Although the word 'Dajjal' - which comes from the Arabic word meaning 'to deceive', 'to cheat', 'to smear with tar' - does not appear in the Qur'an, the Dajjal is described in considerable detail in all major collections of Hadith, including the two well-known Sahih collections of Imam al-Bukhari and Imam Muslim, especially in the sections which are concerned with 'the last days', the period of time immediately preceding the end of the world, as well as in many other compilations of Hadith such as Al-Mishkat Al-Masabih, The Gardens of the Righteous, and Al-Muwatta' of Imam Malik:
There are three aspects of the Dajjal:
There is Dajjal the individual.
There is Dajjal as a worldwide social and cultural phenomenon.
There is Dajjal as an unseen force.
(According to scholarly opinions, the latter two aspects will be established before Dajjal the individual will appear. That is, he will appear when the support system he needs is in place throughout the world either directly or indirectly).
Dajjal the individual will be the epitome of the Dajjal system, the ultimate kaffir, and therefore inevitably to be chosen as the leader of that system, when he appears. The letters KFR are the basic root letters of the Arabic word Kufr, or Kaffir. Kufr is to cover up and to reject. The kaffir is the one who covers up the true nature of existence - and who rejects the messengers who are sent by Allah to show people how to live in harmony with what is within in them and with what is without them, and to worship and have knowledge of Allah. The Prophet Muhammad said that kufr is one system. The Kufr system is the Dajjal. The three aspects of Dajjal are in fact interlinked and indivisible.
The Dajjal is also described in the Hadith as having many eyes on both sides, and travelling about the world in large hops. Among other descriptions of the Dajjal in the Hadith collections we find the following:
The Dajjal can be heard all over the world at the same time.The following are facts taken from the sayings of the Messenger of Allah ( Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) regarding Dajjal the individual:
The Dajjal will talk of the Fire (Jahannam), and make it seem like the Garden (Jannah). Dajjal [the Sick Man of Humanity] will talk of the Garden, and make it seem like the Fire. [Two examples of these relate to matters of justice and peace. He will proclaim justice but he will pursue injustice, and he will proclaim peace but he will pursue the opposite of peace and every proclaimation by him of the so-called peace will be a deterioration of whatever is left of peace. That is, he will do exactly opposite of what he proclaims].
Name and Title
His name will be Abdullah, son of Cyatid (it's possible that the correct reading of his father's name may actually be "Syadid"). His title is al-Masih ad-Dajjal meaning "The False Messiah". However, he also claims divinity, thus he is also a false deity.
The Dajjal will be of Jewish origin.
He will be very irritable and get extremely angry, and the first thing (by the incitement of which) he would come out before the public would be his anger..
He will be blind in one eye, while his other will be like a "floating grape". He will be short, fat, hen-toed, crooked-legged, with black curly, woolly hair, and a ruddy complexion. He will have on his forehead, between his eyes, the word "kaffir", which any believer, literate or illiterate, can read.
He will try to convince people that he is God and have the power to bring back the dead, people will follow him because of this and forget Allah is testing them.
Dajjals heaven will be our hell and his hell will be our heaven.
Its going to be a tough time for Muslimz but we got to get through it inshallah.