Mirza Ghulam's Tirade against Muhammad(SAW)
(In light of Qadiani own Writings)
According to one of their unIslamic doctrines, Qadianis are to believe that
on this earth twice. His first advent occurred, during the sixth century
of the Christian era, in Arabia when he received the Holy
Quran. During his second advent,
Qadianis claims, he appeared in the more perfect form of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani
in India (God forbid)! Qadianis try to explain this reincarnation via the
use of the words "broozi" (incarnation) or "Zilli" (shady/shadow). They claim
that somehow an improved spiritual and intellectual version of hazrat
Muhammad(SAW) was given to Mirza
Ghulam Qadiani (God forbid) via the "miracle" of reincarnation, so that he
could perfect Islam!
Since Mirza Ghulam, among his many contradictory and unIslamic
statements, claimed to be the same prophet (only better) as
Muhammad(SAW), Qadiani leaders did
not see the need to change their
Kalima. Also, claiming to be
the same prophet returned to life, Mirza Ghulam suggested he had the authority
to change the Islamic Sharia,
reinterpret the Holy Quran, reject any
Hadith that contradicted
his claims, suggest that praises of hazrat
Muhammad(SAW) in the Holy Quran
were actually intended for him (Mirza), and declare all the followers of
Kafir (God forbid). In
effect, he canceled the religion and prophethood of hazrat
Muhammad(SAW) and laid the foundation
for a new religion with the same name and Kalima as Islam!
In this article, we will present some quotes from Qadiani writings testifying
to all these facts. Please pay close attention to the great contrast between
Mirza Ghulam's early and later writings: He slowly transformed from claiming
to be a Muslim to being a disbeliever. Please note how Mirza Ghulam,
at times, appears to be praising
Muhammad(SAW), but immediately he
directs all the praise to himself, by claiming to be the very object of his
"I believe in all the items of faith as prescribed by the Sunni School of
Islam and I accept everything that is according to the Quran and
Hadith. I fully subscribe to the doctrine that Muhammad is the
last of all Prophets, and that any claimant to Prophethood after him is an
impostor and a Kafir. It is my belief that the revelations of
Prophethood started with Adam and closed with the prophet Muhammad (peace
be upon him)".
(Majmuha-Estaharet, P. 230-231;
Tableegh-i-Risalat, Vol 2, Page 20 -
Also appeared in a Qadiani poster dated Oct 2,
1891; 20 Shaaban, 1313 A.H.)
"I consider that man who rejects the doctrine of Last Prophethood is a
disbeliever and outside the pale of Islam."
(Tableegh-i-Risalat, Vol 2, Page 44 -
Also read out in Congregation of Jama Masjid,
Dehli, Oct. 23, 1891)
We also do believe that the person who rejects the fundamental doctrine of
the Finality of Prophethood is outside the fold
of Islam. Mirza Ghulam made these statements early in his career, when
he was begging Muslims for financial support for his projects. As we
shall see, he changed his stance when he was no longer dependent on the support
of the Muslim Ummah.
Claim to being
Muhammad(SAW) Brought to
"In this revelation "Mohammadur Rasoolullah wal lazeena m'ahoo, ashiddao
'al alkuffare rohamao bainahum" (Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.
And those with him are hard against the disbelievers and merciful among
themselves [Quran 48:29]), I (Mirza Ghulam) have been named Muhammad as
well as the Messenger of Allah."
(Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 18, P. 207;
Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, P. 3/4; Rabwah, 3rd Edition)
[Read: Other Verses of Quran Mirza Claimed
to be Praises intended for himself]
"I have told so many times that according to the verse "Wa Akhareen
Menhom" (Along with others of them...) - in the incarnate form, I am
the same last of the Prophets. Twenty two years ago, God named me in
Braheen-e-Ahmadia Muhammad and Ahmad and declared that I am the entity
of the Holy Prophet(SAW)."
(Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 18, P. 212;
Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, P. 1/8)
"And Know that just as our Holy Prophet(SAW)
was sent in the fifth thousand (the 6th century A.D.),
in the same manner he was sent in the sixth thousand (the 13th century A.D.)
in the incarnation of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani)."
