Barailvis’ turn to teachings of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Fayuz Rehman is the Urdu translation of Ruh-ul-Biyaan, an Arabic commentary of the Holy Quran in about 20 volumes.
At the end of the first volume which contains a commentary on parts 1 and 2 of the Holy Quran the translator has added prophecies about the advent of the Holy Prophet Muhammad which are found in the Hindu, Buddhist and Zoroastrian scriptures, amongst others. He has done so to prove that people like Shri Krishan Maharaj, Shri Ramchandar Ji etc prophecied the advent of the Holy Prophet. But Sunni Muslims do not believe that these people were true Divine appointees.

That being the case there is no point in relating these prophecies to the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s prophethood. It was Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who said that these people were all probably true prophets of God although their names are not mentioned in the Holy Quran. It then makes sense to quote them. Once again, one hundred years after his advent, Sunnis have chosen to follow the Promised Messiah.


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