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Points to follow if you want Islam to spread

Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:12 PM (#1) User is offline   yahya01 

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1. Remain peaceful, loyal and law abiding in any country you live in. If situation is bad, simply migrate (do not start blowing up things :)). Give a good impression of your faith to the host society.

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Harper says new mosque shows 'the true and benevolent face of Islam'

CALGARY - Canada's newest and largest mosque opened Saturday in Calgary, praised by Prime Minister Stephen Harper as an "architectural treasure."
 
Harper also strongly defended the Ahmadiyya community - an offshoot Muslim sect persecuted in some countries - for building a mosque that demonstrates "the true and benevolent face of Islam."

"This community knows first-hand what it is to experience persecution and discrimination based on your religious beliefs," he said following a tour of the sprawling mosque complex.

 

2. Do good for society.

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Oslo: Muslims clean the streets on New Year's

The Ahmadiyya community in Oslo has been running their New Year's clean up operation for the past five years.

 

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Humanity First fulfils promise to victims of Pakistan Earthquake by opening a state of the art Neurosurgery Operating Theatre

 

Note: This is in a country which bitterly persecutes Ahmadis.

2. Initiate a renaissance in science and technology.

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SUPARCO - The National Space Agency of Pakistan

In 1961, on the advice of Prof. Abdus Salam, the then Scientific Adviser to the President of Pakistan, it was decided to set up a Committee dealing with space sciences. Initially the Space Sciences Research Wing had the following members:
 
 Prof Abdus Salam, FRS - Chairman
 Dr I H Usmani, Chairman PAEC - Vice-Chairman
 Mr Sibte Nabi Naqvi, Director, Pakistan Meteorological Department - Member
 Dr Innas Ali, Member PAEC - Member
 
On 07 June 1962 at 1953 hours the two-stage rocket: Rehbar-I consisting of a Nike-Cajun combination (which was earlier developed by NASA) was successfully launched from Sonmiani Rocket Range. It carried a payload of 80 pounds of sodium and soared to about 130 km into the atmosphere. With the launching of Rehbar-I, Pakistan had the honour of becoming the third country in Asia and the tenth in the world to conduct such a launching. The other countries, which had, until then, already conducted launchings of this type were: USA, USSR, UK, France, Sweden, Italy, Canada, Japan and Israel. Rehbar-II was also successfully launched from Sonmiani Rocket Range on 09 June 1962.

http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/history.asp

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Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South, Pakistan

The idea of a joint Commission of countries of the South originally came from Pakistani Nobel Laureat, Prof. Dr. Abdus Salam, in acknowledgement of the increasingly widening gap of knowledge as well as development between the North and the South. It was realized that sustainable socio-economic development in the South cannot be achieved without building and sustaining indigenous capacities in science and technology and that the strengthening of South-South and North-South collaboration, and exchange of technical know-how, is imperative for generation and sustenance of such capacities. Professor Salam's enthusiasm and personal approach motivated a number of heads of states and governments of developing nations to join forces on the platform of the Commission.

http://www.comsats.org/index.php?link=Rationale

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In December 1972 two theoretical physicists working at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, were asked to report to the PAEC chairman by Dr Abdus Salam. This marked the beginning of the “Theoretical Physics Group” in PAEC that would develop the designs of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons.

The Theoretical Physics Group (TPG) team under the leadership of Dr Riazuddin completed work on the theoretical design of the bomb by 1977


http://www.pakdef.info/nuclear&missile/timeline2.html

Note: Again for a country which bitterly persecutes Ahmadis.

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International Centre for Theoretical Physics

For the four decades of its existence, the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) has served as a scientific home away from home for some 100,000 scientists from around the world. ICTP has nurtured young scientists from almost all developing countries, exposed them to new frontiers, and provided them a springboard for testing their own ideas and launching their scientific careers. We are proud of its diverse community—past and present—and their many-faceted accomplishments. Over the years, the continued involvement of the broad scientific community has made ICTP one of the world's most fruitful examples of international scientific cooperation.

http://www.ictp.it/pages/mission/director.html

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Salam stands as the greatest physicist of the Islamic world for 1000 years. Not since the 11th-century polymath Ibn al-Haytham has there been a more influential figure in the field.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg19926632.100-review-icosmic-angeri-by-gordon-fraser.html

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:22 PM (#2) User is offline   YaNabi-Chemist 

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The Deen of RasoolAllah Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), the faith of those who acknowledge his finality, Islam, is the fastest growing religion in the world.

