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Our dear Adil is saying that Mirza Ghulam was a liar! and I call this التقية

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 1, 2015 at 09:28

Our dear Adil aka Adil Patel aka Ayat wrote

It all makes sense, anyone who believes in a Messenger or Prophet after Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)

Oh is this the صلعم thing? Which really means Allah prays upon him

What a disaster Allah prays to his PUBH!

is a kafir.

A kafir is he who prays to a mere human being! At least this is what Muslims tell us

But there is just one problem with your theory;

I'm wating for this one!

I do not believe in any Messenger or Prophet after Muhammad.

Oh is this التقية for today? Oh التقية ? You can ask your Mullah to tell you what it means if he knows Arabic which i doubt very much

P.S. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is a liar because he claimed that he was a prophet.

Hint: التقية now you tell me why the lies?

I denounce him and I have no love for him.

One word التقية but I'm curious did he really die from diarrhea in a bathroom?


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