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July 2018

Maulana Nur-ud-Din’s visit to Lahore, June 1912

Dear readers, there was lots of turmoil in the Ahmadiyya Movement from 1909–1914. We have found data from the Khalifa’s trip to Lahore in 1912. It should be understood that the Khalifa only had one leg by this time and must have been carried on his charpai all the way to Lahore.  Nooruddin made some interesting comments in this era. Make sure you read the related essays. There is another essay that is similar herein. The ROR of Sep-1937 has translations of Noorudin’s speeches, they quote the Al-Badr of July 11, 1912, the Al-Badr of Jan. 21, 1912 and Oct 21, 1909. In the below, you will see references to the Al-Badr, June 27, 1912, July 4th, 1912,
July 11, 1912. And one reference to the Al-Hakam of 21-28 June, 1912.
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“Kashful-Ikhtilaf” by Maulvi Sayyed Sarwar Shah (published February 1920), free download

Dear readers, we have obtained a rare book in the history of Ahmadiyya.  It’s called “Kashful-Ikhtilaf” by Maulvi Sayyed Sarwar Shah (published February 1920).  This is a book wherein two letters of Muhammad Sarwar shah are presented which explain the true account of the split.

Free download
Al Kushful Ikhtilaaf

Kashf-ul-Ikhtilaf, P. 13, by Sawar Shah Qadiani, via  

“I have a question for which I have no answer. Please provide me with one. Formerly, we used to tell our wives that we should live the lives of the Companions who ate meager and coarse food and wore rough cloth and donated whatever they could save to the cause of Allah. We urged them to do the same. By means of these admonitions, we used to collect money from people and from our wives and send it to Qadian. But, when our wives themselves visited Qadian and came to know of the state of affair first hand, they angrily returned and told us that we were untruthful. They said they had seen the manner in which the wives of the Prophets and Companions were living in Qadian! Not even a fraction of the comfort and luxury enjoyed by their wives was experienced by those outside (Qadian). This is despite the fact that the money is not remitted to them (for their personal use) but for expenditure in the cause of Allah. We shall spend on ourselves whatever we have as it is our money earned through lawful means. Hence, they said, we were liars who had been deceiving them for long and that they would never again be deceived by us. Thus, they refused to give us any money to send to Qadian… There is a favorite reply which you provide people; this can not hold in my case, as I know the truth personally.”
Kashf-ul-Ikhtilaf, P. 15, by Sawar Shah Qadiani, via 

“What a shame! You are aware how arduously the money of the people is collected; and then this money is not spent for the national purposes for which people donate it, after shaving off their expenditures for their bare necessities. Instead, the money is spent to gratify personal desires; and then, the amount of money is also quite large. It is so large that only if the money specified for public kitchen was managed properly, it alone would suffice to meet the requirements of those projects which have been started but are now in suspense due to the shortage of funds.”
Kashf-ul-Ikhtilaf, P. 14-15, by Sawar Shah Qadiani, via

“I have reliably come to know that the Promised Messiah (upon him be the salutation and peace of God) has expressed great sorrow that despite his declaration that it is the desire of God that the management of the public kitchen remain in his hands (Mirza was appropriating and directing the funds) and otherwise the public kitchen would come to an end, persons like Khwaja are constantly asking him to entrust the management of the kitchen to them and have invidious doubts about him.”

Links and Related Essay’s

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Nehru and the Ahmadiyya Movement

Ahmadi’s are not to be trusted, their allegiance is to the Mirza family, no one else, however, they will pretend to be loyal to their country, since they are ordered to.  In the below, we found some data on Nehru and Ahmadi’s.  Remember to check out Muhammad Iqbal and his comments on Ahmadiyya.

Related Essay’s

The quote
“I have no doubt in my mind that the Ahmadis are traitors both to Islam and to India.” Founding Fathers of Pakistan and India Muhammad Iqbal and Jawaharlal Nehru agree in 1936.


