What do Qadianis (Ahmadiyya) think of Muslims
Qadiani (Ahmadi) missionaries often attempt to present traditional
Islamic belief as dogmatic,
unpleasant, and intolerant of other faiths. They approach uninformed
Muslims and try to win their
sympathy (and perhaps their soul) by displaying their outrage at the fact
that all Muslim Scholars have declared them unbelievers and outside the fold
of Islam. Naturally, they conveniently omit the true reason for this verdict
and instead try to capitalize on emotions and inherent goodness of Muslims.
In other pages of this site, we have extensively explained the Qadiani (Ahmadiyya) doctrines that has convinced all informed Muslims Qadianism is
In this page, we like to share with you some of their own writings testifying
to the fact that they too believe that they have a different religion than
what Muslims have been taught by Hazrat
and have been following for 1400 years. Unfortunately, they have
plagiarized much of the wonderful teachings and practices of Islam and
call their new cult "Islam". They call the followers of Hazrat
If Qadianis (Ahmadiyya) believe they have a new religion and call the
Muslims Kafir, should we call them Muslim?
Please do read the following Qadiani (Ahmadiyya) writings and decide for
Muslims declared Kafir (Non-Muslim):
"Allah has revealed to me that he who does not follow me and does not give
me his oath of allegiance and remains in opposition is disobeying the will
of Allah and His Rasul and is Jahannami (doomed to Hell)."
Posters, Vol. 3, P. 275; Mirza Ghulam Qadiani)
"Question: Huzoor-e-aali (Respected Mirza Ghulam) has mentioned in
thousands of places that it is not at all right to call Kafir a Kalima-go
(someone who recites the Kalima) and an Ahle-Qibla. It is
quite obvious that except those Momineen who become Kafir by calling
you (Mirza Ghulam) a Kafir, no one becomes a Kafir by merely not accepting
you. However, you have now written to Abdul Hakeem Khan that anyone who has
received my message and has not accepted me is no longer a Muslim. There
is contradiction between this statement and your statements in previous books.
Earlier in Tiriaq-ul-Quloob etc you had mentioned that no one becomes
Kafir by not accepting you; now you are writing that by rejecting me he becomes
Answer: This is strange that you consider the person who rejects me and the
person who calls me Kafir as two different persons, whereas in the eyes of
God he is the same type; because he who does not accept me is because he
considers me a fabricator..."
Khazaen, Vol. 22, P. 167, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani)
"All those Muslims who do not enter the fold of the Promised Messiah, whether
or not they have heard of Messiah (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani) are considered Kafirs
and are beyond the pale of Islam."
(Aeena-e-Sadaqat, P. 9/35, By Bashir-uddin
"God has revealed it to me that the person who did not believe in me after
having heard about me is not a Muslim."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Jan 15, 1935 - Al-Hukum,
4:24, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani)
"It has been revealed to me that the person who did not follow me and did
not enter into my fold, is disobedient and as such, should be thrown into
(Miyar-ul-Akhyar, Vol. 9, P. 27, Mirza Ghulam
"He (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani) has regarded him as an infidel who knows him to
be truthful and does not belie him in speech but has not yet entered the
(Tashi-ul-Azhan, 6:4, Apr. 1911, Miyan Mahmood
Aqaid-e-Ahmadia, P. 108)
"A man once asked the first caliph of the Messiah (Hakim Nuruddin Sahib)
whether it was possible to attain salvation without having faith in mirza
Sahib? He replied: 'If the Word of God is based on truth, it is not possible
to attain salvation without having faith in Mirza Sahib."
(Aa'ina-e-Sadaqat, P. 25, Miyan Mahmood Ahmad
"In Lucknow, I (Mir Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani) met a man who was a great scholar.
He said: 'Those are your enemies who make the propaganda that you condemn
people as infidels. I can not believe that such broad minded people as you
are can indulge in such things.' The man was making this remark to Sheikh
Yaqub Ali Qadiani. I asked him to tell the man that we really believe them
as infidels. The man was astonished to hear this."
(Anwar-e-Khilafat, Miyan Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani)
"It seems that the Promised Messiah had also suspected that the word 'Muslim'
which he used also for non-Ahmadis might be wrongly understood. So, he has
made it clear in his writings occasionally that the work 'Muslim' which he
used for also non-Ahmadis meant 'those who claimed to be Muslims.' hence,
wherever he has used that term for non-Ahmadis, he means by it those who
claim to be Muslims, for he could not have recognized those who denied him
as Muslims under divine instructions."
