Intro
Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din is the famous Lahori-Ahmadi and was an intimate friend and personal lawyer for Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In fact, in 1904, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din prevented MGA from being jailed by presenting 500 rupees as bail money. This was unprecedented, the judge didn’t think MGA’s lawyer and team would have such a heavy amount, its really a fishy story. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din legally represented MGA many times and gave legal advice regularly to MGA and his team of workers at Qadian. His older brother was also a staunch Ahmadi, he had a similar name too, Khwaja Jamal ud Din. When the 2nd Khalifa was elected, Khwaja Kamal-uddin was in England and thus powerless. He returned to British India in December of 1914 and immediately published “The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914″. He doesn’t seem to have had an extensive literary career, in fact, most of his books are his lectures which were converted into books after his death.

He was a traveler, in fact, after 1912, he seems to have traveled all throughout the British Empire giving speeches, from London to Bombay to Burma, South Africa, Egypt and Singapore.
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1870

Grandson of the poet and judge Khwaja Abdur Rasheed, eminent lawyer and Islamic scholar Khwaja Kamaluddin was born in Punjab in 1870.
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1893

In 1893, he graduated from Forman Christian College in Lahore where he was drawn to Christianity before becoming inspired by the writings of the founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement. Kamaluddin worked as a lecturer and then as principal of Islamia College, Lahore, then graduated in law in 1898 and started a legal practice in Peshawar. He wrote extensively on Islam, and delivered lectures across the Indian subcontinent, also raising funds for Aligarh University.

He was also present during the written debate with Abdullah Athim (See Dard).
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1896

He is listed in the famous list of the first 313 Ahmadi’s (See Dard), he is Ahmadi #64, his wife is also listed alongside him.

Per Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, Khawaja Kamaluddin was in opposition to the famous speech entitled, “Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam” (See Truth about the Split).
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1898

He represented MGA in court during MGA’s famous court case with Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi (See Dard).
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1901

Khwaja Kamal-uddin and Muhammad Ali defended MGA in the famous case of the Wall (See Dard).

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1904

In 1904, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din prevented MGA from being jailed by presenting 500 rupees as bail money. This was unprecedented, the judge didn’t think MGA’s lawyer and team would have such a heavy amount, its really a fishy story. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din legally represented MGA many times and gave legal advice regularly to MGA and his team of workers at Qadian.
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1906

He is super high ranking Ahmadi. He is in the top 14, in fact, he is made the legal advisor for the Sadr Anjuman.

With the publication of Al-Wasiyyat and its Appendix, MGA laid down the foundation of this Anjuman and named it Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya Qadian, and proposed establishing its branches in other places where the community existed. He appointed fourteen members as trustees of this Anjuman, with Maulana Nur-ud-Din as President and Maulana Muhammad Ali as Secretary. The following are the names of the fourteen members:

  1. Maulana Nur-ud-Din            —  President
    2.      Maulana Muhammad Ali      —  Secretary
       3.      Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din         —  Legal Advisor
    4.      Maulana Syed Muhammad Ahsan of Amroha
    5.      Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad
    6.      Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malir Kotla
    7.      Seth Abdur Rahman of Madras
    8.      Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan of Peshawar
    9.      Mir Hamid Shah of Sailkot
    10.      Shaikh Rahmatullah of Lahore
    11.      Dr. Mirza Yaqub Baig of Lahore
    12.      Dr. Syed Muhammad Husain Shah of Lahore
    13.      Dr. Khalifa Rashid-ud-Din
    14.      Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail

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1908

On 4-28-1908, MGA arrived in Lahore at chose to stay at the house of Kwaja Kamaluddin, a few weeks later, he shifted to a different house. MGA died on 5-26-1908, Khwaja Kamaluddin never uttered a word about it.

He famously read out MGA’s will and announced the Khilafat of Noorudin.
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1909

–He opposes total control of the Khalifa officially.

–After that, he is ordered by Noorudin to give a speech which seems to have been written by Noorudin at some conference outside of Qadian (See Mujahid-e-Kabir). He continues and goes around India debating Ahmadiyya with anyone who is willing to listen.