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Who is Allama Muhammad Iqbal?

Read about Allama Iqbal and Ahmadiyya here:  We found lots of data from here:  We have pasted it in the below.

The data
Allama Iqbal was a contemporary of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad one of the greatest thinkers of British India in his era, and he had much to say about the Qadianis during the 1930’s.

“I consider all the Hadith reports relating to the Mahdi and the concepts of Messiah-ship and Mujaddids to be the result of Persian and other non-Arab philosophies. They have nothing to do with Arab thought or the true spirit of the Quran.” (written in 1932) (Iqbal Nama, Part II, Makatib Iqbal, (Muhammad Ashraf, Lahore, 1951), pp. 230-232, Letter no. 87)

Ghulam Qadir, a Munshi from Siaklot, was an uncle of Allama Iqbal who was a convert to the Ahmadiyya religion.

Letter to Nehru
Letter to The Statesman

From Iqbal’s Poetry

اے وہ کہ تو مہدي کے تخيل سے ہے بيزار
نوميد نہ کر آہوئے مشکيں سے ختن کو

To Mahdi’s concept you seem averse,
Too fed up with this thought appear
This view for Muslims has the weight
That for Cathay has musk of deer.

(From Zarb-Kaleem, poem “Mahdi” in which he first alludes to what Nietzsche did for German nation as if he was ‘Mahdi’ for his people and then writes the above)
Tahira Parwez writes (October 2008):



Allama Muhammad Iqbal is the leading Muslim intellectual, poet/writer, and philosopher of all times. He was also the first Muslim pubic figure to highlight Ahmadiyya’s divisive potential and proposed a separate religious status for them. Ahmadiyya, as you may know, is a breakaway cult from the Sunni (predominantly Punjabi) Islam and was conceived by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, based in Qadian (India), in the late 19th and early 20th century. It fractured into two factions, Qadiani & Lahori, following Mirza’s death: Qadianis believe that Mirza was a prophet and consider Muslims who do not accept his mission to be Kafirs; Lahoris believe that Mirza was a Mujjadid and do not push Muslims outside the pale of Islam. Ahmadiyya have been declared non-Muslims by a general consensus of the Muslims and in most Islamic countries.

Nehru (1935) advocated, inadvertently, for Ahmadiyya while criticising some Muslim groups for lack of tolerance in inter-communal and religious matters. Iqbal responded by highlighting the importance of Muslim belief in the Finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW), conceptual poverty of the Ahmadiyya mission and its potential for dividing the Muslims in their religio-socio-political outlook. Since then, Ahmadiyya have left no stone unturned to malign Iqbal’s personal, political and academic life. Rebuttal of Ahmadiyya propaganda regarding Iqbal’s religious identity is the scope of this article.

During Munir Enquiry (1953) into Punjab riots, an Ahmadi witness alleged that Iqbal was a closet Ahmadi and only renounced his Bayyat following political grievances in 1935. This witness was discredited when several discrepancies (Nawa-e-Waqt, 1954) emerged in his statement including a denial that he ever claimed Iqbal to be an Ahmadi. Since casting this first stone, several years after Iqbal’s death, Ahmadiyya propaganda machinery has kept churning out articles and books claiming that Iqbal & his family were Ahmadi and his late renunciation was politically motivated. Some writers, including Javed Iqbal (Iqbal’s son), have tried to clear the air but nothing has appeared in English to analyse the issue and set the record straight.

Iqbal was born and brought up in Sialkot, a small town in West Punjab (now in Pakistan). Mirza served there as a junior cleric in the Deputy Commissioner’s office before Iqbal was born. Mirza formed friendships and acquired some following in the town due to his early reputation as an Islamic missionary. When Mirza returned to Sialkot after launching his ‘prophetic mission’ from Qadian, Iqbal was busy at college. Either during or before this visit, Iqbal’s elder brother, Atta Muhammad, and his son, Shaikh Ijaz Ahmad accepted Ahmadiyya. Atta Muhammad renounced Ahmadiyya some years before his death and none of his other children accepted it. Ijaz died an Ahmadi but none of his children accepted Ahmadiyya. Ijaz is also the author of a fine book, Muzloom Iqbal – it confirms that Iqbal never accepted Ahmadiyya.

