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June 2019

TUHFA-E-GOLARHVIYYAH by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1902)

Per Ahmadiyya sources, MGA and his team began writing this book in 1900, as his beef with Pir Mehr Ali Shah ended. Per Muhammad Ali in 1915, this book was published on September 1, 1902. This book was in Urdu with some brief Arabic, it ran for 254 pages and was published from the Diya’ul-Islam Press, Qadian, the original edition had barely 40 words per page, this was how they extended the number of pages in those days. In english the title translates as ‘Gift for Golarvi”. Also spelled as Golarviah and Tohfa Golarviak. In this book, MGA asserts that the Messiah was supposed to come exactly 1400 years after Muhammad (saw), he even quotes Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan’s famous book and his assertions that the Mahdi was coming soon. There is also an appendix, we aren’t sure when this appendix was added. Tohfa-e-Golarwiyah comprises of RK, v. 17, pages 35-340, which includes the Appendix/Supplement on pages 35-86, pages 87-340 are the main book. This book starts with an appendix, which is weird. In the main body of the book Mirza Ghulam Ahmad argues, based on the Quran and Hadeeth, that Jesus has died and that the Promised Messiah was to appear from among the Muslims. In the appendix he argues that he is the Promised Messiah. MGA also gives his GOD a new name in this book, the famous Yalesh. Tofha Golarviyya is in RK-17, as the second book.

You can listen to this book on soundcloud with this link.

Feel free to watch Shams-uddin’s video on this topic herein. Yuz Asaf and the injeel is also quoted in this book. In October of 2021, Saleem Mir said that when MGA quoted Swane Yuz Asaf (see at the 1:44:44 mark), he was really referring to “Barlaam and Josaphat”.
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The Ahmadiyya newspaper, Al-Fazl, quotes and data

We have collected many quotes from this Ahmadiyya newspaper and posted them in the below. The first issue came out on June 18th, 1913 from Qadian (See ROR of Jan-1940 also). Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad claims to be have been the editor, however, Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal was also an assistant editor. Initially it was a weekly, later it was published every three days. Finally On March 8th, 1935 it became a daily. By 1944, the ROR of April and May was alleging that the Al-Fazl was approaching a readership of 50k.

Up to the time of the partition in August 1947 it was regularly published from Qadian. In Pakistan it was published from Lahore up to 1954, it was banned by the Pakistani government(from 30 march 1953 to 15 march 1954). It seems to have been restarted in 1955. This is the only official organ of the Movement that has regularly published all the sermons and sayings of all the Caliphs covering a period of more than eighty-six years, however, in court in 1954, the Khalifa denied that it was an official publication of the Ahmadiyya Movement. It has also served as a vehicle for the moral upbringing of members, preaching of Islam and preservation of history of the Movement. Ahmadi brothers and sisters scattered all over the globe stay in touch with each other through this eight page comprehensive newspaper.
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Is there only one Ahmadiyya place of worship in Srinagar, Kashmir, India?

We have located only one Ahmadiyya place of worship in Kashmir, India. It is barely 20-30 miles from the tomb of Yuz Asaf. This mosque was acquired by the Ahmadiyya jamaat in roughly 1939, by 20 October 1940: The foundation stone of the Ahmadiyya mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir was laid by Hazrat Maulana Abul Ata on this date. The mosque was built within a year (See Al-Hakam archives)(see also the ROR of Feb-1941). How many Ahmadi’s are there in Kashmir, India? By 2019, there seem to 4 additional villages in the south area of Kashmir that have a significant Ahmadi population (roughly 10,000 per Ahmadiyya sources), Reashinagar village, also spelled Reshnagri, see the google map page herein, Abdur Rahman Itu is the President of this Ahmadiyya village, which is reported as the largest Ahmadiyya village in Kashmir. Another village is Shurat village in Kulgam. Kulgam is a huge city center, Ahmadi’s seem to be located only in the village of Shurat, however, they may have spread around.There lots of young Ahmadi’s who are serving in the police and are teachers for the government of India, much to the consternation of the local Muslim community. There are 5 Ahmadiyya run schools in South Kashmir, mostly in these small villages. Basharat Ahmed Dar, village head of Asnoor is the official Ahmadiyya representative for his village, he seems to be a descendant of Khwaja Abdul Ghaffar Dar. The last two Ahmadi-only villages are Kani pora and Yari pora, both of these villages fall into to the Kulgam district, not much is known of these small and obscure villages. There is also an Ahmadiyya place of worship just north of Rajouri, its called Mosque Dehri Ralyote. This seems to be a new mosque, built in the past 40 years, we are unsure who had it built. There is also an ahmadi place of worship called Masjid Fazl in Poonch, Kashmir, India. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s are there in the old town area of Poonch. Next door in Azad Kashmir, there are barely 300-400 Ahmadi’s in the entire country and a few Ahmadiyya mosques. In 2011, Nicholas H. A. Evans was told that there were 80,000 to 200,000 Ahmadi’s in India, which is an exaggeration.
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Ahmadiyya in Kerala, India?

