April 2018

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wanted all humans who reject him to die!!!!!!!!!!!!

We have written about this before.  Hani Tahir has beautifully explained how MGA and his team prayed for the death of all of their opponents, and also called people names like “bitches” and etc.  MGA also prayed to his GOD that plague would kill on everyone on Earth and etc etc…

The evidence
1. Mirza Sahib wished for a Plague to spread in India. He wrote: “When there was no sign of the plague in Mumbai, I prayed for its inception and it took place. I mentioned this nine years ago in my book “Hamatul Bushra”, in a verse of the poem “And when immorality poured in abundance, I wished for a destructive plague”….i.e. when immorality spread, I prayed for the spreading of the plague. (Nozool Messiah, page 152)

2. He sees that the atrocities of the world are for him. He wrote: “One day, I decided to pray due to the extremity of the heat, so a thought came to my mind instantly, and that is that God does this for my sake. For if the plague was to be eradicated one day, and the earthquakes stopped, and if fruits were to become ripe again, the people will go back to slandering me. God says I will show your truth in strong clanks. These are his clanks, so why should I pray for it to cease? Our contentment is not associated with the contentment of the world, for everything that happens, is in our favour. (Badr volume 1, number 20, page 4-3, 17/08/1905)

3. He curses frequently. He wrote 11 pages of curses (by hand, totalling a thousand on paper) towards a Christian, and wrote many more tens of curses (by hand) to other muslims and hindu opponents. (Noorulhaq, pages 98-108)

4. He divorced his wife, and excommunicated his son for attending the marriage of a girl he wanted to marry. She was 12 years when he asked for her hand, while he was 52 years. (annoncment in 2/6/1891, vol 1)

5. He believes in killing apostates. He wrote: whoever among the muslims believes that the prophet (pbuh) committed a wrongful act, he is a disbeliever, and an atheist, and deserves the shariah ruling [Islamic punishment, i.e. death](Miraat Kamalat Islam, P108)

6. He mentioned a story pertaining to Abu Bakr burning those who did not pay the zakat, and endorsed it. (Sirrulkhilafa, P93)

7. He used to insult other religions and religious people. Here are some examples. He wrote about the christian Abdullah Atham: “He ceased at once from authoring books to defend the filthy teachings of Christianity, which he was preoccupied with.” (Anjam Atham, Page 13)

8. He wrote: Christianity occupies the first place in the whole world in dishonesty, those who did not even hesitate to treason in the divine books themselves; they also fabricated hundreds of false books, how can any noble person accept their words as prosecutors?” (Announcement at the end of 1892, No. 126, Announcements, Vol1)

9. He said while criticizing a person named “Charag Deen” who announced that he would reconcile Christianity and Islam: “We have no accord with Christianity, because it is all evil and wrong … How can we reconcile (with the Christians) while our religion and our holy book consider the entire Christianity to be filthy and evil?… Woe! He (Charag Deen) considered the disgusting Christianity in the same degree with Islam”. (Announcement dated 23/04/1902, Announcements, Vol2)

10. He wrote”: “By God, only we the (Muslims) are well settled on a very strong and high beacon, and everyone else is under our feet”. (Haqiqatul Wahi, Page 312)

11. He was insulting and degrading in his language. He said after mentioning his books he wrote before 1893: “Those books are seen by every Muslim with an eye of love and affection and they benefit from its knowledge, and accept me and believe in my claim, except the offspring of the prostitutes who God has set a seal on their hearts, they do not accept me.” (Altabligh, Page 100)

12. He addressed a Shiekh (Muslim) by saying: “By God, I won’t be considered a brave man in the Battlefield, if I don’t repeatedly Launch attacks on you, you son of a bitch (prostitute)”. (Minanu Alrahman, Page 57)

13. His hate towards other religions led him to say: “Some wicked sheikhs, who are of the ‘Jews nature’ (he means: Wicked or malicious), say to cover up the truth…those who conceal the truth and the justice testimony, because of their self-interests and desires; are in fact more filthy and disgusting. “O ye sheikh… Do not lie and do not eat the filth eaten by Christians”. (Anjam Atham, Page 193)

14. He said: “and the head of the impostors “Abdulhaq al-Ghaznawi” and his entire group, May God curse them a million times. He says in his filthy declaration with the utmost determination that this prophecy also was not fulfilled, O ye filthy impostor, that prophecy has been fulfilled indeed, but it is your fanaticism that makes you blind”. (Anjam Atham, Page 229)

