June 2017

Who is Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malerkotla, son-in-law of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1870–1945)?

Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan (born 1870, died February 10th, 1945)(See Dard page 816), a Chief of Malerkotla (it was roughly 200 km southeast from Qadian) seems to have been an Ahmadi since at least 1892.  Dard tells us that he donated towards the publishing of MGA’s book, “Nishan-Asmani” aka “Heavenly sign” (June 1892)(See Dard, page 338).  His name is also listed in the famous “list-of-313” that were recorded by MGA’s team in 1896.  In 1896, MGA had a daughter born, she was given the name Mubarika Begum.  By 1901, MGA seemed to have a revelation wherein he named her “nawab” (see Dard, page 565, (Ahmadiyya leadership wont give the date) she was thus married off to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, she was only 5 years old and he was 31 at the time.  However, it is unclear whether or not she moved in with the Nawab or not.  More details will follow shortly. Nonetheless, by 1901, the Nawab of Malerkotla was a worker in Qadian and even brought a phonograph and since MGA couldn’t speak properly, he had Maulvi Abdul Kareem’s voice recorded (See Dard, page 816).  Further, during the amin ceremonies of Mahmud Ahmad and Mirza Bashir Ahmad, they seem to have also celebrated the wedding of MGA’s daughter. In 1931, the brother of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan helped the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad get elected to the All-India-Kashmir-Committee (See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).
Roughly 1894

MGA physically sent Nurruddin to Malerkotla to teach Quran to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan (See Noorudin by by Syed Hasanat Ahmad). Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan was a Shia-Muslim.

Some elders from Qadian attended the marriage ceremony of Hazrat Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan in Malerkotla. To name a few, Hakim Maulvi Nuruddin, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti and Maulvi Ahsan Amrohi  participated in it. It is reported that the Nikah was announced by Hazrat Hakim Maulvi Nuruddin (see Al-Hakam, Retrieved on 11-6-19, via twitter, archives). This was Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s 2nd marriage, he had married his wife’s sister when she passed away tragically.

MGA hints that his daughter will become a Nawab. MGA seems to have brokered the deal for marriage while his daughter was barely 4 years old.


Friends. As per the belief of Muslims, the holy Prophet Muhammad sallallaho alaihi wasallam is the only prophet who will be allowed by Allah to make intercession (Shafaat) on the day of Judgment.

Qadiani official historian Dost Muhammad Shahid, wrote a story proving that Mirza Ghulam Qadiani made Shafaat and Allah accepted it. At page 457 of Tareekh Ahmadiat Vol-3 DM Shahid writes :

“In 1902, Nawab Abdul Rahim son of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan fell seriously ill. He suffered high degree fever for 14 days. This made his mind affected and he became insane. The fever further aggravated his condition. Hazrat Sahib (Mirza) was informed of his date to date condition and he used to pray for his early recovery of health. One day his condition deteriorated to a degree that all family member got hopeless of his health and death seemed to be certain. Hazrat sahib (Mirza) prayed for him with special attention at Tahajjud Time (mid night prayer). Allah revealed to him of his wahi that “TAQDEER MUBRAM HAI AUR HALAKAT MUQADDAR” meaning it is it is the inevitable fate and death is certain. Molvi Abdul Karim says my master (MGAQ) told me that he felt very sad when God told him this through Wahi. So out of sheer sorrow I (MGAQ) said to Allah, if it is not the opportunity of Dua then I make Shafaat for him for which it is appropriate time. Suddenly Wahi was revealed to me.
یسبح لہ من فی السماوات و من فی الارض من ذالذی یشفع عندہ الا بازنہ۔
Mirza says he got scared having done shafat without permission. Then the second Wahi came
انک انت المجاز
Permission is given to you.
After sometime Abdul Rahim got well gradually like a dead man has come to life again.


