In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Ever Merciful.
Muslims who believe in the Messiah, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani (as)
Question and Answer session with Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) Khalifatul Masih IV [Fourth Successor of The Promised Messiah(as), the founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community].
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Q1 @ 00:19 Does the Ahmadiyya Community favor inter-faith dialogue? Secondly, if it thinks so, what can be achieved through dialogue and activity?
Q2 @ 07:35 There are many people and many different beliefs. How can one know that there is God and only one God?
Q3 @ 26:47 According to a Hadith narrated by Nawaz-bin-Salman, Hadrat Mohammed (saw) said, “Allah will send the Messiah, son of Mary; he will descend close to the white Minaret to the east of Damascus. He will be wearing 2 long bleached clothes and his hands will be placed on the wings of 2 angels. When ever he lowers his head drops of water will fall down and when he raises his head drops of moisture will fall down. No disbeliever can survive his breath.” If this is the Hadith, Mirza Ghulam Ahmed of Qadian, contradicts this statement.
Q4 @ 46:15 How will we identify Jesus when he descends and what is the historical evidence if he has died?
Q5 @ 1:07:38 What do you have to say about the conservation of natural resources?
Q6 @ 1:18:30 If you could please throw some light on the future of Bosnia. And if you could establish a Mission there for the spread of Islam?
Q7 @ 1:29:33 How do we explain the physical nature of God if it can be explained? I understand that everything spiritual must take a physical manifestation for man to comprehend and relate to it. How does the Messiah within Islam play a part in that?
Q8 @ 1:39:20 This week there has been much debate in British media and the Church about the existence of Hell. What is the Islamic belief about hell and how are individual people saved from it?
Q9 @ 1:42:56 There are poetic symposiums in the praise of Holy Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) and compilation of all those verses into books and Ahmadiyya people have done so much of translation. Do you think that this is a good thing?