This blog entry was inspired by a question that I fielded on twitter. An Ahmadi had asked me about the prophecies of MGA, he was asking in terms of how was it possible that MGA had so many prophecies come true and etc. This Ahmadi, much like the majority of Ahmadis believe that ALL the prophecies of MGA had come true and this somehow proved MGA’s truthfulness.
In this short essay I will show just one example of MGA’s boasting-type-attitude and his non-stop deception, his constant lying, his never admitting to his mistakes, and other patterns of behavior that will shock even the most savage of men. In the case of Lekh Ram vs. MGA, it is obvious that the Ahmadi-mullah team have tried their very vest to erase much of the evidence, nonetheless, i present the current research as of 2016.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________MGA’s beef with the Arya Samaj-Hindus of the Punjaab
After the publishing of BA-vol. 4, MGA began challenging the Hindus of India to a death contest, and by Ahmadiyya standards they call it a Mubahila. This is also called the 1-year challenge. There were about 15 Arya Samajist in Qadian in those days (see page 78 of Dard), it is interesting to note that Dard calls Arya-Samaj a cult on page 79, he seems to ignore the idea that Ahmadiyya is also a cult, like scientology. Nonetheless, MGA had beefed with the Arya Samaaj since at least 1875 (Dard) and his beef continued. This is against the Quran, since allah tells us to never criticize the Gods of other religions. So obviously, MGA was ignoring a command of Allah and thus critisizing the God of the Hindus (see the Quran, 6:108, Tafsir Ibn Kathir). In the history of Islam, no Muslim of India had ever challenged Hindus to Mubahila. In fact, most muslims of the world had never ever done any Mubahila, and in fact, Muhammad (saw) never did any Mubahila. The delegation of Christians that he met were in terms of collecting Jizya, which was a socio-political issue, not a matter of “lets argue religion”.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ In 1885, Lekh Ram comes to Qadian
See ROR of June-1933
Per MGA’s challenge, Lekh Ram showed up and most likely stayed at the Arya Samaaj house of worship in Qadian. To date, Lekh Ram’s writings on his visit to Qadian are missing from the records. It is interesting to note, that from April 1885 to August 1885, Lekh Ram and MGA exchanged at least 10 letters (see Dard, page 109). Finally, Lekh Ram showed up to Qadian in Nov of 1885. MGA refused to meet with Lekh Ram and only letters were exchanged between the two. ((((New research proves that MGA and Lekh Ram actually met, in this blog entry, I have cataloged the event)))). They eventually agreed on a challenge of 300 rupees and this is where the Ahmadiyya records go blank. They purposely hide the fact that MGA had also agreed to a Mubahila with Lekh Ram and this was a 1-year-Mubahila. Lekh Ram countered and said that MGA and his lineage would be cut off. He also said that MGA would die in 3 years.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________20 Feb 1886 Prophecy
As everyone knows, this is the real prophecy vs. Lekh Ram. However, it doesn’t mention Lekh Ram at all, in fact, it is mostly about the Promised Son. It seems like that Ahmadi-mullah-team has edited all of those utterances totally out.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The March 1, 1886 Prophecy
On this date, MGA published an announcement vs. Lekh Ram.
“”Takzib Brahin i Ahmadiyya”” by Lekh Ram (1887)
In 1887-1888, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a few book per MGA’s order, he would eventually become MGA’s top ghost writer. Thus, “Faslul Khitab” (4 volumes) was published by Noorudin in 1888 (press data is unknown)(Noordin seems to have written this book while in Poonch, which is on the Azad Kashmir and Kashmir border these days)(See Hazrat Maulvi Noorudin). In this book, Noorudin translated 4:157-159, and agreed with the classic translations of these verses, which insinuate that Esa (as) was raised towards Allah(4:158) and hasn’t died yet (4:159), MGA wrote the same in 1884, in BA-4. Lekh Ram wrote a book vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1887 entitled, “Takzib Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya”, in english it would be “Accusing as False the Proofs of Ahmadiya”. Noorudin responded with his 1890 publication, “Tasdiq-i-Barahin i Ahmadiyya” (Verifying the Proofs of Ahmadiyya) (see Kenneth Jones). After MGA made his wild claims in late 1890 and early 1891, Noorudin’s career as a writer came to an end. He seems to have switched to ghost writer only. In March of 1904, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a book entitled Nur-ud-Din. It is currently online as Nur ul Din on the Qadiani-Ahmadi website. The Al-Badr announced its publishing. It was written in response to a book Tark-i Islam by a former Muslim who joined the Hindu Arya Samaj and had explained the reasons why he had left the religion of Islam. Interestingly enough, even Noorudin wrote that MGA was born in 1839.
