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Why Did I Leave Qadianiyat?
Maulana Lal Hussein Akhter

Maulana Akhter Lal Hussein is a well-known personality among both Muslims and Ahmadis. Initially, he was a well-known Ahmadi muballigh, who strived tirelessly to attract people to Ahmadiyyah. He denounced the Jamaat, when the truth became apparent to him, and began to expose the deception of the Qadiani leadership. Many souls discovered the truth through his well informed analysis of the subject. Brother Akhter has written 14 articles on the topic of Qadianism.

And say: 'Truth has (now) arrived, and Falsehood perished: for Falsehood is (by its nature) bound to perish.'
(The Holy Quran, Al-Isra, 17:81)

Unlimited Praise and Glory be to Allah, The True Creator, who brought everything into existence.

Millions of Praises be Upon Him, who excelled humanity over all creations and put his stamp of "best of molds" (Quran, 95:4) over this excellent creature.

Thousands of salutations be on that holy personage, who was sent as a mercy for all the worlds, and whose blessed advent smothered - from East to West and North to South - the flames of polytheism and disbelief with the light of the Oneness of Allah; created a world of spiritual light, in the darkness of materialism; and rid the man, through his pious and holy gaze, of all those afflictions of ignorance, barbarism, immorality and corruption, which were clinging to him. This perfect guide and the true leader, this biggest pedagogue, the intercessor on the Day of Judgment, is the individual whom befits the phrase, ‘ba’ad uz Khudaa buzurg Tooee - after God, you (O Muhammad) are the most august one. He is our lord and master, Muhammad Mustafa (May peace, love and blessing of Allah shower on Him). It is he who transforms a beggar into a king; it is he, who shows the path to the lost souls; it is he, who cleanses the sinful and introduces them to the Divine Presence.

By the Grace of Allah and through the blessings of the blessed feet of Rasulollah(SAW), a sinful person, who for 8 years had been rutting in a ditch and rummaging around in the dark cave of misguidance, today has entered the bright world of light and guidance. This is a Blessing of Allah; He bestows it upon whomsoever He desires.

The birth of my religious life goes to the Khilafat Movement. I had been a student at the Oriental College, Lahore, when the Khilafat movement was established. Based on the teachings of the Quran, scholars had issued a religious edict boycotting education in the Government controlled institutions. Therefore, I left college and set off for my hometown of Dharamkot Randhawa, District Gurdaspur. I was well aware of my physical limitations, my lack of courage and my deficiency in religious matter. Despite all that, I had a hidden desire which would not allow me to rest, an intense yearning to serve my beloved Islam.

Contrary to my best worldly judgment and against the advice of my relatives and friends, I signed my name on the Khilafat Committee, reciting the lines of poem ("I have put my heart now in the river of love; I have put my faith in Allah"). For 8 to 9 months, I donated my time to the Batala Khilafat Committee in District Gurdaspur. I toured the entire district and, with complete devotion, propagated the aims and objectives of the Khilafat. My activities and reawakening of masses infuriated the oppressive Government of the time, which on the basis of three of my speeches (condemning oppression and calling for the right for self-determination), charged me with incitement against the Government of Gurdaspur.  Following a cursory hearings (by a kangaroo court), the government sentenced me to one-year harsh imprisonment.

I spent one year and 20 days in the Gurdaspur jail and came to learn that the Swami Shardhanand and Arya Samaj had taken up the task of tricking uninformed massed into apostasy and that the Shudhi Movement was fully mobilized against Islam. After my release from Jail, I considered the situation and decided that I had to strive to propagate Islam against the Arya Samaj and Shudhi Movements.

It was in those days that I came across some muballighs (missionaries) from the Lahori group of the Ahmadiyya movement. They presented me greatly exaggerated claims of the propagation (Tableeghi) activities of their Jamaat and sold me fictional and boastful stories of Mirza Saheb’s (the founder of the Ahmadi / Qadiani organization) services to Islam and claimed that their Jamaat had the same beliefs as that of Ahle Sunnat wal Jamaat. In addition, they indicated that Mirza Sahib was not a claimant of Prophethood and that those, who attribute such claims towards Mirza Saheb, are lying about him and have fabricated and feigned lies against Mirza Saheb. To prove this statement, they quoted some passages from his earlier books, in which Mirza Saheb had labeled a claimant of Prophethood as kaafir, dajjal and out of the fold of Islam. Since my knowledge about the Mirzai religion was nil, in the name of Tableegh-e-Islam, I got trapped in their net and put the rope of Mirza Saheb’s Mujaddadiyat and Mahdiwiyat around my neck. After taking the oath of initiation, I entered the Tableeghi College of Anjuman.

In 1924, I became Mirzai and I repented in 1932 and became a Muslim once again. I spent 8 years in Mirzaiyyat and, for 3 years, the Mirzais provided Molvi Muzaffer Ali and me with education. At that time, our education cost around Rs. 50,000, at Rs. 150 per month. Two teachers used to teach us Hebrew and we studied the Bible (Old and New Testament) from him. From two instructors dedicated for teaching Sanskrit, we studied Vedas and other Hindu religious books to debate with Aryas. Two teachers were appointed to teach us Hadith and one for teaching Tafseer of Quran.

Initially, there were 30 students, but because of the difficult Sanskrit grammar, they all left, except Molvi Muzaffer Ali and I. Thus, after 3 years, we completed our education and, then for 8 years, we engaged in debates for Mirzais. I was in the Lahori Jamaat.

Upon finishing the course in designated time and as a successful Muballigh candidate, I was given the task of propagating and lecturing about the Ahmadiyyat. During this period, I was not just performing the duties of a Muballigh and engaging in debates, I also held the important offices of Secretary Ahmadiyya Association, Editor of Newspaper ‘Paigham Sulh’ and ‘Mahsel’, and so on. For 8 years, with my heart and soul, I was sincerely engaged in lecturing and propagating the Mirzai beliefs.

Once, Maulana Raipuri asked me about how I had come to leave the Ahmadi Lahori Jamaat. I replied:

"By the Grace of Allah, I began having dreams. Each night, I used to have two or three nightmares. I would get up and recite Ayat-al-Kursee, Ma’oozetain, La Hawla walaa qoowata illa billah and so on, go back to sleep, only to wake up by progressively worse nightmares. Initially, I used to think that these were satanic dreams, because of their nature.

