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Mufti of Tatarstan: Prophet predicted the collapse of the "Islamic state"

Mufti of Tatarstan Kamil Samigullin said that the Prophet Muhammad predicted the emergence of a pseudo-Muslim state and its fall due to internal strife, reports Interfax-Religion.

Speaking at the conference "Mutual Respect and Peaceful Coexistence as a Condition of Interreligious Peace and Stability: Protecting Christians and Representatives of Other Religions", which was held in the framework of the 34th session of the UN Council on Human Rights, the Mufti cited the ancient hadiths (a legend about words and the actions of the Prophet Muhammad), which he classifies as "the most reliable."
In it, the prophet foretold that there would be a group of "young and stupid minds" people who would read the Koran, "but it will not pass beyond their throats."
"They will fly out of our religion, like an arrow, that is, they will not have anything to do with our religion," the mufti explained.
In another hadiths, he continued, it is said that the time will come when people under black flags will pretend to create a state. "Who pretended before, I will not speak to an Islamic state, but to a pseudo-Islamic state?" - asked a rhetorical question Samigullin, referring to the terrorist organization IG.
"They will not keep their promises, they'll wear long hair, dissolved like women, which was never in the Muslim tradition," the Mufti continued to state the hadiths. "But the time will come when they will rise against each other," he said, referring to the Koran and expressing the hope that this time will come soon.
Author: Interfax 

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