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August 2019

“Ahmad, The Messenger of the Latter Days”, full book, by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad (1924)

We found another rare Ahmadiyya book. This is “Ahmad, The Messenger of the Latter Days, Part-1, by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad (1924). It was published from Qadian, but it was also available from Madras, India. The book could also be ordered from Chicago and London. This specific book has never been available on the website.

The ROR of Dec-1915 has an article, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days”. The Jan-1917 edition of the ROR has an article, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days” (Part-1). The ROR of Feb-March-1917 has an article, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days” (Part-2) translated into english by Abul Hashem Khan (M.A.). The ROR of June-1917 has an article, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days” (Part-3) translated into english by Abul Hashem Khan (M.A.).

Ahmadiyya leadership has lied for years and years about the birth-year of MGA. MGA himself told the world that he was born in 1839 or 1840, he wrote that in 1897, in his famous Kitab ul Barriya. In this book, Mahmud Ahmad is trying his best to argue that MGA was born in 1836 or 1837, however, he quotes Lepel Griffin’s famous, “Punjab Chiefs”, wherein Mr. Griffin tells us that it was only after Ranjit Singh Died in June of 1839 that MGA was born. Mahmud Ahmad seems to quote the 1909 edition of Lepel’s Punjab Chiefs, which has a different name, “Revised as Chiefs and Families of note in the Punjab (1909)”.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The full book

Ahmad The Messenger of the Latter Days

Some brief notes

—They were so embarrassed by MGA’s dozy eyes, they were forced to edit them.

—Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad acknowledges that all Ahmadiyya documents always wrote MGA’s birth date as 1839 or 1840.

(See page 6) “Mention must be made of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, younger son of Ghulam Murtaza and founder of the remarkable religious movement known as the Ahmadiyya.  Born in 1839, he received an excellent education, and in 1891 he declared himself to be the Promised Mahdi or Messiah of the Muslim faith…..”
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“The Punjab Chiefs”, 1909 edition, officially states that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was born in 1839

MGA was born in 1839, per the ROR of June 1906 and many other sources

Ahmadiyya leadership about the Date-of-Birth of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Click to access reviewreligionsenglish1908.pdf

Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter days: By Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad (1924)

Happy Birthday to You Mirza Ghulam

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad swears that he was nearly 60 years old in 1901

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq helped change the Date of Birth of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad from 1839/40 to 1835

MGA was born in 1839, per the ROR of June 1906 and many other sources

Who is Abul Hashem Khan Choudri?


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Riots in Qadian after the boundary commission gave Gurdaspur to India-1947–200 Ahmadi’s killed?

We found an important government level document which reports rioting in Qadian after the Khalifa left for Lahore. There is another story that is similar, it is about how a Sikh murdered an Ahmadi in 1947. This report tells us that 200 Ahmadi’s were killed.  What is strange about this, is the fact that it was never reported by Ahmadi sources. These murders seem to have happened after the Khalifa and his entourage left for Lahore.


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The Review of Religions, January of 1940

Dear readers, my team and I have another piece of Ahmadiyya history, the ROR of January 1940.  This essay quotes the famous “Truth About The Split” written in 1922 and translated into english in 1924.  The editor is A. Q. Niaz, B.A.  We are unsure who this is.  Read other OR entries here:

ROR, January-1940

Links and Related Essays

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The Al-fazl of 11 June 1952

We have found a story from 1952. We are not sure what to do with it yet. Nevertheless, the story is as follows, In Alfazl Akhbar of 11 June 1952, a statement of a fact, On page 4 there is 4th installment of “Ravayat e Mahmood” told by Hazrat Amirul Momaneen (mirza Mahmood Ahmad, the Khalifa) and compiled by Malik Fazal Hussain Sahib Ahmadi Mahajar. In red box, as it is 4rth instalment so the number given to this particular narration is 35, it says:

“Hazrat Masih Maoud (mirza Ghulam) told us that his father (mirza Ghulam Murtza) age was 85 years at the time of his death. He was suffering from Paytchesh (intestinal disease loose motions, Ishaal, Haiza). So he arranged the toilet (Pakhana) near his bed (charpai). He was just getting up for relieving himself (defecate) and his servant offered his help to support him, but he (mahmood father) pushed him back and said that he was not that far gone that you are offering me support. After relieving himself from defecation, to lie down, he overcame by the last moments (nazaa), he still had some energy to direct himself to Hazrat Masih Maoud and said, “Look that is the one called Ghulam Ahmad” (dekho iss ko ghulam ahmad kehtay hain) it was time of gherghra, last moments.
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Who is Maulvi Yar Muhammad?

