The Tahrik-e-Jadid scheme was initiated by the second Khalifa (Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad) on 23rd November 1934, Tahrik-e-Jadid literal translation is “The New Scheme”. The Ahmadiyya Community seems to have immediately sent 3 missionaries out, one to Japan, one to Singapore and one to China. All 3 missions failed, they sputtered on for 30 years, the 4th Khalifa visited Singapore in the 1980’s, attendance was dismal. Nevertheless, there was a huge push for Ahmadi’s to give more money via Tehrik-i-Jadid in 1935-36, the ROR of Feb-1936 has an extensive write up on Tehrik e Jadid aka “New Scheme” they quoted his Friday Sermon’s of Dec-13-1935, Dec-20-1935 and Jan-10-1936. Ahmadiyya sources allege that in the first year of the appeal, the scheme collected 14 to 15 times more than the set target. At the 1936 Jalsa at Qadian, the 2nd Khalifa alleged that many businesses and industries at Qadian were flourishing based on funds collected via Tehrik-i-Jadid. It should be noted that women were added into Chanda Aam in 1937 also (6.25% of their pocket money). It is unclear as to when Chanda Aam was invented at 6.25%, however, its most likely between 1922 and 1937. Wasiyyat doesn’t seem to be a big thing herein also, this is based on Ahmadiyya literature, which rarely mentions Wasiyyat from 1914 to 1940.

Tahrik-e-Jadid began as a temporary scheme to span over a period of three years but, as time passed, the Khalifa extended it further. At its nineteenth anniversary (1953), he told Ahmadi’s that it would never end. In 1954, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud asked 5000 Ahmadi’s to give money for Tehrik e Jadid. He then compiled a list of 5000 Ahmadi’s who had donated and had it published.

By 1960, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s were admitting that they were using money from Tahrik-e-Jadid to start Ahmadi companies. In the late 1960’s, a famous “Tahrik-e-Jadid” pamphlet was published from Rabwah. Even in 2021, it is unclear where the money for Tehrik e Jadid goes. It seems like it gets sent directly to banks in Pakistan. This international office of Tehrik-e-Jadid is still in Rabwah.

Fast forward to Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s Khilafat (1982), he was so sick, he had reinstated 3,400 such accounts but some have since fallen behind. He urged families to pay directly to Rabwah so that a record can be maintained. The 5th Khalifa said that the 4th Khalifa had taken personal responsibility of 1000 old accounts at the rate of Rupees 5 each, and had pledged that his family would continue the tradition. Mirza Tahir Ahmad was paying on behalf of dead members of the Ahmadiyya community and urging Ahmadi’s to also continue to do this.

In 2004, the 5th Khalifa reminded #ahmadis of this and urged Ahmadis to pay a monthly subscription to Tehrik e Jadid.


In the Khalifa’s friday sermon of 9 November 1934, stressed the importance of joining Tahrik-e-Jadid:

“Though one is free whether or not to join Tahrik-e-Jadid, but if someone has the means to join it and does not do so because Khalifatul Masih has declared it to be optional, he will be brought to account either in this world or the next…” (Friday Sermon, 9 November 1934)

Tahrik-e-Jadid, as laid out by the Khalifa, is not only a scheme of financial sacrifice, but a scheme that demands a complete overhaul of one’s personality and character. Right from the time of its inception, the Khalifa told the Jamaat that Tahrik-e-Jadid required them to:

  1. Lead simple lives
  2. Participate in spreading the message of Islam worldwide
  3. Dedicate their holidays from employment for the service of the Jamaat
  4. Dedicate their lives to serve Islam
  5. Dedicate during seasonal vacation, periods for the service of the Jamaat
  6. Offer their children for life-time Waqf [devotion]
  7. Pensioners/retired people to offer themselves for service of Jamaat
  8. Dedicate part of one’s income and property
  9. Influential and learned Ahmadis to deliver lectures on the teachings of Islam
  10. Prepare counter arguments against the adverse propaganda
  11. Seek advice from the Jamaat when deciding about higher education and careers for children
  12. Develop the habit of manual labour
  13. Take up even petty jobs if unemployed
  14. Promote Islamic culture
  15. Promote honesty in the society
  16. Keep roads and pavements clean
  17. Protect women’s rights
  18. Build houses in Qadian if possible
  19. Offer special prayers in order to succeed in these undertakings

The Khalifa himself explained that: “All demands of Tahrik-e-Jadid have been introduced for the reason that you could become manifestation of Allah’s attributes.”