15. He said “We also see it necessary at the end of this article to show that on contrary side of these dirty filthy impure people, who are determined to consider me an imposter (& non-Muslim), a lot of people have seen the holy prophet in dreams ….”. (Anjam Atham, Page 244)


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Who is Shaikh Rahmatullah? The famous Lahori-Ahmadi


This is a biographical entry on a close companion of MGA. The entire entry is taken from here: The original PDF is also posted sh-rahmatullah.
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The Ahmadiyya in the Gold Coast Muslim Cosmopolitans in the British Empire John H. Hanson

We are always reading and presenting new research on Ahmadiyya.  We have found a new book on Ahmadiyya and have presented in the below.

See all of our research on Ahmadiyya in Africa here:

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, a global movement with more than half a million Ghanaian members, runs an extensive network of English-language schools and medical facilities in Ghana today. Founded in South Asia in 1889, the Ahmadiyya arrived in Ghana when a small coastal community invited an Ahmadiyya missionary to visit in 1921. Why did this invitation arise and how did the Ahmadiyya become such a vibrant religious community? John H. Hanson places the early history of the Ahmadiyya into the religious and cultural transformations of the British Gold Coast (colonial Ghana). Beginning with accounts of the visions of the African Methodist Binyameen Sam, Hanson reveals how Sam established a Muslim community in a coastal context dominated by indigenous expressions and Christian missions. Hanson also illuminates the Islamic networks that connected this small Muslim community through London to British India. African Ahmadi Muslims, working with a few South Asian Ahmadiyya missionaries, spread the Ahmadiyya’s theological message and educational ethos with zeal and effectiveness. This is a global story of religious engagement, modernity, and cultural transformations arising at the dawn of independence.

Author bio
John H. Hanson is Associate Professor of History at Indiana University, where he is also Director of the Africa Studies Program. He is author of Migration, Jihad, and Muslim Authority in West Africa: The Futanke Colonies in Karta and editor (with Maria Grosz-Ngaté and Patrick O’Meara) of Africa. He is also an editor of History in Africa: A Journal of Method.


“A nuanced argument for the unusual development of a South Asian Muslim reform movement, born in the complex religious environment of British colonialism, taking root in a completely different setting in Gold Coast, today’s Ghana. It will have considerable appeal for African, world and imperial history, for religious studies, and for those dealing with questions of modernity.”
— David Robinson, author of Muslim Societies in African History

“A significant history of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in what is now Ghana that reconstructs its history and also places it in the context of wider geographical movements by people and ideas, including the history of religious change in British India, the role of travel with the empire in disseminating new ideas and practices, and the trans-national and trans-regional history of a religious movement.”
— Sandra E. Greene, author of Slave Owners of West Africa

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements
Note on Terminology and Spelling
List of Abbreviations
Section 1: Preparing the Way in the Gold Coast
1. The Hausa Force and the Religious Marketplace in the Fante States
2. Binyameen Sam’s Fante Muslim Community
Section 2: Ahmadiyya Genesis and Expansion to London and Lagos
3. The Genesis of the Ahmadiyya in British India
4. Ahmadiyya Expansion to London and Lagos
Section 3: Ahmadiyya Arrival and Consolidation in the Gold Coast
5. Ahmadiyya Arrival in the Gold Coast
6. Ahmadiyya Consolidation in the Gold Coast
7. Ahmadiyya Expansion to Asante
8. Ahmadiyya Expansion to Wa

Book data


Dr Basharat Ahmad Reads Haqiqat-Ul-Wahy

Dr. Basharat Ahmad wrote the famous “Mujadid-e-Azam” which gives many facts about the life of MGA, he was also the father-in-law of Muhammad Ali, circa 1909, after Muhammad Ali’s first wife died.  Both of these guys went on to become Lahori-Ahmadi’s.  In this story, we have an extract from an Ahmadi newspaper wherein Dr. Basharat Ahmad gives his comments on MGA’s “Haqiqatul Wahy”.  We are unsure about the supplement to this book and when that was specifically published.

The quote

As the Promised Messiah’s book Haqiqat-ul-Wahy was published in May 1907, mention of it is found in the Ahmadiyya newspapers around that date. In Badr, 8 August 1907, a letter by Dr Basharat Ahmad to Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is printed under the title Haqiqat-ul-Wahy. The letters runs as follows:

“Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu-hu!

