Wisdom of the Khulafa
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Wisdom of the Khulafa

wisdom of the khulafa

Condition of Muslim Countries by the Khalifa :

Childhood of Hadhur :


The child asks Hadhur what did you want to be when you were small? Hadhur says I had many thoughts of what I want to be. One time I had the thought of becoming a doctor, and once I had the thought of going into the army. I really liked Agriculture so I did some studies in that as well.Then I did waqf, and I did teaching as well. I thought something but became something else (meaning Khalifa chosen by Allah)

Hadhur likes Sushi:

The girl asks in Japan,which food did you like? Hadhur replied by saying which food did you serve me? I didn’t eat last nights food anyways as it got too late so I said Jazak Allah take it away. However for Japani food, even in UK I really like Sushi and I order it there too in London

Tours of Hadhur question:

The person asked when you go on tours what place do you enjoy most? Hadhur said I don’t go on tours to enjoy. The person laughs and says I mean country wise. Hadhur says wherever press, media, and theres exposure and people meet him, and he gets to spread Islam. He then states that for you English speaking people Abid Khan writes a Diary and its really open without formality. You should read it and that will show you what happens in the tours.The person replies saying he read the Holland one, and Hadhur replies by saying Read the Japan one of six days and see what I did there. It is enjoyable but I never think of that as its really busy.

Advice of Hadhurs Mother:

Wasiyyat video:

This post will be on Wasiyyat but before I begin I want to make it clear that the Holy Prophet(Sa) in Sahih Muslim explained that the Messiah(as) would have such a scheme. He (saw) told us : “The Messiah will tell his followers of their rank in paradise” (Sahih Muslim). The Promised Messiah(as) was sent during a time when Islam was being attacked from all sides. Muslims had no more spirituality. Qur’an was there but nothing was left of it except its words. Islam was there, but nothing was left of it except its name. The true meanings of the Qur’an were left unknown and Islam was being attacked day and night.No one was able to answer these allegations. According to the Promise of Allah, He sent the Promised Messiah(as) to revive the faith once again and Told him to establish a community of righteous people. Ahmad(as) was revealed continuously in 1905 which is when he began to write Al Wasiyyat. Allah revealed to the Promised Messiah(as) that his mission will be successful and that he would have khilafat after him. Allah also made it clear that you need financial sacrifices for the victory of Islam as well and for this reason through Allah, the Promised Messiah(as) established Nizaam-e-Wasiyyat.The Promised Messiah(as) started this heavenly nizaam based on revelation. One main requirement of Wasiyyat by Promised Messiah(as) is ” one tenth of their entire property shall, under the directions of the Jama‘at, be devoted to the propagation of Islam and the teachings of the Holy Qur’an.” Allah also put in the heart of the Promised Messiah(as), that these special people should have their own graveyard, well known as Bahishti Maqbara.

In this video, our beloved Hadhur(aa) is asked about the appropriate age to do wasiyyat.Hadhur(aa) explains that children do wasiyyat at the age of 15 and then later on, they renew it. Back in the day people would marry at the age of 14 and that there is no explicit age other than you knowing what you are truly doing.
Will you step up to join this blessed scheme of the Promised Messiah(as) which was directly based on revelation of Allah and also prophesied by the Holy Prophet(saw)? Read Al Wassiyyat now! Beautiful book of the Promised Messiah(as)

Amount of Recitation of Quran by our Khalifa:

Advice on Marriage by the Khalifa :

Man and woman should be religious:

The Khalifa of Islam basically explains that for men they are told to marry someone religious but this doesn’t mean the girl should only be religious, rather the man has to be religious as well. It wouldn’t make sense for the man to be bad and the girl to be religious. Hadhur (aba) makes it clear to not marry those who are away from the deen. Imagine if you are religious and so is your wife. Your kids will also be close to Jama’at and what more do we need than the future generations of Ahmadiyyat to be attached with the true teachings of Islam and the Khalifa. Without the true Islam in todays day and age ones life is like he is dead. May Allah Help us follow Hadhur (aba) instructions, Ameen

Nazar explained by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) :

Casts in Islam by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh) :

Many have asked about the status of casts in Islam. In this video Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) explains it beautifully.
He explains that some people focus on casts, and the face of the person and because of this reject the person. He states that when they fall into such issues, it’s difficult to have the girls married. We should leave arguments of casts. Hadhrat Ahmad(as) said that these different casts do not determine anything and nowadays it’s hard to even truly identify ones cast. According to Allah, ones cast does not determine anything, rather taqwa is what matters.
Allah only cares about the Taqwa of the believer. Allah States:
يَا أَيُّهَا النَّاسُ إِنَّا خَلَقْنَاكُمْ مِنْ ذَكَرٍ وَأُنْثَىٰ وَجَعَلْنَاكُمْ شُعُوبًا وَقَبَائِلَ لِتَعَارَفُوا ۚ إِنَّ أَكْرَمَكُمْ عِنْدَ اللَّهِ أَتْقَاكُمْ ۚ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَلِيمٌ خَبِيرٌ{14}
O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female; and We have made you into tribes and sub-tribes that you may recognize one another. Verily, the most honourable among you, in the sight of Allah, is he who is the most righteous among you. Surely, Allah is All-knowing, All-Aware.(Chapter 49 verse 14)

Emotional Story By Hadhur On Obedience to his commands :

What did you do before becoming Khalifa? :

Condition of Pakistan:

How to Attain Inner Peace:

  • Many ask how to attain inner peace. Firstly, this verse always comes to mind and is such a beautiful verse which is full of truth. We see that in the wold we live in, many turn to the world and only want to attain the goods of this world. As they go for the world, they want more and more. Their hunger becomes greater and there is a consequent burning in their hearts. However, those who seek God, the more they turn to Him, the greater their comfort and peace of mind. This shows us that the search after God is the innermost yearning of human nature and the real goal of our lives, is to find God and through this, we will In sha Allah enjoy perfect peace of mind as if we are resting in the Lap of our Beloved

    Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) stated:
    The idea of ‘inner peace’ is something which is not properly defined. Unless it is well-defined you cannot attempt to attain it. Peace is a concept which differs among the different schools of philosophies. For instance, the Yogic peace has a different meaning. It only means that by exercise or by delving deeper into one’s soul, a person finds himself to be without any agitation. So, the absence of agitation in man’s desires is called peace. A similar concept of peace is found in Buddhism as well as in some other Chinese religions. For instance, in Taoism, peace means delving deeper into one’s own soul until one strikes the fountain-head of truth. So what is called Buddha in Buddhism is called Tao in Taoism, which means truth that is found in every nature — so when you reach truth, you reach peace.
  • This is a different view about peace which is found in various oriental religions. However, in the major divinely revealed religions of the world, which are Judaism, Christianity and, at the end, Islam, peace is not just one dimensional or an individual concept. Peace is, firstly, to be at rest with one’s own desires and ambitions and having a balance, which is an internal affair, and secondly, to have peace with the world around and to assure everyone that one poses no threat of danger to them – ‘no danger will emanate from me in the other’s direction’. It is this wider concept of peace which you find in major religions. In this concept of peace, no one can be at peace with himself until he is also at peace with his neighbours and with others. This is also the concept of peace in Islam.
  • In Islam the concept of peace is two-fold. Firstly, to be at peace with God and then, secondly, to be at peace with oneself and with the rest of the world.
    Submission to the will of God is the only means of attaining peace
    The concept of peace in Islam is the most comprehensive of all the religions and philosophies that I have just mentioned and the key to it lies in the fact that in Islam the word ‘peace’ does not only mean to be at rest or to have a compromise of a perfect understanding with the rest of the world. It also means submission. The meaning of this one single word has two aspects. One is peace as ordinarily understood and the other is peace in the sense of submission. So, according to the Qur’anic concept of peace, no peace on earth can ever be conceived, not to mention established, by human effort. It cannot even be conceived theoretically without man finding God, the Creator, without recognising the hand of the Creator universally at work in nature.

    Once man recognises his Creator, the second step is to be at peace with Him and this peace has this dual meaning: Firstly, you are not to do anything which creates a distance between you and the Creator, and secondly, submission. So, both these meanings join hands at this stage. Submission to the will of God is the only means of attaining peace with God and this is a declaration which is proven by human experience. It has a profound wisdom which is universally experienced by man. If children are at peace with their parents, it is impossible for them to defy their orders and wishes and yet be at peace.

    Hence, if you delve deeper into the meaning of peace you will realise that ultimately the meaning of peace is submission. If you submit to the authority or the will or the desire of someone so completely that nothing in you is at war with the desire, will, or the way of life or the style of someone whom you love, you will be at peace with that person or authority. Unless you do this, you cannot attain peace.
  • So in Islam the journey to peace begins with the attainment of peace with your Lord the Creator and for this you must understand His attributes. We must know what He is and this in Islam cannot be achieved through delving deeper into yourself because you can make many mistakes. If there is a God, He has to be an external reality. If He is an external reality, then He must introduce Himself to man and that is what actually happened in all the divine religions – it was God Who revealed Himself to mankind. It was never man or woman who by his/her own efforts reached God, without help from God. First this much should be understood. I will then come to the latter part of the concept of peace, peace within a person and peace between people.

    The questioner has asked a very profound question and to give a brief answer is extremely difficult. So I am trying to build the answer little by little, in different sections. I hope you will bear with me and understand that your question needs to be answered logically, in detail, with regard to its various aspects.

    First of all, I return to the idea of finding peace with God. Why is this essential? Why is it that no peace can be established without returning to God? God is the ultimate reality Who has created human beings according to His own attributes and peace means a complete balance between man’s attributes and the attributes of God. When there is no friction in any aspect of human behaviour caused by being at variance with God’s attributes, this then is the ultimate peace. No other definition of peace can hold good but this one which can be explained and demonstrated at length but I am trying to make the answer brief and that is why I have just claimed it.
  • If you think deeper on this question, I am sure you will agree with this claim that man’s attributes can only find peace when they find themselves at one with God’s attributes. Whenever the two join, they become alive and there is peace. Whenever they are at war, there is friction, and there is disturbance, psychological as well as otherwise. It is the disturbance created within human beings which causes all the disturbances in human relationships with each other and in the international relationships between people and between states.
    I can explain this by demonstrating to you how man’s attributes can become at one with God’s attributes. But what do I mean by that? Everybody knows that in almost all religions, God is defined alike in His attributes, alike in almost all religions. They differ with each other in other things, but the concept of God is expressed as perfect goodness. No flaw can be attributed to God’s attribute or behavioural conduct, in the concept of God in any religion. All tell universally that God is True. All claim universally that God is Just. All claim, without variance, that God is Compassionate, Merciful, Forgiving. Now, these are the attributes that I had in mind when I said human attributes must come at one with God’s attributes and there you can never be mistaken about peace. Let’s begin with truth.
  • Truthfulness: One means of attaining peace
    Only when man becomes true can he find peace with himself; otherwise he will claim to be something while deep inside he knows he is not that something. There will always be contradiction between man and his soul as long as he is not true. So, truth is the most important fundamental first step towards peace and this is the meaning of becoming like God. You cannot be God but you can imitate God in all the good attributes of God which we have also received from Him as His creation and when you become true to yourself only then will you be able to become true to your children, your husband, your wife, your relatives and your society and when you enlarge the role of this single factor then nations can become true to each other. Even if you were to forget about all the other attributes of God, if you were just true, then you will realise that the peace within you is not a confined, isolated experience of a person within himself. The moment he reaches peace through imitating God, he is immediately introduced as a true servant, as a humble creature of God. He is introduced as such, through his attributes, to all his surroundings, whether someone is related to him or not. If someone is true he will be identified as a godly person by all whether they believe in God or not because the attribute of truth is in itself a godly character. Even the atheists accept truth – they know it is good. So to be godlike but in humility, to try to achieve His attributes is the only passage to peace which can be advised and which does not become a confined experience within man. It becomes a universally shared experience between people in the same society and between people of different nations.
  • Again, I will emphasise that this is the only formula for creating universality in man. Without creating universality in man it is impossible to dream of peace and this universality can only be achieved through the image of God which is universal. Through Him, man can achieve such characteristics as are universally loved so that the human community, the human race, can become a single species if the human race submits to the will of God and becomes or attempts to become like God. Herein meet the two different meanings of peace, that is, peace in the ordinary sense, and peace in the sense of submission.

A Lesson In Purdah:

At the end of a meeting with USA Lajna, Sadr Lajna USA, Saliha Malik sahiba, requested a photo of the group with Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba)
In response, Hadhur said: “I will take individually with each family.”

Upon this, Sadr Sahiba said that they would be happy with a group photo as it would save Hadhur’s time.
However again, Hadhur said: “It is better to take them individually, by family.”
Hadhur further said: “If I say photos should be with family it means I am actually giving you a message – to respect your Purdah.”