“Remember, Tahrik-e-Jadid is from Allah Ta’ala and that is why it will prosper and all the obstacles in its way will be removed. And if provision for it is not found on earth then the heavens will bless this scheme. Therefore, blessed are they who unreservedly participate in this scheme, because their names will live on the history of Islam with respect and honour. These people will have great honour in the court of Almighty Allah because they went through great trials in order to fortify the faith and Allah Himself will safeguard their descendants. And divine light will issue from their hearts and will illuminate the world.” (Alfazal vol .15, No. 283)

(Quotes sourced from
Tarikh e Ahmadiyyat Vol-7 & 8 page Nos 485 onward and page 1 onwards


On 21 to 23 October, 1934 Majlis Ahrar e Islam, India a religious and political organisation against Jamaat Ahmadiyya Qadianiyyah, has succeeded in holding their Tabligh Conference at Qadian. Despite hectic efforts, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud, Khalifa 2 of Jamaat Ahmadiyya, could not stop this Jalsa of their bitter enemies on the soils of Qadian.

Although Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud Ahmad failed to stop this inroads of Ahrar, yet he found this incident a rare opportunity to mint money from innocent ahmadis.


Ahmadis were told that these Ahrar have come to Qadian to destroy Ahmadis. Ahrars are receiving great amount of Chanda, about Rs.1500/- per day. The Government and the un-sincere ahmadis are also supporting Ahrar secretly.


Based upon the Kashf and Roya of Mirza Ghulam and his own, he announced to start Tehrik e Jadid to defend Ahmadiyya from its enemies.


Mirza Ghulam says he saw that two persons were sitting at ground and on roof respectively. I asked them to give me an army of 100,000/- men, but one of them said you are given 5000/- men only.


Mirza Mahmoud says he supplicated before Allah and saw in dream that Ch. Zafrullah Khan came to Qadian, we met at the road in Qadian, he hugged me with great zeal and start s kissing my chest and shoulders excessively and kept on repeating “O my master, I sacrifice my Soul and my body for you. Do you want a sacrifice from me? Mirza Mahmoud says he planned to start this Tehrik e Jadid on the basis of these Roya and glad tidings from Allah.


Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud Ahmad issued three orders and placed following 19 demands before his followers:-

1.Every Ahmadi must pay his balance amount of Chanda immediately.
2. Immediate mediation with fellow ahmadi.

3. Volunteers to be enlisted for Ahmadiyya work without pay and without boarding lodgings.

Demand No.1 is a set of instructions for poor Qadianis, ie Ahmadis must not eat more than a single dish in their daily meals.
Ahmadis must not make new dresses till the dresses under use are worn out.
Ahmadi women must not use embroidered dresses.
Ahmadi women will not buy new jewellery.
They will also not get their old jewellery recycled to convert it into new ones.
Ahmadi Doctors and Hakim should prescribe low price medicines to the Ahmadi patients.
No ahmadi should go to circus, Cinema or to any other entertainment program.

Ahmadis must not spend excessive money on marriages and decoration work on house buildings.


Every Ahmadi shall pay 1/3 or 1/5 of his income to the Baitul Maal for a period of 3 year after that period this amount shall be refunded. Payment shall be accepted in Rupees only and Annas (small currency units in coins), will not be accepted.


Ahmadis should contribute and deposit an amount of Rs. 15000/- with the specially constituted committee. This amount shall be used to counter the opponents literature against ahmadiyya.


