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October 2021

In 1924, the 2nd Khalifa was claiming to be “William The Conqueror”

It seems that in 1924, before the Khalifa set sail to London, he was claiming to be “William the Conqueror”, in a typical boastful way. Even 30 years later, when S.E. Brush visited the Khalifa in Rabwah, there was a mantle above the fireplace in his office which bring to mind former visions. One bears the words, “William the Conqueror,”. See also “Fazl-e-Omar”, pages 170-173. See also the ROR of Nov-1926, the Khalifa explains this prophecy and how it was completed. See also Tareekh Ahmadiyyat Vol-5 page 425 onward.

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Who is Chaudhary Abdullah Khan?

He was the eldest brother of the famous Zafrullah Khan. His son, Chaudhary Hameed Nasrullah Khan married the daughter of Zafrullah Khan (Amtul Haye) in roughly the 1950’s. They were living in the Lahore at the time of the partition. His father was Chaudhry Nasrullah Khan (1863 to September 2, 1926), he was also a lawyer. He died at the age of 63 (See “Meri Waalidah” (My Mother)(1938 and 1981).

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Who is Chaudhary Hameed Nasrullah Khan?

His name is also spelled as Chaudhary Hamid Nasrullah Khan. He was the son-in-law and nephew of Chaudhary Zafrullah Khan. He married Chaudhary Zafrullah Khan‘s only child Amtul Haye (her name is also given by Ahmadiyya sources as Begum Hamid Nasrullah, or the wife of Hamid Nasrullahm see page 20) in roughly the 1950’s. He was the President of the Lahore-Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) community for a long duration. He died in 2017. His father is Abdullah Khan (see page 112)(From Sialkot to Vancouver). Dr. Syed Holy Spirit claims that the grandson of Zafrullah Khan was famously married to the daughter of Mirza Tahir Ahmad which ended in a quick divorce.

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“The Conference of Living Religions Within the Empire” (1924) in London

In 1924, after WW-1 had ended a few years had passed, the British government held “The Conference of Living Religions Within the Empire” also called Wembley’s Conference of Living Religions 1924. Ahmadiyya sources claim that the Khalifa was there for the 1st session only and never gave any speeches. While the Khalifa was in London, Zafrullah Khan was also there, its unclear if they travelled together or separately. He gave a speech on behalf of the Khalifa to “The Conference of Living Religions Within the Empire” held in 1924. The English version of the book was first published under the title Ahmadiyyat or the True Islam in 1924 (see preface). In 1976, it was re-published from Qadian, under the supervision of Mirza Wasim Ahmad (MGA’s grandson), and the name of the book was changed to “Ahmadiyya Movement”. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din of the Lahori-Ahmadi’s was also in attendance. See the ROR of March-1925, Mr. W. Loftus Hare’s photo is posted. He was the Secretary of the Conference on some living religions, within the empire. See also the ROR of Dec-1924.

Nevertheless, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s were claiming to have 500,000 Ahmadi’s in their fold.

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The history of Ahmadiyya in Ireland

Some sources claim that the Community was formally registered in the country in 1992, during the era of the Fourth Caliphate. However, “Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World”, claims that the Jamaat was established in 2001. Nevertheless, the history of Ahmadiyya in Ireland started when Bashir Ahmad Orchard converted to Ahmadiyya in the late 1940’s. He began working in Ireland from 1949–1952 and later 1966–1983. Bashir Ahmad Orchard was dead by 2002. Ibrahim Noonan was sent to Ireland to attempt to make progress in the early 2000’s.

There is only one Ahmadiyya temple in the whole country. The majority of the members are of Pakistani immigratns on asylum. Ireland consisted of five jamaats, allegedly with a total of 467 Ahmadis. About 40% of the Ahmadis in Ireland reside in Galway. There are an estimated 60 members who are under asylum in the country, a third of which are under asylum in Galway. Besides, Galway and Dublin, the Community has members in CorkLimerick, and a number of smaller towns and cities across Ireland. There are two Ahmadiyya mosques in Ireland, one in Galway in the western coast, and in Lucan near the eastern coast in County Dublin. The first ever Jalsa salana was held in 2002.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad totally disrespected Abu Hurairah

Abu Hurairah warned Muslims about Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. He transmitted from Muhammad (Saw) that many Dajjal’s would appear and present hadith that no one has heard. Thus, MGA appeared and never even mentioned the name of Abu Hurairah until 1901-1902, when he cursed at him, called him stupid, and totally disrespected his legacy and took the Shia route. However, this is egregious, since Abu Hurrairah is the most prolific companion of Muhammad (saw) in terms of hadith transmission.

