After the outbreak of WW-2, the British government became desperate and began making more and more Indian’s as officers. As we all know, there was an “Ahmady-only” company and Ahmadi’s were trusted more than any other group of non-whites. The British were so desperate, the Japanese had taken Burma, and many other British colonies in the Far East and they wanted India next. Being an Ahmadi was almost like a certificate that would surely get an Indian person preferential treatment. In fact, even Zia Ul Haq joined Ahmadiyya in 1941. This is an interview of Chaudhary Muhammad Ali who was living in Qadian at that time and attending the T.I. College.

The British wanted Ahmadi’s to become pilots in the British Air Force
The British government spent lots of money here in Qadian. Chaudhary Muhammad Ali (a hard core qadiani) tells us that the College in Qadian in the 1940’s was the only college in all of India to have high technology Aircraft simulators and etc. They also had 2 small aircraft there in Qaidan, one un-assembled and one as fully assembled. The Sadr-Anjuman at Qadian had even purchased a few planes for themselves (see at the 21:00 minute mark). This is probably why Bashir Ahmad Orchard converted to Ahmadiyya, since he saw their amazing relationship with the British government. Spate drew a map of Qadian and mentioned how a crashed aircraft torso was being used at Qadian for training purposes.

In 1974, Bhutto starting removing Ahmadi Generals and other high ranking Ahmadi officers
This caused Ahmadi’s to hate Bhutto and to eventually prop up Zia Ul Haq to execute Bhutto.

This is a golden era in Ahmadiyya history, they were re-instated into government and military positions. Specifically, in 1982, there is a list of Ahmadi’s which proved over-representation of Ahmadi’s in civil jobs.

By 1987, Ahmadi’s were generals again
It seems that Zia began promoting Ahmadi’s again, he was never against Ahmadi’s in the first place.

Famous Ahmadi officer’s who almost made General
Major Syed Maqbool Ahmad was a colleague of Zia and one of the founders of ISI.

Nasir Ahmad Faruqi (a Lahori-Ahmadi)
He was the principal secretary for Ayub Khan from 1959 to 1969 as well as Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan for the 1965 election, which was totally rigged. The elections in Pakistan were under his control in 1970 also.

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