al-Masih ad-Dajjal is, according to Islamic eschatology, an evil figure. He's to appear pretending to be the Masih, or Messiah in the future before the Day of Resurrection, or Yawm al-Qiyamah. He's considered to be the Muslim equivalent of the Christian Antichrist.
In World War 3: Sinister Operations, al-Masih ad Dajjal is later rumored to be an Israeli billionaire named Abraham Ben-Hadad.
In World War 3: Sinister OperationsEdit
When Israeli billionaire Abraham Ben-Hadad becomes rich beyond his wildest dreams, radical Muslims start believing him to be al-Masih ad-Dajjal.
When Ben-Hadad actually declares war on Muhammad's Army and their allies on national television, all of the radical Muslim terrorist group realizes that their assumptions are "correct" and begin targeting him and his organization.
- This is the first Islam-related figure to make an appearance in the novel.
- It is also the first "evil" character to be a fictional person.
- Originally, various other people were considered to be the evil figure, but ultimately Abraham Ben-Hadad was selected.
- Also, al-Masih ad-Dajjal is the first Islam-related figure to be an Israeli.