In 1974 The National Assembly of Pakistan, through a historic constitutional amendment, declared the Ahmadis or Qadianis to be a non-Muslim minority. This book contains the case made by the ulama for this judgment. It incorporates both theological and historical arguments and cites extensively the Qadiani sources. Originally written by Mufti Taqi Usmani and Maulana Samiul Haq in Urdu, it was translated into English by Maulana Wali Razi.
The following are among such doctrines of Qadianism (Ahmadiyyat), as advocated by its founders:
Every Qadiani (Ahmadi) must be willing to sacrifice his/her wealth and life for the Government (which at the time was the British Empire) in charge, regardless of the actions of the regime; No Qadiani (Ahmadi) can participate in demonstrations and Jihad against an oppressive or unjust Government; Qadianis (Ahmadis) are to follow every teaching of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani (their prophet), even when it is in clear contradiction to the teachings of Islam. Qadianis (Ahmadis) are expected to hold Qadian (India) and Rabwah (Pakistan) as their holy cities; Qadianis (Ahmadis) are taught to feel superior to Muslims and are expected to try to convert Muslims into Qadianism, by referring to false and baseless missionary arguments; Qadianis (Ahmadis) are to believe that Muslims are unbelievers.