Sympathy for AllHazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as)
The Review of Religions, November 1993
My principle is that one should be sympathetic towards everybody. If someone sees that the house of a Hindu is on fire and he does not endeavour to extinguish it then I tell you the truth, I do not deem him to be one of my followers. I say it on oath and truthfully tell you that I have no enmity against anyone. I try my best to reform people and if anyone abuses me I do not complain to him. My complaint is made only to God and not to any worldly court. Under all circumstances it is our duty to be sympathetic towards everybody.
(Siraj-i-Munir, p. 28)