Iqbal’s relationship with his first wife was strained before and after they separated due to her temperament, and morbid pride in her higher socioeconomic background. Their first born, Aftab Ahmed, stayed with his mother and remained a source of anguish for Iqbal throughout his life. Aftab was sent to a boarding school for four years because of his difficult temperament; Taleem-ul-Islam at Qadian was chosen due to its academic reputation, discipline, and least expenses. Atta Muhammad took this decision, as Iqbal was abroad/away from his parental home in Sialkot. Aftab never accepted Ahmadiyya and even changed his surname from Ahmed to Iqbal early in his career as a successful barrister.

Iqbal established anti-Ahmadiyya credentials early in his youth. He published a poem in Persian highlighting his belief in the Finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW) in 1902. Then, following harassment from an acquaintance turned Ahmadi preacher, he published an Urdu poem in Mukhzan (7/1902), which glorified Islam’s unifying nature and criticized schismic potential of Ahmadiyya. When someone misquoted Iqbal about the superiority of one Ahmadi faction over the other, he wrote (Paigam-e-Sulah, 1915) to certify his belief in Khatam-e-Nabuwat and having no expertise in Ahmadiyya beliefs or history. These examples show Iqbal’s discomfort towards Ahmadiyya despite his kind nature, which restrained him from getting into controversial issues.

Iqbal, like Sir Syed, believed in religious reform, modern education and political unity for Muslims. His views regarding Ahmadiyya were also in line with those of Syed, who opined that Mirza’s claims were useless and Muslims should ignore him to avoid washing dirty linen in public. That was the position until Iqbal experienced the shenanigans of Ahmadiyya while working with Mirza Bashir (2nd Khalifa of Qadiani faction) and his followers in the All India Kashmir Committee (1931-1933). Bashir and another Ahmadi were the head and secretary of the Committee. Iqbal received complaints that Ahmadiyya were using the Committee as a platform to carry out missionary activities in Kashmir. The best way forward, Iqbal proposed, was to formulate rules of business for the Committee. But Ahmadi members vehemently opposed Iqbal and others, making it clear in the process that their primary loyalty lay with their Khalifa (Bashir) for now and in the future. Bashir resigned eventually and Iqbal took over the chair temporarily before the Committee was dissolved, mainly, due to the Ahmadis leaving to follow Bashir. Ahmadiyya went on to form their own Tehrek-e-Kashmir and offered Iqbal the chair but he refused to be bitten twice.

Around the same time, Ahmadiyya of Qadian were raising their political game. They were staunch supporters of the Punjab Unionist Party, which was secular and very close to the British, under the leadership of Sir Fazal Hussain. In return, they sought patronage for Sir Zafar Ullah Khan, an Ahmadi stalwart & later 1st Foreign Minister of Pakistan. As a result, Zafar Ullah rose through the political ranks quickly and was made the president of Muslim League at its Annual Meeting in Delhi (1931) despite protests from local Muslims. Iqbal must have appreciated how Muslim League nearly disappeared from the political scene, under the leadership of Zafar Ullah and patronage of Sir Fazal, after proposed amalgamation with Muslim Conference. Zafar Ullah was also a surprise choice to represent Muslims & Punjab in the Viceroy’s Council (1935) instead of any other prominent Muslim leader. Contrary to Ahmadiyya propaganda, Iqbal was in failing health at that time and was never a candidate for the post.

