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Was Ahmadiyya Jamaat planted by British?

Was Ahmadiyya Jamaat planted by British?

Language: English

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In 1984 the Islamic government of Pakistan set aside all Islamic injunctions and took upon itself the burden of depriving the Ahmadi Muslims of many basic human rights including religious social freedoms. In an attempt to justify this action, the government of Pakistan published a so-called White Paper under the title ‘Qadiyaniyyat – Islam kay liya Sangin Khatrah’ (Qadiyaniyyat – A Grave Threat to Islam).

Although there was nothing new in this so-called White Paper and the Jama’at literature already included detailed answers to all the issues which were raised, nevertheless Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul-Masih IV, the then Imam of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, answered these allegations in a series of Friday sermons. These sermons (in Urdu) were published by the London Mosque in 1985 and the English translation is now being published.

Part 2 of 18.

This sermon answers to the often made accusation by the opponents that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was created by the British government in the sub-continent of India to serve their purpose and to cause dissension among Muslims. Giving a forceful and effective refutation, it proves in the light of historical facts that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was not a plant of the British government. This plant was established by Allah the Almighty with His own Divine Hands and He has always safeguarded it and will keep it under His protection in future. If any section could be considered a plant of the British, it could only be the ‘Diyuband’ sect.


SKU: 155

ISBN: 1853728047

Location: 222-L

Language: English

Weight: 0.2 lb

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