[qadianism] Re: Refutation of Qadiani Quotes and Arguments - General Response
By aa3 @axe.humboldt.edu

Dr. Rashid: You don't want Mubahila unless our Khalifa sits with you in a
certain place. Unfortunately those people who are ignorant of the totality
of the work our khalifa does can't see that such an exercise is futile.
Particularly when all of us know that Dr. Rashid has fabricated so many lies
that only God can help him. If I were the Khalifa, for sure I would prefer
to preach Islam than sitting with you. Still you have a choice. Just
announce that you have accepted Mubahila and then wait for God's decision.

>Mr Aziz
>I for one, has been repeatedly denied audience with your holiness, Mirza Tahir
>Ahmad, the khalifa. His press secretary Mr Rasheed Chaudhary told me that who
>am i, what is my worth? If it is the President of Prime Minister of Pakistan
>then perhaps 'Huzoor' might see me.
>Once a a couple of years ago, I traced Mirza Tahir Ahmad in a house in USA,
>where he was visiting. With great difficulty I even managed to convince the
>lady of the house that this is very important indeed that I should speak to
>'huzoor'. She gave the phone to him, I asked him are you Mirza Tahir? he said:
>Yes. I said: I am Dr. Rashid, and I have repeatedly sent you letters, phoned
>your office to make an appointment but you have not responded. Why? He was
>stunned, his silence was deafening :) and then he just hung up, without a
>single word.
>Is this what you call 'not scared of debate or talking' ? Your Khalifa is
>scared of facing the muslims? He feels secured when he is talking on the
>camera or in the presence of his blind followers. It has happened repeated in
>Karachi and in other places, that whenever he is faced with opponents, who
>expose the truth about Mirza Ghulam, he beats a quick retreat.
>Abdul Aziz wrote:
>> I am an Ahmadi Muslim (Alhamdolillah). I have requested non-Ahmadi Muslims
>> to talk with me. I am not afraid, because Allah (SWA) says that truth
>> smashes falsehood. If Mr. Irshad's idea that Ahmadis are afraid of
>> discussing their beliefs with non-Ahmadis, then I should have or my
>> leaders would have told me to remain aloof. You know what: the non-Ahmadi
>> imam advised the non-Ahmadis to remain away otherwise they will be
>> entrapped. I give you another proof that it is not the Ahmadis who are
>> afraid to debate or discuss their beliefs. A number of non-Ahmadi ulema,
>> in Pakistan, have forceably removed the MTA receivers fearing that
>> non-Ahmadi neighbors will join the Ahmadiyya movement. Think who is
>> afraid?

Abdul Aziz
School of Business & Economics
Humboldt State University

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