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May 2021

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called GOG and MAGOG as the Russian and British Christians

In 1893, in an arabic only book (Hamamatul Bushra), MGA called the Russians and British Christians as GOG AND MAGOG. This is ironic, since MGA lived under the protection of the British government. Furthermore, since 1984, the Ahmadiyya Khalifa has been living in the UK on asylum and under the protection of the British. MGA had also called the Christian missionaries as DAJJAL. Later on in 1908, in Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 23, MGA again asserted that the European powers, and not just the missionaries were GOG and MAGOG, see Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 23, pp. 83-88, via Essence of Islam Vol.1.
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When Britain declared war on the Ottoman Empire (1914), Ahmadis supported the British

In 1914, WW-1 broke out and the final islamic nation the Ottoman Empire. #Ahmadis supported the British against the Ottoman empire. The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad even reminded the British government that MGA’s bait form of 1889 included an oath of allegiance to the British government and thus, it was proven that all Ahmadis were loyal to the British. The Khalifa didn’t mention that after 1896, condition #4 of the bait form had been changed and loyalty to the British had been removed by MGA himself. The Khalifa went so far to even say, “We can not carry on our propaganda under any of the so-called Muslim states”.  Later on, in the 1920, Zafrullah Khan pretended to support the Khilafat movement just to get intel on the Muslims and then relayed it back to the British.

The references posted in the below seem to come from the Khalifa, however, no source was given by @Ehzan on twitter.

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MGA makes utterly false claims about the apocryphal Gospel of Barnabas in his book “Jesus in India”

The Gospel of Barnabas is inaccurate, it is not a credible source of info. MGA began quoting it in 1898 (See “Raze Haqiqat” in terms of his unique Jesus in India=Yuz Asaf theory).

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#Ahmadiyya has bankrupted my family!

My brother, Khurram Shah, has recently filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Northern California. He is asking to be able to make payments on roughly 1.5 million. His house is about to be taken from him, he is in a terrible situation. He owes over 50k in credit card bill and 300k in hard money business loans.

Ahmadiyya has bankrupted him and now he is looking for loans from family members to bail him out. His wife (and first cousin) Syed Qanta Shah is also a debtor in this bankruptcy.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called himself the son of Allah (naozobillah)

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wanted to get Christian’s to join Ahmadiyya, thus, they invented some silly parallels which might entice a Christian to convert to Ahmadiyya. Initially, in the 1878-1882 era, via Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 3 (see page 211 online english edition), MGA scoffed at the idea of God having sons and etc. Then again in 1891, when MGA claimed to be the Messiah and Mahdi (in 1892), MGA spoke of himself in some type of weird metaphoric trinity. In 1892, MGA had his famous dream wherein he thought himself to be God (see at the 5:48 mark).

In the 1907 era (See Haqiqatul Wahy), MGA was claiming that his GOD was human and ate, fasted and etc. MGA took it a step further and claimed to receive a revelation wherein his God called him his son. This could also be a rip-off of Bahaism.  In the same book (Haqiqatul Wahy) also claimed to be the Brahman Avatar in a weird revelation. MGA and his team of writers mentioned how this was all metaphorical, just like MGA’s prophethood.

Furthermore, it should be noted that MGA called himself the baruz of God (naozobillah), just like he had claimed to be the baruz (second manifestation) of Muhammad (saw) (astagfarullah). MGA also claimed to have been given the highest throne of them all. This was all in the era of 1906-1907.
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Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad ever see Gabriel?

From 1879 to 1901, Mirza Ghulam and his team of writers claimed that Gabriel could never bring Wahy Nubuwwat ever again. In fact, MGA never even mentioned seeing Gabriel in this era. However, as we all know, all 124,000 prophets saw Gabriel and got Allah’s revelations from Gabriel. This is a quranic rule. MGA knew this, in 1901, MGA claimed prophethood in a slick way and remained quiet on the status of Gabriel.

In 1903, MGA and his team of writers had a revelation published in the English-Review of Religions of January 1903 wherein MGA said he saw a dream on 1-2-1903 wherein MGA claims the “Word of Allah” aka “Kalimatullah”, which is described as Eisa (as) in the Quran, came to him, MGA called him an aail, and then claims that aail is Gabriel.

By 1906-1907, via Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA claimed to seen an Ayal again, and called it Gabriel again, in his footnote. Read about how Eisa (as) will always have Gabriel with him herein.

It should be noted that in 1900, when MGA allegedly delivered “Khutbah ilhamiya”, MGA’s team of writers claimed that the Ruhul Amin (aka Gabriel) was with MGA.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad compared ejaculation with prayers

After MGA died, Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya vol. 5 was published and in it is a strange comparison that MGA made with ejaculation and prayers. Read my full review on BA5 herein.

In this specific reference, MGA and his team of writers specifically compare the pleasure of ejaculation with prayers.

