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Rashad khaifa claimed that he was the prophet of God? any proof?

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Submitted by mazhar (India), Jan 20, 2010 at 07:28

Rashad khaifa claimed that he was the prophet of God? any proof?

you have mentioned in the above article

Finally, Khalifa declared himself a prophet ( nabi), just about the most serious offense in Islam, which holds Muhammad to be the "seal of the prophets." On 27 February 1989, the 11th Majlis al-Fuqaha' (Council of Religious Scholars) met in Mecca and branded Khalifa an infidel ( kafir). A year later he was dead, murdered by unknown assailants, presumably orthodox Muslims angered by his teachings.

any proof ????

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Daniel Pipes replies:

The proof is in Khalifa's writings. They are available, so find them and read them.

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