This servant has been busy in reading Haqiqat-ul-Wahy in recent days and finished it in 15 to 20 days, reading it very carefully by the grace of God. I read the most wonderful secrets of knowledge and my faith was refreshed by ever newer signs. You, sir, have conclusively proved the arguments to the opponents to the highest degree. If they don’t accept them even now, then they are like the bat which does not see the sun on a bright day. You, sir, have made the sun of clear evidences and irrefutable arguments to rise. Now the opponent Maulvis have nothing left but obduracy and prejudice. Signs are pouring down like rain. If a man has the least spiritual taste and faith, he will find an ocean of Divine signs flowing by your hand, sir. But the fact is that the inner nature of these opponent Maulvis has become distorted due to their vehemence, prejudice and ignorance. Otherwise, for men of spiritual taste and faith there are more than enough signs.”




What was the occupation of the Promised Messiah? by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (1912)

We have come across some new data in terms of Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, the prophethood of MGA and Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad‘s matriculation exam of 1905.  On the front page of Badr, 19 September 1912, there is an article by the editor Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (later a prominent missionary of the Qadiani Jama`at) entitled: What was the occupation of the Promised Messiah?

Translation of the scan 

He writes:

On 18th January 1905 when I was headmaster in Qadian I wrote a note to the Promised Messiah which is reproduced below along with his reply. It is hoped it will be of interest to readers.

The Note

To the holy Hazrat, our leader and our Mahdi, the Promised Messiah.

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu

The name of Mian Mahmud Ahmad will today be sent forward for the examinations. The form that has to be filled has a space asking, What is the occupation of the boy’s father? I have written in it the word nubuwwat [prophethood].

… [Rest of note omitted in this translation as it is about some medical advice, see image for full text]…

Your most humble servant, Muhammad Sadiq,

18th January 1905

The reply

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu

Nubuwwat is not an occupation. Please write that he is the leader and Imam of the Ahmadiyya sect which numbers about 300,000. The occupation is the reform of the people.

Ghulam Ahmad.

So in that form I wrote in English as follows the occupation of the Hazrat:

National Reformation and Leadership of Ahmadiyya Sect (300,000 members)

The scan


Mirza Ghulam Ahmad favored the children of rich-chanda-heavy-giving-Ahmadi’s over the poor ones

We have recovered yet another story from the infamous “Zikr-e-Habib” book that was written by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq over 80 years ago. In this story, MGA shows his true habits and his true purpose, i.e. to favor Ahmadi’s that give excessive amounts chanda (charity) over those who were poor. This is the story of Shaikh Rahmatullah, who paid to get the Bait-ud-Dua built all by himself in 1903. MGA favored him and his son. Interestingly, in 1914, he became a Lahori-Ahmadi and shunned the Mirza family.

The story
ZIKR E HABIB PAGE 85 under the caption 
“”””Once while playing in the house of Huzur (MGQ), Children had a quarrel. The son of Ghulam Hussain Owen man, (a poor), has uttered obnoxious word for the Son of Shaikh Rehmatullah 
(a rich man and a big chanda payer). The son of Shaikh sb complained to hazrat sahib (MGQ). Hazrat Sahib punished the son of Ghulam Hussain, the Roti baker, with few slaps on his face. Wife of Ghulam Hussain could not control his emotions, she expressed her anger against this act of Hazrat Sahib (MGQ) before husband in objectionable manners. HAZRAT sahib (MGQ), ordered Ghulam Hussain to immediately leave the Qadian with family. He remained out of Qadian for two years before his apology was accepted and he was allowed to return.”””

The scans

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In 1897, MGA and his team claimed to have 8000 Ahmadi’s in his ranks

Hani Tahir has explained this already. MGA was lying about the amount of Ahmadi’s. Just a year before this, MGA admitted to only having 313 Ahmadi men with him. Just a year later, MGA claims to have gotten 7700 converts to #Ahmadiyya, which is a farce. Read our essay wherein we give all the Ahmadiyya census numbers.
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Who is Hafiz Raushan Ali?


We continue to collect information on MGA and his team of writers, speakers, and salaat-leaders. He seems to have been yet another student of Maulvi Noorudin. His maternal uncle was Hafiz Ghulam Rasul. He seems to have been from Wazirabad. Other top students were Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali and Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera.