Your “don’t blow yourselves up” rhetoric is typical of those who have a vendetta against Islam and Allahs most beloved. Despite of this, Islam is the fastest growing religion on the planet, particularly in America.

Truth stands clear from error, and alhomdillah individuals seeking the truth will find it if they are sincere.

Your allegations against the Ummah of the Beloved (peace and blessings be upon him) will be dealt by Allah Himself. You will be humiliated in this life, and in the hereafter.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:32 PM (#3) User is offline   YaNabi-Chemist 

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regarding the promotion of science, please highlight the parts indicating that they are ahmadies - or show us that these people are ahmadies etc.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:34 PM (#4) User is offline   yahya01 

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Faraz, Abdus Salam is Ahamdi Muslim

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdus_Salam

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:42 PM (#5) User is offline   imamuna 

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Seriously Yahya all that sounded like was the slave was trying to appease his master. If the slave becomes useless there is no use for him. What do you do with the trash you chuck it in the bin and it finds its  way to iys very own pile of shit just like Mirzulam Gulam Ahmad. :)
One who does not sacrifice does not love regardless of what one claims.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:48 PM (#6) User is offline   imamuna 

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Yahya are you quoating the book of B*****ks again.
One who does not sacrifice does not love regardless of what one claims.

Ahlal Bayt is my Mazhab. If loving the Ahlal Bayt means I am Rafizi then there is no bigger Rafizi than me.:D - Imam Shafi

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 08:50 PM (#7) User is offline   yahya01 

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NUCLEAR RADIATION EDUCATION AND NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN PAKISTAN By N. M. BUTT

In the mid 50’s the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) was instituted and the majority of these nuclear trained students of Professor Chaudhri coming out from this laboratory were employed by the PAEC in early 60’s by the then Chairman of PAEC, Dr. I. H. Usmani. With the advice of Prof. A. Salam, a Nobel Laureate in Physics, Dr. Usmani planned the further training of these students in a variety of areas pertaining to nuclear radiation handling and research and in all important specialities for Nuclear Science and Engineering. This human resource formed the back bone of the development of the Nuclear Science and Technology in Pakistan in the form of several independent centres. This included the Nuclear Medical Centres, Nuclear Agriculture Centres, the Nuclear Uranium Exploration Centres, Nuclear Power Reactors and the classified programme of successful Nuclear Defense of Pakistan, all under the management of PAEC.

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Dr. I. H. Usmani as the Chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) and Prof. A. Salam (who later in 1979 became Nobel Laureate in Physics) as Science Advisor to the President of Pakistan in those years launched a very successful scheme of training young persons for their Ph.D’s abroad.

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These highly trained persons came back by the end of 60’s or early 70’s at the newly established nuclear institute., under the name of PINSTECH where the major nuclear facility was the 5MW Swimming Pool Research Reactor. This research reactor was Pakistan’s first reactor and was one of the latest nuclear facilities of the type. PINSTECH, a brain child of Salam and Usmani, during 70’s and 80’s flourished with foreign trained nuclear scientists specialized in various important disciplines (such as Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Electronics, Nuclear Safety, Health Physics, Nuclear Metallurgy, Reactor Physics, Laser Physics, Nuclear Chemistry and also Nuclear Engineers (trained in operation, design and maintenance of reactors).

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Since its inception in the fiftees the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission has been encouraged in expanding the use of nuclear science and technology for the public benefits. When Gen. Ayub Khan came into power as President of Pakistan in late 50’s, the programme got good support. With the appointment of Dr. I. H. Usmani (a beurocrat with a Ph.D in atomic physics from the Imperial College, London) as Chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission in 1960, the programme although for civil use sprang up in great dimensions for Nuclear Power Plants, Nuclear Agricultural Centres, Nuclear Medical Centres and for Nuclear Applications in Industry and other uses in general. Importance of this programme was further enhanced as Prof. A. Salam (Nobel Laureate in Physics, 1979) was appointed as Scientific Advisor to the President of Pakistan.

http://www.pakdef.info/pakmilitary/army/nuclear/radiation.html

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Fraser discusses the special relationship between Salam and the former President of Pakistan, Ayub Khan. I feel that more emphasis was required about the fact that for 16 years, from 1958 to 1974, Salam had the greatest influence on the scientific policies of Pakistan. On 4 August 1959, while inaugurating the Atomic Energy Commission, President Ayub said: "In the end, I must say how happy I am to see Prof. Abdus Salam in our midst. His attainments in the field of science at such a young age are a source of pride and inspiration for us and I am sure that his association with the commission will help to impart weight and prestige to the recommendations." Salam was involved in setting up the Atomic Energy Commission and other institutes such as the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology and the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission in Pakistan.

