We have covered how in the Qadiani-branch of Ahmadiyya, women’s rights are trampled on, we have also showed how Ahmadi’s lie about this all the time Reasononfaith, in his recent video wherein he exposed this particular Ahmadiyya position, he quoted MGA from Malfuzat.  Which was collected after MGA died.  In this quote, MGA clearly said: “it is this very freedom (the freedom of women) which is root cause of all evil and dis-obedience”.  Anyone who can understand Urdu knows that this is an accurate translation.  However, we have found the Ahmadiyya editing team guilty of purposely mis-translating MGA’s writings, since they see the controversy.

The official Ahmadiyya translation of Malfuzat, vol. 7, pp. 134-136
“”””Many people urge the adoption of permissiveness like that prevalent in Europe, but this would be most unwise. Such unbridled freedom of sexes is the root of all immorality. Look at the moral situation in countries that have adopted this freedom. If freedom of sexes has helped increase their chastity and virtue, we will readily confess that we were mistaken. But it is crystal clear that when men and women are young, and have the licence to mix freely, their relationship will be most dangerous. It is but human to exchange glances and be overwhelmed by lustful desires. As there is intemperance and vice, despite the observance of the veil, it may be imagined what the situation will be like in case of unrestricted freedom. Look at men, how unbridled their behaviour is! They have neither fear of God nor faith in the hereafter. They only worship mundane pleasures. It is necessary therefore, that before granting such freedom as is being advocated, the moral condition of men should be improved and rectified. After men have developed enough self-temperance to restrain control their passions, you may consider whether the veil is necessary or not. To insist upon unrestricted freedom in the present circumstances would be like putting sheep at the mercy of lions.

What ails our people that they do not reflect upon the consequences of things? Let them at least take counsel with their consciences whether the condition of men is so much improved that women may go about among them unveiled. The Holy Qur’an, which lays down appropriate
directions consistent with the natural desires and weaknesses of men, adopts an excellent position in this regard:

Al-Nur, 24:31

‘Tell the believing men to restrain their looks and to guard their private parts. This is the act through which they will attain purification….’

The Islamic injunction that men and women should both restrain themselves in certain ways, aims at safeguarding them against slipping and stumbling; for, in the early stages human beings are inclined towards vice, and, at the slightest provocation, fall upon it as a starving person falls on delicious food. It is every one’s duty to safeguard himself.
[Malfuzat, vol. 7, pp. 134-136] (see Also Essence of Islam, Vol. 3, pages 329-330)

Do you see the difference?  
Ahmadiyya editors wrote “””Such unbridled freedom of sexes is the root of all immorality”””.  However, this is blatantly incorrect, MGA said,  “it is this very freedom (the freedom of women) which is root cause of all evil and dis-obedience”

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