Khwaja Nazir Ahmad was the son of the famous Lahori-Ahmadi and MGA’s personal lawyer, Khwaja Kamal ud Din. He wrote the famous, “Jesus in Heaven on Earth” (1952) which was published from the Woking, UK and Lahore, Pakistan. It immediately banned by the governor of the Punjab in April of 1953, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s then won a court case and got it re-published in Pakistan in 1956 (see the foreward). Khwaja Nazir Ahmad’s uncle was Khwaja Jamal ud Din, who worked in Jammu on behalf of the British government from at least1905 to the 1930’s. In the 1990’s, a famous professor (Pappas) accused Ahmadi’s and specifically Khwaja Nazir Ahmad  and his famous book of academic dishonesty. Academic reception of all Ahmadi’s who conducted research works has been highly critical – academics dismissing these claims includes Günter GrönboldWilhelm SchneemelcherNorbert KlattPer Beskow, and Gerald O’Collins.[12]

In 1953, in court, the Lahori-Ahmadi, Khwaja Nazir Ahmad confirms that Allama Muhammad Iqbal joined Ahmadiyya formally in 1897 (See “Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal and the Ahmadiyya Movement” by Hafiz Sher Muhammad {A Lahori-Ahmadi}, see page 9).

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