[qadianism] Re: The Finality of Prophethood - Guidance of the Messenger of Allah(SAW)
By Abdul Aziz
6:34 pm

Mr. Irshad: I have referred to four books. I have in my possession the
whole book by Maulana Nanautvi. I have read it many times and I am hundred
percent sure that the intent of Maulana was to prove that 'khatam an
nabiyyeen does mean the last prophet. Please see pages 4,5,18 and 34 of
book 'Tahzeer an Naas'. I have read the the other reference, but not the
whole book, i.e., pages 15 & 16 of 'Asar Ibn e Abbas fee Dafi il Wasaawas'
by Maulana Abdul Hayee Lakhnavi The third reference is 'Sharah Fasusul
Hikam by Maulana AbdurRahman Bin Ahmad Jami, pages 279 & 280. It is in
Arabic. Since my Arabic is not very good I got it translated by a
non-Ahmadi Syrian. The fourth reference is 'Kitab Al yawaqeet wal Jawaher
by Syed Abdul Wahab As Sherani page 38 & 39. Again it is in Arabic but I
got it translated by the same non-Ahmadi. These are just a few of the
references supporting the claim of the Ahmadiyya movement the 'khatam an
nabiyyeen' does not mean the last prophet. Visit the Ahmadiyya web page for more. If any one who lives in the United States and
wants to get these references to satisfy himself, I shall be glad to mail
it at given address.
On Sat, 6 Feb 1999  wrote:

> > Abdul Aziz:
> > <snip> I give you three examples of past Muslim scholars who died
> > before the advent of Ahmadiyyat and believed that the term does 
> > not mean the last prophet...
> > 
> > (1).Maulana Muhammad Qasim Nanautvi...
> > (2).Syed Abdul Wahab Asherani...
> > (3).Abdur Rahman Bin Ahmad Aljami...
> I wonder if you have actually read the writings of the authors
> you mentioned?  If you have and have access to them, would you
> kindly post longer quotes or at least confirm that they truly
> represent the opinion of these scholars?  These very short 
> quotes do not convey very useful or complete understanding of
> the opinion of these authors.  If, on the other hand, you are 
> relying on what others have written, would you at least provide
> us with a reference to the book you are taking these quotes 
> from?
> Recently, a non-Muslim contacted our Idara and claimed that the
> holy Quran tells us not to pray!  His reference was:
>   "O you who believe! do not go near prayer..."
>       (Quran, 4:43)
> Of course, we knew that the actual quote reads:
>   "O you who believe! do not go near prayer when you are 
>    Intoxicated until you know (well) what you say, nor 
>    when you are under an obligation to perform a bath --
>    unless (you are) travelling on the road-- until you 
>    have washed yourselves; and if you are sick, or on a
>    journey, or one of you come from the privy or you have
>    touched the women, and you cannot find water, betake 
>    yourselves to pure earth, then wipe your faces and 
>    your hands; surely Allah is Pardoning, Forgiving."
>       (Holy Quran, An-Nisa, 4.43)
> Thank you for your elaboration.

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