Ahmadis should collect Rs.10,000/- and deposit it with Jamaat which will be spent for sending ahmadi youth out of India. These youth will send reports to Qadain but they will not be regular Muballigh. They will be given only the fare and rest of the expenditure shall be born by themselves at their respective areas.


There is a scheme of Tabligh in my mind which will cost about Rs. 1200/- Ahmadis should contribute toward this scheme of Tabligh and pay at least Rs 100/- each.


Five persons out of dedicated youth shall be sent to different parts of Punjab riding a bicycle . These young men will conduct surveys of each area and will prepare survey report regarding ahmadiyya Tabligh potential in that area, as the government surveyors do, and will sent their survey reports to Qadian. Total expenditure on this activity will be Rs. 27000/- but at the moment Rs.17000/- are urgently required. Ahmadis should contribute to this account.

For expansion of Tabligh efforts, government servant are required to present themselves for Tabligh in the areas

other than their area of postings.


Ahmadi young men are required to volunteer for tabligh for a period of three years.


Those who can not give three years should spare their leave time for Jamaat.


Highly qualified people such as doctors and lawyers should volunteer themselves. They will be sent for tabligh instead of mubaligheen, as people consider their stance and advice more than regular Muballigheen.


A few years ago a reserved fund was opened for emergency requirement wherein an amount of Rs. 20,000/-. was received. But that amount was a meagre one and has been spent up. Now Ahmadis should contribute to make the total fund, as Jamaat needs a large amount in this account so that it could be used by Khalifa for emergency requirements.


Ahmadi Pensioners should come forward and work for Jamaat as they are taking pension from small government and work for big government ie Jamaat Work.


Ahmadis living out of Qadian should sent their children to the Ahmadiyya institutions in Qadian and spend money on the education of their children in Qadian.


Ahmadis who want to give their children, higher education should send their them to a committee specially constituted by Jamaat to decide as to which field the boys should take admission to cater to future requirement of the Jamaat. For example the committee shall decide the boy should be educated under a particular discipline and get a job in a particular government department like Police, Railways or any other department etc so that there is no government department should be without Ahmadiyya influence.


Ahmadi young men who are not employed and are dependant on parents earnings should go out of the country to try their luck abroad.


Ahmadis should make it a habit that they should do their work by themselves with their own hands. They should clean their streets which are uneven and filled with trash. Ahmadi overseers should conduct surveys to give solutions for removal of stagnant water in Qadian.


Those who are un employed should not remain idle but start working smallest jobs like selling newspapers and books.


Ahmadis should build their houses in Qadian. They should not purchase land in areas other than Qadian Nungle and Bheni.

Ahmadis should excessively rely upon Dua.

Friday Sermon, 22 February, 1935

“I hope that Tahrik-e-Jadid will last for countless ages, just as the stars in the sky, so did Allah say to Hazrat Ibrahim that his progeny would be countless. And Hazrat Ibrahim’s progeny greatly served the faith, and the same is being done through Tahrik-e-Jadid.”

The ROR of Jan-1937 tells us about the 1936 Jalsa Salana at Qadian, however, the attendance figure was not given. Ahmadiyya sources claim that loud speakers were used for the second straight year. The 2nd Khalifa gave the first speech. He alleged that new Ahmadiyya missions centers were started in Argentine, Spain, Hungary, Greece, Albania, Italy, China and Japan. The 2nd Khalifa alleged that the news of Ahmadiyya had reached aristocrat families and was progressing nicely. The 2nd Khalifa then talked about the Ahrar’s and alleged that the beef wasn’t over. The 2nd Khalifa then discussed Tehreek-e-Jadid and claimed that without the vituperation of the Ahrar, Tehreek-e-Jadid would have never been launched, and thus it was a bi-product and had brought in lots of money (allegedly). The 2nd Khalifa then reviewed the work of some of the businesses at Qadian that the jamaat owned like, carpentry, ironsmithy, bookmaking and sales department, and reported that they are all successful. The 2nd Khalifa explained how these local industries were working under Tehreek-e-Jadid. The 2nd Khalifa urged young Ahmadi men to go out in the world and spread Ahmadiyya, via working blue collar jobs or whatever. The 2nd Khalifa urged young Ahmadi men to live poor, to curtail their own costs and work forever! Other speakers were Prof Muhammad Aslam, Dr. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Malik Abdur Rahman Khalid, Maulvi A.R. Nayyar, Maulvi M.Y. Arif and Maulvi Abul Ata.

