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January 2017

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s missing biographies

Ahmadis have been deleting and editing their books for over 100 years.  Its a non-stop cycle.  I recently came across 4 early biographies of MGA that seem to have gone missing.

The Titles
Sheikh Yaqub Ali Irfani (also called Sheikh Yacub Ali Torab) books Sirat-ul-Nabi, Sirat Ahmad, and Sirat Masih Maoud, which were published in (1915).

Pir Siraj ul Haq’s book Tazkirat-ul-Mahdi

Why are they missing?
These are the original sources of information on the life of MGA, in-fact, the famous pension story is quoted here and many other stories.

Naeem Osman Memon quoted Irfani’s book
There are a few quotations in this book.  Which is a terribly written book.  Feel free to surf it.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team went back and forth in terms of if Jesus had a biological father or not

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. Nevertheless, 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. Interestingly, in 1902, the english ROR discussed the possibility of a biological father of Esa (as).
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My research on Cholera continues


It is thought by many that MGA died of cholera in 1908.  Farquhar wrote about it here, and we know that Ahmadi authors were all silent on the cause of death for 20 years.  Then, Hyat-e-Nasir was published in 1927 and the populace of India was convinced, thru MGA’s own testimony that he had cholera, plus the symptoms and the quick death (within 2 hours).  Further research is proving that the entire “Train-Story” seems to have been fabricated after 1927, since Muhammad Ali wrote in roughly 1917 that MGA’s body was carried all the way to Qadian. Moreover, Ahmadi authors never mentioned Dr. Sutherland and any certificate until the 1930’s. Further, there are 4 early biographies on the life of MGA which are missing from the official records.  Dr. Basharat Ahmad mentions them in his famous collection, “Mujadid-e-Azam”.  Also, no one has pulled the data from the Urdu-ROR or the Hakam and Badr of 1908.

Some additional sources that I am researching

Click to access 10-Sasha%2020.pdf

How fast were trains in 1908?

A hadith that Ahmadis use to define what is a Muslim?

Nowadays, Ahmadis have been posting this hadith all over social media.  They are trying to argue that anyone can be a Muslim and etc.

The Hadith

Narrated Maimun bin Siyah that he asked Anas bin Malik, “O Abu Hamza! What makes the life and property of a person sacred?” He replied, “Whoever says, ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah’, faces our Qibla during the prayers, prays like us and eats our slaughtered animal, then he is a Muslim, and has got the same rights and obligations as other Muslims have.”
Reference : Sahih al-Bukhari 393
In-book reference : Book 8, Hadith 45

The Prophet said, “….prays like us…”.  What does this mean?  Does this mean praying 5 times per day?  If Ahmadis agree then Aga Khani Shias are not Muslim per the Ahmadiyya implication.  Also, the Nation of Islam doesn’t fall into this category either.

Ahmadis need to explain
Ahmadis need to go back to the drawing board and re-think another argument, this one has crashed.

Mirza Nasir Ahmad at the 1974, National Assembly testifying on oath about the number of Ahmadis

Ahmadis lie about their census all the time, we have created a master file of Ahmadiyya census numbers herein. They do this as a marketing ploy, they try to keep their flock of adherents paying and volunteering, this way, the money keeps rolling in. In the subsequent scans, Mirza Nasir Ahmad claims that there are 10 million Ahmadi’s in the world by 1974 at the National assembly, with 3.5-4 million in Pakistan. Which is a blatant lie, and a continuation of his lie in 1969/1970, which is the first indication of the 10 million number.

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Hyat e Nasir (1927) 1st edition vs. 2nd edition

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.
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Mirza Masroor Ahmad provoked all the Muslims in the world

Ahmadis have been crying persecution for many many years, however, it is the Mirza family who kept provoking Muslims all around the world with their various challenges and death-threats.  Here is a video from 2010, wherein Mirza Masroor Ahmad is aggressively challenging all Muslims in the world.

Are Ahmadis the fastest growing Islamic sect? The World Christian Encyclopedia opened and evaluated


Watch my video, wherein I open the World Christian Encyclopedia and show how Ahmadi’s lie and are academically dishonest.

This encyclopedia is extremely biased, it gives little to NO references at all. There is a section about Pakistan wherein Ahmadis are mentioned, feel free to view that, there isn’t any significant data there that is of use in this essay.

1.  This book reports 70k Ahmadis in 1900. That is not true, no Ahmadi source ever reported that. In fact, the 1901 British-India census came back at roughly 11,000 Ahmadis in British India. MGA had Ahmadis as a separate column on the census, hence, he wanted to be separate from Islam. There were additional censuses in 1911, 1921, and 1931 Ahmadis were never more then 60k.
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Kashif Chaudhry disowns Rabwah times

Kashif is the infamous son of an Ahmadi-mullah who openly hates Pakistan.  He was running many videos on Rabwah times and even went so far as to try to make a Sunni Cleric say that Ahmadis are liable to death, which he didn’t.  Mubasher Shah simply said that in Pakistan, there are many crimes that people will get the death penalty for.  Nonetheless, recently he got in trouble with his Khalifa in terms of his attendance at an islamic conference in the UAE.  The back lash was overwhelming, the Khalifa seems to have ordered Kashif to disown Rabwah Times and to announce that they do not represent the Ahmadiyya Movement.

Here is the FB posting by Kashif

It has been the modus operandi of the Ahmadiyya movement to always lie about who can officially comment on Ahmadi issues.  They have been doing for years and will continue to do it.

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