Talk:Prophecies in the Quran

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Hadith section removed

I've removed the Hadith Prophecies section, as I am currently locating all the references for them. I have a whole heap of my own to add to the section when I finally get it all done. I was going to add the Hadith Prophecies to a seperate page and link to it from this one. I've also got a lot more to add to the Quranic Prophecies section and the page it getting quite large, which is another reason to move the hadiths to another page. Lemme know if anyone has any objections.

Sanitarium 08:43, 26 December 2006 (CST)

Hi Sanitarium, sure that sounds like a good idea. --Whale 11:52, 26 December 2006 (CST)

I'm trying the find the exact text of a Berber prophecy (circa 1100 CE) that foretells the rebirth and return of Aisha - a very angry Aisha - accompanied by a wrathful angel named Qaila - "to show men how they have fallen into error." The prophet was Mohammed ibn Tumart, a powerful emir and known to be something of a feminist. Part of it says, "Her words will ride the lightning; they will be as shooting stars." Some say those words might also have foretold the internet.(User: Marbella)

Hi Marbella, welcome here. I found this on the internet here, hope it helps:
Thanks to a friend in Rabat, Morocco, here's the full text of the prophecy as translated from the original Berber. The prophet is Mohammed ibn Tumart who ruled Morocco's Almohad clan and much of Morocco and Moorish Spain as well.
"The Lady of the Camel will come, born again, to show men that they have fallen into error. She comes to raise up the women of Islam. She comes to teach and she comes to bring justice. It is not revealed when, but she will come. She will be of the East, but turn your eyes to the West because that is where her banner will unfurl. She will have grown up among you, dressed in white, pure of heart, until the day when she reaches full womanhood. The flame-haired angel, Qaila, sent to guide her and protect her, will, on that day, reveal to her that she is the Lady of the Camel reborn. She will know that it is true and she will come. She will speak to all nations with words writ on wind. Her words will ride the lightning. They will be as shooting stars. And the angel, Qaila, will be with her, sword in hand. Woe to those who would deny the truth of her words. Woe to those who would silence her. Woe to those who would slay her. The angel, Qaila, will send them to hell."
--Whale 16:01, 27 December 2006 (CST)

Did I break something? Does anyone else see that black line on the left hand side of the article? ie check | here. Its only on a section of the article.

I see the line in Firefox. It doesnt come up in IE. I dont know how to fix it too, hm, strange. But I didnt notice it much. Great additions! This is lookin like a good series of articles that could be split into pages and we could have a template on the left like for this series: Unclear Quran. What do you think? Maybe if it was split, the line would go away too. If you're ok with the splitting up, you dont have to worry about it. I will do this or have it done later some other time. --Whale 07:54, 19 December 2008 (PST)
Oh no problem then! I thought I broke something! Yes I was thinking the article was getting HUGE but I don't know how to split it. Would you mind doing it? Whatever changes you make are fine with me go right ahead :) Sanitarium 08:32, 19 December 2008 (PST)
Sure, I will keep it on the backburner to split all the sections into their own pages. I dont know when but it might be a while. --Whale 09:00, 19 December 2008 (PST)
pfffft whenever you get to it is cool. Remember you're talking to someone who took ~ a year to finish the hijab article LOL Sanitarium 09:05, 19 December 2008 (PST)