The ROR of Oct-1937 alleges that many foreign missions are being financed by Tahrik-e-Jadid, Ahmadiyya sources allege that their missions in :

1. Argentina
2. Singapore
3. China
4. Japan
5. Modern day Serbia (Yugoslavia)
6. Italy
7. Poland
8. Hungary

Tahrik-e-Jadid is mentioned in the ROR of Jan-1938.

Tahrik-e-Jadid is mentioned in the ROR of March-1941 as an accomplishment of the 2nd Khalifa.

The ROR of Sep-1941 has an essay written by a man named Malik Ata-Ul-Rahman, who claims to be a Mojahid, Tahrik-I-Jadid, Qadian.

The Khalifa laid out its purposes in a number of addresses. On one occasion, he said:

Friday Sermon, 27 November 1942

“The purpose of launching Tahrik-e-Jadid is to acquire such a fund with which Allah’s message can be delivered as far as the corners of the earth with ease and facility.”

The ROR of Feb-1942 has reproduced a talk broadcasted on the local radio by Maulana Mubarak Ahmad (aka Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad). This was a speech of his given via the Khilafat Day celebration and from 7 LO, Nairobi, this speech was given on Dec-1-1941. Maulana Mubarak Ahmad alleges that his Khalifa (the 2nd Khalifa) is getting people under the British government to be super loyal and appreciative. He also mentioned Tahrik-i-Jadid and how Ahmadi’s were told to eat less and give more chanda. The entire essay in praise of the 2nd Khalifa.

The ROR of Oct-1942 reports that the 2nd Khalifa gave a Friday sermon which was reported in the Al-Fazl of Sep-5th, 1942. The 2nd Khalifa seems to have been enroute to Palampur, British-India. He announced a decision from Palampur, which was reported in the Al-Fazl of Aug-18th. The 2nd Khalifa cries about Tahrik-e-Jadid and how lots of Ahmadi’s didn’t participate. The 2nd Khalifa discusses his disappointment with Montagu–Chelmsford Reforms. Again, the 2nd Khalifa is telling Ahmadi’s that the day is coming wherein they must die for Ahmadiyya.

The ROR of Jan-1943 mentions Tahrik-e-Jadid.

The ROR of March-1943 has an essay by A.H. Yusuf of Borneo and Java, he is listed as a Tahreek-i-Jadeed.

The 2nd Khalifa, via his Musleh Maud speech, also tells the world that it has been 10 years since Tahrik-i-Jadid.

Tahreek-i-Jadeed is mentioned in the ROR of Sep-Oct-Nov-1944, this is inside of the famous speech at the 1942 Jalsa at Qadian, the book is “Nizam-e-Nau”, which translates into english as “The New System”.

The ROR of Nov-1945 has a speech from the 2nd Khalifa from the Al-Fazl of Sep-18-1945 wherein he admits that Ahmadi’s have been asked to dedicate their lives to the Mirza family.

The ROR of April-1946 reports on the tabligh activities of Qadiani’s in Dacca, they also celebrated Musleh Maud day on Feb-20-1946. Maulana Zillur Rahman gave a speech about the Musleh Maud. About 30 Qadiani-Ahmadi ladies also held a meeting. The ladies told each other to curtail their meals and send the extra money to Qadian for Tahrik-i-Jadid. There was another meeting held at Khudra Brahmanbaria. Additional meetings were held around Bengal. Qadiani-Ahmadi’s also worked together during the provincial election. Signed off by D.A.K. Khadim, General Secretary, Bengal Provincial Ahmadiyya Association.

