By Iftikhar Ahmad, Germany
According to the present definition of Ahmadiyya, the voice of Khalifa is the voice of Allah [which indirectly means that if Khalifa makes a mistake then it is not his mistake, it is Allah’s mistake (Nauzbillah)]. The Khalifa of the Jama’at, a claimant of divine guidance, who also claims a following of 200 million people, ought to have responsibilities as big as Himalayan Mountains. Every moment of his life must be very precious. He would be struggling to find time even to relax from important matters like welfare, preaching, training and reforms of millions of Ahmadis. This is the perception of the followers about the Khalifa. But what is actually happening is totally the opposite.