Maulana J.D. Shams was from a small village called Sekhwan (“n” is silent), which is a few miles away from Qadian. His father’s name was Khwaja Imam-ud-Din Wyne Sekhwani, and his grandfather’s name was Khwaja Muhammad Siddique. His father is listed in the 313 companions of the Promised Messiah (AS) as is his grandfather. They were ethnically Kashmiri and that’s why the have the foretitle Khwaja and the surtitle Wyne (“n” is silent) around their names, but they lived in Punjab, India. In the 1950’s, he went back and edited every single book of MGA and added his own explanatory notes. He was not a proper missionary, instead, he was trained to be a missionary by various companions of MGA including Mirza Bashir-ud-Din
Mahmud Ahmad and Hafiz Raushan Ali (see the Forward).
His father’s name was Khwaja Imam-ud-Din Wyne Sekhwani, and his grandfather’s name was Khwaja Muhammad Siddique. His father is listed in the 313 companions of the Promised Messiah (AS) as is his grandfather. They were ethnically Kashmiri and that’s why the have the foretitle Khwaja and the surtitle Wyne (“n” is silent) around their names, but they lived in Punjab, India.
His father, Imam-ud-Din, had two brothers: Jamal-ud-Din and Khair-ud-Din (also listed in the list of 313 companions) and they were known to be exceptionally poor. However, they strived so much financially that even though their combined amounts were still pretty meagre, the Promised Messiah (AS) gave them special attention. For example, for the construction of the white Minaret-ul-Masih (the minaret of the Messiah), which symbolised the mission of the Promised Messiah (AS) and the minaret mentioned in the hadith prophecies, there was a special call for construction funds. A minimum contribution of 100 rupees entitled the person’s name to be commemorated near the foundation. The three Sekhwani brothers, as they were called, asked for a special exception if they all three could combine their contribution to add up to 100 rupees. This was still a great financial sacrifice for their families and the Promised Messiah (AS) accepted their request and included their names along the list of those who made the 100 rupee contributions.
Imam-ud-Din made more than financial sacrifices in the cause of #Ahmadiyya. His son, JD Shams was a life dedicate to Ahmadiyyat. This meant that he had to leave for missionary assignments as ordered by the Khalifa. I heard from JD Shams’ sister’s daughter, Aamina who is still alive in the US, that Imam-ud-Din had a dream indicating his own death while his son, JD Shams was away (I think in Palestine or England). Aamina was a young girl living there at the time and personally witnessed this. Imam-ud-Din had written a letter to the Second Khalifa to allow his son to come home so that he could see him before he passed away, but as he started on his way he had second thoughts. He felt ashamed to ask for this when the time called for the sacrifice of persons and wealth for the cause of Islam. He went to the courtyard of his home and tore up the letter. He had the dream again, and wrote another letter, but tore up that letter too. He died before seeing his son again. He took comfort in the company of JD’s young son (i.e., his grandson), Dr. Salah-ud-Din Shams, who resembled his father JD.
Imam-ud-Din’s two sons were very important to him. His family had a history of problems with male children. They were rare births and tended to die in infancy. It is rumored that he requested MGA to pray for him to have sons. MGA gave him medicine (which Dr. Salah-ud-Din Shams told me was iron) and the MGA told him that he would have two laudable sons.
His eldest son was Dr. Salah ud Din Shams who was the first ever President of the Zion jamaat in the 1980’s.
Another one is Munir ud Din Shams, he is currently working as a Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary in the UK and is a major editor of MGA’s books into english. He is also Additional Wakilut-Tasnif.
Another is Falah ud Din Shams, who seems to live in the USA and has been the National Vice President of the entire USA-Jamaat, he was previously a President from their Chicago chapter.
1876 to 1890, Jalal-ud-Din’s grandfather was Imam of the mosque in Qadian
MGA never led Salaat during his life. MGA’s father employed Jalal-ud-dins grandfather as an Imam, to essentially lead the Salaat and give all the speeches (skip to 2:36). This proves that MGA never led salaat in his life.
Jalal-ud-Din Shams was born in Qadian in 1901.
