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Posted by Rafiq A. Tschannen
Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan and Allama Iqbal (who is the bigger man?)
Salma Javid Khan
March 28, 2013 at 5:06 am
Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan, Undoubtedly! Masha’Allah!
Dr Rasheed S Azam
March 28, 2013 at 8:32 am
Yes, of course, two great personalities of our last century; one devoted to serving God and humanity with humility and the other lost in search of “KHUDEE!”
March 28, 2013 at 8:41 am
The great Zafarullah Khan !! May Allah give him high status in Paradise for all the great service he did for Muslims & Islam, Ameen.
March 28, 2013 at 10:47 am
Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan was a devoted, dedicated, decorated Ahmadi. He traveled a lot and served with humility. He worked for the cause of all Muslims.
No doubt, Sir Muhammad Iqbal was a great poet. His poetry is very good. He and his family were close to Ahmadiyat. But he lost his way. In the end he was disillusioned, disappointed.
Mostly it was, perhaps, due to the company that he was keeping, i.e. Tulu’ Islam people and Ahrar maulvis and Lahori group. The Allama sahib could not decide between right and wrong. We praise him for his poetry and we give him a high rank (credit) in that matter. He had a feeling for the Muslims but did not know how to go about it.
I know many other mini-reformers in this Ummah who thaught that they were working for islah (Musliheen). May Allah guide maximum people to the right path. Ameen.
Wasim A. Khan
March 28, 2013 at 2:16 pm
It is a historic picture of the time and it must be preserved . This tells the truth about Alama Iqbal that he accepted Ahmadiyat.
March 28, 2013 at 7:25 pm
We do not need any proof that Iqbal has accepted Ahmadiyyat. Iqbal was a cheap opportunist who used anyone he could, to elevate himself alone.
Munawar Ahmad Bajwa
March 29, 2013 at 3:14 am
The Great Global Village High Court Judge and Religious/Political Leader Zafarullah Khan !! May Almighty Allah bless him a place in Firdoos Paradise for all the great services he performed for Islam and Mankind. Ameen.
Sardar Munir Ahmed - Coventry UK
June 4, 2014 at 10:26 am
It is potently documented event that is often missed that Sir Mohammad Iqbal with his exalted pupil, Sir Zafarullah Khan travelled together to Qadian and there in the presence of Sir Zafarullh Khan accepted Ahmadiyyat at the hands of the Khalifa tul Massih.
Iqbal’s brother Ata Ullah Marhhoom was already an Ahmadi. The descendent of Ata Ullah Marhoom can vouch for this Bait.
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