In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Ever Merciful.

“I AM TO YOU A SINCERE COUNSELOR”
Holy Quran 7:69

 

Introduction
Since some time visitors to our website may have noticed that it was not being updated. This was due mainly to the fact that some fundamental issues were being resolved concerning the interpretation of the manifestation and the future course of action of the Jamaat. I cannot deny having always supported Munir Ahmad Azim saheb as a recipient of revelation. I base myself on my personal experience and that of the innumerable number of saints and sufis that have embellished the history of Islam in the past fifteen centuries. And above everything, I rely on the Holy Quran and on the explanations that the Promised Messiah and Mahdi Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) has given us on this matter.

As a matter of fact, I was not giving much importance to my own position in this manifestation because I was so overjoyed by the divine grace that was being manifested on Munir saheb and to which I was a witness. My position was in opposition to the attitude of a few members who adopted a more rational approach and thus questioned some teachings as well as certain positions taken by Munir Saheb. Though I have given full credence to Munir Azim's claims, I have always been fully conscious of my own responsibility in the whole matter. As the person in charge of the Jamaat   I have always conducted the affairs of the Jamaat on the basis of mutual consultation. My personal opinion was that Munir Saheb should give audience to those members who were seeking additional explanations on some of his revelations and who were questioning some of the things that he was saying. But Munir saheb refused and remained adamant on his position. As time went on it seemed that Munir Saheb was careering on his own course and he left the Jamaat, so to say, at a loose end. All attempts to have a constructive dialogue with him failed.

It was in such circumstances that on 26th May 2007 in the morning before Fajr prayer Allah addressed me saying in Arabic: “Yaa qutub uddin unzur ela Jamaa'ati” which means “O Qutub Uddin look after My Jamaat”. I understood “My Jamaat” to mean first and foremost members of Jamaat Ahmadiyya Al Mouslemeen and also all other sincere Ahmadis who would eventually join us. After a few minutes I received: “ Unzur elaa aa'saaré rahmaté rabbeka ” which means “look at the signs of the Mercy of Thy Lord.”

After this, some more efforts were made to settle the matter with Munir Saheb but in vain. As time went by, Allah increasingly showered His Grace with more guidance to me through revelation. We are only servants and   we can only submit to His will. When I prayed for guidance concerning this new situation, it was revealed to me:

Qadir hai wo baargah, tota kaam banaaé,
Bana, bana ya tor dé
Koyi uss ka bhed na jaané

All Powerful and Almighty is the Lord Allah
An affair that had failed and broken to pieces, He can If He wills crown with success
And He also has the power to smash it up and reduce it to nothing that which stood accomplished and complete.
There is none who can read the stupendous import of His profound Mysteries.

In view of the revelations that I have received I understood that from now on I will have to pursue the objectives of the Jamaat together with the other believers that Allah had brought into the Jamaat.   We do not want to pass any judgment on Munir saheb. However we could not follow him in the path that he had started to tread. We did not have any choice but to dissociate ourselves from him.

I must add that Allah informed me of a coming crisis. We went a far way to seek a constructive dialogue but we did not have it. We submit ourselves to His Will. We are now at a turning point and with it we view this divine manifestation in a new perspective. We understand that Allah has, out of His mercy, shed more light and broadened our understanding of His manifestation. In view of this, I proceed to reiterate the raison d'être of the Jamaat Ahmadiyya al Mouslemeen.

Background To The Creation Of Jamaat Ahmadiyya Al Mouslemeen
In December 2000, the then and actual Amir Jamaat of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Mauritius sent a report to the then caliph Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (may his soul rest in peace) about Munir Ahmad Azim and myself. The content of the report was that Munir Ahmad Azim, a local missionary was claiming to receive revelations from Allah and I, who was the Amir Jamaat from November 1988 to June   1998 had given him my support. According to the Amir such a favour from Allah was prejudicial to the interests of the Jamaat. Hence basing himself on this report the caliph expelled both of us from the Jamaat. We were told to present our excuses and to re-integrate the Jamaat.   But being true to the teachings of Islam we could not renege on what we claimed. We maintained what we said and accepted the sanctions against us with patience. We were convinced of the truthfulness of the revelations that we were receiving and we did not care whether we were in the Jamaat or outside. What was most important for us was that Allah was with us. He continued to gratify us with His Words almost daily.

