6 or more people from Germany have quit the cruel system of Jama’at Ahmadiyyah.
A break through research conducted by Mirza Tahir Ahmed back in the days concluded that jinns are actually bacteria.
People would be amazed by these kind of discoveries. According to Urdu translation of Qur’an 15:28 Mirza Tahir Ahmed says “nasris sumoom means bacteria”. You have ever seen anybody possessed with Bacteria? or do Ahmadis believe that yogurt is produced when Jinns possess the milk? So scientists have been seeing “jinns” under microscopes? Are bacteria made up of Naaris sumoom?
I would like to end this article with a hadith which for some reason has become one of my most favourite in terms of Ahmadiyyah/Qadiani jama’at.
Abu Hurayrah said, “The Prophet said, ‘There will be “dajjals” and liars among my Ummah. They will tell you something new, which neither you nor your forefathers have heard. Be on your guard against them, and do not let them lead you astray.'” (Ahmad.)
This should be a matter of rethinking your faith my dear Ahmadi followers. Our duty is to aware you so you might be on your guard.
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
“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 to one of you, Our messengers take him, and they do not fail [in their duties].”
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 words?
This article will discuss with example the word raf’a and Part 2 will contain the word tawaffa.
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. He was the shadow of all Prophets and possessed all the high qualities, morals, traits, attributes and powers of all the Prophets of Allah.”
Let us examine with the help of the same “Seerat-ul-Mahdi” by Mirza Bashir Ahmad as to what “High” qualities, morals and attributes were possessed by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani. Read More »
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 going on and had played a vital role in the murder of Ahmed Yousaf. After the murder, by some pressure from the family of Ahmed Yousaf, Master Qudoos was taken in for interrogation.
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 a big deal, download here
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 Muslims who do not accept his mission to be Kafirs; Lahoris believe that Mirza was a Mujjadid and do not push Muslims outside the pale of Islam. Ahmadiyya have been declared non-Muslims by a general consensus of the Muslims and in most Islamic countries.