Most of the writings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad are sick and twisted. In this specific case, he claims that 66:12 of the Quran was revealed about himself. This was how and why MGA claimed to have gotten pregnant by Allah in the 1884 era. MGA said many disrespectful things about Maryam (ra), see them here. This specific quotation (66:12) was published in BA-5, which was published after MGA died (oct-1908) and thus heavily edited by Noorudin. MGA was claiming that the same way that Allah breathed his spirit (ruh) into Esa (as), MGA had the same thing happen to him. This is how MGA explains how he became Esa (as)(nauzobillah). It should be noted that in the official 5-volume commentary on the quran (1988 edition) by the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s doesn’t connect MGA to this verse, nor did Muhammad Ali in 1917 via his famous commentary. MGA made the same argument via 21:92.
MGA also gives the same argument in Nuzul ul Masih (1909), see Tadhkirah.
MGA also disrespected Nuh (as), Yusuf (as), Esa (as) and Muhammad (Saw) countless times. He also disrespected Abu Hurraira, Imam Hussain and his mother Fatima (ra), and many others.
Ahmadi’s have written that the arabic word “feehee” means him, whereas the consensus of muslims scholars differ.
In 1917, in Muhammad Ali’s commentary of the Quran, he didn’t connect MGA to 66:12 or 29:12. However, in 1988, Malik Ghulam Farid connected MGA to 21:92 directly (see the 2018 edition).
66:12 of the Quran
“””And [the example of] Mary, the daughter of ‘Imran, who guarded her chastity, so We blew into [her garment] through Our angel, and she believed in the words of her Lord and His scriptures and was of the devoutly obedient.””
Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, volume-5, online english edition see pages 135-137
“”But the question is: Why do the Hadith refer to the one who will become ‘Isa from this Ummah as being Ibn Maryam [the Son of Mary], whereas he is not the son of Maryam? Know, therefore, that this confusion that afflicts the minds of the ignorant has been cleared in Surah Tahrim of the Holy Quran in which certain individuals of this Ummah have been likened to Maryam, and the spirit of ‘Isa is said to have been breathed into them. This clearly shows that some individual from this Ummah would first attain the status of Maryam and then the spirit would be breathed into this ‘Maryam’, who will then be elevated and called ‘Ibn Maryam’.
Someone may question, ‘If this is true, then there should have been some reference to this in your revelations too.’ Let me say in reply that this point was not only hinted at, but also fully expounded upon in the previous parts of Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya twenty-five years ago, wherein—by way of a subtle simile—I have been described as Ibn Maryam. You may take the book in your hands and find that, in the beginning, God named me ‘Maryam’ and said:
یا مریم اسكن انت وزوجك الجنۃ
Meaning: ‘Enter Paradise O Maryam, you and your companion.’
Then, many pages later, which were written quite some time later, God Almighty said:
یا مریم نفختُ فیك من لدنی روح الصدق
Meaning: ‘O Maryam, I have breathed into you the spirit of truth.’ This breathing was a spiritual conception—so to speak—for the words used here are the same as the Holy Quran uses with regard to Maryam the Truthful when the spirit was breathed into her, which meant that she became pregnant and the pregnancy resulted in the birth of ‘Isa. In the same way, He said to me that the spirit had been breathed into me, and so this was a spiritual conception. Then later in the same book, I was addressed as ‘Isa, for after the breathing of the divine spirit, the state of Maryam was ready to be transformed into ‘Isa, and this state is metaphorically described as conception. And, finally, from this Maryam-like state, emerged ‘Isa. It was to signify this that I was named ‘Isa towards the end of the book, while at the beginning I had been called ‘Maryam’.
Now reflect with decency, fairness, and piety on this verse of Surah Tahrim in which certain persons of this Ummah have been likened to Maryam, and which then speaks of the breathing of the spirit into Maryam—signifying the conception that would result in the birth of ‘Isa. And then read all these portions from the previous parts of Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya and have fear of God and look how He first named me ‘Maryam’ and then spoke of the spirit being breathed into me, and at the end of the book declared me ‘Isa, born of this Maryam’s spiritual conception.”””
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