He (saw) gave a clear and straight path to his ummah. There is nothing good that he (saw) has not shown us and taught us, and there is no evil that he (saw) has not warned us against. Among the things that he (saw) has warned us against, is the major consideration in the form of the false masih Ad-Dajjal.
Ad-Dajjal is the greatest fitnah which ummah will face until the Day of Resurrection. All Messengers of Allah has warned his ummah against the one-eyed Dajjal and Prophet Muhammad (saw) made the warning is the strongest of all.
Allah has explained many of the Ad-Dajjal sign, because he (saw) would warn his ummah, to his (saw) ummah is the last ummah, the whole of humanity, and he (saw) is the seal of the prophets.
Here are just some of the guidelines that the Prophet Muhammad (saw) left tilll us to protect ourselves against Ad-Dajjal:
1) To keep firm and steadfast to Islam. Being able to Allah's beautiful names and qualities, which no other similar or have. Dajjal is a man who eats and drinks, and Allah is far above all the rest. Dajjal is blind / one-eyed, and Allah is perfect. No one should see their Lord before they die, while all people should see the Dajjal when he shows up.
2) To always seek refuge in Allah from Ad-Dajjal fitnah, and especially during prayer. There are credible hadith on this. Aisha, ra, recounts that Rasulullah (saw) used to commit the prayer to ask the following du'aa: Ya Rabbi! I seek refuge with You from the punishment of the grave and from Ad-Dajjal trial (...) (Bukhari 2 / 317)
Bukhari hadith have set out from Mus'ab where he says Sa'ad, ra, ordered 5 things that he had heard that Rasulullah (saw) ordering.
Among these 5 things are to seek refuge in Allah from Dunya review (with the mean Ad-Dajjal review).
Muslims have set hadith from Abu Hurayra, ra that Rasulullah (saw) said:
"When one of you recites shahadah for at-tahiyyatu, he should seek protection from the four things with the words:" Ya Rabbi, I am certainly looking for protection of you from the fire punishment from the punishment in the grave, the resurrection and death investigation and from the evil of Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal review!. ' "
(Muslim, 5 / 87)
Imam Tawus demanded that his son would repeat the prayer if he does not recite this du'aa in it.
(Muslim, 5 / 89)
Here's proof that the first generation of Muslims, the importance of teaching their children to this valuable du'aa.
3) To learn by heart verses from Surat Al-Kahf. Rasulullah (saw) has taught us to recite this Surah before Ad-Dajjal. Some re-tell stories, the first 10 and last 10 verses of this Surah. Nawas ibn Sam'an recounts that Rasulullah (saw) said: "(...) it of you faced Ad-Dajjal should recite the beginning of Surat-ul-Kahf."
Nawawi said: "This is because the amount of wonders and signs at the beginning of this Surah, and anyone who ponders these verses will not be misled by Ad-Dajjal. Equal to the end of this Surah, eg Allah's Words: Do they believe, they denied that they can take My servants til patron in my place?
(Qur'an, XVIII: 102) "
This is the Surah särtecken. There are authentic hadith which encourage us to read the sura, and especially on Fridays.
4) To escape Dajjal and away from him.
Best cities to live in the Makkah and Madinah for the Dajjal will not enter into any of them. Muslims should, when Dajjal time comes, to move away from him and his lies and abilities that Allah has given him to become a test for people on Earth.
There must be Muslims who will believe the best about themselves and about their iman, and they shall meet with Dajjal, and he will deceive them and they will begin to believe in him ... I ask Allah to protect me and all Muslims from the Ad -fitnah Dajjal.
Abu Dahme 'recounts that he heard Imran bin Hussayn when he said that he had heard that Rasulullah (saw) had said:
"Those who hear about Dajjal should run away from him. I swear by Allah that we are to believe about themselves that is mu'min, but must begin tracking Ad-Dajjal because of distrust which he will throw at people. "
(Al-Fathur-rabaniyy, 24/74, Abu Dawud,
"Sunnah", 11/242 and Mustadrakul-Hakiim, 4 / 531)
The Quran mentions Ad-Dajjal The scholars have taken an interest in the Hikma (wisdom) in Ad-Dajjal is not mentioned in the Qur'an, when we know about his great fitnah and all that Allah's Messenger has warned against him and the importance of prayer in seeking protection from his wickedness.
They have come to the following:
1) Ad-Dajjal is mentioned in the context of these verses: "Are they waiting only for the angels to prove to them or that your Lord himself will come or some of your Lord's signs shall be visible? The date of some of your Lord's signs are visible to none who were not already believers or whose faith had not borne fruit in good deeds have the good of their faith. Say: "Wait for you [on that Day]! While we are waiting. "
(Qur'an, VI: 158)
These characters are: Ad-Dajjal, the sun, which rises from the west, the animal (dabba) - they are mentioned in this verse Tafsir, and are some of the Domesday major characters. Abu Hrayra, ra.a, recounts that Rasulullah (saw) said:
"When these three things are visible, will no man who was not already a believer, or if his faith is not borne fruit in good deeds have the good of their faith. These things are: sunrise from the west, Ad-Dajjal and the animal. "(Muslim, 2 / 195 and Tirmidhi, 8 / 449) 2)
Quran says about Isa, as, (Jesus) resurrection - and Isa, as, to kill ad-Dajjal. The Quran mentions only the guidance and Truth Masih, and not talking about the false Masih, who is vilfarelsens Masih.
In Arabic, it is common to mention only one of two opposite things, and not to mention the other.
3) Ad-Dajjal is mentioned in the Quran Allah's Words: Heavens and the earth is something far greater than the creation of man, but most people do not realize that this is so.
(Qur'an, XL: 57)
With the creation of man meant creation of Ad-Dajjal. Ibn Hajar said: "This, if it is based, is the best answer and is part of what Rasulullah () has undertaken to explain, and the absolute knowledge belongs to only Allah."
(Fathul-Bari, 13/92 )
4) Ad-Dajjal is a man claiming to be God (astaghfirullah!) And therefore is not worthy of mention of Allah. But he added the task to all His prophets, as, to warn his ummah about the danger of the false masih is. If one were to argue against it, saying that the Quran mentions pharaoh, who also claimed to be God, we answer to Pharaoh's case was, it no longer exists.
Ffarao mentioned as a warning and that people would learn from the stories about him, while Ad-Dajjal will live at the end of time and are not mentioned in the Quran that he will be the people's test. Just that he claims to be god enough to manifest lie.
Allah mentions him in the Qur'an, for He knows that Ad-Dajjal lies shall only strengthen His faithful servants, iman, just as the kid man Ad-Dajjal will first kill and then revive, say:> "Wallahi, now it is still clear to me who you are! ". (Bukhari, 13/101)
Ibn Hajar says that the issue of the Dajjal is not mentioned in the Quran is still timely, especially since we know that Allah has mentioned in the Qur'an, Gog of Magog, which is a trial like Ad-Dajjal.
The conclusion is that Allah may have indirectly mentioned Ad-Dajjal in the Quran in the context of the Domesday evidence, and Rasulullah (saw) has clarified and explained the indirect information.