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The Mahdi’s Surerior Moral Values

His Moral Values Will Be Similar To Those Of Our Prophet (saas)

Mahdi is totally submissive to Allah. He resembles the Prophet in terms of manners. (Barzanji, Al-Isha'ah, p. 163)

A son of mine will appear, whose manners will be just as mine.  (al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi,, p. 21)

Allah describes our Prophet’s (saas) superior moral values:

“And, doubtlessly, you are blessed with a great moral character.” (Surat al-Qalam, 4)

Believers Adopt His Moral Virtue As a Role Model

He attains divine virtue. He receives knowledge of the faith and exemplary moral virtue from Allah. (Konavi Risalet-ül Mehdi, p. 161 B)

The Qur’an reveals that our Prophet (saas) is the finest possible role model for true believers:

You have an excellent model in the Messenger of Allah, for all who put their hope in Allah and the Last Day and remember Allah much. (Surah al-Ahzab, 21)

He is Combative and Valiant

The days and nights will not end until a man from the Family of my House (the Mahdi), who will easily prevent disorder and who will not be dissuaded from doing so even by threatned to be killed, appears. (al-Suyuti, Portents of the Mahdi, p. 13)

The Mahdi will take the matter seriously. (Barzanji, Al-Isha'ah, p. 175)

He will continue his (intellectual) struggle until all people return to Allah. (al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar, p. 23)

The Mahdi will settle his account swiftly and will never break his promise. (al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi, p. 24)

If he faces the mountains, he will destroy them by making a passage through them. (al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar, p. 39)

Allah speaks of His messengers’ excellent moral values and valiant natures in many verses. They responded to their peoples’ denial, mockery, snares, and assaults in the finest possible manner and always overcame them, with Allah’s help.

Therefore, carry out the orders given to you and disregard the idol worshippers. (Surah Al-Hijr, 94)

Therefore, do not obey the unbelievers and strive mightily against them with this (Qur’an). (Surah al-Furqan, 52)

Those who respond to Allah and his Messenger, despite the persecution they suffer, and maintain their good works and lead a righteous life will have a great reward. (Surah Al ‘Imran, 172)

The Mahdi Has a Great Fear and Respect of Allah

The Mahdi fears and respects Allah like the trembling of a bird’s wing.  (Nu`aym ibn Hammad, vr 91a)

The Mahdi is Very Compassionate

The Mahdi will be so merciful that in his day nobody’s nose will bleed. (al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar, p. 42)

His compassion for the poor is one of the signs of the Mahdi. (Fera Idu Fevaidi'l Fiqr,)

He has great compassion for the wronged.  (Nu’aym ibn Hammad, vr. 50b; Al-Uqayli, An-Najmu al-Saqib, )

In listing the Mahdi’s characteristics, the great Islamic scholar Ibn al-Arabi refers to his superior compassionate thus:

1 He has foresight,
2 He understands the Book,
3 He knows the meaning of verses,
4 He knows that state and actions of those he will assign,
5 He will still be compassionate and just even when angered,
6 He knows the classes of beings,
7 He knows the intricate aspects of affairs,
8 He has a sound understanding of people’s needs, and
9 The manifestation of secret things in his time, because only then will he be able to resolve any problems that may arise.
(Signs of the Judgment Day, p. 189)

The Mahdi Hasa Powerful Urge to Defend Islam

The hadiths say that the Mahdi’s protective instincts are very powerful. He will respond to every word spoken and neutralize every action taken against Islam.

Even a single word spoken against Islam will offend him. (al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar, p. 30)

The Mahdi is Indebted to Nobody

He is from my community, a man who does not lower himself (who feels gratitude only toward Allah).  (al-Suyuti, Al-Havi, 2/24)

The Mahdi Will Not Tell People of His Needs

Hussain was asked: “By what signs will the Mahdi be known?” He replied, “… People will need him, but he will express his needs to no one.” (Fera Idu Fevaidi'l Fiqr, )

The Mahdi’s Assumption of Responsibility

He assumes all duties and helps the weak and lowly. (Muhyiddin ibn al-Arabi Futuhat al-Makkiye, 366, vol. 3, p. 327- 28)

The Mahdi’s Splendor

Hussain (ra) was asked: “By what signs will the Mahdi be known?” He replied: “By his ease of heart and dignity, by his knowing what is lawful and what is unlawful.”  (Fera Idu Fevaidi'l Fiqr)

The Mahdi Will Uphold the Truth Against Cruelty

The Mahdi will defend the truth against the oppressors. Indeed, he will extract the molar tooth (anything unjustly held) of a (cruel) person and restore it to its rightful owner.  (Al-Uqayli, Al-Najmu al-Saqib)

The Mahdi’s Purity

At a time of (systems) change, a man known as the Mahdi will come. He will be pure and beautiful. (Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi, p. 14)

He will appear at a time of strife, and his purity will be unmatched. (al-Haythami, Al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar, p. 24)

The Mahdi’s Generosity

There will be a caliph in the end times who will distribute goods without counting or calculating them. (Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi, p. 15)

A leader will come from your leaders, and he will not count goods. Whenever he is asked for something, he will say: “Take it.” That person will then lay out his shirt and fill it. (Ibid., p. 15)

 

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