After listening to this comment in Hadhur’s office, Abid Khan sahib said: “I think Hadhur’s point is that if the photos were taken in a group then each Lajna member would show her family and display the photo in her home, even though it would include the women from other families. In this way, people could have photos of Ahmadis ladies who were not their family members or relatives on display in their home.”
Hadhur said: “Yes, this was the reason.”

This incident illustrates how at all times, Hadhur is ever conscious of safeguarding the teachings of Islam.
Rather than risk a weakening in Purdah standards, Hadhur was ready to sacrifice his own time and take part in individual photos.

By sacrificing his own time, Hadhur was setting an example for the Lajna, by giving them a message that at all times they should observe the highest standards of Hijab.

Incidents from Life of Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nooruddin :

  • Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nooruddin (ra), was such a blessed personality. He was the first Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community after the demise of the Promised Messiah(as). Once Hadhrat Ahmad(as) said in regards to him:
    “How nice it would be if everyone from my followers were Nooruddin. This is possible only when one’s heart is illuminated by the light of truth and firm belief.” –
    He was a renowned scholar of Islam and also a physician. He mastered Arabic, Urdu and Persian. He also spent a lot of time in Mecca and Medina. In 1871, he opened his own school for Islamic studies teaching Qur’an and ahadith, and he was only 30 years of age at this time. Despite his high rank, he always dressed humbly and treated everyone with utmost love and respect. He spent a lot of money on books and it is said that his personal library had over 30,000 books.

    In 1885, while he was working as a physician, he came across a poster of Hadhrat Ahmad(as) in regards to his claims. He immediately set foot for Qadian to meet him in person and when he saw the Messiah, he immediately accepted the truthfulness of Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as). He was ready to sacrifice his life for Jamaat,. Hadhrat Ahmad(as) told him not to leave Qadian and he explained that after hearing this, the thought of his hometown never crossed his mind again. In 1889, when the institution of baiat was established, he was the first one to give allegiance to the Promised Messiah(as)
  • One of his most beautiful qualities was his trust in God. He would often say that it is not possible for Allah to keep me hungry. Once he had to go to a place urgently and he was accompanied by two companions. When they arrived at a hostel, they realized the kitchen had closed and there was no food place open. The two companions started wondering as to how Hadhur would now feed himself. When they went to their rooms to unpack their beddings, Hadhur also opened his bedding and found a package of good which he then shared with the two companions, who were now embarrassed. He then said “You should never test God like this. Suppose there was no food in my bedding. My God would still have taken care of my hunger as he has promised, but your faith would have been shaken”

    He was extremely selfless, humble and a meek person. Immediately after his election as the khalifa, a member of Jamaat who did not know him, asked another member as to who was elected as the Khalifa. The other person replied:
    “Do you remember when we used to visit the Promised Messiah(as) and everyone vied with one another to get as close to him as possible, there was this person who would always sit down at the back of the room where the people used to take of their shoes?”” The first person said yes I remember to which the second person said “He is the one who has been elected as the Khalifa!”
  • He told the Promised Messiah(As) the following:

    My Master, my Murshad, my Imam: It is my intense prayer that I be ever present in your company. And secure learning and spiritual delights from the Imam of the age. I seek your permission, let me resign the post (royal physician of the Rajah of Jammu) and spend my days and nights at your threshold. And,
    if you command me, I will leave this post and roam in the whole world issuing a call to everyone to come to the religion of Islam, and thereby give my life. I wish to give away myself and all that belong to me. All is yours. My Master and my Imam, I beg to
    state with all the sincerity and truth, if all my wealth and all that I possess in this world are spent in the way of Allah, I would be very lucky to have achieved that high mission I had set.

  • He also stated: Whatever I have, it is not mine; it is all yours. If all my wealth
    and all what I have are spent in the promotion of Islam, I am the luckiest and have achieved the mission of my life. If the subscribers of Braaheen-i-Ahmadiyya hesitate to send in their funds, please give me the permission so that I could bear all the expenses, or return the monies to those who have sent in for the subscription. If Hadhrat Sahib, my master and my savant, gives me the opportunity, I would want the entire expenses of the printing of Braaheen-i-Ahmadiyya to be paid by myself.

Incidents from Life of Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad:

  • This post will be on my beloved Khalifa, Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra). After the Promised Messiah(as), he is the most prominent religious personality of the twentieth century. His life and achievements tower over those of his contemporaries, whether they be religious leaders, scholars or heads of the state. Through his magnificence, he produced some of the greatest Islamic scholars which changed Islam forever. He became the Khalifa at the young age of 25, and led the community for over 50 years. Reading his early books from a young age even show his amazing knowledge in regards to Islam and prove he was Guided by Allah. –
    Firstly, we must remember that he was born of a prophecy. The Promised Messiah(as) was told about a Promised Son who would be extremely handsome who would be invested with the holy spirit, and be free from all impurity. This was fulfilled in Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra). Even the Holy Prophet(saw), many Muslim saints and even the Bible prophesied about the Messiah and how his Caliphate would be passed onto his son.

    One beautiful incident is that as a child when he was only four years of age, Hadhrat Hakim Nuruddin (ra) passed down and said “Mian! You do not do any work all and play all day. Your father does a lot of hard work”. The young Bashiruddin replied: “When I grow up, I will do a lot of work too”. Responding to this Hadhrat Maulvi Nuruin(ra) said “Your father thinks the same, too”.

    One day Syed Sarwar Shah(ra), who used to teach Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) in school, asked him: “Your father receives many revelations. Do you also receive revelations and see dreams? At this, the young Bashiruddin replied: “Maulvi sahib, I see a lot of dreams and one particular dream I see very frequently is that I am commanding an army”. Syed Sarwar Shah sahib narrates that when he heard him say this, he knew that he would one day lead the Jamaat.
  • One inspiring incident is that at the demise of the Promised Messiah(as), Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) stated: “If all the people leave you and I am left alone, I shall face the entire world by myself and would not care for any opposition or hostility.”

