Qadiani Dajjali Religion

The followers of Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad of Qadian are Qadiani whether they belong to the Qadiani jamaat of Rabwah or  the Lahori jamaat of Qadianis. But they call themselves “Ahmadi” pleading  that Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad (a.k.a Dajjaal) befits the verse “Ismahu Ahmad” in the Holy Qur’an  whereas according to the muslims  this Qur’anic verse relates to the holy prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). 

Taking undue advantage of the word, Ahmad  in his name  Mirza Ghulam Ahmad twisted the meaning of the above verse in his favour and claimed prophethood on this basis, though his name  actually means, “slave of  Ahmad”. According to the Holy Qur’an both Ahmad and Muhammad are the holy name  of our Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)  Therefore, the application of the said Qur’anic verse to Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad of Qadian is a  deliberate alteration of  the Holy  Qur’an.  On this basis calling Qadianis as Ahmadis is “haraam”  (forbidden) and unlawful. 


This article draws special attention of  the reader to the fact that the Qadianis deem  Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad as a Prophet incarnate through reincarnation, i.e  rebirth of the holy Prophet of Islam  in Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s person. Thus they have rebelled against Islam  and seceded from  it. They have infact given  the pretender a place  higher than that of the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). 

The contents of this text are based on authenic  Qadiani literature  with references  to the relevant book and page. We take full responsibility and do hereby declare that the sources are authentic and correct. 

To Qadianis Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) is  Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Himself

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claims  that he himself is (na’audhubillah) Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam):

Muhammad is the apostle of Allah. and those who are with him are strong against Unbelievers,  (but) compassionate amongst each other. (HQ 48.29) Mirza said, “In this divine revelation (the above verse) I  have been named Muhammad  as well as the Messenger of  Allah”. (Ek Ghalti Ka Izala, p.3;Roohani Khazain vol.18, p.207). 

The So-Called Two Prophetic Appointments Of Muhammad (Sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)

The reasons  why the Qadianis deem Mirza to  be Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) is that according to the Qadiani belief, `Khatam  un Nabieen’  (the  final Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) had been ordained to be born in Makkah as Muhammad. For the second  time, according to the Qadianis, he was reincarnated  in Qadian  as Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad ! In other words, the spirit of Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) along with his prophetic accomplishments allegedly appeared a second time in the incarnation of Mirza. And we quote:

“And know that just as our holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) was born in the 5th century, in the same way he was reborn in the end of 19th century  in the incarnation of  the Promised Masih” (Mirza). (khutbah-e-Ilhamiah,p.180; Roohani Khazain, vol.16,p270)

“The holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) had two births as a Prophet. In other words, we may say that it was promised that the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)  would be born in the world once and once more reincarnated and this was fulfilled by  the incarnation of the promised Masih and the promised Mahdi” (Mirza). (Tuhfa-e-Golravia, p94; footnote, Roohani Khazian, vol.17,p.249)

Mirza of Qadian Claimed To Be  The Same As Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)

According to Qadiani Dajjali belief Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)  with all his excellence was reincarnated in Mirza of Qadian. As such the entity of Mirza of Qadian is (na’audhubillah)the same as the entity of Muhammad  (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). Mirza has said:

  “And Allah bestowed upon me  the bounty of the holy Prophet and  made it perfect, and he drew towards me  the kindness and generosity of  that merciful Prophet, so much so that my entity became his entity.  Thus he who joins my  Jamaat really  becomes one of  the Sahaba of my chief who was better then all  the Prophets. It is not  hidden from  those with the ability to think that this is what the words “others of them” mean. The person who makes a difference between me  and Mustafa has neither seen me  nor recoginised me”. (Khutbah-e-Ilhamiah, p.171;  Roohani Khazain, vol.16, pp.258-259).

Mirza of Qadian Claimed That He Posessed All The Virtues And Excellence Of Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)

Once the belief had been  fabricated that the being of Mirza is exactly the being of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) and that it is Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) himself who was reincarnated in Qadian as Mirza, then it must also be  alleged that all the accomplishments and distinctions of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) were transferred
to Mirza. Mirza (Dajjal) has said:

“When I am  the holy Prophet incarnate and  when all the accomplishments of Muhammad including the prophethood are reflected in my  mirror of my  shadiness, then who is the man who has claimed prophethood in a seperate being ?” (Ek  Ghalti Ka Izala, p.8; Roohani Khazain, vol.18,p.212)

