Mirza Ghulam Ahmad loved to curse his opponents. His favorite method of cursing was to call someone as a “children of a prostitutes” (Zurrayatul Baghaya), or bitch or pig, or to call a man a woman or womanly. There are so many instances. MGA even called the wife of his first cousin as a prostitute, the Ahmadiyya editing team edited this out also, however, we have found it. It seems that in 1897, MGA and his team called Sa’dullah as a son of prostitutes (ibn Bagha). However, after Sa’dullah died in 1907, MGA refused to even mention that part of his poetry from 10 years earlier in Anjam-E-Athim. Interestingly enough, Mirza Bashir Ahmad tells us that Muhammad Ali (one of MGA’s lawyer’s and employees) told MGA not to mention how he had called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes, since Muhammad Ali feared legal recourse. This would be a case of defamation, and MGA narrowly escaped (See MGA vs. Karam Din). Dard tells us it was Khwaja Kamaluddin and not Muhammad Ali however. However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).
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As soon as MGA made his wild claims of Messiah-ship in late 1890, many Muslims came forward and challenged MGA to debates and etc. Maulvi Sa’dullah was one such Muslim he was a convert to Islam from Hinduism and worked as the school master at the Christian Mission School at Ludhiana. Ahmadiyya sources claim that MGA made a prophecy about Sa’dullah in a book called “Anwar-ul-Islam” (Urdu) which was published in 1894, 3 years after MGA had his initial altercation with Sa’dullah. In 1897, MGA wrote some poetry vs. Sa’dullah to the effect that God should make a decision between them, he also called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes (Ibn Bagha). Adnan Rashid discussed this also (Check out Part-2 herein [“Zarrayatul baghaya” and “Waladul Haraam” are discussed] and on the Dawah wise channel).
Sa’dullah died in January of 1907, 3-5 months later in May of 1907, as Haqiqatul Wahy was published, MGA claimed that Sa’dullah died of plague and mubahila. MGA also purposely left out his poetry wherein he called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes (ibn Bagha), Mirza Bashir Ahmad claims that Muhammad Ali advised MGA to leave this out, in fear of legal recourse, i.e. the son of Sa’dullah might have sued for defamation. Dard tells us it was Khwaja Kamaluddin and not Muhammad Ali however. However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulvi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah). Sa’dullah is also mentioned in the ROR of March-1935.
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Ahmadiyya and the Mirza family are stuck in 1900, in terms of women’s rights and many other topics like physics, quantum mechanics, child marriage, abortion, loyalty, divorce, supporting colonialism and etc etc etc. In terms of how a woman should be obedient to her husband, MGA was strict and mean. He treated his wives harshly and never gave them a shred of respect. We have a found a reference from Malfuzat which perfectly explains MGA’s position on this topic. We found a book called, “Islam on Marital Rights” by Maulana Shaikh Mubarak Ahmad (1988). This book is actually a speech that was given at the 1969 Rabwah Jalsa Salana. Maulana Shaikh Mubarak Ahmad was the Ahmadiyya missionary in-charge of East Africa for many years. In this book, Ahmadiyya leadership is telling Ahmadi women that they are forced to be obedient to their husbands, per Quran and Hadith. However, this isn’t totally correct, Islam doesn’t exactly endorse this system, these verses and hadith have a context, that is farming communities, wherein men and women have defined roles, it doesn’t apply to situations wherein the wife and husband both work and share responsibilities. I recommend that my readers read this book in its full entirety.
The quote from Malfuzat
See pages 15-16 of “Marital Rights”.
“””Calling upon the women to realize their duty of obedience to their husbands, the Promised Messiah (as) once said, “For the woman it is imperative that she should obey her husband. The Holy Prophet (saw) has emphasized this so much that once he said. ‘For the woman it is imperative that she should obey her husband’. The Holy Prophet has emphasized so much on this that once he said, ‘If a husband asked his wife to shift a heap of bricks from one place to another, and after she had done it, he told her to carry them back to the former place, she must do that without question’.
“This should be regarded as a act of cruelty on the part of the husband for similar obligations have been imposed upon men also in respect of their wives. These obligations are so onerous that it looks as if the woman was placed on the throne and the man commanded to serve her and be at her beck and call for the procurement of everything she needs.” (Malfoozat: Vol. 8; pp. 441-445).
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Nurul-Haqq was a 2-part booklet written by MGA and his team of writers in 1894. Part-1 was published in February of 1894 (see Muhammad Ali’s, “Prophethood in Islam”, 1915). Noor-ul-Haq Part-2 was published on May 18, 1894, (see Mujadid e Azim, abridged english edition, page 507). This book is in Arabic only, however, the original also contained an Urdu translation. This book has never been translated into english (see Hidden Treasures). This is the same book wherein MGA’s team wrote Lanaat 1000 times.