The ROR of June-1946 reports that the “New World Order” was published by Tahrik-i-Jadid, the price is 1 rupee and it was translated into english by Muhammad Zafrullah Khan and Professor Qazi Muhammad Aslam, they also point out that there was another english translation of this book published in the ROR of Nov-1944.

The ROR of Nov-1946 talks about Tahrik-i-Jadid.

May 1st, 1947
Orchard arrives in Qadian and is greeted by the Khalifa and given a warm reception. He was given an ahmadi woman and was married.

The ROR of June-1947 tells us that Bashir Ahmad Orchard is in Qadian on behalf of monies from Tahrik-i-Jadid. Jalal ud Din Shams has been attending to him since his arrival in Qadian. The ROR alleges that he joined Qadianism in 1944 and even came to Qadian. After returning to London in 1944, he immediately went to the Ahmadiyya headquarters at the Fazl Mosque. He immediately told Jalal ud Din Shams that he needed to live at the Fazl Mosque complex and needed a job as a missionary. Thus, from 1944 to 1946 he got paid by the Ahmadiyya Community for basically doing nothing and waiting on approval to go to Jamia in Qadian. The ROR presents the MGA prophecy about catching birds and etc. (See the fabrications of Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his converts named Mr. Sparrow and Mr. Bird). The 2nd Khalifa even came out and spoke in broken english about Bashir Ahmad Orchard (and admitted that he didn’t know Urdu). The 2nd Khalifa also claimed that Bashir Ahmad Orchard was the first person from the British nation to join Ahmadiyya.

A quote:

This event has been described by Maulana Shams:

“”After his release from the army, when he arrived in England, he stayed for two days only at Bristol with his relatives and so, on the third day, he was at the mosque in London. During his conversation with me he expressed his willingness to live at the mosque and become a Muslim missionary. I explained to him the responsibilities of a missionary and the required qualifications for missionary work. Eventually I promised him to see to his case sympathetically for missionary work and would write to him this matter. He was a little bit upset from my reluctance in accepting his offer readily. After a few days he, however, dedicated his life for the service of Islam unconditionally like other waqifeen. I sent his application to Hazrat Amir-ul-Momineen, with my opinion that he might be a useful missionary. I asked him to come and stay with us and to begin the study of Islam. Hazrat Amir-ul-Momineen graciously accepted his Waqf and Mr. Orchard began to work with other missionaries.””
Review Of Religions, June 1947_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Address to Majlis-i-Mushawarat, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, 23 October 1950

“The pledge I want you to take is that if there is any Ahmadi in your village or town, who is not taking part in Tahrik-e-Jadid, you should try to include them [and continue to do so] until there remains not a single Ahmadi who does not take part in Tahrik-e-Jadid…”


The Khalifa said:
Friday Sermon, 27 November 1953

“Now that nineteen years are coming to an end, I have decided that Tahrik-e-Jadid will continue up to your last breaths.”

“I have decided that Tahrik-e-Jadid should be organised in such a manner that each Daftar should be divided into two terms… the duration of each being nineteen years. Members who join later should continue to participate in these 19-year terms. I do not want to change this period because of the wisdom which lies in the figure 19, as put forth by myself.” (Friday Sermon, 27 November, 1953)

“If someone pledges to sacrifice the amount equivalent to one half of his monthly income – for instance, if his income is a hundred rupees, he pledges fifty rupees – this will be considered a good sacrifice. And if someone pledges the amount equalling his full monthly income, they will feel the burden of making this sacrifice.” (Friday Sermon, 4 November 1953)
The list of 5000 Ahmadi’s in 1953-54

A list of top 5000+ most pious (mukhalis) Ahmadi’s of the 1950’s


By 1960, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s were admitting that they were using money from Tahrik-e-Jadid to start Ahmadi companies.

It was interesting to see that Tahreek-e-Jadid established businesses with Chanda payers money under the name of “Fazl-e-Umar Research Institute”.

