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October 2016

MGA writes in opposition to the Islamic view of the miraculous birth of Esa (as)

Noorudin and his team (Maulvi Abdul Kareem and Mufti Sadiq) believed that Esa (as) had a biological father before they had ever met Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, they took this new belief from Sir Syed, who wrote it in 1880. They all worked together in Jammu, with Noorudin being the boss. Nonetheless, Noorudin and his team held the belief that Esa (as) had a biological father until 1903, wherein it is reported by Noorudin himself that he was forced to change his position on the order of MGA. However, after MGA died, per Lahori-Ahmadi sources, Noorudin ordered Muhammad Ali to write in his commentary of the Quran that Esa (As) had a biological father.  The Qadiani branch went on to call the miraculous birth of Esa (as) as less then a miracle and some sort of rationally explained phenomenon. Obviously, the classic islamic view is that Esa (as) was born miraculously, just like Adam (as). By the will of Allah.  

In 1917, the Lahori-Ahmadi, via Muhammad Ali accused Eisa (as) of having a biological father in his famous commentary of 1917. In 1927, the Ahmadiyya Movement claimed that Parthenogenesis created Eisa (as), not allah. In the 1990’s, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was openly calling Maryam a hermaphrodite (astagfarullah).
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MGA claims that Arabs drank alcohol 5 times per day

MGA and his team made many strange remarks about Muhammad (saw) and his companions. In one such statement, MGA claims that the reason that Allah ordered Muslims to pray 5 times per day was because that was the frequency of alcohol consumption in their culture. This quote is from Malfuzat, which was published in the 1960’s from Rabwah.
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MGA mis-quotes hadith in 1898

MGA and his team mis-quoted the Quran and hadith many times in their business career.  Here is another example.  This quote seems to be from 1898, before MGA claimed prophethood.

The Quote
“”””It is written in Prophetic Ahadith that at the time of the advent of the Promised Messiah, this dispersal of spirituality will be such that women will begin to receive revelation, juveniles will prophecy and common people will speak with the Holy Spirit.”””

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The error
This story comes from the Bible, not Islamic tradition.  Below is the quote from the Bible.  

Acts 2:16-18New King James Version (NKJV)

16 But this is what was spoken by the prophet Joel:

17 ‘And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God,
That I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh;
Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,
Your young men shall see visions,
Your old men shall dream dreams.
18 And on My menservants and on My maidservants
I will pour out My Spirit in those days;
And they shall prophesy.

Opium is a hellauva drug.  MGA and his friends kept mixing their chai with opium and thus misquotes much of islamic tradition. 

MGA says that only he will ever be called a “Prophet” (1907), no one else

In 1907, MGA gives an exhaustive explanation as to why only he was given the title of prophet in the entire ummah of Islam. This is a contradictory position, since we know that Ahmadis argue that prophethood is open and available for all. Further, Ahmadis from the Qadiani sect believe that their Khilafat will last til the day of judgement. Moreover, they secretly believe that only a Khalifa of Ahmadiyya will ever be able to claim prophethood.

Further, in 1916, Mahmud Ahmad vehemently wrote that even 1000 prophets can come and etc etc etc.  However, that is a cleverly crafted double-statement. Since, in the depths of his heart, Mahmud Ahmad wanted to secure a Khilafat for him and his family.
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Ahmadis in the Israeli Military??

This blog entry was spawned as a result of some research work that I did many years ago. I found some data about Ahmadis in Israel which was incorrect. The reference claimed that there were many Ahmadis serving in the Israeli military as of 1972. That is not true. The reference simply says that there are 600 Ahmadis in Israel by 1972, and it incorrectly states that they are from Pakistan. It then says that since they are citizens, they can also serve in the Israeli military. Hassan Bin Mahmood Odeh also confirmed (in the year 2000) that there are NO Ahmadi’s in the Israeli Army, Police Force or volunteer Army. Furthermore, The 600 number seems to be indicative of the amount of Ahmadi’s living in Kababir in 1972.

