In 39:42 (39:43 in the Qadiani Quran), Allah tells the world that WAFFA can mean other than death. In this verse, even #ahmadi authors agree that WAFFA doesn’t mean death. Historically, Chapter 39 was revealed at Mecca, and one of the earliest uses of WAFFA by Allah has he explained the “taking” of something, in this case souls (See page 2267). Quranically, Allah is allowed to do anything, since allah has power to do all. Muhammad Hijaab explained the same concept in his video on the subject. Furthermore, MGA refused to discuss this verse from 1880 to 1906. Finally in 1906, in Haqiqatul Wahy, he discussed the verse and still he didn’t mention how WAFFA in this verse doesn’t mean death, instead it means a taking, thus, opening the door for WAFFA in 3:55 and 5:117 to mean NOT DEATH, but a taking. In fact, in 1884, MGA was translating WAFFA as a taking (not death), however, deep in MGA’s heart and brain, he knew that he was the second coming of Esa (as) and was thus pretending to hold the common islamic beliefs, i.e., that Esa (as) was alive in heaven. One last thing, 4:159 proves that Esa (as) hasn’t died yet.
“”Allah takes away the souls of human beings at the time of their death; and during their sleep of those also that are not yet dead. And then He retains those against which He has decreed death, and sends back the others till an appointed term. In that surely are Signs for a people who reflect.”” (See alislam.org).
MGA’s commentary on this verse?
MGA and his team of writers mentioned 39:42 in 1906–1908 in 2 books, Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat and Haqiqatul Wahy. However, they didn’t address the issue of WAFFAT e Esa (as). We believe that they did this purposely. It also seems to have been mentioned in 1900 via Malfuzat, Vol.-2, online english edition (see page 257), however, Malfuzat V-2 was published in 1960 from Rabwah and thus was most likely tampered with by the Ahmadiyya team of editors (the clerics). Nevertheless, in Malfuzat V-2, MGA does not address the glaring issue of WAFFA=taking, he avoids it altogether. He simply argues that once a decree of death is issued, death comes and no one can go backwards in this regard. However, Esa (As) hasn’t died yet (see 4:159), and thus Esa (as) can return. Further, Quran 39:42 (39:43 in the Ahmadi quran).
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