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A,LLAH

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. iSA,S PASI

B. F I RST BEGOTTEN OF THE

DEAD

4 FALSE PROPHETS

5 DAJJAL: THE ANTI.CHRIST

6 SIGNS OF HIS PRESENCE

7 GREAT EXPECTATIONS

8 CHRIST IS THE ANSI^JER

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THE RETURN OF JESUS CHRIST (ISA, IBN MARYAM, PBUH) HAS,BEEN A SUBJECT OF MUCH

CONTROVERSY THAT HAS EXISTED THROUGH(,UT THE AGES. QUEST1ONS HAVE COME ABOUT AS TO

WHETHER JESUS CHRIST (PBUH) WILL RETUIIN AND, IF SO, WHAT WILL HE LOOK LIKE. WILL

HIS BODY SHOW THE MARKS OF WHERE HE I^JAS SUPPOSEDLY :'NAILED AT THE CROSS?" WHAT

llIILL HE SAY? WHEN I^JILL HE COME? HiS PRESENCE ON EARTH, I^JILL IT BE VISIBLE OR IN-

VISIBLE? THESE ARE ONLY A FEI,IJ OF MANY INQUIRES CONCERNING THE RETURN OF JESUS (ISA,

IBN MARYAM, PBUH). THOSE llHO HAVE ATTEMPTED TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY sURROUNDING THE.AN.

SWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN LEFT PUZZLED, EVER-SEARCHING FOR THE CORRECT, EX-

ACT SOLUTION. THEIR FUTILE EFFORTS ARE UI\]DERSTANDABLE, BECAUSE PRIOR TO THE YEAR i97O

MARKING THE "OPENING OF THE SEVENTH SEAL, NO ONE HAD THE ABILITY TO INTERPRET THE WORDS

OF ALLAH' SUBHANA tlJA TA'ALA, FOUND WITHIN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES (OLD TESTAMENT, NEt^l TEST-

AMENT' AND LAST TESTAMENT---HOLY QUR'AN). THE TRUTH t^tAS CONCEALED, "LOCKED UP" UNTIL

AN APPOINTED TIME (19i0) FOR ITS DISCLOSURE. THE TRUTH CAN HURT. WHEN TO YOU COMES

THE UNQUESTIONABLE TRUTHS OF CI]RIST'S (PBUH) RETURN, WILL YOU ACCEPT IT, OR WILL YOU

LOOK UPON IT WITH DISTASTE AND IGNORE IT?

MANY MUSLIMS HAVE CHOSEN TO IGNORE IT ON THE BASIS THAT IT IS AN IMPOSSIBIL-

tiv tF IsA (cHRIsr, pBUH) r,.tAs cRUCIFIED. IGNoRANCE 0F THE scRlpruREs AND A HEAVy

INFLUENCE BY SO-CALLED EASTERN ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY ARE THE REASONS FOR THIS REACT-

ION. THE VARIOUS MUSLIM SECTS: AHMADIYYA, SUNNI, SHI,ITE, HANIFAH, ETC. HAVE

BEEN TAUGHT BY THE AMORITE THAT THE TORAH AND INJIL (OLD AND NEI,'J TESTAMENT) ARE

TtlIO SCRIPTURES t^IHICH ARE USETESS TO THE PRESENT DAY MAN BECAUSE THEY CONTAIN LAWS

AND COMMANDMENTS WHICH WERE GIVEN TO A GROUP OF PEOPLE FROM A DIFFERENT ERA OF TIME.

WE, THE COMMUNITY OF ANSARU ALLAH (HELPERS OF ALLAH) KNOI^I BETTER THAN THIS AND

THUS CONSIDER THIS STATEMENT UNTRUE. BECAUSE l^lE HAVE BEEN BLESSED TO BE UNDER THE

GUIDANCE OF AL HAJJ AL IMAM ISA ABD,ALLAH MUHAMMAD AL MAHDI: THE REFORMER, t^JE CAN

NOh, SEE THE TRUTH. THE LAI^IS AND COMMANDMENTS OF ALLAH SUBHANA l^IA TA'ALA CANNOT BE

CHANGED BY ANY GROUP OF PEOPLE TO SATISFY THEIR SELFISH DESIRES. THEREFORE WHAI [^JAS

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DECREED AS LAW FOR THE PEOPLE OF BEFORE (ISRAELITES)

