One of the many aspects that one learns about via the story of the Dajjaal is that worldly wealth and achievements are not what determine a person's worth and true value. Indeed, a person could possess all that the world contains yet if he is devoid of faith in his heart, he is truly worth nothing. Thus, another hadeeth in Saheeh Muslim reads: Mugheerah ibn Shu'ba stated: No one asked God's Messenger, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, more about the Dajjaal than I. He said (to me), "He should not be a source of worry to you for he would not be able to do any harm to you." I said, "God's Messenger, it is alleged that he would have along with him (abundance of) food and water." Thereupon he said, "He (the Dajjaal) and his ability to misguide the believers with what God has allowed to be created by his (the Dajjaal's) hands (ie, the large quantities of food and water with him) would be insignificant in comparison to God's ability to make these events a source for increasing the faith of the believers." Également mentionné dans le Sahih de Mouslim quelques hadiths où le Prophète Muhammad a déclaré: "There will be no land which the Dajjaal would not pass through or traverse except for Mecca and Medina, and there would no passage out of the passages leading to them which would not be guarded by angels arranged in rows. Then he (the Dajjaal) would appear in some tracts of land (which contain high concentrations of salt and wherein seepage occurs causing them to be barren) adjacent to the city of Medina and it (Medina) would sake violently such that every unbeliever and hypocrite would exit from it and move towards him (the Dajjaal)." Le Prophète a également décrit les partisans de l'Antéchrist, quand il a dit: "The Dajjaal would be followed by seventy thousand Jews of Isfahan wearing Persian shawls"..