Hafeez Hoorani, National Centre for Physics, Quaid-E-Azam University.

http://cerncourier.com/cws/article/cern/35462

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:04 PM (#8) User is offline   yahya01 

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CERN and Pakistan: a personal perspective
by Ishfaq Ahmad, special advisor to the prime minister of Pakistan and former chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission

The informal scientific co-operation between CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) and Pakistan dates back to the 1960s, when Pakistan was introduced to CERN through Abdus Salam, the country's only Nobel Laureate. Salam had a desire that a group of Pakistani scientists commit themselves to both theoretical and experimental high-energy physics. On the suggestion of Salam, stacks of nuclear emulsion exposed at CERN were provided to Pakistan for the study of pions, kaons and antiprotons. In this informal co-operation, Owen Lock from CERN and the newly created Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) played an important role.



http://cerncourier.com/cws/article/cern/28934

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International Nathiagali Summer College, Nathiagali, Pakistan

The idea of organizing a college on regular basis came from distinguished Nobel Laureate, Professor Abdus Salam who suggested in 1974 that an international forum for scientists from developing countries be organized to encourage greater communication and flow of ideas among them. He also offered the assistance and co-sponsorship of the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste.
 
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission readily accepted Professors Salam's idea and started work for its implementation.

The First College of the series was held in the summer of 1976 at Nathiagali which lent it the name. The idea proved to be a big success and the College has now evolved into an institution and become a prestigious event in the scientific calendar of this part of the world. This College is perhaps the only one of its kind to be organized in a developing country, covering a wide range of topics of science and emphasizing their applications to the contemporary needs of the society.

http://www.ncp.edu.pk/insc/index.htm

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:07 PM (#9) User is offline   yahya01 

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Why are links being taken off? What's the matter, can't face the truth? You guys are two weak to face Ahmadis.
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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:11 PM (#10) User is offline   Rafeel 

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yahya01 (10.01.2009)
Why are links being taken off? What's the matter, can't face the truth? You guys are two weak to face Ahmadis.

Links to ahmadis/unauthentic/unverfied sites will be removed. Stop your nonsense or you will be removed as well. If you want to discuss, do it in a decent manner, this site is not for propagating your false beliefs, if you want to challenge us, then bring your points one by one and we willl entertain them.

No more offtopic posts or you will be nuked !

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:15 PM (#11) User is offline   yahya01 

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Sag-e-Darbar Jilani (10.01.2009)

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yahya01 (10.01.2009)
Why are links being taken off? What's the matter, can't face the truth? You guys are two weak to face Ahmadis.

Stop your nonsense or you will be removed as well.

I don't care. I can see you are scared shitless.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:21 PM (#12) User is offline   yahya01 

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Sag-e-Darbar Jilani (10.01.2009)

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yahya01 (10.01.2009)
Why are links being taken off? What's the matter, can't face the truth? You guys are two weak to face Ahmadis.

Stop your nonsense or you will be removed as well.

Its really funny. You guys are so scared of facts, how are you ever going to beat Ahmadis? The facts are what they are, even if you allow or not. What this proves is you guys are weak in your standing and trying to censor is the only way to protect yourself as long as you can. Go on, see if anyone in the world cares. I can see the fear right there in your sentence, big guy ;)

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:29 PM (#13) User is offline   imamuna 

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Yahya how brainwashed are you. Answer this question everything of the Prophets(peace be upon them) is holy including there excrement so if Mirza Gulam Ahmad was a Prophet why wasn't he burried in his own feaces. Think of it you could have derived benefits from visiting his grave no more constapation or diorreah you could say its a miracle the shitter has been cured. Surely such an act would have been befitting the majesty of Mirza.:)
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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:53 PM (#14) User is offline   yahya01 

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4. Forcefully raise voice in international forums for your just cause. Even if you do not succeed you’ll make it difficult for others to achieve their full goals.

