Razi ullah Noman with #Ahmadianswers is sooo frustrated. He has lost all of his debates, he ran out of Ahmadi’s who have converted and thus can’t do conversion stories anymore. Thus, he has resorted to racism. In the below, we present a screen shot wherein Razi described Ar-Razack aka Yemenite Front as a dirty arab.
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was once drawn by a correspondent of the daily Zamindar [16 June, 1936] of Lahore into the controversy as to the nature of the claims of the Founder of the Ahmadiyyah Movement and the rights of the Ahmadiyya communities to claim a position within Islam. Both these matters were set at rest by the Maulana in the very first passage of his first letter to the said correspondent (See the 1936 quote in the below). It seems like Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was saying that the Lahori-Ahmadi were much better than the Qadiani’s, however, its unclear if he knew their beliefs on the father of Eisa (As). As we all know, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s believe that Eisa (As) had a biological father and thus deny the Quran and are thus not Muslim.
However, when MGA died, in 1908, it has been alleged by Qadiani-Ahmadi sources that he wrote a good review of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his work (See the quote in the below). However, in the same edition of the newspaper (Wakeel) it was written that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad died on cholera. Ahmadi’s have never quoted this part of the review, and for obvious reasons. In 1926, there seem to have been letters exchanged by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and some Muslims of India.
It is pertinent to mention here that Abdul Qadir Father of Abdul Majid Salik was a Resident of Batala district Gurdaspur he and his elder brother had converted to Ahmadiyyah, and having faith in MGAQ. (Salik confirms this in his book SARGUZISHT screen shot attached)
Bi weekly Newspaper Vakil Amritsar was owned by Khan Ata Muhammad Khan who was father of Allama Inayatullah Al Mashriqi of Khaksar Movement. In 1901 Munshi Fazil Shaikh Ghulam Muhammad Mukhtar was its editor (few title pages and one which showing name of editor is attached).
Molana Abulkalam Azad, when he was under the tutelage of Khan Ata Muhammad Khan was a part of editorial team of Vakil for 5 years from 1903 to 1908 at a young age of 15 years. The obituary note published on 30 May 1908 was written by Munshi Abdul Majeed Kapoor Thalvi and the aspect, who was the editor of Vakil at that time, could not be known.
Tadhkirah wasn’t the first attempt to collect MGA’s revelations and turn them into a book. Al-Bushra and a few others existed before the idea of Tadhkirah. The first Urdu edition was published in 1935. It was quoted in the ROR of Feb-1942 and alleges that MGA had his first revelation in 1862. In fact, this article goes over lots of alleged revelations of MGA.
The second Urdu edition was published in 1965, another volume was published in 1969 from Rabwah, when the Khalifa died, its unclear what edits were made and why the new Khalifa wanted this done. Just 4 years later in 1969, yet another volume was published from Rabwah. This is very suspicious and again, we aren’t sure what was edited in or out. This was followed by the famous 1976 english translation of Tadhkirah, translated by Muhammad Zafrullah Khan. Which was then followed by the 2004 english translation and a new urdu edition of Tadhkirah. In 2006 came the first ever PDF version, which contained a famous edit on MGA’s takfir statement of 1906, the PDF version had totally edited out that entire story. Another Urdu edition was also published and they edited out wherein MGA called his cousin’s widow as a prostitute. This woman ended up marrying her grand-daughter to the 4th Khalifa, Mirza Tahir Ahmad. The urdu editions seem to have stopped. However, 2 more english editions appeared, the 2009 english edition and a 2018-2019 english edition.
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He was the younger son of Mirza Sultan Ahmad and the grandson of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Not much is known about his life. The British government claimed that Mirza Rashid Ahmad was born in 1903 and that Mirza Aziz Ahmad (his brother) was born in 1892.
His photo seems to be herein, bottom left and his 3 sons (names are unknown).
Tabligh e Risalat seems to be a collection of MGA’s announcements, it seems to also be called as Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat. It is quoted across Ahmadiyya literature. Mir Qasim Ali might have been the compiler. Maybe the changed the name after later editions?
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“Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat”, in english as “Collection of Flyers or Posters”, is a collection of MGA’s announcement (See Hidden Treasures). However, there has been lots of tampering by Ahmadiyya editors. By 1922, it seems to have already existed, since Maulvi Muhammad Ali (the lahori-ahmadi) quoted in 1921-1922 in his book, (“Heresy in Islam”) this must have been the first edition (See page 85). Muhammad Ali wrote that Mir Qasim Ali was the author. However, this is not acknowledged in Hidden Treasures. We are for sure that the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s have went back and inserted fake announcements to cover the failed prophecies of MGA.
There seems to be a 1986 edition of Majmu`a Ishtiharat, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s quoted it herein. It seems to have a connection with “Tabligh e Risalat”.
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Mir Qasim Ali was a Qadiani-Ahmadi. He was actively writing for the Qadiani Jamaat and debating opponents and starting newspapers. In fact, In 1931, he wrote: “Batalvi ka Anjam” in english as “The end of Batalvi”.