This situation continued for some time despite the boycott and harassment that we received from our Ahmadi brothers. The Jamaat even went to the extent of closing a mosque on Eid-ul-Azhia day so that we might not be able to pray over there. Little by little, some other sincere truth-loving brothers and sisters who could not bear the injustice that was being practiced by the Jamaat came to join us. They came to stand by us. And as Hazrat Masih Maooud, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as said:“ Khoda ta'ala kissi sadiq ko be Jamaat nahin chorta ” i.e., Allah the Great never leaves a truthful person without a Jamaat. Hence Jamaat Ahmadiyya al Mouslemeen was born in May 2003.

Since throughout our life we have subscribed to the ideals of Ahmadiyyat as spelled out by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908), the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, our mission could not be different from what he had taught us. And our reaction to any serious claimant to the reception of revelation has always been and will always be the same as the Promised Messiah and Mahdi has taught us. In Lecture Ludhiana he says

“Can't you even say what one of Pharaoh's men said: ‘If he be a liar, on him will be the sin of his lie; but if he is truthful, then some of that which he threatens you with will, surely , befall you.' HQ 40:29…The point worth remembering in the verse I have quoted is that God shall fulfill some, and not all, the prophecies concerning chastisement. The philosophy behind this is that some prophecies are conditional and the punishment can be averted through repentance, imploring divine mercy, and turning towards God.”

The Objectives Of The Jamaat
The main aim of our Jamaat is to strictly adhere to all the teachings of Islam as have been given by its Founder Hazrat Mohammad saw and as have been expounded by the Mahdi and Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as . We strive to strictly adhere to the letter and spirit of what they have said. We understand Khilafat with the meaning that the Messiah has attached to it in his writings. We believe that there is no one within the Jamaat Ahmadiyya in the last 118 years who knew about Allah as much as he did. He was the knower of Allah ( arif billah )par excellence. Our most important objective is spelt out in the following verse which was revealed to me around the year 2002 and I was told this is our mission:

“Verily Allah enjoins justice and the doing of good to others and giving like kindred; and forbids indecency and manifest evil and transgression. He admonishes you that you may take heed.”

Activities in pursuance of the objectives
Once we were settled, we started organizing our activities more or less on the same lines that we did when we were in the mainstream Jamaat Ahmadiyya. Although we were approximately 70 members in all, we were quite active in the pursuit of such activities that could help us fulfill our objectives. There was a new enthusiasm in our members to learn and practice our religion. Several of them were gratified with true dreams, visions and even revelations. There was a breath of fresh air which increased the faith of all who were with us. Regularly we organized study circles where we studied the attributes of Allah and the lives of the prophets. Speeches were delivered where members were able to learn more about the life of the Holy Prophet and the beginning of Islam. Regular classes were held for all age groups where they could learn what was pertinent to their particular stage in the life cycle. This has been going for at least three years. Unfortunately, but as it is customary in Jamaats established by Allah, during that time there have been at least a dozen members who became dissatisfied with our objectives and they dissociated themselves from us.

Our distinction
Ahmadis are aware that the mainstream Ahmadiyya Jamaat and the Anjuman   Isha'at Islam of Lahore   have different viewpoints on the status of the Promised Messiah. The mainstream Ahmadiyya   Jamaat believe that the Promised Messiah was an ummati prophet whereas the Lahori Jamaat believe that he was not a prophet but a Mujaddid. Furthermore the mainstream Ahmadiyya Jamaat believes that khilafat will last till the end of time and if anyone will come from Allah, he should be the reigning caliph and no one else. The Lahori believe that according to the writings of the Promised Messiah, since the door of revelation is open, many others may come but they will come from the Jamaat of the Promised Messiah. And to prove this many quotations from the writings of the Promised Messiah are available.

