As we all know, after MGA claimed to be the Messiah in 1890-ish. In 1891, in Ludhiana, MGA had a written debate with Batalvi and Maulvi Saadulah and a few others. This was MGA and his teams second written debate of their careers, MGA never had any oral debates. In 1892-1893, he used the term “Zurrayatul Baghaya” (children of prostitutes) as he described in Arabic those who had rejected his claims of Messiah-ship (See A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam). It should be remembered that there were barely 300 Ahmadi’s in those days. He even wrote out 1000 “lanaats” in 1894 as he was raging out of control in Nurul Haq, Nur ul Haq was an Arabic only book,  there seems to have also been an urdu translation given with the original book. Our Arabic ex-Ahmadi friends like Hani Tahir and Ikrima Najami have been going through MGA’s arabic books and giving us some quotes which have never been given to the world ever before. These quotes are vulgar, you have been warned. Some other publications are also quoted. Additional quotes from Nurul-Haq can be found here. MGA also called his opponents’ women as bitches in 1898 in Najmul Huda (in a poem). It seems that in 1897, MGA and his team called Sa’dullah as a son of prostitutes. MGA also discussed the insult “Zurrayatul Baghaya” in his book “Khutbah ilhamiya”. In terms of the Quran, the word Baghaya was used in the Quran twice, once in 19:20 and once in 19:28. In both cases, these are loose women or it could be used as prostitutes.

However, after Sa’dullah died in 1907, MGA refused to even mention that part of his poetry from 10 years earlier. Interestingly enough, Mirza Bashir Ahmad tells us that Muhammad Ali ( one of MGA’s lawyer’s and employees) told MGA not to mention how he had called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes, since Muhammad Ali feared legal recourse. This would be defamation, MGA had narrowly escaped a defamation case in 1904, Dard tells us it was Khwaja Kamaluddin and not Muhammad Ali however. However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah). We have recently found an old urdu book by Ahmadiyya writers which specifically discusses this issue. In 1907, MGA and his team of ghost writers issued a clarification on the word Ibn Bagha or “Zarrayatul baghaya”. They were scared of a legal case against MGA via defamation. Thus, MGA’s team issued a correction via Al-Hakam Volume 11, page 7 (February 1907). I found it on the old message boards,  See page 3, about half way down the page. The MTA team also gave the same explanation, i.e., that MGA only meant “an arrogant person” when he used these words.

This quote was mentioned in 1935 in the famous “Khosla judgement” and again by Justice Coldstream as the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s wanted this word expunged from the records, which the judge refused to do.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Who is Maulvi Sa’adullah or Saadullah or Sa’dullah??

He died in 1907. His altercations with MGA started in the early part of 1891, he joined Batalvi and others in challenging MGA. MGA and his team falsely claim to have predicted his death and many other things.
Aina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam, Roohani Khazain vol.5 p.547

“Every Muslim will accept me and will confirm my claim except the zurrayatul baghaya whose hearts will have been sealed up by God Almighty.”
MGA wrote some poetry in this book vs. Saadullah.  It is as follows:

“”””You have persecuted me out of your vileness and now if you do not die in disgrace, 0 wicked oneibn baghaI will not have been proved truthful in my claim.””””(anjam e athim, 1897)(Taken from, middle of the webpage, retrieved on 11-9-16).

[RK, v. 11, p. 282; 8th verse on page; Anjaam-e-Aatham]
[Arabic verse:]
‘aadhitanee khubthan falasto besaadeqan
in lam tammot bil khazee yaa ibn-bighaa [O son of prostitution].’

[Persian text, under the Arabic verse:]
‘maraa bekhabaasate khod eezaa daadee, pas man saadeq neestam
agar to ay nasle badkaaraan [O progeny of the unchaste] bezellat nameeree.’

[English translation:]
You have offended me by your wretchedness; thus, I am not truthful
If you, O son of prostitution, do not die in disgrace.


Taken from Nuzhat Haneef’s book on Ahmadiyya

[RK, v. 12, p. 231; 5th , 6th, and 7th verses on the page; Hujjatullaah]
O `Abdul Haq [Ghaznavee] you took the initiative in vile epithets
So, I will invite you to a feast similar to the gift you have presented with your desire.
And you called me a dog and you uttered vile epithets
O you wretched/vicious one, you crossed the bounds.
And a dog is a form and you are its soul
Hence a person like you barks like a dog and complains.

You engaged in verbal impudence in the manner of ‘baghaaya’
And O monster, you have wronged yourself.