The ROR of April-1909 (see page 150) alleges that there are 400,000 Ahmadi’s in the world. This was part of a speech that was given at the “Convention of Religions” held in Calcutta on April 9-11, 1909. This speech was given by Khwaja Kamaluddin and most likely written by Maulvi Muhammad Ali (see Mujahid-e-Kabir).
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1910
Al-Badr, October 27, 1910
http://www.ahmadiyya.org/qadis/sadiq.htm
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/24/mufti-muhammad-sadiq-says-we-dont-preach-hazrat-mirzas-prophethood/


On October 9, 1910, a delegation of Ahmadi scholars went on a tour of Uttar Pradesh and this delegation was headed by Maulavi Syed Sarwar Shah and included people like Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Khawaja Kamal-ud-Din, and Maulavi Sadruddin. When the delegation arrived in Lucknow, it had a meeting with Maulana Shibli No‘amaani, who made a special reference to Maulana Hakeem Noor-ud-Deen, who, at that time, was the head of Ahmadiyya Jama‘at. Maulana Shibli No‘amaani said, “Maulavi Hakeem Noor-ud-Deen is a giant among scholars and I have a keen desire to meet him and, as a matter of fact, I had decided to leave for Qadian but the visit was put off due to an accident.”

The ROR of May-1910 reports that Khwaja Kamaluddin held a meeting at Kohat, Punjab, Modern day Pakistan and gave speeches and etc.

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1911

The ROR of Feb-1911 gives the text of a speech that was given by Khwaja Kamaluddin called “Islam”. This speech was given on Jan 9th, 1911 at Allahabad at the Convention of Religions.

He writes the famous essay in opposition to Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad on Takfir. 
“My beliefs about non-Ahmadi Muslims”, dated 18 August 1911 by Khwaja Kamal-uddin.

The ROR of Jan-1912 reproduces a lecture of Khwaja Kamaluddin from Dec. 4th, 1911 at the Muhammad Educational Conference in Delhi.

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1912

He is mentioned as giving lectures on “What should Muslims do now” in Lahore in the ROR of April-1912.

He arrived in England on September 24th, 1912. He stayed for roughly 2 years and thus left for India in November of 1914. He must have arrived in British-India by late December.

Kamaluddin travelled to Britain in 1912 to pursue a legal case on behalf of a client. He settled in Kingston and gave his first British public talk on Islam at Speaker’s Corner, Hyde Park. Soon afterwards, he took control of the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking with the support of Syed Ameer Ali, Sir Abbas Ali Beg and Sir Thomas Arnold. He established the Woking Muslim Mission and Literary Trust there, as well as the journal The Islamic Review (1913-67) through which he and other contributors sought to counter misconceptions about Islam among the British. During his time in Britain, he delivered several lectures, including at Cambridge University and the Lyceum Club, on topics such as the comparative merits of Islam and Christianity and the position of women in Islam. He also oversaw several conversions at the Shah Jahan Mosque.
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1913

The ROR of Jan-1913 has a message for the attendees at the 1912 Jalsa at Qadian, he tells them to keep working and etc. 

The ROR of Feb-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “Jesus as an ideal of Godhead and Humanity”.

The ROR of March-1913 mentions how Khwaja Kamaluddin’s newspapers, “The Muslim India, and “Islamic Review” are out and can be purchased.

The ROR of Apr-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. His newspaper, “Muslim India” is also mentioned.

The ROR of May-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. A letter of the Khwaja is also posted. A letter of his for the All India Muslim League (Lucknow), dated Feb-13-1913.

The ROR of June-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin.

The ROR of July-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin.

The ROR of Aug-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin.

The ROR of Sep-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin.

The ROR of Oct-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. It also mentions how Khwaja Kamaluddin read out a paper at the “6th Congress of Religions” in Paris, France on July 19th, 1913.

The ROR of Nov-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. It also mentions how Khwaja Kamaluddin was invited to the Congress of Religious Progress in Paris, France.

He runs the Woking Mosque. He met Lord Headley and seems to have gotten him to convert to Ahmadiyya (Lahori-version). Many english newspapers reported that Lord Headley was drunk and disorderly in 1916. Maulvi Noorudin also defends Khwaja Kamaluddin to the family of MGA. The ROR of Dec-1913 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. The conversion of Lord Headley is also mentioned in the ROR of Dec-1913 as well as a man named George Lewis Hatch, who seems to live in Hyderabad (Deccan), India and he allegedly converted on Feb 4th, 1913. A 3rd convert is Captain Ghulam Rasul (also spelled Gholam Rasol), also from Hyderabad (Deccan), India. He claims that Brother Muhammad Abdullah Hatch (aka George Lewis Hatch) converted him to Ahmadiyya, his letter to the ROR is posted. It is also reported that a woman named Violet Ebrahim has converted to Ahmadiyya. A woman in India (Delhi) named Mrs. Khadev Jang sent money and a note that Muslims should help Khwaja Kamaluddin. 5 additional converts are also mentioned, named are not given.

