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Abu Lahab, A Maulvi from Delhi?

The allegtation of the non Ahmadi Muslims is that Ahmadas said Abu Lahab refers to a Maulvi from Delhi in Haqiqatul Wahi. This is a complete lie of the anti Ahmadis as they state that he is commenting on the Qur’an. Firstly, he is commenting on one of his own revelatons which stated:

 

“Abu Lahabs hands will perish and he will perish” rather than the words of the Qur’an .He has written in the footnote:

 

“Here by Abu Lahab is meant a Maulvi of Delhi who has now died. This prophecy was made 35 years ago and was published in Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya”

 

Maulvi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi stated in regards to the revelations of Ahmadas in Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya:

 

“By claiming that these verses have been revealed to him, he means that he has been spoken to by God in the same words as were used to address various prophets in the Quran or earlier scriptures. When applied to him, the verses bear a significance different from their original one.”

 

Maulvi Abdullah Ghaznavi, who was a famous Muslim saint who lived before Ahmadas‘s claim also had revelations from the Qur’an which are clearly published in his biography. When someone raised an objection to his son in regards to this, who was also an opponent of Ahmadas, he said:

 

“If someone receives a Divine revelation (ilham) which is some verse of the Quran addressed particularly to the Holy Prophet Muhammad, the recipient of this revelation would take it as referring to himself, and would interpret it in the light of his own circumstances and draw a lesson from it.” (Asbat al-ilham, pp. 142 – 143)