(Khutba-e-Ilhamiah, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 16, P. 270;
Khutba-e-Ilhamiah, P. 180, 1st Edition, Qadian, 1902)
"The Holy Prophet(SAW) had two advents.
In other words, you may say that one mission was in the reincarnated form.
It was promised that the Holy
prophet(SAW) would be sent to the
world once again and this was fulfilled by the advent of the Promised Messiah
and the promised Mehdi (i.e. Mirza Ghulam)."
(Tuhfah-e-Golravia, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 17, P.
249;Tuhfah-e-Golravia, P. 94, 1st Edition, Qadian, 1902)
"Maseeh Mowud (The Promised Messiah) is not a separate thing from holy
Prophet(pbuh), but it is he himself who has come again in this world in
incarnated form..... Therefore is there any doubt that God has reincarnated
Muhammad again in Qadian?"
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P.104-105, Review of Religions, Qadian, March
"Thus does any doubt remain that God has sent Muhammad (pbuh) again in Qadian
to fulfill his promise?"
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl by Mirza Basheer Ahmad, Review of Religions,
P.105, No.3, Vol.14)
"Blessed is the head of the 14th century whence he descended like the moon
through darkness. Muhammad has now come reincarnated as Ahmad Mujtaba (Mirza
Ghulam) to help the (Muslim) Ummah. The reality of the rebirth became
manifest to me when the Mirza declared to be Mustafa (Muhammad) incarnate."
(Al-Fadl, May 28, 1928, Qadian)
These statements shed light on one of the differences between Qadianism and
Islam: while Islam rejects the concept of reincarnation, Qadianism seems
to have embraced it. After making various statements and realizing
that his claims to prophethood were easily dismissed by Muslims, Mirza Ghulam
sought refuge in various, often conflicting, venues; one of these
relied on the Hindu mystic concept of "reincarnation". Using this
strategy, the Mirza of Qadian was hoping to find gullible Indian Muslims
who would accept his novel strategy of circumventing the doctrine of Finality
of Prophethood by claiming to be a reincarnation of hazrat
Claim to being as Blessed as
"When I am the holy Prophet incarnate and when all the accomplishments
of Muhammad along with his prophethood are reflected, by the incarnate
manner, on the mirror of my shadiness, then where is that man who had claimed
to be a prophet in a separate capacity?"
(Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 18, P. 212;
Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, P. 8/10)
The person who makes a difference between me and the Mustafa has neither
seen me nor recognized me."
Khazaen, Vol. 16, P. 259; Khutba-e-Ilhamiah, P. 171)
"Owing to total resemblance, no difference, whatsoever, existed between the
Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam) and the holy
prophet(SAW), so much so that even
the personalities of the two are virtually one and the same. Mirza of Qadian
has himself said: 'His(SAW) person
has become my Person'."
(Khutba-e-Ilhamiah, P. 171)
"The entity of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam), in the sight of Allah,
is the entity of the holy
Prophet(SAW). In other words, in
the records of Allah there is no difference or conflict between the Promised
Messiah and the holy
Prophet(SAW). Rather they both
share the same honor, 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-Fadl, Vol. 3, No. 37, September 16, 1915; Qadiani Religion,
P. 207/275, Lahore, 9th Edition)
"In the previous article published in Al-Fadl, dated 16th September
1915, by the grace of Allah, I have proved that the promised Messiah (Mirza
of Qadian) stands for the entity of the holy
Prophet(SAW), in the matter of name,
work, advent, place and status. Or in other words, you may say that just
as the holy prophet(SAW) was sent
in the fifth thousand (of the worlds), in the same way, he has now been
incarnated in the Promised Messiah along with his entire accomplishments."
