#Dajjal Is Trending On Twitter And Here Is The Reason Why!
Dajjal is trending in Pakistan as well!
Muslims believe that before Judgment Day, a fake Messiah will mislead people and acquire a huge following from around the world. He will be known as Dajjal, the anti-Christ or the deceiver and before you move on towards his end, watch the trailer of #Messiah, and you will be shocked.
#Dajjal is trending on Twitter due to this upcoming Netflix series that has become the talk of the town, mostly in a negative manner. The first season of the series will be releasing on 1 January 2020, but before that, it became a big deal on Social Media.
— MESSIAH (@MessiahNetflix) December 3, 2019
The actor Medhi Dehbi will be playing the title role of Al-Masih in the web series that has raised many questions:
“A CIA officer investigates a charismatic figure whose followers believe that he can perform miracles. Is he a divine entity of a dangerous con artist?”
The trailer revolves around a strange man who has supernatural powers and who leads desperate people by terming it as God’s work. His resemblance to Dajjal in the official trailer is the cause of the hashtag trending on Twitter.
According to Muslim beliefs, Dajjal will have powers and will be capable of performing miracles. He will be very powerful and will do anything to mislead the believers, eventually turning them away from the Almighty.
Here is what Twitter is saying on the subject:
We are literally being programmed through a Netflix series. Munipulating our minds for when dajjal actually arrives.we will accept it is as a norm as we would have "see it before"#Dajjal pic.twitter.com/uGwKFfW4em
— Mujtaba Ali (@mujtabaalinpk) December 5, 2019
Your Iman should be stronger. Go and recite the first ten verses of Surah Kahf. Seek Allah's protection in prayers than that we just made #Dajjal trending for no reason, imagine when the real one come what will happen, make your Iman stronger by praying not by trending something https://t.co/UP3iHLFqRB
— Sحayan Aحmed (@ShayanAhmed_) December 5, 2019
— Syed Muhammad Immad Hassan (@AllahSoldier03) December 5, 2019
Some even suggested canceling the registration of Netflix:
— Farhan Ali Abbasi (@Abbasi313F) December 5, 2019
Tech lover #Dajjal is coming your way through Netflix. If you are a Muslim, it is part of your emaan to answer through tech – unsubscribe Netflix, delete the app and shut him inside.#Dajjal#عمرانی_فرعونیت_نامنظور pic.twitter.com/bh6McEp6mE
— Jehangir (@Jehangi21236468) December 5, 2019
Some started to make memes:
— 𝐒𝐓𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐒 🌚 (@sukOon___) December 5, 2019
— RUMA1L (@RumailSaddique) December 5, 2019