He accompanied Hafiz Roshan ‘Ali to Lahore to attend a convention. At that time the Ahmadis of Lahore prayed at the house of Mian Chiragh Din outside the Delhi Gate. One day after the maghrib prayer [evening prayer], the late Hadrat Hafiz Sahib recited a few couplets of this Qasidah in a very melodious voice. When he recited this couplet it touched my heart so deeply that the love for my village disappeared. Following this event I rarely visited my village, and eventually stopped completely. Later on, my late father left the village and moved to Qadian as his place of residence.
The French had taken over Syria after WW-1 (roughly 1920). After the Khalifa traveled through Damascus, he was allowed to send a missionary to Damascus.
Shams is made an Imam by the Khalifa and sent to Syria(See the Forward)(This forward says 1925, however, it was late 1924. He was sent with another Ahmadi cleric by the name of Maulvi Syed Zainul Abedeen Wali Ullah Shah, his exodus from Syria is unknown. Maulvi Abu’l-‘Ata Jalandhari was sent to Jerusalem in this era also, his exodus is also unknown. Conflicting dates on his arrival in Syria, the ROR of 1931 tells us that he arrived in Damascus, Syria in July of 1925. However, Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that it was late in 1924 (See “From Rabwah to Tel Aviv (1976).
He is living in Syria.
He is stabbed and recovers.
A civil war erupts in Syria and the French government had asked Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams to leave, however, he refused, they then forced him to leave on 3-9-1928, they demanded that he leave in 24 hours, which he did. Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams was ordered by his Khalifa to move to Haifa, he arrived 8 days later on 3-17-1928. He ends up travelling directly to a small town area called Kababir. It seems that the British government purposely worked on getting the Muslims of Kababir to convert to Ahmadiyya en-masse. It was the Odeh family, many of them have left Ahmadiyya by 2019.
The July-1928 edition of the ROR
Jalal-ud-Din Shams returns to Qadian, India on Dec-20-1931 (see ROR of Jan-1932). He got married and had two children. He was appointed the Secretary of the All- India Kashmir Committee, of which the Second Khalifah was elected President and Sir Muhammad Iqbal was a member. The Mission at Kababir continued with a new imam. In the ROR of 1932, Jalal-uddin Shams mentions hows Jews are taking over Palestine, firstly, the British Government was administering these lands and was allowing Jews to move in and buy land. The same British Government had helped Ahmadi’s in Israel and most likely led them to Kababir. Cement of Superior quality? From Kababir? Jalal-uddin Shams also mentions how there was a huge family business in Kababir in cement work. This seems to have been a multi-million dollar enterprise (by today’s standards). Register mentions this fact also, it seems that the family that owned this business was totally converted to Ahmadiyya before Shams left. However, Shams tells us that some Jewish people had bought and taken over this business. We are not sure of the implications of this quite yet.
Jalal-ud-Din Shams was instrumental in the building of the Ahmadi mosque at Kababir in 1931 (Masjid-e-Mahmud)(see ROR of Jan-1932). 3 April 1931: On this day, Maulana Jalaluddin Shams laid the foundation stone of the first Ahmadiyya Temple in Kababir, #Palestine. It was named Mahmood Mosque. (Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, Vol. 5, p. 313)
Per the ROR of Jan-1947, Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams had a written debate with an american Baptist missionary in Syria, Alfred Nelson, this was arranged by Syed Muneer Al-Husni (this happened in the 1930’s).
It was rebuilt in the 1970’s, two huge minarets were built.