(Al-Fadl, October 28, 1915; Qadiani Religion, P. 209, Lahore,
"Every messenger was granted accomplishments and perfections according to
his capacity and performance in varying degrees, but the Promised Messiah
(Mirza Ghulam) was granted prophethood when he had attained all the
accomplishments of the Prophethood of
Muhammad(SAW) and was qualified
to be called a shadow prophet. Thus, this shadow prophethood did not make
the steps of the Promised Messiah lagg behind, but it pushed them forward
to such an extent that it brought him on equal footing with the holy
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P. 113, by Mirza Basheer Ahmad Qadiani)
These beliefs of the Qadianis would be very amusing, if they were not so
blasphemous in nature. The Mirza of Qadian who had not memorized the holy
Quran, did not live according to the
sharia of Islam, and
used to devour Zakat, live in
luxury, utter profanity, break promises, make false prophecies, consume alcohol,
and use drugs claimed to be on the same footing as (God Forbid) the holy
Prophet(SAW) of Islam! Did
Mirza Ghulam expect us to forget about the humble, gentle,
and selfless nature of the holy
Prophet(SAW), the countless
documented miracles (splitting the moon, bringing dead to life, ...) he had
performed, and his prophecies and accept the baseless claims of the Mirza
Demand for Durood upon Mirza
"One of the objections of the ignorants is also this that the followers of
this man (Mirza) apply on him the words ['alaihe assalato wa assalam]
and to say this is
Haraam. The answer to
this is that I am the Promised Messiah, and leave aside the saying of
Salaat and Salaam, holy Prophet himself said that he who finds
him, convey his salaam to him; and in all Hadiths at hundreds
of places Salaat-o-Salaam is mentioned for the Promised Messiah. When
such words about me are said by The Prophet, Sahaba has said, rather
God has said, then how can it be Haraam for my Jama'at to say
such words for me."
(Arbain, Roohany Khazaen, Vol.17 P.349; Risala Durood Shareef,
Arbain No.2 )
"Thus according to the verse (of Quran) 'O people of the faith! Send your
Salat on Him and salute Him with the Salutation (33:56) and according
to those Hadiths in which there are instructions to send Durood
on Holy Prophet pbuh, sending Durood on Hazrat Maseeh Mowud is
just as necessary as it is on the holy Prophet pbuh."
(Risala Durood Shareef, by Mohd Ismael Qadiani, P.136)
It is true that the Holy
Prophet(SAW) asked the Muslim
Ummah to send Durood on Mahdi and Messiah when they arrive.
However, he(SAW) also told his
Ummah how to recognize the true Mahdi and Messiah (two different
individuals) and warned us to be on the lookout for the impostors who will
claim to be these individuals. The fact is that Mirza Ghulam did not
match any of the prophecies and did not deserve to receive any form of
Claim to being Superior to
This is indicative of the true unIslamic beliefs of Qadianism. In Islam,
believing that one can reach and surpass the holy Prophet of
Allah(SAW), the greatest of believers
and prophets, amounts to disbelief. In the Holy Quran, we are even told:
O you who believe! Do not put yourself ahead of Allah and His Messenger;
But fear Allah: for Allah is He Who hears and knows all things.
O you who believe! Raise not your voices above the voice of the Prophet,
nor speak aloud to him in talk, as you may speak aloud to one another, lest
your deeds become vain and you perceive not.
(Holy Quran, Al-Hujurat, 49:1-2)
What of the people who believe they can surpass the holy
Prophet(SAW) in the matter of faith?
What of the people who believe Islam was somehow imperfect at the time of
the Holy Prophet(SAW) and needed
Mirza's "revelations" to become an improved faith?! Haven't they abandoned
Islam by denying the following verse of the Holy Quran?
"This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed my
favor upon you and have chosen for you Islam as your religion."
(The Holy Quran, Al-Maidah 5:3)
Claim to Having Received Quran and New
"For the Holy Prophet God showed only the sign of Eclipse of Moon;
But for me he has shown the sign of Eclipse of both Moon and Sun, thus will
you disbelieve me. If his Kalaam (words) were a miracle, a sign,
my Kalaam is also a miracle."
(Aijaz-e-Ahmadi, Roohany Khazaen, Vol.19, P.183;
Aijaz-e-Ahmadi, P. 71/79)
"The basis for our claims is not Hadith but Quran and that Wahi
(revelation) which comes to me. Yes, in support we also present those
Hadith which are according to Quran and do not contradict my
Wahi. Rest of the Hadith, I throw them away like a waste paper."
