[qadianism] Why Can't I accept Qadianism / Ahmadiyyat?
By Irshad @irshad.org
6:25am
Thu
11
Feb

Here is a partial list of the reasons for my rejection of
Qadianism / Ahmadiyyat.

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A. Alhamdolellah, I am a Muslim, one who, in response to the
   decrees of Allah(SWT) and His Last Messenger, Muhammad(SAW),
   proudly states:   "I hear and I obey".  As Allah(SWT) has
   said:
   
      "O you who believe! obey Allah and obey the Messenger, 
       and do not make your deeds of no effect."
        (Holy Quran, Muhammad, 47.33)

1. A believer can not have more than one Master.  As a Muslim,
   I follow what Allah(SWT) has decreed, through Prophet 
   Muhammad(SAW). 
   
   Rasulollah(SAW) has taught:

     "The chain of Messengers and Prophets has come to an
      end.  There shall be no Messenger nor Prophet after
      me."       (Tirmidhi, Musnad Ahmad, Anas bin Malik)

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/knabuwat.htm

   Qadianism, on the other hand, teaches that its founder,
   Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, an Indian, was a prophet of 
   God, superior to most prior Messengers and Prophets(pbut).

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mzomuhd.htm

   That is not acceptable to a Muslim; that is not Islam.

2. Muslims realize the mercy and wisdom in the decrees of 
   Allah(SWT) and willingly Submit to divine guidance.

   Qadiani leaders and missionaries argue endlessly about the
   Signs of Allah(SWT) and, much like prior nations, try to 
   distort and reinterpret Allah(SWT)'s decrees to fit their
   false claims.  In doing so, they invent new ideas foreign
   to Islam.  But, Prophet Muhammad(SAW) has forwarned us:

     "In the latter days there will be impostors, liars, who
	  will come to you with stories which you have never heard,
	  neither you nor your forefathers.  Beware then, beware! 
	  Let them not lead you astray, nor let them put you into
	  trouble."  (Muslim)

   Their unfounded interpretations are contrary to Islamic
   teachings and unacceptable to sincere believers; we fear
   Allah(SWT) and shrink from committing the grave mistakes
   of the past nations.

3. Believers are one ummah and brothers of each others. They
   do not mistrust, backbite, badmouth, or curse other 
   believers.
   
   Qadianism programs its members to mistrust learned Muslims
   (whom they call "mullahs") and employs other psychological
   tools to breadth an atmosphere of mistrust and hatred among
   the people.  It proudly claims to be the chosen group, the 
   "73rd sect of Islam", and has successfully separated its 
   followers from righteous believers.
   
      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/onmuslim.htm
      
   Their method is unacceptable to Muslims, who put their trust
   in Allah(SWT) and follow His Clear word:
   
     "As for those who divide their religion and break up into 
	  sects, you take no part in them in the least: their affair
	  is with Allah: He will in the end tell them the truth of 
	  all that they did."  (Holy Quran, Al-Anaam, 6.159)
   
     "Turn you back in repentance to Him, and fear Him: establish
      regular prayers, and be not you among those who join gods 
	  with Allah,- 
   
      Those who split up their Religion, and become (mere) Sects,-
      each party rejoicing in that which is with itself!"
        (Holy Quran, Al-Room, 3.31)

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B. There are many signs which prove, without a doubt, that Mirza
   Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani was not Mahdi or Messiah.
   
1. Mirza was a Misfit.  No amount of twisting or playing with
   words can fit Mirza into the prophecies about these 
   personalities.
   
      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mahdi.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/messiah.htm

   Mirza never visited Mekkah, which both of these personalities
   are supposed to perform Hajj at.  He could have been neither.

2. Failed Prophecies.  Mirza sahib falsely attributed many of
   his statements to Allah(SWT) and claimed many prophecies,
   which failed miserably.

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/prophecy.htm

   The promise of Allah(SWT), particularly to His agents, are 
   true.  Thus, Mirza was not from Allah(SWT).

3. Discrepancies.  Mirza Ghulam's statements and claims suffer
   from many fundamental discrepancies, even thought he had
   attributed them to divine guidance.

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/suttar/suttar.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/discrepa.htm
             
   Word of God can not suffer from such contradictory statements.
   Thus, Mirza was not from Allah(SWT).

4. Death of Mirza Sahib.  According to the record of eye
   witnesses, following challenges of Mubahala, Mirza sahib died
   while claiming to have been struck with Cholera, the disease
   he himself had declared as a curse for the unbelievers.
   
      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/dtmirza.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/sanahul.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/liar.htm

   Mirza could not have been divinely guided.
   
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C. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani suffered from serious personal
   flaws, as recorded by his own followers.

