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October 2023

Rafa-hoo (4:158) is a masculine pro-noun and proves that Eisa (as) was lifted with his body

In a recent livestream, Shaikh Ibn Hazm explained how Raf-a-hoo in 4:158 is a masculine pro-noun that means that Allah took Eisa (as) body and soul (5:14:38 time stamp)(the clip is on tik tok too and twitter). In the Quran, the taking of the soul/nafs is a feminine pro-noun. Despite the creation of Adam first, the Quran in verse 4:1 makes use of the indefinite female noun to describe the initial soul (nafsin) from which another soul / partner was created (zawja – masculine noun, with the pronoun ‘ha’ a reference to the ‘nafs’ in the feminine). See 29:57 too, even soul shall taste death is in the feminine.

The triliteral root nūn fā sīn (NFS) occurs 298 times in the Quran, in four derived forms:

  • once as the form V verb tanaffasa (breathe)
  • once as the form VI verb yatanāfasi (Compete)
  • 295 times as the noun nafs (same)
  • once as the form VI active participle mutanāfisūn (Mtnٰfson)

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Even in 2023, Ahmadi’s are collecting money for injured British soldiers, via the Poppy Appeal, just like the Boer War

We have seen on twitter (See the additional tweets in the below) and other websites how the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s are working actively with the poppy appeal. The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November. This is similar to the behaviors of MGA during the Boer war, MGA collected funds and sent to them to South Africa to help British soldiers and their injuries.

In the photo in the below, you can see Qadiani-Ahmadi’s giving out crosses as they raise funds.

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Maulvi Imam Adubofour EXPOSED as an idiot!

Maulvi Imam Adubofour has proven to the world that he barely knows anything about #Ahmadiyya, all he knows is the silly arguments that his #Pakistani fathers have taught him. He recently said that the body of Eisa (as) is rotting (astagfarullah)(the clip is on tik tok and twitter). He didn’t even know of the famous hadith which tells us that the bodies of prophet’s don’t decompose. He got caught lying abou the Qadiani belief that Maryam was only partially a woman and thus a hermaphrodite (astagfarullah), even after we showed him the comments of Mirza Tahir Ahmad and Khalid Safir. He also engaged in slander against me.

Links and Related Essay’s

Maulvi Imam Adubofour said that the body of Eisa (as) is rotting (astagfarullah) – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Khalid Safir vs. Maulvi Adubofour – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Maulvi Abudofour engages in slander vs. #Ahmadiyyafactcheckblog – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog


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Maulvi Imam Adubofour said that the body of Eisa (as) is rotting (astagfarullah)

Qadiani-Ahmadi Maulvi Imam Adubofour recently said on a live stream that the body of Eisa (as) is rotting on Earth (20:40:49 time stamp). However, this is against Islam, the prophet Muhammad (Saw) said in the sahih hadith that the bodies of prophets don’t decompose (rott).
The clip is on tik tok and twitter.

Do the Bodies of the Prophets Decompose After Burial? – SeekersGuidance

The Companions asked, “O Messenger of Allah, how will our blessings on you be presented to you when you have decomposed?“ He replied, “Indeed, Allah – Mighty and Majestic – has made the bodies of the Prophets forbidden for the ground.“ (Abu Dawud)

Links and Related Essay’s

Do the Bodies of the Prophets Decompose After Burial? – SeekersGuidance


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Mirza Ghulam Murtaza, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and General Ventura

In the Punjab Chiefs (1865 edition), it is reported how Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was active in the Sikh Army and in 1841, he was sent with General Ventura to Mandi and Kulu. General Ventura served faithfully under Ranjit Singh and his successors Kharak SinghNau Nihal Singh, and Sher Singh. Upon Maharaja Sher Siṅgh’s assassination in September 1843, he left the Punjab. Per Ahmadiyya sources, MGA was 6 years old and his dad (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza) was like a General in the Sikh army.

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Fakhr al-Din al-Razi on 4:158 (raffa-hoo)

Fakhr al-Din al-Razi naturally puts all the views together and supports the view that Eisa (as) was raised up to Allah alive (4:158, Rafaa-hoo). Body and soul (See Tafsir al-Razi, Vol 8 and vol 11). Excellent explanations for tawaffaa and istawfaa (See 83:2). References to being taken up through an opening in the roof and more (via Ibn Abbas, via Ibn Kathir). That every Jew and Christian in the end of time must believe in Eesaa AS before the death of Eisa (AS)(See 4:159).

