It seems that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never quoted Mulla Ali Qari, nor did Noorudin. In 1913, an Ahmadiyya newspaper quoted Mullah Ali Qari in terms of the end of prophethood. However, after Noorudin died in 1914, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s began their war with the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. In 1915, the 2nd Khalifa published 2 books, “Qaul al Fasl” (Jan-1915) and “Haqiqat un Nubuwwat” (Mar-1915), in these books, the 2nd Khalifa and his team of writers quoted Mulla Ali Qari and his comments on the end of prophethood. Maulvi Muhammad Ali (President of the Lahori-Ahmadi’s) immediately responded with his book, “Prophethood in Islam” (Dec-1915). Maulvi Muhammad Ali exposed the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s as academically dishonest and desperate. It seems that Maulvi Muhammad Ali didn’t address the quotes that the Qadiani’s were giving via Mulla Ali Qari, thus, in 1922, he had “Akhri Nabi” (The Last Prophet) published. In this book, he specifically addressed the Qadiani quotations via Mulla Ali Qari (starting on page 40).

In 1922, Maulvi Muhammad Ali tells us that the Qadiani’s quoted “Mozuat-E-Kabeer” aka “Encyclopedia of Hadith forgeries”. Ahmadi’s have quoted books of hadith forgery before, see the case of Aisha (ra) and her comments on the end of prophethood. However, Maulvi Muhammad Ali doesn’t mention that the book Qadiani’s are mentioning is a book of fake hadith. He does however, refute the Qadiani’s and their assertions. Secondly, we have posted a scan of the book cover and the relevant page in the below which proves that this hadith is a fake, since it also claims that Eisa (As), Khidr, Idris (as) and Elijah (as) are still alive. Thus, the entire line of argumentation via the Qadiani’s is totally refuted. This argument was also presented in the ROR of Sep-1937.

Furthermore, in the famous commentary of Fiqhul Akbar, Mulla Ali Qari says re 42:13 Allaah ﷻ began with Nooh AS because he is the first of the messengers and then mentioned Muhammad ﷺ because he is the last of the prophets. On p106 he mentions a hadeeth that says Muhammad ﷺ was the first of the prophets to be created and the last of the prophets to be sent. On p251 above, he says that those claiming prophethood ought to be given the death penalty, they are liars deceivers outside the bounds of the Qur-aan and sunnah. He also says that Eesaa AS will descend before the day of judgement as one of its signs before the last hour, and then will die, to be buried next to the prophet Muhammad ﷺ. He provided Qur-aan & hadeeth for all these points. Finally, their own screenshot proves that there could be no prophet after Muhammad ﷺ since his own baby son could NOT live on to reach the age of prophethood, because the line of prophethood is terminated with the by Muhammad ﷺ, the terminator. One of the meanings of khaatam!

The Qadiani’s were refuted in terms of Mulla Ali Qari via “The Golden Maxims in Refutation of Qādiyānism” by Maulānā Manzūr Ahmad Chiniotī in 2020, check that out also. In 1965, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s quoted Mulla Ali Qari as they beefed with the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. Even in the Qadiani pocketbook, “Beacon of Truth”, Mulla Ali Qari is quoted. Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, the famous Qadiani missionary in the UK also quoted Mulla Ali Qari.

The Golden Maxims-1



Paigham-e-Sulh,4 September 16, 1913
Via “Nubuwwat and Khilafat” (1966), 4 speeches by Mirza Nasir Ahmad

“If Ibrahim had lived he would have been a Nabi.”

Mirza Nasir Ahmad quotes Mullah Ali Qari while being questioned at the famous 1974 NA.
Links and Related Essay’s

Click to access ENGthelastprophetakhirinabi.pdf

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the physical RAFFA of Idris (as) aka Enoch (as)

The 2nd Khalifa also used a team of ghost-writers

Click to access ENGprophethoodislam.pdf

Qadiani-Ahmadi’s vs. Lahori-Ahmadi’s 1914–1923

Ahmadis lie about the Aisha hadith, in terms of the end of prophets


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