I still remember several nightmares vividly. In the middle of 1931, I experienced a few dreams, in which I saw Mirza Saheb with a horrible face and in very bad condition. I could not relate these dreams to Mirzais, because, if I had done that, they would have told me that these are dreams from Satan. Neither could I relate them to any Muslim, because they would have told me that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a liar in his claims and that I must repent and denounce Ahmadiyyat. I was confounded and my condition was like a catch 22 situation. (The following are three such dreams):"

Dream 1:

"One night, I dreamt of a vast barren salty ground. Many anxious and distressed people were waiting on this plane. I was also among them. We were surrounded by huge iron pillars wrapped with barbed wires from ground to sky. There was no way or door to get out of this enclosure of barbed wires. Thousands of people were imprisoned in it. I asked others why we were confined to that place. They replied: "We have been barricaded here by our opponents, because of our faith in Ahmadiyyat. At some distance from here ‘Maseeh Mowood’ is sleeping and he is not aware of our situation, otherwise he would do something to gain our freedom. We do not have any tool to cut these barbed wires to make a way out of this barricade." I started looking all around and found a place close to the ground where the wire was loose. I sat on the ground and put my right foot on the wire and pressed it down till it touched the ground. Then I pushed above the other wire near my head and opened enough space for me to get out. At a distant, I saw a bed on which Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani was laying, covered by a sheet. I went near and stood beside him respectfully. He removed the sheet from his face and I saw that his mouth was two feet long and face was that of a pig, one eye was blind and closed and the other was small, the size of gram seed. He said: "My situation is very bad". With these words, a gust of strong fetid odor emanated from his mouth. I was terrified with his face and fetid smell and immediately awakened."

Dream 2:

"In another dream, I saw there was a lot of land with a room and many people were gathering around it. I inquired why they were gathering there. They replied: "We have come here to see Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani". I asked: "Then, why don’t you go inside"? They replied: "We do not have permission". I said: "I have permission". Then, I entered the room and saw that there was a huge bed, which covered the entire room. Covered by a white sheet, Mirza Saheb was laying on it. I went to the bed and stood beside it with respect. Mirza Saheb removed the sheet from his face. I saw that his mouth was 3 hands long and his face was that of swine. One eye was blind and the other small. He said to me: "I am in a bad condition, why have you come here"? After seeing that, I woke up."

Dream 3:

"In another dream, I saw that a man was walking about 200 yards ahead of me and I was following him. There was a string, which at one end was tied around his waist and at other end was tied around my neck. We were going from West to East. A very handsome man, with white face, bright eyes, medium height and white dress, appeared on our right side. He asked me with a smiling face: "Where are you going"? I replied: "Where the man in front is taking me". He replied: "Do you know who he is and where he is taking you"? I replied: "I do not know who he is and where he is taking me!" The man replied: "He is Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani and he is going towards hell and taking you with him". I said: "There is no one in the world, who will want to go to hell willingly and take others with him". He asked me: "What do you say about Musailma Kazzab? Did he not falsely claim to be a prophet, thus deliberately chose the way to hell"? When I could not reply to this reasoning, he continued: "Look ahead carefully". I looked ahead and saw on the horizon a reddish glow stretching from earth to the sky. He said: "Do you know what that red hue is"? I replied: "No!" He said: "These are the flames of hell". But, I kept walking behind Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani and that person disappeared. Soon, I could even feel the heat from the fire. Suddenly, the handsome man reappeared, took out a knife from his pocket and hit the string with force. The string broke, my necked jerked and I awakened."

The failure of certain inspirations and prophecies of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had always disturbed me, but I used to suppress such thoughts by the power of my devotion and excessive love and I used to console my heart by saying that Mirza Saheb was not a prophet that all his utterances should have been true (this is the view of the Lahori branch of Ahmadiyyah). However, the frequency of these nightmares overwhelmed me into thinking that, though the religion is not dependent on our dreams, they can nonetheless help propel one towards searching for the truth. I decided, at last, that I should set aside the emotions I had been thought to have toward Mirza Saheb and must judge the truthfulness or falsehood of Mirzaiyat, on the touchstone of independent research.

By Allah, the One and the All Mighty, Ever-Present and Ever-Seeing, I consider it my duty to announce, that setting aside my emotions for Mirza Saheb, with an open investigative mind, for six months, I carefully studied all the famous books written by Mirza, as well as those books of Qadiani and Lahori Jamaat that were written in support of the claims of Mirza Saheb. I also read some of the books written by Muslim scholars in refutation of Mirzaiyat. The truth is that, the more I studied, the more the falsehood of Mirzaiyat became evident to me. Finally, I became fully convinced that Mirza Saheb was a liar in his claims of receiving inspirations, Mujaddidiyat, Meseehiyat and Prophethood, etc. I reached the conclusion that Holy Prophet SAAW is the Last Prophet, Hazrat Isa (Jesus) Maseeh AS is alive in heavens and will return to this world before the day of Qiyamah.

O God! All secrets of religion are opened up on your slaves
We got the sure-knowledge, the knowledge through visualization and then knowledge of Truth.

Now I faced a most difficult situation. On one hand, there were my job (of Muballigh), my friendly and pleasant 8-year relationship with the members and followers of Jamaat Mirzaiyah and the great prestige and influence I had attained in the Jamaat, because I had been an extremely successful Muballigh (preacher) and Munazir (debater). On the other hand, I knew with certainty that the beliefs of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad were completely contrary to Quran and authentic Hadith, I was aware that his "inspirations" and "prophecies" had repeatedly been false, and was terrified at the thought of being interrogated on the Day of Judgment, about the false doctrines I had been helping to propagate.

On one side was falsehood and the other the truth; on one side was darkness and on the other the torch of light; on one side was a reasonable income and 8-years of relationship and on the other was a treasure of faith, intertwined with worldly difficulties and afflictions. I was thus being tested.

Finally, I made up my mind and decided that even if I had to face infinite difficulties, I would tolerate them joyfully, because those who prefer the Truth have always faced difficulties and afflictions.

If for truth my life is sacrificed, so be it
Difficulties after difficulties befell me, so be it.

Thus, with tearful eyes, repentant of my kufr and apostasy, and with a trembling and regretful heart, I repented to Allah for having followed Mirzaiyat. The situation of my heart changed completely.

My sins and the Mercy of my Lord
There is no end to this and there is no end to that!
O My Oft-forgiving and Merciful Lord!
We never gave up the sins
But, you never broke our hearts
We tried our best to go to hell
But your Mercy could not tolerate that.

Praise be to Allah Who hath guided us to this (felicity):
never could we have found guidance had it not been for the guidance of Allah.
(The Holy Quran, Al-Araf, 7.43)

This is the blessing of Allah, bestows upon whomsoever He desires.

 

O Lord! You are Merciful and your Prophet is Merciful
Hundred thanks that my person is surrounded by two Merciful.

On 1st January 1932, I resigned from the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Lahore. My resignation was accepted on the 26th of January.

Announcement of Denunciation from Mirzaiyat

In the beginning of 1932, the Kashmir movement against the British and Dogra Governments was at its peak. More than a dozen mujahideen of Majlis-e-Ahrar had been killed. All of its leaders and 40,000 volunteers had been imprisoned and the British Government had banned all public gatherings.