Lekh Ram wrote that he didn’t want to criticize Islam, MGA forced him to do it.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ In 1893, MGA publishes his older correspondence with Lekh Ram
“””like Munshi Inderman Muradabadi and Pandit Lekhram Peshawari, about whose destiny and fate something will be written in this booklet (i.e. Siraj Muneer) provided there is enough time and the timing is right . . . I do so with a heavy heart . . . and if someone does not like a prophecy about them to be printed in this booklet . . . entitled to send me a written and signed statement by March 1, 1886, or within two weeks of the publication of this booklet . . “ (Collection of Advertisements, vol 1, pp 99-100) Lekhram promptly replied with a postcard asking to publish whatever Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wanted to publish about him. (RK, Vol 5. p.250).”””
MGA and Lekh Ram entered into the death prophecy in 1886-1887. This is the proof. Lekh ram wrote as-follows:
Takzeeb-Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, Vol.-1 :
“””This person will die of diarrhea within three years and none of his offspring will survive.””” (see the offical website of Ahmadiyya, retrieved on 11-9-16, https://www.alislam.org/library/history/ahmadiyya/19.html)
_______________________________________________________________________________________________MGA also wrote about Lekh ram in 1888 as follows:
“What is the entitlement of the corpse-eating Liar that Heaven should show a sign for him and the earth should exhibit paranormal spectacles?” (Siraj-e-Muneer, Roohani Khazain vol.12 p. 3)
“Lekhram’s age is at present at the most 30 years and he is a young man of robust built in good health. And this humble self is little more than 50 years old and weak and permanently sick and is afflicted with different kind of illnesses. Despite that, it will be evident in this contest which thing is from human being and which is from God.” (Siraj-e-Muneer, Roohani Khazain vol. 12 p. 17)
_______________________________________________________________________________________________All prophecies vs. the Arya Samaaj and Lekh Ram had expired by 1891
After 1891, Lekh Ram was provoked so much by MGA that he wrote some controversial tracts about Islam and etc. At first, Lekh Ram had limited his attacks to the Ahmadi movement of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, but he increasingly attacked orthodox Muslims as well. His pamphlet, Risala-i-Jihad ya’ri Din-i-Muhammad ki Bunyad (A Treatise on waging holy war, or the foundation of the Muhammadan Religion) caused a considerable outcry, when it was published in 1892. Until his murder by a Muslim five years later, Lekh Ram continued to stir up animosity by his vituperative writings.” (Punjab and the Raj, 1849–1947″, p. 72–73) Ian Talbot.
In 1892, Lekh Ram’s life was in danger
From 1890-1893, a 3-year-period, MGA was silent on Lekh Ram. All of sudden in 1893, MGA predicted the death of Lekh Ram in 6 years. This is MGA and his team being dishonest yet again. The saga and Mubahilas with the Arya Samaaj and Lekh Ram had all expired, MGA and Lekh Ram were still alive. MGA admitted to making a prophecy about Lekh Ram in 1886, however, that is as far as he goes.
Lekh Ram is mentioned over 10 times in Barakatud Du’a.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ In 1897, Lekh Ram is murdered and the the doctors assistance is an Ahmadi
Lekh Ram was eventually murdered in 1897. Batalvi urged the govt. to search MGA’s house. MGA seemed to have inside information on how Lekh ram died, this seems to have startled the entire Punjaab. However, the inside story was that Lekh Ram was taken to the Mayo Hospital in Lahore after getting stabbed, and the Doctors-assistant who was working that night just so happened to be an Ahmadi. Mirza Yaqub Beg was the young Ahmadi doctor and he shared all of the info with MGA, in terms of where Lekh Ram was stabbed and etc. And he boasted and gloated and was happy that Lekh Ram died (see pages 10-14). Also See the ROR of 1984 for the story.
After Lekh Ram’s death, the Arya Samaj wrote poetry vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
MGA starts a beef with the Arya Samaj of Qadian, and writes about it in “Nasim-e-Da‘wat”.
Nuzul ul Maseeh is published by the 1st Khalifa, Noorudin. In it, they add the note that Lekh Ram will die via a knife.
Mirza said: “and I Prophecised me too that he will be killed with a Knife whithin six years.”
His murder is mentioned in the ROR of June-1913.
The ROR of Aug-1917 has an essay by Maulvi Sher Ali entitled, “Ahmad’s Works, Part-2” wherein he mentions the murder of Lekh Ram as a sign for the truthfulness of MGA.