[RK, v. 12, p. 232; 1st and 3rd verses on the page;
Hence, I have sworn an oath by God Almighty
That soon I will vex the hearts of the mischief-mongers.

[RK, v. 12, p. 234; last but one verse on the page; Hujjatullaah]
O you [the one who is] overcome by the curse, cease to make mention of curses
Have you not seen what your condition has become after you did ‘bakwaas’ [barked nonsense]

[RK, v. 12, p. 235; 5th and 6th verses on the page; Hujjatullaah]
I do not see knowledge and intelligence in your soul/being
And you attack like a swine and bray like a donkey.
And you danced like a ‘baghiyya’ in gatherings
And established me as a transgressor although you are the greatest of transgressors.

[RK, v. 12, p. 232; 1st verse on the page; Hujjatullaah]
You [`Abdul Haq Ghaznavee] engaged in verbal impudence in the manner of ‘baghaaya’ [prostitutes]
And O monster, you have wronged yourself.

[RK, v. 12, p. 235; 6th verse on the page; Hujjatullaah]
And you [`Abdul Haq Ghaznavee] danced like a ‘baghiyya’ [prostitute] in gatherings
And established me as a transgressor although you are the greatest of transgressors.
Khutbah Ilhamiyyah, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 16, page 46

In MGA’s revealed sermon, wherein they claim that the angels were with MGA, he used the phrase, “bhagaya”, many years later, as it was translated into Urdu, the Ahmadi translator translated “bhagya” to mean ‘bazaari aurtain’, or english, “loose women”. Listen to Amir Haq explaining it herein at the 30:00 mark.

My explanation of this quote, MGA essentially says: And all day they have wasted their lives in two things. They happily gift each other meat. With mutton and beef. And happiness and colourful weddings. And striving with themselves and laughing. Laughing with their teeth and showing their two front teeth when laughing.And they have interest in bazari aurtein (prostitutes?) and want to kiss them and hug them and then want to grab their back sides (asses)… and for the problems of Islam we say inna lillah.


_____________________________________________________________________________________________1907-Haqiqatul Wahy

MGA quotes his poetry from 1897, however, he purposely leaves out the lines wherein he calls Sa’dullah the son of a prostitute (Ibn Bagha).

MGA also mentions Sa’dullah as Sign#188 in Haqiqatul Wahy
Just a few pages after mentioning the idea that Sa’dullah’s lineage had been cut off, MGA goes on to assert that Sa’dullah’s death was even predicted by MGA himself.  MGA calls Sa’dullah as Munshi Sa‘dullah of Ludhiana. MGA was claiming that he published an announcement about the death prophecy vs. Sa’dullah, however, no such announcement exists, he also claims that Sa’dullah verbally cussed at MGA and slandered him and predicted MGA’s death, however, none of that data has ever been seen.

Muhammad Ali advised MGA to leave out the Ibn Bagha  and other quotes out of Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA also mentions this in HW. However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).  

Seeratul Mehdi, page 31 part 1.

(42) stated to me by shaikh Abdurehman misri that once Hazrat sb (MGAQ) kept sitting after zuhur prayer in masjid of qadiyanan. Few days ago hazrat sb has written that Saadullah will remain without progeny. His son that is alive today, is impotent, will surely not be able to take his name ahead. This humble self says that saadullah was worst enemy of hazrat sb and used to talk bad against him. But before publishing this “ishtihar” molvi Muhammad Ali advised hazrat sb that publishing such ishtihar would be against law. He said if Saadullah filed a suit in the court we would not be in a position to prove impotency of his son. Hazrat sb did not agree, when molvi Muhammad Ali insisted on his advise , hazrat sahibs face turned red he got infuriated and said “when a prophet gets himself armed and comes to battle field, he does not disarm him”.

The scan

15037145_681572665337043_4015612836520139162_n_____________________________________________________________________________________________Scan of Baghay from the Arabic dictionaries

Bashir Ahmad Rafiq mentioned the quote in his book however

An Imam of the Ahmadiyya movement, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq wrote a book entitled, “Truth about Ahmadiyya”, 6 editions were published between 1978 and 1992 in German and English. He claims that “Ibn Bagha” only means “son of the wicked”.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays

Who is Maulvi Sa’adullah or Saadullah or Sa’dullah of Ludhiana (died Jan-1907)??

The Opponents of the Promised Messiah

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had 5 written debates, NO ORAL Debates

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wrote vulgarities in Arabic also, new research from Arab Ex-Ahmadi’s

A rare book by Ahmadiyya found, “hazrat masih maoud kee sadaqat kaa aik our nishan zahir hua”



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