FOUR PRINCIPLES ESTABLISHING THE IMPOSTER STATUS OF MIRZA
The followers of the Qadiyani religion generally resort to a number of baseless responses when they are informed of the reality of their British colonial prophet.
In addition, they turn to lying in order to cover up for the deceit of their chief imposter, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
Hereunder we present four principles that will clear the fog of lies. Using these four principles, every person, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, will realise that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was nothing but a fraudster.
1. Messengers Do Not Insult Other Messengers
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiyani had a special flair for attacking ‘Isā alayhi as-salām. There are many recorded cases of this. Three cases are presented below:
1. ‘Isā alayhi as-salām used to drink habitually despite clear prohibition
“The root cause of all the damage that alcohol consumption has had on the Europeans was that Isā alayhi as-salām used to drink alcohol, perhaps because of some disease or an old habit.”
2. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claims superiority over Isā alayhi as-salām
“Stop speaking about the Son of Mary, (for) superior to him is Ghulam Ahmad.”
3. ‘Isā alayhi as-salām was the most inferior of all the prophets
“It is proven from Qur’ān and the Bible that the Jews rejected Isa alayhi as-salām. With regards to reforming humanity, Isā alayhi as-salām had the poorest performance (stood at the lowest number) of all the prophets.”
Can a person who utters such profanities ever be a messenger? The Qadiyanis say that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said all of these things in order to silence the Christian priests. However, the second quotation above is from Dāfi’-ul-Balā – a book addressing the scholars of Islam, not Christian priests.
2. Messengers Do Not Lie To Show Their Greatness
The Messengers of Allah do not lie and deceive, whereas there are many cases where Mirza Ghulam Ahmad lied. Two examples are given here:
Lie 1: Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said,
‘The historians know that there were eleven sons born in the home of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, all of them had passed away.’
Not a single Muslim or non-Muslim historian has claimed this!
Lie 2: Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed,
“Three cities have been mentioned with honour in the Noble Qur’ān; Makkah, Madinah, Qadiyan.”
Every Muslim and reciter of the Noble Qur’ān knows that the word ‘Qadiyan’ does not appear in the Noble Qur’ān! We do not know which ‘Qur’ān’ Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is speaking about that has these words.
3: Messengers Do Not Make Prophecies to Prove Their Truthfulness
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad would boldly go about saying that his prophecies are a special sign of his truthfulness. If these did not occur, then he would be a liar. Many of his “prophecies” never came true, of course.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad made a big hue and cry, saying that he will marry Muhammadi Begum. He claimed that this was revelation he got from the divine. He made this marriage prophecy in 1888. Muhammadi Begum married Sultan Ahmad on 7 April 1892. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never married her and ended up dying in disgrace.
4. Messengers Do Not Support Governments in Opposition to True Religion
It is inconceivable for a Messenger of Allah to praise and laud a worldly government that stands as a pillar of disbelief and irreligiousness. However, in many places in the books of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, we find his loads of praises and promises of loyalty to the British. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad says in Shahādat-ul-Qur’ān p.82,
‘The government, i.e., British government has always been favourable upon my family, from the time of my father (Mirza Ghulam Murtada). Therefore, gratitude for this government is ingrained in my veins and sinews.’
From these four principles we understand and realise that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is nothing but a liar and fraud. These must be repetitively told to the Qadiyani so that the falsehood of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad can be clarified fully. We call on the Qadiyanis to embrace Islam and abandon the lies of the Mirza’ī religion.
- [Kashti-e-Nūh p.66] ↑
- [Dāfi’-ul-Balā 24] ↑
- [Barāhīn Ahmadiyya vol.5 p.38] ↑
- [Chashma Ma’rifat p.286] ↑
- [Izālah Awhām p.34] ↑