Intro
The Al-Badr was started in 1902. In the below, we have archived some quotes from 1908 for future investigation.


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Quotes
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Al Badr, 9 January 1908, p. 2
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Then, Zuhr and Asr prayers were offered in congregation at Aqsa Mosque and Hazrat Maulvi Nuruddin Sahibra announced some nikahs and shed light on the purpose of marriage. Thereafter, Mir Qasim Ali Sahib recited a poetic mubarak nama [a way of expressing congratulations].
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Al Hakam, 2-14 January 1908
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After the Friday prayers, the Promised Messiah delivered a speech, in which he presented a sublime interpretation of Surah al-Fatihah and then drew the attention of the listeners towards purifying themselves. Thereafter, the Promised Messiah shook hands with the participants of the Jalsa.
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Al Badr, 9 January 1908
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On the morning of 28 December, the Promised Messiah went for a walk as usual and thanks to the good management by Dr Mirza Yaqub Baig Sahib, Chaudhry Maula Baksh Sahib, Malik Muhammad Hayat Sahib, Hakim Muhammad Omar Sahib and Dr Khalifa Rashiduddin Sahib, everyone had the honor of visiting and witnessing the Prophet of Allah with great convenience. The Promised Messiah sat down at a particular place in a field and listened to a couple of poems as well.
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Al Hakam, 18 January 1908
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“Now, that time has come regarding which the prophets have been announcing from the beginning. The time of God Almighty’s judgment is near, so fear Him and repent.”
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Al Badr, 9 January 1908
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After the Maghrib prayer on 28 December, the conference of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya was held, in which most of the presidents and secretaries of various external anjumans took part. After the presentation of the report and budget, Dr Khawaja Kamaluddin Sahib discussed every matter in detail. Hazrat Maulana Hakim Maulvi Nuruddinra then delivered a speech in which he explained which kind of Anjuman is permissible in light of the Holy Quran.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Al Hakam, 2 January 1908 and Al Badr, 9 January 1908 [Tadhkirah, pp. 987-88]
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However, they received the reward, in that Allah the Almighty consoled them with a revelation conveyed directly by Allah to His messenger:

 یٰآأَيُّهَا النَّبِیُّ اَطۡعِمُوا الۡجَائِعَ وَ الۡمُعۡتَرَّ

“Feed the hungry and the distressed.”

When the Promised Messiahas enquired the next the morning, he found that some of the guests remained hungry. He called for the manager of the public kitchen and admonished him to take good care of the guests.
______________________________________________________________________________________________Al Badr, 9 January 1908, p. 3
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A great number of people took Bai‘at at the hand of the Promised Messiah throughout the annual Jalsa of 1907. On some days, the huge overflow of participants would make it impossible for the Promised Messiah to reach every person and take Bai‘at by placing their hands on his hand.

Hence, people were asked to take off their turbans and spread them in different directions. The Promised Messiah would then take Bai‘at by holding one end of every turban in his hand, while the other ends were distributed among various individuals and everyone else would hold their hands to seek blessings. This unique method of taking Bai‘at concludes the details of the final Jalsa of the Promised Messiah’s life.

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Links and Related Essay’s

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/08/12/the-history-of-the-al-badr-newspaper-1902-1914/

https://www.alhakam.org/the-first-and-last-jalsa-salanas-in-the-time-of-the-promised-messiah/

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