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What do revered Muslims say about al-Ahmadiyya? It is not very pretty

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in response to reader comment: According to your prophet. . .

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 10, 2014 at 11:33

For the readers: Mirza Ghulam was no more than what his Arab masters would call a Ghalabawi or غلباوي or he who argues for the sake of arguing and that life is about debating and who wins and who loses but logic or common sense? That was beyond him

And in India religion is a big deal and just watch the videos of Zakir Naik and you will get the point

And here are three videos by very revered Muslims and their own opinions about this big time fraud Mirza Ghulam in the first video you will watch al-Sheikh al-Albani explaining why Mirza Ghulam was a big time غلباوي and no more and that al-Ahmadiyya is not real Islam


And in this second video Mirza Ghulam is called a Dajjal Kafir


And here is an Egyptian Sheikh and he explains very well why he believes that Mirza Ghulam was a big time ghalabawi and fraud


Mirza Ghulam was a dangerous man because followers of al-Ahmadiyya that believe in his nonsense are being killed in places like Indonesia and Pakistan by other Muslims and they are victims of his teachings

Now clueless Qasim Rashid in the HuffPost (which seems to attract followers of al-Ahmadiyya) tells that Mirza Ghulam believed that Lord Krishna was a prophet of Allah! Masha'allah


What a disaster.

However, Allah is silent in his little book about India and the Hindus and you will never find a single word about a Lord Krishna neither in the Qur'an nor in the vast early Islamic literary sources

In the islamic tradition Muslims are told to be buried where they died and Mirza Ghulam died in a bathroom from diarrhea and I will leave it to your imagination

One final point logic would dictates that if Islam is proven to be false then al-Ahmadiyya is also false or a lie built on another lie becomes a blatant lie


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