He gives his daughter to Mirza Sharif Ahmad.  Her age is unknown, Mirza Sharif Ahmad was 11 years old at the time of marriage.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1901 to 1907

He seems to have totally moved to Qadian by this time-frame. There are barely any details…he may have been back and forth to Malerkotla, which was just a one day journey. Further, it seems like there were some financial trouble for the Nawab in 1906….MGA tells of receiving some revelations to that effect (see Tadhkirah, 2009 online edition, page 898). Further, he was one of the members of the Sadr Anjuman. At least half of the Anjuman were relatives of MGA through marriage or otherwise.

MGA announces the Dowry price for his daughter

See here:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (MGA) accepted Rs56000/= as haq-mehar for his daughter because his daughter WAVIED OFF HER RIGHT TO 1/8TH (ONE-EIGHTH) SHARE

MGA married his eldest daughter to Muhammad Ali Khan, announced on 17 Feb 1908
MGA married off his daughter, who was barely 11-12 years old to a 40-year old man, who had been married 2 times prior to this marriage.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________At the death of MGA–June 1908

Noorudin mentioned the relatives of MGA as suitable fits for the Khilafat, in-fact, he mentions Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan as a relative. Which proves that he had already been married to the daughter of MGA, this proves that she was no older then 10 or 11 at the time of marriage. Further, in Noorudin’s first address as Khalifa he said:

“”I glorify Allah, Who is ever Eternal. Every prophet, who comes to the world, has a mission, which once completed, God calls him back. Have a look at my past life; I never desired to be an
Imam. When Abdul Kareem Sahib became an Imam-us-Salat (one who leads the prayer), I felt a sigh of relief. I know myself fully well and my God knows me even better than myself. The
only desire that I have is that my God be happy with me and, in order to achieve this happiness, I keep myself busy with constant prayers seeking His pleasure. In Qadian, I have spent quite a
time in ruminating over the fact as to what would happen after Hadhrat Sahib. From among the relations of Hadhrat Sahib, three of them are present here (Sahibzada Hadhrat Mirza Bashir-ud-
Din Mahmud Ahmad, Hadhrat Mir Nasir Nawab and Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan) and, in order to maintain unity, you do Bai‘at at the hand of any of them, and I would be with you. (Al-
Badr, June 2, 1908, p. 6).”” (also see, Norudin by Syed Hasanat Ahmad, pages 113-114).

Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s father, Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan passes away.  Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s brother, Ahmad Ali Khan of Malerkotla takes over as ruler of Malerkotla.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________14 March 1909

MGA’s eldest daughter was officially married off. She seems to have moved to Malerkotla with this man.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The children of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan and Mubarika Begum

1.  Eldest Daughter—Syeda Mansoora Begum, she married Mirza Nasir Ahmad on August 5th 1934.   It is unclear when Syed Mansoora Begum was born (most like 1909), however, she died on 3rd December 1981.  She seems to have lived in Maler Kotla from age 5-until her marriage in 1934, she probably moved back to Maler Kotla, since her husband was sent abroad for 4 years right after the marriage.

2.  Muhammad Ahmad Khan, born in 1910, he was the father of Captain Mahmood Ahmad Khan (Chief Pilot of Pakistan International Airlines PIA).

3.  Masud Ahmad Khan was born in 1913.

4.  Mahmood Begum, her DOB is unknown, she was married to her first cousin, Dr. Mirza Munawar Ahmad in 1940.

The reference and scan
Tareekh E Ahmadiyyat vol 1 page 586.
 _____________________________________________________________________________________________Nooruddins comments on this marriage

“There was a time when, a king had given the hand of his daughter to an ancestor of Nawab sahib (muhammad ali Khan) named Sadar Jahan.  And that wise man (the king) was a very lucky man (because the king had given his daughter in this family) but our friend, Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan is ever more fortunate that a “Nabi-Ullah”‘s daughter has come in his Nikah”

As the conflict for the power of Khilafat over the Sadr Anjuman bubbled, the Nawab obviously supported Khilafat, since he knew that his new family would have Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad as in-charge, and thus the finances of the movement would be controlled by the Mirza family. During the famous meeting on the top of the Masjid Mubarak, he was forced to give his opinion and also give his allegiance to Noorudin and etc (see page 245). He also had conversations with Khwaja Kamaluddin that were recorded in the Khwaja’s book “The causes of internal dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement” (1914).  