We believe that the Promised Messiah was an ummati prophet and that other ummati prophets, messiahs, mojaddids may come within his Jamaat. They need not necessarily be the reigning caliphs because this choice is the exclusive right of Allah. Below we give several quotations from the writings of the Holy Quran and the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as   to support the view that Allah will continue to raise people   who will guide others through revelations.

Quotations from the Holy Quran

  • But Allah does what He desires. (2:254)
  • He is not to be questioned as to what He does but they will be questioned ( 21:24 )
  • All Grace is in the hand of Allah. He gives to whomsoever He pleases. And Allah is Bountiful and All-Knowing (3:74)
  • He selects for His Mercy whomsoever He pleases. And Allah is Lord of Mighty Grace (3:75)
  • Nor would Allah reveal to you the unseen. But Allah chooses of His Messengers whom He pleases (3:180).
  • Allah chooses for Himself whom He pleases, and guides to Himself he who turns to Him (42:14)
  • He sends His word by His command to whomsoever of His servants He pleases that He may give warning of the Day of Meeting(40:16)

Quotations from the writings of the Promised Messiah
The majority of the Muslims do not believe that the door of revelation is still open. Hazrat Ahmad as taught that it is still open and will remain open until the last day. This is a fundamental belief of the Ahmadis. But when in 2000 the then caliph was told that some persons were receiving revelations in Mauritius , he rejected these claims without making a proper investigation of the matter. Please find below some quotations from the writings of Hazrat Ahmad as about revelations. You may read almost all that he said on this subject at the following link: http://www.alislam.org/books/essence2/chap02.html .

  1. The door of revelation is never closed
    I tell you that every door can be closed but the door of the descent of the Holy Spirit is never closed. Open the doors of your heart so that it might enter into it.
  2. Revelation is a Means of Salvation
    We have been created for a great purpose that is to have the true understanding of God; on that understanding depends our salvation. It delivers us from every impure and doubtful way and leads us to the edge of a pure and clear river. It can be acquired only through Divine revelation. [Izala-e-Auh a m, Ruhani Khaza'in, vol. 3, pp. 326-329]
  3. The first indication of guidance is converse with the Divine
    It is true that the Holy Qur'an contains all the guidance, but when the Qur'an leads a person to the fountain of guidance the first indication of it is that he begins to experience converse with the Divine, whereby a revealing understanding of high degree and a visible blessing and light is created and that cognition begins to be acquired which cannot be achieved by blind following or through intellectual theories, for they are all limited, full of doubts, defective, and incomplete.
    It should be remembered that spiritual knowledge and spiritual understanding can be acquired only through revelation and visions, and until we achieve that standard of light our humanness cannot acquire any true understanding or true perfection... [Izala-e-Auham, Ruhani Khaza'in, vol. 3, pp. 326-329]
  4. It is a pity that the blind world does not appreciate how near a person can approach to God
    But if a good and righteous person begins to receive, Divine communication without obstruction, a bright, delicious communication which is full of wisdom, in majestic terms and in complete wakefulness, and there has passed between him and God Almighty a series of at least ten questions and answers in the course of which God accepted his prayers a number of times and conveyed to him fine understandings and informed him of coming events, then such a person should be most grateful to God and should be wholly devoted to Him, inasmuch as God has of His pure grace chosen him out of all His servants and has made him heir to the righteous ones who have passed on before him. Such a bounty occurs rarely and is a matter of good fortune. Everything beside it is of no value. Islam has always produced people of this rank and station. It is Islam alone in which God comes close to a servant and talks to him. He speaks inside him and makes his heart His throne and draws him towards heaven and bestows upon him all the bounties that have been bestowed upon those who have gone before. It is a pity that the blind world does not appreciate how near a person can approach to God. They do not step forward themselves and when some one steps forward he is either dubbed a Kafir or is deified and is put in the place of God.[Islami Usulki Philosophy, Ruhani Khaza'in, vol. 10, pp. 437-441]
  5. What is revelation?
    It is God's converse in living and powerful words with a chosen servant or with one whom He desires to choose. When this converse starts in an abundant and satisfactory manner and is free from the darkness of false thinking and is not confined to a few scattered and incomplete phrases, and is delicious and is full of wisdom and majesty, it is the Word of God by which He desires to comfort His servant and through which He manifests Himself to him.” [Islami Usulki Philosophy, Ruhani Khaza'in, vol. 10, pp. 437-441]
  6. Rendering of an Urdu Poem

