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)
Born: 12 November, 1817 – Tehran
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 Ahmadis do.) (killed to death with a knife)
Known by the name of “Submitters”.
Born November 19, 1935(1935-11-19),Egypt
Died January 31, 1990(1990-01-31) (aged 54)
Riaz Ahmad Gohar Shahi (Claimed to be Promised Messiah, Kalki Autar and Mahdi)(disappeared)
Born 25 November 1941
Dhok-Ghohar Shah – Rawalpindi
Even now, people have claimed prophethood and the new prophet claimant Zahid Khan have actually met Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in heaven , according to him. http://www.khanverlag.de/shop/page/?sessid=0uGpiu4MHXSH5PZJ2hnNKUwOPGx5aaJ2QuVn0zzpn7Qba1zHNAOOEjzSXZGQKvUs&shop_param=
Last but not the least, even within Ahmadiyyat there are further divisions such as:
After reading all this, all of you Ahmadis should be asking yourself one question very sincerely, that are you following the right person? Ahmadiyyah does have the belief of more prophets to come, are you going to believe in any of the above mentioned prophets, some of them came after Mirza Sahib? If Your answer is No, then why only Mirza Ghulam Ahmad? What’s your criteria of judging a True and a False prophet? If it’s the size of jama’at and more followers every years then some of them are really competing Ahmadiyyah in that field. But is that the only criteria?
I hope you people will be asking yourselves all these questions, inshaAllah we will all find the right answer. As-sawaal nisful ‘ilm, every question is the half answer.