It should be noted that just in March of 1913, in the English Review of Religions, the losses of the Ottoman Empire were reported via an essay on the Balkan War. The Ottoman Empire had lost mostly all of their european possessions. However, in late June, the Ottoman Empire invaded again and gained land via the Treaty of Constantinople which was signed in late September of 1913. Up to this point, the Ahmadiyya Movement didn’t give any indication that MGA had any revelations about the fall and re-gain of the Ottoman empire.
We have found an un-dated Ahmadiyya pamphlet, which matched the August edition of english Review of Religion’s of 1913, Maulvi Sher Ali was the editor at that time. The title is “A Mighty Prophecy Fulfilled in the Balkan War” by the editor of the Review of Religions. You can read about the Balkan Wars herein as needed. Nevertheless, the Maulvi Sher Ali was claiming that the losses suffered by the Ottoman Empire were predicted by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad back in 1904 (See the refs in the below). They also claim that MGA had predicted the partition of Bengal. They also assert that MGA had prophecies about Persia, Korea and Japan come true.
However, the revelation that was given by Maulvi Sher Ali in 1913 doesn’t appear in any Ahmadi literature ever again until Tadhkirah in 1935. Sher Ali claims that it was a revelation from January 4th, 1904, thus, it makes this revelation easy to find. We have found it in the 1976 english edition of Tadhkirah, however, Zafrullah Khan translated the Urdu word ________ as Byzantines, and thus confused the reader, it should have read Romans. In the 2006 edition of Tadhkirah, it says the same (Byzantines). In the 2009 english edition of Tadhkirah, it appears as “Romans”. The 2018-2019 edition also says “Romans”. Its unclear what the urdu editions of 1935, 1965, 1969 and 2004 have to say.
A mighty Prophecy Fulfilled In The Balkan War
“In the state of Kabul, there shall die 85,000”
“In Europe and other Christian countries there shall appear a kind of plague which will be very severe”.
Urdu ROR, January, page 40
“”Turkey will be vanquished in a land hard by but will soon get the upper hand after the defeat”
What are the Balkan Wars?
The Balkan Wars (Turkish: Balkan Savaşları, literally “the Balkan Wars” or Balkan Faciası, meaning “the Balkan Tragedy”) consisted of two conflicts that took place in the Balkan Peninsula in 1912 and 1913. Four Balkan states defeated the Ottoman Empire in the first war. In the Second Balkan War, Bulgaria fought against all four original combatants of the first war along with facing a surprise attack from Romania from the north. The conflicts ended catastrophically for the Ottoman Empire, which lost the bulk of its territory in Europe. Austria-Hungary, although not a combatant, became relatively weaker as a much enlarged Serbia pushed for union of the South Slavic peoples. The war set the stage for the Balkan crisis of 1914 and thus served as a “prelude to the First World War“.
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