by Friedmann, Yohanan
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA
Since its inception in colonial India in 1889, the Ahmadi movement has been, arguably, the most controversial movement in modern Islam. Friedmann provides an interesting insight into the origin and spread of a proselytizing mission that claims prophetic status for its founder, inviting the vehement opposition of the Sunni orthodoxy, that holds Muhammad to be the last prophet.
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