He was heavily involved in the split and is mentioned 5+ times in the Khalifa’s book, “Aenas Sadaqat” (1921), he even delivered a speech about the prophethood of MGA at the 1919 Jalsa.

Two of his famous students were Maulana J.D. Shams and Maulana Abul Atta. He died in 1929, he seems to have been born 1879, since the Lahori-Ahmadi’s claim he was just over 50 when he died.
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Mirza Masroor Ahmad’s election to Khalifa in 2003


Recently, Ahmadiyya INC re-opened an old newspaper Al-Hakam.  This newspaper had stopped published for a long time, in fact, the re-opening of it is some part of a newer marketing push by Ahmadiyya INC.

In a recent edition, Mirza Masroor Ahmad appears to open up about his election process.  However, he lies about the entire thing.  Need proof?

1.  Mirza Masroor Ahmad purposely didn’t give the name of the other people who were nominated.

2.  Mirza Masroor Ahmad purposely didn’t give the amount of votes and etc.

The testimony of Mirza Masroor Ahmad

Time and Tide Waited for One

Huzooraa Narrates a Momentous Series of Events

Asif M Basit, London


The days that ensued the demise of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrt and before the Election of the Fifth Khalifa were turbulent days for the entire Jamaat. A lot has been said and written about that time and its sensitivity, but we always remained curious to know what Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmadaa went through. 15 years have passed in this curiosity but thanks to Al Hakam that enabled me to muster up the courage to ask.

A few days ago, in a blessed moment, I enquired about this from Huzooraa and Huzooraa most graciously shed light on it. I have no claim or experience of speedwriting, but Allah enabled me to jot down every word that Huzooraa said in reply. Below, is the translation of the original Urdu narration of events by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih Vaa.

Hazrat Sahibzada Mirza Masroor Ahmad, prior to Khilafat

“I arrived home from my office to be told by my wife that Miyan Luqman had called from London to say that Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrt had passed away. I immediately called Dr. Nuri sahib who was in London at the time, as a medical advisor to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrt. He confirmed the devastating news.

This news came as a great shock. The sorrow was overwhelming, but the sensitivity of the situation demanded complete control of emotions as it was a testing time for the entire Jamaat. As Nazir-e-Ala [Chief Secretary], it was my responsibility to organise the series of events that would follow and oversee them.

I called the Private Secretary in London who, I realised, was then unaware of the situation. I asked him to gather all the details and send them to me as soon as possible.

In the meantime, I called a meeting of the Ulia Committee, which comprised the key officials of Jamaat bodies, like Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya and Tehrik-e-Jadid etc. I gave instructions in the wake of the emergency situation. I also had to ensure that visas were up to date and that there were travel arrangements for members of the Electoral College; those whose visas had expired, I ensured that they were given visas as quickly as possible.

In the meantime, I received the details of the time and cause of Huzoor’srt demise from the Private Secretary. I conveyed these to Miyan Ahmad sahib [the late Sahibzada Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib] along with instructions on drafting an announcement to inform the Jamaats around the world. He brought back to me the draft for approval, which was then sent out to all Jamaats and also broadcast on MTA. I had already instructed Sultan Mahmood Anwar sahib to make a formal announcement after the Asr prayer in Masjid Mubarak.

That time was a test of patience. On one hand, there was the grief of Huzoor’srt demise and on the other, the responsibility of fulfilling a crucial duty that had been entrusted to me by Huzoorrt: the duty of supervising the arrangements of Intikhab-e-Khilafat [election of the new Khalifa].

With these mixed emotions, I headed home to prepare for my flight to London. The preparation, by the way, was nothing more than grabbing a few clothes alongside my travel documents and setting off for departure.

As visas were still being processed for a few members of the Electoral College, it was decided that the members be split into two convoys: one to fly on the same day and the other to leave the following day once the visas had been acquired.

In the first convoy were Miyan Khurshid sahib [the late Sahibzada Mirza Khurshid Ahmad sahib], Miyan Ahmad sahib [the late Sahibzada Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib], Miyan Anas Ahmad sahib and myself; we were fourteen members altogether. We set off from Rabwah to Lahore where we were to catch the flight. There was a short transit in Abu Dhabi from where we boarded the London bound flight.

