Sunni narrative sources have reported numerous hadiths about the Mahdi and the savior of the apocalypse, which some of the great Sunni traditions, such as Abari Shafi'i, Abdul Haq Dehlavi,  Sefarini,  and Shokani , have stated to be more consistent. Sunnis believe in the existence of a "Mahdi" following these traditions. The most important features of the Sunni and Shiite beliefs in this regard are: He is a descendant of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and is named after them and will be called the "Mahdi". He establishes all over the world just as the earth's cruelty and with him Jesus comes back to earth Sunni Sources "Al-Mahdi is from my family, from the descendants of Fatima (a).'" "Al-Mahdi is from us, Ahl al-Bayt (a)." "If only one day remains before the world ends, God will raise a man from my family who will fill the earth with justice, while it has become full of injustice and oppression." In a hadith recorded in al-Khwarizmi's Maqtal, the Prophet (s) declares the names of the Twelve Imams one by one and mentions Imam al-Mahdi (a) as the last Imam.