The Orwellian nature of Qadianis

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  1. sunni.bro

    sunni.bro New Member

    Salam everyone.

    Online, while I don't engage with Qadianis at the risk of losing precious braincells, I tend to notice arguments that can be compared to George Orwell's "doublespeak" from Nineteen Eighty-Four. For example, saying they "don't reject Khateme Nabuwwat" and then proceed to give an explanation that clearly contradicts the meaning of the finality of Prophethood for the Prophet ﷺ.

    And then they always make their embarrassing attempts by mentioning Nabi Esa عليه السلام, etc.

    I've thought up of an analogy for the Finality of Prophethood that a person with reasonable logic would agree with, and welcome thoughts on it:
    "Once the envelope has been sealed you cannot add to the letter without breaking the seal."

    Note, I'm not a student of knowledge, and I don't have a shaykh or teacher. I'm just a lay-Muslim that goes to my local Masajid and reads a tiny amount of basic stuff at home.

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