Ahmadiyya (Qadianis) Cult – Perversion of Christianity and Islam

Ahmadiyya (Qadyani) are nurtured by Christians but they do not appear to understand that the Qadianis (Ahmadiyya) beliefs are more anti Christian. The Ahmadiyya (Qadianis) cult is mixture of perversion of Christianity, Islam and other religions. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (Qadyani) [India, 1835–1908], the founder of the Ahmadiyya cult was born in Qadian in Indian Punjab in 1835. Ghulam Ahmad emerged as a writer and debater for Islam. In 1889, he started to establish his cult. He is known to have engaged in numerous public debates and dialogues with Christian missionaries, Muslim scholars and Hindu revivalists. He falsely claimed to have been divinely appointed as the promised Messiah the second-coming of Jesus and Mahdi (mixture of Christian and Islamic beliefs).

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani wrote many books on various religious, theological and moral subjects. He was rejected by Muslims scholars as apostate and declared to be outside the folds of Islam, because his beliefs were contradictory to Quran and Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). He emphatically argued against the permissibility of military Jihad against British rulers. Hence his cult was patronized by the colonial masters. He engaged in debates, prayer duels and written arguments with Christian missionaries. Muslims refer to his followers as “Qadianis”, and their beliefs as “Qadianism” (after Qadian, the small town in the Gurdaspur district of India’s Punjab region where Mirza Ghulām Ahmad was born). The Ahmadi teaching that Jesus survived crucifixion, traveled east in order to preach to the Lost Tribes of Israel and died naturally, as promoted by Ghulam Ahmad, continues to be a source of friction with Christianity, in which vicarious atonement and the resurrection of Jesus are central tenets. After his death he was succeeded by his close companion Hakīm Noor-ud-Dīn who assumed the title of Khalīfatul Masīh (successor of the Messiah).

This heretic cult has been declared as non-Muslims in 1979 by the government of Pakistan after thorough deliberation in the parliament, where they were given full opportunity to present their case. Since there is no prophet after Muhammad (peace be upon him). Qadinais have been granted rights as non Muslim citizens, however they are not permitted to use Islamic symbols being non Muslims. A church or temple cannot be called a Masjid or vice versa.
Ahmadiyya (Qadianis) have established themselves in Britain and Canada, form where they continue their nefarious activities under the garb of human rights and freedom of speech, blaming Pakistan for their persecution. The deceive the world by calling themselves as Muslims or a sect of Islam. Most of Christians are not aware of anti Christian beliefs of Ahmadiyya (Qadianis).
This short paper intends to expose the Anti Christian beliefs of Ahmadiyya (Qadianis) mostly form Christian sources, for information and knowledge of Christians.

The historian Francis Robinson states:

At their most extreme religious strategies for dealing with the Christian presence might involve attacking Christian revelation at its heart, as did the Punjabi Muslim, Ghulam Ahmad (d. 1908), who founded the Ahmadiyya missionary sect.
Ahmadiyya teachings also identify the emergence of the Antichrist (Al-Masih ad-Dajjal) as foretold in Islamic eschatology with the missionary expansion and colonial dominance of European Christianity. Ghulam Ahmad, who wrote extensively on this topic, identified the Antichrist principally with colonial missionaries who, according to him, were to be countered through argumentation rather than by physical warfare.
While the term Dajjāl is taken as a reference to the forces of falsehood in matters of ideology and religious belief, prophecies concerning Gog and Magog (or Yaʾjūj Maʾjūj) are taken as relating to the duplicity in the realm of politics and the shattering of world peace by the same forces – whose ancestors are thought to be the Slavic and Teutonic peoples – and are seen as embodied by the political (as opposed to religious) dominance of European powers.
The conflict between Russia and the United States as two superpowers, or the militant rivalry between the communist and capitalist systems and their impact over the nations of the world, are thus seen as having occurred in accordance with prophecies concerning Gog and Magog. These views, too, have proven controversial with some Christians.

Ghulām Ahmad claimed to be the Kalki Avatar, the last avatar of Vishnu, whom Hindus were waiting for.

The Ahmadiyya (Qadyani) movement more Anti-Christian

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908), the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement thought to reform Islam. His solution was to put more anti-Christian elements in Islam and he wanted to remove the respect in Islam for Jesus the Messiah Many difference between the Ahmadiyya (Qadyani) movement and mainstream Islam is based on the position and identity of Jesus Christ.
The founder of the Ahmadiyya movement, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, wanted to replace Christian similarities in Islam by his own ideas:
1. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is the promised Messiah?
The Bible says that only Jesus Christ fulfills all prophecies by the prophets in the Old Testament. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad cannot fulfills all prophecies. Therefore Jesus Christ is the Messiah and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is a false Messiah.