When conditions improved somewhat and some restrictions were lifted, a public gathering was organized by my friends to announce my joyful return to Islam. Life-sized posters were printed with the following pronouncement:

"On 7th May 1932, after Isha prayers, in the garden outside Mochee Gate Lahore, a public gathering will be held in which Maulana Akhter Lal Hussein, who was a famous preacher debater of Jamaat Mirzaiyah Lahoriyah and on whose education the Mirzais had spent more than Rs. 50,000, will announce his denunciation from Mirzaiyat and will give reasons for this, along with irrefutable proofs for his decision. After his address, representatives of Mirzais will be given time for question and answer."

Both in and out of the city, the announcements had been made. After the Isha prayers, I addressed a gathering of at least 30,000 on Turk-e-Mirzaiyat (Denunciation of Mirzaiyat), for 3 hours.  Close to the stage, tables and chairs were reserved for Mirzai Muballighs and debaters. After my speech, the chairman announced that, as promised, the Mirzais will be given time to ask questions on the topic addressed by Maulana Akhter Lal Hussein, so that audience can judge for itself the truth and falsehood of Mirzaiyat. Despite the presence of a large contingent of Lahori and Qadiani Muballighs and debaters, no one dared to stand up and face me. The proceedings ended after the supplications by the chairman.

Enticement and Murder Attempts

When the story of this huge gathering and the defeat of Mirzaiyat appeared in the papers, I began receiving invitations from all corners of the country to deliver speeches on that topic. I gave scores of speeches in different cities and had 5-6 successful debates with Mirzais. In those days, I resided across Oonchee Masjid, Inner Bhati Gate Lahore. Daunted by my speeches and debates, a delegation of Mirzais met me at my residence and said:

"Based on your research you have denounced Ahmadiyyat. We would not say anything about your present beliefs. We have come to tell you that your speeches and debates are unbearable for us. We know that, except for speeches and debates, you have no source of income. Jamaat Ahmadiyya offers you Rs. 15000. Take this money from us, start a general merchant or clothing business, and assure us in writing that for 15 years you will neither give any speeches against Ahmadiyyat nor give a statement or write a book against it; and if you do against this agreement, then you have to pay a penalty of Rs. 30,000."

Moreover they said:

"Refuting Ahmadiyyat is not the kind of obligation without which you would not remain a Muslim. Among the Hanafis, Ahle Hadith and Shia, there are thousands of scholars, who have never refuted Ahmadiyyat. If they can remain Muslim without refuting Ahmadiyyat, you can also remain a Muslim."

I said to them:

"How dare you people to try to tempt me with this offer? I am not responsible for the attitude of the scholars, who refrain from refuting Ahmadiyyat. For me, refuting Mirzaiyat is absolutely obligatory, because for a long time I had propagated and preached it. I have to pay penalty for this. No worldly temptation can stop me from refuting Mirzaiyat."

After talking for nearly an hour, they finally became despondent of me and got up to leave. While leaving they said:

"You have adopted a very dangerous attitude towards us. Its consequences will be disastrous."

I did not care for their aggressive challenge and, as before, kept busy with my travels for Tableegh, speeches and debates. According to their scheme, Mirzais attempted to murder me on two occasions: during the debate in Dera Baba Nanak District Gurdaspur and in the gathering of Belon Dilhosie.

One attempt was made at the mosque of Belon Dilhosie, where I was giving a speech, after the Isha prayer. A Mirzai, who had wrapped himself in a blanket, shadily approached the pulpit. A Muslim restrained him and discovered the Mirzai had a dagger hidden under the blanket. A Sub-Inspector of Police was present in the gathering and immediately arrested the Mirzai, took custody of his weapon and locked him up in at the police station. The next morning, he was produced in the court of Area Magistrate, which took a 6-month of guarantee for good conduct from him.

I was injured in the Dera Baba Nanak attack and one Mirzai clearly told me:

"Remember! We will get you murdered even it costs us Rs. 50,000".

I responded:

"I believe that there is no better death than the death of Shaheed. The night of grave can never come in the house."

The news of attempt on me in Dera Baba Nanak was published in newspapers in Lahore. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan published an article on me. When the elders of Majlis Ahrar learnt about the attempts of Mirzais on my life, the leader of Ahrar, Maulana Habibur Rehman Sahib Ludhianwi, asked his office to arrange a public gathering in reply to this Mirzai aggression. Thus, a large number of fliers were distributed; notices were published in newspapers; and announcements were made in every surrounding village that, in the Garden outside Delhi Gate after Isha, a huge rally will take place under the leadership of Ch. Afzal Haq Sahib, in which Maulana Habibur Rehman will reply to Mirzai Aggression.

After the Isha prayers, in a gathering of more than 40,000, Maulana Habibur Rehman introduced me on the stage. He said:

"This young new-Muslim scholar has given most humiliating defeats to Mirzais in debates. When Mirzai could not refute his proofs, they attempted to murder him in Dera Baba Nanak and Dilhosie. I do address Mirzais, I ask their Khalifa, Mirza Mahmud that, if you want to play such a game, then I challenge you to be a man. Attack again Maulana Akhter Lal Hussein and then experience the devout of Ahrar, their onslaught and their sacrifices. For each one person, we will avenge with one thousand. We will not let the blood go waste. Our record is in before you. We do not believe in political speeches. We are the ones who unfalteringly wrestle with our enemies in the battlefield. Whatever we intend to do, we declare it openly."

The speech of Maulana Habib was nothing but an ocean of sacrifice, courage and truth. Repeatedly, slogans of Allahu Akbaar were being raised. He said:

"We are the same Ahrars whose 2 dozen volunteers became shaheed by accepting the bullets of Dogra government to protect the honor of Islam and Muslims and 40,000 happily accepted the punishment by imprisonment."

[Alhamdolellah, following these statements the attempts on the life of the Maulana stopped and the maulana proceeded with calling thousands of Ahmadis to the fold of Islam.]

Analysis of Mirza’s Beliefs in Light of Islam

The Islamic teachings and the beliefs of Mirza Sahib Qadiani are poles apart. To support his concocted beliefs, Mirza Sahib, through his desires of flesh, invented such contrary-to-Shariah "inspirations" that are not even remotely connected to Islam. Based on these "inspirations", that are contrary to Quran and Hadith, Mirza Sahib laid the claims to Muhaddithiyat, Mujaddidiyat, Mahdiwiyat, Maseehiyat, Muhammadiyat, Krishnaiyat, Jai Singhiyat, Zilliyat, Burooziyat, and Prophethood. He did not stop there, and when he could not resist, he claimed to be Son of God. Then, he further evolved his ideas and announced himself to be God and, in that capacity, he claimed to have created new heavens and earth and the human race. Last but not least, he labeled his forthcoming son to have been a manifestation of God, when he wrote:

"My son, who is going to be born, will be well known and successful, will be the manifestation of The First and The Last and will be an expression of Haq and Supremacy, as if God has descended from heavens." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.21-24)

It was such false beliefs, which caused the scholars of Islam to issue an edict of disbelief against Mirza. Presently, I will not comment much on these sayings. Rather, I will simply present some of Mirza Sahib’s claims and sayings to the readers.

