How could Mohammed give, in one of his prophecies of the world’s end, a broad hint about New York City though there were ten centuries separating him from the establishment of the town? Why did the Prophet often make a connection between the fall of the town and Rome to Muslims and the arising of the Antichrist? How long will the Antichrist stay on Earth, and what is the secret lurking behind the different gauge of time during his overwhelming ruling of the world? Why do Muslims believe that Jesus Christ will judge by the laws of Islam, and why are they convinced that Christ will be their Prophet and justice ruler, just as Mohammed was? Where are the two nations of Gog and Magog located, and why discoverers could not point out their location on Earth by the moment? The answers to these questions and many others are given in this book, Mohammed’s Prophecies of the World’s End.