Furthermore, Fakhruddeen talks about taqdeem wat-ta-kheer. He also dismisses the biggest and main Qadiyaani argument that the return of Eesaa AS doesn’t break the finality of prophet Muhammad ﷺ. Thus, he considers the Qadiyaani claim to be weak/flimsy (See Tafsir al-Razi, Vol 8 and vol 11).


Links and Related Essay’s

Fakhr al-Din al-Razi – Wikipedia

Ibn Abbas supported the substitution theory – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and 4:159 (4:160 in the Ahmadiyya Quran’s), before the death of Jesus (as) – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

RAFFA in the quran, a historical perspective – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Tafsir al-Razi – Wikipedia


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Who is Ibn Abi Hatim?

Abū Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Raḥmān b. Muḥammad b. Idrīs b. al-Mundhir al-Ḥanẓalī al-Rāzī (240–327/854–5–938), known as Ibn Abī Ḥātim al-Rāzī, was a transmitter (rijāl) critic, traditionist, and exegete, who was born in Rayy (north-eastern Iran) to a family originating from the village of Jazz near Iṣfahān. His chief mentors included his father, Abū Ḥātim (195–277/810–1–90), and Abū Zurʿa al-Rāzī (200–64/815–6–78), both towering third/ninth-century ḥadīth experts.

He shows up in Tafsir ibn Kathir in terms of 4:157. He tells how Eisa (as)’s image was cast on someone else (wa ma saloooba hoo, 4:157) was lifted up to heaven by Allah (Raffa, 4:158) and how a young man was crucified in his place. Tabari said that the image of Eisa (As) was cast on many people.

Ahmadi’s famous quote Ibn Abbas in terms of “Mumeetuka”, this is wherein Ibn Abbas said that “Mutawafeeka (3:55 of the Quran) refers to the death that Eisa (as) will have in the future.  Shah Wali-ullah also supported and endorsed the substitution theory. Ibn Hazm also supported and endorsed the substitution theory.
Ibn Abi Hatim | Tulayhah (

Ibn Abi Hatim

 — Ibn Abi Hatim —

-Name of the Mufassir:

He is Abu Muhammad, ‘Abd al-Rahman ibn Abi Hatim Muhammad ibn Idris al-Tamimi al-Hanthala al-Razi. He was born in the year 240 or 241AH/854CE in Persia. From an early age, he learned the religion from two of the greatest scholars of his time, Abu Zur’ah and his father Abu Hatim. He traveled extensively, including to the Hijaz, Iraq, al-Sham and Egypt, seeking the highest chains of narration from the most reliable teachers. Like his father, he was a great scholar of hadith, in addition to his skills in fiqh and tafsir. He wrote a number of books which became indispensable works in the hadith sciences and other fields. He died in the year 327AH/938CE.

-Name of the Book:

The work is most commonly referred to as Tafsir Ibn Abi Hatim, but its full name is Tafsir al-Qur’an al-‘Atheem Musnadan ‘an Rasool Allaah ﷺ wa’l-Sahabahu wa’l-Tabi’een [تفسير القرآن العظيم مسنداً عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم والصحابة والتابعين]

-General Description of the Book:

The tafsir of Ibn Abi Hatim is considered to be one of the best examples of narration-based tafsir, and it has served as a major source for such subsequent works to draw on. Although the work has not reached us in its complete original form, significant sections of it are still available and in print, reconstructed from partial manuscripts as well as from what later mufassiroon transmitted from ibn Abi Hatim’s original. The current printed versions include the author’s introduction and complete explanation of surah al-Fatihah [01] through the end of surah al-Ra’d [13] and from surah al-Mu’minoon [23] until the end of surah al-‘Ankaboot [29], with portions of other surahs compiled from quotations in later works.

