Opinions of Some Muslim Saints
Now I would like to present a few quotations from the writings and utterance
of a few Muslim saints reflecting on the practices and the name of the
Jama'at of the followers of Mahdi and Messiah. Hadhrat Ali (RA) said :
"Mahdi Maoud will be colored with the glory of Muhammadiyya
and will have the wealth of Ahmadiyya."
Hadhrat Muhammad bin Faris Misri wrote :
"Our scholar will be prophet and from among those who call
towards the truth he will have the station of messengership and our
A'arif will be in the period of Ahmadi, will be
from among oolulazm (those who have strong determination) and will receive
Hadhrat Mujaddid Alif Thani wrote:
"Around one thousand and some years after the sad demise of
the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him), the Haqeeqate (truth) Muhammadiyya
will ascend from its station and will unite with the place of Haqeeqate
(Truth) Ka'aba. At that time Haqeeqate Muhammadi (Muhammadi Truth) will
be called Haqeeqate Ahmadi (Ahmadi Truth)."
Hadhrat Imam Ali Al-Qari wrote:
"so among seventy three sects all of them will be in fire and
the firqah najiyya (sect deserving paradise) will be the one among ahle
sunna (Sunnis) which will have the glory of Muhammadiyya and will be
following the holy Tareeqatul (practices of) Ahmadiyya."
Hadhrat Abdur Raheem Grohri wrote :
"Hadhrat Mahdi Maoud has the Muhammadi appearance and will
descend like a leader, he will have a mole near one of his eyes. He
will re-establish din-e Ahmadi (the Ahmadi practices),
our sahib will be bright like the sun and beloved of all. He will be
learned, wise, king of wisdom and an eternal saint. O mir Muhammad Sahah!
Mahdi will be decorated with the turban of prophethood."
All the above Muslim saints and Sufis understood that at the time of
Mahdi Tareeqatul Ahmadiyya will be re-established and thus the followers
of the true Mahdi will be practicing the Ahmadiyya Glory of Islam or
will be called Ahmadiyya Jamaat..
Contents | Preface
Section 1 | Section 2
| Section 3 | Section 4
| Section 5 | Section 6
Appendix I | Appendix II
| Notes | References