Intro

He was the Ahmadi who accused Mahmud Ahmad of sex crimes in Qadian in the 1930’s. His father was Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri, who was a high-ranking Qadiani-Ahmadi in those days, in fact, he would sometimes serve as in-charge of Qadian when the Khalifa would be out of town.  After leaving Qadian with his entire family, his father was hired by the Lahori-Ahmadis to serve as an Imam and etc.

Fakhruddin Multani was murdered in-front of Bashir Ahmad Misri’s eyes

“On 6th August 1937, Khalifa Saheb delivered his last sermon on Friday in which his followers and warriors were roused pointing towards these persons (Multani, Bashir Masri etc.). The very next day on Saturday 7 August, around 4.30 pm at the time of Asr prayers Maulana Fakhruddin Saheb Multani, Hakeem Abdul Aziz Saheb and Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Masri Saheb (son of Shaikh Abdur Rehman Masri), all three were going towards police station, about 100 yards from the police station they were attacked by a sharp-edged weapon. This sharp-edged weapon went through the rib cage of Fakhruddin Saheb Multani and punctured his lung. Then Hakeem Abdul Aziz Saheb also received serious wounds on the mouth and cheeks through the same weapon.” (Pope of Rabwa p.52 by Mohammed Mazharuddin Multani)

Fakhruddin Multani was attacked in broad daylight and he was lying bleeding wriggling with pain at the gate of Khalifa’s Palace, but no one dared to attend him. Later some Muslims from Majlis-e-Ahrar (a Muslim organization dedicated to exposing the fraud of Ahmadiyyat) heard the news and they came and took the injured persons to Gurdaspur Hospital. Fakhruddin Multani died in the hospital on 13th August 1937. Amongst the 1000 Ahmadis living around the scene of crime, none could find the courage to give evidence against the culprits. Dr. Gurbakhsh Singh MBBS had his clinic in the same bazaar and he was an eyewitness of this incident. Although he was given lot of financial enticement, but the glitter of money could him stop him from giving evidence of the truth. Upon his evidence, Aziz Ahmad Qadiani was given capital punishment. Mirza Mehmud, 2nd Khalifa, offered his funeral prayer with great pomp, and labeled him a martyr of Ahmadiyyat. (Pope of Rabwa p.52 by Mohammed Mazharuddin Multani)

However, Bashir Ahmad Misri would eventually become a Sunni-Muslim and would become an Imam.  Later on, in the 1960’s, he was able to get the Lahori-Ahmadis to hire him as an Imam at the famous Woking Mosque.  Bashir Ahmad Misri worked behind the scenes as Imam and was able to snatch control from the Lahori-Ahmadis and handing over control of the mosque to local Sunni leaders.  This broke Lahorism, the Lahori-Ahmadis never recovered and have been withering away ever since, further, there weren’t many Lahori-Ahmadis in the world at that point anyway, I estimate 5–10,000 .  However, the Lahori-Ahmadis had control of mosques, they even built the first ever mosque in Germany.

The irony here, is that as Bashir Ahmad Misri’s father was serving as an Imam for the Lahori-Ahmadis in Pakistan, his son was snatching and destroying the Lahori-Ahmadis altogether.

Bashir Ahmad Misri also edited the Lahori-Ahmadi newspaper, the light, see here: http://www.wokingmuslim.org/work/islamic-review/isrevconts-1968.pdf

See here—https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/basheer-uddin-mahmud-ahmad-was-accused-of-immoral-behavior-at-qadian-1938-he-calls-it-normal/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/bashir-ahmad-misri-and-ahmadiyya/

https://www.scribd.com/document/32363091/Qubooliyat-Challenge-Mubahla-by-Hafiz-Bashir-Ahmad-Misri

http://ahmedi.org/eng-articles/misrimubahila.html

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“””Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri was born in 1914 in India where he graduated with a B.A. (Hons.) degree in Arabic. He also attended the Faculty of Arabic in Cairo and qualified in Journalism in England.

During his 20 years stay in East Africa, he was the Headmaster of the largest Secondary school there, and also held secretarial and presidential posts on religious, social and educational organizations among African, Asian and European communities.

In 1961 he settled in England and for six years was Joint-Editor of the monthly magazine – The Islamic Review. In 1964, he was the first Sunni Muslim to be appointed as the Imaam of the Shah Jehan Mosque in Woking. This was a Qadiani/Ahmadi controlled mosque whose present status is not known to us.

Brother Basheer Ahmad is well-known in the U.K. for his lectures, radio broadcasts and published articles, and it is hoped that his views and personal experiences set out in the following pages will serve as an eye-opener for all Muslims – especially those who are prone to be allured into such religious frauds as Qadianees or Mirzaees.”””

See here—-http://www.irshad.org/brochures/bane.php