Mirza Ghulam Ahmad hated his elder brother (Mirza Ghulam Qadir) and his father (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza). Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was a worldly man, he rarely ever prayed salat, there was no mosque in Qadian (until he died in 1876), nor did he teach his sons to pray. The entire Mirza family were irreligious Muslims, and the only Muslims who lived at Qadian (1820–1880).

Mirza Ghulam Qadiani was an idler loafer who avoided to work whole of his young age and spent his time in an aimless lazy way. His father Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and elder brother Ghulam Qadir always admonish him to do something, and work hard for career building. Instead of taking their advice positively, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani gave a serious set back to His father and brother when he ran away with his father’s pension money of Rs. 700/- in 1864. They did not allow him to return home for about 4 years and he was only allowed to enter home on the death of his mother. Similarly, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani had great disliking and hatred for them. For reference, plz see the ilham of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani at page No 266 under the date line of 1898 in Tazkirah. The same exact quote exists in english, on the Lahori-Ahmadi website.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________MGAQ also mentioned it at page 10 Najmul Huda RK Vol-14 pages- 51-52. The Ilham is as under:-

“I was kind of a man who likes to remain in isolation and gets fed up with social interaction. My father lost hope in me thinking me as only a guest who shared his bread and butter. So he admonish me with fury and advise me for the worldly progress day in and day out. He motivates me to the worldly gain while my hearts move me to god. So was my brother. To me he was of same behaviour as was my father. So god did not allow them to live longer and gave both of them the death. God said to me he was to do this so that those who have enmity with you may not live longer and their admonishing may not harm you.”

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Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and MGA

MGA was such a terrible person, he wasn’t allowed to raise his eldest sons, Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazl Ahmad. MGA’s first 40 years of life were spent in isolation from the Muslim community of India, while MGA was in Sialkot (1864-1868), he never went to Juma nor did he ever come out for congregational prayers.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Tarik e ahmadiyya vol 1 p52

“His (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s) father would say: “Son, Ghulam Ahmad, i have a lot of thought and worry about you. How will you earn a living, and for how long will you spend your life like this? Get a job, how long will you stay as a bride…..You will be married on day, you’ll have a wife and children, you will be responsible for them. In this state i am fearful of getting you married in this state….Leave this heedlessness…..I am in contact with high ranking British officials and i can write you a letter of recommendation. Get ready, or say i can go put in a good word in person.” and Mirza Ghulam ahmad Qadiani would give no reply.

When he’d (ghulam ahmad) would leave, he would say to us “This son of mine (Ghulam ahmad) will remain a mullah, i should search a masjid for him so he could earn a living. But what can i do? He’s not even fit for being a mullah” – 

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_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essay’s

Who is Mirza Ghulam Qadir (1833–1883) ?

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s life, the first-40 years

Where did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad go for Juma? Did he ever attend Juma? What about congregational prayers?

A young Mirza Ghulam Ahmad squandered his families pension money and was punished by never being able to see his mother again


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