Herbert Emerson (1935), the Punjab Governor, spoke about the need for tolerance towards Ahmadiyya (from Ahrar) and questioned the quality of Muslim leadership at a meeting of Anjuman Hemayat-e-Islam. Iqbal issued a statement clarifying the importance of Muslim belief in the Finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW) and also asked the British to take some responsibility for the policies that hindered the emergence of quality leadership from Muslims.

Pandit Nehru (1935) also wrote three articles in The Modern Review of Calcutta teasing out similar issues, apparently, without realizing their sensitivity to Muslims. Ahmadiyya gloated at large before Iqbal published (1935) his legendary response: it tore into Nehru’s understanding of Ahmadiyya while educating the public, especially modern Muslims, about Ahmadiyya’s hidden agenda. He explained that Ahmadiyya’s real nature lay behind medieval mysticism and Qadianis felt nervous about the political awakening among Indian Muslims, which could defeat their designs to carve out a new Umma for their Indian prophet. Iqbal proclaimed that ‘…the socio-political Organization called “Islam” is perfect and eternal. No revelation, the denial of which entails heresy, is possible after Muhammad. He who claims such a revelation is a traitor to Islam’.

It is evident from the above that Iqbal, despite initial optimism, always felt uncomfortable about Ahmadiyya beliefs and designs. In prevailing circumstances, he had political and social interaction with them. He also took a long time before criticizing them publicly due to his mild nature and to avoid creating new fissures in the Muslim community. However, what he wrote clearly established that Ahmadiyya were traitors to both, Islam and Indian struggle for independence. To claim that he believed in Ahmadiyya cannot be further from the truth; and to create such evidence from propaganda literature is intellectually dishonest. Allama Iqbal and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad remain poles apart, and taking their names in the same breath is an insult to Iqbal and his followers.

Further reading:

Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal and Ahmadiyya

There is lots of data on this. I wanted to present the Lahori-Ahmadi response to this. Iqbal seems to have friendly with Ahmadi’s until the “All India Kashmir Committee” in roughly 1934.  Iqbal was a Quranist after he left Ahmadiyya. He denied the return of the Messiah and the arrival of the Mahdi.  Also read here: Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wanted Muhammadi begum’s husband to be killed

Dear readers, we have covered the topic of Muhammadi Begum at length. Read all of these entries first. We have found some interesting information to add to this saga. As we were going through Hassan Odeh’s book on Ahmadiyya, we found this reference:

“We will kill her husband, as we killed her father, and will return her to you”

Tadhkirah, page 226. As quoted by Hassan odeh in 2000 in his book on Ahmadiyya, see page 96-97.
What did the Ahmadi’s change?

The word translates as kill, however, Ahmadiyya leadership decided to use destroy. The word in arabic is used is “mohlaikoon” it is derived from the word “halaaq” means halaaq kerna, or to say “main nay us murd ko halaaq ker diya, maar diya”.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________MGA and his team wanted other people to be killed also, Lekh Ram, Abdullah Athim and Dr. Clark
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The reference in the 2009 edition of Tadhkirah was changed from kill to destroy

The exact same translation was done in the 2004 edition of Tadhkirah, and the 1976 english edition (see page 138).  

The reference from the 1967 edition of Tadhkirah, URDU

Links and Related Essays


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Fauzia Faizi confirms that the Mirza family is full of incest and rapists

The Mirza family are a group of sick people. MGA’s son, the famous Musleh Maud preyed on boys and girls. The British Government allowed him to do whatever he wanted. A few years ago, Fauzia Faizi did an interview wherein she described the inner workings of the Mirza family, Samina Khan, a German politician also weighed in. Fauzia Faizi also discussed how Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad was raping his own daughter and etc. Fauzia Faizi is the great grand daughter of a companion of MGA, Dr. Syed Abdus Sattar Shah. She is also the niece of Abd u Rehman Khadim (Author of Ahmadiyya Pocket Book). In 2021, a great-great grand-daughter of MGA accused the 5th Khalifa and his gang of admin as sexual predators and rapists. 
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Who is Manzur Ahmad Chinioti?

