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al-Ahmadiyya and their bizarre world again

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Quite Aware of Ahmadis

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 5, 2013 at 07:44

Let us read what Malise Ruthven about why al-Ahmadiyya is rejected by Muslims and I quote

"where a mystic or holy man is claimed to have been the recipient of direct revelation as in the case of Mizra Ghulam Ahmad founder of the proslytizing Ahmadiyya sect controversy and accusations of hersay will dog his followers"

And this is indeed why Muslims regard al-Ahmadeyeen as non Muslims and heretics and not because they reject the doctrine of holy war and do us a favor there is no such thing as "violent jihad" there is jihad or holy war and that is it

And here to help you if you can read Arabic the meaning of the word Jihad from Lisan al-Arab


Your claim that Muslims regard them as kuffar because they reject the doctrine of holy war or jihad is most amazing. But again they are liars and they are out to speard Islam through lies and fabrications and what is better than saying that they reject terrorism but you never hear them saying that they reject al-jihad fi sabeel Allah or that they are talking about ijtihad and not jihad and this is either because most of them are pathological liars of they are ignorant of the Arabic language

Now do you get it?


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