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The founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) of Qadian who claimed under divine revelation to be the same Imam Mahdi and Promised Mesiah, whose advent was foretold by the Holy Prophet (saw). Those who have obeyed the Holy Prophet(saw), and have accepted the truth of the Promised Mesiah (as) are called Ahmadi Muslims. After the Promised Mesiah (as) passed away, the community has been guided by Khilafat by Allah's Blessing. There are Ahmadi Muslims in more than 200 countries all united under one Khalifa. Visit http://www.alislam.org and http://www.mta.tv Introduction to Ahmadiyyat (Urdu) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFSlI4CjB1s Islam Ahmadiyyat- Revival of Faith- Documentary (English) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dXC8BCRAzo

  • Which is worst for your teeth?

    Hot chocolate or tea- which one stains your teeth more and is overall most damaging to your teeth?

    On the flip side, what are the benefits of both (if any)?

    **Details:

    Regular hot chocolate- milk and 3 heaped table spoons of hot chocolate

    Tea- regular tea with 1 to 2 teaspoons of sugar.**

    Thanks!

    3 AnswersOther - Food & Drink7 years ago
  • Which is worst for your teeth?

    Hot chocolate or tea- which one stains your teeth more and is overall most damaging to your teeth?

    On the flip side, what are the benefits of both (if any)?

    **Details:

    Regular hot chocolate- milk and 3 heaped table spoons of hot chocolate

    Tea- regular tea with 1 to 2 teaspoons of sugar.**

    Thanks!

    2 AnswersDental7 years ago
  • What do you think of this qaseedah in love of the Holy Prophet (saw)?

    http://www.alislam.org/v/265.html

    It's recited in Arabic, but also translated in English and Urdu.

    It really touches the heart, does it touch yours?

    Wassalam

    4 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • What Hadith of the Prophet (saw) is fulfilled here?

    When Jesus (as) came to the Jews, they rejected him as the Messiah on the following basis:

    Book of Malachi Verse no 5 says:

    "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and terrible day of the LORD comes."

    Jews at this point were waiting for Elijah to physically come down from the skies. They asked Jesus (as) where is Elijah? And Jesus (as) replied that the prophecy of Elijah (as) had been fulfilled in another person- namely John the Baptist (as). -

    10: For this is he of whom it is written: 'Behold, I send My messenger before Thy face, who shall prepare Thy way before Thee.

    11: Truly, I say to you, among those born of women there has risen no one greater than JOHN THE BAPTIST; yet he who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.

    12: From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and men of violence take it by force.

    13: For all the prophets and the law prophesied until John;

    14: and IF YOU ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT IT, HE IS ELIJAH WHO IS COME

    15: HE WHO HAS EARS TO HEAR, LET HIM HEAR

    Jesus (as) a truthful prophet of God, called John the second coming of Elijah, which clearly shows what is meant when prophecies are made about the second coming of a prophet. But Jews lack(ed) a spiritual heart and spiritual eyes to take heed, and thus reject Jesus (as) as the Messiah, arrogantly and stubbornly saying that they will only accept Elijah to come down literally before they can accept Jesus.

    In Islam, there is also a prophecy by Muhammad (saw) about the second coming of a prophet-Jesus. Muslims also insist that this will be literal, and Jesus will literally come down from the skies himself, just like the Jews insisted Elijah must.

    But you will never see a change in the Sunnat of Allah as He States over and over in the Holy Quran. SubhanAllah.

    Question- what clear hadith do these similarities point towards?

    Wassalam

    7 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • What Hadith of the Prophet (saw) is fulfilled here?

    When Jesus (as) came to the Jews, they rejected him as the Messiah on the following basis:

    Book of Malachi Verse no 5 says:

    "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and terrible day of the LORD comes."

    Jews at this point were waiting for Elijah to physically come down from the skies. They asked Jesus (as) where is Elijah? And Jesus (as) replied that the prophecy of Elijah (as) had been fulfilled in another person- namely John the Baptist (as). -

    10: For this is he of whom it is written: 'Behold, I send My messenger before Thy face, who shall prepare Thy way before Thee.

    11: Truly, I say to you, among those born of women there has risen no one greater than JOHN THE BAPTIST; yet he who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.

    12: From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and men of violence take it by force.

    13: For all the prophets and the law prophesied until John;

    14: and IF YOU ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT IT, HE IS ELIJAH WHO IS COME

    15: HE WHO HAS EARS TO HEAR, LET HIM HEAR

    Jesus (as) a truthful prophet of God, called John the second coming of Elijah, which clearly shows what is meant when prophecies are made about the second coming of a prophet. But Jews lack(ed) a spiritual heart and spiritual eyes to take heed, and thus reject Jesus (as) as the Messiah, arrogantly and stubbornly saying that they will only accept Elijah to come down literally before they can accept Jesus.

    In Islam, there is also a prophecy by Muhammad (saw) about the second coming of a prophet-Jesus. Muslims also insist that this will be literal, and Jesus will literally come down from the skies himself, just like the Jews insisted Elijah must.

