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Chronological Authentic History of Holy Jerusalem
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Please note that, The most the information of Chronological History of Jerusalem was cited from Raheem Bawa  Muhiyaddeen’s (RA) letter to the Head of the states in 1980. He had many visions of mass-destructions. This is included in the last part of Alam Vision’s of the Millennium Prophecy; if his followers agreed to compose this information voluntarily.


4128 B.C.

Creation of Adam in Paradise. In the beginning, according to the Sacred Scriptures of the Holy Traditions, Adam and Eve were brought together by the mercy of Allah in the Arabian Desert following a long period of preparation in paradise. Immediately thereafter they created the first house of worship and called it Holy Kaaba. And surrounding this Holy Kaaba they created a city and called it by the name of Holy Mecca. And to better remember the paradise into which they had been born, they created in the desert a second Holy City with green gardens, flowers, great fields of olive and fig trees and other splendors. They gave to this flowering place of the soul the name Jerusalem and dedicated it to the family man. By the time of Adams death, at approximately 1000 years of age, he had more than 4000 descendants. This first human civilization spread through Asia and the Middle East, ended with the great flood during the time of Noah (SM) (Flood receded in 2472 B.C.). The prophet Noah (SM) established the second human civilization, and re-established the animal kingdom with the survivors of the flood. Today Adams seed has populated the Earth with nearly six billion souls. And now, as before, mans holy quest for spiritual perfection and an enduring peace is his highest purpose.

1900 B.C.

Abraham enters Jerusalem. Melchizedek, King of Salem, welcomes and blesses him.

1300-1240 B.C.

Moses leads the Israelis from Egypt; his followers led by Joshua, arrive in Cannan. Joshua defeats the King of Jerusalem, who is the head of the alliance of cities, but the city remains Jebusite.

1000 B.C.

David wrests Jerusalem from the Jebusites and makes it capital of his kingdom.

970 B.C.

Solomon succeeds David as King of Israel.

950 B.C.

Solomons Temple is completed (The Holy Mosque Al-Aqsa)

928 B.C.

Shishak of Egypt sacks the city.

721 B.C.

Tiglath-Pileser of Assyria conquers Northern Israel, and tiny Judea is all that remains of the Empire of David and Solomon.

701 B.C.

Sennacherib, King of Assyria, lays siege to Jerusalem but is repelled.

587-86 B.C.

Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon conquers Jerusalem, destroys Solomons Temple, exiles the Jews to Babylon, and for all intents and purposes, Judea ceases to exist.

539 B.C.

Cyrus of Persia topples the Babylon Empire. Jerusalem is freed, Nebuchadnezzars victims are released, and the descendants of David are allowed to return to Jerusalem. Construction of the second Temple is begun under Sheshbazzara, a descendant of the House of David and governor of Judah, and is continued by his nephew Zerubbabel.

515 B.C.

The rebuilt Temple of Solomon is inaugurated.

445 B.C.

Nehemiah completes the fortification of Jerusalem.

332 B.C.

Alexander the Great of Macedon conquers the Persian Empire but leaves Jerusalem untouched.

312 B.C.

After a series of battles between Alexanders generals, Ptolemy wins control over Jerusalem and takes Jewish prisoners to Alexandria.

312-198 B.C.

Rule of Ptolemaic Dynasty.

198 B.C.

Antiochus III drives the Egyptians from the city.

198-169 B.C.

The Seleucids rule Jerusalem. Antiochus IV marches on Jerusalem to impose conformity of worship, the Jews are forced to conform to the Greek world and to give up circumcision and their codes of cleanliness and diet. They are forced to worship Zeus. The temple is pillaged. Antiochus IV erects a Pagan altar and sacrifices pigs before the idol of Zeus. The scroll of the law is torn up and burned.

164 B.C.

The Maccabes rise in rebellion and drive the Seleucids from the city and the temple. They cleanse, purify and rededicate the temple.

63 B.C.

Pompey and the Roman legions conquer Jerusalem. They defile the temple and dedicate it to Imperial Rome.

40 B.C.

The Romans are driven out and the city is briefly ruled by Mattathias Antigonus, the Hosmonean King. The Romans re-conquer the city.