Why do you discard the gem of Divine revelation? Take heed!
For this alone is the source of honour and distinction for the faith.

This is the flower which has no peer in the garden;
This is the fragrance before which the musk of Tataristan pales into insignificance.

This is the key, which opens up the gates of heavens;
This is the mirror, which shows us the countenance of the Beloved.

This is the only weapon which guarantees our victory;
This alone is the fortress, the citadel of security.

In Islam, this alone is the instrument of attaining knowledge of the Divine;
Mere tales cannot help a person out of the raging storm.

Divine revelation alone is the sign of knowing God;
Whoever receives it, also finds the Eternal Friend.

How wonderful is the garden of love!
The passage to which lies through the valley of death;

Whose fruit is the communion with the Beloved
even though it is surrounded by thorny bushes.

[Brahin-e-Ahmadiyya, Part V, Ruhani Khaza'in, vol. 21, p. 137]

For the time being we will content ourselves with the above quotations to prove that revelation is very important for the perfection of faith. And if it happens that someone within the Jamaat starts receiving revelation it should be a source of honour for the Jamaat because the words of the Promised Messiah are being fulfilled. Now if such persons are being rejected by the establishment of the Jamaat, should we wonder if such persons are given a Jamaat by Allah?


Rejection of the coming of Reformers or anyone else from Allah
The worldwide Ahmadiyya Organisation believes that the system of Khilafat-é-Ahmadiyya, has replaced Allah's prerogatives to send more reformers; because they say that this system will last till the Day of Judgment and is sufficient to preserve faith or to revive religion. Although it is the Caliphs who have said so, yet one may easily recognize contradictions in their statements.

For example, Hazrat Musleh Maoud (ra) is often quoted as having said, while answering a question about whether there will be a reformer in the 15 th century, “The Khalifa has a higher status than the Mujaddid. The Caliph is here to maintain the law and establish the deen. How can a reformer come whilst he is present? A reformer comes only when faith has deteriorated.” (Al-Fazl: 18 April 1947 )

The third Caliph Hazrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad (ra) made several speeches during the end of the sixties and in the seventies to prove a similar point as that of the Musleh Maood. At some time a sort of seminar was organized around the subject Khilafat or Mujaddadiyyat . A translation of the speeches presented at that seminar can be read at alislam.org .

And the 4th Caliph, Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (ra) has explained in a question-and-answers session that, if there were any need for reform in the Jamaat, he felt (that was his opinion)  that Allah would appoint the reigning Caliph as the Mujaddid.

At the same time he has also said while explaining ‘Sirat-é-Mustaqeem', as recorded in the book “Absolute Justice, Kindness and Kinship” pg 130:

“So the Siraat-é-Mustaqeem is a straight path which others seek to twist and bend out of shape. In spite of such concerted efforts, God has ensured that all attempts to change the Straight Path will ultimately be failed. The promise of the restoration of the true Teachings of Islam at least once every hundred years by a divinely guided leader ensures that man-made changes and other signs of natural decay are repaired periodically.”

