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Does Hazrat Mahdi (as) belong to an Islamic school? No. Is Hazrat Mahdi (as) Sunni? No. Alawite? No. It is like the period of our Prophet (saas), the period of the Companions of our Prophet (saas). HAZRAT MAHDİ (AS) HAS THE CREED OF OUR PROPHET (SAAS). THEREFORE THERE CAN BE NO PROBLEM OF DİVİSİON, DİSİNTEGRATİON, OR A PROBLEM OF AUTHORİTY AMONG MUSLİMS.
Bediuzzaman says that the denominations would only be valid until the appearance of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). The denominations are valid as of now but at the time of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) they will be abolished. Hazrat Mahdi will not be a subject to any denomination, he will act according to his own opinion.
Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will administer the commands of Allah. He will resolve differences in religion. Hypocrites will find what Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) calls them to follow to be very hard for them. They will accuse the Mahdi (pbuh); with associating partners to Allah, with perversion and with being a profane. However Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will be victorious, insha'Allah.
They have attempted to set Alawites against the Sunnis. We said; “We love Alawites very dearly, we love Shias very dearly, we love Wahabbis dearly, we would never let anyone say a word against them.” We have thus wiped out that mentality as well. With this determination we are walking on a new path and we are moving forward every single day.
Establishing unity and togetherness is one of my goals. Is there anyone else who loves other religious denominations and other religions as much as I do? Is there anyone else who shows this much love to Jews, who shows this much love to the Christians, is there anyone else who hold Alevis high esteem and who holds Shias and Wahhabis in high esteem?
The portents of the End Times are explained in the Qur'an sometimes in a concealed and sometimes in an explicit manner. God refers to the End Times when He mentions disintegrated Muslims. That is because ever since the time of our Prophet (saas), this is the first time Muslims are divided into this many religious orders, groups and communities.
You ask him "what is your religion?" and he responds by telling you his sect. Well, are you not responsible of abiding by the Qur'an? You are saying I am abiding by this sect. Where does it write in the Qur'an to abide by a sect? God only mentions abiding by the Qur'an. Where did you come up with the idea of abiding by a sect?
If you abide by different sects instead of abiding by the Qur'an, it would be unlawful. If God says; "I have sent you the Qur'an. Where did you come up with those sects?" What would you have said? If God asks; "Are you going to abide by the Qur'an or the sects?" what would we say? We are of course responsible of abiding by the Qur'an.
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