The deepest differences between Muslims and Westerners concern not politics but sexuality.
Each side has a long history of looking at the other's sexual mores with a mixture of astonishment and disgust.
Bill Salus in the article that I quote below gives more good reasons why the Antichrist will not come from Islam. I think the main reason people are now believing that the Antichrist is from Islam is the impact Islam is having on the world and the Assyrian references in the Bible.
There are thirteen Assyrian references in the Bible but most of them do not refer to the end times and the ones that might, do not have to be associated with the Antichrist.
Oddly the book of Daniel, which seemingly issues the most pivotal prophecy regarding the origin of this personage, does not once mention the Hebrew word Ashur, or Ashshur, which is translated as Assyria, or Assyrian.
This term is utilized within the Old Testament approximately 135 times; however, Daniel considered by many to be a prophetic authority on the subject of the Antichrist, apparently didn’t feel the Assyrian shoe fit the foot of this coming crazed world leader.
I posted a article why I do not believe the Beast will emerge from Islam or why the Beast will be Muslim.
Will the Antichrist and his Beast government come from Islam Dr Reagan has written a very scholarly work why the Antichrist will not be a Muslim.
Remember, 100% of your purchase fuels the fight for LGBTQ equality and makes you an active member of the Human Rights Campaign.He claims to be a Christian although Muslims would say he was Muslim because once a Muslim always a Muslim.In like manor the Antichrist could identify with Christianity, have lived in Iraq, but come to power through a revived Roman Empire.Relatively recently a small circle of individuals have injected into the Christian Church a paradigm shift in Antichrist thinking.They advocate that this beastly individual has Assyrian origins.(The term termagant sums up the surprising way Westerners saw Muslim women before the seventeenth century.) Here are some examples of customs and social attitudes from the Muslim side of the divide (in reverse chronological order) that have me, for one, shaking my head.I have made sure only to include instances in this weblog entry that represent a general outlook, and not just a single person's idiosyncrasy, anecdotes that reflect the Shari'a or societal consensus, not deviants and outcasts.Perhaps one might think that Daniel was given information about the Antichrist, but not necessarily about his ancestral roots.However, Daniel refutes this presumption in that it gives us the most detailed literal account within the entirety of scripture as to the origin of this individual.The whole concept of an Islam Antichrist is fantasy.PROPHECY DEPOT: Does Daniel Debunk the Assyrian Antichrist?