The trailer shows a mystery man, played by Mehdi Dehbi, who claims he was sent to the earth on a special mission fro
- The trailer shows a mystery man, played by Mehdi Dehbi, who claims he was sent to the earth on a special mission from his father.
- Season 1 of the show will hit the streaming site on January 1, 2020.
The popular streaming platform Netflix will soon release an American thriller ‘Messiah’, which has already created hype with its trailer as people have been believing that the story is based on 'Dajjal'.
Dajjal became a top Twitter trend in Pakistan On Thursday as more and more people started discussing the trailer. Netflix released the trailer on Tuesday. The season 1 of the show will hit the streaming site on January 1, 2020.
The series trailer shows the sudden appearance of an young man in Syria who claims that he came to 'deliver a message'. The mystery man (played by Mehdi Dehbi) also says that he was sent to the earth on a special mission and he is doing some work given to him by God. Known only as al-Masih, he is also gifted with the ability to perform miracles, attracting the attention and fierce dedication of everyone he encounters on his journey.
For Muslims, ‘Dajjal' (Arabic for deceiver) refers to a false messiah warned about by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). People have been strongly condemning the series on Twitter while some
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.
— Sameena E. (@SameenaERana) December 4, 2019
Netflix releasing series about #Dajjal
When this is so obvious with the point of Islam that Dajjal will come on predecided time which no one knows except Allah.
And as a Muslim we should stick on our Faith.
Why everyone is getting scared just bcz of series?
— SHEIKHNI💚🇵🇰 (@oyesheikhni) December 4, 2019
— Armaan Khan (@ArmaanK44835662) December 5, 2019
— :) (@Awaa_Zaar) December 5, 2019
Not that a drama is gonna affect mine or anyone’s iman but I wonder why west opt to choose make seasons or dramas on topics that can cause stir, hatred, controversy and affect people religiously? #dajjal
— Asma Barjees (@asmabarjees) December 5, 2019
— Palmwinepapi💀 (@BMDCSZN) December 4, 2019
Another game from Them...! This time they have sent message through Netflix.. dont fall in such traps.. just hold on the Quran and Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad PBUPH, Recite Surah Kahf it saves you from fitna e Dajjal.. and keep praying to Allah SWT#Dajjal
— Furqan (@LongAwaitedHero) December 4, 2019