39 B.C.

Herod is chosen by Romans to be King of the Jews. (Herods father was an Arab, who had been forcibly converted to Judaism and so he was readily adapted for Roman uses. Mark Anthony made him a Roman citizen, and thus his son, Herod, learned Roman politics.)

Emran appointed custodian of the Holy Temple of Solomon (Al-Aqsa Mosque).

35 B.C.

Prophet Zakaria (SM) killed by his followers.

33 B.C.

Allah accepts Emran and his wifes prayers and grants them a girl child named Mary. Emran dies 3 months before Marys birth. Marys mother, keeping a promise to Allah, turns her daughter Mary over to Zachariya (SM) for service in Solomons Temple (Mosque Al-Aqsa).

32 B.C.

Prophet Yahya (SM), son of Zachariya (SM), also killed by his followers.

20 B.C.

Herods Temple construction begins.

4 B.C.

By special gift of Allah, the Virgin Mary bears a son. This child is named Jesus.

29 A.D.

Jesus Trial and his departure from the world to Heaven.

66 A.D.

Gessius Florus troops loot the temples treasury, slaughtering worshipers and rabbis. This touches off the revolt of the population of Jerusalem.

70 A.D.

Titus captures, sacks and destroys the second temple. Thousands upon thousands are killed, and again Jerusalem falls into the hands of the Romans. (Six-hundred-and-fifty-seven years after the Babylonians plundered and razed the first temple, the second fell and none has risen since.)

132 A.D.

The Jews, led by Bar Kokhba, drive out the Romans and again make Jerusalem the Jewish Capital.

135 A.D.

The Roman emperor Hadrian destroys Jerusalem and builds on its site a city with new walls called Aelia Capitolina, with a temple on Mount Moriah dedicated to Jupiter. Hadrian bans the Jews from Jerusalem, and all Jews who defy the ban are executed.

324 A.D.

Constantine of Byzantium conquers Jerusalem.

325 A.D.

Constantine the Great embraces the Christian faith, thereby inaugurating the first Christian rule over the city. He marches under the flag of Jesus, uniting the eastern and western Roman empires. The city of Jerusalem is rededicated. His mother, Helena makes a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and identifies the sites for the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Church of the Church of the Nativity.

336 A.D.

Constantine builds the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. (This was the rebirth of Jerusalem, both as spiritual center and as an objective of religious pilgrimage.)

570 A.D.

Birth of Muhammad (SM). (Prophet of Mankind and Peace in Holy Mecca).

614 A.D.

The Sassanid Persians led by Khosrau II push south through Palestine to the Sinai and Egypt, conquering Jerusalem, butchering 60,000 Christians, selling 35,000 into slavery and demolishing the Christian shrines.

621 A.D.

The prophet Muhammads (SM) journey to the Heavens (Meraj or Ascension) gave him fresh inspiration and the courage of heart to continue his prophetic mission in the service of God and Islam. On the way to Heaven the prophet stopped over Jerusalem and lead spiritual prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the presence of more than 124,000 souls of departed prophets.

622 A.D.

With divine consent, prophet Muhammad (SM), along with a band of his Muslim followers, emigrated to Holy Madina on the invitation of its wise elders, who acknowledged him as the Prophet of God. He built a Mosque in Holy Madina. This was also the beginning of the Islamic Hijra Calendar. He established the first Islamic State in Holy Madina.

623 A.D.

Muslims were instructed by the prophet to turn towards the Holy Kaaba in Holy Mecca during their prayer instead of Jerusalem (Baitul Moqadas) as was the practice heretofore. The prophet gave the covenant of Holy Madina to govern the relations between the Islamic State and its inhabitants, between the State and its non-Muslim citizens and the rights and duties of the citizens and the State.

628 A.D.

Prophet Muhammad (SM) signed the Peace Treaty of Hudaibya with Holy Meccas emissaries under which Muslims were, inter Alia, allowed to go to the Holy Kaaba for the annual pilgrimage in restricted numbers. Muslims won the battle of Khaybar in the same year. Prophet Muhammad (SM) wrote to the Heads of many States to enter the fold of Islam.

629 A.D.

The Byzantine Emperor Heraclius returns to Jerusalem, massacres the Jews, expels the survivors and restores the ruined city.