1. Mirza Sahib wrote about himself:

"I am Muhaddith.’ (Hamamatul Bushra P.79, Roohani Khazain Vol.7 P.298)

2. He claimed to be Mujaddid (rejuvenator) in following words:

"I have received news from the unseen that I am that man who is Mujaddid of this religion and its leader." (Durre-Sameen, Persian, P.122)

3. He announced his Mahdiwiyat in these words:

"I am Mahdi." (Miyar-ul-Akhyar P.11)

4. He considered himself to be the one mentioned in the Verse of Quran, ‘Mubasshirum beRasoolin ya’ati min ba’adi Ismohu Ahmed’ and wrote:

"And that person who is going to come he is named Ahmed, that is also indicative of him being a Maseel because Muhammad is a Jalali name and Ahmed Jamali. And Ahmed and Eisa, according to their Jamali meanings, are the same. It is hinted as the same thing in this ‘Mubasshirum beRasoolin ya’ati min ba’adi Ismohu Ahmed’, but our Prophet SAAW is not just Ahmed, he is Muhammad as well, that is blend of Muhammad and Ahmed. But in the last days, according to the prophecy, only Ahmed, who also contains the reality of Jesus within him, was sent." (Izala Auham P.673, Roohani Khazain Vol.3 P.463)

Mirza Sahib has mentioned in this quotation that the holy Prophet is not just Ahmad but Muhammad as well, that is a blend of Jalal and Jamal. It seems that the sole purpose of writing all these words is that, if he had written clearly in the beginning that Huzoor (Prophet Muhammad SAW) was not Ahmed, then Muslim masses would have hated him. But, if one examines closely, Mirza Sahib has adjudged himself to be the one meant in this verse, which clearly means that he claims the prophecy of Hazrat Eisa AS in Surah Saff in Quran was not for Syedna wa Maulana Muhammad but for Mirza Qadiani!!

5. In his book Tiryaq-ul-Quloob Mirza Sahib writes:

"I am Maseeh-e-Zamaan (Jesus), I am the Kaleem-e-Khuda (Moses), I am Muhammad, I am Ahmad Mujtaba." (Tiryaq-ul-Quloob P.3 Roohani Khazain Vol.15 P.134)

6. At another place, he explains this further:

"God has designated me as a manifestation of all prophets and has ascribed the names of all prophets to me. I am Adam, I am Seth, I am Noah, I am Abraham, I am Isaac, I am Ishmael, I am Jacob, I am Joseph, I am Moses, I am David, I am Jesus and I am the perfect manifestation of the name of Holy Prophet, that is as zill I am Muhammad and Ahmad." (Footnote, Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.72 Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.76)

7. A little further, in the same book, he writes:

"No Prophet has come in the world whose name has not been ascribed to me. Thus, as God mentions in Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, I am Adam, I am Noah, I am Abraham, I am Isaac, I am Jacob, I am Ishmael, I am Moses, I am David, I am Jesus son of Mary, I a Muhammad, that is as burooz. As God has attributed all these names to me and said regarding me ‘Jaree Allah fee Hill AlAnbiya’, that is prophet of God in the outfit of prophets. Thus, it was necessary that the magnificence of each Prophet is present in me and one attribute of each Prophet is revealed through me." (Tatumma Haqeeqatul Wahi P.84-85, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.521)

8. To further the glory of his Mujaddidiyat and Mahdiwiyat, he wrote:

"I am sometimes Adam, sometimes Moses, and sometimes Jacob. Moreover I am Abraham, my generations are countless."
(Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, Part 5, Durre-Sameen P.100 Roohani Vol.21 P.133)

Dear Readers! From the above quotations it is clear as day how audaciously Mirza Sahib had applied the names of all Prophets to himself and claimed that the glory of every prophet was present in him. Then, as if in opposition to other Prophets, he claimed that the virtues individually endowed to various Prophets had been collectively given to him.

9. Mirza Sahib announced brazenly:

"I am Adam and moreover Ahmad-e-Mukhtaar
I am in the attire of all pious people
The goblets (of gnosis) given to other Prophets
All of them have been given to me collectively."
(Durre-Sameen, Persian, P.163 )

O Lahori Ahmadis! For God sake, answer with some sense of justice, is it not the meaning of this poetry that Mirza Sahib is labeling himself to be the collection of the virtues of all the Prophets and did not consider himself to be less in status than any other Prophet.

10. The same thing has been repeated in the following poetry:

"Although a lot of Prophets have come in this world
In gnosis, I am not less than any of those Prophets."
(Durre Sameen, Persian, P.163)

11. Astonishingly, Mirza Sahib not just claimed that his "Prophethood" was the concoction of the virtues of all Prophets, but took a step further and claimed that he was the sack which contained all the Prophets! Thus, he wrote:

"All Prophets became alive with my advent
Every Prophet is hidden in my garment."
(Durre Sameen, Persian, P.163)

Ma'az Allah min haazal hafwaat. May Allah protect us from such notions.

12. At another place, he boasted about his pomp in following words:

"In this era, God wanted that the virtues of all those Truthful Honorable Prophets, who have passed, should appear in the person of one man, so that is me." (Braheen-e-Ahmadityya part 5 P.90 Roohani Khazain Vol.21 P.117-118)

O Lahori Mirzais! Tell me, when Mirza Sahib has labeled himself a mixture of the virtues of all the Truthful Honorable Prophets, then what is there left to claim total superiority over all Prophets? Before you reply, remember who is in before you.

13. Mirza Sahib said:

"The Garden of Adam which was incomplete now
With my advent it has become complete with all flowers and fruits."
(Durre Sameen, Urdu P.112)

Dear Readers! Just notice how brazenly Mirza Sahib claims that the Garden of culture, piety, civilization and human society, which was started by Hazrat Adam AS, had thus far been incomplete, and now, through his advent, that garden is full with blossomed flowers and fruits! In other words, with his coming the working of the world is now complete and as long as he had not come it was incomplete; if he was not to be born, this universe would not have come into being; sun and moon would not have been there nor other planets; neither earth would have been formed nor human race would have existed; neither other Prophets would have come nor Holy Quran would have been revealed.