Kashmir Issue

Chaudhary Muhammad Ali (Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1955) in his book “The Emergence of Pakistan:

[Quote]Zafarullah Khan’s masterly exposition of the case convinced the Security Council that the problem was not simply one of expelling so called raiders from Kashmir, as the Indian representative would have them believe, but of placing Indo-Pakistan relations on a just and peaceful basis and solving the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the will of the people of the State.[/Quote]

Dr justice Adrarsh Sein Anand Judge Supreme Court of India in Accession of Kashmir— Historical & Legal Perspective:

[Quote]The Security Council, in accepting India’s complaint did indirectly recognise the accession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir to India and indeed the legality of the accession was not the point which India had brought before the Security Council. It is important to note that the question of aggression alone fell within the competence of the Security Council. The Indian spokesman’s statement was followed by a brilliant address by Sir Mohammed Zafarullah Khan of Pakistan who with his brilliant eloquence ‘broadened’ the issue and sought to bring various disputes between India and Pakistan together. Frankly speaking it was at this stage that the ‘aggressor’ and ‘victim of agression’ were put on a par in the Security Council.[/Quote]

http://www.ebc-india.com/lawyer/articles/96v4a2.htm


Ramachandra Guha

[Quote]In the early discussions [in UN ed.], Zafrullah ran rings around Iyengar [Indian Representative Ed.], establishing an advantage that Pakistan have never since relinquished.[/Quote]

http://www.hinduonnet.com/mag/2008/05/25/stories/2008052550090300.htm


Victoria Schofield in Kashmir in Conflict

[Quote]In january 1948 the Kashmir issue was debated in the Security Council of the United Nations, at Lake Success, New York, with representations from the Indian and Pakistani delegates. Much to the annoyance of the Indians, Sir Zafrullah Khan made a bold speech lasting five hours in favour of Pakistan’s position and against the continuing rule of the Dogras over the Kashmiris: ‘What is not fully known is the depths of misery to which they have been reduced by a century of unmitigated tyranny and oppression under Dogra rule until it is difficult to say which is the greater tragedy to a Kashmiri: his life or his death.” The Indian government also believed that the Security Council, under the guidance of the British delegate, Philip Noel-Baker, was ignoring India’s complaint and giving equal consideration to Pakistan’s position.[/Quote]

V Shankar, private secretary to Sardar Patel:

[Quote]The discussions in the Security Council on our complaint of aggression by Pakistan in jammu and Kashmir have taken a very unfavourable turn. Zafrullah Khan had succeeded, with the support of the British and American members, in diverting the attention from that complaint to the problem of the dispute between India and Pakistan over the question of jammu and Kashmir. Pakistani aggression in the State was pushed into the background due to his aggressive tactics in the Council as against the somewhat meek and defensive posture we adopted to counter him.[/Quote]

http://tinyurl.com/6uvmbs


Palestiem Issue

The Statesman, Delhi, dated October 8, 1947, editorially observes:

[quote]For the first time the voice of Pakistan was heard in the counsels of the United Nations on a burning topic of world-wide significance when leader of this country’s delegation, Chaudhry Zafarullah Khan, addressed the United Nations Palestine Committee at Lake Success on Tuesday. It was a telling speech which tore into shreds the specious pleas put forward by the advocates of the partition of Palestine [ie creation of Israel ed.]. Chaudhry Zafarullah did not merely indulge in rhetoric when he described the partition plan as `physically and geographically a monstrosity’, he proceeded to prove this by unassailable arguments. Answering the contention that the migration of more Jews into Palestine should be permitted because the Jewish displaced persons desired to go to that country, Pakistan’s spokesman asked whether the Americans would consent to relax or abrogate their own immigration laws if displaced persons of various other nationalities desired to enter the United States and settle there? Would America, he further asked, agree to take in the five million displaced persons of the Punjab if they desired to leave the scene of their suffering and cross over to the United States. We have little doubt that the Arabs will rejoice to find the voice of Pakistan so powerfully raised in the United Nations in defence of their cause. The addition of the independent sovereign state of Pakistan to the community of free Muslim peoples of the World is already beginning to have its effect on international affairs.[/quote]

His Majesty King Faisal-al-Saud in a letter, dated May 5, 1948, to Muhammad Zafarullah Khan, thanked him

[quote]for your close co-operation and the noble stand which your Excellency has taken, not only during the meeting but since the question of Palestine has been put before the United Nations. Allow me to state that your high principles have created a desire on the part of all righteous persons to identify themselves with the efforts of your Excellency, not only on behalf of the Arabs, but Moslems all over the world as well[/quote]
the letter adds.

