By Omer Farooq
Theologians claim that Ahmadiyas do not accept the two basic tenets of Islam: Belief in the one-ness of god and acceptance of Mohammed as the last prophet of god. "If anybody deviates from these two basic tenets of Islam he cannot be called a Muslim and he cannot claim to be a Muslim," says Hameeduddin Aauqil Hussami, a renowned theologian in Andhra Pradesh. "That is why Qadianis cannot be treated as Muslims nor should they call themselves Muslims. It is a historical fact that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had claimed to be a prophet and it directly collides with the very basis of Islam."