The 12th Imam: Rise of the Antichrist

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Literary Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
In a story that is ripped from today’s world headlines, Iran has developed the bomb and has finally launched a deadly attack on Israel and the Great Satan, the United States. Once the attack begins, it brings unexpected results when the missiles somehow go astray and destroy the Dome of the Rock. While the Israeli attack fails, Iranian agents succeed in destroying several American cities including the nation’s capital with a nuclear blast. These actions cause a series of ancient prophesies to culminate first with Christians being removed from the earth in a mass exodus; while simultaneously the 12th Imam, the long awaited Islamic Messiah returns from the Jamkaran well where he has been slumbering for nearly 1,200 years. These events unite Jewish, Islamic and the remaining Christian adherents as each of their end-times writings and prophesies converge on a single individual who unites three major religions that have been fighting for centuries.

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The 12th Imam: Rise of the Antichrist

Submitted: December 23, 2012

In a story that is ripped from today’s world headlines, Iran has developed the bomb and has finally launched a deadly attack on Israel and the Great Satan, the United States. Once the attack begins, it brings unexpected results when the missiles somehow go astray and destroy the Dome of the Rock. While the Israeli attack fails, Iranian agents succeed in destroying several American cities including the nation’s capital with a nuclear blast. These actions cause a series of ancient prophesies to culminate first with Christians being removed from the earth in a mass exodus; while simultaneously the 12th Imam, the long awaited Islamic Messiah returns from the Jamkaran well where he has been slumbering for nearly 1,200 years. These events unite Jewish, Islamic and the remaining Christian adherents as each of their end-times writings and prophesies converge on a single individual who unites three major religions that have been fighting for centuries. Read Chapter