630 A.D.

Mecca surrenders to Muhammad (SM) and during the next seven years, the Empire of Heracluis begins to fall to the rising Arab Nation.

632 A.D.

Prophet Muhammads (SM) last Haj pilgrimage at the Holy Mecca and his historic sermon on Mount Arafat on the outskirts of Holy Mecca.

Death of Muhammad (SM). (Prophet of Mankind and Peace in Holy City Madina).

638 A.D.

Úmar Ibn Al-Khattab (R), the second Muslim Caliph, captures Jerusalem and builds the first Mosque on the site where Solomon had erected the first temple. Úmar (R) is deeply conscious of Jerusalms universal sacredness and during his rule there is justice and freedom of worship. As People of the Book, Christians are exempt from payment of a poll tax.

687 A.D.

Ábd Al-Malik orders the erection of the Dome of the Rock (the oldest Muslim Sanctuary still standing in Jerusalem) for the purpose of attracting pilgrims to the Holy City.

691 A.D.

Dome of the Rock completed. Christians and Muslims coexist peacefully and their pilgrims share the Holy City.

1077 A.D.

A fierce band of Turkish nomads called Seljuks swarm through Persia, Iraq and Egypt, finally seizing Jerusalem. For over twenty years the Christians are prevented from worshiping in the Holy City.

1096 A.D.

In retaliation, the first crusaders depart for the Holy Land. Their number is made up of Christians from England, France and Germany. Over 100,000 foot soldiers pillage and battle their way across Asia, without order or discipline. Less than ten percent reach Jerusalem.

1098 A.D.

By the time the crusaders reach the Holy city, the Egyptians of the Fatmids Empire have recaptured the city. Though the Fatmids had always given Christians the freedom of the city.

1099 A.D.

The crusaders led by Godfroi de Bouillon capture Jerusalem, butchering its defendants and inhabitants, men, women and children alike, and defile the Mosque of Al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock. De Bouillon becomes the defender of the Holy Sepulcher.

1100-1118 A.D.

Reign of Baldwin I, first ruler of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. Plaster is applied over Arabic inscriptions and the Dome of the Rock is transformed into a Christian Church. Muslims and Jews are forbidden to reside in Jerusalem.

1187 A.D.

Saladin, vizier of Egypt, is determined to restore the Dome of the Rock to Arab rule. Through daring political and military maneuvers, he becomes King of Egypt and Syria. Finally, he achieves his objectives and captures Jerusalem. He restores Muslim and Jewish inhabitation of the city.

1192 A.D.

Saladin and Richard the Lion-Hearted sign a five-year truce, ending the third crusade and giving Christians the right to make pilgrimages to Jerusalem.

1193 A.D.

Saladin dies.

1229 A.D.

The two succeeding monarchs, Sultan Al-Kamil and Frederick II of Germany, briefly revert the Holy City to Christian rule. Warfare again sweeps the city and Arabs again recaptured Jerusalem. For nearly seven centuries Christians would not again govern Jerusalem.

1250 A.D.

The Mamelukes rise against the Ayyubid Caliphs in Cairo, seize power in Egypt and turn Palestine into an Egyptian province, beginning a 267-year reign of Egyptians, during which 47 sovereigns briefly sit upon the bloodstained throne.

1260 A.D.

The Tartars pillaged the city.

1267 A.D.

The Mamelukes take control of Jerusalem and inaugurate a period of architectural beautification of Muslim Jerusalem. They also rebuild the walls of the city.

1400 A.D.

Muhammad II, a Sultan of the Ottoman Turks, successfully besieges the city of Constantinople.

1517 A.D.

Salim I (Muhammad IIs grandson) captures Jerusalem from the Mameluke army. According to the original writs of Úmar, he gives the Christians jurisdiction over their holy shrines.

1537 A.D.

Suleiman the Magnificent, successor of Salim, begins his campaign to rebuild, beautify and fortify Jerusalem.

1816 A.D.

A decree of the reigning Sultan allows the Jews free entrance to Palestine. From this time on, the Jewish population increases rapidly.

1827 A.D.

United States opens the first diplomatic mission in Jerusalem.