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1914

The ROR of Jan-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore. It also tells about how Khwaja Kamaluddin and Lord Headley and their activities. A prayer of Lord Headley’s is also given.

++March–the Khalifa dies and MGA’s son is the new Khalifa.

The ROR of Feb-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore. The ROR of Feb-1914 alleges that “L’ islamisme” is a valuable french language islamic newspaper out of Port Louis, Mauritius and operated by the “Ikhwat-ul-Islam Society”. A quote from the “L’ islamisme” is given, it claims that there are 400,000 Ahmadi’s in the world and Maulvi Muhammad Ali is the Khalifa. It also contains a correction, since Muhammad Ali is not the Khalifa. It also mentions the work of Maulvie Khwaja Kamaluddin and his work at the Woking and with his newspaper, The Islamic Review. It also mentions the conversion of Lord Headley. The ROR continues and reports on the great work that Khwaja Kamaluddin is doing (in 1913), he seems to have written an article in “Muslim India”. It is also reported how Khwaja Kamaluddin will receive 100 pounds per month for leading the Friday Service. It talks about pulling money from “The London Mosque Fund”. Sayyid Ameer Ali is also mentioned.

The ROR of March-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of April-1914 reports how Sayyal got published in the “Woking Herald”, (Dated March 27th, 1914). Rev. Weitbrecht has accused the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s of deception, since they were using the word “father” for God. Sayyal even alleges that Muslims believe in the Bible just like Christans. Sayyal signed off on March 19th, 1914 and from the Woking Mosque. The ROR of April-1914 tells us how the Lahori-Ahmadi’s, Khwaja Kamaluddin and his team of workers at the Woking have written an article vs. Rev. Weitbrecht, entitled, “The Muslim Woking Centre and Rev. Weitbrecht.

The ROR of May-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of June-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore. In the ROR of June, Sayyal is mentioned by the newly elected 2nd Khalifa as well as Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din as two Ahmadi’s working out of London, the Khalifa tells the world that if they want to see the missionary spirit of Ahmadi’s, see the 2 people mentioned in England.

The ROR of July-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahoreand it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. The Qadiani-Ahmadi Murrabi Sayyal talked down about Khwaja Kamaluddin and claimed that he wasn’t a proper missionary and all Muslims were missionaries, he also stated how Khwaja Kamaluddin was educated in Christian schools. This was in terms of Reverend H.U. Weitbrecht, who had many discussions with Ahmadi’s in terms of the Yuz Asaf theory. There is another letter in the ROR of July-1914 which is a review of an article by Khwaja Kamaluddin, in his newspaper, “The Light” of June 6th, 1914. This seems to have appeared in the same newspaper of Dec 14th, 1912 (page 595), it seems that Khwaja Kamaluddin wrote about a connection with MGA’s prophecies and the Balkan War (doomsday prophecy).

The ROR of Aug-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Sep-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Oct-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

++November–he leaves for British India

The ROR of Nov-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

++December—he arrived in British India and publishes his famous book, “”The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement””, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914.

The ROR of Dec-1914 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers and it specifically mentions Khwaja Kamaluddin. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.
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1915

He visits Mecca and performs Hajj (See the Islamic Review of 1949).

The ROR of Jan-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Feb-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of March-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR Of April-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR Of May-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of June-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of July-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Aug-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Sep-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Oct-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Nov-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Dec-1915 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.
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1916

He writes a book about the controversy surrounding Muhammad Ali’s english translation and commentary of the Quran, which was eventually published in 1917. Nevertheless, the Qadiani-jamaat wanted to sue Muhammad Ali for publishing material that he wrote while he was an employee of the Sadr-Anjuman. The controversy exists in a book by Khawaja Kamal-uddin entitled, “Ahmadiyya Jamaat Mein Moqudamaat”, in english as, “The Cases in the Ahmadiyya Jamaat”.

The ROR of January-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of February-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Mar-April of 1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of May-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of June-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of July-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Aug-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Sep-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Oct-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

It is unclear when he returned to England, however, on 11-15-1916 he gave a speech in London.