Obviously he was referring to the Hadith of Abou Dawood; where Hazrat Mohammad (s.a.w) said: “Verily Allah will appoint for this umma someone who will revive the faith, at the head of every century.”

If our caliphs believed that the system of khilafat has replaced the system of Mujaddadiyyat, then they should have been those who correct all sorts of nonsensical ideas that creep into not only Islam but also into Ahmadiyyat. If that were the case we would not have read, in the publications of the Jamaat Ahmadiyya of Mauritius   and elsewhere   such ignorant and anti-ahmadiyya concept as “Khilafat lasted for 30 years...” or that “for 13 centuries there was no Khilafat, until it was re-established after the demise of the Promised Messiah.” Hazrat Massih Maoud (a.s.) has condemned in forceful terms, such despicable thinking. So is not that a proof enough that faith has been corrupted, and there is need for reform? The reigning Caliph is not correcting such foolish statements at all. And we do not want to comment on the unverified astronomical number of paper ahmadis who have joined to the jamaat since 1993. Why have these figures been removed from the web site www.alislam.org? These figures have been removed most probably because they are very embarrassing to justify. Nonetheless publications of the Jamaat in Mauritius continue to tell the world that these are the figures that show that Jamaat Ahmadiyya Worldwide is making extraordinary progress in the field of propagation. Hence reform is not taking place despite the presence of the caliph. There are many other examples that may be quoted. But for the time being these few will suffice.  

On the other hand, please find below quotations from Hazrat Ahmad (as) which shows that the door for the coming of people from Allah is wide open within the Jamaaat.

Quotations From Hazrat Ahmad's Writings :

  • "Laa waliya ba'di illallazi howa minni wa ala ahdi" (Khutba Ilhamiyya 1st Edition p 35) which means there will be no Wali after me except one who comes from me and has a relationship with me.
  • ...Because this is the last millennium, therefore it was necessary that at it's beginning that the Guide of the latter days should appear. And after him there will be no Guide or any Messiah but one who will be his reflection (zill)."
  • Do you understand what is meant by the night of decree? The night of decree or “ laillatul Qadr ” is the name of a night when spiritual darkness reaches its ultimate gloom. That gloom, metaphorically demands a light from heaven for its own dissipation. This night is symbolically called the night of Decree. In fact it is not a night but a period, which is referred to as a “night” because of its intense darkness.   One thousand months is the approximate life span of a human being. It is also a period after which normal human senses cease to function. The elapse of a period of one thousand months, following the demise of a prophet or his spiritual successor also signals the commencement of a ‘night' of darkness. This ‘night' triggers a fervor in the heavens and the seeds of the birth of one or more reformers is stealthily sown. Thus, such a reformer or reformers prepare to emerge at the head of the new century. The following verse is also an indication by God towards this phenomenon “ The night of Decree is better than a thousand months (Surah Al-Qadr (ch97) v4) meaning that anyone who perceives the blessings of this night of Decree, or anyone who benefits from the company of the Reformer of age, is better than an eighty years old man who failed to behold this blessed time. Even if he witnessed a single moment of this blessed era, it was better than his past one thousand months. Why is that moment better? Because during that period, in support of the Reformer, the angels of God and the Holy Spirit “( Rooh-ul-Quddus' ) descend from the heavens. They manifest themselves upon the hearts of the faithful for the purpose of unveiling the path to the guidance. They remain fully engaged in this endeavour until the gloom of delinquency vanishes, ushering in a dawn of piety.

    And also from the book The Will, we understand that we should expect people who will talk with the Holy Spirit within the Jamaat.

Why the need for a new Jamaat
Hence Jamaat Ahmadiyya al Mouslemine is the Jamaat that has been established to teach its members the true teachings of Islam as explained by   Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as   and like him we say:

Mera maqsoud wa matloub wa tamanna khidmat khalq ast

My ultimate aim, the object of my desire and my wish is to help people.

