Since being posted on YouTube in June, the documentary has gone viral with over a quarter million views to date. According to sources in the U.K., the documentary has become extremely popular among Britain's Muslim youth population.
According to the documentary's self-description, its purpose is to: "explore the revelations in world religions regarding the arrivals of the Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi, and the Second Coming of The Christ."
The documentary is a whirlwind tour of Muslim apocalyptic narratives intermixed liberally with anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist themes.
Although clearly home-spun, "The Arrivals" is a magnetic kitchen mix of every conspiracy imaginable, with a solid thread of Islamic apocalyptic sermonizing throughout. Images are rhythmically flashed before the viewer of Illuminati and Freemasonry symbols along with the inevitable "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" anti-Semitic conspiracy themes. And of course, it is all thoroughly topped off with graphic images of Muslim children suffering set to an "Omen"-like or "Godfather"-esque sountrack. Short clips of movies are also liberally pirated throughout. From "The Lord of the Rings" to "American Treasure," the viewer is immediately swept up into an ancient cosmic struggle with the heroic Muslim community fighting for truth against the plotting and scheming Zionists, Christians, Bilderbergers, Illuminati and the Club of Rome.
The camera pans over the back of the American dollar bill with its prominent all-seeing eye too many times to count.
Muslim apocalyptic tradition holds that the Antichrist, whom they call "the Dajjal," will be blind in one eye. Numerous Muslim authors and teachers have used this one-eyed motif to point the finger at a secret conspiracy of Freemasonry / Illuminati as the source of evil behind all world ills.
According to the documentary, Jesus Christ as He has been worshipped by Christians throughout history is merely a Christianized version of Ra, the Egyptian Sun god. Accordingly, the video makes the following claim about Jesus (aka Ra):
The "one-eyed" sun god was referred to as "the son of god," "the light of the world" and "the ruler of all." Has the church deceived its followers into worshipping a one-eyed sun god? Has there been a worldwide conspiracy that is preparing the world to accept the one-eyed Dajjal as the true messiah?
The screen is then flooded with images of James Caviezel playing the part of Jesus in "The Passion." After having been severely beaten, one of his eyes is swollen shut. And then the question is answered. Has the church deceived its followers into worshipping Ra?:
The film then moves on to the Quranic story of Jesus' birth from the Iranian film "Jesus, the Spirit of God."
As the documentary continues:
Our Christian brothers should know as a fact that while both Muslims and Christians believe Jesus to be Messiah and Savior, the Zionist Jews of the world deny him and are still awaiting their savior. A great question you should ask yourself is this … In the modern-day Bible, who murdered Jesus? The corrupt Jews and Romans. Who later spread the religion of Jesus? The corrupt Jews and Romans. How can you trust the murderers of Jesus? And who has been ruling the world ever since? The Jews and the Holy Roman Empire. Do you want to know what their plans are? Do you want to know who is ushering in the satanic one-eyed sun god?
We are then treated to rhythmic images of the Star of David and the all-seeing eye.
And finally we arrive at the conclusion. An appeal to all Muslims: "Defeat yourselves and unite with each other. By any means necessary. Because Imam al-Mahdi is coming soon. And only the ready will be strong enough to join his mission." Footage of Gandalf the White is seen on his white horse, galloping forth steadfastly across a field with his staff shining forth with light.
By the time he arrives, the Fitna (division) will be widespread, as it is today. … The extremist Christians will state that Imam al Mahdi is the "Antichrist-dajjal." The extremist Jews will state that Imam Al-Mahdi is the "Antichrist-dajjal."
By the end of this series, you should be left with no doubts as to who the Antichrist dajjal will be. He will be made king. … You have overlooked the most basic element of who the dajjal (Antichrist) will be. Why do you think he is called "Al-Masih Ad Dajjal," i.e. "The Deceiving Messiah"? Why do you think he is called "The Antichrist"? Imam al-Mahdi will never claim to be the Messiah or the Christ. … you will recognize the dajjal when he comes.
And then we are taken to a stained glass image of Jesus with the words in bold: "This is NOT Jesus! The church has deceived you! This is pagan sun-worship!"
And so to review, the "extremist Christians" and the "extremists Jews" will say that the Islamic Messiah figure is the Antichrist. And then we are told that the historical, biblical Jesus is actually the sun-god Antichrist who will come back to deceive the world.