Saturday, October 02, 2004

Abuse of Islamic Epithets Part 5.1

Part 5.1
The Qadiani/Ahmadi KalimahThe previous quotations from Mirza Ghulam and othe qadiani sources clearly proves that in the eyes of qadianis/ahmadis Mirza Ghulam is none other than Holy Prophet Mohammad saaw himself who has come again in this world to spread Islam (may Allah forgive me for uttering such insults). This is what is implied in the writings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and this is what he expects from his followers. In other words, whenever the Kalimah Shahadah is being recited by the qadianis/ahmadis, by Mohammadur Rasoolullah, they have Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani in mind and if they don't, they should.
Qadianis/ahmadis may say otherwise, but this is what Qadiani Heirarchy believes. One of the top Qadiani man, Mirza Basheer Ahmad son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, author of several books including Seeratul Mahdi (biography of Mirza Ghulam) and Kalimat AlFasl wrote:
"With the coming of Promised Messiah one difference (in the meaning of Kalima) has occured and that is that before the advent of Promised Messiah, in the meaning of 'Mohammad ur Rasoolullah' only Prophets of bygone days were included, BUT with the advent of Promised Messiah, ONE MORE PROPHET HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE MEANING OF MOHAMMADUR RASOOLULLAH......thus to enter in Islam it is still the same Kalima, the only difference is that the advent of Promised Messiah has added one more propet to its meaning...we don't need a new Kalima, because Promised Messiah is nothing seperate from Holy Prophet, as he says: 'saara wujoodi wujoodahoo (my person became his person)' and 'he who differentiates between me and Mustafa has not seen me and not recognises me'.....thus Promised Messiah is Mohammad Rasoolullah himself who has come again in tis world to spread Islam, therefore we do not need any new Kalima. Yes if someone else had come then we may have required it --- thus think all of you." (KalimatAlFasl p.158 by Mirza Basheer Ahmad)
"As a result of the birth of the Promised Messiah (the Qadiani Mirza) a difference has cropped up (in the meaning of the Kalimah). Before the birth of the Promised Messiah (the Qadiani Mirza) in the world as a prophet, the words Muhammadur Rasoolu Llah) included in their meaning only such prophets as had preceded him; but after the incarnation of the Promised Messiah (the Qadiani Mirza) in the world as a prophet, one more prophet has been added to the meaning of Muhammadur Rasoolu Llah. Therefore on account of the incarnation of the Promised Messiah the Kalimah, God forbid, does not become abolished; it rather shines more brightly. In short, the same Kalima is (effective) even now for embracing Islam, with the only difference that the incarnation of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Qadiani) has added one more prophet to the meaning of Muhammadur Rasool Llah". (Kalimatul Fasl, page 158, by Mirza Bashir Ahmad Qadiani)

"Moreover, even if we accept by supposing the impossible that the sacred name of the Gracious Prophet (pbuh) has been included in the sacred Kalimah because He is the Last of the Prophets, even then there is no harm and we do not need a new Kalima because the Promised Messiah is not a separate entity from the gracious Prophet as he (Mirza) himself says: "My being is exactly the being of Muhammadur Rasoolu Llah". Also, "One who discriminates between me and Mustafa has neither recognized me nor seen me". And the reason for this is Allah Almighty's promise that He would reincarnate "Khatam un Nabieen" in this world once more as a prophet as is evident from the verse "And others of them... Thus the Promised Messiah (Mirza of Qadian) is himself Muhammadur Rasoolu Llah, who has been incarnated in the world again to spread Islam. We do not, therefore, need any new Kalima. Albeit, a new Kalima would have been necessary, if some other person had been reincarnated instead of Muhammadur Rasool Llah. So contemplate!" (Kalimatul Fasl, page 158)
Does one need any more proof to know
what do qadianis/ahmadis mean when they recite
Go to Part 5.2 - The Abuse of Other Epithets and Personages

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