This was the first book written by Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad and company that was vs. the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. This was in response to Khwaja Kamal-uddin’s speech in Lahore, which happened in Dec of 1914. However, the Khalifa erred in this book and said that books before 1902 were abrogated in terms of MGA’s beliefs on prophethood, Muhammad Ali pointed this out immediately. A few weeks later, he wrote “Haqiqat-un-Nubuwwat”, “Reality of Prophethood”, it should be noted that he wrote nothing, he had his team of mullahs write these books, just like MGA did.

Antoher book was published in January 1915: by the 2nd Khalifa, titled, Allah ki Madad Sirf Sadiqon ke sath hay (The help of Allah is only with the truthful) was published.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Some quotes
Al-Qaulul Fasl, page 12).(As quoted in “Truth about the Split”, online edition, pages 196-197,

“””If one were to define Haqiqi Nabi (real Prophet) as a Prophet who is not an impostor or pretender but a Prophet who has really been sent by God, who bears the title of Nabi in the sense of an accredited messenger of God, agreeably to the sense in which the word is used in the Holy Quran and possesses all the attributes requisite in a Nabi in their proper measure, then in view of such a definition, I would say that the Promised Messiahas was a Haqiqi Nabi, but, of course, I would not give him that name if it is understood to mean that he brought a new Law.”
Al- Qaulul Fasl. p. 18)(As quoted in “Truth about the Split”, online edition, pages 196 197,

“According to us what is meant by the Promised Messiahas being a Zilli or a Baruzi
Nabi, is simply this that his Nubuwwat (prophethood) was attained by virtue of his pupillage and obedience to the Holy Prophet Muhammadsa, whereas the previous Prophets attained this rank directly, and the words do not imply that the Nubuwwat (prophethood) of the Promised Messiahas was something of the nature of an honorary title which had no real substance behind it, or that his Nubuwwat did not entitle him to the status and privileges of Prophets.”
Al- Qaulul Fasl, page 27).(As quoted in “Truth about the Split”, online edition, page 198,

“””The Promised Messiahas has called himself Ahmad, and said that it was he who was the real object of the prophecy, because he said that in this passage (the verse Ismuhu Ahmad in

Chapter Al-Saff of the Holy Quran), there is a prophecy concerning Ahmad, alone, whereas the Holy Prophet was both Ahmad and Muhammad.” 
Al-Qaul-ul-Fasl, p. 24. This book is on their website in the collection Anwar-ul-‘ulum, v. 2, book no. 8. See page 285.

“In short, the reference quoted above proves that until the publication of Tiryaq-ul-Qulub, [the writing of] which began in August 1899 and ended on 25 October 1902, his belief was that he has partial excellence over Jesus and that his being called prophet means a kind of partial pro­phethood and deficient prophethood. But afterwards … he learnt from God that he excels the Messiah in all qualities and is not the recipient of any partial prophet­hood, but is a prophet. … Thus it is absolutely unallow­able to use any writing before 1902 as evidence because the Promised Messiah has given the decision that, as regards his belief about prophet­hood which he expressed in Tiryaq-ul-Qulub, later revela­tion made him change it.” 

Qaul-e-Faisal, page 29)(see also “Truth Prevails” (1965), online pdf version, see pages 69-70

“From these quotations you must have seen that the Promised Messiah has applied this prophecy to himself. Now remains the question why has he applied it to the Holy Prophet Mohammad as well? The answer is whatever prophecies are to be met with, in regard to the rise and progress of his Ummat, in the first place, they apply primarily to him. If he were not the Ahmad spoken of here, how could the Promised Messiah become that particular Ahmad. Just whatsoever had been received by the Promised Messiah, it has all come to him from the Holy Prophet Mohammad, and through him. If one quality is negated in the Holy Prophet, automatically it has to be similarly negated in the case of the Promised Messiah. If a substance is missing in the fountainhead it must be missing in a glass filled with water from that spring. Therefore, the Holy Prophet is Ahmad, in whom the prophecy was fulfilled in the first instance.”

Page 30 of Al-Qaul-ul-Fasl,a s quoted by Muhammad Ali in 1918, “The Split”

“If you consult their books, the best commentaries are devoid of this subject. They have written either that this was a prophecy of the attribute of Ahmadiyyat… or they have written that the fact is this that on the heavens his name was Ahmad.”

Al-Qaul-ul-Fasl, p. 33.

“I wrote: ‘Thus, whatever the Holy Quran says concerning such people as disbelieve in any prophet is applicable to the deniers of Mirza sahib, the Promised Messiah.’ 
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays

The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914

“Haqiqat Un Nubuwwat” (1915) by Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad, some quotes and data

“”Prophethood among the Followers of Muhammad”” by Maulana Sayyid Muhammad Ahsan of Amroha, Oct-1913, in Tashhizul Azhan

An Ahmadi claimed prophethood in late-1901 or early 1902, and was boycotted by Ahmadis–Chiragh Din of Jammu (Jamooni)

Maulvi Abdul Karim claims Prophethood per MGA, Maulvi Amrohi disagrees

27 December – 2 January

In 1891, when MGA made his big claims, he denied prophethood–Mufti Sadiq was heavily involved

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was accused of claiming prophethood in the 1879–1884 era

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was considered a Kafir in 1884, before his wildest claims

Some rare books from the 1901-1902 era, which refute MGA’s claim to prophethood

Maulvi Sanuallah acknowledges that MGA claimed prophethood in Nov 1901

Mirza Sultan Ahmad, Son Of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, On Finality Of Prophethood

“Eik Ghalti Ka Izala” aka “Correction of an Error” was re-published on March-1-1914

Hani Tahir explains Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Prophethood, pre-1901 vs post-1901

A few months after becoming Khalifa, Mirza Mahmud Ahmad waffled on his father’s prophethood

Do Ahmadis believe in the same Kalima as Muslims?

MGA explains how he misunderstood his prophethood in 1880 and was confused for 20+ years

Noorudin didn’t care if Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed even law-bearing prophethood


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