I have written about the role of Noorudin in Ahmadiyya development many times in the past. What Ahmadis hate to mention is that Nooruddin’s Ahmadi-sons were forcibly kicked out of Ahmadiyya in the 1950’s, it was a messy divorce. In fact, One of Nooruddin’s sons went on to represent he Lahori-Ahmadi’s in court in 1974, as the Lahori’s presented their case to the famous NA assembly. Nevertheless, Noorudin’s eldest daughter (Amamah or Imamah) was married into the Ghaznavi family, to a son of Abdullah Ghaznavi. This marriage must have happened in the 1880’s, Ahmadiyya sources don’t give a date (“”Hakeem Noor-ud-Deen – Khalifatul Masih I – The Way of the Righteous”” by Syed Hasanat Ahmad see page 40). They had 2 sons and one daughter and seemed to have also moved to Qadian. Amama died mysteriously in 1897 per Ahmadiyya sources, this entire family seems to have also lived with MGA in his mansion. Later on, these children would grow up and challenge their cousins in the Ahrars and the Ahmadiyya conflict their in the 1930’s (See Adil Hussain, “From Sufi-ism to Ahmadiyya”). Ahmadiyya leaders were are connected to Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan also. In fact, the princess of Bhopal was married to Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan and was the single biggest donor towards the failed Braheen e Ahmadiyya series.
Noorudin’s eldest daughter Amama was married off to the son of Abdullah Ghaznavi, his name was Abdul Wahid Al-Ghaznawi. Noorudin’s second daughter (from his first wife) was born in 1874, per Ahmadiyya records. She was married to her cousin Hakeem Mufti Fazlur-Rehman in 1891 when Maulana Hakeem Noor-ud- Deen was the Royal Physician in the State of Jammu. Hakeem Mufti Fazlur-Rehman remained a prominent Ahmadi his whole life. Later on Abdul Wahid Al-Ghaznawi opposed Ahmadiyya vehemently.
1884—-MGA’s nikkah of 1884 was led by a Wahabi
When MGA married Nusrat Jehan Begum, he had a Wahabi mullah read the Nikkah. It was the famous Ahl-e-Hadith imam Syed Nazir Hussain, who was one of the founders. In fact, Syed Nazir Hussain was the foremost Ahl-e-Hadith scholar of India.
MGA and Noorudin break away from the Ahl-e-Hadith sect and create their own sect, Ahmadiyya.
Per Adil Hussain, in his book, “Sufiism to Ahmadiyya”, he tells us that Maulana Muhammad Da’ud Ghaznavi, a son of of the Abdullah Ghaznavi was one of the most dedicated members of the Ahrar’s, as they clashed with Ahmadi’s in this era. Muhammad Ismail Ghaznavi seems to have been raised as an Ahmadi in Qadian. He was sent by the Khalifa during his tenure as Kashmir Committee president to negotiate with his uncle, Muhammad Ismaeel Ghaznawi is mentioned in many books and other journalistic sources in connection with his involvement in the Kashmir Committee on the Ahmadi side during the conflict with the Ahraar.
The Wahabis of Saudi Arabia and their connection with Ahmadiyya
According to this article Abdul Aziz ibn Saud also married from this Ghaznwi family:
Upal states that Noorudin was a Wahhabi type of Mullah
In a technical manner, Upal has revealed new data from the British-India era which easily indicates that Noorudin was in-fact a Wahhabi, just like MGA, just like Batalvi and all of MGA’s close friends in that era, even MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab.
“””Some Ahl-e- Hadith Muslims, such as Moulavi Nur-ud-Din, who were able to justify Ahmad’s claim about Jesus’ death on the grounds that that had been the true teaching of Islam all along and that belief in Jesus being alive in heaven had been a distortion of the true teachings of Islam. They were able to justify and make their Muslim identity coherent with the claim that Jesus was dead. The new identity of “true Muslim” that they had created as a result of this elaboration process was perfectly coherent with a belief in a dead Jesus (indeed “it demanded it”, as Ahmad put it).”””(See Upal)
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