1839 A.D.

British Consulate is established in Jerusalem, extending protection to the Jews.

1847 A.D.

The Catholic Church is renewed in Jerusalem.

1854 A.D.

Turkey, England, France and Russia fight the Crimean War- ostensibly to settle the question of jurisdiction over Jerusalems holy shrines.

1860 A.D.

The first Jewish suburbs are built outside the wall.

1896 A.D.

Theodore Herzl publishes The Jewish State, a pamphlet that details a plan for the establishment of an autonomous Jewish State in Palestine under the authority of the Sultan.

1897 A.D.

First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland. The creation of a homeland for Jews in Palestine is proclaimed as the goal of the Zionist movement. There is a tremendous upsurge of Jewish migration to the Holy Land.

1917 A.D.

The British enter Jerusalem. The Ottoman army surrenders to the British. The Balfour Declaration puts Great Britain on record as favoring "a national home for the Jewish people." This declaration is the supported by France, the United States and Italy.

1919 A.D.

The awakening Arab nationalism is voiced, with the Syrian Congress declaring its opposition to further Zionist migration.

1929 A.D.

Savage attacks on Jews in Jerusalem, Hebron and Safad rekindle religious antagonism. The ancient Jewish communities of Safad and Hebron are almost wiped out.

1937 A.D.

Publication of the Royal (Peel) Commission, recommending the partition of Palestine.

1939-1945 A.D.

World War II. Six million Jews are killed by the Germans. British government issues White Paper in 1939, limiting immigration of Jewish refugees.

1945 A.D.

Germany surrenders and 30,000 Jews are released from Nazi concentration camps.

1946 A.D.

Underground, illegal immigration to Israel of Jewish survivors of the German concentration camps commences.

1947 A.D.

United Nations votes partition of Palestine and creates Israel as the New Jewish State.

1948 A.D.

British withdraw from Palestine. The State of Israel is proclaimed with Jerusalem as its Capital. War engulfs the area. Jerusalem is partitioned.

1951 A.D.

King Ábdullah of Transjordan, early advocate of Arab confederation, assassinated in the Mosque Al-Aqsa.

1956 A.D.

War. The Sinai Campaign.

1967 A.D.

Six day War: Israelis seize Golan Heights, Sinai, Gaza, The West Bank and old Jerusalem from the Arabs. The city is under Israeli rule.

Forty-four Islamic Countries established organization for Islamic Conference (O.I.C.) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for the purpose of freeing the Holy Al-Aqsa from Israeli occupation.

1973 A.D.

Yom Kippur War.

1974 A.D.

The Signs of Destruction's statement made by Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Religious & Spiritual Leader of Srilanka.

1979 A.D.

Israel and Egypt reach a peace agreement. A timetable is set for returning captured lands. The process of returning the lands and normalizing of relationships is begun.

1980 A.D.

A letter was written in February 1980 by Sufi Muhammad Raheem Mahaiyadden, religious and spiritual leader of Sri Lanka, to the leaders of the world working to establish peace in Jerusalem.

1982-83 A.D.

The Conference on the Question of Palestine. In 1982, the Committee began work as the preparatory body for the International Conference on the Question of Palestine, which was meant to ensure universal commitment to the establishment of a Palestinian State within the framework of the Committees recommendations. The conference was convened in Geneva, Switzerland, in August/September 1983, with representatives of 137 States as well as the PLO taking part. It adopted a Declaration on Palestine, which established guidelines for international efforts on the question of Palestine.

1986 A.D.

The International Conference on World Peace was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, under the auspices of Dayemi Complex Bangladesh and empowered by the U.N. General Assembly in 1986. In recommendation #8, this conference urges that effective measures be taken against unlawful occupation of Holy Mosques of Al-Aqsa, Al-Quds and Al-Sharif and their return to rightful owners.