STILL REMAINS THE SAME FOR THE

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JOIIN 16: J2

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,AND yE

"rt'g$i"#1;i1

w$,ju ;1 i3,; o-sii+ryig'o-

oro, ir"*=FoRE HAVE soRRow: BUT r wrLL sEE you AGATN,

AND YOUR HEART SHALL REJOTCE AND YOUR JOY NO MAN TAKETH FROM

you.,,

THIS IS ISA, IBN MARYAM (PBUH) SPEAKING TO HIS DISCIPLES (ANSAR) TELLING THEM HE

WOULD RETURN AGAIN TO HIS PEOPLE. IMAM ISA HAS TAUGHT US THAT IT tlJAS FOR THE SAKE

OF A TROUBLED WORLD THAT DURING THE COURSE OF HIS FIRST LIFE, ISA THE MESSIAH (PBUH)

t,lAS CUT OFF FROM HIS PEOPLE (THE ISRAELITES). BUT HE DIDNT CUT HIMSELF OFF. THEY

CAUSED HIM TO BE CUT OFF BY PERSECUTING AND QUESTIONING. THEIR HEARTS, THEIR EYES

AND THEIR EARS WERE SEALED SO THAT THEY NEITHER ACCEPTED NOR UNDERSTOOD WHAT HE

TAUGHT, SO HE HAD TO

TIME.

LEAVE.

.HE HAo TO GO AWAY FROM THE PEOPLE AND RETURN AT A LATER

ISA AL MASIH ( JESUS THE ANOINTED ONE,PBUH) IS NOI^I IN OUR MIDST, YET THE QUEST-

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ION STILL IS ASKED: WILL YOU ACCEPT HIM INTO YOUR HOUSE (HEART) AND BECOME CHRIST-

LIKE (MUSLIM) OR WILL YOU REJECT HIM AND THE GOOD NEl^lS WHICH HE HAS TO BRING TO MAN.

S'TA

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At the time of the birth of.Jesus

occured

frequenily.

(Isa,pBUH), palesfine had

-i'',iri.l"iiJriitll'*u,

rule, and revot ts

the local ruier'

--Hdroi'i,

recent.ly fallen under Roman

appointed by Rome to be

oiln ramity.

Herod was a vtcioui moni.in nr,o-rp

oiirpi.a'Ir,"

,ne-iE* *nJ

foreign domination.

to

unite

pdwei.,-

have the abilitv

that

threatened theii

I$a ibn Maryam

ua terror-dven wilhin nii

with

There were two types of groups wtrtin

ini'Jr"[i. fill'i;1,.

tribes

of

relision'

tlteir

Israil, (2)

Both the

,ihe;;-;Ere"i11

ana the

ctass

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ruling

idea of

the Messiah-wis

free them from the yokg.of

as one who would

national'feeljng

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the

[[:r.lliti3rlnir.?fl.

many'wtro rral aiopt.a and/or intreriieo

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poiiiriii-

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"ih.-Roman

culture, traditions and

the scriptures and

who wourd

rlrigi;ri"Fiili.',

government considered the Messiah

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many

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any

the people anJ idy ffi;"p;#;;;'iJ

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l'rEPqrtru

Mary,lgUH) had prophecied

During this time

(Jesus'son.of

have andare coming to pas-s. Iet irre itritarei o+-Israii'aia

9.19. {t"v acsep! 11* l:3 flophet, 0nly;-;ilr;; i.*:*"."'

HAWAARYN ArurHl which literally means the

things which

nor

not-rnieritana-his-ilachings

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to as his disciptes ,'AL

"oNES-ir,r 5Hinine-i,ririir,, tne nxinn.--''

HOLY QURTAN 3:51

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@CArl\*.N6?iL,

AND WHEN .]ESUS FELT COVERTNG OF THE

TRUTH FROM THEM, TIE

ONES IN SHINNING

SAID, WHO

WHITE

(THE

W]LL BE MY HELPERS IN ALLAHIS WAY? THE

D]SCIPLES) saln:

llE ARE ALLAHIS HELPERS , t+E BELIEVE IN ALLAH AND

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Iniit, the disciples are refemed to as-TALMIZ

thal

ttme yrerg l:uti [Feu[t

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preach'

literally means ,,stu_

The discip'les at

'.i,ia""ti-who

which

were groomed to go out and

They recog-

Thev were being taught to heal ffre iti[-ala p.rio.m- niiracuroui worrci.

explain the $cnipirrlr"in"u

nized the authority wit[ wnicrr Isa (PBUH1

Apostle he was

able to

spoke-and blcause he held the office of prophet and

manner which the scribes envied,

IjtARK 1:22

:GiK ;::rJur,^I ;?; i,Yld$ r+i'o l,i;,,.