In Part-1, MGA and his team never even mentioned any hadith about eclipses and etc, in fact, in 15 years as a writer, MGA had never connected the famous prophecy of the Mahdi with any hadith about eclipses. However, 14 years later in 1907, in Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA claimed to have predicted the eclipses in Nurul-Haqq Part-1, pages 35-38. NURUL-HAQQ (Part-1) is mentioned in the ROR of May-1947. Continue reading “NURUL-HAQQ (Part-1) quotes and background data”
As we all know, after MGA claimed to be the Messiah in later 1890, he began a tirade of vulgar remarks towards those who rejected him. He even wrote out 1000 “lanaats” in 1894 as he was raging out of control. Nur ul Haq was an Arabic only book, however, there seems to have also been an urdu translation given with the original book. Our Arabic ex-Ahmadi friends like Hani Tahir and Ikrima Najami have been going through MGA’s arabic books and giving us some quotes which have never been given to the world ever before. These quotes are vulgar, you have been warned. Some other publications are also quoted. Additional quotes from Nurul-Haq can be found here. In 1892-1893, he used the term “Zurrayatul Baghaya” (children of prostitues) as he described in Arabic those who had rejected his claims of Messiah-ship. It should be remembered that there were barely 300 Ahmadi’s in those days. MGA then used the phrase “ibn-Bagha” as he referred to Maulvi Sa’dullah (in Anjam-e-Athim, 1897, (arabic only book), in his poetry. However, after Sa’dullah died in 1907, Muhammad Ali advised MGA to not reproduce that exact quote.
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Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani, also spelled as Sheikh Yakoob Ali Irfanee (And also known as Shaikh Yaqub Ali Torab) was an Ahmadi who worked as a major confidant and was on MGA’s team of writers/editors/imams. He seems to have been a student/assistant of Noorudin while he was in Jammu as early as 1886. He went on to be the main editor of Al-Hakam and then wrote many early biographies on Ahmadiyya. By 1917, he was working as an assistant secretary of the Sadr Anjuman at Qadian (See ROR of Jan-1918). He also wrote a biography on the wife of MGA, Nusrat Jehan Begum. The year of his death is unknown.
He wrote 4 historic books in 1915, Sirat-ul-Nabi, Sirat Ahmad, Hyat-e-Ahmad and Sirat Masih Maoud (See Mujadid e Azam by Dr. Basharat Ahmad, the preface).. We have found a scan from Hyat-e-Ahmad which indicates that mga was born in 1839 (See in the below). The Khalifa began to officially change this date in 1916 or so. In 1924, he accompanied the Khalifa on his tour of Europe.
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The Ahmadiyya movement has always supported “child-marriage” and polygamy. In fact, when MGA got married in roughly 1853, he was barely 13 years old and his new wife was younger (his first cousin). He married again in 1884, Nusrat Jehan Begum was roughly 12 years old if not younger, her younger brother was 2 years old (in 1884) and 3rd youngest sibling hadn’t even been born yet. MGA had barely been married 18 months by January of 1886 and he decided to leave his wife and spend 40 days in seclusion about 100 miles away from Qadian. In March of 1886 he had his famous announcement of Feb. 20th, 1886 published. In this announcement, MGA was predicting a 3rd marriage and a promised son most likely from a 3rd marriage. MGA seems to have had correspondence with Noorudin (while Noorudin was still in Jammu) about all of these predictions/prophecies. During the course of that correspondence, MGA seems to have also proposed to Noorudin about Noorudin’s young daughter from a previous marriage (Noorudin was roughly 42 in this era), we have cross-checked both major biographical works on the life of Noorudin (english books only) and we can’t find any data on this. Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani also makes an appearance here, he seems to have been working with Noorudin as a student/helper as early as 1886 and in Jammu. Irfani wrote in a note to the effect that Noorudin would not be allowing his young daughter to marry MGA, since his young daughter was not an adult. This daughter disappeared from the scene, Noorudin married again in 1889, and his daughter (Amtul Hai) from this marriage married the Khalifa in 1914. From his first wife, Fatima Sahiba (daughter of Sheikh Mukarram Sahib Bhervi), he had nine sons and five daughters. We are still unsure which daughter MGA was asking to marry.
The letters with a rough translation into english
MAKTUBAT E AHMADIA VOL-2, PAGE 12
Latter No. 3
My Dear Brother
Your esteemed letter was received,which spreads fragrance of enthusiasm for truth JAZAKALLAH. Prayers were made for your pious daughter. It is a blessing that she has memorized the holy Quran. Otherwise it is a rare thing in the women of this country. How lucky are her parents and the ones who would establish new relationship to you relating to her.
