After ‘Dajjal’ trended on Twitter, Muslims are now cancelling their Netflix subscriptions
According to Netflix, “There’s no truth to this story.”
Muslims from various countries have shown absolute anger because of the latest project by Netflix. The project ‘Messiah’ is based on a Christ-like man. He performs miracles all around the world.
Muslims have discovered that the name of the character is a synonym of ‘Dajjal’. Dajjal is a false prophet in Islamic theology.
According to Netflix, “There’s no truth to this story.” They have also denied blocking fans who have talked against the series.
Here’s how Muslims across the world are reacting to the series:
Read these 10 verse of Surah Kahf every Friday & you'll be saved from Masih-A-Dajjal.
Hollywood is trying to mislead us from the right path through their next Netflix series #Messiah who's producer is a child molester.
"#MessiahIsComing to be killed by Prophet Isa (Jesus) A.S." https://t.co/r3A835w36t pic.twitter.com/tsJaLXXXF4
— Z A I D (@TweetsByZaid) December 4, 2019
So they're preparing us for "The Anti-Christ" !@MessiahNetflix can I spoil the ending?
Go ahead block me afterwards.
He'll lose his eye and then he'll be killed by the true messiah Jesus!
And I'm not talking abt your stupid series! Talking abt real life
— Ahsan Hashmi (@Hashmi2K) December 4, 2019
I see some Muslims getting outraged by the portrayal of Dajjal in Netflix's #MessiahIsComing trailer. Truth is that such ridiculous portrayals are a natural result of literal interpretation of Hadiths of Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) on the subject by the Muslims of today. Ponder! pic.twitter.com/yhuc4ZtIw6
— Bilal Mahmood (@bilalmahmooduk) December 4, 2019
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.#Dajjal#عمرانی_فرعونیت_نامنظور pic.twitter.com/bh6McEp6mE
— Jehangir (@Jehangi21236468) December 5, 2019
brother I was honestly thinking about that, it's about time I stop providing them funds to produce these atrocious shows… :"(
— Zzz 🤪 (@fahhamakhlaq) December 4, 2019
— Mo 💎 (@Mo_Ali54) December 4, 2019
Not me. You guys are offended way too easily. So much for the strength of your faith…
— Sacha Lois (@Sacha_L) December 8, 2019
Thi be honest it looks good, might make a good point on mob mentality plus it's Netflix sho why di wer expect it to be anything other than entertainment?
— NafizaBintMaruzeh (@maruzeh) December 4, 2019
Earlier, the Pakistani audience was not very happy by the trailer of the new Netflix series ‘Bard of Blood’ by the King of Bollywood, Shahrukh Khan.
Mehwish Hayat tweeted about how Indian media has always deliberately defamed Pakistan
This just vindicates what I have been saying for so long. Another week & yet another anti-Pakistan project. Now can we wake up, smell the coffee & see Bollywood’s agenda for what it is?@iamsrk Be patriotic, nobody is stopping you – just don’t do it at the expense of vilifying us. https://t.co/iCElRpJAa1
— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) August 23, 2019
Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment has produced the series. It is an Indian spy thriller and is starring Emraan Hashmi.
The trailer starts in Balochistan, where Indian spies have been abducted and are about to be killed before delivering an important piece of information to India. Hashmi, who is playing an excommunicated RAW agent Kabir Anand, is called to Balochistan for a rescue mission.
A book of the same name by Bilal Siddiqi has formed the basis of the series. The upcoming series has really upset Muslims and twitter is just full of it.
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