1988 A.D.

The Middle East Peace Mission, initiated by U.S. President George Bush together with King Hussein of Jordan, King Hassan of Morocco and President Assad of Syria, recognized Palestinian rights in U.N. Security Council Resolutions. Additionally, in February 1988, His Holiness Shah Sufi Syed Dayemullah, 42nd descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (SM) and seventh Caliph of the Holy Dayera Sufi Dynasty, submitted a historic eleven-part peace proposal to the United Nations via his special envoy, Sheikh Shah Mohammad Nurul Alam, who undertook to travel to Jerusalem at the risk of his life. This delicate and hazardous mission was accomplished with the courageous help of Reverend Vernon Nichols, President of the United Nations N.G.O. Committee on Disarmament and Reverend Sue Nichols, President of the United Nations N.G.O. Committee on Religion.Both these good Samaritans are Directors of the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office and Representatives of International Organization for Religious Freedom in Germany.

On November 15, 1988 the Leadership of Mr. Yasir Arafat declared the State of Palestine, Capital in Jerusalem. Until 1993, 94 countries have recognized the State of Palestine. Over 1000 International NGOs have also supported the State of Palestine.

1992 A.D.

During the Gulf War President Saddam Hussein of Iraq attacked Israel.

India has established diplomatic relationship with Israel in 1992.

Twenty-five years of occupation.

On June 5, 1992 to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory of The West Bank, The Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, the Committees Chairman Keba Birane Cisse (Senegal), forwarded a letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for circulation as a General Assembly and Security Council Document.

The Chairmans letter stated that the occupation maintained by increasingly repressive policies and practices, continued in violation of International Law and Security Council resolutions and in total disregard of international efforts to achieve a just and peaceful settlement of the conflict. Israelis refusal to recognize Palestinian rights had presented an insurmountable obstacle to such efforts.

The Palestinian people had paid dearly for the occupation with the loss of their life, loss of land and natural resources, and severe restrictions on their political, civil, economic, social and cultural rights, the letter continued. Every aspect of Palestinian life was controlled by the Israeli military authorities through some 2,000 military orders enacted during 25 years of occupation. Human Rights Organizations had reported that from December 1987 (the beginning of the Intifadah) through March 1992, at least 1,032 Palestinians had been killed, most of them by shooting, and more than 121,000 had been injured by Israeli forces.

1993 A.D.

In recent years the United Nations Security Council adopted numerous resolutions toward achieving peace in the Middle East. Realization of the peace has eluded Jerusalem to the present day, however, prognosticators since ancient times have predicted major events for the time just ahead of us. Today, Sheikh Sufi Mohammad Nurul Alam, 8th Caliph of Holy Dayera Sufi Dynasty, 43rd spiritual successor of the Prophet of Islam (SM) delivers a prophetic revelation warning of the threat of World War at the threshold of the third millennium. His vision of hope for mankind, however, anticipates the coming of a unifying succession of leaders from the traditions of each of the worlds great religions. According to his words, this Spiritual Dynasty will commence after the year 2002 A.D. in Jerusalem, and herald the beginning of the millennium of peace upon the Earth.

2002 A.D.

After the year 2002, the Great Imam Mahdi (SM) and establishment of the New World Order in Jerusalem. He will lead humanity into the Golden Age creating Heaven on Earth.  After the year 2002 A.D. , Jesus Christ (Nabi Isha) SM) will appear from Heaven at the City of Damascus, Syria and there will no longer be any destructive intent, nor any need for weapons of mass destruction.

2011 A.D.

Jesus Christ will lead the New World Government till December 2052.

2052 A.D.

King Jahjah, another leader, will come into power and lead humanity to continue the Spiritual Dynasty until 2102.

2102 A.D.

A leader from Africa will emerge and thereafter descendants of his Holy Dynasty will lead humanity for the next 900 years. After this time confusion and chaos will again come about. Eventually, the Holy Mosque (Holy Kabha) at Mecca will be destroyed and 700 years of human history will come to an end on planet Earth.

3000 A.D.

In the month of Arabic calendar, the 10th Muharram.

3002 A.D.

The Angel Israphil (A), Angel of doom, will (as desired by the almighty God) completely destroy the planet Earth along with 18,000 other planets.

By December 3002 A.D. the Day of Judgment will begin at Holy Jerusalem in front of the Dome of the Rock. The almighty God will establish his Supreme Court, Court of Lords, which will appoint as Attorney General (attorney of mercy), Prophet of mankind and peace. At the Final Day of Judgment the Prophet Muhammad (SM) may intervene on behalf of deserving mortals.

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