Now factor this in:
ISLAM has a collection of its own prophetical end-times dates.https://www.google.com/search?q=the+age ... +emergence
If you're willing to tolerate a guy whose native tongue is not English, this guy lays out the main verses and tafseer (exegesis by Muslim imams/scholars) in the hadith and Koran, about this eschatology:https://www.facebook.com/Prophet.MUHAMM ... 3797615608
I found that very helpful. Hope you will, too. What's unique about his account, is that Jesus (Issa or Eesa or Esa) is NOT the 'Mahdi' but comes down from heaven for the last battle (echoing Zech 14, prolly).
They don't notice the math, but you will, if you've perused GeneYrs.xls (link in my first post):
2130AD -7=2123-623 (really 622, year Mohammed left for Medina, called 'The Hegira')=1500.
THAT is when the 'Mahdi' (who, to Muslims, is also Jesus Christ) starts the final war to win for Islam (or ends it, accounts vary). This 'Mahdi' is supposed to 'appear' when 40 years old. So he's 47 when he wins, or 40 when he wins, but in either case notice the same numbers as used in both Talmud (Sanhedrin 97-99) and Bible (well, if you counted the dates properly) are used.
That equates to a different 'end times' scenario which also has convergence to the 490+70+490 structure (twice).
There's also the myth or prophecy of the '12th Imam', which is supposed to be the harbinger of the foregoing. Every generation seems to think it has that 12th Imam.
So now: do we spend our lives drooling over the 'end times' brother? Or (ahem) JUST LEARN GOD?
Well, many will drool, and that means from now until 2130, just as has been true every other last 120 of a 490, there will be 'wars and rumors of wars until I come.'