Firstly, the prophecy about the death of Ahmad Baig (Beg) failed, it was originally for 4 1/2 months, however, Ahmad Baig was still alive, in fact, he died a few weeks after the prophecy expired. In later editions of this same book, Ahmadiyya editors have changed this prophecy to 6 months and thus claim it was fulfilled, we have however, found the first edition of “Aina Kamalat-e-Islam”. MGA thus lusted and stalked his niece (Muhammadi Begum) for 20 years+, we have found what seems to be his final utterance on this topic. In fact, in the Urdu-ROR of June and July of 1908, Noorudin made many excuses as to why MGA didn’t marry his niece, since it was a glaring false prophecy. However, MGA was calling this marriage as “TAQDIR E MUBRAM” which means the fate that is inevitable, MGA made these claims in announcements and etc, however, Ahmadi’s normally ignore all of this. In 1888, MGA was trying to bribe people to help him get Muhammadi Begum. Muhammadi Begum eventually married and lived happily ever after. However, MGA kept asserting that her husband would be killed and thus, the girl would be married to MGA. Mirza Sultan Muhammad (the husband of Muhammadi Begum) even served in the British military during WW-1 and was shot, however, he lived on. Ahmadi’s even went to the extent of falsifying lies about Mirza Sultan Muhammad, they asserted that he respected MGA and was afraid and etc, however, these are all lies. Nevertheless, Muhammadi Begum and Mirza Sultan Muhammad had 5 children. Muhammadi Begum’s son, Mirza Ishaq did convert to Ahmadiyya (per Ahmadiyya sources only), his mom and dad lived together with him in an extended family situation after partition. They seem to have lived until 1965 in Pakistan, wherein Muhammadi finally died, she was roughly 90 years old, which means that she was born in roughly 1875.
It all started with the announcements of July 1888
Shortly after MGA’s cousins gave MGA’s private letters to Christians and had them published in newspapers, MGA published his own announcement vs. Mirza Ahmad Baig and his other family.
MGA mentions the Muhammadi Begum and Mirza Ahmad Baig prophecy in his book Izala Auham.
By way of prophecy the Exalted God revealed it to this humble one that ultimately the elder daughter of Mirza Ahmad Beg, son of Mirza Ghulam Beg of Hoshiarpur would be married to me. These people would resort to great hostility and would place obstacles in the way, but in the end, it would surely take place. The Exalted God would, by all possible means, bring her to me, whether as a virgin or a widow, and would remove all impediments, and would, of necessity, fulfil this task, and none would be able to prevent it. (Izala Auham, p. 198.)
1893 in a book called Hujjatullah
We found this interesting quote from the ahmadi.answers website, however, we haven’t found it in the new english online version of the book.
“And when Ahmad Baig died the back of his widowed wife and remaining relatives was broken as it were. They became focussed on prayer and supplication. As we have heard that the mother of Ahmad Baig’s son in law has still not come to terms with this shock.” (Hujjatullah, Page 11)
In September 1894, when the period of two and a half years expired within which whoever married Muhammadi Begum was to have died according to the prophecy, Hazrat Mirza sahib wrote in a published announcement:
“”””See all this evidence [i.e. their repentance] I became sure that the date of death of Sultan Muhammad could not be maintained because such dates, which are among the type of signs which convey fear and warning, are always an avertable fate. Sultan Muhammad and his relatives were guilty of committing the sin that, although I let them know very clearly through other persons and through letters that this prophecy was from God the Most High for a rebellious people, and they should not take their side and needlessly become deservant of punishment, but because they also were hardhearted and materialistic they did not accept this, and they mocked and ridiculed and through their audacity they did not turn away from entering into the marriage. … But the death of Ahmad Beg broke their backs, and this was why they sent me letters of apology and regret. As they were struck by fear and terror in their hearts, it was essential that God the Most High, according to His ancient way, pospone the date of punishment to some later time, that is, to the time when those people again turn back fully to their state of audacity, arrogance and neglect, because the date of punishment is an avertable fate which is moved to another time if fear and turning to God is displayed, as is proved by the whole of the Quran.”””””(Public Announcement dated 6 September 1894; Majmu`a Ishtiharat, 1986 edition, vol. 2, pages 42-43)
“”””But the essence of the prophecy, that this woman will enter into marriage with me, is an absolute fate which cannot at all be averted … So after these days, when God the Most High sees thatthese people’s hearts have hardened, and they have not valued the few days of respite and relaxation given to them, then He will turn to the fulfilment of the prophecy of His holy word.””””” (ibid.,page 43)
1897 in Anjam e Athim
“””I have in earlier announcements mentioned some of the letters which reached me from these people [relatives of Muhammadi Begum], expressing repentance, fear and turning to truth. If this principle is not true according to the Quran and the Bible that the period specified in a prophecy of threatened punishment can be delayed, then the objection of every critic is right and justified. But if from the Quran and the Bible it is repeatedly proved that the time of punishment can be postponed if repentance and fear is shown then it is the height of dishonesty for anyone calling himself a Muslim or a Christian to object to this which is proved from the Holy Quran and earlier scriptures….
