#ahmadis are the most academically dishonest group of people in the whole world. Ahmadianswers, an unofficial/official Ahmadiyya website recently posted a video arguing that even Maulana Wahiduddin Khan also believed that Esa (as) had died. However, they didn’t give the whole story, they purposely left out all of the data on Maulana Wahiduddin Khan and his comments on Ahmadiyya beliefs. They also refuse to acknowledge that a Muslim can believe in the death of Esa (as), yet deny the prophethood of MGA. In fact, Sir Syed, Allama Iqbal, Ak Shaikh, Akber Chaudhry, Abu Kalamazad, and many others believed in the death of Esa (as) at age 33 and he will never return, they also don’t believe in the concept of the Mahdi. However, they reject MGA and call him a liar, and Maulana Wahiduddin Khan believed the same way. We have shown one quote in the below, however, in another book by the Maulana, “The Seeker’s Guide”, he calls Ahmadiyya beliefs as deviant (see page 100) (Link is broken).
Maulana Wahiddudin Khan of India, a noted Islamic Scholar, wrote the following in an article on “Khatm-e-Nubuwwat” in the October 2011 issue of Al-Risala Magazine. The translation is mine. For the original Urdu please see the last paragraph on page 12 continuing onto page 13 at http://www.alrisala.org/alrisalapdfs/October-2011.pdf (link is broken).
“Similarly it is said that two individuals were born in the present age who claimed to be Prophets. Bahaullah Khan (died: 1892) and Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani (died: 1908); but this assertion is not correct according to historical records. Bahaullah merely stated that he is “Mazhar-e-Haq.” He never said that he is a Prophet of God. Similarly Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani never said from his own tongue that he is a Prophet of God. He merely stated that he is “Zill-e-Nabi”, meaning shadow of the Prophet. Such a statement may be called a type of madness, but it cannot be called a claim to Prophethood.”
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