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December 2019

Abdul Aziz Shura, known as Aziz Kashmiri and he met Jinnah in Kashmir in 1944

Intro
Aziz Kashmiri aka Abdul Aziz Shura (1919 to 2010) was a Lahori-Ahmadi from Srinagar, India. At the age of 24, he started the Urdu paper Roshni (the light) in 1943, which was a weekly in the beginning but has come out as State’s reputed daily. In 1944, at a press conference in Srinagar, Kashmir, Mr. Jinnah gave his view on the issue of whether Ahmadi’s ought to be expelled from certain Muslim organisations. Abdul Aziz Shura, has made a sworn statement, dated 15 January 1988, about the proceedings of this conference. Nevertheless, this was only hearsay.
He wrote “Masih Kashmir Mein” in english as “The Messiah in Kashmir” in 1967, the english version was published in 1973. He worked closely with Kwaja Nazir Ahmad on “Jesus in heaven on Earth” in 1952. He doesn’t seem to have had a proper college education.

Abdul Aziz Shora Of Kashmir Passes Away

Death of veteran Lahore Ahmadi journalist
Authority and reseacher into tomb of Jesus in Kashmir
Asked Quaid-i Azam at press conference “Who is a Muslim”

Obituary by Dr Khurshid Alam Tareen

With great sorrow and grief I am to inform you that one of the founding members of AAIIL (Kashmir) Mr Abdul Aziz Shora Alias Aziz Kashmir breathed his last on April 27, 2010 in SMHS Hospital after a brief illness. Mr Shora was 90 years old, and was born in 1919. He is survived by six sons and one daughter.

He joined journalism at the age of 19. Initially he worked with Urdu weekly ‘Al-Baraq’ and also with Khalsa Gazette. He founded Urdu paper Roshani in 1943, which was a weekly in the beginning but has come out as State’s reputed daily.

Mr Shora hailed from an Ahmadi Family. He had very strong convictions for the jamaat. When Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Ali appealed Ahmadi youth to come forward and get enrolled in Mubaligh Class. He also joined as an honorary member of the class. He was the only young man with a clean shave, all other members had beard. One of the old members questioned Late Hazrat Amir, Sir isn’t this a class of Ahmadiyya Mubalighs? He wanted to highlight the non-existence of Shora Sahib’s beard. To his question Hazrat Amir Replied aren’t you one of them?

Shora Sahib’s paper regularly published articles on Islam and Ahmadiyyat. He wanted to give this paper to Jamaat, but Jamaat didn’t have funds to run it. Hazrat Amir suggested that let Shora Sahib run the paper of his own since he is also spreading the light of Ahmadiyyat so Jamaat will give him some financial help. This was given in the shape of books.

Because of his sincerity and hard work he was chosen as General Secretary to the Press Forum of Jammu & Kashmir. Just before partition of India Hazrat Qaid-e-Azam Mr Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent his holidays in Srinagar. The press people wanted to interview the Qaid. Mr Shora was also among the journalists who met the Qaid. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan and his Ahrari counterparts had put a demand that Ahmadis should be declared Kafirs, and as such shouldn’t be allowed membership in Muslim League. Mr Shora posed same question to the Qaid-e-Azam to which he replied in English:

“What right I have to declare a person non-Muslim when he claims to be a Muslim. Any body who wants to get enrolled in Muslim League can do so irrespective of caste and creed.”

This interview was published in almost all leading papers of India including “Inqilaab” of Lahore. When Pakistan Assembly declared Ahmadis as Non-Muslims in 1973, the same article was reprinted in both Roshani and Paigham-e-Sulah Lahore.

Mr Shora Sahib was well read and had very good aptitude for research work. He also helped Khawja Nazir Ahmad during compilation of his monumental book “Jesus in Heaven on Earth.” Mr Kashmiri published his individual research as an independent venture under the title “Masi Kashmir Mein”, which was later translated into English with lot of new material. This English version bears the title “Christ in Kashmir.” This book has undergone several editions so far. He was acknowledged as a living authority on the Tomb of Jesus Christ at Rozabal Srinagar.

