Sheikh Imran Hosein is one of the world’s most accomplished Islamic scholars – and undoubtedly THE leading Islamic scholar of Islamic eschatology and world events. (If you can find any other Islamic scholars who are in his league on those topics, please let me know!)
Today, Sheikh Imran Hosein and I will take up where yesterday’s conversation with Bishop Richard Williamson left off, concerning the spiritual/religious dimension of contemporary history.
In the wake of the Boston bombing, Sheikh Imran Hosein says that the American people are awakening to the reality of false-flag terrorism and other forms of mind-control, and that this “great awakening” has both positive and negative possibilities.
On the negative side, the Sheikh believes that 9/11 was designed by its Zionist New World Order perpetrators to destroy America – not so much by the physical damage inflicted that day, but by the long-term destruction of Americans’ faith in their country and its leaders. In other words, the Zionist perpetrators of 9/11 WANTED the 9/11 truth movement to come along; they presumably even designed 9/11 in such a way as to “get caught” by a growing minority of concerned citizens. Their purpose: To take down the USA and then the other superpowers, leaving the world open to domination by the Zionist New World Order, headquartered in Occupied Jerusalem and presided over by the Antichrist.
On the positive side, Americans’ “great awakening” to 9/11 truth and the ubiquity of state-sponsored false-flag terrorism may be snowballing out of the Zionists’ control. The 9/11 truth movement is increasingly unanimous in viewing 9/11 as basically a Zionist operation. If Americans awaken to the real truth about who did 9/11 – it was the Zionist agents of the New World Order, not the US government as such – they may be able to save their country.
Another positive aspect of the “great awakening”: It offers unprecedented spiritual opportunities. Sheikh Imran quotes a scriptural passage stating that those who bear witness to truth in these, the “akhir uz-zaman” end times, will earn as high a station in Paradise as the bravest of the early Companions of the Prophet, pbuh. (Non-Muslims who “patiently persist in bearing witness to truth” may also expect a high spiritual reward, in my opinion anyway, since God is just and everyone is perfectly rewarded for their deeds and intentions…while Muslims who do NOT follow this Qur’anic bit of advice, and refuse to walk in the difficult path of the prophet and companions but instead allow fear of the powerful and love of the dunya to keep them silent and cowed, are likely candidates for the lowest places in hellfire.)