Intro
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 http://greenahmadiyyat.org/.

In 2021, a twitter account became famous using a rare photo of Mirza Rafi Ahmad and the handle @GreenAhmadi.
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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).
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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.
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Mirza Rafi Ahmad’s biography

Mirza Rafi Ahmad

Click to access Seerat_HMRA_English.pdf


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1927

Mirza Rafi Ahmad was born on 5th March 1927 at the house of MGA at Qadian.
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1947

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

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1965

He is a contender for the Khilafat.
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1982

He is a contender for the Khilafat and is forcibly restrained and then placed on house arrest.
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2004

He dies on 15th January 2004.
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2021 on twitter
@GreenAhmadi

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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

http://greenahmadiyyat.org/Green%20Ahmadiyyat%20English%20Section.htm

Akber Chaudhary has given his life story

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