Also watch my video on the history of Ahmadiyya in Israel herein and my tik tok and instagram video.
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Izala Auham (1891), Part-1 and 2, quotes and background information

Izala Auham is a book that Ahmadis will never translate. MGA and his team made lots of errors in this book. This blog entry is simply an attempt to collect all the refs from this book and present them to the world. Izala Auham, Ruhani khazian vol 3, and encompasses these pages numbers, Part 1 – pp.1-424, Part 2 – 426-1000. Part-2 seems to have been published in September of 1891 as mentioned on page 948. Muhammad Ali had also written that this book was published in September of 1891 (In 1915, see Prophethood in Islam). Nuzhat Haneef says,
The title page of Izaalah-e-Auhaam [RK, v. 3, p. 101] is dated Dhul Hijjah 1308 AH. The year 1308 AH lasted from August 1890 to August 1891 AD. Further, in the book Mirza Ghulam Ahmad reproduces a letter dated June 1891 [RK, v. 3, p. 482]. Therefore, it seems that the book was published between June 1891 and August 1891. MGA twisted at least 30+ verses of the Quran in this book.

Shaikh Noor Ahmad had this book published at the Riaz e Hind Press. On the cover of this book, he writes “Mujadid of the time”, “Messenger (Mursal-e-yadanee) of God”, “The Appointed (mamur-e rahmani) of the gracious Allah” and “Messiah of the Time”. This book was received in the British library on January of 1893.

MGA also claimed that 1000’s of additional Messiah’s could appear in the future, this has led to many new claimants within #ahmadiyya.

The ROR of Dec-1913 quotes MGA’s famous prophecy which occurred in Izala Auham about catching white birds. MGA was connecting this prophecy within Islam about the sun rising in the West. In connection with this, the ROR of June-1917 reports that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq converted 6 people to Ahmadiyya, of which 2 of their names are Mr. Sparrow and Mr. Bird. An english translation of pages 826-835 is posted in the ROR of Oct-Nov-1919.
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Sir Syed’s view on Esa (as)–1882

Obviously, MGA took all of his theories on religion from other people. Sir Syed began publishing his commentary of the Quran in 1880, however, the section which concerns Esa (as) was published (see Nuzhat Haneef) in 1882, MGA almost immediately began calling himself as “like-esa” or “Maseel-e-Maseeh”. It’s important to note that it was Noorudin who urged MGA to do so. Later on, MGA also copied Sir Syed’s swoon theory and passed it off as his own (see Jesus in India, 1908 and Nuzhat Haneef). MGA also attracted lots of people who were already following Sir Syed’s new ideas on Islam, like Maulvi Abdul Karim and others. Sir Syed also denied the entire concept of the Mahdi in this era. The truth is that MGA knew about the new beliefs of Sir Syed as early as 1872 and began to slowly adopt them. However, he lied about his true beliefs from 1876–1890. Check out the books on Islam by Sir Syed herein from 1857-1870.
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Noorudin and Abdul Karim were influenced by Sir Syed

As we all know, Noorudin, Maulvi Abdul Karim and MGA were all influenced by the writings of Sir Syed. Sir Syed denied all miracles in Islam by 1880, he denied the Islamic creation theory, the return of Esa (as), the arrival of the Mahdi, the physicality of the Mir’aj, all the hadith work, etc etc etc. Obviously, Noorudin and Abdul Karim knew each other in 1880 and in the below I present data which proves this fact. They would all eventually join MGA’s team of Mullahs and ghost writers, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali, Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera, Noorudin and many others. Some other people who came independently, yet still joined MGA’s team was Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was also a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, in fact, uptil his job with MGA, he worked for the founder of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, Syed Nazeer Husain from Delhi and Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal. Maulvi Muhammad Ali was another, however, he came via Khwaja Kamaluddin and the prominent Ahmadi’s of Lahore.
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MGA denies the Islamic creation theory in 1895

I was under the impression that MGA deviated from Islam in 1891, upon his claim of being the long awaited Messiah.  However, new research work has proven that MGA began denying some of the basics of Islam in the mid-1880’s.

The Quote
1895 in Arya Dharam:

Urdu Transliteration—-“”””jasay Hazrat Hawa Hazrat Adam ki pasli sa nikali gae aisay he har yak larkay ki joroo us ki pasli sa nikali gae ho””””

“””Just like Hazrat Hawa was created by rib of Hazrat Adam same as each boy’s wife was created from his rib.( rk vol 10 Aariya Darham page 39)”””


MGA and Noorudin were conspiring together to create a religious business as early as 1882. They seem to have slowly changed their beliefs about Islam without giving proper announcements.  It is likely that Sir Syed also denied the “RIB” story and MGA simply stole the new argument and passed it off as his own.  In fact, all the abrahamic religions have this in common.  They all believe that women were made from the rib of a man.



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