The ROR of Jan-1947 mentions Maulana Abul Ata and how he took over for Jalal ud Din Shams in 1931. He works in Egypt and Syria and has does lots of work with Syed Muneer Al-Husni (the Qadiani-Ahmadi Ameer of Syria). The ROR also alleges that the biggest accomplishment of Maulana Abul Ata was the launching of an arabic only magazine, Al-Bashir. Which is published from Kababir, Haifa, Palestine (modern day Israel). The ROR also names his successor, Maulvi M. Saleem, who seems to have stayed in the Palestine area for 5-10 years, then worked in South India. After Maulvi M. Saleem tenure was over, the Qadiani’s sent a man named Maulvi Muhammad Sharif (In 1947, is working as the missionary in-charge of Palestine). The ROR then discusses how Maulvi Sayyid Zayn al-῾Abidin Waliullah Shah was sent, then how Jalal-ud-Din Shams was sent. Followed by 4 additional missionaries, Maulana Abul Ata, Shaikh Mahmud Irfani, Maulvi M. Saleem and Maulvi Muhammad Sharif, nevertheless, we have posted the ones that we know. The ROR of Jan-1947 also claims that Jalal-ud-Din Shams wrote a book entitled, “The Life or Death of Christ”. The ROR alleges that great thinkers like Ahmad Zaki Pasha (of Egypt) appreciated the work of Ahmadi’s (a lie), there was a also a parliamentarian of Syria (Wazir of the Syrian government) named Mohsin Bek Al-Barazi who was impressed (another lie). The ROR also alleges that Jalal-ud-Din Shams wrote 5+ books in Arabic while in the middle east, the stabbing of Jalal-ud-Din Shams is also mentioned. The ROR mentions many controversies in Palestine and Jalal-ud-Din Shams verbally attacked the ulema of Palestine for believing that Eisa (as) hadn’t died yet. It is also noted how Maulana Abul Ata, Shaikh Mahmud Irfani held controversies with many professors at the Al-Azhar university. All of these Qadiani-Ahmadi’s debated the Bahai’s also.
In the ROR of Jan-1932, the Ahmadi missionary (Jalal ud Din Shams), who has just returned to Qadian after serving 6 years in Syria, Palestine and Eygpt gives a report of state of Muslims and other religions in these lands. The total population of Ahmadi’s is Kababir is given at 500.
Jalal ud Din Shams’ photo appears in the ROR of Aug-1932, as well as about 50 people. This photo is from pre-1932. He gave a speech at the 1932 Jalsa at Qadian (See the ROR of Jan-1933).
In the 1940-50’s, Jalal-ud-Din Shams wrote an introduction for “Al-Huda Wa-Tabsirato Liman Yara” and mentioned that when he was in Haifa he had an opportunity of meeting the said Muhammad Rashid Rida. Rashid Rida claimed that MGA had predicted his death in 1902, and Rashid Rida was still alive in the early 1930’s (he died in 1935, aged 69). Shams claimed that MGA had only prophecied was about his inability to write a counter to this book in eloquent Arabic.
Jalal-ud-Din Sham’s photo is displayed as the front piece of the ROR of Oct-1935.
He was at the 1935 Jalsa at Qadian.
The Khalifa sends him to London to be the Imam at the London Mosque. He stayed in London until 1946, roughly 10 years (See ROR of Feb-1947). For the first 2 years, he was the assistant imam.
Shams becomes the missionary-in-charge (see ROR of Feb-1947).
The ROR of Sep-1939 has an article on “World Peace” by J. Shams.
On 31 January 1939, Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated at the Fazl Mosque in London. On this occasion, a reception was held at the Fazl Mosque which was attended by various dignitaries. The then Imam of the Fazl Mosque, Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shams expressed his concerns over the deteriorating situation in Palestine and called the British Government’s attention towards making efforts for peace in Palestine. He also praised the efforts of the British Prime Minister towards the peace of Europe. He mentioned a telegram from Musleh-e-Maud (The 2nd Qadiani Khalifa) as well, which was sent to the British Prime Minister, appreciating his peace efforts amidst the conflict between major powers of Europe.
On 7 February 1939, the Conference on the Palestine issue began in London. The Birmingham Mail reported under the heading “Palestine Talks”. On 11 March 1939, Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shams invited the Viceroy of Mecca and representatives of Palestine, Iraq and Yemen — who were in London for the Palestine Conference — to a reception at the Fazl Mosque in which 200 guests participated in total, including various dignitaries.
Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad, sent a special message to the Arab delegates through a telegram. The message was read out in both English and Arabic by Hazrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shams.
The ROR of Oct-1940 reproduced a speech by J.D. Shams at the “World Congress of Faiths”, which was held in London in July of 1940. J.D. Shams was working as the missionary-in-charge in London at the time.
The ROR of Aug-1941 reports that the Ahmadi imam (Jalal ud Din Shams) is actively working with “The World Congress of Faiths” and other political interest groups. An Ahmadi named Mir Abdus Salam Ahmady is also there and working with the imam.
