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Sir Syed Ahmad Khan




 Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Sahib, famous 19th century Muslim scholar and founder of the AliGarh Muslim University, wrote in his quranic commentary:


 "Now we must turn to the Holy Quran to see what it says. The Quran makes mention of Jesus’ death in four places … Firstly in Sura Aal Imran, secondly in Sura Ma’ida, … thirdly in Sura Maryam … fourthly in Sura Nisa’. Jesus was not killed by the Jews, either by stoning or by crucifixion, but he died his natural death, and God raised him in rank and status .......… From the first three verses it is clear that Jesus died a natural death. However, as the Ulama of Islam had followed the Christians, in accepting that Jesus had gone up to heaven alive, before looking at the Quran, so they have tried to interpret some of the words in these verses to accord with their unsound belief."



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سر سید احمد خاں اور وفاتِ مسیح 

اب ہم کو قرآن مجید پر غور کرنا چاہئے کہ اس میں کیا لکھا ہے ۔قرآن مجید میں حضرت عیسیٰ  ؑ کی وفات کے متعلق چار جگہ ذکر آیا ہے ۔۔۔۔۔پہلی تین آیتوں سے حضرت عیسیٰ  ؑ کا طبعی موت سے وفات پانا ظاہر ہے مگر چونکہ علماءِ اسلام نے بہ تقلید بعض فرقِ نصاریٰ کے قبل اس کے کہ قرآن پر غور کریں ،یہ تسلیم کر لیا تھا کہ حضرت عیسیٰ  ؑ زندہ آسمان پر چلے گئے ہیں اس لئے انہوں نے اُن آیتوں کے بعض الفاظ کو اپنی غیر محقق تسلیم کے مطابق کرنے کی کوشش کی ہے ۔

(تفسیر سر سید احمد خاں صاحب جلد4صفحہ46۔47)


سیدنا حضرت حکیم مولانا نور الدین ؓ خلیفۃ المسیح الاوّل فرماتے ہیں 
نبی کریم ﷺ سے پہلے بعض موحد لوگ امیّہ بن صلت،زید بن عمر پیدا ہوئے ۔مگر جماعت صرف نبی کریم ﷺ نے بنائی ۔اسی طرح مسیح موعود ؑ سے پہلے سید احمد خان وفاتِ مسیح کا قائل تھا ۔مگر یہ خدا پرست جماعت یہ پابندِ کتاب و سنّت مرزا کیلئے تھی ۔





  



  

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