Khazaen, Vol.19, P.140)
"I say with swearing upon God that I believe in these inspirations in the
same way as I believe in Quran and other books of God. And just as I consider
Quran undoubtedly and surely the book of God, similarly I believe that that
Wahi (revelation) which descends upon me is the word of God."
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, Roohany Khazaen, Vol.22, P.220)
"I have similar faith in my Wahi as on Torah, Injeel, and Quran."
(Arbain, Roohany Khazaen, Vol.17, P.454; Arbain No.4)
"...and the Word of God descended so much on me that if it is collected it
will not be less than 20 parts."
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, Roohany Khazaen, Vol.22, P.407)
"Quran is God's Book and words of my mouth."
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 22, P. 87; Advertisement dated
15th March 1897)
"And I place my belief in the Ayat (verses) of the Holy Quran, the
same way, without a jot of difference, I believe in that clear, and apparent
Wahi of God which came to me; whose truth has been unraveled to me
through His continuous tokens. And I can swear this standing in
Baitullah (holy Kabah) that the holy revelation which descend upon
me is the word of the same God Who sent down His Word on Hazrat Musa (Moses),
Hazrat Isa (Jesus) and Hazrat Muhammad
(Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, P. 8)
"This Divine conversation which is held with me is certain. If I doubt
it for a moment, I become an infidel and my hereafter be destroyed. The
word which descends on me is certain and absolute. As a person can
not doubt the sun and its light, having seen the sun and the sunlight, the
same way, I can not place doubt in that word which descends upon me from
Allah and I have the same faith in it as in God's book. It is possible
that up to a certain time, mistakes may be committed by me in interpreting
God's word at certain places, but it is not possible that I doubt that (this)
is not God's word."
(Tajjaliat-e-Ilahi, P. 20, Rabwah)
"How can I repudiate the continuous Wahi of God (being revealed) for
twenty-three years. I have faith in this holy Wahi of His as
in all the Wahis of God having been revealed prior to me."
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, P. 150)
"O my dear, O my Soul, the Prophet of Qadian! O Prophet of Qadian!
I am a sacrifice and ransom for you. In the first mission you were
Muhammad(SAW) and in the second
one you are now Ahmad incarnate. O prophet of Qadian, the Quran has again
been revealed to you."
(Al-Fadl, October 18, 1922, Qadian)
For all their talk about being Muslims, the Qadiani leadership relies on
the "revelations" of its prophet, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani, as a source of guidance.
If Mirza's anti-Islamic "wahi" were not entirely man-made creations,
they surely are those of Satan. Muslims should remember the following:
... Lo! the devils do inspire their friends to dispute with you. But if
you obey them, you will be in truth idolaters...
(Holy Quran, Al-Anaam, 6:121)
The Holy Prophet(SAW) said:
Allah will send no Apostle after me, but only Mubashshirat (good and pious
(Musnad Ahmad, Abu Tufail, Nasa'i, Abu Dawud)
Mirza Ghulam's visions were falsehoods attributed to
Allah(SWT) and His
Messenger(SAW) only to misguide
people from the path of Islam. [Read: Can you trust
Mirza Ghulam Qadiani on anything?]
Claim to having a New Shariah
"On top of it you must realize what Shariat (religious law) really
is. Simply it orders proper conduct and forbids indecency. One
who lays down certain commands and prohibitions (i.e. Amr bil Maroof and
Nahi an-ilMunkar) is an ordinate of Shariat and I am the ordinate
of Shariat, because my revelations contain both commandments
(awamir) and prohibitions (Nawahi). It is wrong that
Shariat should decree totally new orders as there is much teaching
in the Quran which is also found in the Torah. That explains why, in
the Quran, there is much reference to it in the following verse: 'This
has been revealed in the former books - those of Moses and Ibrahim.'"
Khazaen, Vol. 17, P.
Vol. 4, P. 6)
"My teachings contain orders as well as prohibitions and renovations of
important injunctions of the Shariat. For this reason, God has
named my teachings and the revelations (Wahi) that comes to me
as "Falak" (Boat).... Thus see, God has declared my revelations, my
teachings and my allegiance to be Noah's Ark and as the basis of salvation
for all human beings. Let him who has eyes see and him who has ears hear."