(Kalimatul Fasl, Vol. 14, No. 3, P. 126, Sahibaza Bashir
"Chaudhari Sahib (Sir Zafarullah Khan Qadiani) stressed the point that we
Ahmadis are Muslims and it is wrong to regard us as infidels. As for the
question whether the non-Ahmadis are infidels, the Ahmadis hold that they
are infidels. They said so in the subordinate court and the Chaudhari Sahib
has supported this statement in the High Court."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 10, No. 21, Sep. 14,
"O you who are called Muslims! If you really desire Islam's victory and invite
the rest of the world to join you, then first come yourselves to the true
Islam (Qadianism) which is available throught the Promised Messiah (Mirza
of Qadian). It is under his auspices that today the roads to goodness and
righteousness are open. By following him alone, man can reach the desired
goal of success and salvation. He is the same pride of the former and the
latter mankind (Muhammad), who had come 13 centuries ago from now as 'Rahmatul
Alemeen' (The Mercy to the Worlds)."
(Al-Fadl, September 26, 1915; Qadiani Religion, P. 211-212/264,
9th Edition, Lahore)
"To declare those who denied the Holy
Prophet(SAW) in his first advent
as Kafirs and outside the fold of Islam but to regard the deniers of his
second advent (Mirza Ghulam) as Muslim is an insult to the
Prophet and a joke against the signs
of Allah, since the Promised Messiah has, in the Khutba-e-Ilhamia, compared
the mutual relation between the first and the second advents of the Holy
Prophet to the relations between the crescent and the full moon."
(Al-Fadl, Vol. 3, No. 10, July 15, 1915; Qadiani Religion,
"The point is now quite clear. If it is Kofr to deny the Merciful Prophet,
it must also be Kofr to deny the Promised Messiah, because the Promised Messiah
is in no way a separate being from the Merciful Prophet; rather he is
the same (Muhammad). If anyone is not considered a Kafir for denying
the promised Messiah, then anyone else who denies the Merciful Prophet should
not also be considered a Kafir. How is it possible that denying him in his
first advent should be considered Kofr, but denying him in his second advent
should not be regarded as Kofr, even thought, as claimed by the Promised
Messiah, his spiritual attainment is stronger, more complete, and more
(Kalimatul Fasl, P. 146-147; Review of Religions, March-April
"Any person who believes in Moses but does not believe in Christ, or believes
in Christ but does not believe in Muhammad or believes in
Muhammad but does not believe in
the Promised Messiah, is not only a Kafir, but he is a confirmed (Pakka)
Kafir, and out of the fold of Islam."
(Kalimatul Fasl, P. 110, By Mirza Bashir Ahmad Qadiani)
"It is incumbent upon us that we should not regard non-Ahmadis as Muslims,
nor should we offer prayers behind them, because according to our belief
they deny one of the messengers of Allah. This is a matter of faith. None
has any discretion in this."
(Anwar-e-Khilafat, P. 90, by Mirza Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani)
Marriage with non-Qadiani Declared Haram:
"He who gives his daughter in marriage to any non-Qadiani is a non-Ahmadi,
even though he may call himself Ahmadi... It is also forbidden for our followers
to participate in such marriage gathering."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, May 23, 1931)
"There is no harm if you marry a non-Ahmadi girl because it is allowed to
marry women of the people of the Book... But an Ahmadi girl should not be
given to a non-Ahmadi. There is no harm in accepting their girl but it is
a sin to give them a girl."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Dec. 16, 1920)
"It is permitted to marry the daughters of Christians, Hindu, and Sikhs,
(but to give them daughters is not allowed)."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Feb. 18, 1930)
"By giving up Ahmadiat I mean to do something which may amount to unbelieving;
giving a daughter to any non-Ahmadi also falls in that category."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, May 4, 1922)
"The fifth tenet that is binding upon my sect in this erase is that you should
not give your daughters to non-Ahmadis. He who gives his daughter to a non-Ahmadi
does not know what Ahmadiat is. Do you find non-Ahmadis giving their daughters
to Hindus or Christians? Non-Ahmadis are, according to our faith Kafir, but
they are better than you in this respect. In spite of being Kafirs themselves,
they do not give their daughters to Kafirs but you, in spite of being Ahmadi,
give your daughters to non-believers."
(Malaika-tullah, P. 46; by Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud)
"The promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani) has definitely prohibited Ahmadis
to give their daughters in marriage to non-Ahmadis (Muslims). Let us be careful
in the future. Ahmadis should follow this verdict."
(Barakat-e-Khilafat, P. 75, Miyan Mahmood Qadiani;
Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 20, No. 97, Feb. 14, 1933)
"He who gives his daughter in marriage to a non-Ahmadi youth is not an Ahmadi
in my opinion. None can give his daughter in marriage to a person whom he
regards as a non-Muslim. The Qadi (Judge) who solemnizes such marriage should
be regarded as a person who has conducted the marriage of a Muslim girl with
a Christian or Hindu."
(Al-Fazl, Qadiani, Vol. 8, No. 88, May 23, 1921)
"There is no harm in marrying a non-Ahmadi girl because it is permissible
to marry women belonging to the people of the Book as it might result in
her enlightenment. But we should not give our girls to non-Ahmadis though
we can take their girls. It means that there is no harm in talking in non-Ahmadi
(Al-Hukum, Qadian, Vol. 8, No. 45, Dec. 16, 1920)
Praying Behind Muslims declared Haram:
"It is my considered religion: it is not permitted that you should offer
prayer led by a non-Qadiani in any place whatsoever, whosoever he may be
and however respected among the people he may be. This is an order from Allah
and this is what Allah expects of you. Those who doubt this are considered
deniers. Allah desires that a distinction be made between you and them."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Aug. 28, 1917)
"God has revealed to me that it is forbidden - strictly forbidden - that
you should say prayers led by one who believes me to be a liar or is wavering
in his allegiance to me. Instead it enjoined upon you that you should follow
an Imam from amongst you."