All the researchers who have worked on this subject met Mr Shora without fail. BBC team which was working on the Rozabal Tomb made a documentary of their research. YouTube has a video clip of the same, in which Mr Shora has been referred as an authority on the subject.

Mr Shora Sahib’s demise is great loss to Kashmir and Lahore Jamaat. May Allah bless his soul and grant him Jannat al-firdos. All Jamaat’s are requested to offer Namaaz Janaza for this noble soul.

At the time of our second South Africa case in the late 1980s, Abdul Aziz Shora made a sworn declaration (original in Urdu in my possession) about the reply given by Mr Jinnah at the press conference about Ahmadis. Details are as below.

In 1944, at a press conference in Srinagar, Kashmir, Mr. Jinnah gave his view on the issue of whether Ahmadis ought to be expelled from certain Muslim organisations. An Ahmadi journalist who was present, Mr. Abdul Aziz Shura, editor Roshni, has made a sworn statement, dated 15 January 1988, about the proceedings of this conference. We quote from this below:

“I, Abdul Aziz Shura, known as Aziz Kashmiri, editor of the daily Roshni, Srinagar, Kashmir, make the following declaration under oath.

“A delegation of the Kashmir Press Conference, Srinagar, which included several leading newspaper men, met Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, President of the Muslim League, at his appointed time, on 23 May 1944 at 11 a.m., at ‘Koshik’, Nishat, Srinagar, and asked various questions.

“I asked Quaid-i-Azam, Who can join the All-India Muslim League? At this, Mr. M. A. Sabir, editor of al-Barq, told the Quaid-i-Azam that the background to the question was probably that in Kashmir Ahmadis were not allowed to join the Muslim conference. Quaid-i-Azam smiled and recorded his reply as follows:

‘I have been asked a disturbing question, as to who among the Muslims can be a member of the Muslim Conference. It has been asked with particular reference to the Qadianis. My reply is that, as far as the constitution of the All-India Muslim League is concerned, it stipulates that any Muslim, without distinction of creed or sect, can become a member, provided he accepts the views, policy and programme of the Muslim League, signs the form of membership and pays the subscription. I appeal to the Muslims of Jammu and Kashmir not to raise sectarian questions, but instead to unite on one platform under one banner. In this lies the welfare of the Muslims. In this way, not only can Muslims make political and social progress effectively, but so can other communities, and so also can the state of Kashmir as a whole.’

“Mr. M. A. Sabir tried as hard as he could to persuade the Quaid-i-Azam to declare Qadianis as being out of the fold of Islam. But the Quaid-i-Azam stuck resolutely to his principle and kept on replying: ‘What right have I to declare a person non-Muslim, when he claims to be a Muslim’.

“The proceedings of this press conference were published, under my signature, in the Riyasati of that time and the Lahore newspapers, especially Inqilab, Shahbaz, Zamindar, Siyasat etc.”

A brief report of this press conference is given in the Urdu book Tahrik Hurriyyat Kashmir, by Rashid Taseer, published by Muhafiz Publications, Srinagar, in volume 2 which covers the period 1936–1945 on pages 290–291. It refers to Mr. Jinnah’s reply on the Ahmadiyya issues as follows:

“Reporters asked him a question about Ahmadis, that they were not being permitted to join the Muslim Conference because they were considered to be non-Muslims. What was his view on this? Mr. Jinnah said: ‘Who am I to declare as non-Muslim a man who calls himself a Muslim?’ It was after this that almost all the Ahmadis of Kashmir joined the Muslim Conference.”

