ways of nations who came before
  19. The slave woman giving birth to her mistress
  20. Appearance of women who are clothed yet naked
  21. Barefoot, naked shepherds’ competing in the construction of lofty buildings
  22. Greeting only those whom one knows
  23. Widespread trade
  24. Women taking part in business with their husbands
  25. Domination by some traders of the market
  26. False testimony
  27. Withholding true testimony
  28. Prevalence or ignorance
  29. Widespread stinginess and miserliness
  30. Severing ties of kinship
  31. Being a bad neighbor
  32. Spread of indecency
  33. Honest people being regarded as treacherous and treacherous people being trusted
  34. Death of prominent and noble people and the prevalence of ignoble people
  35. Not caring about the source of wealth and whether it is Halaal or Haraam
  36. Fay’ will become limited to some people to the exclusion or others
  37. When the entrusted item is regarded like booty
  38. People will pay their Zakaah reluctantly and Zakaah will be regarded as a penalty
  39. Knowledge will be sought for a reason other than for the sake of Allah
  40. Obedience to wives and disobedience to mothers
  41. Bringing friends close and keeping fathers away
  42. Raising voices in the mosque
  43. Evildoers becoming leaders of their tribes
  44. The leader of the people will be the vilest or them
  45. Showing respect to a man for fear of his evil
  46. Adultery being regarded as permissible
  47. Silk being regarded as permissible
  48. Alcohol being regarded as permissible
  49. Musical instruments being regarded as permissible
  50. Wishing for death
  51. The coming of a time when a man will be a believer in the morning and a disbeliever in the evening
  52. Adornment of mosques and competition therein
  53. Adornment of houses
  54. Frequency of storms as the Hour draws nigh
  55. Prevalence of literacy
  56. Earning money by means of speaking and boasting about one’s eloquence
  57. Spread of books other than the Qur’an
  58. A time in which there will be many readers but few Fuqaha and Scholars
  59. Seeking knowledge from people who are insignificant
  60. Sudden death
  61. Rulership of the foolish
  62. Time passing more quickly
  63. The foolish will speak
  64. The most fortunate of the people in worldly matters will be Luka’ ibn Luka’ (an evil person)
  65. Taking the mosques as thoroughfares
  66. Dowries becoming expensive and then cheap
  67. Horses becoming expensive and then cheap
  68. Markets becoming closer together
  69. Nations calling one another to get together against the Muslim Ummah (nation)
  70. People not wanting to lead the prayer
  71. Fulfillment of the believer’s dreams
  72. Prevalence of lying
  73. Discord among the people
  74. A lot of earthquakes
  75. A lot of women
  76. Few men
  77. Prevalence and open flaunting of immorality
  78. Taking money for reading Qur’an
  79. Obesity will become widespread among the people
  80. Appearance of people who will give testimony when they are not asked to do so
  81. Appearance of people who will make vows and not fulfill them
  82. The strong devouring the weak
  83. Not ruling in accordance with that which Allah revealed
  84. Large numbers of Romans and small numbers of Arabs

 

Signs some of which arguably may have have occured,

and others that have not appeared yet

  1. Great abundance of wealth among the people
  2. The earth giving up its treasure
  3. Transformation
  4. Landslides
  5. Pelting (with stones)
  6. Rain against which houses of brick cannot offer any protection
  7. Rain will fall from the sky but the earth will not bring forth anything
  8. Tribulation which will utterly destroy the Arabs
  9. Trees speaking
  10. Rocks speaking and supporting the Muslim
  11. Muslims fighting the Jews
  12. The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold
  13. The coming of a time when a man will be given the choice of being labeled incompetent or committing immorality
  14. Arabia becoming meadows and rivers once more
  15. Fitnat Al-ahlaas (a lengthy and intense tribulation)
  16. Fitnat Al-sarra (a tribulation caused by luxury and a life of ease)
  17. Fitnat Al-duhayma (a huge tribulation)
  18. A time when one prostration will be equivalent to this world and everything in it
  19. The new moon looking bigger than usual
  20. A time when there will be no one left but he will go and live in Al-Shaam (the Levant)
  21. A great battle between the Muslims and the Romans
  22. The conquest of Constantinople Details or the campaign in another report
  23. No inheritance will be divided
  24. The people will not rejoice over booty
  25. People will go back to ancient weapons and mounts
  26. Jerusalem will flourish
  27. Madeenah will be in ruins, devoid of inhabitants and visitors
  28. Madeenah will be cleansed of its evil people as the bellows eliminates the dross of iron
  29. Removal of the mountains from their places
  30. The appearance of a man frorn Qahtaan who will be obeyed by the people
  31. Appearance of a man called Al-Jahjaah
  32. Wild animals and inanimate objects will speak
  33. The end of a whip will speak
  34. A shoelace will speak
  35. A man’s thigh will give news of his family
  36. The Hour will not begin until Islam diminishes
  37. The Qur’an will disappear from the Mus-hafs (copies or the Qur’an) and from people’s hearts
  38. An army that will seek to attack the Kabah and will be swallowed up by the earth, from the first to the last of them
  39. Hajj to the sacred House of Allah will be abandoned
  40. Some Arab tribes will go back to worshiping idols
  41. The tribe of Quraysh will die out
  42. Destruction of the Kabah at the hands of a man from Abyssinia
  43. The sending of a pleasant wind that will take the souls of the believers
  44. The buildings of Makkah becoming high
  45. The last of his Ummah cursing the first of it
  46. New means of transportation (…cars etc)
  47. The appearance of the Mahdi 

THE SIGN WHICH TIES THE MINOR SIGNS  WITH THE MAJOR SIGNS 

IS THE APPEARANCE OF IMAM MAHDI.

SAHIH MUSLIM

كتاب الفتن وأشراط الساعة
The Book of Tribulations and Portents of the Last Hour
Chapter: The Hour Will Not Begin Until A Man Passes By Another Man’s Grave And Wishes That He Was In The Place Of The Deceased, Because Of Calamity
بَاب لَا تَقُومُ السَّاعَةُ حَتَّى يَمُرَّ الرَّجُلُ بِقَبْرِ الرَّجُلِ فَيَتَمَنَّى أَنْ يَكُونَ مَكَانَ الْمَيِّتِ مِنْ الْبَلَاءِ

Abu Nadra reported:

“We were in the company of Jabir b. ‘Abdullah that he said it may happen that the people of Iraq may not send their qafiz and dirhams (their measures of food stuff and their money). We said: Who would be responsible for it? He said: The non-Arabs would prevent them. He again said: There is the possibility that the people of Syria may not send their dinars and mudds. We said: Who would be responsible for it? He said this prevention would be made by the Romans. He (Jabir b. Abdullah) kept quiet for a while and then reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) having said there would be a caliph in the last (period) of my Ummah who would freely give handfuls of wealth to the people without counting it. I said to Abu Nadra and Abu al-‘Ala: Do you mean ‘Umar b. ‘Abd al-Aziz? They said: No (he would be Imam Mahdi).

والله تعالى أعلم

وصلى اللهم وسلم وبارك على نبينا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه والتابعين

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