The “Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam” (called by Muslims everywhere as “Qadianism”) was established, in 1889, by Mirza Ghulam Qadiani (1835 – 1908) in a small Punjabi village of India. Mirza Ghulam Qadiani’s family were in the service of the British colonial powers and, to his dying days, Mirza Ghulam openly declared his allegiance to the British imperialism. In fact, the culmination of his service to foreign power was his declaration that resistance to oppressors (Jihad) — as ordained in the Holy Quran by God — had become unIslamic! Mirza Ghulam Qadiani’s life was laden with contradictory and anti-Islamic claims. In 1880, he declared himself to be only a Muslim writer; in 1885, he announced he was a revivalist (Mujaddid); in 1891, he claimed to be the Promised Mehdi and the Promised Messiah; and in 1901, he pronounced himself a prophet of God! Facing an open and strong opposition by Muslim Scholars and religious leaders for this blasphemous declaration and other teachings which belittled Jesus Christ(pbuh) and contradicted the Quranic revelations, he also announced that he was the second and improved coming of the Prophet Muhammad (salullhu alaih wassalam) with authority to reinterpret the Holy Quran at his pleasure! Not happy with mere prophethood, in 1904, he declared himself the Krishna (the Hindu Lord). Obviously, like an unethical modern-day politician, he was trying to appeal to all uneducated segments of the public in India!
Fortunately, the Almighty Allah Almighty, time and time again, exposed Mirza Ghulam Qadiani’s falsehood through his own statements and so-called prophecies. Even many of his own family members were aware of his treachery and openly opposed his anti-Islamic teachings. Mirza Ghulam Qadiani finally died by intervention of the Almighty Allah and as the result of religious prayer challenges (Mubahala), in 1908.
Since the death of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani, his heirs — the leaders of the Qadiani organization (“Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam”) — have been extremely busy trying to clean up his image. Backed by seemingly unlimited support they receive from their anti-Muslim allies, they have been promoting falsehood and deception through the media. They have even resorted to removing some of most controversial writings of Qadiani leadership — which had become a source of embarrassment to them — from circulation. Their partial English translation of their original text has been heavily edited to exclude all controversial and anti-Islamic sayings of their cult leaders. Obviously, they themselves realize the true nature of their “Ahmadiyya Mission”.
The goal of the “Ahmadiyya Mission” is, and has always been, to confuse uninformed Muslims, divide the Ummah, prevent resistance to oppressors (Jihad), and provide an alternative to non-Muslims who find the message of Islam appealing. Quite cunningly, they do so by using Islamic terminology and teachings, and hiding the controversial writings of their founders. Today, only the most learned Muslims are able to attend one of their functions and realize that their brand of Islam is a form of Kufr (disbelief). Even when their leaders mention the Kalima (I bear witness there is only one God and Muhammad is his messenger), they are referring to their founder who proclaimed himself to be (God forbid) the second improved coming of the prophet Muhammad (salullhu alaih wassalam) and not to the true Prophet (salullhu alaih wassalam) of Allah Almighty.
Muslim brethren everywhere should not be confused by Qadiani leadership’s superficial use of Islamic concepts to promote their cult. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (salullhu alaih wassalam) and the four Khalifah also faced such false prophets. Of particular interest is the claim by an Arab, named Musailama, to prophethood, during the latter part of the life of the Prophet (salullhu alaih wassalam). Although he simply claimed co-prophethood with the Prophet Muhammad (salullhu alaih wassalam) of Arabia and did not belie any other teaching of the Holy Quran, he and all of his mislead followers were declared out of the fold of Islam, by righteous believers. Under the leadership of Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique(RA) and with the unanimous consensus of all the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (salullhu alaih wassalam), a victorious war was waged against Musailama for using Islamic concepts and claiming prophethood. This should indeed be sufficient evidence to declare the Qadianis as non-Muslims.
In 1974, after an exhaustive examination of all the evidence presented for and against the Qadianis, the Muslim World League (Rabita Alame Islami) — which represents all religious scholars from every Muslim country of the world — passed an unanimous resolution declaring the Qadiani Movement and its leadership out of the fold of Islam. Indeed, “Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam” is a man-made organization with no divine authority or guidance.