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Heresy in Islam:

by Maulana Muhammad Ali

A Refutation of Declaring a Muslim an Unbeliever (Kafir)


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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction:
    • Faith and Action
    • Iman (Faith) in the Quran
    • Iman (Faith) in the Hadith
    • Kufr or Unbelief
    • A Muslim cannot be Called a Kafir
    • Iman and Islam
    • No Dogmas in Islam
    • Principles of Faith
    • Significance of Faith
  • Chapter 1:
    • Heresy as Defined in the Quran and Hadith
  • Chapter 2:
    • Views of the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement
    • The Qadiani Belief
    • The Founder Disowns
    • Denouncement of Founder's Claims
  • Chapter 3:
    • The Rule of Interpretation
    • Decisive and Allegorical Statements
    • Interpretation of the Founder's Writings
    • No Absolute Negation
  • Chapter 4:
    • Views Expressed in Tiryaq al-Qulub
    • Assertion in Tiryaq al-Qulub is Decisive
    • Abundance of Evidence
    • Clarity and Equity
  • Chapter 5:
    • Denunciation of a Muslim is against Islam
  • Chapter 6:
    • Founder's Views on Funeral Prayers
    • Funeral Prayers of non-Ahmadi Children
    • Persons Unaware of the Promised Messiah
    • Violation of Founder's Practice
    • Mian Mahmud Ahmad's Dilemma
    • Practice of the Founder
    • Funeral Prayer for Fazl-i-Ahmad
    • Evidence on Solemn Affirmation
    • The Issue: For and Against
  • Chapter 7:
    • Matrimonial Relations
  • Chapter 8:
    • Prayers Led by a non-Ahmadi Imam
    • Islamic Fraternity
    • An Earnest Appeal for Muslim Unity
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Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at-e-Islam Lahore © 1999–2012
[Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam]
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