    But you will never see a change in the Sunnat of Allah as He States over and over in the Holy Quran. SubhanAllah.

    Question- what clear hadith do these similarities point towards?

    Wassalam

    1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
  • Such a beautiful scene: can you find such unity anywhere else in the Muslim world?

    Watch this entire video, it's only about 9 minutes-

    Faithful servants of the Holy Prophet (saw) who have fully obeyed him and accepted the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, taking their bai'at (pledge of allegiance) at the hands of their beloved Khalifa. All faithful believers united under one hand, one Imam, one Khalifa. Alhamdolillah.

    http://www.alislam.org/v/7909.html

    Khilafat is such a blessing and Allah (swt) has Promised it to the righteous only in the Holy Quran. The holy prophet (saw) has prophecised about it too-

    "Prophethood shall remain among you as long as Allah shall will. He will bring about its end and follow it with Khilafat on the precepts of prophethood for as long as He shall will and then bring about its end. A tyrannical monarchy will then follow and will remain as long as Allah shall will and then come to an end. There will follow thereafter monarchial despotism to last as long as Allah shall will and come to an end upon His decree. There will then emerge Khilafat on precept of Prophethood." The Holy Prophet said no more (Masnad Ahmad).

    Prophet (saw) the Imam is a shield. Is this shield found anywhere in the Muslim world today?

    Wassalam.

    6 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • Who stated these words in the love of Prophet Muhammad (saw)?

    Do you know who wrote these beautiful words describing the exalted status of the Holy Prophet (sallalahu alaihi wasallam)? -

    "That light of high degree that was bestowed on the perfect many was not in angels, was not in stars, was not in the moon, was not in the sun, was not in the oceans and the rivers, was not in rubies, emeralds, sapphires, or pearls; in short, it was not in any earthly or heavenly object. It was only in the perfect man whose highest and loftiest and most perfect example was our lord and master, the Chief of the Prophets, the Chief of all living ones, Muhammad, the chosen one, [peace and blessings of Allah be upon him]"

    Wassalam.

    3 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • Is this yet another proof of Jesus' death?

    Are these words of Jesus yet another proof that Jesus (as) is dead? -

    [Quran 19:31] And He has made me blessed wherever I am and has enjoined upon me prayer and zakah as long as I remain alive.

    To all my Muslim brothers and sisters, have you ever read the Holy Quran for yourself and tried to understand it?

    There are many other Verses that prove the death of Jesus but for now to make it an easy question (since no one ever bothers to answer the actual question) I am sticking to one Verse.

    Since the belief held by majority of Muslims is that Jesus bodily went to heaven and is alive there for 2000+ years, then in line with this verse, who has Jesus been paying zakat to for 2000 years? To dead people? Obviously not.

    How would you explain this? Please try and answer in your own words.

    JazakAllah.

    6 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • What conclusion can we draw from the fulfillment of this prophecy?

    The Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said "... my people will be divided into 73 sections, ALL of them WILL BE IN THE FIRE EXCEPT ONE." The companions asked, 'Who are they O Messenger of Allah,' Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said, "They are those who will be like me and my companions."

    >>So according to the holy prophet (saw) **72 are in the fire** and **1 is the saved jamaat**.

    This prophecy was literally fulfilled when scholars of all sects got together and issued a fatwa against one jamaat:

    "Throughout the history of Islam, such an overwhelming complete consensus has never been reached on any important topic... "Excluding Qadianis [a term used for Ahmadis by other Muslims] ALL THE REST OF 72 SECTS which are considered to be of Muslims, agreed and are happy on the solution of this affair" - editorial published in Urdu in Pakistani daily newspaper "Nawai Waqt" 10th Oct 1974.

    The words of the holy prophet (saw) were bound to be fulfilled. Why do majority of Muslims ignore this and pretend it never happened?

    [Please stick to the question asked rather than changing the subject. JazakAllah, wassalam].

    6 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • What are the answers to these questions about Jesus?

    Jesus (pbuh) is dead according to Islam. However, majority of Muslims following the Christians are stubbornly stuck with the belief that he is still alive for 2000+ years. More details here http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201...

    A user told me the death of Jesus (pbuh) is an incorrect belief and quoted Quran 3:55 as evidence that Jesus went to the heavens. I asked 3 very simple questions but did not receive a reply so I will ask here for all Muslims to answer inshaAllah.

    1) What does 'wafaat' mean other than death?

    2) Can you tell me why you take 'rafa' to mean raising physically when we pray for our 'rafa' (exaltation in rank) in our salat daily (sitting position between two sujood). 'Allahummaghfirli warhamni wahdini wa'afini WARFA'NI wajburni warzuqni' meaning: O Allah, forgive me, and have mercy on me, and guide me, and grant me security, AND RAISE ME UP, and make good for me my shortcoming, and provide for me. Does this mean we are asking Allah to physically raise us in the sky, or to exalt us spiritually?