Khazaen, Vol. 17, P. 435; Arbain, Vol. 4, Margin of P. 6)
The Qadiani missionaries often claim that Mirza did not bring new
Shariat and was merely following the Shariat of Islam!
Obviously, they are mistaken when they make that statement. Mirza
reinterpreted Quran at will and rejected any Hadith he did not agree
with. By rejecting elements of the Shariat, he committed a grievous
...If any do fail to judge by (the light of) what Allah hath revealed,
they are (no better than) Unbelievers.
(The Holy Quran, Al-Maeda, 5:44)
New Qadiani Kalima is Born
"As the result of the advent of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani),
a difference has cropped up (in the meaning of Kalima). Before the
appearance of the mission of the Promised Messiah, the words "Muhammad
Rasurrollah" (Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah) included in their meaning
only such messengers as had preceded him. But, after the mission of the Promised
Messiah, one more messenger has entered into the meaning of "Muhammad
Rasurrollah" (Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah).
Therefore, on account of the incarnation of the Promised Messiah, the
Kalimah "La Ilaha Ellallah, Muhammad Rasurrollah" does not
become abolished; it rather shines more brightly. In short, the same
Kalimah is effective even now for embracing Islam, with the only
difference that the incarnation of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Qadiani) has
added one more Messenger to the meaning of "Muhammad Rasurrollah"
(Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah)."
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P. 158,
by Mirza Basheer Ahmad Qadiani)
"Moreover, even if we accept by supposing the impossible that the sacred
name of the merciful Prophet has been included in the Kalimah because
he is the last of the prophets, even then no difficulty arises and we do
not need a new Kalimah because the Promised Messiah is not a separate
entity from the Merciful Prophet as he (Mirza Ghulam) himself has said:'
My Entity has become his entity
He who makes a distinction between me and Mustafa has not recognized me nor
has seen me.'
And the reason for this is that Allah Almighty has promised that He would
reincarnate the last of the Prophets (Khatam-un-Nabieen) to this world
once more as it is evident from the verse "Akhareen Menhom" (... others
of them). Thus, the Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam) is himself Muhammad,
the Prophet of Allah, who had come to the world again to spread Islam. We
do not, therefore, need any new Kalimah. A new Kalimah would
have been necessary, if some other person had been reincarnated instead of
Muhammad, the Messenger (Rasul) of Allah. So contemplate!"
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P. 158;
Review of Religions, March-April, 1915)
For true Qadianis, the Kalimah of Islam is meaningless without the
inclusion of Mirza Ghulam, who claimed to be a superior version of Muhammad
and Ahmad! The only similarity between Muslim and Qadiani
Kalimah is the way they sound; however, their meaning and intent
are completely different.
When the Hypocrites come to thee, they say, "We bear witness that thou
art indeed the Messenger of Allah." Yea, Allah knoweth that thou art indeed
His Messenger, and Allah beareth witness that the Hypocrites are indeed
(The Holy Quran, Al-Munafiqoon, 63:1)
Dead and Satanic
"It is apparent that the time of manifest victory (Fath-e-Mubeen)
of the era of the holy prophet has expired, but the process of the second
victory, which is much greater and clearer than the first one, continues.
It was ordained that its time should fall during the time of the Promised
(Khutba-i-Ilhamiah, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 16, P. 288;
Khutba-i-Ilhamiah, P. 193-194)
"We believe that a religion in which the chain of prophethood stands severed
(as in Islam of Muhammad) is dead. We call the religions of Jews, the
Christians and the Hindus dead only because now there are no messengers in
them. If this were the position in Islam, we would be no more than mere
story-tellers. Why do we regard it superior to other religions? It must have
some distinctive features."
10, P. 127; Rabwa)
"That religion is no religion and that Prophet is no prophet by following
whom a man does not come so close to God as to be honored with divine
conversation (prophethood). That religion is cursed and contemptible which
teaches that human progress depends only on a few narrated anecdotes
(Shariah of Islam and Sunnah) and that divine revelations (Wahi)
have lagged behind instead of going ahead.... Such a religion deserves
to be called Satanic rather than divine."
Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 21, P. 306; Zamimah-e-Barahen-e-Ahmadia,
Part 5, P. 138-139)
"How absurd and false it is to believe that after the holy
Prophet(SAW) the door to divine
'Wahi' has been closed for ever and there is no hope of it in the future
till the day of Resurrection - Worship tales only. Can a religion having
no direct trace of Almighty Allah be called a religion? I
say, by God, that in this age there is none more disgusted than myself
with such a religion. I name such a religion Satanic, instead of
Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 21, Part 5, P. 354;
Zamimah-e-Barahen-e-Ahmadia, Part 5, P. 183)
"We have sent towards you a Prophet like the Prophet who was sent towards
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, P. 101)
"The Ahmadi movement bears the same relationship to Islam as Christianity
bears to Judaism."
(Mubahasah Rawalpindi, P. 240; by Muhammad Ali Lahori Qadiani)
"Probably in the year 1906, at the proposal of Khwaja Kamaluddin, Molvi Muhammad
Ali entered into an agreement with the Editor of Akhbar-e-Watan to
the effect that the Review of Religions would publish no articles
about the issue (Mirza's claims). It would publish articles on Islam in general
and the Editor of the Watan would publish in his paper advertisements
of appeal for help in favor of the Journal, the Review of Religions.
The promised Messiah disapproved this proposal and it was strongly opposed
by the Jamaat also. The hazrat Sahib (Mirza Ghulam) said: 'Will you present
dead Islam before the world by excluding me?'."
(Zikr Habib, P. 146; by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Qadiani, First Edition,
"During the lifetime of the Promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam), at the proposal
of Molvi Muhammad Ali and Khwaja Kamaluddin, the Editor of
Akhbar-e-Watan started a fund collecting scheme in 1905 for the purpose
of sending copies of the Review of Religions to foreign countries.
On the condition that it should not contain the name of the Promised Messiah
(Mirza Ghulam). But Hazrat Aqdas (Mirza) rejected this proposal saying: 'Will
you present dead Islam by excluding me?'. Thereupon, the Editor of
Watan announced the closure of this fund collecting scheme."
(Al-Fadl, Vol. 16, No. 32, October 19, 1928; Qadiani Religion,
In clear opposition to the assertions of the holy Quran that Islam is perfect,
universal, protected, and for all times, Mirza of Qadian and his associates
have thus declared the Islam of
Muhammad(SAW) a dead religion (God
forbid) and attempted to institute their man-made faith in its place.
Regardless of the scheme they bring forth, they will only succeed in
misguiding themselves, they will not be able to destroy Islam:
Fain would they extinguish Allah's light with their mouths, but Allah
will not allow but that his Light should be perfected, even though the
unbelievers may detest it.
(The Holy Quran, Al-Tawba, 9:32)
Claim to being The Last Prophet
"I have told so many times that according to the verse "Wa Akhareen
Menhom" (Along with others of them...) - in the incarnate form, I am
the same last of the Prophets (Nabi Khatamul Ambia). Twenty
two years ago, God named me in the Braheen-e-Ahmadia Muhammad and
Ahmad and declared that I am the entity of the holy
Prophet(SAW). Thus my prophethood
in no way clashes with the status of holy Prophet(pbuh) as the Last of Prophets,
because shadow is inseparable from the original. Since I am Muhammad in a
'shadowy way', thus this way the Seal of the Last of the Prophets is not
broken, because the prophethood of Muhammad(pbuh) remained with Muhammad
(Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 18, P. 212;
Ek-Ghalati-Ka-Izala, P. 8)
"Blessed (is) he who has recognized me. Of all the paths of God I am the
last path, and of all His lights I am the last light. Unfortunate is
he who forsakes me, because without me all is darkness."