Watch my Tik Tok video on this herein. Maulvi Yar Muhammad was the fanatical Ahmadi who seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya after 1905 (roughly). Per Ahmadiyya sources, Maulvi Yar Muhammad would jump prayer lines during prayers and stroke MGA’s entire body in a sexual way. He was also a teacher of sorts for Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. In 1921, Mirza Mahmud Ahmad (The Khalifa) mentioned Yar Muhammad 8 times in his book “Aenas-Sadaqat” aka “Truth About the Split”, he mentioned how Yar Muhammad had opposed Ahmadiyya by 1911, he also wrote that Yar Muhammad was crazy in his Tafsir. Further, Mahmud Ahmad was calling Esa (As) as crazy and then gave Yar Muhammad’s name as an example of pious people who are crazy. When MGA  spoke or delivered lecture he had the habit of motioning his hand towards his thighs. When he moved his hand in this manner Maulawi Yar Muhammad Sahib jumped up and came close to him. When asked why he did so he would say the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) had gestured him to come close to him. Thus was his obsessive love for the Promised Messiah that he even considered his reflex actions to mean a beckoning gesture. He seems to have left Ahmadiyya by 1911 and opposed the Khilafat of Noorudin, by 1920, he wrote his famous book on Ahmadiyya issues, in this book, he explains how MGA’s prophecies failed.

He was a qualified lawyer.
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Who is Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal? (1881–1967)

Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal was a pawn of Mirza Basheer-ud Din Mahmud before and after his Khilafat, he was never a Qazi (Judge), this was a name that was given to him out of respect. He was born on March 25, 1881 in Goleki, Pakistan, he was the son of an Maulana Imam ud Din (it is unclear whether he was an Ahmadi or not. He went to a mission-school in Gujrat, Pakistan for his schooling starting in 1895, by 1897, he matriculated, he then traveled to Qadian and signed the bait form. He grew up to be a hard-core Qadiani-Ahmadi and was willing to do anything to please the Mirza family. He was a sickly-man. He barely matriculated, he never went to college, he was sick all the time!! In 1906, he moved to Qadian and became an assistant editor of the Al-Badr, he wrote a few books while at Qadian, “Tasdiq ul Maseeh”, “Zahoor Ul Maseeh”, “Zahoor Ul Mahdi”, “Miyar ul Sadiqeen”, “Shahadutal Furqan” and many others. Shortly thereafter, per Ahmadiyya sources, he was transferred to the editorship of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad’s magazine, the Tashhidhul Adhhan. As soon as the Al-Fazl started, he was then transferred to the editorship of the Al-Fazl. In fact, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad could not have launched this magazine without Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal. He went on to be an editor for the Urdu edition of the Review of Religions. In 1926, he was the main editor of the Misbah (Ahmadiyya women’s magazine), which lasted 11 years til 1937. In 1937, Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal became the editor of all Ahmadiyya magazines, as management of magazines was centralized. He seems to have retired in 1948.

He was instrumental in starting the Ahmadiyya jamaat in Goleki.

Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad raped his daughter in 1906 and beat the case.
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“Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition free download

My team and I have found an older book from Pakistan on the Ahmadiyya Movement. This book has lots of old references and information, we will slowly extract all relevant data. Our brother, @ZakirHussainMDI has been posting quotes from it in 2021 on twitter. An important reference was about MGA eating biscuits from England (waleiti) which were made in pig fat.
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“Qadiyaniat an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition free download
Links and Related Essay’s

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad ate biscuits which most likely had pig fat in them, he didn’t care, they blamed Muhammad (saw)


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Did MGA abrogate Jihad in 1900, as he became a prophet?

In British-India, after the famous rebellion of 1857, all remaining islamic groups were forced into submission to the British. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wrote that Jihad wasn’t legal, the Ahl-e-Hadith movement also wrote that Jihad was not allowed against a government that allowed religious freedom (See the comments by Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi in his newspaper, ahl-e-Sunnah in the 1880’s). In fact, MGA was also a member of the ahl-e-hadith aka Wahabi’s, they even arranged his second marriage in 1884 and read the Nikkah.

