[qadianism] What do you Think of Someone who Attributed Falsehood to Allah?
By Abdullah Muslim @yahoo.com
10:34am
Thu
17
Dec

Prophet Muhammad(SAW) said:

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 "Ascribing false things to me(SAW) is not like ascribing 
  false things to anyone else.  Whosoever tells a lie 
  against me intentionally then surely let him occupy his
  seat in Hell-Fire."  (Bukhari)
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Mirza Ghulam, the founder of Qadianism/Ahmadiyyat, 
attributed many false sayings to Messenger of Allah(SAW).
He generally made such claims to lend appearance of 
validity to his statements and to mislead the unfortunate
villagers who had fallen pray to his movement.  For 
instance, he claimed:

 "Naturally, the prophecies of the Holy Quran and Hadith,
  in which it was revealed that the Promised Messiah will 
  be prosecuted by the Muslim scholars, must come to pass.
  They will declare him an unbeliever."
   (Roohany Khazaen, Vol.17, P. 404)

 "The Prophet of Allah was asked about the Day of 
  Resurrection: when will it occur? He replied: 'Doomsday
  will occur within a hundred years for all the sons of 
  Adam'."
   (Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 3, P. 227)

 "It is mentioned in the True Traditions that the Promised
  Messiah will appear at the beginning of a century and
  will be a renewer for the fourteenth century."
   (Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 21, P. 359)

 "If one has to refer to a Hadith, more importance should
  be placed on those Hadiths that are more authentic. For
  example the Hadiths of Bukhari Sharif which foretell of
  some caliphs of the last era; particularly, the caliph 
  about whom Bukhari narrates a voice for his ratification
  will be heard from the sky stating: 'This is Mehdi, the 
  caliph of Allah'. Now, think how accurate this Hadith is,
  since it appears in a book most accurate, after the Holy 
  Quran."
   (Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 6, P. 337)

 "The Apostle of God, peace be upon him, said: 'when an
  epidemic afflicts any town, its inhabitants should leave
  the town at once, otherwise they will be among those who
  do battle against God.'"
   (Al-Hakam, August 24, 1907)

Qadiani leaders have been unable to explain these writings
of their founder for a century.  Instead of realizing the 
truth, amending their way, and submitting to Allah(SWT),
they have sought refuge in their false propaganda, 
unwarranted attacks and name calling against Muslim 
scholars and personalities.

How could a movement whose founder and leaders have been
untruthful to Allah(SWT) and His last Prophet(SAW) have
anything to do with Islam?  How could a person who 
knowingly ascribed falsehood to Prophet Muhammad(SAW) be
a scholars, Mujaddid, Mahdi, or Messiah, as the inheritors
of Mirza Ghulam have been alleging  for a century?

The claims of Mirza Ghulam might have worked on the 
simple-minded and uneducated villagers of Qadian, where
Mirza Ghulam was the landlord, but should it have the 
same effect on individuals who have ready access to 
authentic books of hadith and are able to verify the
clear facts for themselves?

May Fear of Allah and Love of Truth be your guiding Light.

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 "It is those who believe not in the Signs of Allah, that
  forge falsehood: it is they who lie!
   (Holy Quran, 16:105)
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More detailed presentation at:
   http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/cantrust.htm

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