Watch my video on this here. The blog got 800,000 views this year (2020). We are throwing an Instagram and youtube party soon. Bring Zadham e Ishq and Plommers wine (it will get poured out). Al hum do lillah. The top essay’s are posted in the below.
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The most shocking part of this is wherein Mirza Maghfoor Ahmad says, “Those Ahmadis who refuse to submit their budget, we must constantly remind them and pray that they develop love for Allah over money.”
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ The write up
Although on the first page he says respectable things about showing honesty regarding the budget your masjid actually has instead of putting in random numbers for those who don’t “donate”, the second page pretty much cancels that.
The belief that officeholders must constantly remind Ahmadis that they have to pay their chanda/submit their budget makes the jamaat sound like a Mafia that’s going around town demanding people for money they “owe” for protection, except for the jamaat instead of protection it’s inclusion. It makes the Jamaat sound like a group of IRS debt collectors instead of a religious organization.
Why does the Jamaat so desperately need to squeeze out money out of every single member? Where would does that money go, there’s no way any religion would need that much money in order to “spread the word of God?”
The part where he says “may they develop love for Allah over their love of money” is proof that the Jamaat believes that Allah NEEDS our money in order for his “true religion” that is “destined to reach the four corners of the Earth” to spread. It makes it sound like Allah is desperate for our charity and without it his will won’t happen.
Also, is the Jamaat really trying to guilt trip Ahmadis over wanting to keep their hard earned money? Are they really trying to say that if you don’t comply with giving 10%+ of your earnings every year, that you don’t truly love Allah and are greedy? Sounds very manipulative, that’s gaslighting right there. How is donating money to the Jamaat giving precedence to your faith? I want to see a full report of the logistical expenditure of Chanda funds before, so I can decide wether or not Chanda money is actually going towards anything holy.
The Jamaat functions like a business, and essentially sells Ahmadis holiness for money. “We will give you your spirituality in exchange for a money, and the only way to be holy is to give us money in return. You cannot truly love God unless you give us money for it.”
Basically, no matter how good of a person or a Muslim I am, I cannot truly be a good Muslim unless I give their organization my money.
The thing is there are office bearers & members who literally insults & harass poor people in many middle eastern countries. Being an Ahmadi in middle east could be tough for obvious reasons. Thus an Ahmadi would rely on Jama’at far more than in non-Muslim countries as a social support system. And most Ahmadis there would be having little salary. This insulting & harassment by office bearers is something that happens often there. I’ve heard this from multiple people who’ve experienced it. But I’m not trying to push my experience as a Jama’at issue.
The problem I see here is just an instruction to “remind them” does not cut it. The Jama’at should have a strict guideline for office bearers on how to ask people, how often can they ask people, and if they’re not interested then there should be a provision to just let them go. For gentle reminders there are Whatsapp & Emails today. Don’t ring up someone 3 times a month asking 8%+ of their salary. And when someone clearly doesn’t want to pay, teach office bearers to understand the response & let such people of their hook. Most Ahmadis locally know each other, perhaps they grew up together, they are probably family as well. So don’t expect a clear cut “I don’t want to give you money. Don’t call me. Leave me alone” response. But most of the times you could read the cues in one’s response & understand whether they’re interested to pay or not.
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Ahmadi’s are academically dishonest, that much is obvious, they lie about the Quran, hadith and the books of MGA. They give interpretations which try to prove that MGA was an honest man, in fact, that is their entire motivation.
Muslims had always believed that Esa (as) was never technically hung on the cross (Salaboohoo). However, during British occupation, especially after the mutiny of 1857, the British wanted Muslims to give up hope for a savior (a messiah and mahdi). Thus, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was their first agent. At the Aligarh College and through his magazine, “Tehzeeb-ul-Akhlaq”, he published alternative Muslim perspectives, written in plain language. It gave voice to the publisher’s religious, social, and reforming opinions, and is credited with establishing him as one of the fathers of Urdu fiction. The same journal was restarted by Syed Hamid Vice-chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University in 1981; and since then it is being published regularly. There is now a separate office of Tehzeeb-ul-Ikhlaq.
