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Whither Kerala Ahmadis?



The news is spreading like wildfire in Kerala. That Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib (atba) of Mauritius is a recipient of divine revelations and that his teachings and instructions are well within the guidance of the Promised Massih Hadhrat Ahmad (as). In spite of the Jamaat establishment doing all that it could to nip this message in the bud, Allah has elevated him as a Messenger of His in this age and his mission is thriving and progressing by leaps and bounds.The institutionalization of Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam in Kerala has sent shockwaves down the spine of the Kerala Ahmadiyya establishment. For the Ahmadiyya establishment is wary of  and worried about the powerful sway of truth and its ability to swing the general Ahmadi opinion on the matter. 

To tackle the new ‘threat’, the establishment is adopting a comprehensive strategy: misguide people through all methods possible! Thus, the Maulanas are continuously writing in their official magazines that Allah shall never send an Elect of His in future and that the Ahmadiyya Khilafat is the permanent divine institution for all time to come.


Secondly, the Maulanas are spreading false information about the new Massih and his disciples in Kerala. In spite of claiming to belong to the Jamaat of the Promised Massih (as), they have no qualms about indulging in such cheap tactics. After the Kerala disciples of Hadhrat Sahib organized their first public meeting recently to explain their mission, and the programme became a huge success with all sorts of groups showing interest on the message, the Ahmadi Maulvis went to town telling common Ahmadis that the disciples of the new  Massih were working in collaboration with the worst enemies of the Jamaat!


In a recent speech, Hadhrat Khalifatullah (atba) noted this phenomenon:

“Only because a handful of our Sahih al Islam members in Kerala has done an excellent job in spreading the message of Islam and spreading the good words of the coming of an Elect of Allah in this era, some disease-filled Ahmadi Mullahs have not hesitated to create uproar in Kerala, voicing out falsehoods, by spreading the word that it is the non-Ahmadis (the Anjuman Ishaat-e-Islam) who have promoted the Public Meeting in Kodiyathoor.

They seem to see it in a suspicious eye that non-Ahmadis were present in the Meeting. Now, the message of Allah and his Messenger is for all people, not just Ahmadis. The Ahmadis have already believed in the Promised Messiah (as) while the other Muslims have not. Therefore, by attending the meeting, these other Muslims are entitled to receive the message that confirms the veracity of the Promised Messiah Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) and to also be aware and come forward to accept the new Messiah, the Khalifatullah of this era.

The Ahmadi Mullahs who have levelled such accusations should come forward and take the name of Allah and prove that the Anjuman Ishaat-e-Islam or any other sect have organised the Public Meeting in Kerala. Even if the Anjuman Ishaat-e-Islam were to help in the preparation of this Public Meeting, then what harm is there in it? The Ahmadis should have been happy that the non-Ahmadis are finally coping in brotherhood with other Ahmadis/Sahih al Islam so as to reunite all people in the place to listen to the message of Allah and His Messenger!

Before, the Ahmadiyya Jamaat used to say that others (the other Muslim sects) were jealous of their progress etc., now what are they doing? They are becoming worst than these other Muslims, creating obstacles in the path of the new Messenger of Allah.

These Ahmadi Mullahs have to beware (lest the wrath of Allah befalls them), because they think that they are attacking the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam, His Messenger (Khalifatullah) and the disciples of the Khalifatullah, but verily they are attacking Allah Who is the One who sent His Khalifa (Khalifatullah) to spread His message, not only to Ahmadi Muslims, but to all Muslims and humanity as a whole”.

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