In a footnote, the names of several journalists are listed who attended this press conference. Among the names are: Mr. Ghulam Muhiyy-ud-Din Nur, editor Nur, Khawaja Sadr-ud-Din Mujahid, editor Khalid, Mr. Muhammad Ayub Sabir, editor al-Barq, and Mr. Abdul Aziz Shura, editor Roshni.

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Ahmadiyya in Azad Kashmir–the history

Intro
In the history of Ahmadiyya, the Khalifa never seems to have visited the Azad Kashmir area officially. Raja Rahmatullah Khan (jagirdar) of Gouri, which is close to Muzzafarabad, Azad Kashmir, and is close to the border with Pakistan, seems to the earliest Ahmadi in modern day Azad Kashmir. Raja Rahmatullah Khan was given a jagir that was worth 100,000 rupees in those days, which is lots of money. He was also in full co-operation with the evil Dogra rulers. Raja Rahmatullah Khan was also an early Kashmiri-Ahmadi. Raja Rahmatullah Khan eventually quit Ahmadiyya (See at the 44:40 mark). Maulana Mahboob Alam seems to be the first missionary who was sent to Kotli, Azad Kashmir by the Ahmadiyya jamaat, most likely in 1904, he had joined Ahmadiyya in 1897, and was thus a companion of MGA, his age in this era is unknown. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he was able to start lots of Ahmadiyya jamaats in Mirpur and Poonch, ahmadiyya sources claim that he was able to get people to convert to Ahmadiyya from villages like timenkot, Charnali village, Arabari village, there was a certain Ahmadi, Haji Ameer Alam who became the President of all the Ahmadiyya jamaat’s in Azad Kashmir for a long time, he was friends with Maulana Mahboob Alam, he was made an Ahmadi and he donated a masjid (location unknown). In roughly 1910–1913, Maulana Mahboob Alam had already spent at least 5-7 years in the Kotli area getting converts, it is thought that he was sent to Kotli around 1904 by MGA. Nevertheless, by 1910, he was asking to abruptly move to Gujrat and wrote a letter to the Khalifa (Noorudin) wherein he asked for permission, the Khalifa refused, in the meantime, he found a Muslim by the name of Chaudhry Allah Ditta, who seems to have begged Maulana Mahboob Alam to stay and to teach his children the Quran, per Ahmadiyya sources at least. Nevertheless, Chaudhry Allah Ditta had allowed this Maulana Mahboob Alam to stay in a house of his, however, he had sold the land and the Ahmadi imam that he would have to leave soon. Maulana Mahboob Alam flatly refused. Chaudhry Allah Ditta totally went missing after that, this appears to be a murder by the Ahmadi imam. Early on during the Khilafat of Mirza Basheer-ud-din Mahmud Ahmad (started in March of 1914), he asked to leave Azad Kashmir, but even this time the Khalifa refused. After this refusal, he never asked again and thus remained in the Kotli district for the rest of his life. In 1933, he was allowed to visit Qadian during the Jalsa (most likely December) and on his way back, he stopped at his home village in Gujrat. Remember, Maulana Mahboob Alam claimed to receive divine revelations, just like MGA’s “ummati-nabuwwat”, however, it was on a much smaller scale, there is a famous story of how he was revealed Quranic verses. Nevertheless, the story of his death contains one such Quranic verse. He died on January 4th, 1934, in Gujrat and was buried there.
Continue reading “Ahmadiyya in Azad Kashmir–the history”

The Malaysian government has requested the Pakistan government to stop #Ahmadis from coming over on visit visa’s and then claiming asylum

Intro
As we all know, Ahmadi’s are fast at getting visit visa’s to Malaysia and then refusing to leave Malaysia and returning to Pakistan. You can read about the history of Ahmadiyya in Malaysia herein. This is an asylum scam that we have exposed many times before. Further, there is no Ahmadi persecution in Pakistan, it is all a big lie, the Mirza family has created this just to get people to join Ahmadiyya and then leave Pakistan for greener pastures. Many Pakistani-Christian groups have complained of this before.

