there needs to be another prophet?
No, it is not possible. Also god is not short sighted to have made changes in what he has decided. Thetraditions of the prophet (pbuh) clearly says:Thauban reports: "The Holy Prophet (PBUH) observed: And there will arise Thirty imposters in my Ummahand each one of them will pronounce to the world that he is a prophet, but I am the last in the line of theProphets of God and no Apostle will come after me." (Abu Dawud, Kitab-ul-Fitan)So prophet Muhammad (pbuh) did warn us against fake prophets and like Mirza Ghulam Ahmed of Qadian.
Q: There are group of Qadiyanis who do not consider Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as a prophet, who are they?
There is a group among Qadiyanis who call themselves "Ahmadis of Lahore" (or Lahoris) who claim thatGhulam Ahmad was not a prophet but "the Promised Messiah or Al-Masih Al-Maw'oud" but this is using aback door and deception. Ahmadis of Lahore say that Ghulam Ahmad was not a prophet but the PromisedMessiah and take Mirza as the sole authority to explain and interpret the Qur'an and Hadith which giveshim authority to abrogate certain laws of Islam and invent new laws. According to the Muslims the positionof both, Qadiyanis (believers in the prophethood of Ghulam Ahmad) and Ahmadis of Lahore, are identicaland both are heretics and blaspheme the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh).
Q: You call Qadiyanis as Hypocrites, what proof can you give?
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad declared that "Jihad", as an instrument of war (defensive or offensive), wasforbidden by him. His followers, Qadiyanis, continue to present themselves to the West as pacifists, anti-war "Muslims". As recently as Summer, 1996 in their annual convention in Washington, D.C. area, theypresented themselves as peaceful "Muslims" who did not believe in war. The national media in the U.S.took note of it and presented "Ahmadiya Muslims" as pacifists. The truth is that Qadiyanis entered thearmed forces of Pakistan from the time of the formation of the country and rose to the highest ranks of officers corp in all branches, namely, army, air force and navy . With the blessings of their "Khalifah" theyparticipated in wars against India. When the "Khalifah" was questioned he defended his position andreiterated that his father, Ghulam Qadiyani, the founder of the cult, was not a pacifist.
Q: The founder of Qadiyanis made a lot of prophecies, does it not make him a prophet?
The Quran, like earlier books (Torah, etc) believe that the most truthful evidence of prophethood areprophecies. Let us examine some of the prophecies made by the father of Qadyanis.
Rains and earthquakes:
Ghulam Ahmad wrote, "God revealed to me that frequent rains will come down.Due to their frequency villages will be destroyed. After them will follow severe earthquakes". He did notspecify where and when. If it was to be in India, there are some regions which receive a lot of rain and thereare other areas which feel earthquakes. This is not a prophecy.
Abdullah Atham's death:
A Christian, Abdullah Atham entered into a debate with Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in1893; neither succeeded in winning over the other. It was embarrassing to Ghulam Ahmad and feelinginsulted, on June 5, 1883 he announced that he had been informed by God that Abdullah Atham would diewithin fifteen months, that is, September 5, 1894. Ghulam Ahmad supplicated to God for the death of