Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad the Head Of World Wide Ahmadyya Muslim Jamat, giving the answer of questions made by the audions in 1986 . But the nature of questions and its answers still valid and these questions still require to solve even in the later days since 1974 to 2011(In 1974 Ahamadyya Jamat Declared As a Non Muslim comunity In Pakistan).Jamaat e Ahmadyya beleaves that Mohammad (SAW) is the last prophet of GOD and the Quran is the last book from GOD, and as the promise of Mohammad (SAW) Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani is the Imam e Mahdi and promised Maseh.We Beleave all the oredrs of Quran and Sunnah. Must see the whole session.
Questions will be welcomed.
Mirza Tahir Ahmad مرزا طاہراحمد (December 18, 1928 -- April 19, 2003) was Khalifatul Masih IV, Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and fourth successor to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. He was elected as Caliph on June 10, 1982, the day after the death of his predecessor, Mirza Nasir Ahmad.In
1974, he was nominated as a member of the Ahmadiyya delegation which appeared before the Parliament of Pakistan to defend the beliefs of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. As Khalifatul Masih IV, Tahir Ahmad attended the 100th Annual Jalsa Salana (annual gathering) being held in Qadian, India in 1991. It was the first time an Ahmadiyya Caliph had returned to Qadian since the partition of India occurred in 1947 when the community relocated from India to Pakistan.
Tahir Ahmad is perhaps best known for his "Question & Answers" sessions. During his Caliphate, the community experienced structural and financial growth including the launch of the first Muslim satellite television network, Muslim Television Ahmadiyya, in 1994.The Majlis Intikhab Khilafat (Electoral College), convened at Mubarik Mosque in Rabwah, Pakistan elected Mirza Tahir Ahmad as the fourth successor to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and head of the community on June 10, 1982.After taking office, Tahir Ahmad worked to restore the Community with a new passion. Ordinance XX, the anti-Ahmadiyya legislature passed by General Zia ul Haq's government on April 26, 1984, compelled him to leave Pakistan immediately. Thus he left Rabwah nowdays known as Chenab Nagar, the headquarter of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan on the early morning of April 28th 1984 with his family accompanied by some senior members of the community.
Mirza Tahir Ahmad died on April 19, 2003 at 9:30
am GMT in London, England from heart failure. Tahir Ahmad's body was taken to Islamabad, Tilford where he was buried on the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's property. His successor Mirza Masroor Ahmad as the Khalifatul Masih V, led the funeral prayer. The service was held at on April 24, 2003 at 2:00
p.m, attended by over 40,000 people from around the world.