QADIANI’S WEAPON AND Z.A BHUTTO’S VISION

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Qadiyanis were created as a strategic weapon during the British Rule in India as part of the ‘psychological warfare’. It happened when invading or occupying powers need local collaborators to do their dirty jobs for example similar kind of group was created in Vietnam by the US but not on religious lines, a minority group was also patronised by the Israelis in South Lebanon, which was later abandoned. US also patronised a group in Iraqi Kurdistan. Now Qadiyanis are like ‘decommissioned ship’ permanently harboured in London waiting desperately to be re-used”, said a senior analyst.

Here is what British Intelligence (Punjab Office Version) reported in 1919: “The Growth and Development of The Ahmadya Movement (1919)”:

“They (Qadiyanis) took NO part in the Muhammadan agitation over the Turkish question beyond expressing the opinion that consideration should be paid to the feelings of the Muhammadan world, and admitted frankly that they owned no spiritual allegiance to the Sultan (of Turkey), but recognized as their temporal sovereign the Power (British) under whose rule they lived. They were opposed to the ‘hijrat’ movement, maintaining that Islamic conditions governing the necessity for ‘hijrat’ had not been fulfilled.

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  1. If one has a little common sense can easily understand through the lines given under as a proof against Ahmadis are actually a PROFF OF THE WISDOM AND SINCERITY OF AHMADIS FOR THE CAUS OF ISLAM:
    They (Qadiyanis) took NO part in the Muhammadan agitation over the Turkish question beyond expressing the opinion that consideration should be paid to the feelings of the Muhammadan world, and admitted frankly that they owned no spiritual allegiance to the Sultan (of Turkey), but recognized as their temporal sovereign the Power (British) under whose rule they lived. They were opposed to the ‘hijrat’ movement, maintaining that Islamic conditions governing the necessity for ‘hijrat’ had not been fulfilled.
    The Khilfat and non-cooperation movements found them to be firmly on the side of (British) Government (in India). The Qadiyani section published pamphlets on the “Turkish Peace and “Non-cooperation and Islam”, in which non-cooperation, ‘hijrat (migration)’ and ‘Jehad’ were unqualifyingly condemned. Throughout the Punjab disturbances of 1919 they (Qadiyanis) remained loyal to the (British Government).”
    One can ask did the above mentioned agitated activities prove fruitful for the cause of Muslim Umma or harmed. The answer is clear cut NO. Muslim were blind who under the leadership of a Hindu wanted to establish an Islamic highest Institution after Nabwat i.e. Khilafat. They are still being misguided by such pseudo Danishwars who is trying just to blame Ahmadis an absolutely wrong analogy. May God save the Muslim from such Intelligentsia from those hands thez are suffering since centuries.

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