Mirzas Claim of Receiving Revelation(wahi)
Mirza Declared his so-called Wahi (revelation) as absolute as the Torah,
Gospel and the Holy Quran.
"And I place my belief in the Ayaat (verses) of Quran Shareef, the same
way, without a jot of difference, I believe in that clear, and apparent
Wahi (revelation) of God which came to me; whose truth has been unravelled
to me through His continous tokens. And I can swear this standing in Baitullah
(holy Ka`bah in Makkah) that the holy revelation which descends upon me
is the word of the same God Who sent down His Word on Hazrat Moosa (Moses),
Hazrat I`sa (Jesus) and Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa."
(Eyk Ghalati ka Izla, p.8)
"This Divine conversation which is held with me is certain. If I doubt
it for a moment I become an infidel and my hereafter be destroyed. The
word which descended on me is certain and absolute. As a person cannot
doubt the sun and its light, having seen the sun and the sunlight, the
same way I cannot place doubt in that word which descends upon me from
Allah and I have the same faith in it as in Godís Book. It is possible
that up to a certain time, mistakes may be committed by me in interpreting
Godís word at certain places but it is not possible that I doubt (that)
is not Godís word"
(Tajjaliat-e-Ilahi, p.20, Rabwah)
"How can I repudiate the continuous Wahi of God (being revealed) for twenty-three
years. I have faith in this holy Wahi of His as in all the Wahis of God
having been revealed prior to me."
(Haqiqat ul Wahi, P.150).
Any person of reasonable sense would conclude from Mirzas disgusting
code of conversation and abusive discourse that he was inspired by the
Satan rather than God and his statements are a part of the Devilís ploy
in leading people astray.
Back to contents of Hazrat Isa
Copyright Inter-Islam 1998-2001 ©