This is not a Qadiani
Some visitors to this website have mistakenly
thought that this is a Qadiani website. By Qadiani
is meant the movement which developed in Qadian, India, under the
headship of Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad, son of Hazrat Mirza
Ghulam Ahmad, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement, and was later
based at Rabwah in Pakistan. That Movement uses the title Ahmadiyya
Movement in Islam and has been based in England since 1984.
This website represents the beliefs of the Lahore
Ahmadiyya Movement or Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam Lahore.
We believe that no prophet can come after the Holy Prophet Muhammad,
neither new nor old, and that this was also the strongly-held
belief of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who always denied the
allegation that he claimed to be a prophet. We have a
section which refutes the wrong Qadiani beliefs, showing them
to be against the beliefs of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. For information
about our Movement, please go to our Ahmadiyya
On the one hand we receive critical and abusive e-mail
from visitors who mistake this website for a Qadiani website. On
the other hand, some of our visitors who have been impressed by
our presentation of Ahmadiyya teachings have by mistake got in touch
with the Qadiani movement for further information. We have been
told that the Qadiani mission officials have even attempted to admit
such persons into their movement while knowing that they did not
hold Qadiani beliefs.
This is why we have been compelled to issue the strong
clarification that this is not a Qadiani website.