Thorough research work on the Ahmadiyya Movement, #ahmadiyya #ahmadiyyat #ahmadiyyafactcheckblog #messiahhascome


February 2021

2021—Mirza Masroor Ahmad admits that the target goal for Ahmadi converts in Nigeria is 4000 for 2021

Ahmadiyya sources have lied repeatedly about the growth of Ahmadiyya, especially in Africa in the old British colonies. Watch my video on this topic with Mushtaq Malik herein. We estimate no more than 5000 Ahmadi’s in all of Nigeria by 2021. There seems to be 10-20 Ahmadiyya places of worship. The first one is unknown. Read about the Ahmadiyya jamaat stole a mosque in 1922 and later lost it. Also read about the 3rd and 4th sect of Ahmadis that was created in Nigeria. Read about how some of the earliest converts to Ahmadiyya from Nigeria quit once they learned of MGA’s prophethood. Read how the Qadiani and Mirza family was rejected by the majority of the Ahmadi’s in Nigeria by 1925. By the 1970’s, we estimate that there were barely 5000 Ahmadi’s in the entire country, in fact, one of the most famous Ex-Ahmadi’s was a professor named Dr. Balogan. He wrote extensively about the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s in the 1970’s. And finally, read the detailed research work that we have done on the history of Ahmadiyya in Nigeria. In 2012, the Nigerian government took control of many Ahmadiyya-operated schools, read about it here. Continue reading “2021—Mirza Masroor Ahmad admits that the target goal for Ahmadi converts in Nigeria is 4000 for 2021”

Who is Babu Ilahi Bakhsh, the accountant?

In “Life of Ahmad” (english, 1947) by Dard, his name is written as Babu Ilahi Bakhsh and he is referred to as an accountant. He could also be called as Munshi Ilahi Bakhsh Accountant , he was born roughly around 1850. He belonged to DG Khan and moved to Lahore due to his government service with the Accountant General Office in British India. He had deep affection with the religion of Islam which led him to get the knowledge of Quraan o Hadith. He became a student and disciple of famous scholar and spiritual leader of Amritsar, Syed Abdullah Ghaznavi. After the death of Syed Abdullah Ghaznavi (1881), his aspiration for the service of Islam took him to Mirza Ghulam Qadiani who, at that time, claimed to be in the field to challenge the christian missionaries and Ariya samajis via the announcement of the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya. Continue reading “Who is Babu Ilahi Bakhsh, the accountant?”

Who is Ahmad Noor Kabuli?

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called him as Mian Ahmad Noor in “Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”(1903)–English translation of 1984 (the post script, not the original book). In this book, MGA claims that the “2-goat prophecy” was meant to be about Mian Abd-ur-Rahman and Maulawi Muhammad Abdul Latif (aka Syed Abdul Latif). However, a few years earlier, MGA had claimed that the “2-goat prophecy” was about Ahmad Baig and his son-in-law, Sultan Muhammad. Continue reading “Who is Ahmad Noor Kabuli?”

Who is Syed Abdul Latif?

Via the 1984 english translation of “Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”(1903)–English translation, his name is spelled as Hazrat Sahibzada Sayyad Abdul Latif, he also calls him as Maulvi Abdul Latif, Sahibzada Maulvi Abdul Latif Sahib Shaheed, Maulvi Sahibzada Abdul Latif, Sahibzada Maulvi Abdul Latif, Abdul Latif and Sahibzada Maulavi Muhammad Abdul Latif. Continue reading “Who is Syed Abdul Latif?”

Who is Mian Abdul Rahman?

Mian Abdul Rahman was mentioned by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in his 1903 book, “Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”. MGA claimed that Mian Abdul Rahman was the second Ahmadi killed for being an Ahmadi, however, he didn’t give the dates. MGA was claiming that Syed Abdul Latif (died in july of 1903) was the first Ahmadi killed for his faith and Mian Abdul Rahman (died in 1901) the second. However, this is incorrect, since B.A. Rafiq (See the Afghan Martyrs) acknowledges that Mian Abdul Rahman was killed by King Ameer Abdur Rahman Khan (died on 10-1-1901). The new Amir, King or Khalifa, whatever you wish to call him was Habibullah Khan was the person who ordered the execution of Syed Abdul Latif. Continue reading “Who is Mian Abdul Rahman?”

“With Love to the Ahmadi’s of the World” by Farhan Yousafzai (2010)—free download

In 2010, our Muslim brother Farhan Khan published an amazing book on the topic of the Ahmadiyya prophethood. He covered most of the top arguments that Ahmadi’s make when they encounter Muslims. We have posted the book in the below. Continue reading ““With Love to the Ahmadi’s of the World” by Farhan Yousafzai (2010)—free download”

The reason that Ahmadi’s won’t admit that MGA died of cholera is because MGA told his enemies that they would die of cholera

We have proved that MGA died of cholera. Even Farquhar wrote the same in 1915. This is also the last words of MGA as reported by MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab in the 1927 as he narrated to Shaikh Ali Yacub Irfani in his autobiography. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second Friday Sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian, in it, he says MGA might have died of cholera. Continue reading “The reason that Ahmadi’s won’t admit that MGA died of cholera is because MGA told his enemies that they would die of cholera”

“Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”(1903)–English translation

The Narrative of Two Martyrdoms by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1903) is archived in the below, this is the official Qadiani-Ahmadi english translation. It was translated into english in 1984 by the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s. The 1984 english edition has what seems to be a post-script attached to it, this was not in the original. The original was also published in the Review of Religions of Nov-Dec 1903. Its unclear when the postcript was published. In 1907, MGA wrote Mian Abdul Rahman’s name as Sheikh ‘Abdur-Rahman (in Haqiqatul Wahy). Per Ahmadiyya sources, Siratul-Abdal is a continuation of the third Arabic pamphlet—‘Alamatul-Muqarrabin (The Signs of those Granted Nearness to God)—included in Tadhkiratush Shahadatain (The Two Martyrs) in which MGA discusses the traits of people who have attained nearness of Allah.

In this book, MGA makes his famous prediction that Ahmadiyya will eventually take over the world. Its the famous, “Ahmadiyya will convert the whole world prophecy”. MGA even wrote that it would take 300 years. This prophecy was highlighted in the late 1960’s via a Tahrik e Jadid pamphlet published from Rabwah.
Continue reading ““Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”(1903)–English translation”

Who is Muhammad Mateen Khalid in the history of #ahmadiyya?

Mateen Khalid seems to be a whistleblower who wrote many books against the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s and their operations at Rabwah. He wrote many books against the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s where he explained the deception of the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and his sons. Watch this video too, it explains the lies of the Mirza family. Continue reading “Who is Muhammad Mateen Khalid in the history of #ahmadiyya?”

Powered by

Up ↑