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January 30, 2007


As has been true of the three major religions in Europe and the Middle East, Christianity, Islamic, and Jewish, all three have had many men claiming to be the Messiah of their faith. Ano ther man-made rubber tree Messiah has now bit

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the dust as one claiming to be the Mahdi of the Muslim world.

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Matthew 24:24 – For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

It is very possible that one claiming to be the Islamic Mahdi will appear on the Middle East scene within the next few years and, in reality, he could be the personified Antichrist many Christian believers have said

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would appear in the last days of the Age of the Gentiles.

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II Thessalonians 2:3 – Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

The following article was extracted from the Middle East News Daily.

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Hundreds of militants, ‘messiah’ leader killed: Iraq Govt

Australian Broadcasting Company, Middle East News Daily

January 30, 2007

The leader of an Iraqi cult who claimed to be the Mahdi, a messiah-like figure in Islam, has been killed in a battle near Najaf with hundreds of his followers, Iraq’s national security minister says.

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Women and children who had joined 600 or 700 of his fighters outside the Shiite holy city of Najaf may also be among the casualties, Shirwan al- Waeli said.

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All those who were not killed there were in detention, many of them wounded.

Mr Waeli said

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the final casualty toll, put by other Iraqi officials at 300 gunmen, was still being calculated, putting the initial figure at about 200 militants.

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Searchers were still scouring the area where US tanks, helicopters and jets reinforced Iraqi troops during some 24 hours of fighting.

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“He claimed to be the Mahdi,” Mr Waeli said of the cult’s leader, adding that he had used the full name Mahdi bin Ali bin Ali bin Abi Taleb, claiming descent from the Prophet Mohammad.

He was believed to be a 40-year-old from the nearby Shiite city of Diwaniya.

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The group, which other Iraqi officials said

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included both Sunni and Shiite Muslims as well as foreigners, had planned an attack today on the Shiite clerical establishment in Najaf.

“One of the signs of the coming of the Mahdi was to be the killing of the Ulema (hierarchy) in Najaf,” Mr Waeli said.

Though Sunnis and Shiites are engaged in an embryonic sectarian civil war in Iraq, there have been instances in Islamic history where groups have drawn from both communities to challenge the authority of the existing clerical leadership.

Mr Waeli said the death toll among Iraqi forces was around 10 soldiers and police, and Najaf’ s police chief wa

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s wounded.

Two US soldiers were killed when their attack helicopter came down during the fighting, the military said.

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Iraqi officials and witnesses said it appeared to have been shot down.

Some of the fighters wore headbands describing themselves as “Soldiers of Heaven”, Iraqi officials said.

It was not clear how many women and children were present.

“It is very sad to bring families onto the battlefield,” Mr Waeli said.

When police first approached the camp and tried to call on the group to leave, their leader replied, “I am the Mahdi and I want you to join me,” Mr Waeli said.

“Today was supposed to be the day of his coming.”

Other Iraqi officials said yesterday a man named Ahmed Hassani al-Yemeni, who had been working from an office in Najaf until it was closed down earlier this month, had assembled the group, claiming to be the messenger of the Mahdi.

Among previous violent instances of people saying they were the Mahdi were an opposition movement to British imperial forces in Sudan in the 1880s and a group of several hundred, including women, that took over the Grand Mosque in Mecca in 1979.


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