14. In short, every particle in this universe is created because of Mirza Sahib, as he claimed in his "revelation":

"Law laa ka, lamaa khalaqtul aflaak - (O Mirza!) Had it not been for you, I would not have created heavens." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.112)

15. In another place, in his "revelation", he wrote:

"Kullo lak wa le amrik - everything is for you and for your command." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.127)

16. Then, he further claimed:

"God made me Adam and bestowed on me all those things which He gave to Adam, father of humans and made me the burooz (prototype) of Khatam-un-Nabiyeen and Syed-ul-Mursaleen." (Khutba-e-Ilhamiyah P.167, Roohani Khazain vol.16 P.254)

17. He explained further:

"and since the coming again of Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW, according to the verse 'wa aakhareena minhum' (62.3), was not possible except as a prototype, therefore the spirituality of Holy Prophet SAW chose such a person for himself, who resembled him in conduct and habits and courage and compassion for creations and allegorically bestowed his names of Ahmad and Muhammad on him, so that it is understood that his (Mirza's) advent was exactly the advent of Holy Prophet SAW. (Tohfa-e-Golrawiya P.101 Roohani Khazain Vol.17 P.263)

18. He claimed:

"God descended on me the Bounties of this Prophet (Muhammad SAW) and completed and perfected it. And diverted His Being and His Grace towards me till my being became His Being. Thus, whosoever will now enter my Jamaat (i.e. Jamaat Ahmadiyya), will enter into the party of Companions of my Lord, the Head of All Messengers SAW. This is the meaning of the verse 'wa aakhareena minhum' (62.3)." (Khutba-e-Ilhamiah P.171, Roohani Khazain Vol.16 P.258)

19. He claimed to have received another inspiration: 'Muhammad Mufleh' and provided the following explanation:

"Hazrat Maseeh Mowood said that tonight has given me one more name which has never been heard before. I dozed a little and received this inspiration." (AlBushra, Vol.2 P.99)

These quotations clearly prove that Mirza Sahib claimed that his revealed name was 'Muhammad Mufleh' and that he was like Holy Prophet SAW in conduct and habits and courage and compassion for creations, thus the advent of Mirza was exactly the advent of Hazrat Muhammad SAW and whosoever entered his Jamaat Mirzaiyah, became the Sahabi (companion) of the Holy Prophet SAW!

O Lahori Mirzais! Do you believe in these things or not?

20. Mirza Sahib wrote:

"I am the same Mahdi about whom Ibne Sireen was asked whether he is at the level of Abu Bakr and he replied, ‘leave aside Abu Bakr, he is better than some Prophets’." (Miyar-ul-Akhyar P.11)

21. Mirza Sahib received another "inspiration":

"Do not look at Mirza's status with contempt
Prophets used to take pride and revel on his era."
(Inspirational poetry, AlBushra Vol.2 P.109)

22. After the birth of his son and successor, Mirza Mahmud, the following "inspiration" descended on Mirza Sahib about this newborn, in Qadian:

"O Pride of the Prophets! Your closeness have been revealed to us
You have come late and have traveled a long distance."
(Tiryaq-ul-Quloob P.42, Roohani Khazain Vol.15 P.219)

O Members of the Lahori Jamaat! Quickly answer in two words: Whether the Gaddi Nasheen of Qadian, Mirza Mahmud Ahmad was 'Fakhr-e-Rusul - Pride of Prophets' or not? Who were those Prophets who used to take pride in Mirza Sahib's era? According to your faith Mirza Sahib is superior to which Prophets?

23. Mirza Sahib wrote:

"Stop mentioning (Jesus) son of Mary
Ghulam Ahmad is better than him."
(Dafe-al-bala P.20, Roohani Khazain Vol.18 P.240)

24. At another place, he wrote:

"O Christian Missionaries! Do not say 'Rabbonal Maseeh - our Lord is Maseeh'. See today there is one among you who is greater than that Maseeh." (Dafa AlBala P.13, Roohani Khazain Vol.18 P.233)

25. In Izala Auham, he expressed his belief with the following poetry:

"I am the one who came according to the glad tiding
Where is Eisa's (station) that he places his feet on my pulpit."

(Izala-e-Auham P.158, Roohani Khazain Vol.3 P.180)

26. He further explained this belief:

"God has sent the Promised Messiah from this Ummah, who is much greater in his entire glory than the previous one."  (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.148, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.152)

27. In the same book he further writes:

"I swear upon the Being in whose hands my life is, if Maseeh Ibne Maryam had been in my age, the task that I can perform he would never have been able to do and the signs that are being exhibit by me, he would have never displayed them." (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.45, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.47)

28. In another place, he wrote:

"Masseh Muhammadi is superior to Maseeh Musavi (Jesus)." (Kishtee Nooh P.16)

29. Again in the same book, he claimed:

"Maseel Musa is greater than Moses, Maseel Ibne Maryam (Mirza) is greater than Ibne Maryam (son of Mary)." (Kishtee Nooh P.13)

30. Mirza Sahib rattled on in rage:

"Then since God and His Prophet(SAW) and all the Prophets had declared the last days Messiah as superior because of his deeds, then it is satanic thought to question why I should declare myself superior to Maseeh Ibne Maryam." (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.155, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.159)

The above 8 quotations clearly prove that Mirza Sahib is declaring himself to be superior and better than Hazrat Eisa ibne Maryam AS and is claiming that he is superior to Eisa in all respects and that this is not partial superiority, rather a total one. Clearly, a non-Prophet cannot have total superiority over a Prophet.

O Lahori Ahmadis! Leave aside unnecessary explanations.  Honestly, what do you say to this? Mirza Sahib is distinctly declaring himself to be totally superior to Hazrat Eisa AS and, at the same time, is ordering you to 'Stop mentioning Eisa Ibne Maryam'. That is, he is asking you to leave the mentioning of Eisa Ibne Maryam. The problem for you is that Hazrat Eisa is mentioned in Holy Quran repeatedly. Tell me honestly whether you have thrown this statement of your 'Hazrat Mirza Sahib' into the dustbin or do you not recite/listen to those verses of Holy Quran where Hazrat Eisa Ibne Maryam is mentioned? Think carefully before answering. And yes, while you are at it, tell us what were those signs that had been exhibited by your Mujaddid and Guru, which Hazrat Eisa AS could not exhibit. Try to describe them in detail, but please do not start mentioning the prophecies of your Krishan Ji Maharaj, because Maulan Sanaullah Amratsari has exposed the fallacy of such prophecies in his book, 'Ilhaamaat-e-Mirza'.

