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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said his son’s birth would be as-if God himself had been birthed

Intro
In Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous announcement of 20 February 1886, he claimed that his “Promised Sons” arrival would as-if God had arrived on Earth. This was in terms of the Musleh Maud Prophecy. This seems to be a copy Bahai beliefs in the mid 1880’s. In 1886, in Surma Chasma Arya, MGA claimed that Muhammad (saw) was a manifestation of God. Many years later, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad would claim that he was taught Surah Fatiha by angels (1906).

By 1891, MGA called himself the son of God in a weird way. 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 1904, the Al-Hakam claimed that Bahaullah claimed to be the Messiah. In 1904, in Lecture Lahore.  It should also be noted that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s GOD prayed, ate, fasted and is just like humans.

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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“Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad (1995)

Intro
One of the earliest books I ever read on Ahmadiyya and its history is “Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad (1995). It is available here for a free download. It can also be copy and pasted from here. Al-Hafeez.org, which is an old Ahmadiyya Awareness website had archived many digital pages herein. We had previously archived a chapter on the Furqan Force herein. I have used this book extensively in the past 10-15 years. The author, Bashir Ahmad, seems to have had a Masters degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in the USA. This book was published from Rawalpindi, Pakistan in 1995. We have also posted a word doc in the below which is searchable and contains most of the chapters.

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Hani Tahir vs. Ahmadiyya

Intro
Hani Tahir is the famous ex-Ahmadi who was once an employee of Mirza Masroor Ahmad aka AMJI aka the Ahmadiyya Movement. Back in 2008, we have records of his conversations on the old cult.info forum, they can be seen herein. From 2008–2015, he was giving arabic tilawat’s at lots of the Ahmadiyya Jalsa’s (2010 Jalsa) and seemed to be an official Qari of the Ahmadiyya Movement. He openly quit Ahmadiyya in August of 2016, see the letter in the below, he made his first video immediately (see here). The Ahmadiyya Movement claims to have kicked him out for espionage. You can listen to Hani Tahir’s exit video in Urdu herein.

Hani Tahir interviewed with Ak Shaikh in January of 2017. In 2017, Hani Tahir gave a list of arabic grammatical errors in MGA’s writings. In 2018, Hani Tahir has wrote a new document (available in english), as he exposed the internal workings of Ahmadiyya Movement. Hani Tahir made a video of MGA’s vulgar language. He even investigated cases of Ahmadiyya “back-dating” references and announcements herein. He exposed the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad herein. He also did a video on plague and the Ahmadiyya context. Hani Tahir explained Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Prophethood, pre-1901 vs post-1901. Hani Tahir explained how Ahmadi’s have distorted hadith.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s letter (in persian) to King Ameer Abdur Rahman Khan (1896-1901)

Intro
It seems that Ahmadiyya sources have always been hiding the famous letter that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wrote to the King of Afghanistan in the 1896-1901, King Ameer Abdur Rahman Khan. Per an Ahmadi mullah (B.A. Rafiq), this letter was hand delivered by Mian Abdul Rahman, who had converted to Ahmadiyya (some time in before October 1st, 1901, he was killed on that day per Ahmadiyya sources). A few weeks later, the king died, he was succeeded by his son, Ameer Habibullah Khan. In 1907 the new King was in British-India on an official visit. This old letter was published in the Al-Hakam of 7th February 1907, Pages 8-10.

It should be noted that the response to this letter was not archived or reported in any Ahmadiyya literature. Per an Ahmadi mullah (B.A. Rafiq), Khwaja Hasan Nizami recorded all of this many years later in a paper entitled, ‘Munade-e-Khwaja’, he reports that the response by the judge was “Come here”, in other words, the King wanted MGA to come to Kabul and make his audacious claims.