The murder of Lekh Ram is mentioned in the ROR of Nov-Dec-1918, as Ahmadi authors argue that MGA predicted the Spanish Flu and this murder.
Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig writes about what happened at the death of Lekh Ram.
According to the prophecy made by the Promised Messiah, Pandit Lekhram died after receiving a wound in his abdomen with a knife. By coincidence, when he was brought to Mayo Hospital [Lahore] after being stabbed, I was in the hospital as I was in my final year of my medical studies. In fact, I bandaged him myself and assisted Colonel Perry in operating on him.
As Colonel Perry lived some distance from the hospital and his arrival took time, Lekhram kept on repeating dejectedly and despondently: “O my qismat (misfortune), the doctor is not here yet”. The Pandit’s friends said to him: Premshar (God) will save you. In reply it was only once that he said: Yes, Premshar can save me, but he was convinced that he would die and kept on repeating his earlier words till the doctor arrived.
Some people have accused Hazrat Mirza sahib of having had Lekhram murdered. But I am prepared to testify on oath that the Pandit held no view of this kind about Hazrat Mirza sahib, even though this situation was one in which he had the best opportunity to express such an opinion.
Even during my student days I was not called by my forename but as Mirza Jee. In those days the late Dr. Ragbir Sahay was house surgeon and lived in a room above the operation theatre. So when Lekhram was brought in, Dr. Ragbir Sahay called me saying: Mirza sahib, please come here, a serious case has just been brought in. When I came I saw a man of height six feet or more lying on the table. On his abdomen there was a cut from one side to the other, some seven to eight inches in length, and his intestines were outside. Dr. Ragbir Sahay asked me to place a warm sponge on his abdomen and then to take his temperature, which I did. In brief, I was with him for about an hour to an hour and a half, until he was given chloroform to anaesthetize him. During this time Dr. Ragbir Sahay called me Mirza Jee several times. When I realized that the injured man was Pandit Lekhram, I paid particular attention to remembering everything that happened so that I could inform Hazrat Mirza sahib of the last hours of his life.
I say with certainty that whenever Dr. Ragbir Sahay called me Mirza Jee, Pandit Lekhram looked towards me with sorrow in his eyes and he remembered Hazrat Mirza sahib as well as his own prophecy he had made that Hazrat Mirza sahib would be destroyed. It had become clear to him that his prophecy had turned out to be false but that the prophecy made by Hazrat Mirza sahib had proved true.
If without the memory of Hazrat Mirza sahib being reawakened in his mind he had remained silent, then it would have been another matter. However, because of the calling of my name he was repeatedly reminded of Hazrat Mirza sahib, and yet despite being fully conscious and able to speak he only expressed regret at his fate and made no accusation whatsoever against Hazrat Mirza sahib.
Although the Pandit was brought directly to the hospital without any dying declaration being taken from him by the police, nonetheless any statement made by the patient in such circumstances in front of the doctor is regarded as equivalent to sworn testimony in court. However the Pandit made no statement even though, in addition to Dr. Ragbir Sahay, as far as I remember there were also two doctors present who came with other Arya Samaj members, Dr. Heera Lal and Dr. Dev Kee Nand, and they remained there till the end.
The story of Lekh Ram is given in the ROR of June-1933.
Dard’s report of missionary activity is published in the ROR of Nov-1933. He claims to have given a lecture at the Dorking Rotary Club. He talked about MGA’s prophecies like Dowie, Lekh Ram, the Great European War (doomsday earthquake), the destruction of the Czar dynasty (Russia). He also mentioned how Ahmadi’s are persecuted and killed in Afghanistan, Maulvi Abdul Latif and a few others. Dard also claims that M.M. Ahmad (B.A.) had recently came to London.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays
Click to access hope200805_lastdaysmgamirzayaqubbeg.pdf
Click to access Life-of-Ahmad-20080411MN.pdf
In 1901, after banishing Lekh Ram to hell, MGA changes his hell theory
“Arya Dharam” or “The Arya Religion” (1895) by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
“Nuzul ul Masih” or “The Descent of the Messiah” (published posthumously in 1909) and quotes
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad mentioned in “Arya Dharm: Hindu Consciousness in 19th-century Punjab” By Kenneth W. Jones
Quotes from SHAHNA-E-HAQQ by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1887 or 1888)
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad drew caricatures of his Christian opponents
The Ahmadiyya Movement and its Western Propaganda by James Thayer Addison (1929)
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