Ahmediyyah movement against Islam
some groups which were later used to divide the Muslim unity, the
Ahmediyyah movement (named after Mirza Ghulam Ahmed from Qadian in
India, and often also referred to as the Mirzai or the Qadianis)
seems to have been purposefully begun for the explicit purpose of
diffusing Indian Muslim opposition to British rule. The ambitious
and self centred Ahmed, son of a local member of the British
occupying army, was an ideal tool for starting this reform movement,
which preached that the British Raj was closer to the proper
understanding of Islam than the native practices:
understand what Shariat (Islamic Law) really is. Simply it orders
proper conduct and forbids indecency."
Soon the attempts at re-defining
Islam progressed into developing a new religion altogether with its
founder becoming its prophet and saviour. After his shameful death
in the toilet, the organisation continued to be ruled by Caliphs
from his clan. In reward for their services, and in recognition of
their close proximity to Masonic institutions in India, the
Ahmediyyah were rewarded handsomely with a favoured position in
Britain and Europe. The first purpose built mosques in European
capitals were built for them, the first translations of the Qur'an
were published by them, usually with a preface exhorting the
qualities of their founder, they were permitted to propagate their
message and the individuals serving their cause often held well paid
appointments in the administrative or legal system of the countries
they had immigrated to.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmed had declared himself a prophet, the Messiah, and
even God, he came under heavy fire in India, and Muslims all over
the world rejected his claims. To fool people successfully in their
new missionary activities in Europe after the collapse of the East
India Company and British colonial rule, their approach had to be
more cunning. The open lies of their founder had to be covered up
with the pretence of adhering to the Islamic doctrine, and only the
inner circle of initiated were fully put into the picture. Even
though Ahmed himself stated "I claim that I am Rasul and Nabi",
members of the Ahmediyyah movement frequently try to give the
impression that their founder never claimed to be a full prophet, as
Islam states clearly that their shall be no more prophets after
Muhammad, but that he simply received revelation within the
framework of the original revelation of Muhammad, peace be upon him,
in other words, inspiration as to what that original revelation
means for us today. They conduct many a sophisticated argument
around the question what the term "seal of the prophets"
in the Qur'an literally means. They insist vociferously on being
Muslims, and British institutions usually point to them on top of
their lists of Islamic groupings and organisations. The truth is,
however, that they have less to do with Islam than the Mormons have
with the Catholic faith, and they themselves consider Muslims who do
not belong to their organisation as disbelievers. The following
quotes from Mirza Ghulam Ahmed himself show the gulf between his
impostorous creed and Islam and make it clear that his British
sponsors and abetters continue to insult the billion strong Muslim
population of the world when listing the Ahmediyyah
under Islamic organisations.
through His special mercy, sent a light from Heaven, and I am that
light. I am the reformer, the appointed one, and the helped servant,
the Mahdi of the time and the promised Messiah. I have been raised
to a degree of honour that no man among you can understand."
am the promised Messiah whose coming was ordained for the last hours
by Allah the Wise the Judge, and I am the blessed one,
referred to in Surah al-Fatiha..."
was born of one of twins. The other twin born with me in this town
was a girl. She died and I remained alive by the order of the
Almighty One. there is no doubt that this birth was rare as compared
with normal births. In addition I have been sent in two garbs, to
live with two diseases, one is in my lower body (passing water
excessively sometimes one hundred times in 24 hours) and the other
is in my upper body (that I suffer giddiness and am prone to nervous
spells). Thus my birth and life are more astonishing than the birth
of Isa and they are a miracle for all to behold."
am the Messiah of the time and I am Moses on whom God conferred His
speech. I am Muhammad and Ahmed, the selected one."
was brought up as Maryam and remained veiled so for two years. Then
after two years the soul of Isa was infused into me as it was
infused into Mary and I became pregnant (as a matter of
metaphor). Then after some time (which did not exceed ten months) I
was taken away from Maryam and was converted from Mary into Isa. It
is thus that I became the son of Mary."
a visionary state I saw myself as a woman and God extended to me His
power of intercourse. this is just an indication for the
Lord has established the likeness between Adam and myself. Allah
made me Adam and gave me all that was given to the Father of
am told that references to me are found in the Qur'an and Hadith: I
am the symbol of the verse: 'God is He Who sent His Messenger with
the guidance and the religion of truth, that He may cause it to
prevail over all religions.'"
can I discard God's revelation which has been coming to me for the
last twenty three years. I believe in this sacred revelation as I
believe in the revelations before me."
who makes a distinction between me and al‑Mustafa (i.e prophet
Muhammad) has neither recognised me nor has seen me."
was given individually to each prophet has been collectively given
is a fact that Muhammad worked only three thousand miracles. My
miracles exceed tow millions in number."
not compare me with any other or any other with me. Do not kill
yourselves in doubt and argument. I am a kernel without a shell, a
soul without a body and a sun which cannot be shadowed by any cloud.
Try and find the like of me you will fail even though you may
sift through a fine sieve."
am given the power to cause death and to give life from the Lord,
the all Powerful."
saw myself in a dream as God's eye and I believed that I was
actually Allah, and in this state I said: 'I wish a new order a new
heaven and a new earth.' Then I created heavens and earth; first in
a very brief shape in which there was no division and no order. Then
I divided that and put it in proper order which was a true purpose.
I felt within myself the power of creation. Thereafter I created the
earth and said: 'We have beautified the world's heavens with lamps.'
The I said: 'Now we will create man from wet earth."
descended into me and I was a hidden treasure; so I wished to be
recognised. He told me that I was a medium between Him and His
those blasphemies it should come as no surprise that his personal
lifestyle and that of his helpers was a impious as his claims. Al
Hafiz B.A. Masri, who in 1964 became the first Sunni Imam of the
hitherto Ahmediyyah Woking mosque, describes the wickedness of the
Khalifah of the movement in the early 1930s:
"This demigod was
in reality running a secret circle of fornication, adultery, incest
and general debauchery. For this, he had organised a clique of pimps
and procuresses. Most of the young men and women who were seduced
were selected from such families as were economically dependent or
fanatically brain - washed and, for various other reasons, were
incapable of putting up any resistance. There were occasional cases
of defiance, but they were easily silenced by the weapons of
boycott, excommunication, systematic vilification and ostracism. The
Mirza family was not only the spiritual head of the community but
was also the owner of most of the land in and around the town of
Qadian, as the Feudal Lords. Apart from religious allegiance, there
was no security of the tenure of land for those families who had
burned their boats to settle in the so called sacred precincts of
Qadian. Under such circumstances it was unthinkable in those days
for any one to fight back. Quite a few of those who did try to
revolt met with apparently accidental deaths or simply vanished in
thin air without trace."
strategy of fooling Muslims and those interested in Islam by
presenting a different, polished image to the outside, backfired of
course. The propaganda of the Ahmediyyah got many Western people
initially interested in Islam who then preferred the real thing for
the pretence which they rejected. Thus any strategy by the
disbelievers to distort the truth is bound to fail in the long run,
confirming the saying of the prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him,
that Allah will help this religion of Islam even with the hands of
|Author: Islamic Party
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