Will the Real Apostle of the Mahdi Please Stand Up

It wasn’t that long ago that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned us that he was preparing the pathway for the return of Abul-Qassem Mohammad, the 12th Imam:

According to Shi’ite Muslim teaching, Abul-Qassem Mohammad, the 12th leader whom Shi’ites consider descended from the Prophet Mohammed, disappeared in 941 but will return at the end of time to lead an era of Islamic justice.

“Our revolution’s main mission is to pave the way for the reappearance of the 12th Imam, the Mahdi,” Ahmadinejad said in the speech to Friday Prayers leaders from across the country.

But, this weekend we learned that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had some competition in the “hearing voices” department located on the outskirts of Najaf.

The “soldiers of heaven” led by Ahmed Hassani al-Yemeni were planning to launch the 12th Imam’s return with a massive slaughter of clergy in Najaf.

Unfortunately for Ahmed Hassani al-Yemeni, the Iraqi forces with American backup ended his plans for mayhem when they sent him and 250 of his “soldiers of heaven” packing to hell.
Hat Tip Haider Ajina

Well done “Soldiers of Najaf”!

Iraqi police commandos flash the victory sign as they return from a battle against gunmen near the holy Shiite city of Najaf. At least 200 Shiite militants allegedly linked to Al-Qaeda have been killed in a fierce battle with Iraqi and US forces near the Shiite holy city of Najaf. (AFP)

Sadly, a couple hundred “soldiers of heaven” will have to wait to join their brethren.

Arrested militants sit blindfolded after clashes at Zarqa, 20 kilometers (12 miles) northeast of Najaf, Iraq, Monday Jan. 29,2007. (Yahoo)

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