Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mirza Ghulam..

Was Mirza Ghulam the Promised 
Messiah as he claimed?

Nourished by the British, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad the impostor from Qadiyan (Northern India) made many ridiculous claims in his lifetime. Besides claiming to be a Prophet and revivalist he also claimed to be the Mahdi and the Promised Messiah though he was nothing but a liar. Thus it was thought necessary to include a short summary which will act as a comparison between Mirza Ghulam and the real Messiah so that no Muslim is misled into believing him. 

Mirza Ghulam and the True 

We learn from the Hadith of Nawwas bin Sam'an (R.A), which can be found in Muslim and from the Hadith of Abu Umamah Al-Bahilee (R.A) which can be found in Ibne Maja the following regarding the Promised Messiah: -
1)  The Promised Messiah's name is Jesus and his mother's name was Maryam AS. 
2)  The Mahdi and the Dajjal will already have appeared before his descension. 
3)  He will descend from the heavens to the white minaret in the east of Damascus wearing two garments slightly dyed with Saffron and his hands will be placed on the wings of two angels. 
4)  Every Kaafir who smells his breath will die and his breath will reach as far as he can see. 
5)  He will kill the Dajjal at the Eastern gate of Ludd. 
6)  The barbarous tribes of Yajuj and Ma'juj will appear in his time and the promised Messiah will take the believers to Mount Tur for their protection. 
7)  He will elevate Islam by breaking the cross, bringing an end to Christianity. 
8)  The Jews and Christians will believe in him before his death. 
9)  He will kill the pig that the Christians consider halal to eat and the non- muslims will not have to pay tax. 
10) Wars will cease in his time, as everybody will be in complete agreement with one another. 
11) There will be so much wealth that the receiving of Sadaqa will be discarded as everybody will have enough wealth of his own. 
12) In his time all harmful animals will be made harmless and the venom will be taken out of all venomous animals. A child will put his hand in a snake's mouth and it will not harm him, a little girl will be able to chase a lion away and it will not harm her. 
13) The earth will sprout with vegetation and will produce fruit in such abundance that a large group of people will gather to eat a bunch of grapes or a pomegranate and it will suffice them. 
14) From the hadith of Abu Harith in Muslim we learn that the Promised Messiah will perform Hajj and Umrah from a place called Rawha. 
15) From the Hadith of Abdullah bin Amr we learn that he will he buried next to the Holy Prophet SAW.

Mirza Ghulam fulfilled NONE of the above conditions. His name was Ghulam Ahmad and not Jesus; he was the son of Chiragh and not Maryam. The Mahdi and the Dajjal did not appear before him and thus there was no question about him killing the Dajjal. He did not descend from the heavens and nor did any Kaafir die from his breath. The tribes of Ya'juj and Ma'juj did not appear in his time nor did the Jews and Christians believe in him before his death. He did not elevate Islam but insulted it by claiming to be the Mahdi, the Messiah, and a Prophet. He did not kill the pig but enjoyed eating it. Wars did not cease in his time as the Muslims were fighting with the British in India. The receiving of Sadaqa was not discarded nor was the venom taken out of venomous animals in his time. He never performed Hajj or Umrah and he died in a toilet. I am sure by now you have easily come to the conclusion that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was not the Promised Messiah but an impostor and a liar, who's aim and purpose in life was to keep the British content.

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