An analytical study of Sūrah al-Kahf that seeks to explain the reality of a modern age in which power is used to wage an unjust war on Islam, and to oppress Muslims as well as Orthodox Christians, while pursuing a sinister global agenda on behalf of the Euro-Jewish State of Israel. This book directs attention to the neglected subject of ‘multi-dimensional time’ in Islam—neglected because of the war waged successfully by Dajjāl to replace the sacred system of time ordained by Allah Most High for mankind, in which the moon occupies the central place, with a secular system of time; and neglected also because of war waged on the spiritual heart of Islam, i.e., Tasawwuf or al-Ihsān. The subject of Dajjāl cannot be penetrated without a grasp of ‘multidimensional time’, and this book offers a chapter entitled The Qur’ān and Time.
The Sūrah not only provides evidence that Basar, or internal intuitive spiritual insight, is a valid source of knowledge, but illustrates the importance of such insight for interpreting events in an End-time when ‘appearance’ and ‘reality’ would be opposite to each other. Sūrah al-Kahf and the Modern Age does more than simply introduce such major signs of the Last Day as Dajjāl the false Messiah, and Gog and Magog; rather, this book describes the historical process in the End-time. Several chapters of the book are devoted to such crucially important subjects in the Sūrah as ‘the Young Men and the Cave’, ‘the Rich Man and the Poor Man, ‘Khidr and Mūsa’ (السلام عليهما (and the ‘Journeys of Dhūl Qarnain’.