[qadianism] Re: What do you Think of Someone who Attributed Falsehood to Allah?
By qamar @ahmadiyya.com
2:37am
Tue
9
Feb

 Ah ! alas for (My) servants ! There comes not a apostle to
them but they mock him. Al-Quran : (Surah Ya-Seen Verse 30) 

The Promised Messiah, Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Qadiani (A.S) had never said or wrote a 
single sentence that is not in total conformity to the SPIRIT
of Al-Quran or Hadith of our Holy Prophet. The objections 
raised above by Mr. Abdullah are a result of just over 
emphasising on words and not trying to go deep into the 
message itself. 

A) Persecution of Promised Messiah : 

As far as the first quotation of the Promised Messiah (Mirza
Sahib) regarding his persecution is concerned, following are 
only the two out of may Ahadith (Sayings) of our Holy Prophet 
from which such details can be clearly infered. 

1) Narrated by Abu Said (RA): 

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "You will follow the
wrong ways, of your predecessors so completely and literally 
that if they should go into the hole of a mastigure, you too 
will go there." We said, "O Allah's Apostle! Do you mean the 
Jews and the Christians?" He replied, 
"Whom else?" (Sahih Al-Bukhari) 

2)Narrated by Abdullah bin Amar (RA): 

The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said: 
"Surely things will happen to my people as happened 
earlier to Israelites, they will resemble each other 
like one shoe in a pair resembles the other to the extent 
that if anyone among the Israelites has openly committed
adultery to his mother there will be some who will do 
this in my Ummah as well. Verily the Israelites were 
divided into 72 sections but my people will be divided 
into 73 sections, all of them will be hell bound except 
one." The companions asked, 'Who are they O Messenger of 
Allah,' Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "They 
are those who will (pass through the similar situation) 
like I and my companions (passed)." (Tirmadi) 

The resemblence of Umah with Jews (As the Holy Prophet
told in above Hadith) makes it essential that the 
Promised Messiah be persecuted, otherwise the above 
Prophecy would have been proven false. Any one who 
knows even a little about the religious history 
understands that how the 72 sects of Jews in general 
and their scholors in particular persecuted the
Messiah and his followers. He was even declared unbeleiver
and the one who is destroying the teachings of the Books. 

Before comming to the next topic, I also like to mention
here that among various spiritual diseases, of the Jews at
the time of Messiah, one was over emphesising on words.
Just one example of this was their contineous demand to
show the literal bodily decend of Elijah (Ilyas) from the sky
which they (Jews) made from the Messiah and refused to
accept spritual/metaphorical explanation regarding the
fulfilment of the same prophecy in the person of John the
Baptist (Hadrat Yahya A.S.) as presented by him
(Messiah). Their (Jews) said spritual disease ultimately
resulted in their enimity with the Messenger of God (Allah)
and so with God (Allah ) Himself. 

B) Dooms Day : 

The second quote from Miza Sahib's book which Mr.
Abdullah has provided is incomplete one. The 
complete sentence is as follows: 
"The Prophet of Allah was asked about the Dooms Day ,
when will it occur? He replied, Doomsday 
will occur within a hundred years for all the sons of Adam
and this was an indication that no one can 
live more than hundred years." (Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 3,
P. 227) 
Ahadith on this subject are numerous with some variation
of words. One of which is as follows: 

Jabir b. 'Abdullah reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may
peace be upon him) as saying this one month before his
death: You asked me about the Dooms Day whereas its
knowledge is with Allah. I, 
however, take an oath and say that none upon the earth
would survive at the end of one hundred 
years." (Muslim Kitab Fadail-e-Sahaba). 

Now, it can be seen that the spirit of Hadith and writing of
Mirza Sahib is one and the same as no 
one can live more than hundred years (according to the
above hadith) therefore, it can be infered that for all sons of
Adam Dooms Day occour within hundred years. 

Hadrat Imam Bukhari had also infered from this Hadith that
"since no one can live more than 
hundred years therefore Hadrat Khizar (A.S) must have
died as well". 

It is also vast human oberservation that the life of man, if
rounded to nearest hundred, can never be more than one
hundred (unless there is a proof of some one's age of more
than 150 years) and it is the beauty (and proof of truth) of
above Hadith. Unless one lives more than 150 years his age
will always be said as one hundred years (if rounded to
nearest hundred). Therefore, despite attaining the age of
120 years, Hadrat Essa (A.S) can very rightly be said to be
one hundred years of age (rounded to nearest hundred)
when he died. 

C) Messiah and Fourteenth Century : 

1) Narrated by Abu-Hurayrah (R.A): 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: "Allah will raise for
his ummah (community) after every 
hundred years (i.e. begining of each century) the one who
will renovate the religion for it." 
(Abu-Dawood Kitab Al-Malahim) 

2) Narrated by Huzafa (R.A) : 

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: "After passing of
1240 years Imam Mahdi will be raised 
(appointed by Allah)". (Najam-us-saqib.) 

3) The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: "There will be
no Mahdi except Essa" (Ebna-Maja). 

Combining the above three Ahadith it very clearly reveals
that : 
1) Promised Messiah will be appointed at the begining of a
century. 
2) Promised Messiah will be raised after 1240 years (i.e.
not before passing 40 years from 
Thirtennth Century). For both the Hadith (No. 1 & 2) to be
true it is appreant that the Promised 
Messiah must be present at the end of Thirteenth and at the
begining of Fourteenth Century. 
3) Mahdi and Promised Messiah will be one and the same
person. 

D) A voice from sky stating "This is Mahdi." : 

Narrated by Hadrat Ibna Umar (R.A) : 

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: " For the ratification
of Imam Mahdi there will be a voice 
heard from the sky stating 'this is Mahdi, the Caliph of Allah'
". (Abu Naeem, Mustadrak Hakim & Talkhisul-Mutshabah). 
Mr. Abdullah these are the words of the Holy Prophet, can
you deny this fact? This is the Hadith which Imam Hakim
had also mentioned in his "Mustadrak" and declared it as
authentic as Bukhari and Muslim. 
Although this Hadith is very very authentic but is not from
Bukhari. Mirza Sahib had mentioned it as 
of Bukhari Hadith just due to human error. There are many
examples of such mistakes of reference 
in the Islamic history. Like Imam Ebna-Rabi had refered the
"Khairul sudan-e-salasa" hadith as of 
Bukhari where as it was from 'Mustadrak Hakim' ". But no
pious man had ever blamed Imam 
Ebna-Rabi as liar due to said mistake. Rather, Mullah Ali
Qari (a renound Muslim scholar) while 
writing on this topic had stated it as mistake of pen. (See
Mazoo-ate-kabir). 

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