    When the opponents began to mock Ahmadiyyat, Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) wrote the book “Who can Remove the Light of the Truthful”? This was his first book and when Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nuruddin (ra) read this book, he told Maulana Muhammad Ali (who later led the Lahoris and opposed the Promised Son:
    “Maulwi sahib both you and I have written a response to the objections raised by opponents after the demise of the Promised Messiah(as). However Mian Mahmood excelled us both”

    A Dream of Hadhrat Ghulam Rasul Rajeki Sahib (ra):
    “One day in my dream a person asked me about the throne of God. I told him “Let us go and I shall show it to you”. We began to fly until we reached the lower level of God’s throne. Looking at it from below, we found it to be red like the evening twilight. After this, we wished to see the Throne of God from the above and found ourselves at a point above. We saw a dome of light n the middle of the Throne that was emitting rays brighter than the sun and displaying great splendour, and might. It was conveyed to our hearts that this dome of light was God Who was manifesting Himself. A this, I said to my companion that we should see God from close up and advanced towards him. When I reached Him, I saw Him manifesting in the form of our leader, Hadhrat Mahmood. At that moment I became certain, that in this age, the representative of the heavenly regime, and the greatest person on earth, who is the manifestation of God, was our leader Hadhrat Mahmood.”
    This was a dream and seeing oneself as a manifestation of God means one is rightly guided.

    He also established all of the organizations such as Khuddam ul Ahmadiyya and Lajna Imailah and also the Tehrik e Jadid scheme which focussed on preaching, education and training.

Importance of Khilafat:

  • Alhamdulillah we are extremely blessed to have Khilafat as Ahmadi Muslims. However some questions arise in the minds of many new converts and non Muslims as well which should be addressed so there is no confusion. Firstly, in this day and age, why does the Muslim world even need Khilafat?

    Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) explained this beautifully. He stated:
    The Muslims who should have been united and be in harmony, are divided in countless sects and divisions. It is not only in religious field but in politics too. When there is schism, they can achieve nothing in the world, which a united and harmonious people can do. By discord and disharmony the power of the Muslim world has not only disintegrated, but also they are using this broken strength against one another. When such are the conditions, the aggregate will be below zero.
    The groups may be very powerful, but if they will oppose and counteract each other in minor and major issues and remain busy in fighting, their power will be scattered and strength broken.
    This is happening in every Muslim country. Unfortunately it is being named as Jihad. What will they gain from all this? What resources will remain for their own nation building, defense of Islam or fighting the enemy? Therefore, it is incumbent that Muslims should unite on the hand of One Imam. There should be one Imam of the Muslims of the whole world. But without Khilafat, it is just impossible. Khilafat is the successor after the prophet in the form of a person who is representing the deceased prophet and Khalifa is the vicegerent and his subordinate. He is the central authority. This is the basic principle of Khilafat. –
  • Muslims do understand its need as well as importance. This need was felt after the sad demise of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) also. In Islam this is quite clear like broad daylight and is a part of Islamic teaching that without unity and harmony you cannot rightly work on the teachings of Islam. When you go to the mosque for Namaz five times a day, there must be an Imam. Standing behind an Imam is a demonstration of unity among people. That is why the Holy Quran especially emphasizes the need of congregational prayer. Imam is given so much importance that if the Imam falters, the entire congregation must follow his mistake even if they know that a mistake has been committed. What better instance can be presented for the need of an Imam and unity in his following? If Imam is mandatory in a small mosque, then how can the whole of Muslims Ummah survive without an Imam.
    As far as the Ummah is concerned, there is commandment in the Holy Quran to turn their faces towards Qiblah. For the Muslims throughout the world, there is one and only one Qiblah. You may go anywhere in the world, the Qiblah remains the same. This is a pointer that it is incumbent for the Muslim Ummah that they should be united under one Imam. Had this not been the sole purpose, there would have been no Khilafat at all because the spiritual condition of Muslims in the days of the Holy Prophet was a thousand times better than the Muslims of today. If they need to follow an Imam, how can we live without an Imam today when the condition of Muslims is crying for it. This is the answer why Khilafat is needed.
  • The issue is that once Khilafat is terminated, then it is not within the power of the people to introduce it again themselves. This is a dilemma, which the Muslim world is facing today. Khilafat starts after the passing away of the prophet and if unfortunately once it is destroyed, it is impossible that it restarts without a prophet. As far as Muslims are concerned, they are victims of dual issues. According to a large number of Muslims, the chain of Khilafat ended with the Khilafat of Hazrat Ali. After him, there was no Khiafat-e-Rashida. It was monarchy in the name of Khilafat and majority of Muslims agree that Khilafat-e-Rashida ended after Hazrat Ali. So how can you start this Khilafat once again?
  • As far as Shia Imams are concerned, there is no problem for them because majority of them believes that Imamate continued till the twelfth Imam. Some believe it up to the sixth Imam. Some think that it is continuing till today. But majority of Muslims deprived of the blessings of Khilafat. Even if we accept the continuity of Imamate till today, they are unable to unite the whole Ummah on one hand. We are discussing the issue of uniting the whole Ummah on one hand and it cannot be achieved by partial or regional Khilafat. It can be achieved only by universal or global Khilafat, which will unite the whole Ummah.
    Muslims believe that no prophet, of whatever category, can come now. This means that the single avenue to open the way of Khilafat has been barred. This is the big issue, which the Muslim Ummah is facing today.
    The non-Ahmadi Ulema present the only solution of this problem and say that they also believe in the coming of a prophet. No doubt, he will be an old prophet, but they say that when he will come, he will be a prophet. Thus the lost Islamic Khilafat will once again be revived by Jesus Christ of Nazareth when he will descend with his old form and body. But the problem is that fourteen hundred years have passed, and there is no trace of second coming of that Jesus. There is no sign visible of his descent. World conditions have totally changed. Muslims have passed and are still passing through their worst phase of decline. But no Jesus has descended from the sky so far.
  • Now, the majority of Muslims are so much frustrated that they say that he has died or is living they are least interested. The scholars of al-Azhar University have repeatedly expressed their well thought and considered opinion that according to the Holy Quran, Jesus Christ has died and his second advent is absolutely impossible. It may be in their fancies, but practically, they have completely closed this door.
    No one will ever descend from skies, and this is the big and difficult problem, which the Muslim world is facing today. With this they have not only destroyed the most important institution like Khilafat but they have also blocked the entrance of the beginning of Khilafat.
  • The Khalifa is not like an ordinary scholar, rather he is chosen by Allah to guide the entire body of believers. That is an extremely high rank. It is our duty to be obedient to the Khalifa in all matters. However, we should not make the Khalifa into some sort of celebrity, rather he is our spiritual leader. We love him for the sake of Allah and follow his commands for the Sake of Allah alone. Our goal is to Please Allah and also keep His Khalifa happy with us. However, if we please Hadhur Anwar(aba) but are extremely rude and treat people badly, then what is the point of this? It would be blind pleasure in this world and worthless in the sight of Allah. Those who are far from Allah can never be close to the Khalifa spiritually. They may be close physically but even that would eventually end. May Allah Help us be close to Khilafat spiritually and the only way that is possible is to be close to Allah.

