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 alislam.org 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)”.
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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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