Chaudhry Mohammad Hussain was the father of the famous Dr. Abdus Salam (See the Al-Nahl magazine of 1997). He was born on 9-3-1891 at Jhang. He had a total of 9 children. Most of this data is taken from an essay from his son, Chaudhry Abdul Hamid, which was published in the Al-Nahl of 1997.
With his first wife
—one daughter, Masooda Begum
With his second wife
–SON–Chaudhry Abdul Hamid
At age 24, he enrolled himself at the Islamia College in Lahore in pursuit of a BA. However, he failed-out of this school soon thereafter. It is unknown how he paid for his classes and housing.
Per Ahmadiyya sources, he joined Ahmadiyya just 14 days before the death of Maulvi Noorudin (the Khalifa at the time). This would be roughly February 28th, of 1914. He joined Ahmadiyya on a whim, he didn’t properly study it, Ahmadiyya sources claim that he saw a dream. At this time, he was already engaged to his first cousin from his maternal uncle (mother’s brother). This uncle was a solid Sunni-Muslim and publicly opposed Ahmadiyya. Ahmadiyya sources speak of his death in mockery, as they do with all of the opponents of Ahmadiyya, they are happy when we die and publicize those details, they do this in spite, since we archived the fact that MGA died of excessive diarrhea, which is a major sign of cholera.
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that immediately after becoming an Ahmadi, he mysteriously got a job with the British Government as a temporary teacher at Government High School in Jhang.
He married Saeeda Begum. She died while in child birth on 4-20-1922, their daughter was nevertheless born and named Masooda Begum.
ON may, 11th, he married again, his eldest daughter was roughly 2 years old at the time. He married Hajira Begum, she was the daughter of a companion of MGA, Hafiz Nabi Baksh. There are 3 Nabi Baksh’s that are mentioned in “The Life of Ahmad” by Dard. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that Hafiz Nabi Baksh had came into contact with MGA 10 years before his claims, which makes it roughly 1880-1881. He was a toilet attendant of MGA’s, just like Shaikh Hamid Ali. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he spent many nights with MGA in the Baitul Fikr at Qadian. Only 3 people were allowed to sleep in the Baitul Fikr in those days, those three were MGA, Shaikh Hafiz Hamid Ali and Hafiz Nabi Baksh.
Dr. Abdus Salam is born.
He orders his entire household to serve Abdus Salam like a king.
He seems to have bought some farm land and thus qualified as a farmer, he then has his son, Abdus Salam apply for a scholarship at Cambridge, and it works, Salam gets the money for college.
He moves to Pakistan with the bulk of the Ahmadi’s in the Punjab. He seems to have settled in Multan, Pakistan, or he was already there before the partition and thus didn’t have to move. He became President of a local Ahmadiyya Jamaat.
He retires from Government service and moves back to Jhang, Pakistan.
He moves to England to live with his eldest son, Dr. Abdus Salam.
At age 79, he serves the Jamaat of London, he was the secretary of Taleem and Tarbiyyat.
In December, he abruptly decides to leave England and moves back to Pakistan. On the way to Pakistan, he stops at Mecca and performs Umrah with his son and many members of his family.
He lives all over the country at his 6 son’s homes. Some lived in Sheikhapura, Multan and Karachi. It is unclear what jobs his sons did.
He dies on 4-7-1969 in Karachi. His body was transported to Qadian and buried in a special tract area of Bahishti Maqbara, it is called, “Qit’a-i-Mobashshshireen”, for which the Khalifa (Mirza Nasir Ahmad) has granted special permission in recognition of his services to Ahmadiyya.
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