Per the UK charities commission’s mandatory report from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association United Kingdom (AMAUK) collected 22 million pounds for the financial year ending 30 June 2019, see the charities commission website. We have written analysis of some of the other Ahmadiyya charities in the UK, see here. It should be noted that the AMAUK is separate and behaves separately from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International (AMJI).
Surprisingly, they also gave the number of employees (243), total volunteers aka members (9450) and trustees (27). Thus, we finally know how many Ahmadi’s there are in all of the UK.
Of the 22 million that was collected, 7.2 million was given to the center aka, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International (AMJI). 3.2 million was given to the general mosque fund. The AMAUK spent almost 3 million on the 2019 Jalsa, which is the highest expense. The Ahmadi murrabis are next at 2.8 million. Maintenance of branches and property expenses costed them 2.2 million. Hospitality and kitchen was about 400k.
In terms of current assets, the AMAUK is currently holding 50+ million in net assets, this is mostly in the form of land and buildings. Cash “in-hand” is about 4 million.
In 2018, of the 21 million collected, Wasiyyat was the biggest category at 5.7 million. Chanda Aam was second at 3 million, followed by mosque fund at 2.7 million, Tehrik-e-Jadid at 1.7 million, Waqf-e-Jadid at 1.6 million, and gifts at 1.4 million. Thus, the Wasiyyat business generated 25%+ of the collection of money in 2019.
What does all of this prove?
This proves the Ahmadiyya movement spends lots on nonsense. They aren’t helping the poor and use most of the money to pay their employees (pennies) and thus launder the money overseas.
Full financial report for the financial year ending 30 June 2019
What the charity does:
The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Who the charity helps:
Other Defined Groups
The General Public/mankind
How the charity helps:
Provides Human Resources
Provides Buildings/facilities/open Space
Where the charity operates:
Throughout England And Wales
Dr MUNAWAR AHMAD
MOHAMMED AKRAM AHMEDI
Nisar Ahmad Orchard (since 2013)
Mirza Abdul Rasheed (since 2013)
RAFIQ AHMED HAYAT (Chair)
MANSOOR AHMED SHAH
Mubashar Ahmed (since 2016)
SULTAN LONE (since 2013)
ABDUL QUDDUS ARIF (since 2018)
DR Ch Ijaz Ur Rehman (since 2016)
Malik Mohyuddin Abdullah (since 2019)
Abdullah Jheengoor (since 2013)
Nadimur Rahman (since 2019)
Sheikh Tariq Mahmood (since 2013)
MOHAMMED NASSER KHAN
FAHIM ANWER (since 2016)
Naseer Ahmad Dean (since 2019)
Irfan Ahmed Quraishi (since 2014)
Dr TARIQ ANWAR BAJWA
MOHAMED ARSHAD AHMEDI
Dr SHABIR AHMED BHATTI
Mr Mujib Ahmad Mirza (since 2016)
MASROOR AHMAD (since 2011)
Dr CHAUDHRY NASIR AHMAD
Irfan Chaudhry (since 2013)
It is not the full text of the charity’s governing document.
CONSTITUTION ADOPTED 21/04/1987 AS AMENDED ON 27/06/2010 AS AMENDED ON 26/02/2011 as amended on 19 Dec 2020
THE AIMS AND OBJECTS FOR WHICH THE ASSOCIATION IS ESTABLISHED ARE: (A) THE PROPAGATION OF ISLAM AS EXPOUNDED BY MIRZA GHULAM AHMAD OF QADIAN, THE FOUNDER OF THE AHMADIYYA MOVEMENT AND THE KHALIFATUL MASIH AND GENERALLY TO PROMOTE THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RELIGION IN ANY OR ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. (B) THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION AMONG THE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION AND SUCH OTHER PERSONS AS THE MANAGING COMMITTEE OF THE ASSOCIATION MAY FROM TIME TO TIME DETERMINE. (C) THE PROVISION, AS FAR AS POSSIBLE, OF MAINTENANCE OF INDIGENT PERSONS, ORPHANS AND WIDOWS AND FOR SUCH OTHER PERSONS AS ARE UNABLE BY REASON OF SOME PHYSICAL OR OTHER INFIRMITY OR HANDICAP TO MAINTAIN THEMSELVES ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. (D) THE RELIEF OF POVERTY IN ANY OR ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
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