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In 1884, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that the Quran 48:29 was also revealed to him

After the publishing of the 4th volume of Braheen e Ahmadiyya in late 1884, MGA was called a Kafir by the leaders of the Ahl-e-hadith sect, who had just helped MGA marry an Ahl-e-Hadith girl. MGA was so bold, he began claiming that many verses of the Quran had been also revealed onto himself. In this essay, we are writing about 48:29, which would be 48:30 in the Ahmadiyya Quran’s (interestingly, after MGA died, the Ahmadi’s who wrote commentary on the Quran never mention that this verse is about MGA, Lahori’s and Qadiani’s, see page 2953)). Per MGA,  “””I have been named ‘Muhammad’ as well as ‘Messenger'”””, (see “Eik Ghalti Ka Izala”, page 2, online english edition). MGA is essentially claiming HE WAS REFERRED TO AS MUHAMMAD in this verse.

In Nov. of 1901, in MGA’s famous announcement/booklet, “Eik Ghalti Ka Izala”, MGA says:

“”””””””””””””””””””””In the same book, close upon the above Divine Communication, is this Divine revelation:  Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and those who are with him are
hard against the disbelievers, tender amongst themselves.“”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””

This is just the first sentence of the full verse from the Quran
The full verse is as follows:

“”””””””””””””””””””””””Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. And those who are with him are hard against the disbelievers, tender among themselves. Thou seest them bowing and prostrating themselves in Prayer, seeking grace from Allah and His pleasure. Their mark is upon their faces, being the traces of prostrations. This is their description in the Torah. And their description in the Gospel is like unto a seed-produce that sends forth its sprout, then makes it strong; it then becomes thick, and stands firm on its stem, delighting the sowers — that He may cause the disbelievers to burn with rage at the sight of them. Allah has promised, unto those of them who believe and do good works, forgiveness and a great reward.“””””””””””””””””””””””””””

The verse is mentioned in Izala Auham (1890–1891) as MGA tried to explain his abusive language
As MGA worked on explaining as to why he had used abusive language, he quoted 48:29.

This verse was on the cover page of Asmani Faisala (1891)
The verse was presented on the cover page of MGA’s famous book.

Other Quranic verses that MGA claimed for himself in 1884
——48:28, 61:09 and 9:32


In Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 4, online english edition, page 396
The original quote can be found in english.

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The famous hadith from Sahih Muslim wherein Esa (as) is called Nabi-Ullah–evaluated

Watch my video on this herein. I recently had a periscope interaction with the Ahmadi Maulvi Rizwan Ahmad wherein a famous hadith from Sahih-Muslim was brought up by me. I asked the Maulvi if MGA had ever commented on this famous hadith and if so how and in what sense? I was specifically asking about the line from this hadith wherein it says:

“”””I have brought forth from amongst My servants such people against whom none would be able to fight; you take these people safely to Tur.””””

I had simply asked Rizwan Ahmad to tell me if MGA had ever commented on this part of the hadith. As I began to further investigate this hadith, I realized that the famous wording “Nabi-Ullah” was also found therein. I had also asked Rizwan Ahmad to present a collection of MGA’s writings on this part of the hadith. Obviously, Rizwan Ahmad didn’t know off the top of his head, however, instead of saying so, he attacked me personally and accused me of not being able to read simply Quranic or Hadith Arabic. I then emailed him and asked the same question. Rizwan Ahmad responded by referring me to Essence of Islam Vol.3, page 279 onwards, however, this specific hadith is not quoted therein. He then attacked me personally and wrote that he doubted that I ever even read the hadith.

Nevertheless, just today, via periscope, I tried to ask Rizwan Ahmad questions about the Ahmadiyya schooling systems in Nigeria, however, he refused to answer thing I asked and demanded that I admit to my error. What error does he think I am making? Rizwan Ahmad has dropped all other questions on this hadith, and wants to focus on whether this hadith has the word Nabi-Ullah in it 4 times or 3 times. As-if this information is crucial? These are the games that Ahmadi mullahs play.