He has an essay in the ROR of Nov-1942 entitled, “Inter-Religious Fellowship”. This is the text of a speech he gave at the Qadiani temple in London. He specifically stated that Ahmadi’s believe in Krishna, Buddha, Zoroaster and Confucius as prophets.
He has an essay in the ROR of March-1943 entitled, “Did Christ Die On The Cross?”.
He has an essay in the ROR of Apr-1943, which is part-2 of his previous essay.
He has an essay in the ROR of June-1943 about “Hatless Women in Church”.
He has an essay in the ROR of Oct-1943 entitled, “Successful North African Campaign”. In this essay, he alleges that the 2nd Khalifa predicted the initial losses of the British Empire in WW-2 and how it would eventually win.
The ROR of Dec-1943 has a letter from J.D. Shams to a Christian missionary. This letter was written some time ago and allegedly addressed to a female Christian missionary in China.
Jalal-ud-Din Shams writes an essay on “Christianity and Islam”, this speech was delivered in the UK at Southwell. He alleges that there are regular missions of the Ahmadiyya Movement in the USA, Argentina, Gold Coast, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Java, Sumatra and Palestine, he alleges that before the war, there were missions in Hungary, Poland and Rome.
In the ROR of May-1944, Jalal-ud-Din Shams’ essay on “Christianity and Islam” is continued. He claims that the 2nd Khalifa predicted the win of the British Government in the North African campaign, he also alleges that MGA solved the case of Eisa (as) by pointing to his grave in Kashmir, India, on Khanyar Street.
His missionary reports are posted in the ROR of Jan-1945, the first one is dated as June 7th-1944. He also posted a letter of his to King Peter of Yugoslavia (what seems to be modern day Serbia). He also sent a letter to the Queen of the Netherlands, Queen Wilhema, dated June 26th, 1944. In this letter, J.D. Shams alleges that MGA was the bridegroom that virgins were waiting for MGA, however, just a year earlier, the 2nd Khalifa had claimed to be the Musleh Maud and he had claimed that virigins had been waiting for him.
He writes his famous book, “Where did Jesus Die? It is published from the UK.
The ROR of May-1946 tells the world has an essay entitled, “Jesus in India” by M.K., qadiani sources allege that this author is a non-Ahmadi and read noted from a pamphlet by Jalal-ud-Din Shams. They talk about Eisa (as) being buried in Kashmir.
In Aug of 1946, after ten years of separation from his wife and two children, Maulana Shams was called back to the Ahmadiyya Headquarters in Qadian to serve in various capacities (See ROR of Feb-1947). Jalal ud Dim Shams claims that there were 15,000 Ahmadi soldiers, 200-300 of commissioned and non-commissioned officers, who served in WW-2. See “Present to H.M. the King Emperor on the New Year Day (1946). (see Bashir Ahmad, “Ahmadiyya, British and Jewish Connections, page 220).
He writes a letter to the British government in terms of Ahmadi’s getting arrested in Bhambri, Gurdaspur, British-India. https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2022/08/28/in-1942-in-the-village-of-bhamari-which-is-a-few-miles-from-qadian-17-ahmadis-were-arrested-including-missionaries/
The ROR of July 1946 discusses Jalal-ud-Din and the new batch of Qadiani-Ahmadi maulvi’s who have shown up to London. They also talk about his book, “Where Did Jesus Die”. As soon as WW-2 ended, the Ahmadiyya Movement was allowed by the British to send missionaries en masse to Europe. A delegation of nine missionaries, Chaudhry Karam Ilahi Zafar (Spain), Chaudhry Muhammad Ishaq Saqi (Spain for short while, then Trinidad and Tobago), Maulvi Muhammad Usman, Master Muhammad Ibrahim, Maulvi Ghulam Ahmad Sahib Bashir (Switzerland), Maulvi Basharat Ahmad Naseem, Maulvi Nazir Ahmad Ali, Malik Ata-ur-Rehman (Amir of the delegation) and Chaudhry Zahoor Ahmad Bajwa (Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, Vol. 9, p. 525). The ROR of Jan-Feb-1946 tells the world that on Dec-16-1945 a group of 9 Qadiani-Ahmadi Maulvi’s were sent to Europe. The plan was for all of them to convene in London and with a few staying, one going to Holland, Spain and Germany. It should be noted that per the ROR, 3 Qadiani-Ahmadi maulvi’s were already sent to West Africa in this push. In the ROR of March-1946, the 2nd Khalifa claims that he has sent out 25 Qadiani-Ahmad Maulvi’s and has run out of qualified people (this was a Friday sermon of the 2nd Khalifa, published in the Sunrise, dated Feb-9-1946). Thus, a caravan of Ahmadi mullahs departed in 1945 from the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Community, Qadian towards Bombay harbour, via New Delhi. The group embarked on SS Batory and after three weeks landed in Liverpool where they confronted Jalal al-Din Shams, then a pioneering missionary stationed in England. The caravan spent six months in London at the Fazl Mosque. Shams also has an essay in this edition, “A Challenge To The Church”, this essay is in terms of the alleged grave of Eisa (as) in India.
