Is it true that the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was a British agent, planted to sow division among Muslims? Did he claim to be the son of God, the Seal of Prophets, or the House of God? Are Islamic scholars truly agreed that God will never raise a Messenger after Holy Prophet (sa)?
The answer to each of these questions is a resounding no, but a campaign of misinformation seeks to create enmity and incite the masses to persecute Ahmadi Muslims. This book was written to refute the absurd ideas presented in one such slanderous pamphlet, entitled 'Ilhami Girgit' (Divine Chameleon). It lays bare the author's deceitfulness and provides relevant quotations of past Muslim divines to explain the true purport of some of the Promised Messiah (as)'s writings.