Ibn Abi Hatim outlined his general approach to this book in his introduction. His aim was to compile the most authentic explanations of the Qur’an from the Sunnah and from the statements of the Sahabah, Tabi’oon, the following generation and the following generation, and to do this for every ayah, phrase and word of the Qur’an for which he found a transmitted explanation. If an explanation from the Prophet himself was found, then ibn Abi Hatim would suffice with that rather than bringing other similar explanations from the Sahabah or those after them. In the event that an explanation from the Prophet was not present, if there were multiple similar statements from the Sahabah then he would mention the highest and most sound narration with its full chain and then simply list the other Sahabah who had also given that explanation. If however there were differing explanations from the Sahabah, he would select representative samples of the differing statements along with their chains of narration and then list others who has also voiced similar explanations. If no statements from the Sahabah could be found, then he would take a similar approach with the statements of the Tabi’oon, and so on with each successive level. All of these factors contribute to the clear organizational structure of the work.

This tafsir consists almost entirely of narrations with only the scarcest of further commentary in cases of need, such as occasional notes regarding the chains of narration or mentioning a point of consensus or similar remarks. It also has preserved some narrations from earlier books which have been lost to history, such as the tafsirs of Sa’eed ibn Jubayr, Muqatil ibn Hayyan and others.


Ibn Abi Hatim adhered to the ‘aqeedah of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jama’ah. An outline of his ‘aqeedah for instance can be found in the book ‘Aqeedah al-Raziyyeen in which he transmitted the creed of two great scholars of the Sunnah, Abu Zur’ah al-Razi and his father Abu Hatim al-Razi.

-Stance regarding isnaads (chains of narration):

Ibn Abi Hatim would select what he held to be the highest and most sound chain of narration for a particular explanation and provide it in full, and then simply list the names of others who also voiced the same explanation through lower or weaker routes without mentioning their chains. One of the distinguishing features of this book is the highness of its chains of narrations, meaning that there are relatively few transmitters in the chain between its origin and ibn Abi Hatim. It should be noted though that this book does still contain some weak chains, as it was not the goal of the author to limit himself only to authentic narrations but rather to identify and provide the most authentic narrations that were available on an issue. However the work is distinguished for the overall strength of its contents.

-Stance regarding Israa’eeliyyaat (Judaeo-Christian traditions):

Ibn Abi Hatim included many Israa’eeliyyaat narrations within his tafsir, even in some cases including some whose meanings are clearly in opposition to the authentic texts of the religion.

-Those who drew heavily from this tafsir:

Both al-Suyooti in al-Durr al-Manthoor and ibn Kathir in his tafsir drew heavily from the narrations in ibn Abi Hatim’s tafsir, among others.


التفسير والمفسرون لمحمد حسين الدهبي

مقدمة المألف لتفسير ابن ابي حاتم

مقدمة المحقق أسعد محمد الطيب لتفسير ابن ابي حاتم

الإمام ابن أبي حاتم وتفسيره لحسين عكاشة

التعريف ببعض كتب أئمة الإسلام [انظر هنا]


Links and Related Essay’s

Ibn Abī Ḥātim al-Rāzī — Brill (

The Confusion of Islam regarding the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ (

MGA lied about the context of the Ibn Abbas hadith on Esa (as) from Bukhari – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Ibn Abbas is the main source for the substitution theory

Even Abu Jafar al-Tabari, the father of Quranic exegetists, claimed that Esa (as) hasn’t died yet – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Ibn Abi Hatim | Tulayhah (


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An important document full of references on Eisa (as) and MGA

You can find the full urdu document herein.

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Friends! Mirza Ghulam Qadiani (1839 – 1908 (about 52 years of his age till 1891)) was not only holding the mainstream muslim belief but also his first book
In Brahin Ahmadiyya, he also proved that the real Hazrat Isa (peace be upon him) is coming again from the Qur’anic verses (Mirza himself admitted this on Ijaz Ahmadi, page 19 p. 113.. But at the end of his life, Mirza Qadiani, who presented a very unique and new belief And the theory is summarized as follows:

1 Hazrat Isa, the son of Maryam (peace be upon him), was 33 years and 6 months old when his enemies caught him and put him on the cross along with two thieves on Friday evening. Your body was nailed and injured and you fainted due to pain of injuries and the enemy thought you were dead, when in fact you were still alive.

Rk 17, page 311 / rk 3, page 296 / RK 15, page 20 / rk18, page 396, margin / Rk 15, page 52, etc.)