"AND THEY tIERE ASTONISIIED AT HIS

DOCTRINEI FOR HE TAUGHr AS ONE THAT

. HAD AUTHORITY, AIitrD NOT AS THE SCRIBES."

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As previous'ly-mentioned,

many.l-,luslims have been led

-the

to believe

rikina, or Polvtheists which are

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deitv)

by the

Amorite (Ttre Mush-

of more than one

on.t *rio'rrur. instituted th; worshipping

we shair proceea

that Isa ibn Maryam (PBUH):wai irritil.o

to explain to you (in hopes

he brought

that you will

unders,tand) how the prophei rsa"liauni ;;io

of healing

which.tt?.(PBUH)

[oi-[ire heen mucified.

"nttgr,t"nment

the

which

The miracles

performed ina ilr"

to the people

oaingd him muih-popularity.- trrti-ho*.v

at Jerusalbm.

selelted nrembers of

,

attracted

attention of the phar-

isees and Sadducees

each giorp-*.e

thus, they confrgnted

Hi :ffi|:ilfl ;?illrrv

So the

Nazareth' This

sent to harass Isa (pBUH)

ltf y:th questions olr l-aw and :;ried to prove him wrong. They criticised

peopie wr,o*'ff*v i,;nsiuerei'a"i"n ates.-

stitl,

they could

contradicting the Laws

h.is home

tpeuFr) revisited

and talkins'io

Pharfsees implanted the rurnor that Isa.(fBUt{) was possessed of an evil spirit in

was because.lhev ihougni

leading-tne

peopre

tiii*r"i-tibuni'*lr'#orgr'{tly

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Thui, when iii

peopr. iitfiv

ricking in-Fuiff.

of Moses (PBUH) and was

town Nazareth, he found his

MARK 5:4

''BUT JESUS SAID UNTo THEM, A PRoPHET Is NoT

WITHOUT HONOUR, BUT IN

HIS O!{N COUNTRY AND'

AMONG HIS OWN KIN, AND rN HIS OWN HOUSE.

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the zeAlat group

Cpferrlously trtq.of hAs.dl$etples

belonged to rhis) be-

the$

gan to oppose hirn, for Isa CpBUHI was not about vLolence and the

liberation through armed rebeIl{on

zealots bblieved in

So the people began

to doubt Isa (pBUH) and nls enlinils

chosen

increased their

harassment.

.There urere twelve

disciples whom, he had specifically

and these vrere constantly

James, John or Yuhanna,

Cananean, Judas Iscariot

in tris c6mpany throughout hLs ministry.

They were Simon, Andrew,

Phillp,

(PBtIfl.

Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, ;Iames, Lebbaeus, Simon the

0n account of their teaching the\truth Isa (PBUH) and his disciples had many enernies.

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same people, were the ones whil.thought that they were the most righteous, nimely, the ,

dictated the

Law to the peo[le

and worked-hand in

Chief Prt'ests, Scribes and Phartsees'. Thdy

hand with the Roman authonities when lt came to punishing those,wno i^ebblled against them.

Thus Isa (PauH)

toto his disctples

of the thingl tfrat t[ey were to suffer at lfre hands of

those who proclaimed themselves Governors etc

MATTHEW LOILS-L9,22

',ANDYESHALLBEBRoUGHTBEFoREGoVERNoRSANDKINGSFoRMYSAKEFoR

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TESTIMONY AGAINST THEM AND THE GENTILES, BUT WTIEN TIIEY DEI,IVER YOU

UP, TAKE NOT THOUGITT OE' IIOW OR WHAT YE

SI{ALL EPEAK TOR IT SHALL tsE GIVEN

AND YE SHALL BE HATED OF ALL

YOU IN fiIAT SAME HOUR I,'lIlAT YE SHAtIi SPEAK

I{EN FOR MY NAMEIS SAKE: BUT IIE THAT ENDURETTI TO THE END SHALL BE SAVED.I'