Malaysian govt has requested Pakistan govt to stop qadianis from coming to Malaysia in great number. They do not go back to Pakistan and disappear in Malaysia to apply for political asylum. They are also found involved in crimes. They do so in the hope that they would get asylum in Europe through UNHCR.

On receipt of this letter from Malaysia, the govt of Pakistan has issued a letter directing the FIA Immigration to take action against travel agents involved in this business. They are involved in human trafficking they fabricate false stories of persecution on these Qadianis so as to get the attention of UNHCR.

In this regard, sources in FIA has disclosed the names of Lahore and Chunabnagar based Qadiani agents Zaeem Ahmad Bhutta, Malik Basharat and Abdul Aziz But from Gujrat and M Tariq from Kharian. These human traffickers charge Rs 1 Million to 2 million for their services in this regard.

In Malaysia, the Ahmadiyya Movement is running the same scam.

In terms of Thailand, Pakistani Christian’s have responded to the Ahmadiyya Movement with these videos on the christian asylum seeker youtube channel. George Naz is the guy getting interviewed. T

In terms of Germany, the Ahmadiyya Movement is also running an asylum scam, Samina Khan has exposed them thoroughly.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________(Daily Ummat Karachi 25 December 2019)
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Who is Raja Atta Muhammad Khan?

Intro
The earliest Kashmiri-Ahmadi was Raja Atta Muhammad Khan sahib (died 1904) who was a jagirdar in the village of Yari pora, which is South Kashmir and falls into to the Kulgam district. Raja Ata Muhammad Khan was authorized by MGA to take the bait for anyone to enter Ahmadiyya (see at the 30:15 mark). He was the son of Sher Muhammad Khan. Raja Atta Muhammad Khan worked for the evil Dogra rulers in Gilgit as a District Magistrate. Raja Atta Muhammad Khan became an ahmadi very early on, he was totally blind at the time. He became an Ahmadi before Haji Umar Dar, however, the year is unclear. (roughly 1889). He initially sent Raja Haider Khan to Qadian to investigate Ahmadiyya. It is unclear how he heard about Ahmadiyya. Raja Haider Khan stayed in Qadian for 21 days and converted to Ahmadiyya. By 2019, there seem to 4 additional villages in the south area of Kashmir that have a significant Ahmadi population (roughly 10,000 per Ahmadiyya sources), Reashinagar village, also spelled Reshnagri, see the google map page herein, Abdur Rahman Itu is the President of this Ahmadiyya village, which is reported as the largest Ahmadiyya village in Kashmir. Another village is Shurat village in Kulgam. Kulgam is a huge city center, Ahmadi’s seem to be located only in the village of Shurat, however, they may have spread around.There lots of young Ahmadi’s who are serving in the police and are teachers for the government of India, much to the consternation of the local Muslim community. There are 5 Ahmadiyya run schools in South Kashmir, mostly in these small villages. Basharat Ahmed Dar, village head of Asnoor is the official Ahmadiyya representative for his village, he seems to be a descendant of Khwaja Abdul Ghaffar Dar. The last two Ahmadi-only villages are Kani pora and Yari pora, both of these villages fall into to the Kulgam district, not much is known of these small and obscure villages. There is also an Ahmadiyya place of worship just north of Rajouri, its called Mosque Dehri Ralyote. This seems to be a new mosque, built in the past 40 years, we are unsure who had it built. There is also an ahmadi place of worship called Masjid Fazl in Poonch, Kashmir, India. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s are there in the old town area of Poonch. There is also one Ahmadiyya mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir.