After 1909

It seems that he was also living with MGA, although the details are sketchy, later on, after Noorudin became Khalifa, he had a house built, it was connected to the new Nur-Masjid, which was named after Noorudin, and was right next to the Talim-ul-Islam High School, which seems to be 50-100 yards from the house of MGA. It is unclear when MGA’s daughter began living with this older man. Further, Nooruddin seemed to continue to live with MGA’s family until early 1914, wherein he moved out, he thus moved into this new house. He also had him (Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan) as the executor of his (noorudin’s) will. Noorudin thus died in the Nawab’s house and his will was read out by the Nawab (see page 334). They then elected Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad in a make-shift election.

Nooruddin was at the house of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan and was returning to the home of MGA, he fell off of his pony and was dragged mercilessly, he almost died and had to have a leg amputated.

Obviously, he sided with the family of MGA and the rest is history. The first Lahori-Ahmadi Jalsa was being held in December of 1914 in Lahore, the second day, 26 December 1914, was scheduled to begin with a poem by “Janab Muhammad Nawab Khan sahib Saqib of Malerkotla” (Paigham Sulh, 17 December 1914). But in the report of the proceedings of that session it says: “Janab Saqib of Malerkotla could not come” (Paigham Sulh, 27 December 1914). Of course, this “Saqib” would appear to be a different person from Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, since the latter Nawab was issuing announcements at the time instructing members of the Qadiani Jamaat not to attend the Jalsa at Lahore, to which all of them had been invited by Maulana Muhammad Ali.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________He was mentioned in Kwaja Kamaluddin’s book of 1914, in terms of the split

Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din in his Urdu book ‘Causes of the Split in the Ahmadiyya Movement’, published in December 1914 (see link). He wrote:

“Is not the following incident true? On one occasion I said to the Nawab [Muhammad Ali Khan] sahib, with much pain: For God’s sake, let us have pity on the community. Why are we opposing each other on every matter, be it support for the Muslim university, or method of propagation, or the issue of calling others as kafir, matters on which the community is being split into two? On this point, the Nawab sahib and I talked privately in the grounds of his house at about 9 or 10 p.m. He replied: Just decide one matter. Give all authority to the khalifa, and the other differences will disappear.

In reply to this, I said to the Nawab sahib that a khalifa who would be like Nur-ud-Din would rule over us by virtue of his personal qualities, not by virtue of being khalifa. The following day, the Nawab sahib and the Mian sahib walked out of the meeting of the Anjuman. I swear by God the Most High that this incident is true and correct as I have described it.”

He seems to have totally disappeared. He was most likely living in Qadian.

Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan throws a party for the European engineer who built the train station at Qadian.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Mirza Nasir Ahmad married the daughter of Nawab Mubarika Begum in 1934

On 5 August 1934, Nasir Ahmad married Syeda Mansoora Begum, a granddaughter of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and eldest daughter of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malerkotla, India. Within a month of getting married, Nasir Ahmad left India and proceeded for postgraduate studies to England. Nawab Mubarika Begum had a few daughters, 2 additional daughters are mentioned in the english book, “Amma-Jan” (2011, online edition, it seems to be a summary of Sirato Sawaneh Hadrat Amman Jan” by Prof. S. N. Saeed, aka “Dearest-mother” (see page 177).  A granddaughter of Amma Jan is also mentioned in this book, her name is Mahmuda Begum Sahibah.  Further, the other daughter of Nawab Mubaraka Begum is Asifah Mas‘udah Begum (nicknamed “Baby”), She seems to have had 2 daughters from her marriage with Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1945, Feb 10th

He dies. (See Dard page 816).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s son from his previous marriage was married to the youngest daughter of MGA

In a strange twist of events, the youngest daughter of MGA (Amtul Hafeez) was also given into the same family, in fact, she was married off at a very young age to the son of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, this son was from a previous marriage. She must have been roughly 8-9 years old and went to go and live with her sister in the same house. Moreover, the age of this son is undocumented, as is the age of MGA’s youngest daughter, for obvious reasons.  His name was Hadrat Nawwab Muhammad ‘Abdullah Khan.  See “Amma-Jan”, pages 180-181).