Manzur Ahmad Chinioti was a major opponent of Ahmadiyya. He interviewed Hassan Odeh when he famously left Ahmadiyya in the late 1980’s early 1990’s. We have collected lots of the data and posted it in the below. Mirza Tahir Ahmad claimed that Manzur Chinioti died like a dog after getting hit many times in the face and losing his hearing. Listen here to Manzur Chinioti discussing his challenge with Mirza Tahir Ahmad.

It should be noted that in the very first edition of Arba’in, MGA and his team of writers wrote that “anbiya” had said that the Messiah would come in the 14th century, however, in the 2nd edition (1920), they wrote a footnote wherein it was stated that this was a clerical error and the word should have been “auliya”. Manzur Ahmad Chinioti explains this situation in this video. Watch my tik tok on this also. See our book review on Arba’in for details. Zia Rasul from the Aaqa Ka Ghulam youtube channel explains the entire story herein, see at the 3:30 mark).
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Who is Mirza Rafi Ahmad? Grandson of MGA and son of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad, 5th March 1927 to 15th January 2004

Mirza Rafi Ahmad was the son of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad, the famous 2nd Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Movement. He lived from 5th March 1927 to 15th January 2004 at the age of 76. His mother is Sara Begum, she was married to the Khalifa in 1925 (See page 219), she was wife #3, her name is also written as Appa Sara Begum. She died while giving child birth in 1933. Her oldest child was Mirza Rafi Ahmad. He grew up in the house of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad at Qadian.

Akber Chaudhary and Abdul Sami Zafar (starts at the 39:36 mark to 44:14) have also given details of the life of Mirza Rafi Ahmad.

He was older than Mirza Tahir Ahmad by about 18 months and younger than Mirza Nasir Ahmad by almost 20 years. In 1965, it is said that he was a contender for the Khilafat. 
Mirza Rafi Ahmad almost became the Khalifa in 1982 when Mirza Nasir Ahmad died. There is lots of controversy on this topic. Official Qadiani-Ahmadi sources have never even commented on the controversy in this election. Some Ahmadi’s seem to have began to follow Mirza Rafi Ahmad instead of the Khalifa. This is where the details get sketchy. Mirza Rafi Ahmad seems to have started his own sect of Ahmadiyya thereafter, it was called Green Ahmadiyyat, whom his followers call “Mahmood-e-Sani Confidant of Ayub-e-Ahmadiyyat Harzrat Sahibzada Mirza Rafi Ahmed (AS)”. He is pictured below. He lived from 5th March 1927 to 15th January 2004.  He died in 2004, he was 76 years old.

Their website is

In 2021, a twitter account became famous using a rare photo of Mirza Rafi Ahmad and the handle @GreenAhmadi.
His mother

His mother is Sarah Begum, she was married to the Khalifa in 1925, she was wife #4. She died while giving child birth in 1933. He oldest child was Mirza Rafi Ahmad (1927).
His siblings

Sister—- Amatul Naseer Begum, daughter, born in roughly late 1930, was 3 1/2 years old when her mother died.

Brother–-Mirza Hanif Ahmad, son, born in 1932, died in 2014.
Mirza Rafi Ahmad’s biography

Mirza Rafi Ahmad

Click to access Seerat_HMRA_English.pdf


Mirza Rafi Ahmad was born on 5th March 1927 at the house of MGA at Qadian.

He moves to Lahore and then Rabwah with his father, the Khalifa. 
Mirza Rafi Ahmad’s speech in 1964


He is a contender for the Khilafat.

He is a contender for the Khilafat and is forcibly restrained and then placed on house arrest.

He dies on 15th January 2004.
2021 on twitter

Links and Related Essay’s

Who is Abdul Sami Zafar?


Who is Sara Begum, the 4th wife of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad?


Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad had 20+ children with 7 wives

Akber Chaudhary has given his life story


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