The Ahmadiyya global census number is unknown, it is most likely 200,000-300,000 in 2023. Ahmadiyya leadership has lied over and over again about this number. In fact, in 2000-2002, they were reporting 20-40 million new Ahmadi’s from India alone. However, the reality is that we see too few Ahmadi’s from Indian jamaat’s. We know that there are many Ahmadi’s on the indian side of the Kashmir state, however, even there the number of Ahmadi’s is unknown. In 2011, Nicholas H. A. Evans was told that there were 80,000 to 200,000 Ahmadi’s in India, which is a huge exaggeration.

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NURUL-HAQQ (Part-2) quotes and background data

Nurul-Haqq was a 2-part booklet written by MGA and his team of writers in 1894. 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). On May 18, 1894, Noor-ul-Haq Part-2 was published (see Mujadid e Azim, abridged english edition, page 507). However, just one week (May 11th)  before this book was published, Fateh Masih told MGA about the eclipses and how MGA shold be bold and go to Mecca and officially make the claim of being the Mahdi.

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, in 1907, in Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA claimed to have predicted the eclipses in Nurul-Haqq Part-1, pages 35-38. This is the same book wherein MGA’s team wrote Lanaat 1000 times. Noor-ul-Haq Part-2 is mentioned in the ROR of May-1947.
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“Eye witness account of sahibzada Abdul Latif” by Syed Ahmad Noor Kabuli (1921)

One of my “Ahmadiyya-Research-Team” friends in the UK recently found a book titled “Shaheed Marhoom Ke Chashm deed waqiat” Part 1 and 2, (Eye witness account of sahibzada Abdul Latif”). This book is written by his beloved student, Syed Ahmad Noor Kabuli, who also took Baiyat of MGA and subsequently claimed himself to be a prophet. The plain reading of book gives us an impression that Abdul Latif was not mentally sound person. This Syed Ahmad Noor Kabuli eventually claimed prophethood and was most likely ex-communicated by the Khalifa. Syed Ahmad Noor Kabuli admitted that he was drinking the water dripping from mirza ghulam coffin. Apparently, as MGA’s coffin was being transported from Ahmadiyya buildings in Lahore to the train station, Ahmadi’s had put ice in MGA’s coffin to keep his body from smelling and etc. As Ahmadi’s were escorting the coffin of MGA through the streets of Lahore, many people began throwing feces at the motorcade, it was a huge scene. Syed Ahmad Noor Kabuli still drank the ice water that was oozing out of MGA’s coffin. This book was published on December 26th, 1921. A partial english translation by Ghulam Muhammad Ahmadi appeared in ROR of March-April-May-1922 and written from Campbellpur (modern day Attock).
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New data found on the death of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad via cholera from June 1908

We have found an interesting article from the Al-Hakam of June 14th, 1908. This article seems to be a report of the Friday sermon of Noorudin, at the Aqsa mosque in Qadian. Nooruddin admits that the enemies of Ahmadiyya were alleging MGA had died of cholera. In fact, he even said that if MGA had died of cholera, that he still died the death of a martyr, however, he seems to have forgot that MGA had recently told Maulvi Sanaullah that he would die of cholera and that it was a curse from god.

