There are 2 “Shaikh Abdullah’s” in Ahmadiyya history. The first one started off as a Hindu named Thakur Das, Noorudin loved him like a son and secretly converted him to Islam in 1889 in Ludhiana, at MGA’s famous bait ceremony. He eventually quit Ahmadiyya by 1892 and became a great educationalist for women at Aligarh. He was born in 1905 and enters Ahmadiyya history in the early 1930’s, he was already an Ahmadi by that time (see “”Sheikh Abdullah-A Biography: The Crucial Period 1905-1939″”” 2019 Edition By Syed Taffazull Hussain). In 1931, a Britisher who was living in Jammu reported that Shaykh Abdullah, a Qadiani was the leader of the famous 1931 Kashmir riots against the Maharaja.
His books vs. Ahmadiyya
“”‘Ahrar aur Qadiyaninoun Ka Kashmakash””(see “”Sheikh Abdullah-A Biography: The Crucial Period 1905-1939″”” 2019 Edition By Syed Taffazull Hussain, see page 89).
He obtained an M.Sc. in Chemistry from the Aligarh Muslim University (See Hoiberg, Dale H. (2010) p 22-23).
Sheikh Abdullah and his colleagues were greatly influenced by the lectures of a Kashmiri polymath and lawyer Molvi Muhammad Abdullah. Molvi Abdullah‘s son Molvi Abdul Rahim, Abdullah Sheikh and Ghulam Nabi Gilkar were the first three educated Kashmiri youth to be arrested during the public agitation of 1931. He seems to have been an Ahmadi in 1931, as his biographer tells us, see page 68. He was also reported by a Britisher who was living in Kashmir at the time as part of a group of Qadiani’s (see Spencer Lavan). This Britisher was the whistle-blower who broke the story.
He launches the Quit Kashmir Movement.
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