A story about Raja Atta Muhammad Khan from Ahmadiyya history
(Tareekh Ahmadiyyat Jamun’o Kashmir by Muhammad Asadullah Kashmiri Pages 27-29)

“”””Hazrat Raja Atta Muhammad Khan Sahib Jaagirdaar (ra) who was from Kashmir was among one of the first few companions of the Promised Messiah (as). There is a faith inspiring incident which took place in his life which is somewhat like this that once as he was returning back to Qadian he reached Gari Habibullah and along with his two friends, he stayed with the leader of the village named Muhammad Hussein Khan. In those days, the opposition against Ahmadiyyat had fueled quite a bit and the local Maulwis had declared that Ahmadis were liable to be killed. The Maulwis said to Muhammad Hussein that you will receive a great reward for killing this Ahmadi. Muhammad Hussein Khan came under their influence and he appointed some of his people to kill all three Ahmadi guests during the night. Raja Atta Muhammad Sahib had no clue about this plan so he went to sleep as usual. It is written that a little while into the night, he saw the Promised Messiah (as) in a dream who said to him that Raja Sahib, plans have been made for your murder. You should leave right now. Thus, he got up, woke up his other friends and quietly left from there during the night. During their journey, they offered their prayers and then saw that the minister of the mayor was running behind them on his horse and that he had brought some food with him. He congratulated Raja Sahib for saving his life and also informed him of the mischief that the Maulwis tried to pull off. He surprisingly asked Raja Sahib as to how he found out about this plan and how did he decide to leave from there? Raja Sahib then relayed the dream that he saw to him.”””

His children
Raja Atta Muhammad Khan had 2 sons, Khwaja Ghulam Muhammad and Raja Abdur Rahman. Raja Abdur Rahman married the daughter of Raja Rahmatullah Khan (jagirdar) of Gouri, which is close to Muzzafarabad, Azad Kashmir, and is close to the border with Pakistan. Raja Rahmatullah Khan was given a jagir that was worth 100,000 rupees in those days, which is lots of money. He was also in full co-operation with the evil Dogra rulers. Raja Rahmatullah Khan was also an early Kashmiri-Ahmadi. Raja Rahmatullah Khan eventually quit Ahmadiyya.

1848
He had been given lots of money and land as part of the 1848 Amritsar Treaty, wherein Dogra Rule was enacted in Kashmir. He got his from Maharaja Gulab Singh.

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Maulvi Muhammad Shah was the first Ahmadi missionary sent to Kashmir

Intro
Per Khwaja Ghulam Abdul Ghaffar, Maulvi Muhammad Shah was the first Ahmadi missionary sent to Kashmir. He was a companion of MGA also, he was sent to Kashmir during the Khilafat of Noorudin (1908–1914). He was married to the daughter (Khadija Begum) of Faqir Ahmad Bhatti. Maulvi Muhammad Shah was ethnically a Balochi. He never had any time off and never got paid any money by his Khalifa, he basically worked for food and housing. Haji Umar Dar seems to have arranged his marriage. By 2019, there seem to 4 additional villages in the south area of Kashmir that have a significant Ahmadi population (roughly 10,000 per Ahmadiyya sources), Reashinagar village, also spelled Reshnagri, see the google map page herein, Abdur Rahman Itu is the President of this Ahmadiyya village, which is reported as the largest Ahmadiyya village in Kashmir. Another village is Shurat village in Kulgam. Kulgam is a huge city center, Ahmadi’s seem to be located only in the village of Shurat, however, they may have spread around.There lots of young Ahmadi’s who are serving in the police and are teachers for the government of India, much to the consternation of the local Muslim community. There are 5 Ahmadiyya run schools in South Kashmir, mostly in these small villages. Basharat Ahmed Dar, village head of Asnoor is the official Ahmadiyya representative for his village, he seems to be a descendant of Khwaja Abdul Ghaffar Dar. The last two Ahmadi-only villages are Kani pora and Yari pora, both of these villages fall into to the Kulgam district, not much is known of these small and obscure villages. There is also an Ahmadiyya place of worship just north of Rajouri, its called Mosque Dehri Ralyote. This seems to be a new mosque, built in the past 40 years, we are unsure who had it built. There is also an ahmadi place of worship called Masjid Fazl in Poonch, Kashmir, India. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s are there in the old town area of Poonch. There is also one Ahmadiyya mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir. Next door in Azad Kashmir, there are barely 300-400 Ahmadi’s in the entire country and a few Ahmadiyya mosques.
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Ahmadiyya in Kerala, India?