At several places in his writings the Promised Messiah has explained why there was a need to form a new Jamaat when there were several other Jamaats in India at that time. Among other things he said that Allah wanted to create a Jamaat where people “would bring about such a change in themselves that their hearts would incline thoroughly to the next world, and that they would feel the fear of Allah inside themselves and that they become an example for others in piety, God-fearingness, eagerness for Allah, abstinence, softheartedness, and brotherhood. They should also be humble and honest and be very eager to participate in all important affairs of the religion” (Pamphlet for postponement of Annual Congress of 1893).

 

How the fruits of the garden of Hazrat Ahmad are dealt with
When a good Ahmadi tries to follow all the teachings of Hazrat Ahmad as and by Allah's Grace he is rewarded with the fruits that were promised, the establishment rejects him as was done in our case. The proper course of action for any caliph would have been to follow the example of the Promised Messiah. He wrote the booklet “The Need for the Imam” in response to one of his disciples question about revelation. He explained in a very humble way the distinction between the revelations of the imam and that of other persons of the age. He did not reject that person for what he said. He took the pains to explain, advise and to persuade, characteristic of one who was raised to that august office. Unfortunately such nobility was not showed to us. But Allah is the Lord of such persons. When He sees that the Jamaat rejects the promised fruits of the garden that was painstakingly grown by Hazrat Ahmad, Allah takes it upon Himself to honour these persons. He gives them a Jamaat to help them. He chooses them for Himself and makes them enjoy His company and converse day and night.  

While I am writing, in a very subtle manner which is difficult to explain Allah drew my attention to two words of the following verse of the Holy Quran. Allah is my witness that I did not know its reference but using the two verses as a help I immediately found out the verse in question. It is as follows:

“Nay but they have rejected that, full knowledge of which they did not compass nor has the true significance thereof come to them. In like manner did those before them reject. But see what was the end of the wrongdoers.” HQ 10:40

And I cannot explain the situation of the Establishment of the Jamaat in any more eloquent words. To Allah be all praise and to Him do we turn.

Salvation is of utmost importance
What is vital for everyone who came into this world is that he/she should get success ( falah ) or salvation ( najat ) when he/she dies. If one fails to achieve this, one has lived for nothing. You may have a PhD, you may be a doctor, you may be a governor or even the president of a big country or you may be the most important person in the world; but if you have not achieved or striven to achieve your salvation to the best of your abilities, you are nothing. Allah has allowed us to create this Jamaat so that we may help those who are eager to achieve their salvation. In this regard, we will here do our best to help our members to know and practice the noble teachings of Islam as expounded by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as .

What Allah has said to me
Now I would like to share with the readers some of the revelations that I have received from Allah. By the Grace of Allah, on average I have been receiving at least one revelation per day, not to speak about some visions and dreams also. I am not writing these in order to boast about myself but only to inform the people about the Favors of my Lord .

Those who are familiar with the verses of the Holy Quran would notice that many of these revelations are verses of the Holy Book or portions thereof or even a combination of portions from two different verses. Others are mostly verses from the poems of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as . I have also received some sentences in English and also some hadiths as well.   Soon all these revelations will be published incha Allah.

A word of caution
Before presenting these revelations I would like to give a last word of caution. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as has said in his book Buraheen Ahmadiyya on page 488:

“One should always remember this point that whatever words of praise which are used in the revelations of a believer, in truth these are praises in favor of the Holy Prophet Mohammad saw . And the believer will partake of that praise in proportion to his following in the steps of the Holy Prophet saw.”

I wish that these revelations are read taking this observation into consideration. May Allah guide everyone to the right conclusion incha Allah.
  • Wa man ya'tasim billahé fa howa hasbohou
    He who holds fast to Allah, Allah is Sufficient for him.