Nevertheless, I have found many references to this hadith from MGA’s writings via the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. There are probably much more. Interestingly, in 1891, MGA was totally rejecting this hadith and calling it weak, MGA even wrote that it wasn’t added to Sahih-Bukhari, and thus, wasn’t Sahih. MGA even said that the phraseology, “Nabi-ullah” only meant a non-prophet (Muhaddas aka Metaphoric prophet), and not an actual prophet. However, after MGA claimed prophethood, he commented on this hadith again and claimed that it was full of metaphor’s, in a twisted way, MGA was indirectly acknowledging that this hadith came true and the Messiah was a prophet (referring to his own prophethood).
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that the Quran, 77:11 (77:12 in the Qadiani Quran), was about his coming

MGA claimed many quranic verses were about his arrival, the list is getting long, 1:7, 2:4, 48:2961:09 and 9:32, 21:107, 10:16, 17:8, 18:83, 61:6, 62:3 and many others. We have also recently found 77:11. In “Shahadat ul Quran” (Testimony of the Quran)[1893], via the online english edition, on page 26, MGA clearly claims that this verse 77:11 (77:12) was revealed about his own coming. In this verse, MGA argued that ar-Roosulu means one messenger, in the singular, and that this verse was specifically about himself (MGA). This contradicts the Ahmadiyya argument on 3:144, and the assertion that Ar-Roosulu mean ALL. MGA also argued that this verse was about the muhaddaseen in the ummah, which was later contradicted.

Razi ullah Noman aka @ahmadianswers tried to respond here in this video (See at the 50:00 minute mark). Razi tries to counter-argue that MGA was claiming that Ar-rusul means ALL messengers, however, MGA was representing all of them. This is contradictory, since in Shahadatul Quran (1893), MGA clearly wrote that ar-rusul in 77:11 means a singular person. At this point in time, MGA was not claiming to be a rasul/nabi, only metaphorically, thus, MGA was including all mujadid’s, muhaddas’ and high-ranking imam’s.

In fact, 10 years later, in Tadhkiratul Shahadatain, MGA called himself the FINAL Khalifa (Khatamul Khulafa) and also claimed that the number of messengers had arrived (See ref in the below).
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Can Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s prophethood be proven from the Quran?

Before MGA claimed to be the Messiah (1891), he had written Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 1-4 and was indirectly claiming prophethood and was thus declared a Kafir by his own sect, the ahl-e-hadith. In 1879, in the BA2, MGA quoted 18:109 (18:110, in the Ahmadi quran)(see also 31:27, the verse is identical) and says that “”Say, ‘If the ocean became ink for the words of my Lord, surely, the ocean would be exhausted before the words of my Lord came to an end, even though We brought the like thereof as further help.’. Thus, MGA was arguing from the Quran that Allah will continue talking (prophethood) to Muslims until the Day of Judgement and this Islam was superior to all other religions. In volume 3, MGA quoted 9:32, and essentially was claiming prophethood for himself. In fact, MGA’s first argument in the BA was that of the continuation of divine revelation, however, MGA wasn’t being clear. Continue reading “Can Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s prophethood be proven from the Quran?”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous announcement of 10-2-1891 from Delhi, British-India

On 10-2-1891, MGA was in Delhi and was cornered. He seems to have published an announcement full of lies from the house wherein he was staying. It is unknown as to what newspaper this announcement was published. Nevertheless, MGA had already denied prophethood in 4 books, Victory of Islam, Elucidation of Objectives, Izala Auham Part-1&2. However, MGA denied the physicality of the Miraaj in Izala Auham Part-2 and denied it via this announcement. MGA also claimed to believe in all of the creed of Ahl-e-Sunnah-wa-Jamaa, which was a lie, since MGA denied the physical descent of Esa (as), MGA also denied a claim of being Esa (as) the son of Mary. 10 years later, MGA claimed to be a prophet, in a sneaky way. MGA quoted 48:29 and claimed that this verse was about him. Later on, MGA would claim that an ummati can be a nabi, thus, contradicting himself and inventing the Ummati Nabi.

The announcement in Urdu
Ishtaharaat-Vol 1 p 230-231

A brief summary of the announcement in english

There is para of Arabic after this. Some Arabic words are of Islamic shahada, I am not sure that
ALL are part of Quran?

After Arabic para, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad goes on to say “ALL be witness to this declaration (my
declaration above) , Allah is all knowing and all hearing and is first witness, that I have faith in all those beliefs, having faith and accepting those beliefs, a kafir can be accepted as muslim. A
person (ghair Mazhabi) can be announced a Muslim straightaway, after accepting these beliefs
(above mentioned). I have faith (imaan) in all those articles along with what are mentioned in the Holy Quran and Authentic Hadiths. I DO NOT CLAIM TO BE EISA IBN MARYAM AND I AM NOT BELEIVER OF TRANSMIGRATION OF SOULS (tanasukh).

