Mirza Qadiani Claimed to be The Holy Prophet Reincarnate
A Prelude to 100 years of Abuse of Islam & Persecution of Muslims
[To quote Kufr/Blasphemy is not Kufr/Blasphemy] Qadianis/Ahmadis of course recite the same words of Shahadah, but do they mean the same meaning or do they have some other meanings in their hearts?
The following quotations from the books of Mirza Ghulam, the founder of Ahmadiyya Movement, and his successors and followers tell us a very different story. These quotations also explain in part the strong reaction of the Muslim masses towards Qadianis' recitation of 'The Kalima' with tongue in their cheeks!
Most people would have seen Qadianis displaying Kalima, La ilaha illa Llah Muhammadur Rasoolu Llah, in very bold and big Arabic letters on their shops, houses, community centers, publications etc., as if expressing their love for it but perhaps trying, subconciously, to prove to themselves that they are 'muslims'.
Question is: What is the difference between a Muslim reciting the Kalima and a Qadiani reciting the same Kalima? Let me highlight the differences between the two by giving few quotations to prove what exactly is meant by a qadiani when he recites the Kalima Tayyibah. However before you read these quotations please bear in mind the following:
Every Muslims attest to and unconditionally believe in every saying and act of our Holy Prophet Muhammad SAAW, irrespective of whether we have heard it or read it or not. Rasoolullah's every single word is an article of our faith.
We expect and rightly assume that same should be the case with the followers of Mirza ghulam Qadiani, whom they consider as their prophet/messiah/mahdi etc. etc. Whatever he has said or written should be and would be considered as part of their faith. It is in this light that the following quotations should be read. Qadianis/Ahmadis cannot claim that they do not know or that they do not recite the 'Kalima' with the same conviction as is implied in these quotations. It is their job to know all this, or else denounce their faith in Mirza Ghulam.
Mirza Ghulam claims to be Mohammad (saaw)
Mirza Ghulam says: "'Mohammadur Rasoolullah wal lazeena m'ahoo, ashiddao 'ala alkuffare rohamao bainahum' in this revelation God has named me Mohammed and Messenger as well." (Roohani Khazain vol 18 p.207)
Mirza Ghulam said: "Holy Prophet has two advents or in other words you can say that in one Buroozi way coming again of Holy Prophet (saaw) was promised which has been fulfilled by the appearance of Promised Messiah and Promised Mahdi." (Roohani Khazain vol 17 p.249)
Mirza says: "Anyone who differentiates between me and MUSTAFA (pbuh), he has not seen me and has not recognized me." (Roohani Khazain vol 16 p.171)
Mirza Basheer Ahmad s/o Mirza Ghulam says: "Maseeh Mowood is not a seperate thing from Holy Prophet pbuh, but it is He Himself who has come again in this world in Buroozi form..... therefore is there any doubt that God has sent Holy Prophet again in Qadian?" (Kalimat Alfasl p.104-105, Review of Religions Qadian March 1915)
Mirza Ghulam says: "I have said several times that according to the verse (of Holy Quran) 'wa akhareena minhum lamma yalhaqoo behim' as Burooz I am the same Prophet, the Khatamul Anbiyyah, and 20 years ago God named me Mohammed and Ahmad in Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya and declared me His Being." (Aik ghalti ka azala, Roohani Khazain vol 18 p.212)
Mirza Ghulam says: "But the fact is that the spirituality of Holy Prophet pbuh (in the form of Mirza Ghulam) in this end of the sixth millenium, that is in these days, is much more stronger and perfect and forceful as compared to those (first) years, like a full moon." (Khutba-e-Ilhamiah, Roohani Khazain vol 16 p.271)
Basheer Ahmad s/o Mirza Ghulam said: "Now it is clear that if rejecting Holy Prophet is KUFR then rejecting Promised Messiah should also be KUFR, because Promised Messaih is nothing seperate from Holy Prophet, but it is Him and if he who rejects Promised Messiah is not KAFIR then the rejector of Holy Prophet is also not Kafir, God forbid." (Kalimat alFasl p.146-147 Review of Religion, Qadian, Mar-Apr 1915)
Mirza Ghulam said: "The holy Prophet (saaw) had two births as a Prophet. In other words, we may say that it was promised that the Holy Prophet (saaw) would be born in the world once more (reincarnated) and this was fulfilled by the incarnation of the Promised Messiah and the Promised Mahdi". (Tohfa-e-Golravia, Roohani Khazain vol 17 p.249)
Mirza said: "And Allah bestowed upon me the bounty of the holy Prophet and made it perfect, and he drew towards me the kindness and generosity of that merciful Prophet, so much so that my entity became his entity. Thus he who joins my Jamaat really becomes one of the Sahaba of my Chief who was better then all the Prophets. It is not hidden from those with the ability to think that this is what the words "others of them" mean. The person who differentiates between me and Mustafa (i.e. Holy Prophet pbuh) has neither seen me nor recognised me". (Khutbah-e-Ilhamiah, Roohani Khazain, vol.16, pp.258-259)
Mirza said: "When I am the Holy Prophet incarnate and when all the accomplishments of Muhammad including the prophethood are reflected in my mirror of my shadiness, then who is the man who has claimed prophethood in a seperate being ?" (Ek Ghalti Ka Izala, Roohani Khazain, vol.18,p.212)
"Thus does any doubt remain that God has sent Muhammad (pbuh) again in Qadian to fulfil his promise? (Kalimat alFasl by Mirza Basheer Ahmad, Review of Religions p.105, No.3, vol.14)
Official Qadiani mouthpiece, Al-Fazl from Qadian wrote: "The entity of the promised Masih (Mirza), in the sight of Allah is the entity of the Holy Prophet (SAW). In other words, in the records of Allah there is no duality or difference between the promised Masih and the holy Prophet (SAW). Rather they both share the same eminence, the same rank, the same status and the same name. Although verbally they are two, yet in reality they are one and the same". (Al-Fazl, Qadian, vol.3, No.37, dated 16th September 1915, as cited in Qadiani Mazhab page 207, 9th edition, Lahore)
Following poetry was recited in front of Mirza Ghulam by a follower. Mirza is reported to have said: Jazakallah and after having written in beautiful calligraphy, hung it in his house.
"Muhammad has descended again amongst us and is greater in his glory than before He who wants to see Muhammad in perfection Should look at Ghulam Ahmad in Qadian." (Qazi Zahoor Ahmad Akmal Qadiani, printed in Qadiani Newspaper Paigham-us Sulh dated 14th March 1916) From what has been said above, following conclusions can be drawn:
Mirza Ghulam considered himself to be the none other than Holy Prophet saaw, reincarnate;
His followers also considered him to be the second advent of Holy Prophet;
Any qadiani/ahmadi follower who thinks that Mirza Ghulam is different from Holy Prophet Mohammad Mustafa pbuh, is not a believer of Mirza (see quote No. 3);
Holy Prophet's Second Birth in the form of Mirza Ghulam is more perfect than His first coming (see quote No. 6);
Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya is the Book of God (see quote No. 5);
All muslims are Kafir because they have rejected Mirza Ghulam (see quote No. 7);
Mirza's followers who have seen him are called SAHABA (see quote No. 9);
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