The 7 Gates of Madiah, visible today, prove a Hadith from Prophet Muhammad PBUH which confirmed that it would mark the final hour.
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The concept of Qiyamah and the appearance of Dajjal holds a significant place in Islam. Several Hadis and Quranic verses reveal the signs that will indicate the nearness of the emergence of Dajjal after which Qayamah will occur.
In the diverse history of Islamic customs, the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad has been a beacon for believers. Among these teachings, there is a Hadith about Medina’s gates.
The Prophet foretold that the dread triggered by Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal wouldn’t infiltrate Medina. At that time, Medina will have seven gates with two angels stationed to guard each gate.
7 Gates of Madinah and Dajjal
As we navigate the complexities of our modern world, it’s undeniable that signs of judgment and the coming of Dajjal seem to echo in current events. The emergence of seven gates in Medina is a tangible manifestation of the Hadith. Today, Medina indeed boasts seven gates, each serving as a passage into the heart of this blessed city.
While it’s natural to wonder whether such signs are indicative of the approaching Day of Judgment, it’s essential to maintain a balanced perspective. The exact timing of the appearance of Judgement and Dajjal is known only to Allah.
What we can do, however, is draw inspiration from the teachings of Islam to lead a life of piety, compassion, and self-improvement.
The emergence of seven gates in Medina raises questions about the nearing Day of Judgment. While it’s intriguing to consider this correlation, we must approach such matters with humility and deep respect for Allah’s divine wisdom.
As we witness the fulfillment of signs of Judgement, let us remember that our ultimate goal is to seek Allah’s pleasure and mercy. Whether these signs are a gentle reminder or not our task remains the same: to embrace faith, engage in righteous actions, and spread kindness in a world that often needs it the most.
Ultimately, the gates of our hearts should be open to Allah’s guidance, as we strive to live with purpose and devotion, regardless of the time that lies ahead.