Many incoherent, hollow, and false ideologies have clashed with Islam, albeit in sweet and alluring tones.
The third Qadiyani ‘Caliph’ – Mirza Nasir Ahmed – came up with the slogan “Love for All, Hatred for None.” This call was and continues to be trumpeted by the Qadiyanis, ostensibly to convey the message of justice and fairness. Furthermore, under the pretext of spreading love, the Qadiyanis use this slogan to attract people into their fold.
Faheem Younus, the president of the Ahmediyya Muslim Community of Baltimore, says Ahmed (i.e., Mirza Masroor Ahmed – the current Head of the Qadiyani Movement) shares the same messages every Khalifa has: Justice, fairness and loyalty to country must prevail; jihad must be considered an intellectual, not a violent, pursuit, and all faith traditions have value. Younus remarks:
“He doesn’t just repeat the motto of our faith — ‘Love for all, hatred for none.’ He personifies it.” 
Furthermore, Laiq Ahmed Atif, President of Ahmediyya Muslim Jamaat Malta, notes:
‘We believe that our slogan ‘Love for All, Hatred for None’ is a code for peace; a code to build a peaceful society, to build harmonious societies and, indeed, to build a very peaceful, prosperous and harmonious world. Because it has all the ingredients: it is not the slogan of a particular community or religion, it is a slogan for all humanity. It caters to every single human being. There is no distinction or discrimination towards anyone. We believe that this slogan which was given to the community by our 3rd Caliph can unite the entire world. In the beginning, we thought that it was a slogan – but it is such a profound phrase. In fact, it’s so profound in its meaning and philosophy that if all the world just abided by this one slogan, we are pretty sure that the world would become a haven of peace and harmony. This means that all human beings are equal, valuable: every soul is important. Then it comes to how a person puts his words into actions. A person’s actions differ and can also elevate or reduce his status, which is why their actions make people good or bad. We should deal with each other with respect and reverence, and that will lead to love and compassion’. 
Placing any prejudice or mistrust aside, we ask, is this slogan in harmony with the teachings of the founder of the Qadiyani religion?
Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiyani said, ‘Allah has revealed to me that he who does not follow me and does not give his oath of allegiance and remains in opposition is disobeying the will of Allah and His Messenger and is a dweller of Hell.’
In essence, this statement illustrates that the teaching of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed reflects hatred for all and love for none but his followers. Is this not discrimination?
A close look into the family of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed reveals a rather grim display of ‘love’. The first wife of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed was Hurmat Bibi. She gave birth to two sons; Sultan Ahmed and Fadl Ahmed. Both of them were averse to the preposterous claims of their father. Fadl Ahmed did not believe in the ‘prophet hood’ or prophecies of his father. Due to this, Mirza Ghulam Ahmed did not say the funeral prayers over his son when he passed away. So much for ‘love for all, hatred for none’.
In Ā’ina Kamālāt p.548, Mirza Ghulam Ahmed wrote that whoever does not believe in him or verifies his claims is the child of a whore. Now, the two sons from his first wife did not believe in him. Therefore, according to Mirza Ghulam Ahmed himself, his sons were from a whore.
What kind of harmonious and peaceful society will be created on the basis of hollow and hypocritical slogans?
- 16 November 1909 – 9 June 1982 ↑
- https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-who-is-his-holiness-islam-20181017-story.html ↑
- https://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2018-12-30/local-news/Love-for-all-hatred-for-none-6736201424 ↑
- At-Tadhkirah pp.342-343 ↑
- The Golden Maxims in Refutation of Qadiyanism p.73 ↑