Syed Amin Husseini, Grand Mufti of Palestine, in a telegram dated, Cairo, March 1, 1950, says

[quote]Wish reassure your Excellency our deep appreciation your invaluable efforts for just causes of Islam. May God guard you crowning your efforts with success.[/quote]

Al-Syed Ahmad Asim, Sajada Nashin Dargah Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Gilani, Baghdad, a cousin of Al-Syed Abdul Qadir Al-Gilani, former Ambassador of Iraq to Pakistan, in his letter in Urdu dated July 5, 1948, addressed to Muhammad Zafarullah Khan, writes

[quote]I avail of this opportunity to thank you from the core of my heart, on my behalf as well as on behalf of the family of Hazrat Gous-ul-Azam, for the great Jihad you waged in a purely Islamic spirit in support of the Holy Land of Palestine before the United Nations. I earnestly pray that Almighty Allah may grant you full recompense for your services and enable you to further serve the cause of Islam.[/quote]

Mr. Abdul Rahman Azzam, the Secretary General of the Arab League, in his letter, dated November 15, 1951, observes

[quote]Reading in my bed your speech in the Assembly, I prayed to God to save you and preserve your health for long years in the service of Islam. My congratulations on your clear, human and Islamic statement from the world rostrum.[/quote]

Former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto sent a message of appreciation to Chaudhry Muhammad Zafarullah Khan on his retirement from the President ship of the International Court of Justice at The Hague. His message read

[quote]I wish to convey to you our deep appreciation for the services you have so selflessly rendered over several decades to the people of Pakistan as well as to the international community. As a leading member of the political movement, which led to the achievement of a homeland of the Muslims in the sub-continent and earlier as President of the All India Muslim League in 1931, you played a very significant role in the creation of Pakistan. As Foreign Minister of Pakistan for the first seven years after the birth of the country, you helped in establishing Pakistan as a state which commanded respect abroad and whose voice carried weight in international forms. Your services to Pakistan, however, did not end there. As President of the UN General Assembly and as a judge of the International Court of Justice you not only served the international community as a whole, but in doing so enhanced the prestige of Pakistan. I can say with full confidence that all of us shared the pride that one naturally felt at the respect you commanded in the international community and the United Nations in your various capacities.[/quote]

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:54 PM (#15) User is offline   zahir-b 

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salams,

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"In the end let this be clear that my coming in this age is not just for reforming the Muslims, rather Muslims and Hindus and Christians, reform of all three nations is desired. And just as God has sent me as Promised Messiah for Muslims and Christians, similarly I am like an Autar for Hindus and for the last 20 years I have been advertising this that I have (come) to rid the world of those sins with which it is full. Just as I am Messiah ibne Maryam, similarly I am in the form of Raja Krishna, who was one of the big Autars of Hindus or let us say I am the same one." (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad dated 2nd November 1904, Roohani Khazain vol.20 p.228)

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yahya, what did this guy used to have, i'll have a bit of the same, "just as i am messiah ibn maryam, similarly i am in the form of raja krishna who was one of the big autars of hindus or let us say I AM THE SAME ONE"      i mean what was he messiah, prophet or bhagwan or everything rolled in to one,???  
 

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 09:54 PM (#16) User is offline   yahya01 

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Zafarullah Khan was an Ahmadi Muslim.
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Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:06 PM (#17) User is offline   YaNabi-Chemist 

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Zafarullah Khan was an Ahmadi Muslim.

WE GET YOU!

Ahmadis do indeed exist!

what is your point? - Islam is the fastest growing religion, and western news agencies report this themselves.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:08 PM (#18) User is offline   zahir-b 

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salams,

did zafarullah khan consider gulam mirza, whatever he(gulam mirza) considered himself to be? i dont know messiah, prophet, bhagwan? blimey one learns something new everyday. or are you having a laugh?

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:12 PM (#19) User is offline   imamuna 

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I know this out of your ability to understand but try we don't care if he was. If he beleived what the madmen Ahmedi's beleive than he secured his own place in the fire not mine. Besides you never replied to my previous post but i kinda fiqured you couldn't derive blessings from mirza's majesty otherwise you verbal diorreah would have been cured by now.:P
One who does not sacrifice does not love regardless of what one claims.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:12 PM (#20) User is offline   Imran. 

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Former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto sent a message of appreciation to Chaudhry Muhammad Zafarullah Khan on his retirement from the President ship of the International Court of Justice at The Hague.

Is that before or after Bhutto had them declared as kaafirs in the constitution of pakistan  in mid 1970's,lol?

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