Also see this essay:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________My brief comments

There is nothing wrong in any of these marriages, in rural life and for the majority of human history, most marriages happened in this way, and this spans cultures and religions. My only issue is that Ahmadiyya is open and transparent about the entire story. They are purposely hiding information. Further, Ahmadis have argued that Ayesha (ra) was 19 at the time of marriage, however, as we all know, she was roughly 6-7, and that’s per super-authentic tradition from Bukhari.

Scans and pics



_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links Related Essay’s and links

Who is Dr. Mirza Munawar Ahmad?

(See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).

Who is Amatul Hafeez (1904–1987)? The youngest child of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

How the Mirza family manipulated the building of the train station at Qadian in 1928

Who is Mirza Sharif Ahmad (1895–1961)? The son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad married off his daughter when she was barely 11-12 years old


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Who were the members of the Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya aka “Executive body of Control”: in 1906–1910

Towards the end of 1906, MGA and his team setup a “Council” that would manage the movement in the future, this was mostly in terms of finances, however, it also covered spiritual matters.  Nonetheless, below is the list of the original 14 members.  At least 5-6 were family members of MGA….through marriage or otherwise…The reference for this entry is (See Muhammad Ali, A Mighty Striving, PAGE 52).  The members of the Sadr Anjuman didn’t change until 1910.  In 1910, Noorudin, the Khalifa resigned from this position as President and got Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad elected as President without a vote (See “Truth About The Split”, online english edition, pages 266-267).  That dropped the number of people from 14 to 13.  Ahmadiyya sources tell us that Mir Muhammad Ishaq became a voting member in 1912.  Thus giving the Mirza family 5 of the 14 voting members.


With the publication of


  1. Maulana Nur-ud-Din —


  1. Maulana Muhammad Ali —


  1. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din —

Legal Advisor

  1. Maulana Syed Muhammad Ahsan of Amroha
  2. Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad
  3. Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malir Kotla
  4. Seth Abdur Rahman of Madras
  5. Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan of Peshawar
  6. Mir Hamid Shah of Sailkot
  7. Shaikh Rahmatullah of Lahore
  8. Dr. Mirza Yaqub Baig of Lahore
  9. Dr. Syed Muhammad Husain Shah of Lahore
  10. Dr. Khalifa Rashid-ud-Din
  11. Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail


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Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s inheritance

Taken from, “Man of God” page 63

Paranthesis are mine

“After their (mirza tahir and asifa begum) marriage they occupied one of the 11 houses the Khalifa (Mahmud Ahmad) had built for his sons. They consisted of 3 bedrooms, a living-room and a kitchen with a small enclosed yard. Tahir also had a farm. ‘Farm’ is perhaps a grandiose word to describe the 25 acres of near scrubland, but here Tahir could keep horses -which he trained – and buffalos to provide milk.

Cycling the 3 miles to the farm at 6 am became a daily routine – and a daily pleasure. “I loved going out before anyone was up and about. Everything was cool and fresh and I had a chance to look at my animals, to care for them……….”

“The budget (jamaat budget) provides a modest allowance for the Khalifa himself, but the present Khalifa has intimated that he will not draw the allowance. He not only maintains himself out of his private income , but makes large contributions out of it to the funds of the Community. In fact he is the biggest single contributor to these funds. “The Head of the Ahmadiyya Movement”, page 13 written by Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, publishing date is missing. (I am guessing 1945).

1. Mahmud Ahmad must have owned (25 acres x 11 sons)=275 acres worth of land, not to mention the land he gave to each son for their housing. And I didnt add in his daughters and their inheritance.

