Feb 082014
 

by Imam Sheharyar Shaikh

Sunnis and Ahmedis: Brothers in faith? ? was the topic of a debate that occurred on Thursday, December 19, 2013 at Tahir Hall ? a three-storey complex located in the Ahmediyya neighborhood in the city of Vaughn. Before an audience of hundreds, Ansar Raza (Ahmedi) and Sadat Anwar (Sunni Muslim), dealt with a subject that is usually avoided in public forum.

The event started at 5:48 pm with the Quranic recitation (that ominously ended with “And give us victory over the Kafirin.) and continued until 9:30 pm including a 15-minute Q and A session. A final address by Mubarak Nazir, the principal of the Ahmediyya missionary college, formally concluded the evening.

The audience interest was clearly palpable; those who could not find chairs preferred to remain standing the entire time. Young well dressed Ahmedi volunteers led the incoming audience to their seats without hassle. The event was well organized, timely and had no hooting, jeering, name-calling or untoward disturbances. Not only each member of the audience was provided free Ahmediyya literature, but the evening ended with snacks and refreshments amid a lively, open yet civil discussion on the main differences between the two faiths (The debate can be viewed at  http://new.livestream.com/accounts/1970046/events/2627938

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Jan 082014
 

Since they lost the debate with me in early 2011, Ansar Raza and the Qadiani Ahmadiyya have been desperately trying to arrange other debates so that they can wash off that defeat.  They run away from well-known people and try to trap lesser-known people with strange topics — but as Allah would have it — every Muslim debater is well-versed in his deen and has the confidence of logic and truth on his side.

After the ignominious defeat to Sadat Anwar, they are again trying to hold an event.  We will not go into the detail of this future debate until it is formalized, but for now, please read the email conversation of them eager to hold a debate and then running away from a Quran scholar who was in Canada and who shares some beliefs about Jesus (as) with the Qadianis.  What better person to debate with, and why did they run away?  Read below and let us know what you think and please give them some advice:

Qadianis say they want to debate Scholars. Scholars show up and they run away.  Lay people show up and they lose!

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Dec 242013
 

This debate took place in Vaughan city of Canada between Sunni scholars and Ahmadi missionary (Ansar Raza). Here are the video links:

http://new.livestream.com/accounts/1970046/events/2627938/videos/37670974

http://new.livestream.com/accounts/1970046/events/2627938/videos/37676720

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Dec 222013
 

A Birmingham doctor has been charged with a further 10 offences of sexually assaulting female patients at two hospitals in the city.

Nafees Hamid, from Moseley, is accused of assaulting women at the Priory Hospital, Edgbaston and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham between January 2011 and February 2013.

The 50-year-old neurosurgeon, who is employed by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, was charged by police yesterday (November 29) and remanded to appear magistrates in Birmingham today (Saturday).

Detective Inspector Ian Ingram, from the West Midlands Police Public Protection Unit, said: “We are working closely with the Trust as part of our ongoing investigation.”

Hamid was charged on November 19 with sexually assaulting a female patient at the Priory Hospital in June, this year.

He will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court on Tuesday (December 3) in respect of this charge.

More at  http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/birmingham-doctor-faces-further-patient-6357044

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Nov 172013
 

The Qadiani Ahmadiyya will go to any length to show that some Western country has given them some recognition.

Even by their standards, ordering $5 custom stamps from the British or Canadian postal service and passing them off as recognition is a new low.  It is as if their 100 years of presence in UK or 100 years of ‘khilafat’ has been recognized by a government and stamps issued by the authority.

Pathetic indeed.  And the pictures below are from Qadiani online publications.  Despite our correction here, these stories will continue to circulate verbally among Qadiani Ahmadiyya families and individuals.  It is such baseless rumours that are the base of the Qadiani Khalifa’s strategy to hold on to his blind followers:

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Nov 162013
 

D-1166Shri Shankersinh Vaghela, leader of the opposition of has named Qadianis as the conduit for the financing of Indian terrorism by the RSS.

As it becomes clear that many acts of terrorism attributed to Indian Muslims are actually planned by the extremist Hindu organisation RSS, what is the conduit?  A senior Indian politician blames the Qadianis.

Please recall that in 2010, we presented evidence that 25% of the annual budget of the Qadiani Ahmadiyya International (UK) was being sent to India, and we speculated on the purpose but did not know where.

Are these two facts connected? If anyone has any further information, please send to us.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/-bjp-rss-behind-all-terror-acts-from-godhra-to-patna-/1194332/

Stating that the terrorists behind serial blasts at Patna BJP rally had now been found to be Hindus, not Muslims, Vaghela said, “RSS and BJP are financing Indian Mujahideen for carrying out terror acts.”

He further said, “RSS is financing members of Qadianis for terror blasts. It’s a group who claim themselves to be Muslims, but according to mainstream Muslims, they don’t belong to the community.”

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Nov 062013
 

Turkish burqa, Punjabi Pagri (turban), Jinnah Cap and Pathan Cap are the dress codes of the Qadianis.

In a closed cult-like society, these dress codes carry great significance of rank.  There was a time when everyone wore the ‘pagri’ or the turban.  At that time, the distinction of the leader and his bodyguards was that their turbans had a stiff golden dome inside and part of the turban would stand up straight from the head, giving the impression of awe and grandeur.

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