    3) Which direction did Jesus fly to? Usually when asked, people say the sky. Can you please tell me why in your supposedly correct belief, Allah is limited as someone sitting high in the sky and so the higher we go in the sky, the closer we get to Him physically?? How is giving Allah (SWT) a physical body anything to do with Islam?

    Please stick to only these 3 questions for now. JazakAllah

    5 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • Can true unity and worldwide peace be established through the message of the Khalifa of Islam?

    His Holiness Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community constantly informs the world about the true peaceful message of Islam. He provides all the solutions to the current problems the world is facing. Do you think we would all benefit by taking guidance from his words of wisdom? Should we all join him in this search for peace?

    6 AnswersRamadan7 years ago
  • Can true unity and worldwide peace be established through the message of the Khalifa of Islam?

    His Holiness Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community constantly informs the world about the true peaceful message of Islam. He provides all the solutions to the current problems the world is facing. Do you think we would all benefit by taking guidance from his words of wisdom? Should we all join him in this search for peace?

    5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
  • Will Prophet Isa (as) be ignorant of what his followers did after his death?

    Allah Ta'ala tells us about what Prophet Isa's response will be on the Day of Judgment when questioned about what his followers did after him.

    [5:116-117] And when Allah will say, “O Jesus, son of Mary, didst thou say to men, ‘Take me and my mother for two gods beside Allah?’”, he will answer, “Holy art Thou. I could never say that to which I had no right. If I had said it, Thou wouldst have surely known it. Thou knowest what is in my mind, and I know not what is in Thy mind. It is only Thou Who art the Knower of hidden things.

    “I said nothing to them except that which Thou didst command me — ‘Worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord.’ AND I WAS A WITNESS OVER THEM AS LONG AS I REMAINED AMONG THEM, BUT SINCE THOU DIDST CAUSE ME TO DIE, THOU HAST BEEN THE WATCHER OVER THEM; and Thou art Witness over all things.

    So it's clear that Christians were destined to go astray AFTER Hadhrat Isa's death and corrupt his teaching (false concepts such as trinity etc). Since Hadhrat Isa (as) has clearly died, how should we interpret the prophecies of the Holy Prophet (saw) about the 2nd coming of Isa (as)?

    JazakAllah

    8 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • What is the best oil to use?

    I know the holy prophet (saw) used to apply oil in his hair too to keep it healthy.

    So from all the oils out there which one has the most benefits? Does using oil in your hair make your hair grow longer fast or is this a myth? Do you have any personal experience? JazakAllah!

    7 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • How have your parents helped you fulfil your duties as a Muslim?

    What morals/values, education or advice have they given you to help you grow closer to Islam and Allah Taala? Or what example have they set individually that has influenced you in a positive way?

    You can mention anything from teaching you Quran to teaching kindness to others and you can be as detailed or as brief as you like.

    5 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • What preparations have you/will you do for Ramadhan?

    So you all engage in asking pointless questions here and wasting time discussing shallow/wordly things that have nothing to do with Islam.

    Here's a question: What preparations have you done for Ramadhan, and what resolutions have you made (if any), such as letting go of bad habits/weaknesses and so on, perhaps starting in the month of Ramadhan?

    7 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • What does Quran 16:20-21 mean?

    "And those on whom they call beside Allah create not anything, but they are themselves created. They are dead, not living; and they know not when they will be raised."

    As we all know, Christians call upon Hadrat Isa (as). Does this mean that Hadrat Isa (as) has died? taking into account the many other Verses of the Holy Quran that prove the death of Hadrat Isa (as).

    7 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • Is Muhammad (saw) the last messenger?

    Hey I was just answering this question and it got deleted, so I am posting my answer here for all Muslims to understand InshAllah.

    Nowhere in the Holy Quran does Allah SWT say that Prophets won't come after Prophet Muhammad (saw).

    "Khataman nabiyeen" means the Seal of Prophets. Muhammad (saw) was the ultimate prophet for all times, including those that came before him, and even before the first Prophet was sent to the world.

    The term also means that prophet Muhammad (saw) was the best of all prophets and that the Holy Quran is the final word of God Almighty. Religion is perfected with the arrival of Islam and there will be no new Divine Law after the Holy Quran.

    Therefore, any prophet that comes after Prophet Muhammad (saw) will be a Muslim and will follow Islam and cannot in any way or form teach anything contrary to the Holy Quran. Prophethood is a geat Blessing from God Almighty and we as humans have no right to put an end to it.

    7 AnswersRamadan8 years ago
  • Christians what happens to people that lived before Jesus?

    Do they all go to hell since they never took Jesus (peace be upon him) as their lord and saviour?

    14 AnswersReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • Christians according to your belief what happens to the people that lived before Jesus?

    Do they all go to hell since they never took Jesus (peace be upon him) as their lord and saviour?

    7 AnswersRamadan8 years ago