|The Issue of Khatam-un-Nabiyyin|
|Belief in Khatam an-nabiyyin||The chief allegation against Hazrat Mirza
Ghulam Ahmad is that he denied that the Holy Prophet
Muhammad was the Last of the Prophets, and that he
himself claimed to be a prophet. The first point to note
is that the term used for the Holy Prophet in this
connection in the Holy Quran is Khatam an-nabiyyin.
Throughout his writings, Hazrat Mirza affirmed in plain
words that he believed the Holy Prophet Muhammad to be
the Khatam an-nabiyyin. Not one sentence can be found to
Here we present extracts from Hazrat Mirza's writings to show that his use of the Quranic term Khatam an-nabiyyin was completely in line with the traditional view of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) as the last of the prophets. Hazrat Mirza made it clear many times that the meaning of this title of the Holy Prophet meant that no prophet, old or new, could come after him.
Also included are some conclusive rebuttals by him of false accusations by opponents who charged him with laying claim to prophethood.
|Meaning of Khatam an-nabiyyin|
|Denial of claim to prophethood|