This did not apply only in the case of Soviet Russia or East Germany, wherever the severest form of the Judeo-Christian civilization i.e. communism has been accepted as the way of life, the plight of the masses has been the same.
Let us take the example of China. As soon as they realized what they had got into, thousands of Chinese tried to flee from their country, some losing their lives in the process while others were taken prisoners, others still drowned in attempts to swim across to the British held Hong Kong. The history of unprecedented influx of people from communist Vietnam has remained an unparalleled example. Men, women and children often numbering five to seven hundred have boarded boats meant to carry only about a hundred or so, and set sail for unknown destinations, little knowing where they would end up or if they would be granted asylum at all or not. Their boats have often sunk in storms, fallen prey to pirates who killed the men, raped the women and sold them in foreign lands. News of their plight has been published all over the world. These incidents have been repeated so many times that a new phrase, 'the boat people' has been coined to describe them. Accident after accident took place, yet the influx did not stop. People continued to crowd into little boats with their families and set sail on journeys to the unknown. There has not been any country in the South Pacific, which had not had to set up shelters and camps for these boat people. Not very long ago, clashes erupted between asylum seekers and the police in Hong Kong which left hundreds of persons dead. The same has been the state of every communist and socialist country. A significant number of Cubans have taken shelter in Florida, in the United States where they reside as illegal immigrants or aliens.
An incident following the Korean War of the 1950s is an example enough to demonstrate the fact that the Dajjal's paradise is actually hell for its inhabitants. The Korean peninsula was divided into two parts after the WWII, the south half as Republic of Korea with a democratic capitalist system while the northern half turned into a dictatorial socialist state as DPRK. When war broke out between these two in 1952, the Soviet Union and China rushed to the aid of their communist ally, whereas the United States, Britain and France joined forces with the south under the United Nations. After the war ended in 1955, one of the conditions for the exchange of the prisoners was that no POW would be forced to go back to their country if he opted otherwise. Of the 12760 (twelve thousand seven hundred and sixty) U.N. and South Korean soldiers taken captive by the communists, only 347 (three hundred forty seven) opted to remain in the communist north, while the rest wished to and returned to their homelands.
On the other hand, of the 75,797 (seventy five thousand seven hundred and ninety seven) North Korean communist soldiers held captive by the South and allies, 48,814 (forty eight thousand eight hundred and fourteen) declined to return to their own country. The declination of such a large number of soldiers to go back to their country posed a major problem for the U.N. which then arranged for their rehabilitation in different places such as the Philippines, Formosa, etc. Those who hold any doubt regarding this information may check the Encyclopedia Britannica, chapter on the Korean War and other proper sources including The United Nations.
After learning about these incidents, is there any room for doubt that the Dajjal's declared paradise is indeed hell for its inhabitants? If it was not actually so, if the situation prevalent there was not so deplorable would so many of its soldiers have braved an uncertain future, instead of going back to their motherland? On one hand was the beloved country of birth, families and relatives, friends and memories of a lifetime, on the other, unknown land and unseen future, foreign culture and language. If such a large number of people do indeed opt for the latter, does it not lead us to believe that they were actually suffering in the throes of hell and were ready to undertake any risk to try and get out? Those among the POWs who actually returned did so for the love of their families, wives and children, parents, relatives and friends and for the love of the motherland which proved too strong to sever and not for the system they were living in. I believe that if a clause was added to the treaty that would enable the families of those who opted not to go back were allowed to join the POWs, one wonders if even seven hundred would return instead of the twenty seven thousand who did.
The question that now arises is, what kind of paradise is it whence people strive with utmost desperation to escape from, board tiny vessels to cross big seas, try to swim across vast oceans, get electrocuted to death, die at the hands of the 'paradises' guards, and when held captive by the enemy, refuse to go back to the paradise forsaking the love of wife and children? Here another pertinent question comes up and that is- are only communism and socialism manifestations of the Dajjal and not others, such as democracy, capitalism? No, it is not so either. All 'isms' or 'cracies' or ways of life that disregard the Creator as the ultimate law provider and Guide are different facets of the Dajjal… and this institution was brought into being by the Christian rulers of medieval Europe who tried to implement Christianity at the national level, despite it being devoid of all national, economic, military or social guidance or teaching. Consequently, the birth of the Dajjal took place with their adoption of secularism, which replaced the Creator's sovereignty with Man's own.
 This was sometime in the mid '90s when the Bangla version of this book was first printed.