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30 Verses from Holy Quran that proves the death of Isa (as)

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A strange RESEMBLANCE between Hazrat Isa a.s and the Promised Messiah a.s

WAS JESUS a JEW or a CHRISTIAN ? Jesus was of the Jews. He did not use the word Christian for himself or his followers.I n fact the word had been in use as a derogatory title and a sign of contempt by the Romans ! Only later loosing its NEGATIVE flavor!!! The use of the word "Jew" should NOT be an anathema. In Arabic if you explore the root meaning of the word "ya hood" , it is actually from the same root as "hidayat, huda , (i.e guidance) etc" , the word "ya hood" means the  "GUIDED " same as "mah di" or one treading the Right Path. The word Muslim, has been used in literal sense.... Obedient to God, surrendered to God. It is so interesting, to watch this resemblance !!!  In his age, due to his being "the Christ" his followers have been called "Christians", due to his being from "Nasira" [Nazareth], his followers have called "Naswara" [Nazereens ], due to his F

The Result of belief that Prophet Isa a.s is alive

If you say Jesus Prophet (pbuh) did not die, then you must admit  that the Quran is full of contradictions.Whereas Allah clearly told us there is no discrepancy between different verses: Do they not then ponder over Quran?  And had it been from other than Allah, they would surely have found therein a much discrepancy.  4:82 Verily this (the Quran) is a conclusive discourse, and it is not a thing of joke. 86:13-14 Facts from the Quran If you believe Jesus is alive, then All Rasuls before Muhammad (pbuh) passed away (3:144) This is a serious contradiction Meaning of the word ‘wafat' is death in more than 20 different verses in the Quran Use of the word ‘wafat' in 3:55 and 5:117 are serious exceptions and contradictory. Christians would regard Jesus(pbuh) and his mother as God ONLY after his death (wafat) (5:116) The verse is contradictory since the Christians have been considering Jesus(pbuh) and his mother as god for a long time. Laws of Allah has been

How Did the Belief in the Resurrection Originate?

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کلام حضرت میر محمد اسمٰعیل صاحبؓ

ؓکلام حضرت میر محمد اسمٰعیل صاحب

حضرت عیسی کو خواب میں دیکھنا

حضرت عیسیٰ  علیہ السلام کو خواب میں دیکھنا (علمی نکتہ )  سیدنا حضرت مسیح موعود ؑ فرماتے ہیں : ''یہ عجیب بات ہے کہ اسلام کے ائمہ تعبیر جہاں حضرت عیسیٰ  ؑ کی رویت کی تعبیر کرتے ہیں وہاں یہ لکھتے ہیں کہ جو شخص حضرت عیسیٰ  ؑ    کو خواب میں دیکھے وہ کسی بلا سے نجات پا کر کسی اور ملک کی طرف چلا جائیگا اور ایک زمین سے دوسری زمین کی طرف ہجرت کریگا۔یہ نہیں لکھتے کہ وہ آسمان پر چڑھ جائیگا۔دیکھو کتاب تعطیرالانام اور دوسرے ائمہ کی کتابیں ۔پس عقلمند پر ظاہر ہونے کے لئے یہ بھی ایک پہلو ہے۔ '' (روحانی خزائن ،جلد ۲۲،حقیقۃ الوحی ،صفحہ ۳۸حاشیہ)

হজৰত ঈছা [আ:] ৰ হায়াত- মৌতৰ ইতিহাস আৰু পুণৰাগমণ।

An Article about the Natural Death of Jesus a.s by an Ahmadi Scholar in a daily news paper of Assam (India) '' Gana-Adhikar ''  যোৱা ৮ আগষ্ট ২০১৪ শুকুৰবাৰ দিনা মাননীয় হাই খালিদ ছাহেবে  "গণ অধিকাৰ" নামৰ দৈনিক বাতৰি কাকতত ঈছা  (আ:] ৰ বিষয়ে কিছু কথা কোৰআন আৰু হাদিছ সহকাৰে তুলি ধৰিছে। Read this Article Online

Was Jesus faster than light?

Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad Sahib fourth Khalifa of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community explaining the logical point that Jesus(pbuh)can not be ascended. As if had he traveled through the speed of the light then it will take about 10 billion years for him to reach the fourth heaven.