The ROR of Nov-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.

The ROR of Dec-1916 contains an advertisement for the Islamic Review and Muslim India, both of which are Lahori-Ahmadi newspapers. They can be had in the UK at the Woking or from Lahore.
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1918

The ROR of May-1918 attacks Khwaja Kamaluddin and his missionary work in the UK and around the world.
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1919

Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din was in Bombay on a preaching tour. The Qadiani-Ahmadi’s also made a note of it herein.

By October, he was back in London, he gave a speech on 10-25-1919.

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1920

In February, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din went to Bombay and Madras in the company of Maulvi Muhammad Ali on a preaching and fund raising tour. In the middle of February they went first to Bombay and after a few days’ stay there, during which they delivered speeches, they reached Madras where the Muslim public gave them a grand welcome. They stayed at the house of Seth Malang Ahmad Badshah. No sooner had they arrived in Madras that Maulana Muhammad Ali was taken ill and could not make any public speeches. However, the Khwaja sahib delivered many speeches. During this tour of Bombay and Madras they addressed the Muslim public and emphasised upon them the importance and need of the propagation of Islam and appealed for donations for the Anjuman. During this tour not only were reasonable funds raised for the Anjuman and the Woking Mission but many supporters were also gained who appreciated the work done by this Movement (See Mujahid e Kabir).

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By 9-6-1920, he was in Burma and gave a speech.

On 10-23-1920, Khwaja Kamaluddin was in the Dutch colony of Indonesia and arrived in Surabaya (see “Conversion to Ahmadiyya in Indonesia: Winning Hearts through Ethical and Spiritual Appeals” by Ahmad Najib Burhani, 2014).
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1921

By 2-1-1921, he was in Singapore giving speeches.
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1922

The ROR of June-July-August reports that Khwaja Kamaluddin visited the Qadiani-Ahmadi center in London. He also visited Berlin, Germany.
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1923

He visits Mecca and performs Hajj for the second time (See the Islamic Review of 1949). He is in Egypt on 6-25-1923, giving speeches.
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1924

He is back in India and gave speeches in Bombay on 10-10-1924.
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1925

He is back in London and giving speeches. He is mentioned in the ROR of October-1925 and hw the Lahori-Ahmadi’s had changed islamic beliefs relating to Eisa (As) and Adam (as).

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1926
https://www.muslim.org/photos/sa.htm
https://www.aaiil.org/text/books/kk/messageislam/messageislam.shtml

The late Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din to come and speak in the Cape Town Civic Hall when he and Lord Headley visited South Africa at the invitation of some businessmen from Durban, Natal. They had much respect and praises for him and frequently published his articles and that of M.M. Ali in their local newspaper, the Azaan.

I have compiled some information about the visit by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din and Lord Headley to Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. It is at this link.

I noticed that a newspaper in Cape Town, the Argus, reporting on a speech by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din, wrote as follows:

This is an image from The Islamic Review, May 1926 (p. 166), where news items from South African newspapers about their visit are quoted.

It says that Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din “had the figure of a prophet, the face of an archangel…”. I thought I would post this before our critics discover it themselves and accuse us of believing in Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din as a prophet and an angel!

By December he was back in London and giving speeches.
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1928

He started the “British Muslim Society”, he was on the executive council. 
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1932

He died on December 28, 1932 in Lahore, British-India (see the Islamic review of 1949).
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1935

He is mentioned by the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s in the ROR of July-1935, this was in terms of Ahmadiyya Takfir and how is started. He essentially blamed Khwaja Kamaluddin for Takfir being a huge issue with the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s.
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Links and Related Essay’s

https://www.muslim.org/books/m-kabir/mjk3-3.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khwaja_Kamal-ud-Din

The #Ahmadiyya Takfir timeline

Khawaja Kamaluddin and the Al-Fazl in 1919

Who is Abdullah Athim (1828–1896)? The Ex-Muslim turned Christian who beat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1893 via a written debate

“My beliefs about non-Ahmadi Muslims”, dated 18 August 1911 by Khwaja Kamal-uddin

Khawaja Kamaluddin and the Al-Fazl in 1919

Who is Khwaja Jamal ud Din?

Khwaja Kamal-Ud-Din Prevents MGA From Being Jailed (1904)

When Khwaja Kamaluddin arrived in England (1912)

The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914

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