Historically, MGA and his team wrote “The British government and Jihad” and had it published on May 22, 1900. This is the same era wherein MGA began to realize that he was in-fact a prophet. In this book, MGA forcefully wrote against Jihad. MGA asserted that the commandment for Jihad was time-specific and not forever. MGA seems to have waffled and was purposely unclear.

Right after that book came Arba`een wherein MGA also claims that Jihad is finished from this time forward. MGA then discussed how he stopped Jihad in Tohfa-e- Goldrawiyah. However, Griswold noted in his famous essay vs. Qadianism that MGA had only temporarily stopped Jihad, since the conditions for Jihad were not present in British India. However, MGA quoted the hadith from Bukhari wherein it was written that Religious wars would end during the time of the Messiah. MGA and his team were academically dishonest in this regard, the hadith from Bukhari explains how the Mahdi will convert the world to Islam, the Messiah would convert the Jews and Christians and thus, Jihad would end, and Jizya, since everyone would become Muslim.

However, after WW-2 and the end of British rule (1947), the Ahmadiyya Khalifa authorized offensive Jihad, and thus, totally contradicted MGA, since MGA had claimed that all religious wars had come to an end based on his own advent. The offensive Jihad that was authorized was via the Furqan Force in Kashmir, this was an Ahmadi-only regiment. Ahmadi’s also had control of Azad Kashmir, via Ghulam Nabi Gilkar. Thus, the offensive Jihad of Ahmadi’s took place in Kashmir in 1947-1949. After MGA died, an Ahmadi claimed that MGA was a law-bearing prophet and had abrogated Jihad.
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In 1911, Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri claimed to be the leader (Khalifa) of Ahmadi’s

Abdullah Timapuri appears on the scene some time in the last years of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad‘s life.  Like other Qadiani claimants of Divine appointment, he created the fine distinction between him being the ‘Mahdi’ while Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was the ‘Messiah’.  His books were published by the same [Riaz Hind Press] that used to publish the books of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In fact, the back cover of the book presented below shows the list of his books alongside those of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, side by side, and the two columns titled ‘Ahmadi Chain’ and ‘Muhammadi Chain’. A substantial part of the rest of the book can be found in the attachments to this page.  Even the name of this book is derived from a ‘revelation’ of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in which he was given a book by this name, but he never wrote a book with this title. This book, ‘Nahj-al-Musalla’ is filled with the ‘revelations’ and ‘visions’ of Abdullah Timapuri.  Abdullah called himself, in Tafseer Asmani, one of his books, Maamoor minal Allah, Naib Rasool Allah, Muhammad Abdullah, Mazhar E Awal Qudrat e Sani Der Silsila Imam Rubani Hazrat Masih Maood Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani. So Obviously he was claiming big status.  There was also a Maulvi Yar Muhammad who had similar claims.  At the same time Zahir ud Din (also spelled Zahir al_din) was also making claims of prophethood and Khilafat.  Zahir uddin or Al-Din was a clerk in the Canal Department of Gujranwala (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).  Noorudin was thus dealing with 3 claimants, while he wasn’t able to walk, since his leg was amputated and he was vacillating.  It is important to note, that the first claimant of prophethood in Ahmadiyya, after MGA of course was a certain Chiragh ud Din, who was ex-communicated by MGA himself.  We are not sure as to which Yar Muhammad this was.  There were a few in Ahmadiyya history.  Furthermore, it should be noted that Noorudin didn’t care if MGA claimed to be a law-bearing prophet.

Some additional data on Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri from 
Maulvi Abdulla of Timapur (a suburb of Shorapur, in the Deccan) had been successively Sunnite Muslim, Wahhabi, and Ahmadi, before he created his own sect, declaring,

“I am the man from God : You must all follow me.. I am the real Khalifa of Qadian.”

He has about three hundred disciples at present, and is much’ more friendly to Christians than to Muslims. I am indebted for this information to Rev. N. Desai, the pastor of a self-supporting Indian Christian congregation at Shorapur (see Walter).

He is mentioned by Walter in 1916
Walter wrote his historic book about Ahmadiyya in this era.  He mentioned that there was another claimant.  See also, Al-fazl. January 1, 1935, via “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition.

