MGA and his team of writers were academically dishonest as they connected Yuz Asaf to Esa (as). Written in 1899, and partly serialized in Review of Religions in 1902 and 1903, the book itself was posthumously published on 20th November 1908 per the order of the Khalifa, Maulvi Hakeem Noorudin. Braheen e Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was also posthumously published in October of 1908. The first complete English translation was published in 1944. It was an incomplete book, missing many chapters.

It was mentioned in the ROR of Dec-1934, in fact, a man named Chaudhry Bashir Ahmad wrote an essay entitled, “Crucifixion Theory Refuted” wherein he quoted this book.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essay’s

Reverend Weitbrecht of Lahore vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the Yuz Asaf theory

Click to access Jesus-in-India.pdf

Pappas, Paul Constantine, “Jesus’ tomb in India : the debate on his death and Resurrection” (1991)—he accuses Ahmadiyya of academic dishonesty

Who is Mohammad-Baqer Majlesi?

Relevance of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s scholarly publications in today’s modern world

Sir Syed’s view on Esa (as)–1882

Yuz Asaf is not Esa (as)

Click to access Letter_of_Maulvi_Abdullah.pdf

John Rippon rips the Ahmadiyya belief that Esa (As) =Yuz Asaph and was buried in Kashmir

“The Alleged Sojourn of Christ in India” (1894) by Max Muller

Edgar J. Goodspeed also refuted Jesus in India

James Archibald Douglas refuted Nicholas Notovitch in 1895 and 1896

Lahori-Ahmadis cast doubt on the Jesus in India theory

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was dishonest as he quoted Ayn-ul-Hayat, as he lied about Yuz Asaf (1898)


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