These businesses [] developed products with the brand name “Shino” that made Boot Polish, Vaseline Pomade and different varieties of Hair Oils. The company named “Fazl Pharmaceuticals, Pakistan” produced Balmex, Kofeex and Sunshine Gripe Water.

According to Alfazl (22 January 1960), the pioneer of Tehreek-e-Jadid, Mirza Bashirudin Mahmood Ahmad repeatedly advised Ahmadis to buy products from these companies and also sell them outside Jama’at.

What happened with these companies is a mystery for me, however the thing that has surprised me is that I never knew that the Jama’at was into establishing businesses like these. There is not a single MTA documentary or TV programme that explained business side of Tehreek-e-Jadid when talking about its history.

Some of the companies are as follows:

–Shino Boot polish
–KOFEEX (cough syrup)
–Sunshine Gripe Water
–Balmex (headache medicine)
–Shino hair oil
–Shino Vaseline Pomade

The company named “Fazl Pharmaceuticals, Pakistan” produced Balmex, Kofeex and Sunshine Gripe Water.

All of these products were available in Rabwah at Gol Bazaar.

Other Ahmadi companies

Shahtaj Sugar Mills
Shahtaj Textiles
Shahtaj Ghee Mills
Shezan Beverages
Idris Pharmaceuticals
Shahnawaz Ltd
OCS Courier
Punjab Oil Mills
Comstar (TM)
MTA TV Group
Jadoo TV Group
Sony Cycle Industries
Masters Textile Mills
Universal Stabilizers
Roomi travellers
Silver Spoon Restaurant, Sialkot
Combined Textiles
Clifton Shoes

Qadiani Products
Zaiqa Ghee and Oil
Mooli Soap
Gajar Soap
Speed Juices and Drinks
Shezan Mango Juice
Can-Olive oil
King Banaspati
Shan Aata
Raja Soup
Pearl Banaspati,
Speed Energy Drink
Zaiqa Ghee and Cooking Oil
Shezan Juice
Shezan Ketchup
Shezan Pickle
Shezan Samarqand
Sangam Doodh
Rehman Cone Mehndi

Qadiani Medicine companies 
Idris Pharmaceuticals
F.B Homeo Company
Lexo Homeo Company
Curative Homeo Company
Warson Homeo Company
Khursheed Unani Dawakhana

Rasheed Hospital, Lahore
Adil Hospital, Lahore
Avicenna Medical College & Hospital, Lahore
Tahir Heart Institute, Chenab Nagar
Fazle Omar Hospital, Chenab Nagar

Schools and Colleges
Nusrat Jehan Girls College
Abdusalam School of Sciences
Mirza Muzaffar Ahmad School of Management & Commerce
Zafarullah Khan Social Sciences & Languages School
Nusrat Jehan Boys College
Tahir Primary School
Nasir Higher Secondary School
Nusrat Jehan Girls Academy School
Nusrat Jehan Boys Academy School
Bait ul Hamd High School
Mariam Girls High SchoolMariam Siddiqa Higher Secondary School
Late 1960’s

In the late 1960’s, a famous “Tahrik-e-Jadid” pamphlet was published from Rabwah.

Report Majlis-i-Mushawarat, 1969

“From the very first day, Tahrik-e-Jadid has been based on optional sacrifice… It is suggested that donations of Tahrik-e-Jadid should be at least one fifth of the monthly income, but this is not a prescribed rate.”
Who is Mirza Wasim Ahmad? The 1/2 Arab son of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad? – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Mirza Wasim Ahmad is listed as the President of Tahrik-i-Jadid in India. 
(Friday Sermon, 2 December 1982)

“How can one be considered dead whose Chanda continues to be paid? We have to revive Daftar I. I want this Daftar to continue till the Last Day. The names of those who have once made exemplary sacrifices for the faith should never be forgotten. Their descendants should continue to pay Chanda on their behalf, and never should we say that even one of them is dead. They are alive in the sight of God and are also living in the form of their sacrifices. We should continue to witness the signs of their life in this world as well.”
Friday Sermon, 25 October 1985

