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THE New Testament tells us that the Anti-Christ is to appear in the Last Hour. The literal meaning of the Anti-Christ is someone who defies or opposes Jesus; although the Biblical references do not as faultlessly and completely define the Judeo-Christian materialistic civilization as the Dajjal like the Hadis do, further explanations will prove that the same has been referred to here. It is my personal opinion also, that this Anti-Christ referred to in the Bible, is nothing other than the Dajjal.
The literal meaning of the word Dajjal, as discussed earlier, denotes a dazzling impostor: a description to the letter of the Judeo-Christian materialistic civilization: replete with inventions of mind-boggling and dazzling proportions on one hand, while on the other, with complete detachment from the soul and spirituality, turns its followers into subhuman creatures.
The four instances of reference to the Anti- Christ in the Bible bear such obvious similarity to the Dajjal described by the Messenger of Allah, that they are hard to ignore. The following excerpts are from the New Testament of the Holy Scriptures. Except a few words that are different there is practically no difference between this and the Authorized or King James Version.
‘Young children, it is the Last Hour, and just as you have heard the Anti-Christ is coming, even now there have come to be many Anti-Christs; from which we gain the knowledge that it is the Last Hour.’[1] Two important similarities emerge between this quote and the Hadis of the Messenger of Allah. Both name the Last Hour or the Akheri Zamana as the Dajjal's era of appearance. Secondly the Messenger of Allah's expression of the word 'Dajjal' to describe other smaller tyrants, liars or cheats has similarly been employed.
‘Who is the liar if is not the one that denies Jesus is the Christ? This is the anti-Christ, the one that denies the Father and the Son.’[2] The Bible refers to the Dajjal in the same word the Messenger of Allah has used for it, the liar.
It should be borne in mind that in the deviated concept of the Christian faith, God is thought to be the Father, Jesus, His Son and they are deemed as a single entity. To deny either the Father or the Son, in Biblical analogy, is an act of denial of both, since they are mutually conclusive. This is exactly what the Dajjal bids us: to deny Allah and His Ordinance. The Messenger of Allah has informed us of this very thing of the Dajjal's claim to be lord and make us deny Allah in the matter of conducting our collective lives, in politics, economy, law, penal matters, judicial, social etc. except only in personal spiritual matters.
‘Every inspired expression that confesses Jesus Christ as having come in the flesh originates with God: but every inspired expression that does not confess Jesus does not originate with God. Furthermore, that is the Anti-Christ's (inspired expression) which you have heard was coming, and now it is already in the world.’[3] These lines echo the same thought as those expressed by the Messenger of Allah, that the Anti-Christ, the Dajjal is coming soon in the future and its subsequent denial of Jesus.
‘For many deceivers have gone forth in the world, persons not confessing Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh. This is the deceiver, and the Anti-Christ.’[4] While we read these excerpts, we need to bear in mind that this Bible we refer to has not remained the same as revealed to Jesus; just as the Aramaic spoken by him is no longer in use. Just as the Aramaic spoken by the Messenger Isa (as) is lost to mankind, similarly no Bible in that language exists in the world today either.[5] With the passage of time, the Bible was first translated into Greek, later on into Latin and many other different languages.
 [1] New Testament, The First Letter from John 2 : 18.
[2] New Testament, The First Letter from John 2 : 22.
[3] New Testament, The First Letter from John 4 : 2-3.
[4] New Testament, The Second Letter from John 1 : 7.
[5] During the last century, a Gospel was uncovered from the tomb of Barnabas, a close disciple of Isa (a.s); however the Christian clergy does not accept it as a book of merit because the teachings of Isa (Jesus) (a.s.) have remained more or less accurately in that Gospel, and are directly contradictory regarding fundamental issues to the Bibles in circulation today.