Why Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) was Sent to Prison:

Is Khilafat Inherited:

  • Alhamdulillah as Ahmadi Muslims we are blessed with the Divine Institution of Khilafat. Since the non Ahmadi Muslims are bereft of this blessing from Allah, they begin to raise allegations against Khilafat out of jealousy. One of their main allegations is that your khulafa are all from the progeny of the Promised Messiah(as), and it is therefore false.

    Now one important fact we must remember is that every way the Promised Messiah(as) is accused, we find the same allegations raised on the Prophet Muhammad (saw). When we look at his khulafa, they were also related. Hadhrat Abu Bakr(ra) was his closest friend. Hadhrat Umar(ra) daughter was married to the Prophet Muhammad(saw), while Hadhrat Umar(ra) married the granddaughter of the Prophet Muhammad (saw). Hadhrat Usman (ra) the third Khalifa was married to the daughter of the Prophet (saw) and Hadhrat Ali(ra) was the cousin of the Prophet(saw) and his son in law. There is however no room for allegations as it is Allah who Chooses who the khalifa is to be and He always chooses the one most suitable. Now let us turn to the allegations against the latter day Khilafat.

    The allegation of the Khulafa being from the progeny of the Promised Messiah(as) is answered by Allah Himself. The first Khalifa Allah chose was Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nooruddin (ra) who was not related to the Promised Messiah(as) when it comes to blood relation. This itself proves that the khulafa are not always a part of the family of the Prophet
  • We see the same example with Hadhrat Abu Bakr(ra). Both Hadhrat Abu Bakr(ra) and Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nooruddin(ra) testified to the truthfulness of the Prophets without any question and were completely obedient. Hadhrat Ahmad(as) stated in regards to him:

    “How nice it would be if everyone from my followers were Nooruddin. This is possible only when one’s heart is illuminated by the light of truth and firm belief.”

    Hadhrat Maulvi Nooruddin (ra) stated:
    Whatever I have, it is not mine; it is all yours. If all my wealth and all what I have are spent in the promotion of Islam, I am the luckiest and have achieved the mission of my life.
    It is clear that no one deserved Khilafat more than Hadhrat Hakim Maulvi Nooruddin (ra).

    Now we move onto the allegation of the khulafa being from the family. Firstly, when we accept that Allah chooses the Khalifa, then why should we dare to restrict Allah from choosing from the family of the Prophet?

    When we focus on the prophecy made by the Holy Prophet(saw) about his own second coming, and when the verses of Surah al Jumuah were revealed, his sahaba were confused and perplexed and thought that what do these verses mean? Do they mean the Prophet(saw) will come again? A companion asked the Prophet(saw) three times and the Prophet (saw) kept quiet. This was his way whenever he needed divine inspiration from God on a specific answer. Then once God answered him, he placed his hand on Hadhrat Salman Farsi and said that when Islam reaches the highest star in the sky, a man from among you will revive the faith. Now there is another way to read this as well in the ahadith, which uses men instead of man. The purpose of this was to show that the final victory of Islam would be through the progeny of the Promised Messiah(as) and we should therefore feel blessed about this.
  • Now we move to the second Khalifa Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra). There is no doubt that Allah had planned that He would be the second Khalifa and many of the companions also knew. However, more importantly, Allah told Hadhrat Muhammad (saw) about this 1400 years ago. He (saw) prophesied about the Messiah that he would marry and have a child, referring to the Promised Son. Everyone marries and has children. Why the special mention of the progeny of the Messiah? It was for this very reason. Furthermore, even the bible mentions that the Messiah would give his kingdom (khilafat) over to his son which further proves that Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) had to be the second Khalifa. Then we have saints like Hadhrat Shah Nimatullah Wali(ra) and Hadhrat Ghulab Shah who also said this. Hadhrat Shah Nimatullah Wali stated:
    ” When his tenure comes to its successful end, I see that he will be succeeded by his illustrious son.”

    One inspiring incident is that at the demise of the Promised Messiah(as), Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) stated:
    “If all the people leave you and I am left alone, I shall face the entire world by myself and would not care for any opposition or hostility.”

