Naimatullah Khan was first mentioned in Ahmadiyya literature in 1924, via the ROR of Sep, and later in 1978, via Zafrullah Khan’s, “Ahmadiyya, the Renaissance of Islam”. Zafrullah Khan described Naimatullah Khan as a 19-year afghani who had been studying in Qadian. It’s unclear how he converted to ahmadiyya in the first place. Per Zafrullah Khan, and the ROR, he was executed in 1924 by the Afghan government, however. He seems to have stopped in Peshawar before going to Kabul, which is interesting, the Ahmadi’s there seem to have prepped him to cause discord and thus get himself executed. Zafrullah Khan also claims that a dozen (12 Ahmadi’s) had been killed between Naimatullah Khan (1924) and Syed Abdul Latif (1903). In 1995, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq published his “Afghan Martyr’s” and also claimed that Naimatullah Khan was executed, he even referenced some of the english press. Also read the history of Ahmadiyya in Afghanistan herein. 
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ 1924

Review Of Religions – September 1924 Edition

Per Ahmadiyya sources only, on August 31st, Naimatullah Khan is killed in Kabul, Afghanistan for being an Ahmadi. See the ROR of Sep-1924. See, B.A. Rafiq, “The Afghan Martyrs”.

The 1924 Jalsa at Qadian was held on the 26th-28th. Ahmadiyya sources claim that the 2nd Khalifa gave a 4 hour speech on Bahaism (which special focus on his claim to divinity) on the first day and a 6 hour speech on Naimatullah Khan and his state killing in Afghanistan.

Per Ahmadiyya sources only, On February 5th, Moulvi Abdul Haleem and Qari Noor Ali are killed in Kabul, Afghanistan for being Ahmadi, however, this is a lie. There is no corroborating reference.

The ROR of April-1925 mentions Maulvi Nimatullah Khan and a few other Ahmadi’s who were killed. The March-1925 also discusses this issue.

In the January-1926 edition of the ROR, the killings of Maulvi Abdul Halim and Mir Ali.

The Khalifa write’s his famous book, “Invitation to Ahmadiyyat” (online english edition of Invitation to Ahmadiyya). This is basically of letter of invitation to Amanullah Khan, who was the King of Afghanistan. The Khalifa confirms that MGA had a prophecy of the 2 goats and it was fulfilled with killing of Syed Abdul Latif and Maulvi Abdul Rahman. However, the Khalifa doesn’t mention Maulvi Abdul Haleem, Qari Noor Ali or Naimatullah Khan.

This photo is from the June-1926 edition of the ROR, which also discusses Ahmadi’s getting killed in Afghanistan.


Per Ahmadiyya sources only, On February 15th, Wali Dad Khan and his son are killed in Afghanistan for being Ahmadi, however, this is a lie. There is no corroborating reference.
Zafrullah Khan, “Ahmadiyya, the Renaissance of Islam”

See pages 252-253

1995, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, “Afghan Martyr’s”

Click to access The-Afghan-Martyrs-by-B.A.Rafiq.pdf

He referenced:

1—“Times”, 4th, 7th Sept. 1924.

2—-“Observer”, 7th Sept. 1924

3—-“Financial Times”, 3rd Sept. 1924

4—-“Near East”, 4th Sept. 1924

5—-“Daily Telegraph”, 4th September. 1924

6—-“Morning Post”, 5th Sept. 1924

7—-“Daily News”, 4th Sept. 1924

Per “The persecution/org” website, he was the 7th Ahmadi killed for his religion, the first 7 were all in Kabul.

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