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June 2020

Barahin i Ahmadiyya Volume-4 publish date?

The publish date has never been given. We estimate that it was before June of 1884. Since Muhammad Hussain Batalvi wrote his review of the 4 parts of the Barahin in his June-July-August edition of the Ishaat us Sunnah. He devoted a whopping one hundred and fifty three pages of Issue Nine and Ten to respond to each of these criticisms with well researched arguments. The amount of time, effort, money, and his personal capital, Batalavi spent on defending Ahmad reveals the extent of their ideological and social connections.
The review also reveals Batalavi’s perceptions of Ahmad. Batalavi clearly identifies with Ahmad as a fellow Punjabi Ahl-e-Hadith who is willing to spend considerable resources to defend Islam. He also sees Ahmad as more rural, less educated, less sophisticated, and less successful than himself. He sees Ahmad as “a Punjabi who has never had the opportunity” to live in the cosmopolitan cultural centers of Hindustan, “who hasn’t had the occasion to read Urdu literature” and therefore is not able to write “refined Urdu vernacular” (Batalavi, 1884: 346).

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Who is Shaikh Nur Ahmad from Amritsar?

Shaikh Noor Ahmad knew MGA from early on, in fact, he remembers seeing MGA during the publishing of the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Vol. 4. MGA came to his press in late-1883/early1884 and eventually had the BA-4 published by the Riaz Hind press (also spelled as Riad e Hind) of Amritsar. Shaikh Noor Ahmad was the owner of the press. The other 2-3 parts of the BA were published by the Safar-e-Hind press of Amritsar. He seems to have also owned the Riad-e-Hind, a non-Muslim newspaper of Amritsar. MGA’s famous announcement about the Promised Son of 1886 was published in the riaz-e-hind press. Shaikh Nur Ahmad was most likely at the first ever bait ceremony in 1889 also. SURMAH CHASHM-E-ARYAH (1886) was also published from his press. SHAHNA’-E-HAQQ (1887) was also published by him. SABZ ISHTIHAR (1888) was also published by him. In 1890-1891, all 3 of MGA’s famous books, Izala Auham, Fateh Islam and Taudheh Marham were also published at this press. Asmani Faisala (1892), Nishan Asmani (1892), A’INA-E-KAMALAT-E-ISLAM (1893), BARAKATUD-DU‘A’ (1893), HUJJATUL-ISLAM (1893), SACHCHA’I KA IZHAR (1903), JANG-E-MUQADDAS (1895), SIRRUL-KHILAFAH (1894) and then, very abruptly, his press was shut down and never published anything ever again. The Diya’ul-Islam Press, Qadian took over and published all of MGA’s books. In 1896, he was listed in the famous list of the first 313 Ahmadi’s, he is listed as Ahmadi #59. After 1896, he goes missing in the history of Ahmadiyya.
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Who is M. Abdullah Sanauri (1864-1927)? The famous toilet attendant of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

He was another early toilet attendant of MGA, the other was Shaikh Hamid Ali. Ahmadiyya sources also claim that Sanauri wrote letters on behalf of MGA and acted as a scribe. He related many stories to Mirza Bashir Ahmad which were published in Seeratul Mahdi (1923 edition). His nephew is the famous Dard who wrote, “Life of Ahmad” (1947). The other famous toilet attendant was Shaikh Hamid Ali. They both lived in MGA’s house. On the Aaqa Ka Ghulam channel, they showed a ref wherein a Kashf (dream) of MGA wherein it seems like he says that Abdullah Sanuari put his finger in MGA’s diarrhea (see at the 1:18:00 mark). His name is also spelled as Muhammad Abdullah of Sannour (and as Sanori or Sanauri)and Miyan ‘Abdullah of Sannour, who is a patwari [A village registrar of land] in Patiala State (See Tadhkirah, 2009 edition).

He passed away on October 7th, 1927 on a Friday (See Dard, “Life of Ahmad”).
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Sadaqa in the Quran

We are exploring Sadaqa in the Quran in an attempt to refute Ahmadiyya arguments which suggest that Ahmadiyya chanda is mentioned in the Quran. A brief check from the Quran proves that at Mecca, Allah never asked for Sadaqa. All Quranic advice to pay sadaqa comes from after the Hijra and starts just before the Battle of Badr. In every single instance, Allah is asking Muslims to pay more than Zakat so as to support the war effort, and feed the poor/needy/converts to Islam. According to some hadiths, “a kind word and smile” can be considered as sadaqa and the best form of it is “passing on knowledge.” Also, Muhammad said in a hadith that sadaqa removes seventy gates of evil.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Sadaqa in the Quran

It seems to be appear 16 times in the Quran. They are in the below, and in chronological order.


