What Happened?

There appears to be little more that can be said about the Ahmadiyya cult. We’ve shown time and time again that it is a cult. It controls its members, the Facebook ban being the most egregious example of this to the youth; it pressures its poor, sick and elderly to pay more on their earnings than its more able members (who are nevertheless taxed at an unIslamic rate); and most glaringly, their claims that the 1974 Pakistani National Assembly proceedings were some sort of conspiracy that if ever revealed would make half of Pakistan Qadiani were shown to be risible nonsense. What did you expect? That the world would end? Visions of Kool Aid spring to mind.

The only reason people stay within the cult of Ahmadiyya is social pressure and inertia. People have left in droves. Sure, most don’t leave as publicly as I do, given the abuse I’ve suffered (as have many others who left the cult), that’s not surprising, but the youth think it’s a load of nonsense, which of course it is. They’re increasingly drifting away, that’s when their cult leaders are not spying on their activities by creepily grabbing their Facebook pictures! And many are professing Islamic beliefs as they become increasingly exposed to Muslims and our ideas.

The only place left for the thinking Qadiani who doesn’t want to leave, is to do as a few have done, whom we know quite well, and that is to side with the Islamophobes in attacking Islam, in the same way that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the imposter, the dajjal did over a century ago.

There is Islam, then there is Qadianism (or any number of off-shoot sects). The information exists. Feel free to make your choice.

Shaikh Hamza Yusuf? Shaikh Abdal Hakim Murad? Or Mirza Masroor and his band of chanda-grabbing, lawsuit-flinging Islamophobes?

The choice is yours.

Be Sociable, Share!

3 thoughts on “What Happened?

  1. You are right Brother. I have come across a few Ahmadiyya cult’s Islamophobes, they are horrible to say the least in their envy.

  2. Brother Shahid

    I am sure many more would leave but it is fear, I know of one lady who said to me that she wish she could leave but she fears the impact it would have on her and her married daughters to Ahmadi men. Fear of broken homes, broken marriages and the list can go on…

  3. Asalamu Alaykum

    Check out this debate between Ahmadiyyah and Imam Shehryaar Sheikh in Toronto.

    Please post it on your site.


    Also, this is a decent channel

    I really liked Br. Farhan’s arguments awhile ago, where he said, the best way to go about this is to address the question: What did the early Muslims, Sahabah and scholars all believe about the finality of the Prophet (salalahu alayhi wasalam)? Were they open to someone else coming after the Prophet or not?

    I enjoyed Br. Farhan’s book “With love to the Ahmadiyyahs” – perhaps we can re-post it. I think it would be nice if you guys added to it (early Muslim beleifs) and then published it into a book. Contact these publishers: http://www.islamicbookstore.com/publisher.html

    BarakAllahu Feekum

Comments are closed.