Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad was a famous grandson of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, through Mirza Bashir Ahmad. He was born on 28 February 1913 and died on 23 July 2002 in Maryland. He arrived in London in Nov-1933 (see ROR of Nov-1933) and already had a BA degree.
He was affectionately known as M.M. Ahmad, he was the former executive director and Vice President (#2 man in-charge) of the World Bank. He married his first cousin, Amatul Qayyum (year unknown), they had no children, however, they seem to have adopted a nephew (Zahid Ahmad) this adopted son married a HINDU girl in the USA. Her name is Tazeen Ahmad, they had 2 children together, Muhammad and Marium. In 2016, it is found out that Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad helped the Ahmadiyya Jamaat store money illegally in Panama.
He was born on 28 February 1913 and died on 23 July 2002 in Maryland. He was affectionately known as M.M. Ahmad, he was the former executive director and Vice President (#2 man in-charge) of the World Bank.
This photo seems to be from 1923.
From right to left
Top row (standing)— —Mirza Zafar Ahmad and Mirza Mubarak Ahmad
Middle Row (seated)—-Mirza Mansoor Ahmad, Mirza Nasir Ahmad and Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad
Bottom Row (sitting on the floor)——-Mirza Hameed Ahmad and Mirza Daud Ahmad (Colonel)
Dard’s report of missionary activity is published in the ROR of Nov-1933. He claims to have given a lecture at the Dorking Rotary Club. He talked about MGA’s prophecies like Dowie, Lekh Ram, the Great European War (doomsday earthquake), the destruction of the Czar dynasty (Russia). He also mentioned how Ahmadi’s are persecuted and killed in Afghanistan, Maulvi Abdul Latif and a few others. Dard also claims that M.M. Ahmad (B.A.) had recently came to London.
The ROR of Jan-Feb-1934 mentions him as doing tabligh work in London. The ROR of June-1934 reports that M.M. Ahmad is working as secretary of Sunday lectures.
On Dec 16, 1934, Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad gave a speech at the Ahmadiyya temple in Southfield, the Fazl Mosque, this was given during a regular Sunday meeting and published in the ROR of Feb-1935 a few months later. His cousin, Mirza Nasir Ahmad is also there and going to the University.
The ROR of Jan-1935 reports that he asked Maulvi Sher Ali (living in Qadian) to answer some questions about female concubinage.
The ROR of Feb-1935 reports that he is in London and gave a speech on Dec 16, 1934 at the Ahmadiyya temple in Southfield, the Fazl Mosque, this was given during a regular Sunday meeting and published in the ROR.
The ROR of March-1935 mentions Mirza Muzaffar Ahmad along with a correction.
Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad was given special treatment because he was an Ahmadi
As we know, the British loved working with Ahmadi’s and giving them key positions of trust. They seem to have hired Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad as a civil servant in the highly prestigious Indian Civil Service in 1939. Later, he went to Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital, where he served in a number of senior positions, including secretary of commerce, secretary of finance, and deputy chairman of the Planning Commission.
He moved to Lahore during partition and was hired by the government of Pakistan as secretary of finance in the Punjab.
At this juncture in his career, MM was arguably the most powerful civil servant in Pakistan, with supervisory authority over all three ministries. M M Ahmad’s contribution to the process of economic development was recognized by President Ayub Khan in a presidential address in 1967, celebrating 20 years of an independent Pakistan. When General Yahya Khan deposed President Ayub Khan and placed Pakistan under martial law, M M Ahmad was appointed adviser to the new president and given the rank of a federal minister. During M M Ahmad’s service, Pakistan underwent rapid industrialization and growth. This received acknowledgment both within Pakistan and amongst the international development community. MM’s success was attributable to his ability to assemble a highly capable team of economists, planners and engineers such as the late Dr Mahbub ul Haq, Sartaj Aziz and many others.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1971–he is almost murdered
see Al-Furqan, 9-15-1971
On 9-15-1971, Muhammad Aslam Qureshi, who was an employee in the Capital Development Authority, he attacked MM Ahmad in an elevator with a knife. The attack was unsuccessful and MM Ahmad was safe. The president of Pakistan was out of the country and the Al-Furqan Magazine of rabwah reported that MM Ahmad, who was the acting president of Pakistan has been attacked.
He moves to America permanently, settling in Potomac, Maryland and thus driving and controlling the USA Jamaat.
He retires from the World Bank and works exclusively for Ahmadiyya.
Mirza Muzaffar Ahmad asserted that there were 40 million new converts to Ahmadiyya in 2000.
It is found out that Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad helped the Ahmadiyya Jamaat store money illegally in Panama. See here also.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________He worked tirelessly for Ahmadiyya causes
He was known to challenge Ahmadi’s as follows:
“What have I done for my community today?”
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