“The entity of the promised Masih (Mirza), in  the sight of Allah is the entity of  the holy Prophet (Sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). In other words, in the records of Allah there is no duality or difference between the promised Masih and the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). Rather  they both share the same  eminence, the same rank, the same  status and the same  name. Although verbally they are two, yet in reality they are one  and the same”. (Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol.3, No.37, dated 16th September 1915, as cited in Qadiani Mazhab page 207, 9th edition, Lahore)

Mirza Of Qadian Claimed That He Was The Final Prophet

According to the Qadiani belief, the “Qadiani based” birth of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) as a prophet took  place in the incarnate AWTAR (na’audhubillah),  Mirza of Qadian. And as he became incarnate of Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) then Mirza becomes the  “final prophet” too ! Mirza (Dajjal) says:

I have told so  many times that according to  the verse: “And others of them..” I am incarnate the last of the Prophets. Twenty  years ago Allah named me in Baraheen-e-Ahamadia, Muhammad and AHmad and declared that I am  the holy Prophets incarnation. (Ek Ghalti Ka Izala, p.8; Roohani Khazain vol.18; p212)

“Blessed is he who has recognised me. Of all the paths to God I am  the last path, and of all his Lights, I am  the last Light. Unfortunate  is he who forsakes me, because without me all is darkness”. (Kashti-e-Nooh, p.56; Roohani Khazain, vol.19, p.61). 

Mirza of Qadian Claimed He Was The Best Of The Prophets Of Allah

“Many thrones have descended from  heaven but  thy throne has been placed the highest”. (Tazkirah 2nd Ed, p.643) 

“The various accomplishments which were bestowed upon all other Prophets were concentrated  in a greater degree in the  holy Prophet. All those accomplishments have been conferred on me  through the holy Prophets reincarnation in me. That is why I bear the names of Adam, Abraham,  Moses, Noah, Solomon, Jesus, etc. Allthe previous Prophets were the incarnations  of special attributes of the holy Prophet but I am  the the reincarnation of all the attributes of the holy Prophet”.  (Malfoozat-e-Mirza, Vol.3, P.270) 

Mirza of Qadian Claimed That He  Was Superior To Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)

The Qadianis believe that Mirzas reincarnation  was superior to the Prophets first birth in Makkah. Mirza dajjal says: 

One who denies that the orainment of the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) is related to the 6th thousand as it was related to the 5th thousand, denies the truth and the mandate of the Quran. the truth is that the spirituality of the (reincarnated) holy Prophet at  the end of the 6th thousand (ie these days), is much more  stronger, more complete and severe than  in those early years. rathe it is like  the 14th (moonlit) night”.  (Khutbah-e-Ilahmiah, p181; Roohani Khazain, vol.16, pp.271-272) 

The Simile Of “The New Moon” Used For The Holy Prophet (SAW) And That Of “The Full Moon” Used For Mirza Dajjal

The superiority of the Qadiani  incarnation has been expressed in yet another style: viz. During the Mekkan age, the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam),  Islam  was like the Crescent in which there is no light but in his so-called Qadiani Dajjali reincarnation, Islam  became  lighted and illuminated like the full moon. Mirza (Dajjal) said:

“And Islam  started like the crescent which was destined ultimately to become  in the later ages the full moon by the command of God.  Thus Allahs wisdom  willed that Islam should asume the form  of the full moon in that century which sholud resemble the full moon by way of counting”. (Khutbah-e-Ilahmiah, p181; Roohani Khazain, vol.16, p.275)

“To declare those who denied the holy Prophet in his first birth as unbelievers and outside the fold of Islam,  but to regard the deniers of  his second birth as muslim  is an insult to the Prophet and a joke against the signs of  Allah, although the promised Masih has in Khutbah-e-Ilahmiah, compared the mutual relation between the first and the second births of the holy Prophet to the relationship between the crescent and  the full moon”. (Akhbar Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol.3, No.10, dated 15th July  1915 as cited in Qadiani Mazhab p262) 

Greater Manifest Victory In order to express the superiority of  Mirza it was claimed  that the manifest victory achieved by Mirza was greater then the manifest victory of the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). Thus Mirza said

“It is apparent that the time  of the manifest victory of  the era of the holy Prophet has expired, and the second victory which was to be  much greater and clearer then the first one had yet to be achieved. It was ordained that its time should fall during the times of the promised Masih”. (Khutbah-e-Ilahmiah, pp193-194(Khutbah-e-Ilahmiah; Roohani Khazain, vol.16, p.288) 