(Kashti-e-Nooh, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 19, P. 61; Kashti-e-Nooh,
P. 56, First Edition, Qadian 1902)
"The Prophethood ended on our Prophet(pbuh). Therefore after Him there is
no Prophet except who has been illuminated by His Light and who has been
made His inheritor by God. Know that Finality was given to Muhammad(pbuh)
since the Beginning; and then given to him (Mirza Ghulam) who was taught
by His Spirit and made His shadow. Thus blessed is the one who taught
and blessed is the one who learned (Mirza Ghulam). Thus Finality was
destined for the sixth millennium, which is the sixth day in the days of
God...... The Promised Messiah was born in the sixth millennium."
(Zamima Khutba Ilhamiah, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 16, P. 310)
"I am the only one selected in this Ummah to get the title of
'Prophet '. No one else deserved this title."
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 22, P. 407)
"Tell them that if you love God then come and follow me, so that God also
(Haqiqat-ul-Wahi, P. 82)
"These quotations prove that except for the Promised Messiah no one else
can be a Prophet...After holy Prophet (pbuh) only one Prophet was necessary
and the coming of too many Prophets would have hindered the Wisdom and Schemes
(Tasheed-ul-Azhan, No.8, Vol.12, P.11, August 1917)
"Thus only one person got the status of Prophethood in the Ummah of
Muhammad....except for the Promised Messiah (Mirza) no one followed holy
Prophet to such perfection to be called the shadow of holy Prophet. Therefore
only Promised Messiah was chosen to be called the Prophet."
(Kalimat Al-Fasl, Review of Religions, P. 116, No. 3, Vol. 14)
Even though Mirza Ghulam had suggested that any religion without continuity
of prophethood is cursed and dead, he recanted this earlier stance once he
saw the reaction of the Muslim masses and, perhaps more importantly, when
he dreamed of a new scheme to claim prophethood. By declaring to be
Muhammad, in effect, not only he declared to be a prophet (God forbid),
but also he announced that he was the very last prophet! When knowledgeable
Qadianis (Ahmadis) declare to believe in the Finality of Prophethood, they
really mean they believe in Finality of Prophethood in their prophet, Mirza
"So say to them: If you love God, then come and obey me so that God may love
(Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 22, P. 82; Haqiqatul-Wahi, P. 79/82;
Tadhkirah, P. 46, 62,81,82,205,277,360,363,378,395,495,630,634, Mirza
Ghulam's "revelation", 2nd Edition)
"In the Braheen-e-Ahmadia, God has declared me Ibrahim, since he said:
'Salam - Ala - Ibrahim ...'
Which means: 'Salutation on Ibrahim (i.e. this humble person). We truly made
friends with him and saved him from every anxiety. And (O you who follow
him), let the place of Ibrahim's steps be the place of your prayers. That
is, obey him completely so that you may attain salvation'."
(Arbain, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 17, P. 420;
Arbain Vol. 3, P. 30-31/37)
" 'Wa Attakhozu Men Maghame Ibrahim Masla' This is a verse of the
Holy Quran; on this occasion it means to say: Perform your prayers and maintain
your beliefs on the pattern of Ibrahim who has been sent (Mirza Qadiani),
and mold yourself on his model in every matter."
(Arbain, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 17, P. 420;
Arbain Vol. 3, P. 31-32)
"Similar is the verse 'Wa Attakhozu Men Maghame Ibrahim Masla'. It
contains a hint that at a time when the Ummah of
Muhammad(SAW) will become divided
into many groups, then during the last era an Ibrahim (Mirza of
Qadian) will be born and out of all the groups that group will be saved
which follows this Ibrahim."
(Arbain, Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 17, P. 421;
Arbain Vol. 3, P. 32)
So far we have seen that Mirza of Qadian has claimed to be a superior version
of Muhammad(SAW) (God forbid) sent
with new "revelations" to make Islam perfect; we have witnessed him call
the Islam of Muhammad(SAW) "Satanic"
and "Cursed" (God forbid); we have seen how he and his accomplishes played
with words to misguide the gullible; and we have heard him announce that
his way is the only way for salvation! Is there any doubt what the
Mirza of Qadian and his associates were doing?
Of the people there are some who say: "We believe in Allah and the Last
Day;" but they do not (really) believe.
Fain would they deceive Allah and those who believe, but they only deceive
themselves, and realize (it) not!
