Pastor James Luke challenges Canadian Ahamdiyya community on Jesus In India issue
06 Dec 2016
Brampton: December 6, 2016. (PCP) The Canadian Christians from Pakistani origin lodged strong protest chanting slogans “Jesus is King of Kings” “Jai Yesu Di” holding play card “Ahmadiyya message is Lie” in front of Pearson Theatre where Ahmadiyya community was holding event “Jesus in India”.
Ahmadiyya community preaches against Christians and Muslim fundamental religious belief on which it was declared Non-Muslim in Pakistan by 2nd Amendment in constitution of 1973 of Islamic Republic of Pakistan where it had headquarters in town of Rabwah in Jhang District of Punjab province.
The Christian community in Pakistan and around world supported Ahmadiyya community when riots broke out in Rabwah and their life and property became under target by majority Sunni Muslims.
The United Kingdom facilitated Ahmadiyya community to establish their Headquarter in UK and United Nations awarded refugee status to Ahmadiyya community to provide their resettlement in Western countries and North America.
Instead of reforming ideology of Ahmadiyya religion after set back in Pakistan, it is unfortunate that it goes on damaging Christian faith in Canada to repeat issues like Jesus in India.
Many Christian leaders from Pakistani origin in Canada have been seen attending events of head of Ahmadiyya religion in Canada as token of support but it seems that Ahmadiyya community in Canada not need of support.
The protest against event Jesus in India was attended by Christian scholars and intellectuals like Professor Obaid Chaoudhry who seems also chanting slogans “Jesus is King” means Ahmadiyya community is losing moral support of Christians in Canada.
The Ahmadiyya Caliphate was established on May 27, 1908 following the death of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, who claimed to be the promised Messiah and Mahdi, the expected redeemer awaited by Muslims. After the death of Ghulam Ahmad, his successors directed the Ahmadiyya Community from Qadian, India to Rabwah, a town built on land bought in Pakistan by the community in 1948.
Pastor James Luke commented in his post on social media “Ahmadiyya community in Toronto Canada must refrain from attacking Bible and Quran by giving wrong opinion that Jesus travelled to India and died in Kashmir. The Holy Bible does not say so nor even the Quran. By saying this they defy the Bible & the Quran. They must stop this immediately and present their truth if they have any?”