Urdu scan of BA5, Rk, page

The quote from the online english edition of BA5, see pages 274-275

“””Yet another similarity between the sperm and the state of humility and fervour in Prayer is that just as a man’s sperm enters the body of his wife or another woman, at the time of ejaculation it flows freely just like the flowing of tears in a state of fervour and anguished supplication. And just as the sperm ejaculates spontaneously, so do tears flow from the eyes of a person at the height of anguished prayer. And just as the pleasure of ejaculations is at times lawful when experienced with one’s wife, and at times unlawful when experienced with a prostitute, the same is the case with the state of anguish and fervour, which at times is only for the sake of the One and Peerless God, with no contamination of idolatry or innovation. This is lawful pleasure. But at times such pleasure is experienced in the passion and fervour of worship that has the element of innovations, creature worship, and the worship of idols and goddesses, and then it is like the pleasure experienced during intercourse with a prostitute.”””

Links and Related Essay’s

Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Part 5–A full review and analysis

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad promised 300 arguments for his Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, but only delivered one argument

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad didn’t write Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya; vol. 5

Announcements about Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya 1879–1882

Barahin-e- Ahmadiyyah volume 5, was re-published in 1914, it was the second edition

The Queen of the Princely state of Bhopal invested heavily (1878) into Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his Braheen–they were disappointed by the product

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was considered a Kafir in 1884, before his wildest claims

In 1882-1884, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was indirectly denying Quran 3:49, as he denied the miracles of Esa (as)

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad quoted and commented on 17:8 in 1884 in the Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, vol. 4, he then connected 17:8 with the return of the Messiah

In 1880, before the publishing of the Barahin i Ahmadiyya series, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad already knew that he was the second coming of Esa (as)


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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s GOD prayed, ate, fasted and is just like humans

Al-Bushra is a rare manuscript in Ahmadiyya history. In fact, it isn’t even on the official website of the Qadiani jamaat. It was compiled by a close toilet attendant of MGA and published in 1914, before Tadhkirah, which came in 1935. There are soooo many controversial revelations in this compilation. In fact, in the below, you will see how MGA is inferring that his God prays, eats, fasts and does other things like humans. In MGA’s lifetime, in Haqiqatul Wahy (1907), MGA claimed that wherein his GOD called him his son and claimed to pray like humans, it was all a metaphor and figurative. It should be noted that the original edition of Haqiqatul Wahy is totally missing. We are using the recent online english edition. However, many footnotes could be from the publishers and not from MGA.

Moreover, in 1891, MGA was inferring the same things in his first book after claiming to be the Messiah, “Taudih-e-Maram” or “Elucidation of Objectives” (1890). In this book, MGA misquoted Ibn Arabi and claimed that his GOD was like a tendwa (hindi word meaning leopard or octopus). In 1907, MGA claimed that his God had a mouth.

In another scenario, MGA famously published an ilham wherein he claimed that he was GOD and had created a new Earth and etc (1893). Incidentally, all of MGA’s claims started off as metaphorical, i.e., the claim of being Eisa (as), the claim of prophethood. Almost all of MGA’s claims started off as figurative and turned into reality.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad ate biscuits which most likely had pig fat in them, he didn’t care, they blamed Muhammad (saw)

Watch my tik tok on this topic herein and instagram and youtube channel. Watch my 2nd tik tok too. In December of 1923, Seeratul Mahdi’s first edition was published. There was immediate backlash from the Muslims of India in terms of MGA’s lifestyle. In terms of pig fat, MGA had the habit of eating biscuits and cake’s which were most likely made with pig fat. Pig fat was used by the Europeans in many ways. In fact, the enfield rifle was required to be lubed by pig/beef capsules. This caused the famous rebellion of 1857. The story of MGA and his eating habits were given in extreme detail in Seeratul Mahdi.

Nevertheless, the Muslims of India immediately accused MGA of indiscriminately eating biscuits and other treats without caring to check if they had pig fat or not. This seems to have triggered the Ahmadiyya Movement to respond. Thus, in February of 1924, the assistant editor of the Al-Fazl magazine, Mehr Muhammad Khan found a fatwa from MGA from MGA’s diary and published it in the Al-Fazl of 22nd February, 1924. In this fabricated fatwa, MGA accused Muhammad (Saw) of eating cheese that was known to have pig fat in it. However, this is a lie, this never happened. Recently, Razi, the murrabi-in-training who owns the Ahmadi answers website has claimed that MGA was referring to Fathul Mu’in Sharhu Qur’atil Ain by Sheikh Zainul-Abidin Bin Abdul Aziz, under the heading Babus Salat. However, MGA never gave a reference, and this is not a hadith and it doesn’t mention pig fat at all.

It should be noted that the diary of MGA seems to have been a missing manuscript and thus totally doctored by the Khalifa at Qadian as the need arose to write a fatwa. Which is exactly what happened in this case.

The title of the essay in Al-Fazl is, “Hazrat Maseeh e Maud ka eik prana Maktub”, in english as “Hazrat Promised Messiah’s old letter”. In this fake letter, Ahmadi’s assert that MGA was claiming that if it is unknown if a food has pig fat in it, then, there is no sin in eating it and he accused Muhammad (saw) as such.

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