Ahmadis are fond of editing their books. They do it all the time. Their team of mullahs sits around all day editing and inventing new arguments to keep their flock in line. In 1927, a scholar of Ahmadiyya, Sheikh Yacoob Ali Irfani published the biography of the father-in-law of MGA, Mir Nasir Nawab. Irfani was the editor of the Al-Hakam and lived in Qadian. By 2019, a new online edition appeared. We have to assume that this book is on its 3rd edition, it can be found online herein. Hani Tahir speaks about it also (see in the below). Listen to the explanation on Aaqa ka Ghulam (at the 57:16 mark).
“Hyat e Nasir” was most likely written in 1924-25, since Mir Nasir Nawab died in 1925. Nevertheless, Mir Nasir Nawab gave an explanation of the death of MGA. He claimed that MGA spoke out, as he was suffering from the pangs of death, “Mir sahib, I have contracted Cholera”. After this book was published, the critics of Ahmadiyya seem to have noticed this fact and began arguing with Ahmadis that MGA did in-fact die of Cholera. However, in 1908, on May 30th, the Valik newspaper reported that MGA died of cholera. On June 14th, 1908, the new Khalifa, Maulvi Noorudin even admitted that MGA died of cholera. Even Farquhar had wrote in 1915, that MGA died of Cholera, these allegations were nothing new. Further, MGA was sitting on a mobile toilet (chowkee) just minutes before he died, he died on Brandereth Road in Lahore. You can read MGA’s death story here from Ahmadi sources only. In 1918, Ahmadi’s told Walter that MGA had died of intestine trouble, which is proof that Ahmadi’s lie openly and are willingly ordered to cover-up the truth and thus, the story was changed in Ahmadiyya history. Nowadays, Ahmadi’s are willfully ignoring the full facts of what Maulana Abu Kalamazad wrote about MGA.
They even gave MGA an unknown injection at roughly midnight. MGA fell-out after that. IMHO, MGA died right before the injection, and Ahmadis have lied about the rest of the story. And what was in this injection that he got? And did they stab him in the heart with it? All of these details are missing.
The scan work
Hayat e nasir first edition published in 1927
“””Ab bari (big) aour sakhat (hard) tabdeely mairay haal (person) main paida hooyee aour aysee sakhat museebat nazil hooyee-kay gis kee talafee bohat mushkil hay-Allah taala kay sivaa mairee takleef ko koee naheen jaan sakta-hazrat sahib giss raat ko beemar hooya-us raat ko main apnay maqaam per jaa ker soo (sleep) chukka tha-jub aap ko bohat takleef hooyee to mujahy jagaiya gayaa tha-jub main hazrat sahib kay pass pohncha aour aap ka haal daikha to aap nay mujhay mukhatib ker kay fermayia – mir sahib maujhay wabaee haiza ho giyaa hai-is kay baad aap nay koee aiysee saaf baat mairay khiayl main naheen fermayi –yahaan tuk kay doosray roaz (next day) dus (10am) bajay kay baad aap ka intiqaal ho gayiaa.”””
Now the second edition which is changed –it does not give the year of printing.
“””Ab bari (big) aour sakhat (hard) tabdeely mairay haal (person) main paida hooyee aour aysee sakhat museebat nazil hooyee-kay gis kee talafee bohat mushkil hay-Allah taala kay sivaa mairee takleef ko koee naheen jaan sakta-hazrat sahib giss raat ko beemar hooya-us raat ko main apnay maqaam per jaa ker soo (sleep) chukka tha-jub aap ko bohat takleef hooyee to mujahy jagaiya gayaa tha-jub main hazrat sahib kay pass pohncha aour aap ka haal daikha aour doosray roaz (next day) dus (10am) bajay kay baad aap ka intiqaal ho gayiaa”””
These books are not on the official Ahmadiyya website, alislam.org. We have found these books from our contacts in the UK and Pakistan. Nonetheless, Ahmadiyya Khalifas authenticated this book. However, they refuse to comment on the editing job in the second edition.
Obviously, Ahmadiyya leadership was embarrassed that the truth got out in terms of the cause of death for MGA. They then attempted to destroy all of the first editions of Hyat-e-Nasir and then they published a second edition. The cover-up job continued, Ahmadiyya leadership then had Mirza Bashir Ahmad write “Silsila-Ahmadiyya” and he wrote a different narrative in terms of the death of MGA. Then, Dr. Basharat Ahmad wrote his famous, “Mujadid-e-Azam”, this is where he seems to entirely fabricate the story of how Dr. Sutherland signed some certificate at the Lahore Train Station which allowed MGA’s body to travel via train to Batala. This entire story is bogus, there is no proof.
Hani Tahir’s work
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad died of Cholera—new evidence found in Aug-2017–The Vakil newspaper Amritsar dated 30th May 1908
New data found on the death of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad via cholera from June 1908
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