Nur Ahmad Qadiani was another claimant of prophethood in this era
There was yet another Ahmadi who claimed prophethood after MGA, it was Nur Ahmad Qadiani (See “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition, page 259).  
He wrote the book, “Lekulle Ummatin Ajal”, wherein he wrote:

“There is no god but God, : Nur Ahmad is the apostle of God . I am the apostle of Allah. Whosoever obeys me, obeys Allah and whosoever disobeys me has disobeyed Allah. I have been commissioned to be the mercy for all the world as I am a synthesis of all the prophets”

He was also mentioned in the Al-Fazl of Nov. 11,1934, via “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition.

The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad mentions him in 1922
In his book, “Truth About the Split” (1922), he says:

“””In the years 1911 and 1912, some tracts were published by two men named Maulawi Yar
Muhammad and Abdullah Timapuri. Each of these men claimed to be the Imam (leader) of the
Community under special authority from God. There was therefore some danger of people being deceived by their tracts and notices. Hence, Khalifatul Masih Ira was obliged to make an announcement against them in one of his speeches. But the words used by him in the announcement were general and only Abdullah Timapuri was mentioned by name. The words of the announcement were as follows:

“Again, there are young men who are in too great a hurry to write books although they possess neither the wisdom nor the insight required by an author. Mere fancies are of little avail so long as one does not get into touch with facts. Such writings give rise to dissension. If, therefore, difficulties should arise, one ought to seek help from God and have recourse to prayer.  I would warn our members to shun such people. There is a number of them who go about giving publicity to their pretensions.”  (The Badr 25th January 1912). (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).


Zahir ud Deen’s book, “Nabi Ullah Ka Zahur” is published (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).  In fact, the Ahmadiyya newspaper, the Al-Badr published an advertisement for it’s sales (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

The urdu version of the Review of Religions praised Zahir ud Deen’s book, in fact they even called him as a Munshi (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

Noorudin writes a generalized announcement in the Al-Badr newspaper that some men are giving rise to dissensions.  This seems to be about Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri and Maulvi Yar Muhammad(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).

Per Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad in June of 1912, Zahir Al-Din wrote a letter to the Khalifa asking whom the Jan-1912 announcement was about.  Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad reports that the Khalifa clarified that Zahir al-Din was good, the announcement was about Maulvi Yar Muhammad and Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

On July 11th, 1912, per Muhammad Ali, an announcement was published in the Al-Badr wherein Zahir Al- Din was officially ex-communicated by Noorudin (the Khalifa)(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).  The Khalifa called him Zaheer ud Din Arupi.  Arupi is probably the name of the city or village that he was from in India (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

Zahir had repented and was allowed to re-enter the Ahmadiyya Movement at the hand of Noorudin, most likely via a letter of repentance (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).

In the issue of 14 OCT–1912, Zahir ud Din gets published in the Al-Badr in contempt vs. the Khalifa.  He impertinently writes that he disagrees with the Khalifa on many beliefs (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

The second part of his book was published on April 20th, 1913, it was only 12 pages and entitled, “Ahmad Rasul ul Allah, Ka Zahur”, in english as : “Ahmad, the messenger of Allah, his appearance”(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).  In this book, he formulated a new Kalima for Ahmadi’s, which replaced the word “Muhammad” from the Kalima with “Ahmad”, which was a direct reference to (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).  the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad agrees that this book was published in April of 1913(See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

A newer Ahmadiyya newspaper, “Al-Haq” tells Ahmadi’s to leave Zahir ud Din, Maulvi Yar Muhammad and Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri alone.  The editor of this newspaper is Mir Qasim Ali.  However, there was no official letter or announcement of ex-communication by the Khalifa, most likely because the Khalifa was out of commission based on his health.  Nevertheless, there is no announcement of ex-communication by the Khalifa.

Zahir ud din was made a member of the advisory committee, which was formed at Lahore after the death of Noorudin (vide the Paigham-e-Sulh of 24th March, 1914) and his articles against the family Khilafat found a place in Maulawi Muhammad Ali’s magazine called the Al-Mahdi (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

Zahir ud Din was present at the Lahori-Ahmadi Jalsa of this year and was even allowed to speak (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).

Links and Related Essays—the-expected-mahdi

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Here are more pages from his book:

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