  • Wa man yatawakkal alallahé fahowa hasbohu
    He who trusts in Allah, Allah is Sufficient for him
  • Wa bashheril lazina aamanou wa amelous swalehaaté anna lahoum qadama sidqin inda rabbehim
    And give glad tidings to those who believe and do good deeds that   they have a station of honor with their Lord
  • Inna Rabbaka La bil Mirsaad
    Surely Your Lord is ever on the watch
  • Wa tammat kalimato rabbeka
    And the words of Thy Lord will be accomplished
  • Wa man ya'tasim billahé faqad outeya khayran kasira
    He who holds fast to Allah has been given plenty of what is good.
  • Haramoun alaina an nokazzeba maa anzalallaho alaina.
    It is forbidden to us to disbelieve what is being revealed to us from Allah
  • Qul inna salati wa nosoki wa mahyaya wa mamati lillahé rabbil alamine. La sharikalahou, wa bezaleka omirto wa ana awwalul mouslemine.
    Say: My Prayer and my sacrifice and my life and my death are all for Allah, the Lord of the worlds. He has no partner. And so I am commanded and I am the first of those who submit.
  • Wa in yamsaskallaho bezourrin fala kasheefa lahou illa hou, wa in yamsasska bee khayreen fahowa a'la koullé shay'een qadeer
    And if Allah touches thee with affliction, there is none to remove it but He; and if He touches thee with happiness, then He has the power to do all that He wills.
  • Kataballaho la aghlebanna Ana wa rosoli
    Allah has decreed: "I and My Messenger will be victorious"
  • Fa laa tahzan. Wa antomoul alawna in kountoum menas swaleheen
    Be not sad. You will have the upper hand provided your are among those who are upright.
  • Inni Jaa''eloka linnaasé imaama
    I shall make you a leader of the people.
  • Ya layta qawmi ya'lamouna bema ghafarali rabbi wa ja'alani menal moukramine
    O would that my people knew that My Lord has forgiven me and has put me among the honoured ones.

  • Boushra lakoum Ya imamul Muttaqeen
    Good news to you (and your Jamaat) O Leader of the Pious.

Writings of Hazrat Masih Maood (as)rReceived as revelations:

  • Qadir hai wo baargah tota kaam banaé
    Bana bana ya tor de ko'ee ouska bheid na jané

    These lines can be paraphrased as follows:
    Allah is very powerful; He may mend something that has been broken.
    He mends it or He breaks it; no one knows His secret.


  • Nouré fourqan hai jo sab nouron se ajla nikla
    Paak wo jisse ye anwaar ka darya nikla

    The light of the Holy Quran is above all other lights
    Holy is he from whom that light came.


  • Shukr lillah mil gaya hamko wo la'le be badal
    Aaj ham dilbar ké aur dilbar hamara ho gaya

    Thanks to Allah we have received that ruby which does not change;
    today we are for Allah and Allah is ours.


  • Barga eizdi se tou na youn mayous ho
    Moushkilein kia chiz hai moushkil kousha ke samné

    You have an appointment with God, be not so dejected
    What are problems for the remover of problems?

  • Kar bayan sab hajatein hajat rawa ké saamné

    Present all your needs to the fulfiller of needs.

  • Khoda ké paak logon ko khoda sé nusrak aati hai

    Allah's Help comes to those who are His Pure Servants.

  • Mujh ko kardé eh mere mawla kamiyab o kaamgaar

    Make me, oh my Lord, successful and grant me the object of my desire.

Some additional revelations

  • Fa iza kozi'al amro falaata heena manaas

    When the matter will be decided there will be no way to escape.

  • Yamhoullaho maa yashaa'o wa yousbit- indahou ilmoul kitaab.

    Allah effaces and establishes what He wills;and with Him is the Source of all commandments.

  • Otimmo ni'mati alaika wa ahdeka siratam moustakima.

    I will perfect My favors upon you and will guide you to the straight path.

  • Doushman ke zulm ki barchi se toum sina o dil barmaane do
    Ye dard rahe ga ban ke dawa toum sabr karo waqt aane do

    Present your breasts against the oppression of the enemies.
    This pain will change into a medicine, be patient until it's time comes.