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Who was Haji Umar Dar?

Intro
He was the grandfather of Khwaja Abdul Ghaffar Dar. He was not a born Ahmadi. He was a distant relative of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti. His conversion to Ahmadiyya was as follows, he was planning to go for Hajj in 1894, however, the plague had broken out and all transportation routes had been closed. He wrote a letter to his friend, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti and explained his story. Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was already an Ahmadi, he promptly invited him to Qadian. He seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya in 1894, per his grandson, in his only video interview (at the 14:00 mark). Per his grandson, he had never read the Quran up to this point in his life. He also had a brother, Khwaja Rahman Dar, who converted to Ahmadiyya unknowingly based on a land-grab-deal. Curiously, Haji Umar Dar was not mentioned in the famous list of the first 313 Ahmadi’s in 1896. As a result of his conversion, the entire village of Asnoor converted to Ahmadiyya. Even in 2019, there seems to still be an ahmadiyya school there. There were also Ahmadi’s in a nearby village called Koreal, their names were Muhammad Ibrahim Ju, Hasan Ju, and Ghulam Muhammad Ju. Abdul Hayee Sayyed, the interviewer, is also from this village, as well as his father and grandfather. They all seem to be connected, all these “Ju” brothers (5 of them) seem to have become Ahmadi missionaries. By 2019, there seem to 4 additional villages in the south area of Kashmir that have a significant Ahmadi population (roughly 10,000 per Ahmadiyya sources), Reashinagar village, also spelled Reshnagri, see the google map page herein, Abdur Rahman Itu is the President of this Ahmadiyya village, which is reported as the largest Ahmadiyya village in Kashmir. Another village is Shurat village in Kulgam. Kulgam is a huge city center, Ahmadi’s seem to be located only in the village of Shurat, however, they may have spread around.There lots of young Ahmadi’s who are serving in the police and are teachers for the government of India, much to the consternation of the local Muslim community. There are 5 Ahmadiyya run schools in South Kashmir, mostly in these small villages. Basharat Ahmed Dar, village head of Asnoor is the official Ahmadiyya representative for his village, he seems to be a descendant of Khwaja Abdul Ghaffar Dar. The last two Ahmadi-only villages are Kani pora and Yari pora, both of these villages fall into to the Kulgam district, not much is known of these small and obscure villages. There is also an Ahmadiyya place of worship just north of Rajouri, its called Mosque Dehri Ralyote. This seems to be a new mosque, built in the past 40 years, we are unsure who had it built. There is also an ahmadi place of worship called Masjid Fazl in Poonch, Kashmir, India. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s are there in the old town area of Poonch. There is also one Ahmadiyya mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir. Next door in Azad Kashmir, there are barely 300-400 Ahmadi’s in the entire country and a few Ahmadiyya mosques. He had met Raja Atta Muhammad Khan (who was the first Ahmadi from Azad-Kashmir, muzzafarabad area).

His children
Son—‘Abdur-Rahman (See Haqiqatul Wahy, online english edition).

1902
He had a standing dispute with his younger brother at this time, the younger brother was demanding that the family land be split evenly between the 2 brothers, per Islamic Law, however, Umar Dar refused, and instead wanted to use Kashmiri customs which seem to be against the Quran. Nevertheless, after converting to Ahmadiyya, he seems to have paid off this dispute in a deal. At that point (roughly 1902), Khwaja Rahman Dar also converted to Ahmadiyya. A few years later, the entire village seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya, the last standing Muslim was Umar Wey, who finally converted to Ahmadiyya, although he never knew what Ahmadiyya was.