2) Mirza wrote with reference to Allah, the Almighty, that Allah has stated that although it true That Isa as was dragged/put on cross and it was intended to kill him. Also Mirza wrote that “It is proven from the hadith that after getting rid of the cross, Jesus fled to a cold country, namely Kashmir.

(RK 15 p. 51, Christ in India Ar 15 p. 540, tohfa gaznaviah)

2) You were somehow taken down from the cross, the disciples treated your wounds with Jesus ointment, and then you and your mother left the country of Syria and They reached Kashmir through different regions of afghanistan, India, Nepal, Tibet, etc., and also debated to the people of the Buddhist religion.

Rk 10 Pg 301 rk 14 Pg 191 M Pg 209 212 / Rk15 Pg 70 / Rk19 Pg 65 footnote / Rk 19 Pg 127 rk 21 Pg 262 footnote)

3) Isa as died in Kashmir at the age of 120 years according to one text of Mirza Qadiani and 125 years according to another text written in the same book.

120 years old: RK15 p. 14 ….. 125 years old: Rk 15 p. 55)

4) He is buried in Mahalla Khan Yar of Srinagar city of Kashmir and the grave that is known as “Yuz Asaf” in fact is the grave of Hazrat Isa (peace be upon him).

Rk 14, p. 171 and p. 192, D. 195 and p. 209/ Rk 17, page 100/ Rk 18, page 235/ Rk 15, page 14)

5) the hadiths in which the Nuzool of “Jesus, the son of Mary, peace be upon him” is reported, they do not refer to the real Jesus, but rather to someone in likeness of him, as per the Qur’an and ahadeeth e sahiha have given good news that the likeness of Christ and others in likeness will also come.

(Malfuzaat volume 5 page 554 five volume edition / RK 19 page 18 margin / RK 3 page 314)

6) that (matheel) likness is me Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani bin Chirag Bibi and this is reported in the hadiths, and the Qur’an has named me Ibn Maryam, “I have come in the guise of Christ son of Maryam according to the promise, I am the one.” The promised Messiah, and my God has informed me that the Muhammadan Messiah (i.e. Mirza) is better than the Musawi messiah.

RK 17 p. 413 / Rk20 p. 39-140 / rk18 p. 240 / Rk 17 p. 413 / Rk 19 p. 98 / tadhkirah, p. 209, 148, fourth edition)

7)In the hadiths, it is mentioned that the Dajjal will be killed by the hands of Jesus. This Dajjal means either Christian priests, or Dajjal is the name of Satan, or Dajjal
is the name of a group of miscreants, or Dajjal is the ghost of Christianity, or Dajjal refers to Khanaas(dont know how to translate it),
or Dajjal refers to the nations of Iqbal(don’t know how to translate it)

Rk 3 p. 366 1 rk14 p. 416 417 / Rk 22 p. 45 rk 3 p. 174 / rk3 p. 362 / rk 14 p. 296 / Rk 11 p. 47 etc.)

Hazrat Masih (peace be upon him) had four real brothers and two real sisters.

Rk 19 pg18 footnote


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Raheel Ahmad didn’t know that Waffa is the root of the word Tuwuffa

Raheel Ahmad came on the stream and alleged that Imtiaz made a huge blunder when he was quoting the word Tuwuffa from MGA and the Quran. Raheel Ahmad claimed that these words had different roots, i.e., Tuwuffa and Tawaffa). However, he realized his mistake and conceded that he was mistaken.

He also misquoted MGA in the Izala Auham reference. MGA made up his rule and didn’t mention sleep (naum) or the Qareena (death). Raheel seems to have invented a rule, MGA never said so. We have no idea why he quoted 39:42, since MGA didn’t defend this glaring contradiction. Raheel also said Surah Zukhruf (Chapter 43) instead of Zumur, he said this 3 times. He said Zumur intitally, maybe he got confused? The Shaikh corrected him.

Raheel totally avoided the questions about Eisa (as) travelling to India

Links and Related Essay’s

Ahmadi rule: The word Tawaffi, when applied to a human being, God being the subject, means anything other than taking possession of the soul -DEBUNKED by Imtiaz – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

39:42 of the Quran disproves all #ahmadi arguments on the death of Esa (as) – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog


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