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Yousaf Ahmed

Question yourself!

Ahmadis should realize that around the 100 years period of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad there were 4 claimants of prophethood from Ummah, and their off-shoots are running as successfully as Ahmadiyyah. Baha’u’llah: (Claimed to be Mahdi and manifestation of God on earth)(Died in prison) http://www.bahai.org/ Born: 12 November, 1817 – Tehran Died: 1892   Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani: (Claimant of being Isa, Mahdi, Messiah, Krishna, Moses, Muhammad, Adam etc)(Died of “wabaai haiza”) Born: Feb 13, 1835 – India Died: May 26. 1908   Rashid Khalifa: (Denier of Ahadith, claimant of being a prophet and present the same verse from Qur’an as …

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Part-2 Word “tawaffa”

Quran 6:60 “And it is He who takes your souls by night and knows what you have committed by day. Then He revives you therein that a specified term may be fulfilled. Then to Him will be your return; then He will inform you about what you used to do.” The word “yatawaffaa kum” here is used in meaning of taking away the soul but not death, because He also says He revives whoever He wills. In the next Ayah he says: “And He is the subjugator over His servants, and He sends over you guardian-angels until, when death comes …

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Part-1 Word “Raf’a”

In Ayah 3:55 the majority of Muslims consider rafa’ as “raise up” and tawaffika as “to take”, on the contrary Jama’t-e-Ahmadiyyah stresses different meanings according to their needs. Sometimes English and Urdu translations vary alot in meanings as well. They might says Raf’a means “raising up after death” or if required they’ll change their stance and say it means “raised his level in Jannah”, these kind of meanings change while you are in a debate with them. If Allah meant to say “ranks” he would say “ranks” not “maqaam” or “makaan”. Do you think Allah would confuse people playing with …

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Translation “La Haul wa La …….!”

La Haul wa La …….! By Iftikhar Ahmad, Germany Mirza Bashir Ahmad, son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, writes on page 308 towards the end of the 3rd volume of his book “Seerat-ul-Mahdi”: “If Hadhrat Aayesha (r.a.) had attributed the truth about Muhammad (PBUH) by saying that his Ikhlaq [morals, character] was the Qur’an, then we can also say about Maseeh-e-Mauood that his Ikhlaq was the love and obedience of Muhammad (PBUH). Allah says about Maseeh-e-Mauood that he is Allah’s Prophet in the semblance of all Prophets of Allah. There can be no better definition of him than this accolade. …

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Master Qudoos, murderer or murdered?

So what really happened in murder of Master Abdul Qudoos!!! A news reporter Rana Ibrar who was a non-Ahmadi was murdered in Chenab Nagar by some unknown people. Rana Ibrar had found some serious evidence against Ahmadiyyah cult, so was taken out. Ahmed Yousaf, close friend of Rana Ibrar, some how had found what Ibrar was working on. Master Qudoos was the sadar of the town where Ahmed Yousaf was living. Ahmed Yousaf wrote several times to Qudoos that his life seems to be in danger by the attitude of khuddam of chinab nagar. Actually, master Qudoos knew what was …

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmed and Baghaya

An extensive research on the word Baghaya, with everything a person would need. Mirza GAQ has used this word in various books: Following is the index of one particular book, Roohani Khazain volume 16. Under the word ‘Baghaya’, there are three entries. The first entry says: Baghaya i.e. Street women (Zanaan-e-Baazari) and the loss that they had caused to the country and generation, its narration:  pp: 429-432, p.438. (Because jama’at has taken out the original book from www.alislam.org and replaced it with the book that no more has this index of Vol.16, I have decided to upload it myself. Not …

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IQBAL & AHMADIAT – SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT by: Tahira Perwaz Allama Muhammad Iqbal is the leading Muslim intellectual, poet/writer, and philosopher of all times.  He was also the first Muslim pubic figure to highlight Ahmadiyya’s divisive potential and proposed a separate religious status for them.  Ahmadiyya, as you may know, is a breakaway cult from the Sunni (predominantly Punjabi) Islam and was conceived by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, based in Qadian (India), in the late 19th and early 20th century.  It fractured into two factions, Qadiani & Lahori, following Mirza’s death: Qadianis believe that Mirza was a prophet and consider …

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Yuz Asaf, Yasu and Isa as

This is a part of series of research related to Isa AS, Yasu, Masih Moud and Yuz Asaf. The image below is to satisfy our Ahmadi friends that when Mirza Sahib said “Yasu” or “Isa” while abusing he meant the same person. Although, he wasn’t aware of the fact proven through documents that Yuz Asaf was a preacher of Sabi religion, dating earlier than Moses and Jesus.

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Alif Anaar!

Alif Anaar…! 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 …

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