2. Jesus is not faultless

According to the Qur’an, Jesus is faultless (Qur’an 19:19) and this is a confirmation of what is in the Bible. Jesus is without sin and followed the Will of God without mistakes.
3. Jesus was crucified, but survived, went to India and died at the age of 120 years old?
The Ahmadiyya movement could never show any evidence for this story. According to the Bible and secular academics, Jesus was crucified and died near Jerusalem.
4. Jesus did not go to heaven and will not return?
The Qur’an confirms the Bible that Jesus went to heaven and will return (Qur’an 4:158, 3:45; 43:61). Jesus Christ has been taken from you into heaven and will come back (Acts 1:9-11, Revelation 1:18, 22:7 ).
5. The Gospel of Barnabas is the true Gospel.
Both secular academics and Christian leadership have concluded that this document is false and against Christianity.
6. Excluding Jesus as one of the prophets.
The Qur’an confirms this prophetic role of Jesus in the Bible (Qur’an 19:30). All prophecies of Jesus Christ were fulfilled. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad made prophecies, but there is a long list of his false prophecies.
Notes: [1] Kenneth Cragg, The Call of the Minaret, One world Publications, 2003, 223.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a False Prophet

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908), the founder of the Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) movement, had prophecies. Many prophecies were not fulfilled, including:
1. Prophecy that the Christian Abdullah Athim would die.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had during 12 days a debate with Abdullah Athim, Christian. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad prophesied that Abdullah Athim would die within 15 months. Abdullah Athim was 65 years old and in poor health, so this prophecy had a high probability to be fulfilled. In reality Abdullah Athim did not die, but lived a long time and his health improved [1].
2. Prophecy that the Muslim Abdul Hakim would die.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had also a discussion with Abdul Hakim, a Muslim doctor who called Mirza Ghulam Ahmad a liar. Mirza did not want to discuss further and prophecised a terrible death for Abdul Hakim. However this prophecy failed.
3. Prophecy that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad would die at the age of 80 years.
Mirza said that he had received a revelation about the length of his life: “God has, however, given me the good news that I shall live for eighty (80) years or more” [2]. In reality he became not more than 73 years old.
The requirements of a true prophet are described in Deuteronomy 18:22 and by his false prophecies Mirzra is a false prophet. He also was full of hate to his opponents. Note the big difference with Jesus Christ, who was even healing his enemies. All prophecies of Jesus Christ were fulfilled.

Also see: http://www.inter-islam.org/Biographies/Hazisa96.html#96/1
[1] M. H. Durrani, Fallacy of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, International Islamic Publishers, 1982, 36.
[2] Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 19, P. 239; Mawahib-ur-Rahman, 21

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Not the Savior of Mankind

Members of the Ahmadiyya movement say that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is the Savior of mankind, the Mahdi (guided one), the Messiah and a new prophet of Allah. However, there are no verses in the Bible or Qur’an that support this claim. From the acts and lifestyle of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad we can conclude the following:

1. False prophecies :

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad made false prophecies that the Christian Abdullah Athim would die, the Muslim doctor Abdul Hakim would die and that he became at least 80 years old. Therefore Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is a false prophet. See below in section related questions for more details.

2. Immoral lifestyle with sin against mankind.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad committed sin by acts of hate against Christians, Muslims and others. He proclaimed revenge to people of other faiths. When he lost a debate he wished his opponent a terrible life and a short life. He was intolerant against all mankind, except to the believers in his own false teachings. All prophets in the Holy Scripture are against unreasonableness, dictatorship, misery, hardship and brutality, but Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was not against it. Even to his own fellowship he showed a corrupt lifestyle [1].

3. Blasphemy against Jesus Christ

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad made dirty and disgusting remarks full of hate against the righteous Jesus Christ [2], the faultless (1 Peter 2:22, 2 Corinthians 5:21, 1 John 3:5. See also Qur’an 19:19) and the greatest miracle worker. Jesus Christ is recognized by mankind as a historical person with an exceptional nature and a unique relation to the Most High. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad accused Jesus Christ without evidence and the result was a strong disapproval from Christians, Muslims and others.

4. Atrocious and egocentric behavior

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be a superior reincarnation of Jesus Christ [3], Krishna, Jai Singh Bahadur and Muhammad as an all in one historical person. The statements are in no any way in relation to his lifestyle, therefore Mirza Ghulam Ahmad shows mental sickness.
For members of the Ahmadiyya movement it is important to check out the offensive and evil practices of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad to mankind. The ideas of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad are results of mental sickness and he produced nothing more than a man-made cult. In the discussion with the Christian Abdullah Atham, the arguments of Mirza Ghulam were so weak that everyone concluded that he had lost the debate [4][5].
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad cannot meet the requirements for the Savior of mankind. Therefore Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is a false Savior of mankind.


Let it be know to the Christians, that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, is a false Messiah, false prophet. He and followers of his cult are neither Muslims nor Christians, they are heretics with nefarious designs and agenda.
[1] Sawar Shah Qadiani, Kashf-ul-Ikhtilaf, 13-15.
[2] Zamima Anjam-e-Atham, Roohani Khazain , Vol. 9,.387; Vol.10, 296; Vol. 11, 289, 291; Vol 19, 71, 434.
[3] Majmoo’a-e-Ishtiharaat, Volume 3, 435.
[4] Roohany Khazaen, Volume 9, 25.
[5] Roohany Khazaen, Volume 9, 28.

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