    Many also had dreams of his Khilafat long before Allah Chose him and the amount of work he has done for Islam is itself a proof of his truthfulness of being most suitable. He had 52 unique qualities and fulfilled the prophecy of the Promised Son as well which further shows he was to be the Khalifa.
  • Now moving to Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad(rh), the third Khalifa. No one can doubt that he was chosen by Allah. When we look at what was happening to Ahmadiyyat in the 1970s for example, the amount of work Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad(rh) did and in the way he did it, would not have been possible by any other man. The amount of tabligh he did for Islam is also astonishing and proves that he was truthful. Many also had dreams of him becoming the Khalifa. The electoral collegiate that does the voting for the Khalifa is guided by Allah. They pray a lot and many have true dreams before the process. It is the same as the time of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) which was also guided by Allah.
  • Now we move to Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh). There are many who had dreams of him as well becoming the Khalifa. Firstly, Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad(ra) prophesied that a time will come when the dars of the Khalifa will be heard worldwide and MTA fulfilled this through Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(ra). This is a big sign of his truthfulness. When we turn to the time of the election of the fourth khalifa, we witness a tragic incident. This story is however extremely beautiful. When Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad(rh) passed away, many Ahmadi Muslims placed Mian Rafi Ahmad sahib (step brother of Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh)) on a bus and said he was the Khalifa. Many were doing naray as well however there was no proof for him being the Khalifa. A poet of Jamaat was sitting there and fell into a state of wakefulness and sleep and had a vision from Allah in which Allah said the Son of Mary is coming. He got really scared and thought Oh Allah why would you tell me Isa(as) is coming when we are in such a horrible state right now. He was extremely worried. However, when the voting was complete, it was actually Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) who was chosen as the Khalifa. The vision then was understood as Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) was the step brother of Mian Rafi Ahmad sahib and the name of the mother of Hadhur was Maryam! This is a beautiful sign for his truth among thousands of others. The amount of work done by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) cannot be denied by anyone and we are all witnesses alhamudlillah.
  • Now when we turn to Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba), we see the same. Firstly, Hadhrat Ahmad(as) was told over 100 years ago that Allah said “Oh Masroor I am with you”. Apart from this the Promised Messiah(as) prophesied about Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(ra) taking the seat of Khilafat as well. Many had dreams of him being the Khalifa. During the electoral collegiate many hands went up for Hadhur even though they did not know him. They explain that it felt like Allah just raised our hands even though we were planning to vote for someone else. Many had dreams of Hadhur as well. There is a 15 page book on dreams about him becoming the Khalifa.
  • sMr Ikram Ullah Cheema of Germany writes to Hazoor: “In 1997 I saw a dream that you are visiting my home in Rabwah wearing ‘Hazoor’s’ turban and are also dressed like ‘Hazoor’. I address you as ‘Hazoor’. I ask, where is the bodyguard? Then I ask how did this come to pass? You respond that it is a blessing of Allah upon yourself. For a moment I feel as if you are lost in the feeling of gratitude to your Lord. I touch your arm and that brings you around and you start walking again. In the dream I am told that your name is Masroor Ahmad. I had never met you before. I swear upon God that when after a gap of ten years I was visiting Rabwah I saw you and found you as I had seen you in the dream. In the dream your countenance had a light to it that I have not seen before.”
  • Mr Shaikh Umar Ahmad Munir son of Late Mr Shaikh Noor Ahmad Munir of Rawalpindi writes: “I swear in the name of Allah that in December 1999 I saw the following dream: I am entering the mosque in Islamabad (Pakistan) and see Mr Ayubi (driver of Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih IIIrh) outside a large room. I ask him why he is standing outside when everyone is praying inside. He says that he is on guard for the one who is going to be the Khalifa. I say that I would also like to see the person who is going to be the next Khalifa. On my insistence he makes me promise that I will not tell anyone. When I enter the room I see Sahibzada Mirza Masroor Ahmad and with that I woke up.” –
    Mr Nasir Mahmood Ahmad writes in his letter dated May 10, 2003: “Two years ago when I was working at Kanakri, in a dream I saw someone show me a large framed picture. The picture was that of a man wearing a turban. ‘Who is this?’, I ask. A voice replies that this is the next Khalifa. I ask his name. And the voice says, ‘Mirza Masroor Ahmad.’ Next day I related this dream to Maulana Khushi Muhammad Shakir, Missionary of Guinea Kanakri. He told me to refrain from spreading it until the event comes to pass. After the demise of the Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih IVrh but before the election I did tell my mother about it.”
  • There are hundreds of more dreams of this sort. If Allah told the Promised Messiah(as) that I am with you and your family, why should one object on Allah choosing the Khulafa from his family? Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) explained that spirituality is not inherited and nor is khilafat. Rather this is a belief of the Ismailis and not Ahmadi Muslims. The Qur’an itself States:
    O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female; and We have made you into tribes and sub-tribes that you may recognize one another. Verily, the most honourable among you, in the sight of Allah, is he who is the most righteous among you. Surely, Allah is All-knowing, All-Aware.(Chapter 49 Verse 14)—

    May Allah enable us all to remain loyal to Khilafat and obey the Khalifa in all matters. May Allah also help the other Muslims realize that this Khilafat is from Allah and it is only through it that we will succeed.

Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) before Khilafat:

Convincing Parents About Ahmadiyyat :

  • Allah Has from the beginning, Guided many young Muslims and non Muslims to the true Teachings of Islam, Alhamdulillah. Two questions asked are how to persuade Muslim parents that we are Muslims and not disbelievers and what to say when they say we are outside the fold of Islam.

    Firstly, it is important to show them the three definitions of a Muslim and show them that Ahmadi Muslims fall under all three and are guaranteed protection of Allah according to the ahadith.

    The first definition given by the Holy Prophetsaw is understood by the following hadith:
    Narrated Hudhaifa: The Prophet (ﷺ) said (to us), ” List the names of those people who have announced that they are Muslims.” So, we listed one thousand and five hundred men. Then we wondered, “Should we be afraid (of infidels) although we are one thousand and five hundred in number?” No doubt, we witnessed ourselves being afflicted with such bad trials that one would have to offer the prayer alone in fear. (Sahih al Bukhari, Hadith #3060)

    The second definition by the Holy Prophetsaw in regards to who is a Muslim is also really clear. It is more detailed and yet simple, leaving no confusion. The Holy Prophetsaw stated:

    Narrated Anas bin Malik:
    Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Whoever prays like us and faces our Qibla and eats our slaughtered animals is a Muslim and is under Allah’s and His Apostle’s protection. So do not betray Allah by betraying those who are in His protection.” (Sahih al Bukhari, Hadith #391)

    Now the basis of the third definition of the Holy Prophet Muhammadsaw is from the following hadith:
    It is narrated on the authority of Usama b. Zaid that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) sent us in a raiding party. We raided Huraqat of Juhaina in the morning. I caught hold of a man and he said:
    There is no god but Allah, I attacked him with a spear. It once occurred to me and I talked about it to the Apostle (ﷺ). The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: Did he profess” There is no god but Allah,” and even then you killed him? I said: Messenger of Allah, he made a profession of it out of the fear of the weapon. He (the Holy Prophet) observed: Did you tear his heart in order to find out whether it had professed or not?

  • And he went on repeating it to me till I wished I had embraced Islam that day (Sahih Muslim, Book 1, Hadith #183, Many versions)

    These are the definitions of a Muslim. Ahmadi Muslims fulfill not one, but all three definitions. It is interesting to note that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) has never ever called anyone a disbeliever. We only find one instance where he hints towards who is a disbeliever. He stated: –
    Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “If a man says to his brother, O Kafir (disbeliever)!’ Then surely one of them is such (i.e., a Kafir). “(Sahih al Bukhari, Hadith 6103)

    As for convincing parents, apart from the definitions from Ahadith, we should show them the beautiful teachings of Hadhrat Ahmad(as). One simple teaching but extremely deep which impacts Muslims is how the Promised Messiah(as) proved that the Prophet(sa) was not affected by black magic, for example. There are many other things like us not believing in death for apostates and believing that God still speaks unlike the other Muslims who sadly believe He will never speak. We should preach to our parents in the best way and show them Hadhrat Isa(as) died and that the latter day Messiah is Hadhrat Ahmad(as) who fulfilled all signs. Also we should be praying tahajjud daily if we have such parents who are staunch opponents of Ahmadiyyat.

Careers for Waqifaat :

  • I have done a post on general careers which are best for women in Islam according to Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh). Here is a separate post on best careers for waqifaat-e-nau and other girls.
    Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) was asked about the best professions for a Waqifaat-e-nau girl. –
    Huzur(aba) replied that she should ask her Waqfe-Nau secretary to collate all instructions issues by Huzur(aba) regarding this at various occasions and to make points out of them and distribute that to the Waaqifaat-e-Nau. Huzur(aba) said that I have stated before that Medicine is a very good job. Then there is the field of teaching or learn languages so that you can do translation. We need translators and also experts in Computer Sciences. Media is also needed occasionally. Journalism is also good, so you can write articles in newspapers and propagate the teachings of Islam through Media. Respond to the criticisms raised against the status of women in Islam.