According to Quran 9 verse 60, there are eight categories of people who are entitled to receive Sadaqah (Zakaat). They are :

  1. The poor (al-fuqarâ’), that is low-income.[26]
  2. The needy people (al-masākīn).[27]
  3. The officials appointed to receive Sadaqah (Zakat Administrators).[28]
  4. Those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled to Islam (al-mu’allafa qulubuhum).[29]
  5. To free the slaves and captives.[30]
  6. Those who are overburdened with debt.[31]
  7. In the cause of Allah to spread the message of Islam.[32]
  8. To those who are wayfarers (travelers who do not have enough money to go back home).[30]

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3:92 of the Quran discusses Zakat during wartime, not Ahmadiyya chanda

Ahmadi’s have blatantly used all quranic inferences to giving wealth and connected it with Ahmadiyya Chanda/Wasiyyat and etc. This is total forgery. The Quran mostly talks about Zakat payments in a time of war, which are more than mandatory to support any war. Ahmadiyya chanda would fall under the category of Sadaqa, which is barely mentioned in the Quran. Ironically, MGA never paid any zakat or Sadaqa. In fact, MGA mis-managed community funds all the time, and refused to give records of accounts, and saw over-sight as beneath him. Ahmadi’s also use 2:254 as they pressure Ahmadi’s to give more and more chanda. In the specific case of 3:93 (3:93 in the Ahmadi Quran), Allah was telling Muslims that they should give more and more zakat, since it was a time of war, the battle of Uhud was approaching soon. Ironically, MGA never gave any money for Islam in his life.

“”You will not attain piety that is the reward for it which is Paradise until you expend until you give voluntary alms of what you love of your wealth; and whatever thing you expend God knows of it and He will requite it accordingly.””—Suyuti
_____________________________________________________________________________________________What did MGA write about 3:92?

We have only found a reference to Fateh-Islam (1891)(Victory of Islam) wherein MGA quotes this verse. He uses it as he asks his followers to give money so that MGA can live a comfortable life.
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The new Ahmadiyya policy on Ahmadi men attending protests

We have covered this before, Ahmadi’s have never been allowed to protest against any government. The reason is, Ahmadiyya was created during colonialism, thus, they were never allowed by the Mirza family to march in the streets and demand human rights. In 1913, when Muslims protested in the streets of Cawnpore, they were shot indiscriminately, and the ahmadiyya movement sided with the British government. The Ahmadiyya Movement never worked with Ghandi, nor did they help in the 1919 boycott (see the ROR of Sep-1921 and July 1921). In fact, the ROR of 1921 reports that the 2nd Khalifa was totally against the non-cooperation movement in British which was led by Ghandi. The Feb-1921 edition of the ROR also mentions the non-cooperation movement and how the Ahmadiyya Movement is against it.

In the USA, the Ahmadiyya Movement never walked with Martin Luther King or Malcolm X as they protested civil rights in the 1960’s. Nevertheless, we have posted an announcement that we have been forwarded. In this annoucement, the President of MKA-USA seems to say that young-male-ahmadi’s have been authorized to attend protests, rallies and marches, however, there are many restrictions. The restrictions are soooo stringent, that no young Ahmadi would ever be able to comply, thus, Ahmadi’s still won’t protest in the streets and march with #blm, #blacklivesmatter. In fact, the Ahmadiyya movement has started a counter twitter hashtag, #innocentlivesmatter and are thus opposed to the #blm movement in the USA.
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“Ashab-e-Ahmad” written by Malik Salah-ud-Din M.A. of Qadian

This was an early biography of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad written by Malik Salah-ud-Din M.A. of Qadian. He talks about someone’s death via diarrhea and urination, listen to brother Zia on Aaqa ka Gulam herein (at the 1:14:00 mark). In the same book, it is written how a companion of MGA was having bloody diarrhea (khooney pechas). There are additional stories of diarrhea and related diseases with the friends and family of MGA. Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan also complains of blood in his urination. Even Munshi Zafar ullah of Kapurthala admitted to having bloody diarrhea (khooney pechas) and etc. In 1979, Malik Salah-ud-Din M.A. of Qadian was living in the old house of Mirza Sultan Ahmad (MGA’s eldest son), this was reported by Hassan Bin Mahmood Odeh who was living in Qadian in 1979.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Quran,108:1, was also revealed to himself

In the 1882-1884 era, MGA claimed that many verses of the Quran were also revealed onto to him. In the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Vol. 4, MGA gave over 20 verses of the Quran and claimed that they had also been revealed to him (MGA). MGA was immediately called a Kafir by the leaders of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, only Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi took MGA’s side as he tried to reassure the Ahl-e-Hadith Muslims that MGA was not claiming prophethood. As MGA claimed to be equal to Muhammad (saw)(nauzobillah), in 1901, he quoted this verse in “Correction of an Error” as he argued that this appearance was the second coming of Muhammad (saw)(nauzobillah) via Baruz.

In 1904, in MGA’s personal notebook of revelations, MGA claimed that the Quran, 108:1 (108:2 in the Ahmadi quran) was also revealed to himself. One last point, this notebook of revelations was never published during MGA’s life, it only appears in Tadhkirah.
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Mirza Ghulam Qadiani started his religious business just to earn riches and improve his financial position which has deteriorated over the years particularly after the death of his father Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and elder brother Mirza Ghulam Qadir. In this letter, MGA is talking to his childhood friend, Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi. MGA talks about his financial mis-management, in fact, he regularly stole money from the community kitchen in Qadian. MGA even said that he doesn’t have to give accounts to anyone, he can spend his chanda money on anything he wants and doesn’t have to show proof of anything.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________MAKTUBAT E AHMAD VOL-1 page 307 MAKTUB NO.3

“””On 28th September, 1887, replying to a letter to Molvi Muhammad Hussain, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani admits that he had spent chanda money received for writing books on other heads of account. He says whatever he received on account of book, has been spent. That he admits this mistake and That he intends to curtail such expenditures in future but compensating for past mistakes is beyond his control.””


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