It was also claimed that the era of the  Makkan birth of the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) was only the first step  in his progress of  spiritual attainments, whereas his Qadiani reincarnation represents the highest pinnacle of his spiritual development. Thus it is said:

“The spirituality of our holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) was conceived 5th thousand (i.e Makki birth) with its precise attributes  and that period was not the the climax of  his spirituality’s development. It was rather the first step  to the highest pinnacle of its perfection. Thereafter this spirituality manifested itself in its full glamour  during the 6th thousand [his rebirth in Qadian] at the present time”. (Khutba-e-llhamiah, p177; Roohani Khazain, Vol.16, p.266) 


It is also claimed that the mental development of Mirza of Qadian was superior to that of the holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). Thus it is said:

“The mental development of the promised Masih (i.e. the Mirza of Qadian) was higher than that of the holy Prophet. And this  is only a part of the superiority which the promised Masih has over the holy Prophet.  The mental faculties of the holy Prophet could not manifest fully owing to the deficiency of civilization; although the ability existed. They have now manifested themselves fully through the promised Masih by virtue of the advancement of civilization.” (Review, May 1929, as cited in Qadiani Mazhab, p.266, ninth edition. Lahore) 


When it is admitted, according to the  Qadiani belief, that the Qadiani Mirza is (God forbid) superior to Prophet Muhammad of Arabia (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam)  in dignity then it must also be necessary to believe that those who recite the Kalimah of the Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) are not Muslims. In other words. the Kalima e Tayyibah, (La Illaha Ill-lah, Muhammadur Rasoolullah), without belief in the Qadiani Mirza becomes false. Thus it is said:

“The point is now quite clear.  If it is ‘Kufr’  to deny the gracious Prophet it must also be ‘Kufr’  to deny the promised Masih, because the promised Masih is in no way a separate being from  the gracious Prophet; rather he  is the same  (Muhammad incarnate). If anyone is not deemed  a Kafir for denying the promised Masih, then anyone  else who denies the gracious Prophet also cannot be considered  a Kafir. How is it possible that denying him in his first birth as Prophet should be  regarded as Kufr, but denying him  in his (reincarnated) second birth as prophet should not be regarded as Kufr, when, as claimed by the promised Masih, his (Mirza’s as Muhammad incarnate) spiritual attainment is stronger, complete and severe.” (Kalimatul Fasl, pages 146-147, as cited in the Review of Religions, dated March-April 1915).
“Any person who believes in Moses but does not  believe in Christ, or believes in Christ but does not believe in Muhammad, or believes in Muhammad but does not believe in the promised Masih, is not only a Kafir, but a ‘pakka’ (confirmed) Kafir, and (he is) out of the fold of Islam.” (Kalimatul Fasl, page 110, by Mirza Bashir Ahmad, M.A.)  “The Ahmadi movement bears the same  relationship to Islam as Christianity bears to Judaism.” (Muhammad Ali Lahori Qadiani cited from  Mubahasah Rawalpindi, page 240).

  “All such Muslims as did not swear allegiance to  the promised Masih (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian), even though  they did not hear the name  of the promised Masih, are Kafir and debarred from  the fold of Islam.” (Aiena-e-Sadaqat, page 35, by Mirza Mahmud Ahmad Qadiani). 

“It is incumbent upon us that we should not  regard non-Ahmadis as Muslims, nor should we offer prayers behind them, because according  to our belief they deny one of the prophets of Allah. This is a matter of faith  None has any discretion  in this.” (Anwar-eKhilafat, page 90, by Mahmud Ahmad Qadiani).


It also became  necessary in the Qadiani strategy  to include the Qadiani Mirza in the meaning of the Qadiani Kalimah: Thus it is said:

As a result of  the birth of the promised Masih (the  Qadiani Mirza) a difference has cropped up (in the meaning of the Kalimah). Before the birth of the promised Masih (the Qadiani Mirza) in the world as a prophet,  the words Muhammad ur Rasul Allah) included in their meaning only such prophets as had preceded him;  but after the incarnation of the promised Masih (the Qadiani Mirza) in the world as a prophet, one more prophet has been added to the meaning of Muhammad ur Rasul Allah. Therefore on account of the incarnation of the promised Masih the Kalimah, God forbid, does not become  abolished; it rather  shines more brightly. In short, the same  Kalimah is (effective) even now for embracing Islam,  with the only difference that  the incarnation of  the promised Masih (Mirza Qadiani) has added one more prophet to the meaning of Muhammad ur Rasul Allah”. (Kalimatul Fasl, page 158,  by Mirza Bashir Ahmad Qadiani). 