The story is as follows, initially, in the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya (1879-1884), MGA quoted a hadith about 62:3, MGA didn’t properly explain, as was his normal style. Nevertheless, this is the famous hadith by Abu Hurairah wherein Salma Farsi is mentioned as well as the Pleides. MGA used this verse (62:3) of the Quran to argue that he brought the Quran back to earth after it had left in the 1857 mutiny. This was in 1882, via the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 3. MGA never wrote the name Abu Hurrairah in any book of the 1880’s. Even in 1891-1892, when MGA made his wildest claims, he quoted another hadith by Abu Hurrairah wherein the Messiah was supposed to live an additional 40 years, and thus, MGA made his age-prophecy, which failed miserably. Even the hadith about the two yellow garments is from Abu Hurrairah, and the hadith about the last brick, and the hadith about the Imam Mahdi will be amongst the Muslims (imamukum minkum), and how the Messiah won’t lead prayers, all of these are from Abu Hurrairah.

Why did MGA then call Abu Huraira as stupid? The reason was because there was a famous hadith in Bukhari, which was also quoted by Tafsir Ibn Kathir, wherein it is proves that Esa (As) hasn’t died yet. It is posted below. It all started in 1902, when MGA was forced to comment on the famous hadith of Abu Hurrairah wherein he told the world that 4:159 was about the physical return of Eisa (As) and how Eisa (As) would die upon his second return. Again in 1907, via Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA attacked the credibility of Abu Hurrairah. After MGA died, Braheen e Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was published, in this book, MGA claimed that the beliefs of Abu Hurraira (ra) would lead Muslims to shirk. Last thing, 
Who is Abu Huraira?

In Sunni Islam, Abū Hurayrah al-Dawsiyy al-Zahrāniyy (Arabicأبو هريرة الدوسي الزهراني‎‎; 603–681), often spelled Abu Hurairah, was one of the sahabah (companions) of Muhammad and, according to Sunni Islamthe most prolific narrator of hadith. He was known by the kunyah Abu Hurayrah “Father of the Kitten”, in reference to his documented attachment to cats. However, his real name is differed upon, with the most popular opinion being that it was ‘Abd al-Raḥmān ibn Ṣakhr (عبد الرحمن بن صخر). Abu Hurayrah spent four years in the company of Muhammad and went on expeditions and journeys with him. It is estimated that he narrated around 5374 Ahadith.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the “imamukum minkum” hadith

In 1898, via “Raz-e-Haqiqat (see pages 55-56) and Shahadtul Quran (1893)(the word minkum appears 17 times in this book), MGA and his team of writers quoted a hadith from Abu Hurrairah, however, they didn’t give Abu Hurrairah’s name, since he hated him. Minkum was also quoted in the BA-5 (see page 135). See Malfuzat-1, online english edition (page 262). Also see “Kitab ul Barriya”, (online english edition by the Lahori-Ahmadi’s). See Ayyam us Sulah too.

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Who is Maulvi Mubarak Ali? The son of MGA’s teacher

Maulvi Mubarak Ali was the son of one of MGA’s Ahl-e-hadith teachers, Fadl Ahmad (see Dard, page 36)(See ROR of June-1939). There seems to be another Maulvi Mubarak Ali who was sent as the first Ahmadi missionary to Germany in 1922-23.

Thus, MGA was Ahl-e-Hadith type of person since he was a kid. Moreover, there was a huge Ahl-e-Hadith movement in Sialkot in the 1860’s, while MGA was there. This is wherein MGA met many people who would convert to Ahmadiyya later on, like Zafrullah Khan‘s father and many others. Since the 1920’s, Sialkot was a huge chanda collecting area for the Mirza family.

