Harun Yahya

The End Of The Dark Clan And
The Bright Future Of The World


Put your trust in the Living Who does not die and glorify Him with praise… (Qur'an, 25: 58)

So far in this book we have analysed the structure of the dark clan, its ideology and the system it has established. All this information demonstrates that the dark clan is a well-organised movement and that it has taken every precaution in order to ensure the continuity of its system. Because of this some of our readers could have come to the mistaken conclusion that the dark clan is here to stay. In reality, the dark clan's system, like all other systems outside religion are destined to disappear. In the Qur'an, God gives us the good tidings that the believers and those on the side of goodness will definitely be victorious in their struggle against evil:

Do not give up and do not be downhearted. You shall be uppermost if you are believers. (Qur'an, 3: 139)

Clan members know that their system rests on rotten and shaky foundations and it is largely for this reason that they live their lives in constant nervousness and fear. The possibility of one day somehow being brought to justice for their evil deeds and the crimes they have committed causes clan members great distress. Being brought to justice means that their life loses its meaning and value. This is why they constantly need to reassure themselves and those who join the clan with the lie: "We are powerful and we are unaccountable". They like to think that their resources will last forever and they make the mistake of believing that their plans will always function faultlessly. The passage of time and the fact that they do not suffer the consequences they deserve straight away, causes these people to fool themselves that they will always get away with it. However, God reveals in the Qur'an that He has allowed them a certain amount of time at the end of which they too will be witnesses to the truth:

Say: "As for those who are astray, let the All-Merciful prolong their term until they see what they were promised, whether it be the punishment or the Hour. Then they will know who is in the worse position and has the weaker troops." (Qur'an, 19: 75)

No one on that Day will be able to protect anyone else and no high office and no property will be of any use. There will be neither organisations nor people who can prevent God from giving the clan members their due. People on the Day of Judgment will wish to dissociate themselves completely from the evil deeds and immoral acts of their worldly lives and they will beg God to be allowed back to the world just the once in order to make amends. However, God reveals in the Qur'an:


… Those who join forces for evil will be answerable for it… (Qur'an, 4: 85)

In other words, every human will get what he deserves. In another verse God describes the situation for some of mankind on the Day of Judgment: But as for him who is given his Book in his left hand, he will say, "If only I had not been given my Book and had not known about my Reckoning! If only death had really been the end! My wealth has been of no use to me." (Qur'an, 69: 25-28)

The people they considered their partners will have disappeared. Everybody will have dispersed from around them; everybody they used to sin with, who acknowledged their power and their status and who they thought would never abandon them:

Those against whom the Word has been justly carried out will say, "Our Lord, those people we misled, we only misled them as we too were misled. We declare our innocence to You. It was not us they were worshipping!" They will be told, "Call on your partner-gods!" They will call on them but they will not respond to them. They will see the punishment. Oh if only they had been guided! (Qur'an, 28: 63-64)

As God reveals in these verses, those who do not quit denial and repent, and those who become arrogant and transgress with their God-given wealth, will realise what a big mistake they have made when God's punishment engulfs them. Those who refrain from evil and do not seek another mentor besides God must make an effort to prevent others in their environment from doing evil, so that eventually, God willing, the dark clan's corrupt and tyrannical system will come to an end and an environment of safety and justice can emerge. The responsibility of the believers is mentioned in the Qur'an:

Would that there had been more people with a vestige of good among the generations of those who came before you, who forbade corruption in the earth, other than the few among them whom We saved… (Qur'an, 11: 116)


My Protector is God Who sent down the Book. He takes care of the righteous. (Qur'an, 7: 196)

God invites people to peace and happiness and if the believers fulfil their duty of enjoining good and forbidding evil as God prescribes, many people who are unaware of the true religious morality will turn to the Qur'an and begin to lead a life which is pleasing to God. With the disappearance of the dark clan's degenerate system, problems like chaos, poverty, discontent, insecurity, injustice and inequality will disappear too and the world will become a place of peace and plenty. The streets will be safe again, the legal system will deliver justice, everybody will have the opportunity to seek God's bounty, and everybody will benefit according to their need from education and health services. The arts will receive the appreciation and attention they deserve, the standard of housing and accommodation will rise, great leaps will be taken in science and technology, people will approach one another with respect and compassion and crime rates will drop dramatically.
It must not be forgotten that it is every believer's duty to pray and work for the realisation of the wonderful prospect we have described. If the believers make a sincere and determined effort to spread religious morality, God will: "make them successors in the land as He made those before them successors, and will firmly establish for them their religion." (Qur'an, 24: 55)
Like all of the Muslims, we pray to see people turning to God's religion in great numbers as stated in the Qur'an:
When God's help and victory have arrived and you have seen people entering God's religion in droves, then glorify your Lord's praise and ask His forgiveness. He is the Ever-Returning. (Qur'an, 110: 1-3)


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