As we all know, MGA insulted Jesus Christ of the bible and Esa (as) of the Quran. He insulted Esa (as) in many other books also and in many ways. In Malfuzat, MGA accused Esa (as) of getting oil massages by adulterous women. There was no limit to what MGA said and did. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad even disputed the status of Esa (as)’s mother as “Siqqidah” in english as “truthful”. Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be greater than Esa (as)(astagfarullah)(naozobillah)”
If Ibn Arabi believed that Esa (as) would physically return to Earth with a new body, why do Ahmadi’s quote him?
It seems that Ibn Arabi, in his famous book, Tafsir Ibn Arabi, wrote that Jesus was raised up in his Ruh from the lower world to the higher world (his body seems to have been discarded on Earth, per Ibn Arabi), and then Jesus will descend in the end times with a different body. This might elude to 56:61 of the Quran. However, this is in total contradiction of the Ahmadiyya position. Ahmadi’s claim that Esa (as) died 90 years after the event of the crucifixion and in India, whereas, Ibn Arabi and all other Muslims claim that Mutawafeeka happened before the event of crucifixion. There are other references from Ibn Arabi’s works wherein he claims that Esa (as) was never even on the cross and a phantom image was crucified. Ibn Arabi also claimed to be like Esa (as) in a strange way, and thus, the islamic world doesn’t follow his teachings or take him seriously. Nevertheless, we have posted the reference and will wait for independent verification.
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Ibn Hazm believed in the physical return of Esa (as) and the substitution theory, and NO NEW PROPHETS
Ahmadi’s are academically dishonest, that much is obvious, they lie about the Quran, hadith and the books of MGA. They give interpretations which try to prove that MGA was an honest man, in fact, that is their entire motivation.
Nevertheless, they also quote Ibn Hazm, and assert that Ibn Hazm believed that Esa (as) died. However, they don’t show the full beliefs of Ibn Hazm. They fail to show that Muslims only believed that Esa (As) will die in terms of his second coming. Muslims like Ibn Abbas and Shah Wali Ullah opined that 3:55 of the Quran and specifically the word Mutawafeeka could be out of sequence, and could* mean death, however, only in terms of how Esa (as) would die after his second coming.
Ibn Hazm believed in the physical return of Esa (as), the substitution theory and NO NEW PROPHETS, just like all classical scholars of Islam.
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