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We continue with the discussion of the traditional belief that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) could not read or write. In part I, the traditional belief was explained. In part II, objections to the traditional belief were discussed and in the last part we look at the alternative interpretations.

Was the Holy Prophet (s) unlettered? Part Three

We continue with the discussion of the traditional belief that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) could not read or write. In part I, the traditional belief was explained. In part II, objections to the traditional belief were discussed and in the last part we look at the alternative interpretations.

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The Death of The Prophet Jesus

What is the difference between Ahmadi and non-Ahmadi Muslims? The fundamental difference between Muslims belonging to the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam and others relates to the death of the prophet Jesus (as). Those outside the jamaat generally believe that God has taken Jesus to heaven with his living body and he still lives in the heavens. [...]

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The True Claim

It is universally agreed that until 1901 Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s claim was that of a mujaddid, despite use of the titles Promised Messiah and Mahdi. Some claim that in 1901 he changed his claim to that of a prophet. We use a quotation from one of his major works produced in 1908 to show that he always claimed to be a mujaddid and [...]

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Education in Islam

Many Muslims, and non Muslims alike, claim that Islamic guidance dictates that Muslims only need to gain knowledge of their religion and nothing else matters. In this Khutba we look at that claim and examine not only what the Holy Prophet (s) told us to do, but what Muslims in the ‘golden age’ of Islam were doing. If you are unable [...]

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Eid Milad-un-Nabi

‘Holy Prophet Muhammad Day’, marked only by Ahmadis in Lahore, in April 1908 I am repeating, with some revisions, an item I posted here in April 2008, on the centenary of the function that it refers to. It is reported in Badr, 30th April 1908 (p. 6) that an Eid Milad-un-Nabi function was held at Ahmadiyya Buildings, Lahore. (This [...]

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Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a Sufi

Javed Ghamidi is a well-known Pakistani Muslim theologian, Quranic scholar and exegete, and educationist. In the above video (in Urdu) he explains that Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a Sufi and did not claim to be a Prophet, as he is accused of. He also briefly expressed that it is the Lahori Ahmadis’ who are following the true message [...]

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Love of the Holy Prophet (pbuh)

Evidence of the deep love and devotion to our Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (r) is accused of not caring for the honour for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). In this short video we translate and read out some short extracts from his writings to show his love for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). Not able to watch the video? [...]

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So, what did the Muslims do for the Jews?

Within a century of the death of Mohammad, in 632, Muslim armies had conquered almost the whole of the world where Jews lived, from Spain eastward across North Africa and the Middle East as far as the eastern frontier of Iran and beyond, almost all the Jews in the world were now ruled by Islam. This new situation transformed Jewish existence. [...]

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