1.a. If I add daughters, mahmud owned (25 x 22 children)= 550 acres of land. He was the richest ahmadi of all-time.

2. I also didnt add the animals that each child inherited.

3. Mahmud ahmad was making more money than anybody else in the movement. He was making more money than even Zafrullah Khan, and thats a feat. Thats like almost impossible. Zafrullah Khan was the foreign minister of Pakistan, yet, Mahmud was making more money than him.

And just imagine, these people were asking ahmadis to spend less and donate more. This is just another sickening addition to the lies and the fraud and the deception by the mirza brothers.  I can only wonder as to how much land Mirza Bashir and Mirza Shareef had.

The Curzon Gazette commented on the death of MGA

Mirza Hairat Dehlvi seems to have owned the Curzon Gazette. He was born as Muhammad Umrao Baig,in Dehli in 1868, he completed his education in Arabic College Dehli. He was employed by Munshi Navalkishore at Akhbar Avadh. He wrote a commentary on Holy Quran, which was published from Curzon Press Dehli in 1901. He also translated famous Ahadiths books of Bukhari, Mishkat, and Darmi in urdu. He authored books on Seerat Rasul s.a.w, in six volumes, wrote books on biographies of Hazrat Abubakar r.a., Hazrat Ali r.a. Hazrat Aisha r.a and Hazrat Syedah Fatima r.a. beside having published some other books. Mirza Hairat was the owner of Curzon Press Dehli, where he was publishing famous weekly Curzon Gazettes since 1901. He challenged Mirza Ghulam Qadiani against his fake claims during Ghulam Qadiani,s visit to Dehli in 1891 and in 1905, he also wrote at the time of MGA’s death (see in the below).
____________________________________________________________________________________________Nooruddin” by Syed Hasanat Ahmad, 2003 edition, online edition. Again, this Ahmadi author doesn’t give a proper reference. Nonetheless, see pages 122, 123:

“””Nothing now is left with the Mirzais (a derogatory term used for Ahmadis) after the demise of Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas, the Movement has lost its head, and the person, who has become head, only knows the Holy Qur’an and he will only be reading and lecturing on the Holy Qur’an in the mosque.

At the annual Ahmadiyya conference in December, 1908, Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih Ira delivered a vigorous speech. The editorial of the Curzon Gazette commented upon it thus: “He
could only teach the Holy Qur’an,” Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih Ira said, “Let God help me to teach them the Holy Qur’an so that they can understand it.”””””
MGA’s obituary in the Curzon Gazette

Curzon Gazette, Delhi, 1st June 1908

“The services of the deceased, which he rendered to Islam in confrontation with the Christians and the Arya Samajists, deserve the highest praise. He completely changed the flow of the debate, and laid the foundations of a new literature in India.

“We admit, not because of our being Muslims but being seekers after truth, that the top most Arya Samaj leader or Christian missionary could not dare open his mouth to confront the late Mirza sahib. The incomparable books which he wrote in refutation of the Arya Samaj and Christian creeds, and the shattering replies he gave to the opponents of Islam, we have not seen any rational refutation of these except that the Aryas have been hurling abuse at the Founder and the teachings of Islam in an uncouth manner, without being able to give a sensible reply. Although the deceased was a Punjabi, yet his pen was so powerful that today in the whole of the Punjab, even in the whole of India, there is no author of such power…and it is true that, on reading some of his writings, one goes into a state of ecstasy. Although he did not receive any regular education in Arabic language, literature or grammar, he gained such a proficiency in Arabic by his God-given intellect and nature that he could write it quite naturally…

“His followers are not only common and unlearned people, but include able and bright graduates, viz., B.A., M.A., and very learned Ulama. It is a matter of no small pride for a religious leader of this day that persons educated on traditional lines as well as persons educated on modern lines, both types, should become his followers. Surviving the heat of predictions of his death, opposition, and criticism, he cleared his way to reach the highest pinnacle of progress.”
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Happy Birthday to You Mirza Ghulam