Intro Watch my video on this herein. The Ahmadiyya movement was not given access to the French colony of Cameroon. In fact, the French hated the Ahmadiyya movement and never allowed them into any of their colonies, it was only the British colonies wherein Ahmadiyya was implanted. Nevertheless, per the CIA factbook, by 2018, only 24% of the country is Muslim, who live almost exclusively in the northern area and western area of the country wherein Chad and Nigeria are nearby (and the old islamic trade routes). This area was an old Islamic empire which was broken by the European powers and divided. The dominant Muslim tribe in the north is the Fulani (or Peuhl) ethnic group. In the western region, the Bamoun ethnic group is predominately Muslim. Moreover, the Christian community in Cameroon is mostly in the central and southern region of the country.
It is unclear when the Ahmadiyya community got access to Cameroon, however, it seems to be after 2000. The first Jalsa was held in 2014 (at Foumban, Cameroon, where the first Ahmadiyya mosque is), thus proving that by 2014, there were barely any Ahmadi’s in Cameroon. There are only 2 Ahmadiyya place of worship in the entire country. Those can only hold roughly 500 worshippers each. We estimate that there are barely 500 Ahmadi’s in Cameroon as of 2020. However, unofficial Ahmadiyya sources are claiming that there are 430,000 Ahmadi’s in this country, which is a total lie, in fact, the pew research study that they took this from simply asked 100 Muslims a bunch of questions, of which 12 were Ahmadi. Ahmadi’s took this data and claim that 12% of the Muslim population is Ahmadi, which is total academic dishonesty. Continue reading “The history of #Ahmadiyya in Cameroon”→
What is the Khalifa of Islam anyways? This entire phraseology is grammatically incorrect. No Muslim has ever used it. It translates literally as the “Successor of Islam”. However, in Islam there are no successors. Muslims have used “Khulafa e Rashideen” to signify the Khilafat of Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali. Other Khilafat’s have used similar connotations. Nevertheless, this was a marketing campaign by the Ahmadiyya community and we can see it all clearly now.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Why have Ahmadi’s manipulated wikipedia and other sites for Search Engine Optimization?
Ahmadi’s and the Mirza family have engaged in propaganda wars since 1889. They have also spread fake news about the Ahmadiyya business since 1889. In 1902-1904, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was claiming that there were 200k Ahmadi’s in British-India, which was proven later to be a lie. MGA kept on lying and by 1908, MGA claimed 400k Ahmadi’s in British-India, however, the census of 1911 destroyed all of those ideas.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ World Christian Encylopedia and Ahmadiyya lies about being the fastest spreading group of Muslims (2001)
We have written about Ahmadiyya in the British colonies of West and East Africa. We are continuing to write more and more about Ahmadiyya in Africa. What about the Congo? Well, the Congo was a Belgium colony, wherein the worst atrocities were committed. The government of Belgium, much like the French, Spanish and Portugeuse, they also refused to allow Ahmadi’s to setup missions.
Nevertheless, it seems that in 2005, the Ahmadiyya community established a center in the Congo. By 2020, the Amir and Missionary-in-Charge of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a Pakistani, Khalid Mahmood Shahid. The Ahmadiyya Congo Kinshasa Jamaat constructed a mosque in the province of Kwilu, Bandundu region. This remote village is on the bank of river Kwilu, about 450 kilometers from the capital Kinshasa. Ahmadiyya sources claim that 31 villages have converted. There is no land route to the mosque and the missionary and workers have to take boats to reach the site. The regional missionary of the Bandundu region, Farid Ahmad Bhatti Sahib, with his team, endeavoured to complete the task of building the mosque.
This country is also called Congo-Brazzaville. Ahmadiyya sources are claiming 500,000 Ahmadi’s in this country which is a total lie, there are barely 100 Ahmadi’s in the entire country. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ The Ahmadiyya temple