31. Mirza writes with great pride:

"O Shia nation! Don't insist that (Syedna Imam) Hussein is your savior, because I tell you truthfully that there is today someone among you, who is greater than Hussein." (Dafe alBala P.13, Roohani Khazain Vol. 18 P. 233)

32. He expressed his self-proclaimed "glory":

"I am touring Karbala every moment
100 Husseins are always in my pocket."
(Durre Sameen Persian P.136)

33. Mirza Sahib wrotes in his book, Aijaz-e-Ahmadi:

"There is great difference between me and your Hussein
Because I am getting every moment help from God
But, Hussein? Just recall the plains of Karbala
Till now you are crying, so just ponder!"
(Aijaz-e-Ahmadi, Roohani Khazain Vol.19 P.181)

34. He claimed further:

"I am the victim of Love but your Hussein was murdered by the enemies. The difference is quite clear and obvious." (Aijaz-e-Ahmadi P.81, Roohani Khazain Vol.19 P.193)

Dear seekers of the truth! Just look at the irrational and boastful explanations of Mirza, in what ugly words and arrogant manners he has claimed superiority over Hazrat Imam Hussein RA! Even the non Muslim writers have praised the character, great sacrifice and martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussein. The display of determination, patience, perseverance and bravery by Hazrat Imam Hussein, in the Karbala battle of truth and falsehood, is unparalleled. Before such a magnificent martyrdom to present Mirza Qadiani is as if one were to present a bat in front of Sun! Cheh nisbat khaak raa ba 'aalam-e-pak!

How can one compare the sacrifice, patience and dedication to the faith with the cowardly act of Mirza Qadiani, that with the slightest intimidation of the city magistrate, he pledged in writing not to publish any more threatening "prophecies" about death or punishment of his opponents, without their permission. Despite being so coward and petrified, Mirza claims boastfully that 100 Husseins are in his pocket! If it is not the height of arrogance and falsity than what it is?

O Mirzais! What your Mirza Sahib said 'I am the victim of Love'. Tell me whose love was it that killed him? While answering, do remember not to take the name of Mohammadi Begum!

35. Mirza Sahib writes:

"I am just like Quran and soon it will be exhibited on my hands, what has been exhibited by Quran." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.119)

36. Mirza Ghulam claimed:

"These conversations that I have with God, by God I consider it free from mistake. It is my faith that, like Quran, my Wahi (revelation) is free from all mistakes. The same faith that Hazrat Eisa had on the word which descended on him, the same faith that Hazrat Musa had on Torah, the same faith which The Leader of Prophets Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa SAW had on Holy Quran, the same faith I have on my Wahi and in this belief I am not less than any Prophet. He who lies is the accursed one." (Durre Sameen P.163, Roohani Khazain Vol.18 P.477-478)

36. At another place, he expressed this falsehood in following words:

"The conversation with God which I have, if I doubt it for a moment, I will become a disbeliever and my hereafter will be destroyed. That word which has descended on me is definite and absolutely true and just as no one can doubt by looking at the sun and its light that it is the sun and its light, similarly I cannot doubt this word which descends upon me from God, and I have faith in it just as I believe in the Book of God." (Tajalliyat-e-Ilahiyah P.25-26)

O faithful disciples of Mirza Sahib! When Mirza Sahib says he is like Quran, then why do you recite Urdu, English and German translations of Quran? You have forgotten the real teachings of Mirza Sahib. When Mirza Sahib claims that he is just like the Holy Quran and had his photograph taken, wherever you need Holy Quran or its explanation in any language, just send his photograph immediately!!

37. Mirza Sahib wrote:

"When one man kissed my feet, I said that I am Hajr-e-Aswad (the Black Stone of Ka'aba)." (AlBushra Vol.1 P.48)

Yes Sir! It seems that by becoming Hajr-e-Aswad, he is opening the door for his followers so that they may kiss his feet every now and then. But O Lahori Mirzais! Your Qadiani friends are still enjoying the pleasure of kissing his grave whereas you are devoid of this honor!

38. Mirza Sahib claimed:

"Zameen-e-Qadian ab Mohtram hay
hujoom-e-Khalq say ardh-e-Haram hay"

Translation:

"The land of Qadian is now a holy Land
With flocking of people it has become the Land of Haram (Makkah)" (Durre Sameen, Urdu P.52)

O Ahmadis! Here your hazrat has really crossed all limits! Is this that the invented sciences of Mirza Saheb, which you are proud of? Open your eyes, he says that the land of Qadian is respectable and, because of crowding of people, it has become 'Land of Haram'! Now you do not have to go to Ka'aba to perform Hajj. Land of Qadian is land of Haram and Mirza Sahib is Hajr-e-Aswad (the inspiration of 'Inna a'atainaaka alKauther' (AlBushra Vol.2 P.109) is there from earlier), so consider the filthy stinking sewage lines of Qadian to be Zam Zam (a spring in Mekkah). Near the grave of your Promised Messiah is the stable of the donkey of Dajjal. By this donkey of Dajjal, you can come to the Qadian quickly from any place in Hindustan. Yes! Do not forget. Qadian is the same place about which your Mujaddid/Zilli/Buroozi prophet had the inspiration:

"Yazeedi type of people are born in Qadian."
(Izala-e-Auham footnote P.72, Roohani Khazain Vol.3 P.138)

Yes Sir! We are not concerned whether Qadian is Land of Haram or the place of living for Yazeedis. It is your business. However, if you have the courage, give us a reply to one question: Since your Hazrat sahib had said that the crowding of Qadian had made it land of Haram, if by the crowding and swarming the place makes it 'land of Haram' when are you going to make Ka'aba in New York, London, and Berlin?

40. One of the "Ilham" (inspirations) of Mirza rained on him in following words:

"Wa maa arsalnaaka illa Rehmat al lil Alameen"

Translation:

"O Mirza! We have sent you to make you Mercy for all the worlds." (Anjam-e-Atham P.78, Roohani Khazain Vol.11 P.78)

41. In another alleged inspiration, he recevied the following:

"'Daiyan ila Allahe' and 'Sirajum Muneer' two names and two titles were especially given to Holy Prophet SAAW in Holy Quran and then the same two titles were given to me in inspiration." (Arba'een No.2 P.5, Roohani Khazain Vol.17 P.350)

41. Yet, another inspiration informed him:

"In this place the word 'Soor' is indicative of Promised Messiah." (Chashma-e-Maarifat P.76, Roohani Khazain Vol.23 P.85)

42. In another alleged inspiration, he became a Hindu god:

"I am Krishna for Hindus." (Lecture Sialkot P.33)

43. Yet, he claimed:

"Hay Krishan Ji Roodur Gopal." (AlBushra Vol.1 P.56)

44. He claimed elsewhere:

"It is no good to fight the Brahmin Autar (i.e. Mirza Sahib)." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.116)

45. He is crowned a king in a revelation:

"King of Aryans." (AlBushra Vol.1 P.56)

