Hadith of Tamim Daari Concerning the Spreading of Islam.
“This Deen shall definitely reach wherever the day and the night reach. Allah shall enter this Deen into every baked and unbaked home with either great honor or terrible disgrace. Allah SWT will grant the honor to lslam and the people of Islam, while the disgrace will go to kufr (and its people).”
Tamim Daari RA says, “I saw the reality of this in my own family. Those who accepted Islam were blessed with good, honour and respect while those who remained Kuffaar suffered disgrace, humiliation and had to pay the Jizya.”(3)
Tamim al-Dari Biography
Originally a Christian priest, al-Dari lived in Afghanistan and belonged to the Bani al-Dar—a clan of the Banu Lakhm tribal confederation. His first contact with Rasulullah SAW was in 628 CE when he led a delegation of ten other Bani al-Dar members. Previously Rasulullah SAW granted Bani al-Dar a part of the revenues of conquered land after the Muslim victory at the Battle of Khaibar. Al-Dari confronted Rasulullah SAW to receive the revenues and after meeting him, al-Dari embraced Islam and settled in Medina.
After his conversion, Al-Dari became an adviser to Rasulullah SAW, particularly on public worship. His advice included the introduction of oil lamps in mosques. In addition to being an adviser, he is traditionally considered to be the first narrator of Islamic religious stories. Many of his stories included ones on the end of the world, beasts and the coming of the Antichrist. His wife thought he was dead and married to another man. The matter was communicated to Caliph Umar RA, and he referred it to Ali RA who said that the Prophet has foreseen all that would happen to Tamim and left the wife to have her own choice between the two husbands. The wife however decided to go back to Tamim Al-Dari.
Prior to the demise of Rasulullah SAW, Al-Dari was granted a large fief for control of Hebron, Beit Einun and the surrounding area, although at that time Palestine was still under Byzantine control.The deed was written up by Saidina Ali RA and when the caliph Saidina Umar Ibn Khattab RA and his Rashidun army conquered Palestine, al-Dari acquired the territory. Since, he had only one daughter and no sons, after Al-Dari’s death, the heirs of the Hebron fiefdom would be the descendants of his brother Nu’aim. Originally, Al-Dari’s role as the ruler of the fiefdom was to collect land taxes. He was forbidden to enslave any of the locals or sell their property. In 655 CE, al-Dari left Medina to reside in his native Palestine where he died in 661.According to tradition, he is buried in the town of Bayt Jibrin (in the vicinity of Hebron), destroyed by Israel in 1948.
Today his shrine is abandoned, it is located just north to Kibbutz Beit Guvrin
Tamim Al Dari Encounter with Dajjal (Antichrist)
Rasulullah SAW once gathered the Muslims in the masjid and said: “I have kept you here because Tamim ad-Dari, a Christian man who has embraced Islam, told me something which agrees with what I have told you about the Dajjal. He told me that he had sailed in a ship with thirty men from Banu Lakham and Banu Judham. The waves tossed them about for a month, then they came near an island at sunset. They approached the island on the ship’s rafts, and landed. They were met by a beast that was so hairy that they could not tell its front from its back.
| Beisan or Bet Sheam is located in the North Palestine, famous for its good dates and fruits many decades ago. Beisan is one of the most fertile land in Palestine. Dates and other fruits the main form of cultivation. However the Israel occupation, residents and their agriculture plot were seize by the illegal Zionist Israel community.
Beisan in relation to Dajjal, meaning that ” the dajjal may appear soon, and the most significant sign when no more dates palm tree grown in Beisan
|Jewish settlers – 1997 – confiscourt
Jews from elsewhere , occupy Beisan to settle on the land own by Palestinian in 1997. The dates palm tree of Beisan were cleared and burn by the Jews.
Now Beisan or Baysan known as Bet Sheim in Israel , a new modern settlement of the Jews.
The extinction of date palm trees in Beisan, is another sign, the world is coming towards its end with dajjal or antichrist to appear.
o them.’”They said: ‘Woe to you! What are you?’
It said: ‘I am al-Jassasah.’ They said: ‘What is al-Jassasah?’
It said: ‘O people, go to this man in the monastery, for he is very eager to know about you.’
Tamim said that when it named a person to us we were afraid lest it be a devil. Tamim said, ‘We quickly went to the monastery. There we found a huge man with his hands tied up to his neck and with iron shackles between his legs up to the ankles.
We said: ‘Woe to you, who are you?’
It said: ‘You will soon know about me. Tell me who you are.’
We said: ‘We are people from Arabia. We sailed on a ship, but the waves have been tossing us about for a month, and they brought us to your island, where we met a beast which was so hairy that we could not tell its front from itsback.
We said to it: ‘Woe to you what are you?’ She said: ‘I am al-Jassasah.’ We asked: ‘What is al-Jassasah?’ and it told us: ‘Go to this man in the monastery, for he is very eager to know about you.’ So we came to you quickly, fearing that it might be a devil.’
The man said: ‘Tell me about the date-palms of Beisan.’
We said: ‘What do you want to know about them’?’
He said: ‘I want to know whether these trees bear fruits or not.’
We said ‘Yes’.
He said: ‘Soon they will not bear fruits.’ Then he said: ‘Tell me about the lake of Tabariyah (in Palestine).’
We said: ‘What do you want to know about it?’
He said: ‘Is there water in it’?’
We said: ‘There is plenty of water in it.’
He said: ‘Soon it will become dry.’ Then he said: ‘Tell me about the spring of Zughar.’
We asked: ‘What do you want to know about it’?’
He asked: ‘Is there water in it, and does it irrigate the land’?’
We said: ‘Yes, there is plenty of water in it, and the people use it to irrigate the land.’
Then he said: ‘Tell me about the illiterate Prophet Muhammad, what has he done?’
We said: ‘He has left Makkah and settled in Yathrib (later Madinah).’
He said: ‘Do the Arabs fight against him’?’
We said ‘Yes’.
He said: ‘How does he deal with them?’
So we told him that Rasulullah SAW had overcome the Arabs around him and that they had followed him.
He asked: ‘Has it really happened?’
We said yes.
He said: ‘It is better for them that they follow him. Now I will tell you about myself. I am the Dajjal. I will soon be permitted to leave this place: I will emerge and travel about the Earth. In forty nights, I will pass through every town, except Makkah and Madinah, for these have been forbidden to me. Every time I try to enter either of them, I will be met by an angel bearing an unsheathed sword, who will prevent me from entering. There will be angels guarding them at every passage leading t
|Lake Tabariyyah.. where the water level getting lower every year.