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Quran,108:1, was also revealed to himself

In the 1882-1884 era, MGA claimed that many verses of the Quran were also revealed onto to him. In the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Vol. 4, MGA gave over 20 verses of the Quran and claimed that they had also been revealed to him (MGA). MGA was immediately called a Kafir by the leaders of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, only Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi took MGA’s side as he tried to reassure the Ahl-e-Hadith Muslims that MGA was not claiming prophethood. As MGA claimed to be equal to Muhammad (saw)(nauzobillah), in 1901, he quoted this verse in “Correction of an Error” as he argued that this appearance was the second coming of Muhammad (saw)(nauzobillah) via Baruz.

In 1904, in MGA’s personal notebook of revelations, MGA claimed that the Quran, 108:1 (108:2 in the Ahmadi quran) was also revealed to himself. One last point, this notebook of revelations was never published during MGA’s life, it only appears in Tadhkirah.
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Ahmadi’s love blaming Muhammad (saw), every time a prophecy of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad failed

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad failed in his attempts to marry his triple niece, Muhammadi Begum. Over the years, many different Ahmadi’s have come up with creative responses. However, a new response has been seen by a fire-brand-Ahmadi-ex-president says that Muhammad (Saw) had predicted that he would do the Hajj/Umra in Year 6, and failed, and thus MGA also misunderstood his prediction, i.e., Muhammadi Begum. However, this Ahmadi isn’t capable of giving references, since he never went to college. Nevertheless, he blamed Muhammad (saw) and ridiculed him, just to support MGA. This is what Ahmadi’s get in trouble over, blaming Muhammad, then they cry persecution, its sooo ironic. Further, after conducting basic research on this topic, it is obvious that Muhammad (saw) never predicted doing Hajj/Umra in Year 6, in fact, the quran never mentions any dream/vision that failed. Chapter 48 of the Quran mentions the entire incident. Tafsir Ibn Kathir tells us that the Prophet never said his dream would happen immediately, he said it would eventually happen. In contrast, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that his marriage with Muhammadi Begum was TAQDIR E MUBRAM, that can not be avoided,(meaning Taqdir e Mubram Haqiqi). Muhammad (Saw) never said anything close to this.

The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
Chapter 48 of the Quran covers the entire incident of the the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah. MGA was totally silent on this event, MGA never used it when his prophecies failed. However, in the famous 5-volume commentary of the Quran, Malik Ghulam Farid asserted that Muhammad (saw) had a vision/dream and it didn’t come to fruition. He quotes Ibn Hisham, which isn’t an authentic source of information on Islam (see page 2937).
MGA claimed that 48:28 (48:29 in the Qadiani Quran) was revealed to himself

In 1884, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that the Quran 61:09, 48:28 and 9:32 was also revealed to him. 


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The concept of the Ummati-Nabi

In 1890-91, in Izala Auham (see the refs in the below), MGA argued over and over again that a prophet could never be a follower of another prophet. MGA and his team of writers quoted the Quran, 4:64 (4:65 in the Ahmadi Quran) as evidence. In fact, in the same book, MGA claims that his God called him an Ummati and Nabi in the Barahin i Ahmadiyya (about 7-10 years earlier), however, he didn’t give the exact reference. In the same year (1891 in Delhi, see the announcement here), MGA published an announcement to the effect that anyone who claims to be a prophet is a Kafir, obviously, MGA only meant a prophet like all the prophets mentioned in the Quran (independent-prophets). However, 10 years later, after the publishing of ‘Eik Ghalti Ka Izala”, Nov. 1901, MGA and his team totally abandoned this view. They claim that MGA discovered that an Ummati can become a Prophet (see Haqiqatun Nubuwwat by Mirza Mahmud Ahmad and Qaul al Fasl {1915}, see also Qazi Muhammad Nazeer, 1966, “Truth Prevails”), he also claimed to be greater and better than Esa (as) in this exact time frame.
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In 1884, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that the Quran 61:09, 48:28 and 9:32 was also revealed to him

After the publishing of the 4th volume of Braheen e Ahmadiyya in late 1884, MGA was called a Kafir by the leaders of the Ahl-e-hadith sect, who had just helped MGA marry an Ahl-e-Hadith girl. MGA was so bold, he began claiming that many verses of the Quran had been also revealed onto himself. Again, in 1901, via “Eik Ghalti Ka Izala”, MGA quoted this entire scenario and explained how he has been a prophet since 1880-ish (see the ref in the below). Even in the 2018, official 5-volume commentary of the Quran, it is explained that 9:32 is about MGA and how MGA will make Islam prevail against Christians.
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