46. He further claims:

"Amin ul Mulk Jai Singh Bahadur." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.118)

47. He claims superiority per his alleged inspiration:

"My step is on that minaret where all heights have ended." (Khutba-e-Ilhamiyah P.35)

48. He alleges in another revelation:

"Many thrones descended from heavens but your throne was laid down at the highest point." (AlBushra Vol.1 P.56)

49. He states via another inspiration:

"God has given me that thing which he had not given to anyone in the world." (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.107, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.110)

Dear readers! In these "inspirations", strange claims and names have been ascribed to Mirza Sahib. We are puzzled how can one person be assigned so many different posts? Is there any Mirzai who can solve these riddles of his leader? Mirza Sahib had written at several places, and Mirzais are still beating the same band, that in Hadith two different appearances are mentioned of Maseeh Nasiri and Promised Messiah. Therefore, Nasiri Maseeh cannot be according to the two descriptions. But they never think that how can Muhammad, Ahmad, Eisa, Musa, Ibrahim, Krishan, Brahmin Autar, Jai Singh Bahadur etc. etc. gather in the person of Mirza Sahib!

50. Mirza Sahib claimed in his "inspiration":

"YaHmadokAllah min Arshehee, YaHmadokAllah wa Yamshee ilaik - God is praising you from his throne, God is praising you and is coming towards you." (Anjam-e-Atham P.55, Roohani Khazain Vol.11 P.55)

Mirza Sahib did not mention whether God reached him or not!!

51. Mirza Sahib claimed that God addressed him in following words:

"Antaa Ismee al'Aalaa - (O Mirza), you are my biggest name." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.116)

Oh my! Krishan Qadiani Ji, here you have been quite dazzling! Before publishing this inspiration, you did not even think for a moment what Christians and Arya Samaji would say that, before the birth of Mirza sahib, Muslims did not know the big name of Allah and Quran & Hadith were devoid of the description of this BIG name! This new and unique "revelation" of Mirza proves for Ahmadis that the BIG name of God is 'GHULAM AHMAD'!

52. Another "inspiration" of Mirza states:

"Anta Madinatul ilm - You are City of Knowledge" (AlBushra Vol.2 P.61)

Our master and lord Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW said: "Ana Madinat-ul-'Ilm wa Ali Baaboha" - I am the City of Knowledge and Ali is its gate. But this Qadiani Krishan says that he is the city of knowledge! O Mirzais! Truly say, you consider Hadith to be true or your Krishan's inspiration?

53. Mirza Sahib wrote:

"Inni hami ur Rehman - I am the fence of God." (ALBushra Vol.2 P.89)

Dear readers! Mirza Sahib claims that he is the fence of God, same fence which farmers put around their field, the purpose being to protect their land. It seems that the "inspirer" of Mirza sahib is so weak that he needs Mirza sahib to protect him. This "inspirer" must be as weak and coward as Mirza Sahib, otherwise our God Rehman and Raheem is Omnipotent.

54. Mirza Sahib claimed to receive the "inspiration":

"I will suddenly come to you with possessions; I will make mistakes and will do good deeds." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.79)

O Ahmadi Friends! The 'God' who is sending inspiration to your leader is saying that he will commit mistakes. Does Allah AlMighty, Wahid and Quddous, ever commits a mistake? This inspiration shows that Mirza Sahib, who had been trapped his whole life in errors and the net of 'Ijtehaadi Ghalti' (Interpretational mistakes) was not really blameworthy, rather it was the fault of the one who had been sending inspirations to him; it was he who could not get out of this maze of mistakes and forgetfulness. That is why he kept Mirza Sahib trapped in this intricate affair all his life.

55. Mirza sahib received this "inspiration":

"I will pray and I will fast; I awake and I sleep. (AlBushra Vol.2 P.79)

Quran-e-Kareem says about Allah: La Takhozohu senatun wa laa naum - He never gets dozed nor does He sleeps. But, Mirza Sahib's god says that he stays awake and he sleeps. Now, it is obligatory on Mirzais that they should announce, before the world, which concept they believe is true. My old-time friends! I will not ask you to state one or the other, you have to decide what is correct and what is wrong. And it is really very simple!

56. Mirza Sahib wrote in his most-valued book, Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi:

"Once I saw God allegorically and I wrote many Prophecies with my own hands, meaning was that these incidents should happen in such and such manner. Then, I presented that paper to God for signature and, without any hesitation, God signed it with an ink pen and at the time of signing, He jerked the pen, which is done when one wants to clear the excessive ink on the nib and then signed; and I was in a state of crying with this thought that how much blessing and bounties of God are on me that whatever I wanted He signed without hesitation and I woke up at that instant. And at that time Mian Abdullah Sanwari was squeezing my legs in the room of the mosque when the drops of ink fell on my shirt and his cap. And the strange thing is that the timing of falling of the ink drops and jerking the pen was the same, not a difference of a single second. An illiterate person would not understand this and will doubt it, because he will consider it only a dream, but those who are knowledgeable in spiritual matters can not doubt in this matter. Similarly, God can bring from non into existence. In short, I related the whole incident to Mian Abdullah Sanwari and the tears were flowing from my eyes. Abdullah, who was a witness of this dream, took great effect from it and he kept my shirt as a blessing with him, which is still present with him." (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.255, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.267)

O Mirzais! Quran-e-Majeed says 'Laisaa kaMisleHee shaiyun - there is nothing which resembles Allah'. Allah's person is above any similitude. But against this Quranic injunction, Mirza Sahib is writing that he saw allegorically God. Keeping fear of God in mind, tell us how can one see a similitude of someone, who is above similitude? And can an Infinite be confined to finite similitude? While answering, do not start giving far flung explanations, if you can, quote some verse from Quran which can prove that similitude of Allah is possible.

Another question about this kashf of Mirza sahib is that since he presented these alleged papers to God for signature and He signed them with an ink pen, when the color of the ink was real and physical (as it came on the shirt and cap), then those papers must also be a physical reality. Thus, Mirzais should tell us where are those papers and in which language did God sign those papers? In addition we have the right to ask the contents of those prophecies? And after getting sanction from God, were they fulfilled or not? Moreover we would like to know whether the excessive ink on the nib came with intention of God or was it without His permission that the nib picked up more ink?

57. Mirza Sahib wrote:

"I saw in my dream that I am in the Court of God waiting for my case, then I hear: O Mirza! Be patient, We will soon be free. Then once I saw that I went into the court, God is sitting in the chair in the form of a Ruler and on one side there is a clerk who is presenting him with some documents. Ruler picked up the document and said: Is Mirza present? Then I saw closely that beside him there is a vacant chair and He asked me to sit on it and He has the documents in his hands. Then I woke up." (AlBadr Vol.2 No.6 1903; Mukashifaat P.28-29)

Several things are obvious from the above dream.

a. Allah has a body, who works in the court with a table and chair;

b. God needs a clerk like ordinary magistrates;

c. God is so busy in the maze of court cases that he hardly has time to talk to anyone;

d. In Quran Allah says: 'Sa nafrogho ayohas Saqalaan - Soon we will be free to turn towards you O Jinns and Humans' (Surah Rehman). Molvi Mohammad Ali sahib of Lahori Ahmadiyya Jamaat writes in the explanation of this verse in Bayan-ul-Quran:  "Here the meaning of turning towards you is turning towards someone to punish him and ordinary meaning will mean the same thing: that is to give severe punishment because to be free for something is usually spoken mostly on occasions of reprimands." Thus to be free for Mirza mean that God has given severe reprimand to Mirza that "O Mirza we are soon going to give you severe punishment".

O Lahori Mirzais! Tell us quickly for God's sake, did your Krishan Ji Maharaj get severe punishment by Allah in this world or will he receive it on the Day of Qiyamah?

58. Mirza Sahib's "inspiration" include:

"Anta minnee ba manzila tawheedee wa tafreedee - You are from Me like My Oneness and My Person." (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.86, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.89)

O Ahmadi Friends! When Allah is Unique, His Oneness and Person is also unique. Isn't it? After accepting your leader as God's Oneness and as His Person, can you say that there is partner with God? Can't you understand that when Mirza Sahib becomes like God's Oneness and Person, where does Tawheed (Oneness) remain?

59. Mirza elaborated in other "inspirations":

"Antaa minnee ba manzilat waladee - You are from me like my son" (Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi P.86, Roohani Khazain Vol.22 P.89)

"Anta minnee ba manzila awlaadee - you are from me like my sons." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.65)

"Maseeh and this humble self (Mirza) has such a station that allegorically we can be called son." (Tawdheeh-e-Maram P.27; Roohani Khazain Vol.3 P.64)

O Mirzais! Your hazrat had said that he is like Quran and whatever has been revealed will come out of him. Yet, his "inspirations" are manifestly against the Quran. The Holy Quran has emphatically stated that Allah has not made anyone His son, as it says in Surah Maryam:

"And they say: The Beneficent hath taken unto Himself a son.
Assuredly ye utter a disastrous thing,
Whereby almost the heavens are torn, and the earth is split asunder and the mountains fall in ruins,
That ye ascribe unto the Beneficent a son,
When it is not meet for (the Majesty of) the Beneficent that He should choose a son.
See how forcefully and in what manner Quran is refuting the claim that Allah, the Rehman, has made anyone his son, neither is it fitting of Allah to have one." (Quran, Maryam, 88-92)

O disciples of Mirza! Answer me. Between these two "inspirations" of your leader, which one do you consider to be true and which one to be false? If you consider this inspiration (I am exactly like Quran and the same thing will come out of me that had been revealed by Quran) to be true then what would you say to the "inspiration" that Mirza is like a son to God? Quran is refuting the belief of begetting for Allah and Mirza's "inspiration" is making him the son of God!

60. Mirza Sahib claimed to have been informed by Allah:

"Sirroka Sirree - your secret is my secret." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.129)

"Zahooroka zahooree - your coming is my coming." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.126)

It is very clear from these two quotations that 'God' told Mirza that O Mirza! You and I are the same, there is no difference between us. In Christianity Father, Son and Holy Ghost, the three of them, make one God. But Mirza did not leave any place for the third one. One God is up there and the other one descended on the earth in the form of Mirza, as mentioned in the inspiration of Mirza: 'God will descend in Qadian' (AlBushra vol.1 P.56) but still there are not two gods, but only one God because the coming of Mirza is the coming of God.

61. This same doctrine of Mirza sahib was further explained in these lines:

"I saw in my dream that I am exactly God and I believed that I am God, neither my intention remained nor any danger ...... in this capacity (when I was God) I said: We want a new system, new heavens, new earth. Thus, I initially created heaven and earth in a condensed form in which there was neither any differentiation nor any arrangement. Then, I separated them and arranged them ... and at that moment I found myself capable of doing that. Then, I created the first sky and said: 'Inna zaiyanna assamaa addunya be masaabeeha' (We have adorned the lowest heaven with Lamps 67.5). Then, I said: We will create human with a potion of clay. Thus, I made Adam and I created Adam on the best shape and in this manner I became KHALIQ - Creator." (Aina-e-Kamalaat-e-Islam P.564-565; Roohani Khazain Vol.5 Pp.564-565)

Ahmadi Friends! Tell me and tell me truthfully: Did Mirza Sahib leave anything to becoming God? Mirza sahib says: I believed that I am exactly God. This is what Pharaoh said: Ana Rabbokum alAla. Tell us what is the difference between these two statements?

Dear viewers! Mirza Sahib did not just say that he is God and created heaven and earth, he went a step further saying:

"I had been given the quality of annihilating and giving life." (Khutba-e-Ilhamiyah P.23; Roohani Khazain Vol.16 P.23)

At another place, Mirza Sahib mentions his inspiration:

"(O Mirza!) Verily! It is your order. When you want something, you say: Be, and it happens." (AlBushra Vol.2 P.94)

This proves that Mirza sahib has the power of 'Kun fa Yakoon', the quality of giving life and death is also present in Mirza: Mirza sahib created new skies and earth, created Adam as well. Now these Ahmadi friends should tell me what else is left in proclaiming Mirza to be God?

Dear Viewers! Very briefly in my own words, I have presented the Anti Islamic beliefs and claims of Mirza Sahib. Don't be surprised at these complex concocted sayings and inspirations. Truth is that God had given him a free hand, to do whatever he wants to do, as Mirza explained in one of his inspirations:

"O Mirza! Do as you please. I have forgiven you." (AlBadr Qadian Vol.3 No.16,17 P.8)

Thus when his 'God' had lifted all restrictions of Shariat from him, whatever Mirza would have done, it was permitted for him and he did not have any reason to take the trouble of testing them on the yardstick of Quran and Hadith.

Ahmadi Friends! The sayings of Mirza Sahib are clearly contrary to Quran and Hadith and compelled me to denounce these false beliefs and embrace the true path of Ahle Sunnah wal Jamaat.

I had no intentions of writing the reasons for my denunciation of Mirzaiyat. But my respected friends, Hafiz Molvi Muhammad Lateef, Imam Oonchee Masjid Bhati Gate Lahore, and Shiakh Muhammad Rafique compelled me to put my research about Mirza Saheb on paper, so that common Muslims can benefit from it. Muslim brothers are requested to remember not only me but also my two other friends in their prayers.

Maulana Lal Hussein Akhter
Ahtesab-e-Qadianiyat


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