  • Haqqan alaina nasral mo'meneen.

    It is incumbent upon us to help the believers.

  • Inna ma tou'adouna la'aatin.

    Whatever you are promised will come to pass.

  • Bal ajebou an jaa'ahoum munzeroum minhoum wa qalal kaferouna haza shay'oun ujjaab.

    And they wonder that a Warner has come to them from among themselves; and those who disbelieve say this is indeed an astounding thing.

  • Wa maa kounna moazzebeena hatta nab'asa rasoula.

    We will not punish until we raise a prophet.

  • Innaka menal maqbouleen or anta menal maqbooleen.

    You are among those who are accepted.

  • Dje tou mera ho rahé sab jag tera ho.

    If you become Mine, the whole world will be yours.

  • Man kaanallaho kaanallaho lahou.

    He who is for Allah, Allah is his.

  • Alaisal laho be kafin abdohou.

    Is not Allah sufficient for His servant?


  • Inna kaffainaakal moustahze'ine.

    We will suffice you against those who mock you.

  • Fatah wa nusrat ke kalid toumhare hathon mein thama gaya.

    The key of success and victory has been put into your hands.

  • You can swim against the current.

  • Quam ke logon idhar aa ke nikla aftaab.

    O Ye people come this way, the sun has risen.

I saw myself reading in my dream:

 Aa'o logon ke yehi noor khoda paa'o ge,
Lo toumhein tor tasalli ka bataya ham ne.

O ye people come here; you will receive the Light of God
I am telling you this as a consolation

 

Conclusion

I invite you all to reflect upon this verse of the Holy Quran which was revealed to me:

A fa bil baatele you'menouna wa be nematillahé yakforoune

Would they then believe in falsehood and deny the favour of Allah?

And on 9th September I received:

Eh sone walo jaago ke waqt bahar hai
Ab dekho aa ke dar pe hamare wo yaar hai

O you who are sleeping, wake up, it is spring time
Come and see that Friend of mine is on my doorsteps

Allah intends to put The Jamaat of Hazrat Masih Maood as back on its tracks through this Jamaat Ahmadiyya Al Mouslemeen. The Holy Quran speaks about the people of the book who recognized the truth in what was revealed to the Holy Prophet saw and it says:

And when they hear what has been revealed to this messenger thou seest their eyes overflow with tears because of the truth which they have recognized. They say, “Our Lord we believe, so write us down among the witnesses;

And why should we not believe in Allah and in the truth which has come to us, while we earnestly wish that our Lord should include us among the righteous people? 5:84

Members of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim organization should reflect upon this and the following verse and wonder what should be their course of action:

“And remember the time when Allah took the covenant from the prophets saying “whatever I give you of the Book and Wisdom and then there comes to you a Messenger fulfilling that which is with you, you shall believe in him and help him.” “Do you agree, and do you accept the responsibility which I lay upon you in this matter?” They said, “We agree” He said “Then bear witness and I am with you among the witnesses.”
HQ 3:82

I want everyone to know that I do not bear any grudge against anyone. What happened is over. The time has come that we turn a new page and act in a wise manner to solve our differences. Our aim should be union and not division. What Allah has given me now is far too important than what I seemingly lost when I was expelled from the Jamaat. Anyhow it is up to you!

  I am ready to receive feedback on what I have written. You may send your emails to contact@jaam-international.org . If you ask any question I will do my best to reply provided you reveal your identity by sending a copy of your Identity Card. I end with the following prayer:

Our Lord do not punish us if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord do not put upon us a responsibility as You did lay upon those before us. Our Lord burden us not with what we have not the strength to bear; and efface our sins and grant us forgiveness and have mercy on us; You are our Master; so help us against the disbelieving people."   HQ 2:287.

Ameen.

May peace be upon those who follow the Guidance.

May Allah forgive him  
Zafrullah Domun

28 Ramadhan 1428/ 10 October 2007