In short, the Qadiani Dajjali Religion has retained  the same words of the Kalimah but the Qadiani belief has changed the meaning of  the Kalimah. In the  Kalimah of  the Muslims Muhammad ur Rasul Allah means Muhammad of Arabia (SAW) but in the Qadiani Kalimah Muhammad ur Rasul Allah means  Mirza Qadiani as  Muhammad incarnate, reborn in the world as a prophet for  the second time. Thus it is said:

“Moreover, even if we accept by supposing the impossible that the  sacred  name  of the gracious Prophet has been included in the sacred Kalimah because he is the last  of the Prophets, even then there is no harm  and we do not need a new Kalimah because the promised Masih is not a separate entity from  the gracious Prophet as he (Mirza) himself says: “My being is exactly the being of  Muhammad ur Rasul Allah”. Also, “One who discriminates between me and Mustafa has neither recognized me  nor  seen me”. And the reason for this is Allah Almighty’s promise that He  would reincarnate “Khatam  un Nabieen” in this world once more as a prophet  as is evident from  the verse “And others of them… Thus  the promised Masih (Mirza of Qadian) is himself Muhammad ur Rasulullah, who has been incarnated  in the world  again to  spread Islam.  We do not, therefore, need any new Kalimah. Albeit, a new Kalimah would have been necessary, if some  other person had been reincarnated  instead of Muhammad ur Rasul Allah. So contemplate!” (Kalimatul Fasl, page 158). 


A little thought on the above-cited passages  makes it quite clear that not only do the Qadianis consider Mirza Ghulam  Ahmad to  be a Prophet and Messenger (of Allah) but they also consider Mirza of Qadian a complete incarnation of Prophet Muhammad and as such recite his (Mirza’s) Kalimah. They consider  as Kafirs all those who recite the Kalimah of Muhammad of Arabia (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam). This  proves that  for the Qadianis the Kalimah of the Holy Prophet Muhammad of Arabia (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) stands cancelled.  If we look more closely into the issue we shall find that according to  the Qadiani belief like that of the Bahai’s – the period of the Prophethood and Apostleship of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) has expired and it stands repealed for all practical purposes, because according to  the Qadiani belief the basis of salvation lies in obeying the Qadiani Mirza only. So Mirza said:

 “Say to them: if you love God then come  and  obey me  so that God also may love you”. (Mirza Qadiani’s “revelation  as cited in Haqiqatul  Wahi, Page 79/82, Lahore, 1952; Roohani Khazain. Vol. 22, p. 82. Also see pages 46, 62, 81, 182, 205, 277, 360, 363, 378, 395, 495, 630, 634, in Tazkirah, 2nd Edition). 

“In Baraheen-e-Ahmadia, God has called me  by the name  of Ibrahim,  as He said: “This means: Salutation on Ibrahim  (i.e. this humble  man [Mirza]). We truly made friends with him  and saved him  from every sorrow. And O  ye  who follow, let the place of Ibrahim’s footsteps be the place of your prayers. That  is, obey completely so  that you may attain salvation.” (Arbaeen, Vol. 3, pp. 30-31; Roohani Khazain, Vol. 17, p. 420). 

“As regards the assertion  (verse from  Qur’an regarding Ibraheem)  this is a verse of the holy Quran. Here it means: Perform  your prayers  and hold beliefs on the pattern of Ibrahim (i.e. Mirza Qadiani) who has been sent,  and mould yourself on his model in every matter”. (Arbaeen, Vol. 3, p. 31; Roohani Khazain, Vol. 17, p.42).

“Similar is the verse (same verse quoted above)  which contains a hint that at a time when the Ummat-e-Muhammadia will  become  divided into many sects, then during the last era an Ibrahim  (i.e. Mirza Qadiani) will be born and out of all the sects, the sect which follows this Ibrahim,  (i.e. Mirza!), will be  saved”. (Arbaeen, Vol. 3, page 32; Roohani Khazain, Vol. 17, p. 4213. 

“My teachings contain orders as well as  prohibitions and renovation of important injunctions of the Shari’at. For this reason  God has named my teachings and the ‘wahi’ (revelation) that comes to me  as a ‘boat.  Thus see, God has declared my  ‘wahi’, my teachings and allegiance with me  to be Noah’s  Ark and the basis of salvation for all human beings. Let he who has eyes may see and he who has ears may hear.” (Arbaeen, Vol. 4, footnote of page 6;  Roohani Khazain, Vol. 17, p. 435). 