However, we have found independent sources (the Vakil newspaper) in this time frame that claimed that MGA had died of cholera, in Urdu as Haiza. Even Farquhar wrote the same in 1915. This is also the word that was used by MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab in the 1920’s as he narrated to Shaikh Ali Yacub Irfani his autobiography. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second Friday Sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian. Further, MGA was sitting on mobile toilet (chowkee) just minutes before he died, he died on Brandereth Road in Lahore. You can read MGA’s death story here from Ahmadi sources only. Continue reading “New data found on the death of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad via cholera from June 1908”

The Ahmadiyya “Waqf-e-Nau” program is pure evil

Recently we had a discussion on Waqf e Nau, here:

Many valid points were shared by ones who were supporting and opposing such a scheme.

Here, I’d like to share some points shared on an Ahmadiyya website (Based on Khalifa V’s teachings) on the Waqf e Nau scheme which I thought were very important and deserved a thread on its own.
Often Ahmadis, in favor of this scheme, defend it by saying a child is free to cancel his membership when he’s an adult. I am surprised that they don’t consider the influence indoctrination can have on a child.

Let’s just look at certain points on the website:

To present one’s child to Allah is an extremely important event and is no ordinary thing. Sacrifices are a form of gifts and it is necessary to adore them.

This is the opening sentence of the article. “Sacrificing Children to please God” – I find it extremely cringy and feels like it is nothing but a superstitious concept. Why would God need you to give Him your children?

But what’s more concerning is the “tips” the website provides to the parents of Waqf e Nau and how damaging it is to the kids. Here are some:

The children should be taught from the first day that they are Waqf and that their life is no longer their own*.*

Children are waqfed before their birth, so it means from the birth, throughout childhood children should be taught that their life does not belong to them but to the Jama’at.

The children should be informed that they are Waqf for the sake of their faith and that their personal wishes no longer matter, but that they should do as the Jama’at requests.

What if the child wants to become an artist? An athlete? A performer? Do you really think an Ahmadi girl whose a waqf living around parents who are trying to raise her based on these teachings, could ever pursue her dreams in sports and become a national level football/soccer player?

Is it fair to sell their souls to the Jama’at even before they realize what the Jama’at is? Don’t Ahmadis realize that Children has certain rights and their parents have no right to “sacrifice” them to an institution?

Is it fair that after crushing a kid’s dreams by telling him/her that their wishes no longer matter and justifying that based on an opt-out form given to them at the age of 15? After raised within this scheme from birth do you think it is an easy choice for a kid to opt-out, without hurting the sentiments of his/her parents?

I have seen many telling the problem is family pressure and not with the scheme of the Jama’at. Isn’t it clear from these points that Jama’at want the parents to “force” their kids into this scheme?

I could only wish that no Ahmadi kid’s dreams were crushed with this scheme because their parents told them “Your wishes no longer matter. You are sacrificed to the Jama’at

Note: If the link doesn’t work. Try the archived link here:

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his prophecy about the slaughter of 2 goats (1884 to 1897)

In 1893, MGA was hinting that this revelation from 10 years earlier (see BA quote) was about the Muhammadi Begum situation. In 1897, in MGA’s book, Anjam e Athim, MGA attributed this revelation to his prophecy about Muhammadi Begum. However, by 1903, MGA had changed his mind and claimed it was about his Afghani followers who were executed. He said it again in 1907. MGA allegedly has another revelation in connection with the “2-goat prophecy“, this was a 3-goat prophecy. In the ROR of Dec-1933, the 2nd Khalifa connected it to the execution of Maulavi Ni‘matullah Khan (on August 31, 1924), and Maulavi ‘Abdul-Halim and Qari Nur ‘Ali on February 12, 1925 (See al-Fadl, February 21, 1925, p. 1, quoted in Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, vol. 5, p. 475 via Tadhkirah and the ROR of Dec-1933). In the 1960’s, the Ahmadi imam Jalal ud Din Shams claimed that the 3-goat prophecy was fulfilled in the same way.
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