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The British Govt. donated 25,000 rupees for the Talim ul Islam High School in Qadian in 1909


We all know how governments fund different programs and etc.  For example, in the USA, ever since Trump took over, he has de-funded all programs that he seems to disagree with and has allocated funds in areas that he agrees with.  In British-India, the british govt. supported all organizations that seemed to support colonialism.  MGA’s father was heavily supported by the British Govt. and was seen as a major ally in the region.  The British govt. always gave MGA a chair in court and always made MGA out to be innocent, even when he was obviously guilty. Even in 1904,  MGA had clearly lost his case in court (the one time a hindu judge heard his case) and was due to be sentenced to prison, however, he made bail and won the case on appeal, since the appeals judge was a Britisher who knew about MGA and the promises that were made to his family.  Moreover, the British governement gave MGA many months of personal security and coverage as MGA toured the Punjab in 1903–1905.

The British government funded the Talim-ul-Islam High School in Qadian and much more
I came across a reference from the book “Nooruddin” by Muhammad Zafrullah Khan, 2nd edition, online edition, 2006.  This book seems to be a summary of the 4-5 books on the life of Nooruddin, those books remain in Urdu and will most likely never be translated, since they are soooo controversial.  Finally, it is strange that Zafrullah Khan gives no reference for this data, anyhow, here is the relevant reference, see pages 201-202

“””The Ta‘limul Islam High School, Qadian was started in January 1898, and was making good
progress. The School and its hostel were both located in the town and were housed unpretentious sunbaked brick structures. In the very beginning of the Khilafat, need had been felt of erecting suitable spacious buildings for the school and hostel, together with a mosque outside the town. An area of fifty acres was acquired and the order of priority was laid down
as mosque, hostel and school. The mosque, named Masjid Nur, was built with funds acquired largely through the devoted efforts of Mir Nasir Nawabra. In the first year of the Khilafat ten thousand rupees were collected for the hostel and a kiln was set up for baking bricks. Thirty thousand more rupees were needed for the hostel building. In May 1909, under the direction of Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra, an appeal for that amount was made to the community by Maulawi
Muhammad ‘Ali, and a committee composed of Sahibzada Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmadra, Dr. Sayyid Muhammad Husainra, Dr. Mirza Ya‘qub Baigra, Khawaja Kamal-ud-Din, Mutfi Muhammad Sadiqra, Shaikh Ya‘qub ‘Ali ‘Irfani and Maulawi Muhammad ‘Ali was appointed for the collection of funds. Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra made a personal contribution of six hundred rupees. In due course, the school building was also constructed, government
having made a grant-in-aid of twenty-five thousand rupees. Some time later a hospital was added through the continued efforts of Mir Nasir Nawab. It was named Nur Hospital. Another of his beneficent projects was the construction of a number of quarters for the indigent. In all this he was supported by Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra with prayers and financial contributions, and was held up by him as an example to others.””””

Talim-ul-Islam College—a historic perspective by Dr. Muhammad Sharif Khan ALDAN, Piladelphia, PA 19018,USA

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Lahori-Ahmadis cannot be declared Non-Muslim per Islamic Law

I have always maintained that Mirza Nasir Ahmad purposely got himself declared Non-Muslim in 1974. Many people disagree with me, however, they haven’t research as deep as me, they haven’t taken into account the newest data from Ahmadis wherein they have admitted to setting up a terrorist attack at the Rabwah train station. Further, the Samdani commission report wasn’t even ready by the time the NA-hearings began. Mirza Nasir Ahmad then had many opportunities to get the NA-hearings published as well as the Samdani Commission report published, however, they purposely refused to do so. Further, the Qadiani branch was declared Non-Muslim based on the fact that they deny Muhammad (Saw) as the final prophet, however, the Lahori-Ahmadis do consider Muhammad (saw) as the final prophet, so why were they also declared Non-Muslim along with all Ahmadi-offshoots? This is a glaring inconsistency and proves that Mirza Nasir Ahmad colluded with Bhutto. What probably happened was that Mirza Nasir Ahmad purposely told Bhutto that he wanted all Ahmadi groups declared as Non-Muslim, not just his sect of Ahmadis, so that was what Bhutto exactly did.
Continue reading “Lahori-Ahmadis cannot be declared Non-Muslim per Islamic Law”

Who is Teechi-Teechi?