Thus obedience to Mirza Qadiani’s prophethood, teachings, ‘wahi’  and his renovated Shari’at is allegedly the only basis for salvation for all mankind. This only means, that the Shari’at of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam), his  teachings and wahi are no longer the basis of salvation. In other words, Mirza’s incarnation has rendered all truth of Islam as useless, suspended and abolished for Qadiani Dajjali religion!


The above-cited quotations confirm  beyond a shadow of doubt that in the opinion of the Qadianis, lslam  without the Qadiani  Mirza is dead. So it is said: 

“Probably in the year 1906, at the proposal  of Khwaja Kamaluddin, Moulvi Muhammad Ali entered into an agreement with the Editor of Akhbar-e-Watan to  the effect that the Review of Religions would publish no articles about the (Qadiani) sect; it would only publish general articles on Islam  and the Editor of the Watan would propagate in his paper for the assistance of the Journal,  Review of Religions. The promised Masih disapproved this proposal and it  was strongly opposed by the  Jamaat also. Hazrat Sahib said: ‘Will you present dead Islam  before the world by excluding me?” (Zikr-e-Habib by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Qadiani page 146, First Edition, Qadian). 

“We believe that a religion which does not have the chain of prophethood (as in Islam– Compiler) is a dead religion. We  call the religions of the Jews, the Christians and the Hindus dead  only because now there are no prophets in them. If this were the position in Islam  too, we would be no more than mere story-tellers. Why do we regard it superior to other religions?  It must have some  distinction”. (Malfoozat-e-Mirza, Vol. 10, page 127). 

“During the lifetime of the promised Masih  (Mirza Qadiani Dajjal), at the proposal of Moulvi Muhammad Ali and Khwaja Kamaluddin, the  Editor of Akhbar-e-Watan started a fundcollecting scheme  in 1905 for  the purpose of sending copies of the Review of Religions to foreign countries, on the condition that it should not contain the name  of the promised Masih (Mirza Qadiani). But ‘hazrate aqdas’  (Mirza Qadiani) rejected  this proposal saying:
Will you present dead Islam  by excluding me?’  Thereupon, the Editor Watan announced the closure of this fund-collecting scheme”. (Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 16, No. 32, dated 19th  October, 1928, as cited  in Qadiani Mazhab, pages 461-462). 


According to the Qadiani belief, the Religion  of Islam,  without the prophet hood of Mirza Qadiani dajjal, is only a ‘collection of  tales’, it is  a ‘cursed, satanic and contemptible religion’. 

“That religion is no religion and that prophet is no  prophet by following whom  a man does not come  so close to God as to be  honoured with divine conversation (i.e. Prophethood  – Compiler). That religion is cursed and contemptible which  teaches that human progress depends only on a few narrated anecdotes (i.e. the Shari’at-eMuhammadia  which is narrated from the  holy Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) – Compiler) and that the ‘wahi’  has lagged behind instead of going ahead …….. Hence such a religion deserves to be called satanic rather than divine.” (i.e.accordinb to Shaitan Qadiani, Islam is, God forbid, Satanic – Translator). (Zamima-e-Baraheen-e-Ahmadia, Part V, pages 138-139; Roohani Khazain, Vol. 21, p. 306). 


“How absurd and false it is to believe that  after the holy Prophet  the door of the divine ‘wahi’ has been closed for ever and there is no hope of it in the future till the Day of Resurrection – only worship tales. Can a  religion having no direct trace of Almighty Allah be called a religion?  I say, by Almighty God, that in this age there is no one more disgusted than myself  with  such a religion. (There is no  doubt about this.- Compiler). I name  such a religion as satanic religion, not  divine (religion)”. (Zamima-e-Braheen-eAhmadia, Part V, page 183;  Roohani Khazain, Vol. 21, p. 354). 

The above-cited incontrovertible proofs  indicate beyond the slightest doubt that Qadianism  is an entirely different religion from  Islam.  The reality of the Qadiani religion is that if you  accept the Qadiani Mirza (Dajjal) as  Prophet then it is all  right, otherwise the Religion of Islam  is abused as being dead, cursed, satanic and contemptible, and the Prophethood and Apostleship of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) too is denied. May not Almighty Allah deprive anyone of Wisdom and Guidance


* The Word ‘Dajjal’, meaning a deceiver, is added by me.


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