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Zaki Ghulam: Open Challenge to Janbah Sahib


In articles published here on May 02-03, 2011, we have dismantled Abdul Gaffer Janbah Sahib’s theory that Khalifa Sani met with divine punishment for false claimants of revelation. We concluded that by all rational considerations, the case of Khalifa Sani cannot be included in that category. The analysis clearly showed that Janbah Sahib has failed to understand the real importance and objective of the Qur’anic verses on divine punishment for fake claimants in spite of claiming to be the Imam of the Age.

In his Friday sermon of March 25, 2011, Hadhrat Khalifathullah Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib once again explained the fallacies in the argument of Janbah Sahib and his disciple Mansoor Ahmad Sahib who wrote the essay "Lion of God". Hadhrat Khalifathullah then publicly challenged Abdul Ghaffer Janbah Sahib who claims to be the Mujaddid of the Age to show the courage of conviction and come out in the open and enter “the battlefield” and categorically stated thatwe shall see whom Allah shall support and help”.


Read the extracts from the Sermon:


“By trying to dirt the memory and claim of Khalifa Sani as Musleh Maoud, not only does Janbah Sahib is questioning the decision of Allah as to the appointment of a biological son of the Promised Messiah, but also he clearly contradicts the claim of the Promised Messiah (as) that from among his “seed” (biological progeny) there shall be one who shall be the “Zaki Ghulam” of his time, the Promised Son and also Musleh.


Janbah Sahib is adamant to say that there can be only one “Zaki Ghulam” – one Musleh Maoud from the prophecies of the Promised Messiah (as), not two or more. But it is evident from the prophecies of the Promised Messiah (as) that there shall be more promised ones who shall come (Mujaddid and Messengers as per the promise of the Qur’anIs not the Promised Messiah one of the true guardian of the Holy Qur’an and the one to confirm it?). One was from his very own seed (biological progeny), and others who shall be from among his followers, who shall be the true guardians of his spiritual legacy.


I, for one have come in fulfilment of that promise and to uphold his Jamaat, Allah had promised His Messiah (as) that He shall raise someone from his own Jamaat with the Holy Spirit (Al-Wassiyat p.9). I am the spiritual son of the Promised Messiah (as) and also the fulfilment of the spiritual side of the prophecy of Zaki Ghulam. I have come not to abolish the claim of Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad (ra) but to reinforce it with the help of Allah. Allah is witness over my words and His support of this humble self is enough! I do not need people to attend to me. Should they believe, it will be good for their own souls, if they go against the decisions and supremacy of Allah as to His right to choose whom He wants to be His Messenger, then their affair rests with Allah.


But all in all, the TRUTH shall be manifested definitely and the day will come when the real truth-seekers shall come to realise that a Messenger comes not to force someone to believe, but rather to pass on the message; should they believe, it will be good for them, if not… just too bad! The passions of man are innumerable. I hope that Janbah Sahib is not overcome by his passions as to condemn a claimant of revelation (especially in the own Jamaat of the Promised Messiah (as)), especially one whom he followed until his own proclamation as being the real Musleh Maoud (and labelling the first claimant to “Musleh Maoud” as false).


I invite Janbah Sahib to personally come forward and not through one of his disciples; let him come forward in this battlefield and say that he is that Zaki Ghulam promised by Allah to His Promised Messiah (as), the same Zaki Ghulam (Musleh Maoud) about whom Allah revealed to the Messiah in Hoshiarpur, the same son who shall be from his seed. He says that there can be only one Musleh maoud, then let him come forward in this challenge personally and he declares that he is the truthful one and that I am the false one, and we shall see whom Allah shall support and help.


Let him come forward and say that the promised son who is Zaki Ghulam and Musleh Maoud is himself. The miracle of that special birth which the Promised Messiah wanted to make known is to be from his own biological progeny; then let Janbah Sahib come forward and say that he himself that biological and spiritual son of the Promised Messiah (as); that this biological son and Zaki Ghulam was not the second Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Movement, but let him say that that person is himself and let him say also that both Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad and I are liars and false; but he must come alone and not pass messages through his disciple to say that! If he says he is a Zaki Ghulam, then let him come forward as a Zaki Ghulam!


[Summary of the Friday Sermon of March 25, 2011 is available @:

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