“A Khalifa is made only by God, not an Internet search engine. I have never claimed to be the Khalifa of the Muslim Ummah. My seal reads ‘Khalifatul Masih’. So does the letterhead that I have used to write to world leaders recently. The world knows me as a Khalifa and all they have heard from me is the message of Islam. I am doing my job and the opponents can carry on with theirs; does it even make a difference?”
Some Muslim political activists in the All India National Congress, who had broken away from the congress due to differences on various issues, came together and formed the Majlis-i-Ahrar-i-Islam in the last part of the 1920s and the early 1930s.