(The Holy Quran, Al-Baqara, 2:8-9)
Muhammad(SAW) declared Kafir
"This is strange that you consider the person who rejects me and the person
who calls me Kafir as two different persons, whereas in the eyes of
God he is the same type; because he who does not accept me is because he
considers me a fabricator..."
Khazaen, Vol. 22, P. 167)
"O you who are called Muslims! If you really desire Islam's victory and invite
the rest of the world to join you, then first come yourselves to the true
Islam (Qadianism) which is available through the Promised Messiah (Mirza
of Qadian). It is under his auspices that today the roads to goodness and
righteousness are open. By following him alone, man can reach the desired
goal of success and salvation. He is the same pride of the former and the
latter mankind (Muhammad), who had come 13 centuries ago from now as
'Rahmatul Alemeen' (The Mercy to the Worlds)."
(Al-Fadl, September 26, 1915; Qadiani Religion, P. 211-212/264,
9th Edition, Lahore)
"To declare those who denied the Holy
Prophet(SAW) in his first advent
as Kafirs and outside the fold of Islam but to regard the deniers
of his second advent (Mirza Ghulam) as Muslim is an insult to the
Prophet and a joke against the signs
of Allah, since the Promised Messiah has, in the Khutba-e-Ilhamia,
compared the mutual relation between the first and the second advents of
the Holy Prophet to the relations between the crescent and the full moon."
(Al-Fadl, Vol. 3, No. 10, July 15, 1915; Qadiani Religion,
"The point is now quite clear. If it is Kofr to deny the Merciful
Prophet, it must also be Kofr to deny the Promised Messiah, because
the Promised Messiah is in no way a separate being from the Merciful
Prophet; rather he is the same (Muhammad). If anyone is not considered
a Kafir for denying the promised Messiah, then anyone else who denies
the Merciful Prophet should not also be considered a Kafir. How is
it possible that denying him in his first advent should be considered
Kofr, but denying him in his second advent should not be regarded
as Kofr, even thought, as claimed by the Promised Messiah, his
spiritual attainment is stronger, more complete, and more severe."
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P. 146-147; Review of Religions, March-April
"Any person who believes in Moses but does not believe in Christ, or believes
in Christ but does not believe in Muhammad or believes in
Muhammad but does not believe in
the Promised Messiah, is not only a Kafir, but he is a confirmed (Pakka)
Kafir, and out of the fold of Islam."
(Kalimat-ul-Fasl, P. 110, by Mirza Basheer Ahmad Qadiani)
"All such Muslims as did not swear allegiance to the Promised Messiah (Mirza
Ghulam Qadiani), even though they did not hear the name of the Promised Messiah,
are Kafir and debarred from the fold of Islam."
(Aiena-e-Sadaqat, P. 35, by Mirza Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani)
"It is incumbent upon us that we should not regard non-Ahmadis as Muslims,
nor should we offer prayers behind them, because according to our belief
they deny one of the messengers of Allah. This is a matter of faith. None
has any discretion in this."
(Anwar-e-Khilafat, P. 90, by Mirza Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani)
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We hope the facts do speak for themselves, Mirza Ghulam of Qadian forged
a lie against Allah by claiming to be a Prophet of God. The use of
appealing Islamic teachings, symbols, and terminology by the Qadiani
leadership is a weak and hypocritical attempt on their part to divert gullible
or uninformed individuals from the Light of
Allah(SWT) and the religion of
Muhammad(SAW). The doctrine and
beliefs of the followers of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani are attacks on the very
prophethood of hazrat
Muhammad(SAW) and the true Message
They swear by Allah that they said nothing (evil), but indeed they uttered
blasphemy, and they did it after accepting Islam; and they meditated a plot
which they were unable to carry out: this revenge of theirs was (their) only
return for the bounty with which Allah and His Messenger had enriched them!
If they repent, it will be best for them; but if they turn back (to their
evil ways), Allah will punish them with a grievous penalty in this life and
in the Hereafter: They shall have none on earth to protect or help
(The Holy Quran, Al-Tawba, 9:74)