The ground will cave in: one in the east, one in the west, and one in Hejaz, Saudi Arabia.
Fog or smoke will cover the skies for forty days. The nonbelievers will fall unconscious, while Muslims will be ill (develop colds). The skies will then clear up.
A night three nights long will follow the fog. It will occur in the month of Zil-Hajj after Eidul-Adha, and cause much restlessness among the people.
After the night of three nights, the following morning the sun will rise in the west. People’s repentance will not be accepted after this incident.
One day later, the Beast from the earth will miraculously emerge from Mount Safaa in Makkah, causing a split in the ground. The beast will be able to talk to people and mark the faces of people, making the believers’ faces glitter, and the nonbelievers’ faces darkened.
A breeze from the south causes sores in the armpits of Muslims, which they will die of as a result.
The Ka’aba will be destroyed by non-Muslim African group. Kufr will be rampant. Haj will be discontinued. The Qur’an will be lifted from the heart of the people, 30 years after the ruler Muquad’s death.
The fire will follow people to Syria, after which it will stop.
Some years after the fire, Qiyaamah begins with the Soor (trumpet) being blown. The year is not known to any person. Qiyaamah will come upon the worst of creation.