Now Isa (PBUH) went to Jerusalem fon

the Passover, but his enemies were at the point

where they were more than anxious to kill him. At the same time Judas Iscariot, filled with

doubt about the truthfulness

of

Isars (PBUl"t) claim

and planned how he would betray Isa (PBUH) to them.

to be the Messiah, went

to the high priest

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CAPTAINS HOW HE MIGIIT BETRAY HIM UNTO THEM. AND THEY WERE GLAD AND CO\EN-

ANTED To GrvE HrM MoNEy.r'. r

At

the feast of Passover,

whjch was celebrated in

the evening, Isa ibn Maryarn (pBUH) and

prepared by Peter and John

them was one who wouid be-

his twelve discip"les sat down to

(Tl^l0N).

supper in a room which had been

mentioned

0n this occasion, Isa (PBUH)

course aroused

to them that anpng

tray him. This, of

it would

the curiosity of all and Peter

desiring mdst to know who,

be, told the disciple who sat nearest to Isa (PBUH) to ask him who the betrayer was.

giving a morsel of food to the gui'lty one, who was Judas Iscariot.

Isa (PBUH) let them know by

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HE SPAKE. NOW

IITHEN TTIE DISCIPLES LOOKED ONE TO A}IOTHER, DOI]BIING OF T{IiOM

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TEERE WAS LEA\ITNg QN JESUS' BOSOM OF'

PETER rrmREroRE BEcKoNED To Irru rrrAi rrE

IilS DTCIPLES WHO JESUS ICIVED. SI}{OiT

srrotrr,D ASK I[Ho rr srrour,D BE oF wHoM

UNTO HIM, LORD, WHO IS IT?

SOP, WHEN I HA\IE DIPPED IT.

HE SPAKE. HE THEN, T,YTUE ON JESUS CHEST SAITTI

.,ESUS ANSWERED, I{E IT IS TO WHOI! T SHALL GIVE A

AND WHEN HE HAD DIPPED TEE SOP, IIE GAVE IT TO JUDAS SrMON ISCARIOT.,,

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there and went

a r one to pra.y.

further with peter, Jarns, and John into ine gira.n. Then f,e-wLnt-further

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.THEN coMETH Jesus wr"H THEI4 uNTo A pLAcE

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HERE, WHILE I GO AND PRAY YOUNDER. AND HE

looK wrrH IIrM PETER AND THE Two soNs oF ZEBEDEE, AND BEGAN To BE soRRowFuL

. AND \TERY HEAVY. THEN SAITH HE UNTO

E\EN UNTO DEATH: TARRY YE HERE AND

THEM, MY SOUL IS EXCEEDING SORROWFUL,

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I'ASK, AND IT SHALL BE GIVEN yOU: SEEK, AND yE SHALL FIND

SHALL BE OPENED UNTO YOUr

soN ASK sREAd, wral, IIE Gr\rE A sroNE?

HIM A SERPENT? IF YE THEN, BEING

IC{OCK, AND IT

OR WHAf MAN IS THERE OF yOU, WHOM IF HIS

oR rF HE ASK A FrsH, wrLL HE GrvE

EVII,, KNOW HOW TO GI\rE GooD GIFTS UNTo

FATIIER W}IICH IS IN HEA^trEN GI\1E

ure can

read of the

so for

ALLAH,

(psuHi' \rsvrrl

YOUR CHIIDREN, I{OW MUCH MORE SHALI1 YOU-R

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GOOD GIFTS TO THEI{ THAT ASK HrM?'r llanr z :7,g_11

sever?l_ptaces

ta'ali.for

in the

specific

was

Holy

Scriptures

thi'rgi

where

There are

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Frophets aski ng

those

of

you

who

for del iverance prayer. bei ng an-

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ALLAH, subhana wa

say

this

that Isa ibn

r's.contrary

is

swened

aiiJ-ihey receivea-itie*.

spit!

of f,is-p.jv.r

proof

to

bf isa,s

ti.-

(N.*

i"rtii,

Maryam (PBUH)

to

the Holy

the book

crucifiEd in

Scripturesl The cteirest

of

Hebrews

in

the

Injit

found in

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HEBREWS 5:5-7

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AN HTGH PRIEST:

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IISO ALSO THE MESSIAH GLORIFTED NOT HIMSELF TO BE MADE

BUT HE THAT SAID UNTO HIM, THOU ART MY

SON, TODAY HAVE

I BEGOTTEN TIIEE,

AND HE SAITII ALSO IN ANOTHER PLACE, THOU ART A PRIEST

ORDER OE MELCHISEDEK, WHO IN THE DAYS OF HIS FLESII, UP PRAYERS AND SUPPLICATIONS WITH STRONG CRYTNG AI$D

WAS ABLE TO SAVE UTU TBOU DEATH, AND WAS HEA?.D IN THAT

FORE\TER AFTER, THE

WHEN HE.H4p OFrEB.qp UNTO HTM THAT

"EARS

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Isa (PBUH) returned from his prayers, awake and watch but when he'returnbu

he found his disciples asleep. He implored

tne second ttm.,

them to stay

ire found ihem sieeping again.

He wanted them to stay awake so that

they would see the angel wfrJ'wai r.nt-to gi'r.'r.,i* assurance

tire Holy Scripturei"means-wfren

it said:

that.he would be spared. This is what

LUI(E 22r43

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"AND THERE APPEARED AN ANGEL UNTO HIM I'ROM HEAVEN STRENGIITI{ENTNG

HIM. TI

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other words"the cup of-the crucifixion was to pass into the hands of the ones who "

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[Fe[r[i-nii-iow"reaay

to face what was

came with a band

would betra.v.him. Assured of hi.-9.'tir

to come. while he was still. speaking to rrii-otiiipi.i, iril; isiariot

of men armed

with spears and slict<s.-

The .n"rnt.i it_i:g-lpguFri-."re convinced that they

[pguHi,'i[ir'*ui his way

of identifying

had him now. Judas rushed fonuard and kisiea lia

Isa (PBUH) to the soloiers.

Had Peter, Jhmes and John

been awake in the

(FsuHl

garden as Isa (PBUH) had asked, they would

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witnessed the ansel appear to Iii

-giuing

have

be cruci f i gd .

Il spite of Judas'.betrayal, the soldiers made no apptempt to aryest,

w91, tr-rgv drLw uackwards ano teii

Sirnon peter (iUONi,-a

*-ni,

upon each other.

sword and cut

off

I,lhen

the

told them who he

fonuard to arrest.hi,m,

eyen when Isa (PBUH)

they

ear

finally

of

came

i,lalchus.

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High

Priest. Isa

and in the darkness, there

healed

Malchus,

was in

ear and

t[is

then,

there

was a fight,

Mar.yam

who

ias much confusion.'-rt

itgnt

that Isa ibn

(PBUH)received wounds in his hand ana on rrii ito

tilil;j':lonli.ni?lli3,Xi.?,lonverted,

Judas

was an eady

They

subsiftue.for

looked

like.

hando the'Roman-

and religious

llur.nri,'iuaas and the soldiers

thus, the sordieri

Isa

(P?uH)

to

those

irrr J,i.,-;; #;;;;";; i;. rrrurl

who

had

an idea

of

what

Isa

(PBUH)

weie both of the. salre iriue'ano they favored each other. 0n the other

authbrilies did not

knoil for suie who Isa ion

r,laiyam

(pBUH)

arrest

t!,g prgce of Isa (PBUH), they and even some

Ni.oil*rr

and Joseph of Arimathea,

in.ir

t6at'it wii itu-(ps[ii:-

some_prest1s,i.in

tn.;;ililiit,-11'"v-[.[i

was, that is whv Judas had to identify him w'iirr a r<iis, aao.o-i6 iiii.,'ir.,."util*it"d

took place late in

llhen Judas was

of Isa's

the.evening,

it p.i

when

was

taken to [r,e r,igr,

IPBUH) disciples thousht

were two of

aireaay

tl i,

oait<.

when

I

J

i

Isa's, (PBUH) disciples or

position

ions secret and thev

ed up,;lf' il,

knew that'it.was-noi-riu-iegiil rir,6"[ui-[.In taken.

that he wf shed for rsa

fis[Hil.6;;.;;;

convict- L

Judas therefore end-

wronsfut]y.