The ROR of Nov-1946 reports that Jalal-ud-Din Shams returned to Qadiani on Oct-23-1946. He seems to have been away from his wife for 10 years. There was another person with him, Syed Muneer Al-Husni of Damascus, Syria. The ROR called Shams an “authority” on Indian politics. His book, “Where Did Jesus Die” is mentioned. The ROR alleges that Syed Muneer Al-Husni of Damascus, Syria is the Ameer of the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s in Syria. The ROR alleges that J.D. Shams introduced him to Ahmadiyya in 1927 and he has been working with Shams ever since.
Per the ROR of Jan-1947, Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams had a written debate with an american Baptist missionary in Syria, Alfred Nelson, this was arranged by Syed Muneer Al-Husni (this happened in the 1930’s).
Per the ROR of Feb-1947, a photo of Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams is posted. The ROR also has an essay by him entitled, “Preaching of Islam in Europe” by J.D. Shams (for imam of the London mosque). In this essay, he talks down on Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Maulvi Chiragh Din and Syed Amir Ali and claims that they fabricated all of their beliefs to please the colonists. For example, Shams states that Sir Syed Ahmad Khan denied the existence of angels. He also mentions how a white man named Dixon (also mentioned in Nuzul ul Masih, 1909)(income tax case) came to Qadian once and MGA walked him out to the canal bridge, which is 2.5 miles outside of Qadian. He also mentioned MGA’s famous fake dream of 1890-1891 which was written in Izala Auham (See Izala-e-Auham, pp. 515–516, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 3, p. 377) wherein MGA said that white birds would join Ahmadiyya (See the ROR of June-1917). Shams also mentioned Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and the Piggot. Shams also wrote how Sir Fazl-i-Hussain praised the efforts of Ahmadiyya in London (in 1927). Sir Fazl-i-Hussain mentioned how Khwaja Kamaluddin had travelled to London in 1913 and started this mission of MGA. Shams made disparaging remarks about Khwaja Kamaluddin.
The ROR of June-1947 tells us that Bashir Ahmad Orchard is in Qadian on behalf of monies from Tahrik-i-Jadid. Jalal ud Din Shams has been attending to him since his arrival in Qadian. The ROR alleges that he joined Qadianism in 1944 and even came to Qadian. After returning to London in 1944, he immediately went to the Ahmadiyya headquarters at the Fazl Mosque. He immediately told Jalal ud Din Shams that he needed to live at the Fazl Mosque complex and needed a job as a missionary. Thus, from 1944 to 1946 he got paid by the Ahmadiyya Community for basically doing nothing and waiting on approval to go to Jamia in Qadian. The ROR presents the MGA prophecy about catching birds and etc. (See the fabrications of Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his converts named Mr. Sparrow and Mr. Bird). The 2nd Khalifa even came out and spoke in broken english about Bashir Ahmad Orchard (and admitted that he didn’t know Urdu). The 2nd Khalifa also claimed that Bashir Ahmad Orchard was the first person from the British nation to join Ahmadiyya.