Maulvi Mubarak Ali was the Mutawalli and Imam of the Juma Masjid in Sialkot Cantonment,
which had a large area of arable land attached to it. The produce of this area enabled the Mutawalli to maintain the Masjid in good order and to support himself in reasonable comfort (see page 93). It seems that he was also fast friends with Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti. 

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Who is Zafrullah Khan?

Watch Dr. Syed Holy Spirit’s video on this topic. He was a puppet of the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud and the 3rd and 4th Khalifa. He did whatever the Khalifa’s wanted done. You can listen to Zia Rasul’s video on Aqa Ka Ghulam.

He was born in 1893, to a family of Sahi Jats of Daska, in the Sialkot district of Pakistan (See page-1 and 15)(his father and grandfather were members of the Ahl-e-Hadith, see ROR July-1942). You can read about his family in detail in the first few pages of “Meri Waalidah” (My Mother)(1938 and 1981). His family converted to Ahmadiyya in 1904, while MGA and his team were in Sialkot (See ROR of July-1942).

It should be noted that Zafrullah Khan never spoke of his first 2 wives, who were sisters and his cousins (Iqbal Begum and Rashida Begum)(not sure what side of the family). Both of these weddings seem to have happened between 1915-1920. Zafarullah Khan held the office of Ameer (president) of the Lahore, Pakistan chapter of the Ahmadiyya Community from 1919 to 1935. The Jan-Feb-1919 edition of the ROR reports that Zafrullah Khan presided over many sessions at the Islamia College as the 2nd Khalifa allegedly gave speeches.

In 1924, he famous read out the Khalifa’s speech in London and took the Khalifa to an opera house (in France) wherein women were nude and dancing (listen to Abdul Rahman Bawa sahib explaining this scenario). The Khalifa had claimed to be William the Conqueror before travelling to be London, this was simply one of the many ilham’s of the 2nd Khalifa. He also built a huge mansion at Qadian, you can see it here.

The date of this 3rd marriage seems to be after his father died (late 1926-early 1927). He married Badar Begum, daughter of his classmate in college, Shamshad Ali Khan (of Bihar)(see “Meri Waalidah” (My Mother). She was thus, barely 13-15 years old and Zafrullah Khan was 30, they even claim that there was a dream wherein Zafrullah Khan was fondling his baby. By 1935, she was fed up with Zafrullah Khan and even had constant consternation with Zafrullah Khan’s mother. Her mother-in-law was dead by 1938. Per Zafrullah Khan, on January 12th, 1937, Amtul Haye was born (see page 125 and 127)(Zaf Khan’s mother had died after this pregnancy). Amtul Haye goes missing thereafter and doesn’t show up again until 1982 (see page 169). In 1948, Zafrullah Khan was still married to Badar Begum, however, after partition, Badar Begum seems to have filed for divorce and then married the famous Shahnawaz (see also “Zafar Ullah Khan Qadyani” by Muhammad Tahir Abdul Razzaq). Dr. Syed Holy Spirit claims that the grandson of Zafrullah Khan was famously married to the daughter of Mirza Tahir Ahmad which ended in a quick divorce.

In 1982, Zafrullah Khan was enduring his final illness and moved back to Lahore, Pakistan and Ahmadiyya sources claim that he was living with daughter and her family. It is unclear where his ex-wife was (Badar Begum, his 3rd wife). His final marriage was in 1955, a short lived and haraam marriage, with a Lebanese girl named Bushra Rabbani, who was living in Syria at the time. Zafrullah Khan stopped in during his trip to London (we don’t know if it was coming or going)(see “Ahmadiyya Movement: British-Jewish Connections” by Bashir Ahmad [1995], pages 325-326). Thus, at the age of 63-ish, he was single and alone. He lived an additional 30 years like this and mostly in New York and different places in New York, he travelled extensively too.

He died in 1985 and was buried in Rabwah, Pakistan in Bahishti Maqbara, it is said that he gave all of his money to the Ahmadiyya Movement.

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