Teechi-Teechi was an angel that MGA claims to have seen.  Very strange indeed…

The scan work

In Rohhani Khazain Volume 22 page 346
“””mirza writes on 5 March 1905 I saw in a dream that an angle came to me and he offered me a lot of money. I asked his name he replied there is no name. I asked there must be some name. He replied my name is Teechi Teechi…..
When he asked first time why angel lied that there is no nmae name… If he had no name why he told TEECHI TEECHI”””

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was offering bribes just to get Muhammadi Begum….

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad obsessed over a certain girl, Muhammadi Begum…we have found a quote from Seeratul-Mahdi wherein it is stated that MGA was so desperate to get this girl that he was in talks with the uncle of Muhammadi Begum and offered to bribe him.  See the quote below….this is from the 1888-era…. Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was offering bribes just to get Muhammadi Begum….”

Maulvi Abdul Karim lived exclusively with MGA on the 3rd floor of MGA’s house

MGA knew Maulvi Abdul Karim since his days at Sialkot in the early 1860’s. Further, he knew Nooruddin and Mufti Sadiq and worked for Nooruddin as an employee in Jammu. Nevertheless, when he moved to Qadian in 1891, he lived on the 3rd floor with his wife in MGA’s house. Further, I am sure that his wife, as well as Noorudin’s wife and MGA’s wife all ate together and raised their kids together, hence, there seem to be 20 people living in MGA’s house by 1892.
Here are some names of the main ghost writing team, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali and Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera. Some other people who came independently, yet still joined MGA’s team was Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was also a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, in fact, uptil his job with MGA, he worked for the founder of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, Syed Nazeer Husain from Delhi and Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal. Ahsan Amrohi was an imam under Siddiq Hassan Khan until he died in roughly 1890, he was immediately hired by MGA. Maulvi Muhammad Ali was another, however, he came via Khwaja Kamaluddin and the prominent Ahmadi’s of Lahore.

The Quotes

“”””When in May 1899 Maulana Muhammad Ali arrived in Qadian, the Promised Messiah gave him accommodation on the third storey of his own house. The ground floor was for guests, while he and his family occupied the middle storey. This storey was adjacent to the Masjid-i-Mubarak and there was a hatch from one room into this mosque through which Hazrat Mirza sahib used to enter the mosque. On one side of the same floor lived Maulana Nur-ud-Din. It was above his room, on the third storey, that Hazrat Mirza sahib made space for Maulana Muhammad Ali.

He had a room and a small courtyard. There was a stairway in the room which went down to the Promised Messiah’s courtyard and the other door opened into the small courtyard. The door of the small courtyard opened on the roof of the Masjid-i-Mubarak. This roof was used in the summer for maghrib and isha prayers, and it was here also that Hazrat Mirza sahib used to sit for his evening gatherings. Next to his room was Maulana Abdul Karim’s room, and his courtyard was also adjacent to the roof of the Masjid-i-Mubarak. From the courtyard next to Maulana Muhammad Ali’s room there was a little stairway going down into a tiny room, and this place served as his office. It was in there that he produced those invaluable English writings for the magazine the Review of Religions,whose language was so perfect that it was alleged that the Promised Messiah must be keeping an Englishman to do the writing!””””  (See “A Mighty Striving” aka “Mujahid-e-Kabir”, written by Mr. Muhammad Ahmad and Mr. Mumtaz Ahmad Faruqui, english translation by Mrs. Akhtar Aziz and Dr. Zahid Aziz).  

MGA and his team planned every single move.  They all lived in the same house and hence knew each other closely.  They seem to have concocted the business of Ahmadiyya and launched it and thus made lots of money.

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