This event has been described by Maulana Shams:
“”After his release from the army, when he arrived in England, he stayed for two days only at Bristol with his relatives and so, on the third day, he was at the mosque in London. During his conversation with me he expressed his willingness to live at the mosque and become a Muslim missionary. I explained to him the responsibilities of a missionary and the required qualifications for missionary work. Eventually I promised him to see to his case sympathetically for missionary work and would write to him this matter. He was a little bit upset from my reluctance in accepting his offer readily. After a few days he, however, dedicated his life for the service of Islam unconditionally like other waqifeen. I sent his application to Hazrat Amir-ul-Momineen, with my opinion that he might be a useful missionary. I asked him to come and stay with us and to begin the study of Islam. Hazrat Amir-ul-Momineen graciously accepted his Waqf and Mr. Orchard began to work with other missionaries.””
REVIEW OF RELIGIONS, JUNE 1947
The ROR of Aug-1947 has an essay by Syed Zainul Abideen Wali Ullah Shah, entitled, “Jesus’ Journey to Kashmere” (Part-3). He alleges that the Buddha had prophecied the appearance of Jesus (as), many other non-sensical arguments are given. He also alleges that Yuz Asaf=Esa (as) (astagfarullah). He also alleges that Eisa (As) was buried on Khanyar Street, Srinagar, Kashmir. He claims that while he was working in Syria with Jalal ud Din Shams, they both debated a Jewish rabbi and etc. He also quoted 23:50 and alleges that in Damascus there is a place called Rabwa wherein Muslims believe that Eisa (As) had frequented (actually, he was born there).
He was appointed the Ameer of the last Ahmadi caravan departing from Qadian to Pakistan. Upon reaching the outskirts of Qadian, he halted the caravan, looked back at Qadian, and recited the same words that the Holy Prophet saw recited as he departed from Mecca’s city limits. Maulana Shams also proposed the name Rabwah for the Ahmadiyya Community’s new Headquarters in Pakistan, which was approved by Hazrat Khalifatul-Masih II.
14 October 1947:
Hazrat Mirza Aziz Ahmad was called back to Lahore from Qadian upon the instructions of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud. Jalaluddin Shams Sahib took his place and began his responsibility as amir-e-muqami, Qadian.
In the 1940-50’s
Jalal-ud-Din Shams wrote an introduction for “Al-Huda Wa-Tabsirato Liman Yara” and mentioned that when he was in Haifa he had an opportunity of meeting the said Muhammad Rashid Rida. Rashid Rida claimed that MGA had predicted his death in 1902, and Rashid Rida was still alive in the early 1930’s (he died in 1935, aged 69). Shams claimed that MGA had only prophecied was about his inability to write a counter to this book in eloquent Arabic.
In February of 1956 he became ill with plurasea and diabetes and for two and a quarter months remained in the Mayo Hospital, Lahore, then went to spend the summer in Quetta, he was giving accomodations by Sheikh Karim Bakhsh Sahib.
While he was indisposed, he wrote the second Urdu edition of Tadhkirah and wrote an Urdu translation and commentary on MGA’s Qasidah from A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam (1892). He signed off with the date 9-8-1956. It was translated into english by his son, Falah ud Din Shams in 2013.
At the Jalsa of 1957 at Rabwah, Jalal ud Din Shams gave a long speech on the Musleh Maud and heaped praise on Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud. This was converted into a book and published from Rabwah, the english edition came out in 2021 and can be read herein.
He seems to have written introductions for every book of MGA. This seems to have been ordered by Mirza Nasir Ahmad. The 2nd Khalifa died in the winter of 1965.
Maulana Shams served as Nazir Islaho-Irshad (in charge of missionary work in Pakistan) until his death on 13th October 1966. He held various positions until that time including: Secretary
of Bahishti Maqbarah, Managing Director of Al-Shirkat-ul- Islamiyyah, Secretary Majlis Iftaa, and President of Majlis Kaar Pardaaz. At the time of his death, he was survived by his wife and
seven children. He had written approximately seventy books in Urdu, Arabic, and English.
1 January 1966: Due to a risk of famine & drought in #Pakistan from lack of rain, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih III (rh) urged Ahmadis to dedicate two prostrations of nawafil for 7 seven days and pray for rain. On Huzoor’s instruction, Hazrat Jalaluddin Shams led Salat-ul-Istisqa (1/2) pic.twitter.com/4WUjjhS18i
— Al Hakam Weekly (@AlHakamWeekly) January 2, 2022
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