1. A religious leader is a source of knowledge, whose
   devotion to faith is unquestioned.  Mirza sahib relied
   on hired individuals for advice on religious matters 
   and was very lax in adhering to tenets he was himself
   preaching.

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mgknwisl.htm

   A sincere individual and religious leader would serve as
   an example of devotion for his followers.  Mirza did not.

2. A truly guided person, does not utter profanities or abusive
   words.  Mirza sahib's writings are riddled with profane and
   abusive language.

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/manners.htm

   He even ridiculed and used profane language while referring
   to Jesus(pbuh), a great Messenger of Allah(SWT):

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mzojesus.htm

   He can not be accepted as a good example of a human being,
   let alone a divinely guided person.

3. A religious person is not interested with wealth, riches
   or comfortable life.  Evidence shows that money was the 
   issue foremost on Mirza sahib's mind.  Some of his own
   followers questioned the lavish life-style he and his 
   close associates were conducting.

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mgmoney.htm

   A man of God does not have his own comfort in mind.  He
   cares about others, before himself, and does not squander
   poor-money on his life-style.

4. A believer does not lie or break his promised.  Mirza Ghulam
   repeatedly uttered falsehood, even about the Words of 
   Allah(SWT) and His Last Prophet(SAW).

      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/cantrust.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/testqadi.htm
             http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/apology.htm

   Mirza Ghulam can not be accepted as a religious example by
   the believers.

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D. Qadiani leaders follow the unIslamic and ugly method of 
   Christian Missionaries to trick unsuspecting Muslims into
   their movement.  But, their speech and deceptive ways can
   not discount their history of hatred for the believers.

1. They associated themselves with non-Muslims and supported
   them in wars against Muslims.
   
      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/mzmaster.htm
	  
   A rightly guided movement would not have spied against the
   believers, fought on the side of unbelievers against Muslims,
   and rejoiced in death and destruction of Muslim rule.  
   Qadianism does not represent Islam.
	  
2. They shamelessly misrepresent the opinion and the teachings
   of Muslim scholars, rely on forged or unauthentic ahadeeth,
   and baseless interpretation of selected hadeeth to misguide
   the gullible.
   
      Proof: http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/reverts/balogun.htm

   A movement which promotes falsehood about Allah(SWT), His
   Messenger(SAW), Sahaba(RA), and Muslim Scholars can not have
   anything to do with Islam.  As Allah(SWT) has decreed:
   
     "It is those who do not believe in the Signs of Allah 
	  that forge falsehood: it is they who lie!"
	    (The Holy Quran, An-Nahl, 16:105)

   Remembrance of Allah(SWT), sincere belief in the Hereafter,
   and fear of eternal punishment prevents all rightly guided
   people from these kind of disgraceful strategies.  These
   are the ways of some Christian missionaries, not those of
   Muslims.  Ahmadiyyat does not represent Islam.

3. Ever since their falsehood and strategy was exposed on the
   Internet, the Qadiani leadership has deactivate their 
   numerous web sites and removed arguments and quotes of their
   leaders from circulation.  Now, they rely on sites allegedly
   set up by "children", "new converts", or unknown individuals
   to present their so-called proofs.
   
   All these new sites are careful to post a message to the
   effect:
   
      "This Website is not the Official Website of the 
	   Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam."
   
   No doubt, when the deception is exposed, it is easy for the
   Mission to attribute such "mistakes" to the "youth" or "lack
   of knowledge" of individuals who host these new sites and
   move on to new deceptive arguments.
   
   Sincere Muslims and Leaders would take responsibility for 
   their followers and advice them when they get out of line
   on religious matters.  A Movement whose members refuse to
   quote the writings of their leaders and founders can not
   be worthy of serious consideration.
 
4. Qadiani Leaders, instead of relying on the Decrees of 
   Allah(SWT) and His Last Prophet(SAW), advance meaningless
   arguments as evidence of their divinity:
   
	 a. They boast about their Cable TV show!
	 b. They claim to have a "khalifa" who can uniquely 
        understand Islam and teach it!  Sadly, they seldom
        quote his "wisdom" for Muslims.
     c. They claims an exaggerated number of converts!
        (See what happened to them, after boasting that 
         virtually all of Gambia was Qadiani:
         http://www.irshad.org/idara/qadiani/news/gambia01.htm )
     d. They claim to be very dedicated to their Movement!
     e. They claim to be savagely murdered and abused in 
        Pakistan.

    Obviously, even many non-Muslim groups advance such claims.
    These can be seen as proofs of sincerity only by the naive.

Now, you can tell us, your reasons for rejecting Qadianism.


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