1907
MGA mentioned him directly in 1907, in his famous book, Haqiqatul Wahy (See page 587 of the online english edition).

Links and Related Essays
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/06/the-life-and-death-of-maulvi-abdul-karim-sialkoti/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/28/who-is-raja-ata-muhammad-khan/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/12/who-is-khwaja-abdul-ghaffar-dar-kashmiri/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reshnagri

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kulgam

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/29/ahmadiyya-in-azad-kashmir-the-history/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/12/who-is-khwaja-abdul-ghaffar-dar-kashmiri/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/03/11/are-there-really-10000-ahmadis-in-kashmir-india/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/06/14/was-an-ahmadi-made-the-1st-president-of-azad-kashmir/

Pics of the Ahmadiyya school in Asnoor, Kashmir, India
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Taleemul+Islam+Ahmadiyya+Public+School+Asnoor/@33.6321577,74.8362996,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1sAF1QipPR9Uh8Qv9cbo5-9beWF_fnzpf_R9PwvfdXgMSN!2e10!3e12!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipPR9Uh8Qv9cbo5-9beWF_fnzpf_R9PwvfdXgMSN%3Dw114-h86-k-no!7i3264!8i2448!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x38e1fc60aff23d69:0x2a00b9c33da792e8!2sAsnoor!3b1!8m2!3d33.6335277!4d74.8346296!3m4!1s0x38e1fc5d7efb53ab:0xe822181443575734!8m2!3d33.6321576!4d74.8362996

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“Rabwah aur Qadian jo hum ne dekha” by Mateen Khalid

INTRODUCTION
Khawaja Abdul Hameed Butt was born in around 1910 in Qadian. His father Molvi Imamuddin belonged to a Kashmiri family settled in Qadian. He was a Sunni Muslim. Khwaja Abdul Hameed Butt studied in (TI) Taleemul Islam School Qadian. He has penned down the contemporary events and conditions prevalent in Qadian. There seems to be a book that he wrote wherein he wrote his memories of Rabwah and Qadian. In the below we have provided summaries of our research work. Read about Professor Aslam and what he saw at Qadian in the 1970’s herein.
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Syed Abdul Majeed Amjad Bukhari and Ahmadiyya

Intro
We have found a book by Muhammad Tahir Abdul Razzaq, which is an autobiography of Syed Abdul Majeed Amjad Bukhari, it is entitled, “Hum Nay Kadian Mein Kia Dekha” (What We Saw In Qadian). The book has been published by Alami Majlis Tahaffuz Khatme Nabuwwat Hazuri Bagh Road Multan.

We have posted a detailed summary and scans in the below. He seems to have been a student at Qadian and knew the inner working of the Mirza and Noorudin family. 
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad also claimed to be the second coming of Dhul-Qarnain, from Quran 18:83

Intro
After MGA died in May of 1908, the new Khalifa, Maulvi Noorudin ordered the publishing of many books, Jesus in India was published (as an incomplete book) and the Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was finally published in October of 1908. In fact, in 1906, in Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA and his team of writers were arguing that since the Quran took 23 years to be revealed, the same was true in terms of the 5th volume of the Barahin, which was like the Quran per MGA. Nevertheless, in this book, MGA claims to be Dhul-Qarnain. He claims that the Quranic verses of Chapter 18, verses 83–103 (see page 151 of the online english version of BA5) are all about himself (MGA), specifically, 18:83, which would be 18:84 in the Qadiani-Ahmadi quran, since they add a verse to every chapter. MGA and his team of writers mention the word Dhul-Qarnain 28 times in this book. Historically, MGA first made the claim that he is Dhulqarnain in Lecture Lahore, which is also in Essence of Islam Vol. 3 (1904). His name is also spelled as such Dhulqarnain. The ROR of February-1913 also claims that MGA is the same Dhul Qarnain who was mentioned in the Quran. As does the ROR of June-1918.
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