    Huzur-e-Anwar(aba) said he does not approve of the legal field as a profession for Waaqifaat-eNau. Huzur(aba) directed Waaqifaat-e-Nau that they cannot practice even if they study Law, because there is too much interaction and exposure with men in that field. You also have to deal with thieves and robbers etc. in the courts, whose morals are in fact not good. So leave this job to the men. (11 July 2012 AT BAITUL ISLAM, TORONTO, CANADA WAQIFAAT-E-NAU Class)

Sunni Mother says her daughter cannot befriend Ahmadis: Video:

Someone asked Hadhur (aba) that : My question is that I have a friend and she is Sunni

Hadhur (aba) said is she in your pocket?

The girl said laughing: No Hadhur, she is my friend, my good friend. And we were friends for a really long time, but her mother says you cannot be friends with Ahmadis. She wants to be my friend and I do not want her to be in trouble with her parents

Hadhur (aba) said no, no tell her to pray for your mother and father and you are a good friend and she is good as well so there is no harm in remaining friends. If she comes to you to be your friend, you should not reject. If she herself moves away, then let her on her own will, what is your relation? If she listens to her parents and doesn’t come and thinks its better, Allah says take care of your mother and father, and listen to them, and do their khidmat, and even if they scream at you, do not say uff to them, but when it comes to Allah and Deen, then it’s not a must to listen to them. If she doesn’t want to listen to them and wants to remain your friend that her religious condition improves and learns from you, then this is fine it’s her action. It’s no sin on you. (

Careers for Waqifaat-e-Nau Continued:

  • Continuing from my post on best professions fo waqifaat-e-nau, Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh) stated:

    They should administer their country’s newspapers by becoming journalists. –
    2. Become educationists.

    3. Most should become linguists. They should learn more than one language so that translation work can be handed over to them (which can be done while staying in their homes.) –
    4. They can be trained as writers/compose literary work. –
    5. Some can specialise in religious education, for example, they can be prepared in specialising in the books of the Promised Messiahas.

    A. Some should specialise in matters relating to non-Ahmadis. Similarly, thesis on research topics can be handed over to them. B. Some should specialise in matters relating to Christians. C. Some should specialise in matters relating to Hindus etc.

    6. Some can become specialists in various religions e.g. Bahaism and Hinduism etc.

    7. They can be used in various departments according to the need of that time.

    8. Some girls can help with typing or secretarial work etc.

    9. They can study medical and related professions.

    10. They can be trained to teach various subjects.

    11. They can study Educational Sciences.
    (19th August 1992, in a mulaqaat, Maryam Magazine Jan-March 2015,

Page 20)

Important Answer on Dreams:

A Waaqifah-e-Nau asked that we Ahmadis believe in dreams and in their interpretation but how do we know if the dreams are meaningful or not? Huzur(aba) replied has someone told you to believe in every dream? I do not do so. Half of dreams are the desires of one’s heart. Huzur(aba) said that if you eat excessively at night or eat very late at night then you shall have some confused dreams. The Promised Messiah(as) has written that when one is suffering from a severe cold or flu and nose is blocked due to congestion then people sometimes dream that they are swimming and drowning in the water. This is only because of the flu and no-one is actually drowning. (Class Waaqifaat-e-Nau Holland 9th of October 2015)

Arguments which Lead to Big Quarrels:

  • A Waqifa-e-Nau said that when a couple is married, they have many expectations from each other but when these expectations are not met, there are arguments over small things which eventually lead to big quarrels?

    Huzur-e-Anwar(aba) replied that both husband and wife who have high expectations from each other are wrong. You should not look for an ideal in each other. You should understand the reality of life and the world. No human is perfect. Both men and women have shortcomings and weaknesses. Huzur-e-Anwar(aba) said that that is why when couples come to see me after their marriage and request for my advice, I advise them that if both husband and wife ignore each other’s shortcomings then they shall see that all their quarrels end. Huzur-e-Anwar(aba) said that if you try deeper and deeper you find many things to quarrel over (Class Waaqifaat-e-Nau Holland 9th of October 2015)

Audio on Halloween:

Emotional Incident: Love for Khilafat:

Extremely emotional video.
Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh) stated: Last year, from those who came, a person mentioned a dilchasp incident in front of me. He said that I was sitting in the British Embassy and the immigration officer was interviewing a knowledgeable old lady. Her education was not known. She looked like a simple poor lady. When he asked her many questions and was about to give her the visa, he thought of asking her whether she has any relatives. She said I want to meet my Imam. The officer said bibi do you have any relatives there as well? She said yes I have a son he lives in so and so. Right away, the immigration officer was shocked and said she is making an excuse to live with her son and to get a nationality from there. This was his bad thoughts from his heart. He said then why don’t you say this? Why do you say imam imam? Why don’t you say you are going to meet your son? Hear her answer. She said dure fitte (face palm). Duree fitte (face palm. And she said this in such a way that her voice was shaking out of emotion. She said my son is there for 30 years there, I never turned to look there even once. My imam went and I am restless. Which son are you talking about? Which son are you talking about? My son is there for 30 years I never looked or turned to that country even once. But ever since my imam went I am restless and impatient and I cannot rest.

How to be An Example for the World: Video:

What did you Want to be when you Were Small (Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba))? Video:

Hadhur, my question is what did you want to be when you were small?

Hadhur (aba) stated: “What I wanted to be when I was small? I had many different thoughts of what I was possibly becoming. I never thought of it but then at one time I thought of being a doctor. Then at one time I thought of joining the army. Then I had an interest in agriculture and studied it. Then I did Waqf. Then I did teaching as well. I thought something became something else” (Bustan-e-Waqfe-Nau, 30 November 2014)

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Advice for New Young Couple: Video:


Why is It Forbidden to Eat from a Gold Plate:

Emotional Story of the Khalifa:

The Arab Ahmadi told Huzoor that he had not yet met with his new-born son, as he had been abroad at the time of birth.