ill"i,ua judsed him

High

Judas,

who thev would,pu! off as tsd

Hg

*as""ecogntieo

Isa

of

Nlzaretn

nv u-*o*in

ipeuH)

it

recognized tliat

(pg0Hl-r,lii-i.t.i lo tn.

it

tn"

ooor

anJ

she

priest, peter

him

(H!'l0N) followed.

he

was a follower of

questioned

as to whether

to

be

Now,

before

(Jsiuming

riii-.:uuai,

ir.,. *in-o;I;"d-ril

aeniea

il;;i;

t[at

he was

him)'

Isa

rr;; iiriest

his

Peter, (Hwotrt;^who

disciple.

tirnes

(PBUH) had told Peter

(Ht^toN) oefoie ure srrowaJt

ni.

r-ir,ii

i"rv-niri'ir,r".

the cock crowed.

t,Ihen the cock did crow iit.i

*,i"J-a.ntii,'pei "tiiwiini'*.it

woutd put off ;;-id

and cried, for, in his denvils

he followed,

outside

that_Jqagr (wrro urev

(pBrH) n;;;:

he also deniei Iia,s

tpririHi-*u, the man

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IINOW PETER SAT

SAYTNG' THOU ALSO WAST

THEM ALL SAYING, I

KNOW NOT WHAT THOU

Ci :;i tr --'E-DG1?S1+# t* .,b:'i sy',5

:4J a C *;r''1}r #l v +y *';r.;

WITHOUT IN THE PALACE; AND A DAMSEL CAME UNTS HIM

W]TH JESUS OF

GALILEE. BUT HE DENIED BEFORE

SAYEST. AND }THEN HE WAS GONE

SAID UNTO THEM THAT

NAZARETH, AND AGATN

OUT INTO THE PORCH, ANOTHER MATD SAW HIM AND

WERE THERE' THIS FELLOW WAS ALSO WITH JESUS OF

HE DENIED WITH AN OATH, ]

DO NOT KNOW THE MAN. AND AFTER A WHILE

CAME UNTO HrM THEY THAT ST00D BY AND SArD TO

ART ONE OF THEM: FOR THY SPEECH BETRAYETH

CURSE

CREW. II

AND SWEAR SAYTNG, I

PETER, SURELY rnOu ar,so

THEE. THEN BEGAN HE TO

KNOW NOT THE MAN, AND TMIGDIATELY, THE COCK

Judast. uPo!

recognizing his predicamelt,

and ansilered the sanhedrr:n

him to death but

at first protested.

stiIl,

he was in the right

,

in

turn, condemned

he believed that

iarcastiiariy inJ-sometimes eviiir.rv. They,

could b6 executed, Judas had to be taken

(pBUH), was ask-

was acting

asked him

urging

befoi. r.nt.r.e

to the Roman governor' Pontius Pilqte

ed by Pilate, "Art thou the king of

the role of the

savior, said

the same question,

.:uoii, wrro tney would put off as Isa

the .ruaihitesi,,

in"d J;a;;,'rilo ut this point

lrre crrief priests

hyitericaily;iHou-Snvrsr:,,-14il;

wholg

he made no ieply

Pontius Pilate would have titia to put the

people who bicked

thing away.were it not for the

they believed that

because he was from

of the high priests.and the

irr"*, for

lqaryam.(PBUH) indeed. He was

was under Herod

upon him,

td

lg laffy

be

could

Antipas'rule.

he was returned

placed

leased from prison. - (See l^lAS

they had Isa ibn

Galilee which

ti",en taken to Herod

Antipas

Judas *as *ock.a oy

P-piiLl9

1Jil,

H.i^od and his soldiers and a purple robe

the people Barabas was re-

the same Barabas who

the requests of

5j--ir,ir-was

cintsr_cnudiirroi-iriumuer

Marvam (PBUH) mother or riJ-(FeuHi, irre peopte wanted

wish-

him freed so that Judas

punished.

I

Thus, after much badgering from the peop'le, Pontius Pi'late gave up Judas (who they would)

who they thought

put off as Isa (PBUH) to be crucified). The idea was to mock to shame him

was Isa (PBUH) who was indeed

the Redeemer of Israel.

They interpreted

the word RABBI mean-

had

ing "Lord" in a sen<