Attempt by Qadianis (Ahmadiyya) to Hide the Truth
Ever since the death of their founder, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani, the leadership
of "Ahmadiyya Mission" has faced several big obstacles in trying to
promote their man-made cult:
A very rich and extensive body of
Quranic revelations and authentic
Hadith clearly refute
every doctrine of the Qadiani Movement that deviates from authentic
In an attempt to give their claim an appearance of validity, the Qadiani
leadership has shamelessly tampered with the meaning of the Holy Quran and
is advancing forged and questionable hadith attributed to the Prophet
this hypocrisy may misguide a few uninformed individuals, every moderately
knowledgeable Muslim can readily see the fallacies of Qadianis rejecting
the Finality of Prophethood, belying the signs
and Mission of the promised Mehdi and
opposing Jihad against
oppressors, calling Muslims
kafirs, and trying to
set up a new holy land to divide and weaken the Muslims.
Indeed, anyone with a working knowledge of the Arabic language or the foresight
of heeding the instructions of the Holy Quran can readily see that Qadiani
leaders are merely playing with the translation of the holy text in an attempt
to guide naive people astray.
Mirza Ghulam Qadiani left to his heirs two things: A huge wealth he had
hoarded over the years and a large collection of books and articles he and
his associates had written.
Heavily funded and protected by the enemies of Islam, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani
had grown insolent and careless, toward the end of his life. While at the
beginning of his career he had claimed to be merely a reformer and had abided
by strict Islamic teachings, later in his life, he advocated to being the
promised Mehdi, Messiah, a reincarnation of Prophet
prophet of God, Son of God, Hindu Lord, and God impersonified.
Additionally, he had rejected many Islamic doctrines; he had insulted the
Prophets of Allah(SWT), their families,
and their companions; he had declared all Muslims kafirs; he had taken
enemies of Islam as his allies and protectors; and he had abrogated
Jihad against the oppressors and colonialists. Fortunately, all these
blasphemous claims and actions have been recorded in his own books and reports
to his British masters.
Over the years, Muslim scholars have used the writings of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani
to expose the "Ahmadiyya Mission against Islam".
Concerned with maintaining the viability of their wealth generating machinery,
the Qadiani leadership has resorted to making incomplete translations of
their founder's books, to the degree that these translations do not
bear much resemblance to the original documents.
Additionally, with every new edition of their books, the Qadiani leadership
reorder and rearrange the writings of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani to create
chronological confusion and throw off any references to their publications.
For example, a false hadith Mirza Ghulam Qadiani had attributed to Hazrat
will happen within 100 years of my death") appeared on page 257 of
"Izalat-ul-Auham" but was moved to page 104 in the second edition;
and the admition of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani about the promised Messiah ("The
true Messiah will kill Dajal")
was moved from page 220 of the first edition of "Izalat-ul-Auham"
to page 91 of the second edition.
Fortunately, Muslim scholars have kept the original edition of Qadiani
publications and refer to these in exposing the fallacies of Qadiani (Ahmadiyya)
Unless otherwise noted, every reference by us to Qadiani publications
also refer to the first edition of their books.
After the death of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani and the full disclosure of his
writings in the first edition of the Qadiani books, a group of Qadianis,
headed by Molvi Muhammad Ali Lahori, a high official and candidate for the
leadership of the movement, split from the Qadiani (Ahmadiyya) cult and created
an equally controversial faction called Lahoris.
Lahoris have chosen to openly reject several of the declarations of the Qadiani
(Ahmadi) mission. In particular, they reject the idea that Mirza
Ghulam Qadiani was a prophet or a reincarnation of the Prophet
discredit the Qadiani doctrine that all Muslims who do not embrace Qadianism
(Ahmadiyyat) become kafir.
As documented by Molvi Muhammad Ali in his book, The Split, Lahoris
claim that these and other Qadiani doctrines are a testimony that Qadianis
(Ahmadis) have drifted away from the "basic principles of Islamic faith"
and have "laid down the basis of creating a breach within Islam itself",
seeking to lay "the foundation of a new religion." These are pretty
strong words from a former high-level Qadiani who could not follow the false
teachings of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani beyond a certain point.
Nevertheless, it is unfortunate that even after discovering the non-Islamic
goals and teachings of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani, instead of rejecting all of
his teachings, Lahoris decided to embrace and follow part of the doctrines
of the false prophet and Messiah. Instead of clinging to the light of Islam,
they too created a new sect and decided to fight for power for the Qadiani
membership. We hope that they will be shown the light soon and be reminded
of Allah(SWT)'s warning to the Muslims
not to follow Satan and create sects to divide themselves.
Verily, those who divide their religion and break up into sects, you have
no concern in them in the least. Their affair is with Allah, Who then
will tell them what they used to do.
(The Holy Quran, Al-An'am, 6:159)