Recently, an Ahmadi notified me concerning the comment section. I had no idea it was disabled all this time, so from now on, it should be open for anyone to comment (I doubt Ahmadis would though). Now, this is probably the saddest and most miserable topic in the history of Ahmadiyyat. Twisting the Quran, sharia and … Continue reading The deceiver in the case of Prophethood
When Ahmadis are faced with some tough decisions, and when they’re faced with embarrassing content from their sources, they use some shameful and pretty damn desperate tactics to avoid the ugly reality. The best and most common method they use to avoid blame and disappointment, is to well, unfortunately, blame it on Islam. When people … Continue reading Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (ra) VS Mahmud Ahmad
As we have outlined in the previous two blogs, the number of converts to Ahmadiyyat worldwide provided from 1993 to the current year were a complete fabrication. Not only by the giants or leaders of Jamat, but missionaries who had to think of ways of multiplying numbers stupendously to reach the target set, and don’t … Continue reading The Original Lie
Ask any Ahmadi today about the 180 million scandal and he/she would be embarrassed. They still have one thing going though, ‘Ahmadiyyat is the fastest growing sect in Islam’ even though they can't give an estimate of their numbers. So Ahmadis forced me to look this up, and it didn't take me 30 minutes of … Continue reading Ahmadiyyat, the fastest growing sect- A closer look
So here we have again, the number of converts to Ahmadiyyat this year exceeds 580,000. As usual, that number is a lie, a lie among a history of fabrications and frauds. It couldn't get worst, I thought this year they would shut up about their numbers but no; the business has to continue, they're … Continue reading The myth of Ahmadi converts: How Ahmadiyyat cheats on its followers and the world
The Ahmadiyya community is a lost monster of unresolved tenants, Punjabi culture and an out-of-touch community whose aims are elitist. Hidden behind the banners of ‘love for all hatred for none’, there’s a real feel of uncertainty in every single member. Ahmadiyyat has been extremely vulnerable from the outset, and it has changed its theology … Continue reading Inside Ahmadiyyat: what is it made up of?