Ghulam Ahmed Parwez was a servant of Allah who did all he could to place Qur'an over all else and to give the Noble Reading it's proper place in the life of those who claim to be Muslims: Al Furqan [The Criterion]. He believed the Qur'a explains itself. He is often accused of being a rejector of Hadith. He was not but preached that we must use them with caution and only if they match the Qur'an.
He wrote many books including a dictionary of Qur'an and for those in a hurry, "Quranic Decisions" (Qur'ani Faislay in Urdu) is higly recommended as it gives in questions and answer format his opinion on different issues facing the Ummah.
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As for this forum, there are manywho may have been inspired by the Qur'an (through reading Parwez's Books), but they hold the right to differ with him, as they should and which Parwez welcomed as long as it is done at an academic level.