Per Ahmadiyya sources, the first urdu edition of Wasiyyat was published in December of 1905. The word-for-word english translation was published in the English ROR of 1906. There was a 2nd edition published in 1907, which seems to be identical to the original. In Islam, assets are divided per the Quran to family members, however, in Ahmadiyya, they were looking to stop this and to steal money from Ahmadi families, hence the introduction of the Wasiyyat Scam. After the split of March-1914, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s published their own english translation of the split by Muhammad Ali.
Per Ahmadiyya sources, many urdu editions were published after this one. However, on the Ahmadiyya website, there is a 2005 english edition which seems to be different than all other editions. In fact, it includes 3 pages from an alleged meeting of the Sadr Anjuman from January of 1906 and it seems to have been signed by Noorudin by July-1906 and MGA. In this extra piece of information, Ahmadiyya strategist were able to collect 10% of someone’s monthly income if they owned no property at all. However, by at least 2003, when Mirza Masroor Ahmad took over, 10% of monthly income and 10-30% of assets after death are collected as part of the Wasiyyat scam.
The first edition (Urdu) of Wasiyyat is published.
An english translation is published in the Review of Religions. There is no appendix, it is identical to the original Urdu edition.
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that the appendix was published in the Al-Hakam, however, we don’t have the scan for that yet.
Per the Lahori-Ahmadi’s, via the Badr, 16 February 1906, p. 5, and 23 February 1906, p. 8 contained a more comprehensive rules and regulations of the Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya, as approved by the MGA (See page 48) . The Qadiani-Ahmadi’s have never used these references.
Per the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s, in the 2005 english edition of Wasiyyat (the Will)(See page 46), on July 1st, 1906, Noorudin and MGA approved some new conditions of Wasiyyat. The most important of these would be 10% of monthly income being paid in cases wherein a person owns NO property. We are unsure if this event ever happened, since the Lahori-Ahmadi’s have never mentioned it.
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