[qadianism] Was Mirza Ghulam Qadiani Receiving Wahi?
By Abdullah Muslim @yahoo.com
10:34am
Thu
17
Dec

Mirza Ghulam, the founder of Qadianism/Ahmadiyyat, claimed:

 "I do not speak of my volition. Indeed, that is nothing
  but revelation which is revealed."
     (Tabligh-e-Risalat, Vol. 5, P. 58) 

Now please consider what he wrote while alleging that 
Jesus(pbuh) had died:

 "Hence, I shall prove in this book that Jesus(pbuh) did
  not die on the cross neither did he go up to the heavens
  nor it should ever be hoped that he will return to the 
  earth from the heavens; rather, he died at the age of 
  120 years in Srinagar in Kashmir, and his grave is in 
  the Khanyar Region of Srinagar."
   (Roohani Khazain, vol.15, p.14) 

 "The Holy Quran clearly says that the Masih was lifted
  to the heavens after his death.  Therefore his descent
  is symbolic and not real. And in the verse ‘Falamma 
  Tawaffeteni’ it has been clearly manifested that death
  of Hazrat Isa(pbuh) has already taken place. Because 
  the meaning of the verse is that the Christians will go
  astray after the death of Hazrat Isa(pbuh) and not 
  during his lifetime. So if we assume that Hazrat Isa(pbuh)
  is not yet dead, then we will have to agree that the 
  Christians are not yet digressed, and this is absolutely
  false. Rather the verse is saying that the Christians 
  remained faithful only until the life-time of Hazrat 
  Isa(pbuh)."  (Roohani Khazain, vol. 11, p.321) 

Here, Mirza Ghulam has made the following assertions:

a. Jesus(pbuh) lived to age 120 and died in India;

b. Christians were on the right path until after the 
   death of Jesus(pbuh) [as per Mirza], since we read
   in the holy Quran the conversation taking place on
   the Day of Judgment:

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    "Never said I to them aught except what Thou didst
     command me to say, to wit, 'worship Allah, my 
     Lord and your Lord'; and I was a witness over them
     whilst I dwelt amongst them; when Thou didst take 
     me up Thou wast the Watcher over them, and Thou 
     art a witness to all things." (Holy Quran, 5:117)
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However, later on Mirza Sahib, while still claiming 
to be receiving wahi from Allah, contradicted himself
by writing:

  "... it becomes known that corruption had already 
  begun during the time of Disciples. If the period of
  the Disciples had been such that the Christians had 
  still been on right path, then in this verse Allah 
  would not have linked it with the life-time of Hazrat
  Isa(pbuh) only, but would have included the life time
  of the disciples as well. Thus at this juncture a very
  good point of the period of corruption in Christianity
  is illustrated and which is that the seeds of SHIRK 
  (associating partner with God) were sown in 
  Christianity."
    (Roohani Khazain, vol. 11, p.321) 

  "All the bad things were introduced in this religion 
  (Christianity) by Paul. Hazrat Isa was such an 
  unselfish person that He did not even want anyone to
  call him a pious man ,but Paul made him God."
    (Roohani Khazain, vol. 20, p.375) 

We see that, now, Mirza Ghulam has expressed the 
following view:

c. Corruption in religion of Jesus(pbuh) was introduced
   at the time of his disciples, most notably paul who 
   died in the year 64 or 67; in other words while 
   Jesus(pbuh) was still on this earth (according to 
   Mirza, Jesus(pbuh) lived to 120)!

The Question:
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Paul died around 65 AD, which is 55 years before Mirza 
Ghulam's alleged death of Jesus(pbuh) in 120 AD.

Thus, Jesus(pbuh) was alive in Kashmir (according to 
Mirza) and being worshipped as divinity in Palestine, 
Rome, or other places.  As Mirza has alleged, corruption
in the religion had begun at the time of disciples and 
Paul was successful in making Jesus(pbuh) into a God, 
Son of God, or part of a Trinity before the death of 
Jesus(pbuh)!  But, this contradicts his earlier 
statements.

How can someone who claims to be receiving wahi be making
such gross contradictory statements?  Aren't Qadianis 
familiar with the statement of the Holy Quran:

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 "Do they not consider the Qur'an (with care)? Had it
  been from other Than Allah, they would surely have 
  found therein Much discrepancy." (Quran, 4.82)
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Were Mirza Ghulam's statements wahi from Allah as he
was falsely claiming?  Absolutely not!  Why should anyone
accept the claims of Mirza Ghulam, when his claims are
against the teachings of Allah(SWT), reason, and clear
evidence?

Hear the Words of Allah and His last prophet(SAW) who
warned mankind:

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 "There will arise thirty impostors in my Nation and
  each one of them will pronounce to the world that 
  he is a prophet, but I am the last in the line of 
  the Prophets of God and no Prophet will come after
  me." (Abu Dawood, Tirmithi)

 "In the latter Days, there will come forth men who 
  will deceive the world by religion, clothed before
  men in sheepskin because of gentleness, their tongues
  sweeter than sugar, and their hearts the hearts of
  wolves."  (Tirmithi)

 "People, no prophet will come after me and no new 
  faith will be born. Reason well, therefore, O People,
  and understand words which I convey to you."
     (Khutbatul Weda'ah)
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I hope Qadianis will reflect upon the irrefutable Signs 
Allah(ta'ala) has left for all those who truly seek 
Guidance.  Those who choose to reject Clear Signs and
Guidance and prefer to blindly follow the way of their
forefathers will not harm Allah(SWT) in the least, but
Allah(SWT) will make their deeds null in the hereafter.

No doubt Allah is separating sincere believers from 
unbelievers.

More detailed presentation at:
 http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/suttar/suttar.htm

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