Why do Muslim clerics not accept Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) as the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi?


A non-Ahmadi lady wrote to Hazrat Amirul Momineen, Khalifatul Masih Vaa, and requested Huzoor-e-Anwaraa to answer some of her questions about the Jamaat.

Huzoor-e-Anwaraa, in his letter dated 22 August 2021, gave the following reply to her:

“[…] It is not surprising that religious scholars and other Muslims who claim to be intellectuals do not see the fulfilment of the prophecies and signs that affirm the truthfulness of the Promised Messiahas, because faith is achieved by Allah’s grace, not merely by one’s knowledge and intellect. The greatest example of this is that a seemingly uneducated and illiterate slave like Sayyiduna Bilalra recognised the light of Prophethood of our Lord and Master, the Holy Prophet Muhammadsa, whereas the chief of the valley of Mecca, who was referred to as ‘the father of wisdom’ (’Abu l-Hikam), did not recognise that light and was, thus, called ‘the father of ignorance’ (’Abu Jahl). […]”

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