Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called the British-Government as the Khalifa of all the Muslims (1902)

Intro
In the english-ROR of February 1902, Muhammad Ali (the editor of the ROR) seems to have written an essay entitled, “Religious controversies and our position in them”. In this essay, Muhammad Ali endorsed MGA’s views on Jihad, he admitted that the first bait form contained a condition which forced Ahmadi’s to be loyal to the British government (which was changed later in 1906), and that MGA and all Ahmadi’s considered the British government as the Khalifa of Muslims, and indirectly denied the Khilafat of the Ottoman Empire.

The quote
“We as a sect do not acknowledge any temporal ruler other than the British Government, as Khalifa of the Muslims…”

See our Other blog by Ex-Ahmadi brother Bashir Shah

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called the British-Government as the Khalifa of all the Muslims (1902)

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