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Muhammad is only a Messenger. Verily, all Messengers have passed away before him. If then he die or be slain, will you turn back on your heels? And he who turns back on his heels shall not harm Allah at all. And Allah will certainly reward the grateful. (Chapter 3 verse 145)This verse was revealed when rumors of the death of the Holy Prophet (saw) were spread during the Battle of Uhud. God points out in this verse that the rumors are not true. But he also says that if he (saw) was to be killed, Muslims should not lose their faith. Just as all other prophets have died before him, so will he. Non-Ahmadis try to translate the word "khalat" differently and say that this does not mean to die. But we also find other verses in the Holy Qur'an where this term appears in relation to persons and the translation is always to die (even by non-Ahmadis). Then why not here? Moreover, Allah himself explains the term in which he says "If then he die or be slain" (death or murder). If "khala" would mean something other than killing or dying, why has God not added this third meaning? So this verse makes it quite clear that the prophets before the prophet Muhammad (saw)either died a natural death or were murdered. Even if we look at Arabic dictionaries, we find the meaning of "khala" to die (see Lisanul-Arab, Aqrabul Mawarid, Tajul Urus). Non-Ahmadis continue to claim that in this verse "al-rasul" is not related to all prophets. But what they forget is that the same word also appears in another verse, where they themselves relate the word to all prophets. In chapter 5 verse 76: "The Messiah, son of Mary, was only a Messenger; surely, Messengers like unto him had indeed passed away before him. And his mother was a truthful woman. They both used to eat food. See how We explain the Signs for their good, and see how they are turned away. " Non-Ahmadis claim that this verse supports their claim, because the death of Hadhrat Isa as is excluded as it mentions the Messengers before him alone. Isa(as) and he (as) has been excluded. Non-Ahmadis claim that this verse supports their claim as all prophets before Hz. Isa(as) have been mentioned explicitly and he (as) has been excluded....