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Enemy Without Progeny

Enemy Without Progeny

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas stated in regards to one of his opponents on September 29, 1894, named Sadullah of Ludhiana:

 

“O dead one you will finally see how you end. O enemy of Allah, you are not fighting me, but you are fighting God Almighty. God is my witness that just now I have received the following revelation concerning you:

 

[Arabic] The line of your enemy will be cut off

 

(Majmu’ah Ishtiharat, part 2, Page 79, Announcement regarding Three Thousand Rupee Reward, Published in Anwarul-Islam, Page 12, Ruhani Khazain, Volume 9, Page 86)

 

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas also stated:

 

“About thirteen years ago, I received the following revelation concerning Sa‘dullah of Ludhiana, a new convert to Islam:

 

(see Anwar-ul-Islam, p. 12, Announcement entitled ‘A Prize of Rs. 2000’.) Sa‘dullah had a son who was about fifteen or sixteen years old. Though thirteen years have passed since this revelation, no child has been born to him. As for his first son, he is unable to procreate in accordance with the revelation. This clearly proves the fulfilment of the prophecy about being issueless, and all the indications are that his progeny will not continue” (Haqiqatul Wahi, Ruhani Khazain, Volume 22, Pages 377-378)

 

And:

 

“If the first son of Sa‘dullah, who was born before the above revelation and is now about 30 years of age, is not impotent, then why has he not been married despite his age and all the means available to him? Nor do they seem to be worried about his marriage. There is something fishy about the whole affair. If Sa‘dullah wants to prove that this prophecy is false, it is incumbent upon him either to produce an offspring of his own, or prove the manhood of his son by arranging for him to marry and procreate. But, let him remember, he will fail miserably on both these accounts, for the word of God calls him ‘issueless’, and it is impossible for the Word of God to be false. He will no doubt die an issueless man, as is indeed indicated by the signs.” (Haqiqatul Wahi, Ruhani Khazain, Volume 22, Pages 377-378)