Refuting the Qadiani Jamaat
The term Qadiani Jamaat is used in
this discussion, without any offence intended, to refer to
the movement which developed under the leadership of the late
Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, based first at Qadian, India,
till 1947, and then at Rabwah, Pakistan. Since 1984 it has
been based in England after the then head, the late Mirza
Tahir Ahmad, was forced to flee Pakistan.
Under the following topics, the wrong beliefs of the Qadiani
Jamaat are refuted, and it is shown that Hazrat
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad himself never entertained such views.
Maulana Muhammad Ali challenges Qadiani Jamaat
to debate: Read
in biography of Maulana Muhammad Ali, pages 323 to 345.
Hazrat Maulana Nur-ud-Din:
Exaggeration of numbers: Mirza Mahmud Ahmad admits that his followers falsely exaggerate their numbers
The Shimla (Simla) debate of 1915
Reply to Mirza Tahir
Ahmad’s mubahila challenge
between Dr T. Ijaz of the Qadiani Jamaat
and Dr Zahid Aziz of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, during
October 2003 to March 2004, regarding the differences in
- 70 senior Ahmadis
take oath that Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad did NOT
change his claim from muhaddas to prophet.
- ‘Change of claim in 1901’ theory collapses under its own contradictions.
- Theory of change
in claim in 1901 invented by Maulana Sana-ullah of Amritsar
Mirza Mahmud Ahmads
claim of being Muslih Mauud:
When Mirza Mahmud Ahmad announced this claim in 1944, Maulana
Muhammad Ali refuted it immediately. Read the following Friday
Khutbas by Maulana Muhammad Ali:
Mirza Mahmud Ahmad wrote in
1908 that the ‘Promised Son’ would not be actual son of Hazrat Mirza
Articles in past issues of The
Light about the Qadiani Movement:
Sworn declaration by Maulana Muhammad
I, Muhammad Ali, head of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Jamaat, do
swear that my belief is that Hazrat Mirza [Ghulam Ahmad] sahib
of Qadian is a Mujaddid and the Promised Messiah, but
not a prophet, nor can any person become a kafir or excluded
from the fold of Islam by denying him. This was also the belief
of Hazrat Mirza sahib. O God, if I have uttered falsehood in this
oath taken in Thy name, then send upon me from Thyself such exemplary
punishment as has no human hand in it, and from which the world
would learn how stern and terrible is Gods retribution for
one who deceives His creatures by swearing falsely in His name.
For the background
to this sworn declaration, read the biography of Maulana
Muhammad Ali, pages 339–342.