How do the Mirzais interpret the Ayah,

Question No.8:

               How do the Mirzais interpret the Ayah,?

 Nullify their point of view. Moreover, how they interpret ?In the same way what they say about Hazrat Abu Mehzora’s (Razi Allah-o-Anho) saying ‘Azan’. Explain and reject their thesis?


                                  The Qadianies say that if Mirza Qadiani had been mischievous against God, he would have been killed within 23 years and his jugular vein would have been cut by God, because the Holy Prophet lined for 23 years after becoming Prophet. And the matter is concerned with his life of this world.

Reply No.1:      

               The context of the Ayah reveals that God’s this saying is not a rule. It is being said only to the Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam. It was said so because the Bible said: “If the coming Prophet says something false from his own self or makes false claim of Prophethood, he will be killed soon.” Bible says”

               “I will bring among them……a Prophet that will be like you. He (Muhammad SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam) will speak what I will say him to speak to the people. Then wherever will not listen to him, (Muhammad SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam, I will take him to account, but if a Prophet says that I have not said him to say, but instead he speaks from his own mind, or he invokes other gods, he will be killed.”(Old Testament, p.184, Kitab Istashna)

Reply No.2:                Suppose the rule is accepted, even then the rule will be for the true Prophets and not for the false Prophets. The rule will not be a hindrance concerning the time to be given to false Prophets. Pharoah, Namrood, Baha Ullah Irani, etc. claimed divinity and Prophethood, but they were given much time.

Reply No.3:               Mirza Qadiani is a liar in the lights of his own argument. Mirza Qadiani claimed Prophethood in 1901; his claim is controvercial because his believers were divided into two groups. The Lahori group does not consider him a Prophet. In his own mind, he thinks that his claim is above board. The Qadiani group accepts him as a Prophet. The group is of the opinion that Mirza Qadiani died in 1908. So, it proves that Mirza died of cholera, before the completion of 23 years. It proves that his claim was false.

Reply of 

               “Hazrat Usama (Razi Allah-o-Anho) went before the Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam and said, “I faced an infidel during war when he was in the range of my sword, he recited ‘Kalemah’. In spite of this, I killed him. At this the Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam said, “I SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam am not responsible for this act”. Hazrat Usama (Razi Allah-o-Anho) said, “O Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam, he recited the ‘Kalemah’ because he wanted to escape from being killed.” Then the Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam said, “Arabic” (How you seen his heart after splitting it?)

               The Qadianies refer to the tradition and argue that if a person recites ‘Kalemah’ apparently, he should be trusted. The reply to this argument is that of a person, about whom we do not know well, has something objectionable that may be inclined towards infidelity, care should be made in charging him of infidelity. Maximum effort should be made not to declare him as an infidel. Qadianies are in the wrong when they argue from this tradition because hundreds of writings prove his (Mirza Qadiani’s) infidelity. Moreover, he himself means blasphemous meaning. His writings explain his infidelity. So, there will be concensus of Muslim opinion in charging him of infidelity.


(Razi Allah-o-Anho)

               While Hazrat Abu Mahzarah (Razi Allah-o-Anho) was not young and he was playing. He had not accepted Islam by that time. When Hazrat Bilal (Razi Allah-o-Anho) starting calling for prayer (Azan), Hazrat Abu Mahzarah (Razi Allah-o-Anho) started copying him. At this Hazrat Muhammad SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam called at him and asked him to say ‘Azan’, when he reached at “Arabic”, he stopped. At the Holy Prophet’s SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam pursuation, he said those words also. The Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam pressed his hand on his chest and prayed for him. As a result, he began having the Holy Prophet SallAllah-o-Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam and became Muslim. From this tradition, the Qadianies take the argument that Hazrat Abu Mehzarah (Razi Allah-o-Anho) said ‘Azan’ while he was non-Muslim. They say that if they are non-Muslims, even then they should be allowed to say ‘Azan’.

Reply:             ‘Azan’ is the sign of the Muslims. Non-Muslims cannot be allowed to adopt this sign. If the non-Muslims are allowed to adopt Muslims’ signs, Islam will become a play thing. In the whole, history of Islam, no non-Muslim has ever called the Muslims for prayer. The day when Hazrat Abu Mahzarah (Razi Allah-o-Anho) copied Hazrat Bilal’s (Razi Allah-o-Anho) ‘Azan’, it was Hazrat Bilal (Razi Allah-o-Anho) who was calling for prayer.