Hearing this, Huzoor smiled and said: “At least you know that your son has been born and is well.I was in Ghana when I found out that my daughter had been born in Rabwah whilst reading Al-Fazl one month after the birth!” –

Huzoor continued: “A few days before I read the Al-Fazl article, a person came up to me and actually said that ‘I heard you had a daughter’ and in reply I said to him ‘I do not know!’ and it was only from Al-Fazl that I received confirmation that Allah had blessed us with a daughter. Then, only after a further ten months did I meet my child for the first time.” (Abid Khan Sahib Diary, UK Jalsa 2018 Part 2)


Markaz Returning to Pakistan: Video ;


Women Travelling Without A Mahram: Video:


How to Arrange Good Marriages in Islam? Video:


Lajna Speaking at Interfaith Events: Video:

How Does our Beloved Imam Relax? Video:

Repentance in Islam: Video:

Making Decisions : Video:

Concept of Nazar Explained by Hadhur (aba) : Video:


Fortnite Guidance: Video:

Easy to Make someone Leave Ahmadiyyat, Hard to Make Someone Convert: Video:

Guidance for Mothers: Video:

How to Bring others To Jamaat Events: Video:

Key to Success is Tarbiyyat: Video:

Which Chandas Must we Pay: Video:


Issues between Husband And Wife in Islam: Video:

How to Make other Ahmadis Active? : Video:

The Responsibilities of a Prophet and Khulafa: Video:

Chanda Guidance: Video:

Pressure on Khuddam for Namaaz: Video:


When Should Ahmadi Muslims Get Married: Video:


What is our beloved Khalifas view on Brexit?



When women cannot pray during Ramadhan, what can they do to feel close to Allah? Key guidance by our beloved Imam Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba)

As Muslims how do we treat mental illness? Such an amazing answer for all those who disregard mental illness and continue to say “its nothing”. Medical treatment can be used!

The Love We Receive from the Khulafa:

The love Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) has for us leaves me speechless. On Saturday 2, February 2019, a group of Ahmadi Lana from the ages 15-21 had a meeting with our beloved Hadhur. Many questions were asked about Islam.
A question regarding polygamy was raised by an international student from Pakistan who asked Huzooraa why, in today’s modern day, Muslim men were allowed to marry up to four times?
Addressing this question, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa stated, “The question is not about the ‘modern day’, rather it is about certain conditions, and only when the conditions apply can men marry up to four women.” –
A Lajna member who is currently studying in school said to Huzooraa regarding non-Ahmadi Muslims who do not observe purdah or use the headscarf that they judge the style of purdah adopted by Ahmadi girls. Regarding this, Huzooraa stated, “If you know that you are following the true teachings of Islam, then it should not matter to you.” Huzooraa further added, “You should be confident in what Islam teaches.”

A student from Birmingham informed Huzooraa about her studying law and her aspiration to be a lawyer. Seeking guidance, she further asked what she should do as she read on online platforms of the Jamaat that it was advised for girls not to be lawyers. Reassuring the student of law, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa said, “Complete your degree and [pursue] work, provided you follow the Islamic dress code.” –

A Lajna member from Luton asked what it meant from the Hadith in which the Holy Prophetsa said that the soul remains in this world for forty days. Huzooraa replied:
“This should not be taken in the literal sense. As soon as man dies, the soul is raised. The meaning behind this Hadith is that in the first forty days, after the demise of a person, people should pray for the deceased in abundance that God may have mercy on their soul. This is not to say that after forty days the prayer for the deceased is idle; forty days was said just so a habit of praying for the deceased be formed within Muslims.”
Sadr Lajna stated:
“In previous mulaqats, Huzoor has always encouraged girls to be open about the challenges and questions they may be facing. Recently, Huzoor said in a mulaqat that if those in attendance were too shy to ask their questions, then they should write him their questions. Accordingly, many girls wrote to Huzooraa and received letters spanning multiple pages in response.
“Huzoor has always been accessible for the youth and this mulaqat was just one example of that.”
We are extremely blessed that our beloved Hadhur (aba) cares so much for us. The information above is taken from the weekly al Hakam.

The view of our beloved Imam on the issue with Shamima Begum:

The view of our beloved Imam on Pope Francis:

View of our beloved Imam on world peace in todays day and age :

Question from a young tifl to our beloved Hadhur : “What happens when the punishment of Day of Judgement is over?

Why did Allah give man free will to decide between good and evil?

The feelings of our beloved Imam when he was imprisoned for being an Ahmadi Muslim :

A tifl asked about whether an Ahmadi Muslim can be a physicist. Beautiful answer by our beloved Imam

Did our beloved Imam walk to school or take his bicycle ?

Was Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) a friend of Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh)–lc9z/

Why do some reject the Promised Messiah(as)?

How should Atfal respond to all the global chaos of the world?

Is it a trial or punishment? Beautiful answer by our beloved Imam

Question to Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh), what is your biggest desire?

Question: Hadhur my question is what is your biggest desire
Hadhur: When?
Girl: Now
Hadhur: Now the desire is that when I pass away, then from Allah I get the response that
يَا أَيَّتُهَا النَّفْسُ الْمُطْمَئِنَّةُ {28} ارْجِعِي إِلَىٰ رَبِّكِ رَاضِيَةً مَرْضِيَّةً {29}
that Oh My servant, return to your Lord in the condition that I am Pleased with you and You are Pleased with me,

فَادْخُلِي فِي عِبَادِي {30} وَادْخُلِي جَنَّتِي {31}
Enter my servants, my people and enter my paradise. If we hear this voice, then this is the biggest success”

Many differed on their opinion of Shakoor sahib meeting Donald Trump. Let us hear the only opinion that really matters and is in accordance with the Islamic teachings!

Advice to new couples by our beloved Imam

Tips for Waqfe Nau students with university loans by our beloved Imam

Prayers Will not Be Accepted:

“A person’s prayers will not be accepted if they do not seek to help the poor and deprived. A person’s prayers will not be accepted if they are not fulfilling the rights of orphans. A person’s prayers will not be accepted if they are not striving to end all forms of slavery. And a person’s prayers will not be accepted if they do not show mercy to one another and indeed to all forms of God’s Creation” (Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, February 3, 2014)

How can those, who are far from prayer centres offer their prayers in congregation?

Beautiful answer by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) about marrying into different cultures as Ahmadi Muslims

A powerful dream of our beloved Imam which brings so much comfort to the hearts of Ahmadi Muslims! Alhamdulillah

Six Kalimas?

The correct way of raising your children. Advice from Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) which all Muslims must follow

Advice of our beloved Imam Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) on marriage and the importance of over looking weaknesses of each other

A question to our beloved Khalifa Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) on birthdays of children in kindergarten schools and guidance on giving out treats to their class

Climate Change: