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Qadiyanism: A Brief Survey (So called, ” Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam “)

The Institute of Islamic Information & Education Brochure No. 27 Beginning: Begun in India, inspired and actively supported by the British colonial power. In the mid nineteenth century the British thought that Islam as the Deen of Allah was dead, but the War of Independence of 1857 and the leading role of Muslims through the spirit of Jihad, scared …

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Islam and Qadiyanism (” Ahmadiyya Movement “) Compared

The Institute of Islamic Information & Education Brochure No. 28 So called, Ahmadiya Movement in Islam, commonly known among the Muslims as Qadiyaniyat (or Qadiyanism) or Mirzaiyat was started in the 1880s by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadiyan in the Punjab province of India, then a British colony. The British supported such a schism among Muslims …

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Ghulam Ahmad Qadiyani: Fallacy of his Prophecies

The Institute of Islamic Information & Education Brochure No. 29 Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiyani, the founder of Qadiyanism or Ahmadism, so called Ahmadiya Movement in Islam wrote about prophecies of a prophet: The Torah and the Qur’an admit that the most truthful evidence of prophethood are the prophesies, and It is not possible that God’s revelations be …

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Who is the Promised Messiah?

The Institute of Islamic Information & Education Brochure No. 30 There are one or more sayings of the Prophet Muhammad(S) transmitted by Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and Ahmad in their respective collections of Hadith books regarding Al-Masih Al-Maw’oud, the Promised Messiah. Fazlul Karim, in his translation of Mishkat Al-Masabih published under the title “Al-Hadis” Vol.IV, pages 82-83, quotes …

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