Saturday, July 21, 2012
More Than 60 % Of Pakistani Bureaucrats Have Qadiani Faith
The grandson of the founder and first Khalifa of Qadian sect Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who converted to Muslim faith and changed his name from Mirza Ahmad Bilal to Abdur Rahman, said that 60 % of the bureaucrats of Pakistan are Qadianis by faith and Advisor for Interior Affairs Rahman Malik is one of them. Former late prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was not going to declare Qadianis as non-Muslims but on the pressure of religious and political parties was compelled to do so. During December 1973, on the occasion of annual congregation of the Jamaat (sect) Pakistani jets saluted to third Caliph ( according to Qadianis) Mirza Nasir during the speech on the orders of Qadiani Air Marshal Zafar Chaudhary.
Abdur Rahman further said that Qadian center has been working in the city of Hanfia in Israel since 1952 and that was opened during the caliphate of his grand father Mirza Bashir ud Din Mahmood. The second center was established in the capital Tel Aviv of Israel during the era of fourth caliph. All the programs held by the Qadianis in these centers are given official coverage by the Israeli government.
In the town of Talford in Britain such an institute is working that practically imparts the Jews and Christian children Islamic teachings and trains them to be sent to Islamic countries as Islamic scholars and Imams of Mosques to mislead the Muslim youth and Muslims having weaker knowledge of Islam.
Abdur Rahman said that the wives of Former president Parvez Musharraf Sahba Parvez and that of Shaukat Aziz were relatives and both belonged to Qadiani faith.
When during 1984 an ordinance against Qadianis to declare them non-Muslims were issued, Mirza Tahir received a phone call in Rabwah from Baluchistan Chief Miniszter House that he should leave the country immediately at night otherwise he was to be arrested next morning. So a high ranking officer of Qadiani community make him flee over night from the country.