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Synonyms for doomsday

(New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

an unpleasant or disastrous destiny

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and mediate for his family and friends in the Dooms Day.
Some elements in the country are painting a dooms day scenario and are calling for revolutionary changes in Pakistan as the Arab World is now experiencing, not realizing that, revolutions are dangerous because they generate energies which must be controlled and given proper direction, otherwise they turn inwards, causing very serious damage to national unity.
Imam Hassan al-Askari is the 11th Imam of the Shiite Muslims and he was the son of Imam Ali al-Hadi and the father of Imam al-Mahdi, who Muslims believe is still alive and would appear on the Dooms day.
But the Koran is known to condemn such terrorist acts until dooms day.
There's also all of the training for Dooms Day, of which we recently got a preview.
I could not understand the meaning of Qur'an, however, I could pick up some words describing the Dooms Day and life hereafter, heaven and hell.
Such martyrs would always be remembered till dooms day, he added.
He pointed out that the political opponents were even forecasting dooms day scenario for the Party in Sindh after the local bodies' elections but the elections had confirmed that the popularity of the Party had surged in the province not to speak of its decline.
They painted dooms day scenario for Pakistan hockey and with renewed vigor campaigned for the removal of Bajwa which was unjustified.
KARACHI -- The second day of the Asian Under-21 Snooker Championship in Colombo (Sri Lanka) turned out be a dooms day as all three Pakistani cueists Abdul Raheem, Mohammad Saqib and Haris Tahir suffered defeats on Friday.
LAHORE -- Former Olympians have lambasted the Pakistan Hockey Federation after Pakistan failed to qualify for 2016 Rio Olympics saying that the teams crash in Antwerp was no less than a dooms day for them.