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Press Report in Kerala on the Divine Manifestation

Leading Malayalam Daily, Madhyamam, published an article on the Divine Manifestion in Mauritus and the Kerala disciples of the new Prophet of Allah on May 15, 2011.



In the Qadiani sect of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat, the appearance of a new claimant to Prophethood has become a controversy.  Munir Ahmad Azim of Mauritius is the one who claims that he is a Messenger of Allah and the Reformer of the Fifteenth Century. Through his website, he has proclaimed that he is a recipient of divine revelations in English, French, German, Arabic and other languages and that the revelations contain mainly warnings  against the guilty ones of the age.

Many Indian and Pakistani Ahmadis have joined the fold of Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam founded by Azim. In Kerala also, its local branches have been established. Amir Jamaluddin Raother (of Kollam) informs that more than 20 Ahmadis from Karunagappally, Alappuzha, Kannur and Mathra have become members in the new movement. Qadiani writer E. Tahir (of Kannur) and his family are among them.

The current Divine Manifestation in Mauritius recognizes the Qadiani Prophet and claims that he is sent for this Century.

As a response to the claim of a Qadiani missionary that the death of the young son of the Kerala Amir is due to accepting the new Prophet, a Mubahala challenge has been issued against the missionary, according to the information available at the website.

  © Madhyamam (Malayalam) Daily, Calicut Edition, May 15, 2011


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