The Re-appearance of Imam Mahdi (a. s.)

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The Re-appearance of Imam Mahdi (a. s.)

Imam Mahdi (a.s) is the "twelfth Imam of the Shia, who is deemed to be still living, but in a state of occultation (ghayba), until the time when God commands him to come forth and—according to clear promises given in the Holy Quran (in the following verses: Surahs al-Nur, XXIV: 54; al-Tawba, IX: 33; al-Fath, XLVII: 28; al-Saff, LXI: 9) and the most authentic hadiths—he will establish the authority of Islam throughout the entire world" (DSI 114). Imam Mahdi (a.s), "who is also known as the ruler of the time (sahib al-zaman), the one who will restore justice (qa'im), and the awaited one (al-muntazar), will fill the earth with justice after it has been filled with injustice and tyranny" (EIMW 421).

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