In 1909, he was with the Ahmadiyya team in Rampur as they debated Maulvi Sanaullah (see Nur ud Din, page 125). He even started a newspaper from Delhi in 1910 with the 1st Khalifa’s approval. In 1911 and 1915, he launched another newspaper. Mir Qasim Ali seems to have been very involved with defending the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s after the split of 1914. He seems to have written a few books, one of them is “Khilafat-i-Mahmud”, in english it would be, “The Khilafat of Mahmud”, he wrote another book, “Muslih Maud”, in english it would be “The Promised Reformer”. These books were quoted in 1966 by Qazi Muhammad Nazeer, as the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s responded to the criticisms of the Lahori-Ahmadi’s, specifically by Mumtaz Ahmad Faruqi. He had also collected all the announcements of MGA and had them published as “Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat” (see Muhammad Ali, 1922, (“Heresy in Islam”) this must have been the first edition (See page 85). He also seems to have added a footnote in some book by MGA named ‘”Tabligh-e-Risalat” (see page 7).
In 1892, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wrote “A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam”, which contains Arabic and Urdu. The Arabic is mostly a part of this book which is called At-Tabligh, there is another arabic portion which is the famous Qasidah attributed to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In 1902, MGA and his team of writers published another sub-booklet named Qasidah.
In 1956, Jalal ud Din Shams was indisposed due to illness and wrote a commentary in Urdu on this Qasidah. He signed off with the date 9-8-1956. In 2013, the Qadani-Ahmadi’s had it translated into english by one of the sons of Jalal ud Din Shams, his name is Falah ud Din Shams.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wrote this book in response to Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf (See Hidden Treasures). The Qadiani-Ahmadi’s translated this booklet into english in 2010. This is an extremely short booklet of barely 16 urdu pages. Qadiani and Lahori-Ahmadi sources gave us October 6, 1902 as the publish date.
It seems that MGA and his team of writers were arguing that since MGA had lived 23 years after making his claim of prophethood, he was thus a true prophet/messenger. Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf immediately objected to this and argued that MGA made the opposite claim in some of his writings (those references are unknown). MGA had even claimed that Yahya (as) was shaheed just a month earlier in Tofha Golarviyya. Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf argued that there was no such rule as a 23-year rule that MGA was making up. Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf published a public announcement contending that there was nothing unique in this claim, for there had been many liars and impostors in the past who had lived many years after making their false claims and died a natural death. Abu Ishaq Muhammad Din, a close friend of Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf has published a book, Qat‘ul-Watin, in which he has catalogued the names of such false claimants and the length of time of their ‘mission’ with reference to historical sources. Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf challenged MGA to come to their annual convention on 9th October, 1902, in Amritsar, which will be attended by some of India’s most renowned scholars, I
should promise to repent if the historical authenticity of the examples cited in Qat‘ul-Watin is accepted by the designated arbiters i.e. the Nadwatul-Ulema. MGA counters and says that the entire ulema aren’t righteous and thus, their opinions are meaningless, MGA quotes 56:79.
MGA and his team of writers thus addressed the ulema of An-Nadwah through this short booklet entitled “A Gift for An-Nadwah”. This book has 3 parts, it starts with an Arabic preface entitled At-Tabligh. This is strange, since 10 years earlier in “A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam”, MGA and his team of writers had a chapter with the same name, and also in Arabic. Ther first 7 pages of this book are this Arabic rambling and then a silly Urdu poem by Mir Nasir Nawab.
Finally, the book starts, MGA quotes 69:44 and claims that Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf doesn’t believe in this verse. MGA then quotes 40:28, 20:61, 16:116 and 2:59 and accuses Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf of denying these verses of the Quran. However, MGA is grossly incorrect, Hafiz Muhammad Yusuf and 99% of the ulema disagree with MGA on the interpretations of these verses. MGA argues that all 5 of these verses prove that a false claimant to prophethood could never live, not to mention 23 years after making these claims. MGA then brings up his age prophecy, he claims that he will live til 80. MGA then claims that his words are from Allah, just like the words of Allah in the Torah and Quran. MGA writes that Muslims must obey him, or, they are answerable to God. MGA was doing Takfir of Shia’s in this era too. MGA goes on to claim that all of his prophecies in Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 1–4 have been fulfilled. MGA then says that anyone who opposed him will live in humiliation. MGA mentions Ghulam Dastagir and his beef with him. MGA then mentions Muhammad Hasan Bhiń and how him and Pir Mehr Ali Shah accused MGA of plagiarizing Muqamat-e-Hariri.}
MGA then mentions that he is working on Nuzul ul Masih, and it should be published soon, it was eventually published by Noorudin in 1909. MGA then mentions Abu Ishaq Muhammad Din, the author of Qat‘ul-Watin, in a very sarcastic way. MGA then talks about all the signs that were shown, like the eclipses. MGA then demands that the ulema of Nadwah should come to Qadian and do a proper investigation. MGA then claims to have 100,000 Ahmadi’s with him. MGA mentions Abdullah Sahib Ghaznawi and Muhammad Ya‘qub.
Part-2 (4 pages) of this book is another book altogether called, “A REASON TO REJOICE FOR ALL MUSLIMS AND THOSE WHO SEEK THE TRUTH”. In this booklet, MGA and his team of writers tell the Muslims of India that they are losing to the Christians since they refuse to believe that Eisa (As) is dead. MGA then talks about the medicine, “Marham e Isa” and Jesus in Kashmir. MGA then claims that there is new piece of information which proves that Eisa (as) died 50 years after the incident of the cross. MGA then tells Muslims to stop believing that Eisa (As) hasn’t died yet!