I had already given instructions from Rabwah about washing and shrouding the body. When we arrived in London, the body had been washed, shrouded and placed in a casket and Huzoorrt was laid in state in Mahmood Hall for members of the Jamaat to pay their respects. I, too, initially paid my respects here in Mahmood Hall. The way one feels upon seeing their Imam in that situation cannot be described in words. But you can imagine; so, imagine what my feelings were in that moment.

By then, it was time for Namaz [prayers], so we offered Namaz in the Fazl Mosque. Now, Huzoor’srt body had been moved to a room adjacent to Mahmood Hall. I went to that room. A strange moment that was; in the room was Huzoorrt, myself and absolute silence. It was a surreal setting. I stayed there, at Huzoor’srt side, for quite some time, praying for Huzoorrt.

Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrt, had issued a set of instructions well before his demise, for such an emergency situation. One clause was that before the arrival of Nazir-e-Ala in London, Amir Jamaat UK would be Additional Nazir-e-Ala to oversee necessary arrangements in the meantime. Upon arrival, I took charge from Amir sahib UK and commenced the process for convening the Electoral College, the funeral and the burial etc. Time was short; a lot had to be done and every task required full care and attention.

By the sheer blessings of Allah, everything was organised in good time. I felt at peace that I had fulfilled my duty. Every moment was spent praying that Allah granted the Jamaat a new Khalifa, and that I and every member of the Jamaat were able to obey the new Khalifa; every moment was spent praying that Allah may keep the Jamaat united.

This state is, indeed, a state of fear. So of course, there was fear. But there was also firm faith in Allah’s promise that He would replace this state of fear with security. Thus, I was under the strong belief that Allah would grant the Jamaat a new Khalifa and that our fears would be replaced with peace.

Then came the time for the Election. As a member, I also entered the Fazl Mosque that was full with members of the Electoral College. I stood near the shoes with Chaudhry Hameedullah sahib for a while. Chaudhry sahib, as the senior-most official of the Jamaat, was to preside over the Election, so when he was called to the front, I sat where I was stood, at the back of the Mosque.

The aura of the gathering was such that I did not have the courage to peer up and glance around nor did my conscience permit; a fragile time as it was. Thus, I sat with my gaze down. When my name was presented, I felt instant fear, so I lowered my head.

When the votes were counted and the announcement made, I was confident that there must have been a mistake in the count. What happened after this made me tremble; there was no choice but to accept the decree of God. The Bai‘at and silent prayer followed.

How I felt in that moment, the whole world saw on MTA. It was as if the weight of a mountain had been placed on my shoulders.

It was midnight or even past midnight when I got to [my residence at number] 41, Guest House. There, in my room was I, the darkness of the night and the blessings of my God.

Moments after the Election of Khalifatul Masih V

Huzooraa paused here. Having heard this directly from Huzooraa, I was enchanted and did not know how to ask for more details. But in that precious moment, I felt that I owed more to the readers of Al Hakam and so, built the courage to gather more pearls. “What thoughts had crossed your mind, leaving Rabwah, Huzoor?” Our beloved master, in his humility, replied in a low tone:

“There was so much to be done before my departure that I did not have much else on my mind. However, I had said to my wife that on the seventh day after the Election, I would seek permission from the new Khalifa to return. I was also mentally prepared that the new Khalifatul Masih might not assign me the same responsibility I had. But I pledged to myself that whatever responsibilities were assigned to me, I would perform them wholeheartedly and then return.”

I thought that this was it. But my master probably sensed my curiosity.

“Is that it? What else did you want to hear?”

He said this with great affection; the affection that produces valour. I asked, “Your life must have drastically changed after becoming Khalifa. How does it feel?” The reply was simple but enlightening.

“That moment was a ‘U-turn’ in my life. What I had left behind, remained there and where I am heading to is, by Allah’s will, in constant motion. I was a free man, fond of sowing seeds and harvesting crops – a simple farmer. Then I was appointed as Nazir-e-Ala, and from then on, I had to perform administrative responsibilities. Then, Allah entrusted me with this responsibility.”

As I walked out of Huzoor’saa office, I was spellbound. Before my very eyes were the crops that had yielded out of the seeds sown by this great Khalifa, which he continues to sow. May Allah keep these crops forever waving with the winds of His Mercy, and may the farmer of these crops live long. Amin.


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