The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement Blog


New area: Miracles, Myths, Mistakes and MattersSee Title Page and List of Contents

latest, 9th July 2018: Can Muslims (-women) marry Non-Believers


See: Project Rebuttal: What the West needs to know about Islam

Refuting the gross distortion and misrepresentation of the Quran, the Prophet Muhammad and Islam, made by the critics of Islam

Read: Background to the Project

List of all Issues | Summary 1 | Summary 2 | Summary 3‎ — completed, 28th June 2013


June 26th, 2010

LAM articles on our critics blog

Submitted by Rashid Jahangiri.


Qadianis Declare Other Muslims as Kafir
In Anti Ahmadiies on June 21, 2010 at 5:58 am

During Goggling I found following piece from not any other place but from Lahori Ahmadiya Group website.

See link.

2 Responses to “LAM articles on our critics blog”

  1. June 26th, 2010 at 2:21 pm
    From Zahid Aziz:

    When someone wants to argue against some group’s beliefs, it should be done from the point of view of the critic’s own beliefs, not from the point of view of someone else’s beliefs. They have quoted a Lahori article (mine in this case) against Qadianis, but mine is written from the point of view that Lahori positive beliefs are correct. Do they accept that? I am sure you can find articles by some atheist against Qadianis, or by some Christian against Qadianis, written from their own perspectives. Would they quote those articles, and accept that the perspective of the atheist or the Christian against Qadianis was correct?

    And as to the anti-Ahmadiyya tactic of quoting Lahoris against Qadianis, and Qadianis against Lahoris, to prove both wrong, atheists could and probably do quote Christians against Muslims, and Muslims against Christians, and then say that this proves both to be wrong.

    Have the intelligence to write your own articles, not only against someone else, but also proving your beliefs to be true?

    What will Allah ask the anti-Ahmadiyya on the Day of Judgment? Will he ask them what are Qadiani beliefs, what are Lahori beliefs, or what were your own beliefs and actions?


  2. What Zahid Aziz wrote above, must be engraved in gold. Thank you for outlining such fair standards in cross-belief dialogue and debate.


Leave a Reply