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Salamun 'Alaykum

The follow-up question below was kindly answered by Mulla Bashir.

Fee Amaanillah,

Akil Karim
Moderator - 'Aalim Network

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The following question was asked on another e-mail group.  I cannot answer
the question from my own knowledge so I post it to abdg-a for help.

The fatwah on Ahmadiyyah was poorly argued and unattested by real evidence,
but there's no point in getting in that now.

My question:  Are Lahori Ahmadis kafirs even though they reject the belief
that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a prophet?  If Lahori Ahmadis are not Muslims,
please explain how this is so, since they deny neither the Khatm
an-Nabiyeen nor Allah's Tawheed.


To accept as a leader religious, a person who claimed to be a prophet in
succession to the Holy Prophet (SAWA) would place one in the same category
as a person who accepts his claim to be true. 

The splinter group of the Lahori Ahmadiyyas cannot be distinguished from
the juridical point of view from the group which accepts Mirza Gulam
Ahmad's claim to prophethood. Had they chosen another leader, and had they
openly denounced Mirza Gulam Ahmad as someone who had falsely claimed
prophethood, it would have been a different case. In that case they would
not have called themselves Ahmadiyyas.

With salaams and du'aas from a humble servant of Ahlul Bayt and their
followers, and with a request to be remembered by you in your prayers,

Bashir Rahim

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