The matter can be easily decided. Persuade Sultan Muhammad to publish an announcement charging me with falsehood. Then if he should survive whatever term is appointed by God the Most High, I may be condemned as a liar. … It is essential that the threatened death be withheld from him until that time comes which makes him bold and audacious. If you want to make it come quickly, then go and embolden him and make him a denier and bring an announcement from him, and then see the spectacle of Divine power.””” (Anjam Atham, pp. 29 and 32).
1. On 7 April 1892, Mirza Ahmad Baig married his daughter Muhammadi Begum to Mirza Sultan Muhammad
2. Mirza Ahmad Baig, the father of Muhammadi Begum, did not benefit from the condition of repentance which was present in the prophecy. He died on 30 September 1892, exactly 5 months and 24 days after the marriage of Muhammadi Begum to Mirza Sultan Muhammad. He therefore fulfilled the word “Yamutu” that one man shall die
3. Mirza Sultan Ahmad decided to repent and benefited from the condition of repentance and further fulfilled the prophecy of “Yamutu” that only one man would die, rather than both
4. Since Sultan Muhammad repented, and as such did not die, Muhammadi Begum also did not become a widow
5. Since Muhammadi Begum did not become a widow, she did not marry Hadhrat Ahmad(as).
(Anjam-e-Atham, Page 216)
In 1901, MGA talking about Muhammadi Begum
“”””It is true that that woman has not been married to me. But she will certainly be married to me as has been stated in the prophecy. She has been married to Sultan Muhammad, I, say truly that in this court (i. e. the world) where people have laughed at things which were not from me, but from God, a time will come when the events will take a strange turn and the heads of all will be downcast with remorse.
The woman is still alive. She will inevitably come to my wedlock. I expect this to happen, rather, I have full faith in this. These are divinely-ordained matters and are bound to-occur. (Al-Hakam, 10 August 1901, also cited in Qadiani Mazhab and Tahqiq-i-Lathani)
The scan work
1905, MGA talking about Muhammadi, scans
See “Haqiqatul Wahy” or “Reality of Revelation” (1907), pages 233-234
“”””As for Ahmad Baig’s son-in-law, I have pointed out again and again, as well, that this prophecy, too, was conditional. The wording of the condition, already published in my announcements, was as follows:
These are revealed words and the addressee therein is the maternal grandmother of the woman with whom the prophecy is concerned. Once at Hoshiarpur I read out this revelation to a member of Maulawi ‘Abdullah’s children. Perhaps the person’s name was ‘Abdur-Rahim or ‘Abdul-Wahid. The translation of these revealed words is: ‘Woman, be penitent, be penitent, for the calamity is about to befall your daughter and the daughter’s daughter.’ This prophecy contained a warning regarding Ahmad Baig and his son-in-law. Accordingly, Ahmad Baig died within the [stipulated] time frame1٭ and that woman’s daughter was overtaken by the calamity for she was Ahmad Baig’s wife and her relatives were overwhelmed by great fear due to the death of Ahmad Baig; so much so that some of them even wrote letters to me with humility and earnestness requesting prayer. God, therefore, on account of that fear, and so much humility and earnestness of theirs, delayed the fulfilment of the prophecy.””””
Footnote by MGA–It is surprising that those who repeatedly talk of Ahmad Baig’s son-in-law never mention that a part of this prophecy has already been fulfilled, because Ahmad Baig had died within the prescribed time frame. Had they even an ounce of honesty, they would have admitted that of the two parts of the prophecy, one part had been fulfilled and of the two legs, one had been broken. But bigotry is a strange curse that does not allow the word of justice to
utter forth from the tongue! (Author)
The scan work
Other quotes from Haqiqatul Wahy about Ahmad Baig and the Muhammadi Begum prophecy
Also see pages 220, 233, 237, 280, 492, 576, 577, 696, 697, 710, and 715.
When MGA died, Nooruddin commented…
Now, I would like to remind all the Muslims who have had and still have faith in the Noble Qur’an that since those addressed in it include also their offsprings, successors and those like them, then, can this prophecy not include the daughter, of Ahmad Beg, or the daughter of that daughter ? Does your law of inheritance not apply the regulations regarding daughters to their daughters ? And are the offsprings of the Mirza not his agnates ? I had often told dear Mian Mahmood (Mian Bashiruddin Mahmood, a son of the Mirza and the second head of the Qadiani movement after Hakim Nuruddin. ) that even if the Mirza were to die and this girl did hot enter into his wedlock, my adoration of him would remain unshaken. (Review of Religions, Vol. VII, no. 726, June and July, 1908, p. 279 (cited from Qadiani Mazhab).
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