Month: November 2017

What is Qadiyanism (or so-called Ahmadiya)? and difference between qadiyani and other disbelievers

Qadiyanism is a movement started in a town called Qadiyan in India by a man called Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1839 – 1908). Initially, he declared himself as a Muslim writer; then he announced himself as a revivalist (Mujaddid); in 1891, he claimed to be the Promised Mehdi and the Promised Messiah; in 1901, and he …

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Beliefs of Qadiyani or Ahmadi Cult

All praises to Allah Almighty and Peace be upon the holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH and his Companians (Sahabas)!! The holy Prophet PBUH once defined “Faith” as advice and included it amongst one of the obligations of our faith for the Muslim Ummah. Therefore, the universal body of “Tahaffuz-e-Khatme Nubuwwat” wish to invite the attention of the …

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ختم نبوت قرآن اور حدیث کی روشنی میں

بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم الحمد اللہ رب العالمین، والصلاۃ والسلام علی النبی الکریم و علی آلہ و اصحابہ اجمعین۔ آنحضرت ﷺ پر ہر قسم کی نبوت اور وحی کا اختتام اور آپ ﷺ کا آخری نبی و رسول ہونا اسلام کے اُن بنیادی اور بلا شک و شبے والے مسائل اور عقائد میں سے ہے …

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The Four False Prophets, Part I: Al-Aswad al-’Ansi

During the 12th year after the Hijrah, Al-Aswad al-’Ansi (الاسود العنسي) from ‘Ans, Yemen claimed to be a prophet. He started his movement slow and secretly, but later grew to engulf all of ‘Ans. At the time, Yemen was ruled by Persian Muslims, notably Shahr bin Badhaan, whose father Badhaan had accepted Islam after receiving …

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