Which Ahmediyyat?

In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful

Speaking as a non-Ahmedi Ahmedi, I was always taught that Ahmediyyat is the only united Islam, that we have a unified movement. I was told that there was only one split in Ahmediyyat. But there are more than just two kinds, there are many!

Today we are going to go through a list of various Ahmediyyat sects and groups.

The first in the lineup is the Jamaat Ahmediyyat Islah Pasand. They follow Abdul Ghaffar Janbah, who says he is Ghulam-e-Massihuzaman (Musleh Maud) and Khalifatullah. Here is a trailer of their fourth Jalsa Salana.

He frequently says that Allah has given him revelation, prophecies and other ilhams. He gained enough attention and popularity to openly debate the Ansar Raza Saab. The title of this debate is “Debate between Dr Aamir and Moulvi Ansar Raza”.

The second group is the Ahmediyyat Community, led by UK-based Mirza Masroor Ahmed. He also claims to be Khalifatullah. Here is a picture of him with the Ontarian Premier.


His website is http://www.alislam.org/

The third in our line-up is Green Ahmediyyat, founded by Mirza Rafi Ahmed, whom they call “Mahmood-e-Sani Confidant of Ayub-e-Ahmadiyyat Harzrat Sahibzada Mirza Rafi Ahmed (AS)”. He is pictured below.

Their website is http://greenahmadiyyat.org/

Fourth is Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam. It is headed by Munir Ahmad Azim. In addition to the previously mentioned, he also claims to be Khalifatullah. They claim that the sect of Mirza Masroor Ahmed is persecuting him and his followers.

What I like about this group is that they not say that Mirza Masroor Ahmed is not following the true teachings of Ahmediyyat, but neither is Abdul Ghaffar Janbah. A recent blog post argues exactly that, you can read it here: http://sahih-al-islam.blogspot.com/2014/03/musleh-maoud-declaration-of-20-february.html

Their official website is: http://www.jamaat-ul-sahih-al-islam.com/.

Fifth on the list is the Jamaat Ahmadiyya Al-Mouslemeen. They are headed by Zafrullah Domun, who also claims to be the Khalifatullah. He is pictured below:


They claim to be the true followers of Ahmediyyat and ague that the mainstream Ahmedis and their leaders have gone astray. He has written an open letter to the leaders of the mainstream Ahmedi sect.

His community’s website is: http://www.jaam-international.org/

Sixth on our list is Jamaat Ahmediyyat Haqiqi, led by Nasir Ahmad Sultani, pictured below. He also claims to be true Khalifatullah and a divine reformer of the Ahmediyyat.


At least he has the same pagri style as Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Sahib!

Here is a video of him giving one of his khutbahs

He also held a debate with Ansar Raza Sahib here:

This Jamaat is growing and has converted many from the followers of Mirza Masroor Ahmed. His website, http://al-ahmadiyyat.com/official/ boasts many converts from other Ahmediyya sects.

Seventh is Anwar-ul Islam Nigeria. They were formerly part of the sect of Mirza Masroor Ahmed Sahib, but broke apart to establish their own autonomy in Nigeria. The details are unclear, but the dispute arose because of a legal battle between Masroor Sahib’s sect and the Nigerian community, which eventually led to a division. Their website is here: http://www.anwarulislam.com/

Finally is the famous Lahori Sect, officially known as Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha’at-e-Islam Lahore, founded by Maulana Muhammad Ali. He argued that his interpretations of the teachings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed are the true teachings and the Qadian-based sects do not truly follow his teachings. He is pictured below, preaching in Karachi in the 1940s.


You can find more early Lahori pictures: http://ahmadiyya.org/photos/hist-ind.htm

Their official website is here: http://www.aaiil.org/

So take your pick! Which Ahmediyyat sect do you want to follow!

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Will the real Ahmedi Mullah please stand up!!!

We hope and pray that Ahmedis will see the ridiculousness of this false religion and come back to the original Islam. Do not follow new religions and sects! Ameen!!!

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21 thoughts on “Which Ahmediyyat?

  1. 1. Surely a Movement with millions of followers would be no1? The other people you mention may have one or two followers, perhaps three even 🙂

    2. Also seventh comes after sixth, not fifth.

    3. Also it’s Ahmadiyyat not Ahmediyyat. Heard of Mujaddid Alif Sani?

    This site really has gone down hill. Who put this post up? C’mon own up!

