Maulana Muhammad Ali and The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement
||Our opponents assert that Ahmadis are
condemned as kafir by unanimous Muslim opinion
around the world. This is entirely false. Distinguished
Muslim religious thinkers, intellectuals, and leaders of
the community, have not only regarded Lahore Ahmadis as
Muslims, but have paid tributes to the work of Islamic
propagation and revival done by this movement and, in
particular, by its great leader Hazrat Maulana Muhammad
Ali (d. 1951).
present such tributes from the pens of prominent Muslims
who are held in high public esteem. Also presented are
tributes to the work of the Woking Muslim Mission
(England) under various eminent Ahmadi imams, showing
that leading Muslim figures and the general Muslim public
supported the activities of this Mission.