Qādiyanis [Ahmadis] “Al-Qadianiyyah” is a movement that started in 1900 CE as a plot by the British colonialists in the Indian subcontinent, their aim was to divert Muslims away from their religion and from the obligation of jihād in particular, so that they would not oppose colonialism in the name of Islām.
Their leader and so called “messiah” was a man named “Mirza Ghulām Ahmad” and was born in a town called “Qadiyān” in Punjāb India.
At first Mirza Ghulām started out as a mere Dā’ee [inviter] and amassed a group of followers, then he said he was a Mujaddid [reformer] inspired by Allāh, then he claimed that he was Imām Al-Mahdi and the awaited Messiah [Jesus], then he claimed prophethood which he said was higher than Rasūl Muhammad’s [صلى الله عليه وسلم]. Their beliefs consist of the following:
They believe Allāh fasts, prays, and sleeps. They believe Allāh is English because He spoke to him in English. They deny Khatm’e – Nubūwwat [finality of prophethood] and believe Allāh sends a prophet when there’s need. They believe Jibrā’îl [عليه السلام] brought down new revelation to Mirza Ghulām. They have their own version of the Qur’ān called “Kitāb Al-Mubīn”. They believe the town of Qadiyan to be greater in importance than Makkah and madīnah. They have abolished Al-Jihād completely. Intoxicants are permissible for them. They deny that ‘Īsa [عليه السلام] was raised to the heavens, rather they say he survived the crusifixion and migrated to Qadiyān in India . And they believe everyone is Kāfir unless they embrace the Qadiyani ideoligy.
All scholars of the Sunnah unanimously agree that they are Kuffār Asliyyeen [originally kafir] as their belief system goes against the the foundation of the deen [Asl’d-Dīn].