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A Divine Message as Prophecy

Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam has just published a special Article/Booklet explaining the remarkable fulfillment of a Divine Message recieved by the Khalifatullah Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Saheb (atba) of Mauritius. In a special Speech made to the Study Circle of the devout followers, the Khalifatullah (atba) had presciently indicated the dismal future of the then existing government as a consequence of its egregious deeds and also the essential outcome of the international litigation the then Government preferred over the long-standing dispute with the UK over the sovereignty question of the Chagos Archipelago. 

The special Booklet entitled "Prophecy on the Chagos Arbitration" is available at the official website of the Jamaat, to access it, click here To read the special Article in the Sahih Al Islam Blog, click here

Reproduced below is the Preface to the Article from the blessed and profound pen of the Khalifatullah of our times, Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Saheb (atba) of Mauritius: 

A Divine Message is that light which God Almighty (Allah) uses to brighten man’s once darkened life. If light is hope for darkness, then Divine Revelation is hope for man’s salvation once he surrenders himself completely to Allah. This submission in turns is fertile land for him to accede to Allah, to become close to Him. And once the signs and manifestations of Allah become clear to him, he gets to feel blessed in every way, especially in the times of a Messenger of Allah, who comes to fuel for him that hope, and to enable him to open his inner eye and see the realisation of the signs of Allah.

The present article entitled “Prophecy on the Chagos Arbitration” examines the realisation of the words of Allah revealed to this humble self, the Khalifatullah of the age. These words which in turn are vehicled to the people through the tongue of the Messenger of Allah- thus called prophecy -are food for thought for humanity.


Among the many prophecies which have been revealed and realised, the one on Chagos, a group of Islands in the Indian Ocean and the fate of the ex-Government of Mauritius is a call for Mauritian people and the world to acknowledge that there is a Superpower much powerful than any superpower of this world who has the ability to manifest His presence and call the attention of all mankind to see clearly the truthfulness of the one He sent to the world with His blessing for the reformation of the world. The subject matter of this article is backed by both divine and mundane actualities. Man has a plan and God Almighty has a plan, but it is definitely the divine plan which supersedes man’s plan in every way. The Divine plan is the best plan, and Allah definitely knows what He does.

All Praise be to Allah who has enabled my humble disciple Hadhrat Mukarram Fazil Jamal Sahib to put into perspective one of the thousand prophecies revealed in the light of spiritual and mundane verities.

Hadhrat Khalifatullah Munir A. Azim
Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam
06 May 2015

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