Qadiyanis and the Israel Connection: Match Made in Jahannam?

Muslims throughout the world are in great pain as they watch the events unfold in Palestine and the blessed sanctuary of Masjid Al-Aqsa.

However, the Qadiyani community seem to be rather quiet on this burning issue. I wonder why? Did they not see soldiers firing into the third most sacred and honoured Masjid in Islam? Did they not see innocent babies killed?

An investigation into their silence reveals many hurtful realities.

On April 15, 2018, a Qadiyani news website reported the visit of Lord Tariq Ahmad (Minister of State) of the UK to Israel. Outwardly, there seems to be no qualms with a diplomatic visit of an important person. However, Lord Tariq Ahmad is a Qadiyani who has been recorded to say the following;

“Any party that believes in the destruction of Israel, of course, cannot be party to a peace process…… any party at the negotiating table needs to agree the right of Israel to exist.”


“Let me be clear, Israel has an absolute right to exist and to address the security concerns of its citizens. Those who reject this principle cannot be part of any negotiation process.”[1]

During his visit to the Middle East, Lord Tariq Ahmad also toured the Ahmadiyya, i.e., Qadiyani community’s Headquarters in the Israeli city of Haifa. Haifa is also home to the Mahmood Mosque, built in the 1970s [pictured above]. It was named after the second ‘Khalifa’ of the Qadiyani Community, Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmood.

Israel is the only country in the Middle East where Qadiyanis can openly practice their faith. As such, the neighbourhood – Kababir – where the Qadiyanis reside on Mount Carmel in Haifa acts as the Middle East headquarters of the community.

The history of the Qadiyanis in this part of the world began with a visit by Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmood and a number of Qadiyani missionaries. The community was established in 1928 and in the 1950s, they settled in Kababir – a village that was subsequently brought into Haifa. Qadiyanis are found in all districts of Israel, but they are generally concentrated in Haifa.

Qadiyanis participate in inter-faith activity in Israel and maintain active and peaceful relations with the political leaders too.

The above information somewhat reveals the deafening silence of the Qadiyanis on the Palestinian issue. How can they be audacious to claim ‘love for all, hatred for none’, when they clandestinely spread so much hate for the final Messenger, Sayyiduna Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, the Muslim Ummah, and its sacred mosques?




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Mirza bashirruddin was one of the sickest khalifas of qadiannis. When I read about him in a book that mentioned disclosures about the private lives of the high ups in qadiani movement including bashirruddin, it was gross to say the least. Orgies, pedophilia, incest and debauchery were the basic theme of his life.