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Ahmadis: Love for All, Hatred for None

In a recent e-mail to the Amir Sahib of Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam, Kerala, the Ahmadiyya Youth Movement of South Kerala wrote:


We, at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, firmly believe that its time for we all to think about what we have been doing. For the past 122 years we have been working on this goal of restoring love, peace and brotherhood across the globe. Our mission is to instill our motto inside every human being on earth which is "Love for All, Hatred For None" which as you can perhaps understand, is today, the need of the hour".

People should be forgiven if they thought the Ahmadiyya Community means what it says. For, they swear by peace, love and empathy for all mankind. And yet, ironically, the same people cut off blood relations even as they speak of fostering universal brotherhood.

To those who really do not know, issues may be hazy and unbelievable. Yet, for those who are knowledgeable, everything is absolutely clear:

This message of peace and fraternity is an empty slogan. It is apparently and merely for public consumption- hoodwinking the public through noble words! It has nothing to do with their inner working philosophy, or actual deeds in practice. What do they exhort common Ahmadis in their mosques?

Ahmadis cannot and should not invite a member of the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam to any of the social/family functions, including weddings. Even if the persons happen to be blood relations, they cannot be invited except at the cost of consequences, including expulsion from the system of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat! Thus, the Ulema have no problem and common Ahmadis are free to invite atheists, agnostics, polytheists, nature worshippers, Hindus, Christians and other Muslims to their social/ family functions!

Yet,common Ahmadis are not allowed to invite some one who says “Alaihissalam” when he hears the name of the Promised Massih Hadhrat Ahmad (as)! Had it not been for the tragic destruction of the teachings of Hadhrat Ahmad (as), the antics of the Ahmadi Ulema could have been dismissed as a mere joke! Yet, what a joke it is! The leadership is trying to save Ahmadiyyat by destroying the teachings of Hadhrat Ahmad (as)?!

Are you seeking to foster universal brotherhood by cutting off blood relations?! You preach “love for all, hatred for none”. Yet, you have no qualms about injecting hatred into the minds of common people by your un-Islamic orders! Indeed, social boycotts are not Islamic, they are Satanic: the practice of Kafreen in the time of an Elect of Allah, says the Holy Qur'an. The Holy Prophet (sa) never practiced it, he was a victim of it at the hands of the satanic forces of the Day. Whom are you trying to emulate by doing what you are doing?

Alas, the Imaan of Ahmadis have gone back to the Pleiades! Why should Allah send an Elect of His if their Imaan was still around in the Earth?

The e-mail was written in the name of God and His religion. For the sake of God and Islam, please reflect on what the Holy Qur’an says:

 “O ye who believe, why do you say what you do not do?




 Most hateful is it in the sight of Allah that you say what you do not do”.  (61:3-4)




For a larger review of the politics of Boycott by Ahmadi elites, click here

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