Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal and the Ahmadiyya Movement

His Views of, and Relations with, the Ahmadiyya Movement from Beginning to End

by Maulana Hafiz Sher Muhammad

Table of Contents:

  • Summary of the Book
  • About the Author (Hafiz Sher Muhammad)
  • Translator’s Preface
  • Chapter 1: Background:
    • Iqbal’s Teacher, Mir Hasan, on Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian
  • Chapter 2: During the Life of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian
  • Chapter 3: Time of Maulana Nur-ud-Din:
    • First Phase of Opposition
    • Public Meeting in Lahore as Lord Headley accepts Islam
  • Chapter 4: Extremist Beliefs coined by Qadianis, and the Result
  • Chapter 5: Good Relations with Lahore Jamaat Continue:
    • Co-operation in Muslim National Affairs
    • Lord Headley’s Visit to Lahore and Iqbal’s Speech at the Lahore Ahmadiyya Annual Gathering
    • Calls Lahore Ahmadis “Muslims with a Sense of Honour”
    • Attends Hindu’s acceptance of Islam at Ahmadiyya Buildings, Lahore
  • Chapter 6: His Last Years — Opposes Qadianis but vindicates Lahore Jamaat:
    • Further View expressed by Iqbal in this Period
    • Iqbal’s Opposition was against Qadiani Doctrines
  • Chapter 7: Iqbal’s Religious Views derived from Ahmadiyya Thought:
    • Views in Prose
    • Influence of Ahmadiyya Views on Iqbal’s Poetry
  • Chapter 8: Praises British Rulers of India
  • Chapter 9: Iqbal on ‘Who is a Muslim’?