Jama'at Ahmadiyya Al Mouslemeen

This is a relatively new branch started out by two ex-communicated officials of the Qadiani organization and is based in Mauritius. It does not oppose the Qadiani beliefs but rather is an offshoot.

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The two individuals were Munir Ahmad Azim (Missionary) and Zafrullah Domun (Ameer), both from [Mauritius]. Both claimed divine inspiration and quoted heavily from Mirza Ghulam Ahmad's writings. Munir Ahmad Azim was the evangelist and Zafrullah Domun was the organizer.

Munir Ahmad Azim gave himself the title of Muhy'uddin and [Ameer ul Mumineen], wore a flowing [turban] and expanded their jamaat to India, especially in the Chennai area. They held a Jalsa Salana there: [JAAM Jalsa Salana]. He was interviewed by Mubashar Dar.

In 2007, Munir Ahmad Azim left due to 'irreconciliable differences' and the leadership was taken up by the hitherto quiet Zafrullah Domun. In a declaration, he did not disclaim his support for Munir Ahmad Azim, but rather emphasized his divine call. Since then, he has embarked on a series of sermons about Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Hakeem Nooruddin.

It appears that Zafrullah Domun is steering a course that is clear of the 'Khilafah', and thus resembling the Lahoris in their theology.