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Mirza Tahir Ahmad said that the Jews created the Bahai’s

Intro
We have found a video of Mirza Tahir Ahmad wherein he claims that the Bahai’s were invented by the Jews. Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims to have evidence too. This is a major conspiracy theory. When we say the same about Ahmadiyya, they cry persecution. The original video can be found herein, at the 3:29 mark. It’s titled as, “The Significance of the Number 19 (English)” and seems to be from the late 1990’s.

In 1886, in Surma Chasma Arya, MGA claimed that Muhammad (saw) was a manifestation of God. In 1904, the Al-Hakam claimed that Bahaulah claimed to be the Messiah. In 1904, in Lecture Lahore, MGA and his team mentioned how while going through the 27th August, 1904, edition of Paisa Akhbar, I learned that a gentleman named Hakim Mirza Mahmood Ahmad Irani, who is a follower of someone claiming to be the Messiah, is presently in Lahore and desires to have a Mubahala [prayer-duel] with me. The ROR (english) also discussed the Bahai’s, more info to come. Finally, in the 1990’s a bunch of Ahmadi’s left Ahmadiyya and became Bahai. It should also be noted that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s GOD prayed, ate, fasted and is just like humans.

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Hüseyin Kâmi of the Ottoman Empire visited Qadian and met Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Intro
We have found data from Ahmadiyya sources wherein Hüseyin Kâmi (a foreign minister of the Ottoman Muslim Empire) visited Qadian and met MGA. Hüseyin Kâmi arrived at Qadian in late April or early May 1897 (a debate around the date is given under “post scriptum” at the end of this article) to meet MGA). Ahmadiyya Jamaat literature does not specify the purpose of this meeting.

The Ottoman consulate in Karachi was inaugurated in early 1890s. It was during the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II that the Ottomans began utilising Western means of communication; their aim being to bolster the shaking empire through a pan-Islamic political scheme. Thus, a plethora of newspapers promoting such sentiments mushroomed during the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II with Indian-Muslims as their target audience. The British-Indian government, however, did not take long before banning their circulation in India and also proscribing any copies that may have arrived (see RL Shukla).

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Niyog

Intro
MGA and his team of writers wrote vs. the hindu concept of Niyog. Per our research, it was MGA’s book “Arya Dharam” wherein he first started to write vs. Niyog. At this blog, the author Bashir Ahmad Shah doesn’t tell any Hindus or any indigenous how to manage their women-folk or their relationships with their family. MGA and his team of writers discussed it again in 1903, via “Nasim-e-Da‘wat”.

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Who is Mirza Barkat Ali?

Intro
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he was a companion of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad from the village of Theh Ghulam Nabi, Zilla Gurdaspur. There are three additional Ahmadi’s from the village of Theh Ghulam Nabi, they are, Shahabuddin, Shaikh Charagh Ali Nambardar and his brother Shaikh Hamid Ali (also spelled Sh. Hamid Ali), who was MGA’s trusted toilet attendant since the early 1880’s. By 2021, most of his off-spring have moved to the USA, Canada, and the UK. Many of his close relatives reside in Greater Toronto Area.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be Al-Hakam and adal, per hadith

Intro
Per many authentic hadith by Abu Hurraira, when Eisa (as) physically descends towards the end of this world, Eisa (as) will be an arbiter/judge (al-hakam). From 1891 to 1896, MGA and his team of writers seem to be silent on this hadith and the Al-Hakam role of the Messiah. However, in 1896-1897, via Anjam e Athim, MGA claimed to be “the Ahkamul-Hakimin [the Arbiter above all arbiters]”, and was using this title to warn his cousins that Muhammadi Begum‘s husband would die and she would then be married to MGA. In 1900, MGA began claiming that he was the Al-Hakam, and thus, he didn’t follow any hadith grading system. MGA claimed that he himself knew what hadith, or what part of any hadith was authentic and no one else on Earth knew any better. This was claimed again by MGA in Arba’in, Ijazi-e-Ahmadi and Tuhfah-e-Golarhviyyah and a few other books. Shams ud Din has covered this topic thoroughly also.

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