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Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) arose in India at a time when the faith of Islam was under the heaviest attack by it critics. It was being misrepresented as a primitive, crude and violent ideology, Muslim leaders with their out-dated knowledge, narrow vision and their own misconceptions about Islam, were entirely failing to meet these challenges. Hazrat Mirza, in his writings and lectures, put forward the captivating picture of Islam as found in the Quran and the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad -- a religion of reason, peace and tolerance. He refuted all charges against Islam and established its superiority over the opposing faiths and philosophies. His work of reform and revival proved his claim of being one of the mujaddids (Reformers) of Islam who arose throughout Muslim history. He also claimed to be the Messiah whom the Muslims were expecting to come at a most critical time. He repeatedly denied the false allegation made against him of claiming to be a prophet; on the contrary, his mission was to preach Islam in its pristine purity, as taught by the Holy Prophet Muhammad, the Last of all the Prophets.

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