“Whatever Tahrik-e-Jadid spends in the way of Allah in one year, Allah has always granted it much more in the following, and this has gone on and on in an astonishing manner. All the increments in Chandas [member subscription] are offspring of Tahrik-e-Jadid. If the poor people of Qadian and the Jamaats of India had not sacrificed their rupee or two after selling their goats and their garments, our budget could never have reached into the millions today. All the donations we see in the Jamaats of Europe, America and Africa are a result of the donations of Tahrik-e-Jadid which were offered in the early period with fervent prayers. Disciples of the Promised Messiahas were among those who took part in it….”
(Friday Sermon, 5 November 1993)

“The philosophy of Tahrik-e-Jadid, as put forth by Hazrat Fazl-e-Umarra [Khalifatul Masih II], is that we should try to save money in every way and offer as much as we can in the way of Allah. Every Ahmadi should protect himself against sin and seek Allah’s forgiveness.” 
Friday Sermon, 5 November 2004

“The principle laid down by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIra was that Tahrik-e-Jadid would be divided into 19-year periods. In keeping with this principle, Daftar IV has completed its 19 years and Daftar V begins from today. From now on, all the new Mujahidin [contributing members] who join the financial sacrifices of Tahrik-e-Jadid will become part of Daftar V, Insha-Allah. Those who have joined Ahmadiyyat in the past few years but have not yet joined Tahrik-e-Jadid should be included. These people too will join Daftar V. As I have said earlier, such new Ahmadis need to be told that it is essential to make financial sacrifices, and also that, even the message of Ahmadiyyat which reached them, actually, was the result of sacrifices that people made for Tahrik-e-Jadid. They should, therefore, join this Tahrik, not only to improve their own selves, but also to join the ranks of those who play a role in conveying this message further. I know that there are many such people, especially in India and Africa, who have not yet been made part of financial sacrifices. You have to bring them into this system. Moreover, from now on, all newborn Ahmadi children will also become part of Daftar V.” 

“Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIra once said that the institution of Tahrik-e-Jadid is a forerunner to Nizam-e-Wasiyyat, which means that Tahrik-e-Jadid will help strengthen Nizam-e-Wasiyyat and it will become the basis for people to get used to making financial sacrifices. It will be like a precursor or herald that will announce the coming of a great institution behind it – the institution of Nizam-e-Wasiyyat. I have already mentioned the deep connection between Nizam-e-Wasiyyat and Nizam-e-Khilafat. Moreover, with Nizam-e-Wasiyyat, our standard of sacrifice also has to be raised and Tahrik-e-Jadid is there to accustom us beforehand to make these sacrifices…” (Ibid.)

Friday Sermon, 5 November 2005

“You do not need to be disheartened as to how you will manage to revive such old accounts. Try to revive them from as far as you can, and then witness how Allah’s blessings descend upon you. As these blessings keep increasing, your capacity in this regard shall increase likewise, so much so that you will even wish to maintain continuity and make sure that no year has passed without payment… You must, therefore, attend to your own sacrifices as well as to those of your parents. Move forward quickly and be rewarded by the prayers of Angels, so that these blessings can pass on to your children as well. These prayers will be the greatest treasure you will leave behind for your progeny.”
Collection from the USA
Friday Sermon by Mirza Masroor Ahmad on Nov. 5th

Silicon Valley ———-$ 107,000
La Inland Empire  —$ 75,300
Chicago   —————$ 70,000
Detroit  ——————$ 67,000
L.A. East   ————–$ 47,000
Globally, the Ahmadiyya movement collected 14.5 million pounds (20 million dollars).
An Ahmadi mullah named Farhan Iqbal tweeted some Tahrik-e-Jadid stats.2010: £5.47m
2011: £6.63m
2012: £7.2m
2013: £7.87m
2014: £8.47m
2015: £9.22m
2016: £10.9m
2017: £12.58m
2018: £12.79m
2019: £13.6m
2020: £14.5m
2021: £15.3m
2022: £16.4m
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