11th March, 1886
On 8th June, 1886 MGA sent another letter to Hakim Molvi Nuruddin elaborating his intentions with regard to third marriage and promised son. For the sake of brevity we reproduce only relevant portion as under:-
My Dear Brother,
Four months back, it was revealed to this humble self that i will be blessed with a magnificent son whose name would be Bashir. I was mistaken to think that the promised son would be born of my present wife, but the excessive Ilham have now confirmed that Allah has decided that He will get me re-married to a third wife and bless the promised sone from this third wife. Two different women were motioned for this marriage, but as guided by Allah, both were rejected as one was a misfortunate and other was ugly, since Allah wanted the boy to be born of a woman perfect in piety and beauty.
Some blind critics raised objection as to why the promised son not born of previous pregnancy. What I understand is that the prophesy would materialize after third marriage. This third marriage is to take place shortly. To whom this marriage will take place, excessive Iham are taking place and storm like intensity is found in the intentions of god.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Qadian, 8th June 1886
MGA sent another letter on 20th June to Molvi Nuruddin, the contents of which suggest that Nuruddin did not like the idea of third marriage because there is a note of Irfani, the compiler of Maktubat e Ahmad, which confirms that perhaps Nuruddin disapproved MGA’s proposal for his daughter. Now read the letter and note of Irfani.
My Dear Brother,
Esteemed letter was received, this humble self had written to you of his third marriage just to inform a friend of the heavenly secrets, because it is the habit of this humble self that he informs of some of the Hidden orders (ghaibi amoor)to his friends to increase their faiths.
Since the revelation of ilham of third marriage, this humble self is praying for postponement of this order, but continuance of ilham prove that it has become a definite fate. (Taqdir e Mubram). This humble self has decided to avoid from doing this until a clear and categorical heavenly compulsion is received.
Wassalam- humble self
20th June 1886
Note by Shaikh Yaqub Ali Irfani :
Allah has given glad-tiding and signs for this third marriage to hazrat sb and he motioned it to his nears and dears who were far away from Allah although not deniers. Hazrat sb informed of these glade tidings to Hakim Nuruddin. As far as he (irfani) knows Hakim sb was ready to give his daughter in Nikah to MGA, in case if she was adult.
Now from such bizarre events, any impartial ahmadi, not only can judge as to what types of weak and fabricated revelations MGA mentions to have received, but also see the quick manoeuvrings he do which surely do not matches with that of a high moral character of a messenger of Allah.
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MGA was a follower of the Ahl-e-Hadith aka Wahhabi type of Muslims in Northern India. In fact, his second wedding was with a family of Muslims who were Ahl-e-Hadith. His best friend, Maulvi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi was also Ahl-e-Hadith, the list is endless. MGA had a beef with Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan after he tore up MGA’s Braheen e Ahmadiyya and sent it to Qadian in that condition. We have found a thesis on the life and times of Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan, we have posted the links in the below.
Mir Muhammad Ishaq was the son of Mir Nasir Nawab, and younger brother of Nusrat Jehan Begum and Dr. Mir Muhammad Isma’il. His date of birth is Sept 8th, 1890 in Ludhiana. Which is recorded in Nuzul ul Masih (published in 1909). Per Ahmadiyya sources, he had totally moved to Qadian by 1894. He lived with MGA until MGA died in 1908, he even claims to have watched MGA lead prayers for the women of the house many times, whilst standing on MGA’s side, women weren’t allowed in the mosques in Qadian in those days, he lived in this very mansion until he died in 1944. He even accompanied MGA on his tours of Delhi, Ludhiana, Lahore and Gurdaspur in the era of 1903–1905. At times, he even acted as MGA’s scribe, as he helped to write responses to letters and other various administrative tasks around the house at Qadian. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he was never scared to fight non-Ahmadi’s. In 1906, he married Salihi Bi, daughter of Pir Manzoor Muhammad of Ludhiana (brother-in-law of Noorudin).
In fact, in the 1920–1930’s, he was involved in many fist-fights between Ahmadi’s and Non-Ahmadi’s (see 18:00 of this video). By 1933, he became the headmaster at the Qadiani mullah training center (jamia). He died on March 17, 1944 at age 54(see Tadhkirah, 2009 online edition, page 721 and ROR of April-1944). The ROR alleges that he was Majlis Motamadin Qadian, Nazir-i-Ziafat and Head-master -Madrassa-i-Ahmadiyya.
He seems to have also written a commentary on the Quran, the second edition (online edition) is from 2006. The first edition was published from Rabwah, which makes it 1950’s–1970’s, interestingly, in terms of 5:75, he translated the controversial words as “many” and not “All”. He also contradicted the Khalifa on 2:4.
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