(Arbaeen, Vol. 3, P. 28; "Tuhfa-e-Golarwiah",
P. 27, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani)
"No Qadiani is allowed to say prayers which are led by a non-Qadiani. People
have asked this question again and again - is it permissible to pray behind
them? I would say, whenever I am asked, it is not allowed for any Qadiani
to pray behind a non-Qadiani. It is forbidden - not permitted - prohibited."
(Anwar-e-Khilafat, P. 93)
Funeral Prayer for Muslims declared Haram:
"If one asks 'Is it permitted for us that funeral prayers be said for the
children of Muslims', I would say: No - just as it is forbidden to pray for
Hindu and Sikh children as the religion must follow his parents."
(Anwar-e-Khilafat, Page 93)
'To the question "What must be done to a Muslim who dies in a place where
Qadianism is unknown? Should formal prayers be said?" I would say: "We do
not know his full particulars but it would appear from his deed that he died
in a state in which he was ignorant of Rasul of ALlah and His Nabi. Therefore,
no prayers should be said for him. Nor would we say funeral prayers for a
Qadiani who has followed a non-Qadiani in prayer or one who mixes with them
by this action, he has left the pale of Qadianism."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, May 6, 1915, Bashir-ul-Din Mahmood
"Fadl Ahmad, the eldest son of promised Messiah (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani) from
his first wife, died, but he (Mirza Ghulam) did not say funeral prayers over
his son as he (Fadl Ahmad) did not believe in his prophethood or in his
prophecies, although he was obedient to his father in matters concerning
day to day life."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Dec. 15, 1931 - Jul. 7 1943, Page 3)
"Hazrat Mirza Ghulam did not attend the funeral service of his son (late
Mr. Fazl Ahmad) only because he was a non-Ahmadi (Muslim)."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 9, No. 47, Nov. 15, 1921)
"Our prayer has been channeled and we are not allowed to marry our daughters
to them. To say funeral prayers for them is also prohibited. What else remains
that we share with them? Relations are of two kinds: religious and worldly.
The former comprises prayers and the latter relates to marriage. Thus, following
non-believers in prayer is forbidden and it is also forbidden that you make
them your sons-in-law. Should you then ask: 'then why do we greet them?'
Then I would say that even the Prophet(pbuh) used to greet the Jews. In short,
our Imam (Mirza Ghulam) has declared has declared us a distinct sect in every
respect. There is no ceremony which occupies an important position in
Islam in which we have not been separated from others."
(Kalimatul-Fasl, Vol. 14, P. 169, Mirza Bashi Ahmed
"If a non-Ahmadi dies is it permissible to say" 'May Allah pardon him and
grant him admission in the Heaven?
Answer: The infidelity of the non-Admadis (Muslims) is a proven fact and
it is not permissible to pray for their salvation."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 8, No. 59, Feb. 1921)
"It is an established rule that:
The denial of even one of the prophets os enough to send a person out of
the circle of Islam.
It is not permissible to pray for Salvation for a person who is out of the
circle of Islam.
And as the Ahmadis believe that:
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Sahib was as much a prophet as was Hazrat Muhammad
Mustafa(pbuh) in the nature of prophethood.
So it is not permissible to pray for the salvation of a person who goes out
of the circle of Islam by his denial of Mirza Sahib."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 9, No. 30, Oct. 17, 1921)
"Chirag Din is a student of the Taleem-ul-Islam High School, Quadian. Recently,
when he returned to his native place, Sialkot, his mother died. She had loved
her son dearly, but since she was not an Ahmadi, Chirag Din did not attend
her funeral prayers. He thus clung to his faith and principle. Well-done;
Proud son of Taleem-ul-Islam. The movement (Quadianism) needs worthy sons
like you. Well done."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 2, No. 129, Apr. 20, 1915)
"I believe that those who follow the lead of non-Ahmadis (Muslims) in prayers,
it is not permissible to hold their funeral service. Similarly, those who
have given their daughters in marriage to non-Quadianis and died without
repenting, it is not permissible to hold their funeral service."
(Al-Fazl, Qadian, Vol. 13, No. 102, Apr. 13, 1926)
Is it then not a sign of the hypocrisy of Qadiani leadership and missionaries
to claim to have ever wanted to be part of the Muslim nation? Yet,
even after all this, the door of mercy of God is open to those who sincerely
repent, give up false and man-made teachings of Mirza's family, and embrace
every sincere individuals to the right path of Islam and away from the false
teachings and claims of the Qadiani leadership.