The mission of the Promised Messiah a.s.


“I am amazed when I think about the tasks that this so-called Messiah of the Muslims will perform. The division of his time, as other Muslims explain, is that one part of his day, he will spend breaking crosses made of wood, iron, brass, gold and silver, and another portion, he will spend killing swine. Is this all or will he do anything else?”

The Promised Messiahas said:

“These people do not stop to think about the actual thing that will establish an argument in favour of the truth against millions of Christians. For if the sword is all they have, Muslims ought to realise that the sword can never be a tool for establishing the truth. Can the truth ever be instilled into the hearts of people through harsh measures? Can coercion ever move a person to be captivated by an argument of Allah? This is all the more objectionable because others will say that such people have no real argument in hand and thus resort to violence.”

The Promised Messiahas said:

“People already raise countless allegations unjustly that Islam was spread by the sword, and now the Muslims seek to prove them right. Furthermore, commonly observed miracles and the like are also insufficient to impress the people of Europe and others from among the Christians. For it is written in their books that many false Prophets will appear and they will manifest signs. Now what other argument, if manifested, could move people to bow their heads? It is the sign that God will manifest at my hand.”

(Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas, Malfuzat, Vol. 2, pp. 27-28)

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