Disputes between Ahmadis and Qadianis


There are a number of points of disputes between Ahmadis and Qadians. Qadianis claim that Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Ali changed his beliefs after the death of Maulana Nur ud Din.

Let us see what Maulana Nur ud Din who led the Movement after the death of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said about whether The Promised Messiah was a prophet or a mujaddid, whether his deniers are kafirs etc.

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2 thoughts on “Disputes between Ahmadis and Qadianis

  1. It is interesting that you have not commented on what Hazrat Maulana Nur ud Din wrote!Please answer what Maulana said.

    If Hazrat Mirza sahib claimed to be a nabi why did Hazrat Maulana Nur ud Din drafted an inscription for the Promised Messiah’s tombstone which said he was a mujaddid.

    The quote from Arbain does not prove the Hazrat Mirza sahib was a prophet.

    In revelation to the Holy Prophet which is in the Holy Quran Firoon is called rabb. Do you believe Firoon to be God?

  2. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmed (as)claims to be Nabi:
    “Where a person accepts me with all sincerity, he renders obedience to me, giving me the position of arbitor in all points of dispute, and asks me for a ruling in every contention. But wherever a man did not accept me from the bottom of his heart, you will find him full of pride, full of vanity, and self-willed. In all such cases you should realise that he has no connection with me, since he fails to honour things which come to me from Allah. There is no honour for him, therefore, in heaven.” (Arba’in, No. 3, Footnote 34)

    “Repeatedly, in wahyi to me, Allah has called me an Ummati , as well as a Nabi . Hearing these two names applied to me, gives me a most exquisite joy of the mind; and most humbly I render thanks to the Lord for the honour conferred on me in this composite title, which seems to imply the lash of a whip for the Christians, that they raise the son of Mary to Godhead, while our Holy Prophet Mohammad is a Prophet of such extraordinary eminence that a man of his Ummat could rise to become a Nabi , and be called Isa even though he is an Ummati .” (Zamima Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya , Part V, page 184)

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