    • Ahmedi leaders always say it is not the number of followers that makes you right, because then Christians are more than Muslims. But now you are saying you are true because there are more of Sect #2 than other sects? Is your basis of truth the number of followers? If so, Islam has more followers than the Ahmediyyat religion!

      I presume you are part of sect #2. Leave it! We welcome you to Islam!

      • Also do you wish to refer to Ahmadiyyat as Ahmediyyat out of arrogance? Do you refer to Sunnis as Sennis?

        Thought not.

        • I posted this on behalf of “Non-Ahmedi Ahmedi”

          Perhaps he was not a native speaker of English. If the spelling genuinely offends you or your community, I do not mind changing it.

          • The rest of his English seems just fine. It’s always the ‘addressing the Ahmadi Muslim’ part you guys have problems with. May Allah help you lose the ego.

            Will you not be posting my two paragraph response to you? C’mon Farhan this is the first time I’m responding on this blog. I feel as if you want me to leave already.

            Anyway looking at the seven options I think I would go with the white beard, fair skin and Noor. Wisdom, piety and awesome knowledge.

            May Allah guide you all.

          • Ameen, may Allah help me destroy my ego. Its a major struggle…

            I stopped debating Ahmadis about a year and a half ago (more?), so I do not wish to re-engage in back-and-forth debates like I used to. As it always has, time will take care of this for us.

            If you feel comfortable, please leave your real email in your next comment in the email address. Perhaps we can talk off-line. There are a few comments you made that I would like to get clarification on – nothing serious, you don’t have to if you don’t want to.

            May Allah guide us and bless us all, and unite us all in Jannah. Ameen.

          • If you wish to get clarification on any of my comments why don’t you openly discuss them right here on this blog where I posted them? I’d rather discuss Ahmadiyyat with you in public so that any unbiased person can decide for themselves what is truthful. But then again you have a habit of picking and choosing comments it seems. Also I’m a little hesitant in giving out my real email address as I know they are easily hacked these days.

            Let’s discuss the comments you need clarification on? Repost my comment…

          • I was not going to discuss the Ahmadiyya religion with you. But if you don’t feel comfortable, that’s fine. No worries 🙂

            May Allah give you Jannat al-Firdaws. Ameen.

          • @ Ahmadi

            Why are you an Ahmadi???

            Who killed Lekh Ram??

            I need clarification from you on these questions.

            The Rash

          • @ Ahmadi

            You are bold. So are your leaders. Currently, you people have a strong lobby in Washington D.C.. Your clan has been paying off political figures since 1889.

            Dont throw rocks if you live in a glass house!

            The Rash

        • @Ahmadi

          Really? Are you serious?? Is that your complaint here??

          Start talking about the real issues.

          1. Did MGA’s father-in-law write a biography?? If so, how did he describe the death of MGA???

          The Rash

  2. Also the video of the guy giving a khutba you have put up seems to have just one person in the audience. Is it his Mrs?

    Just curious.

    • These groups may be small but Ahmediyya cult was small too…..and grew by trapping the innocent and gullible, under pretext of offering asylum in foreign lands, jobs, financial aid, etc. all provided by their masters.

    • @ Ahmadi

      Thats a common Ahmadi argument against their own splinter sects….

      “Oh…they are just a few”. —-All Ahmadis

      Muhammad Ali pretty much told the world that Mirza mahmud Ahmad was a thief.

  3. He/She did say * SURELY * a movement with * millions * of followers would be No1.. which clearly depicts their mentality of putting numbers into righteousness.

    Firstly, you are not even close to 500,000. < still too huge a figure, but for the sake of your obsession with numbers lets accept it.

    Second, even if you continue to jump from one million to another that would never prove you to be on the right path..your teachings and findings are too deluded and questionable that it takes a kid to sum up a conclusion that ahmadiyyat has NOTHING to do with Islam..

  4. Guys, of all these 7 sects of Ahmaddiyyat, do all of them believe in MGA to be a prophet? or one or two have varying beliefs?
    I’m a little confused by the 5th sect. Are their beliefs in support of Lahori Ahmaddiyah instead?
    Or are all these sects further divisions among the main Stream sect?

  5. It truly is surprising there are smaller sects in Ahmadiyyat. I believe the mainstream Muslims are all united in one body and has a one spiritual guidance. There is no sectarian killings anywhere, what you see on TV is actually fake/Graphics being played to give bad name to our beloved Ummah.

    EL Poco- The Epic Poko.

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