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October 2021

In 1947, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s published a partial english translation and commentary of the Quran from Qadian

Intro
It seems that, in Qadian, India, before the partition, the 2nd Khalifa ordered that an english commentary of the Quran be written and published. Thus, its unclear who wrote this, it was most likely Malik Ghulam Farid. Nevertheless, in the below, we have posted pages from Vol. 1 wherein Chapter 4:157–160 are explained. Interestingly, they claimed that Eisa (As) was buried in Khan Yar street in Srinagar. They didn’t mention Yuz Asaf at all, they then referred the reader to “”Qabr-i-Masih”” (Urdu only) by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq.

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Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad leave an inheritance? Did the Mirza family get a monthly stipend after MGA died?

Intro
Per Islam, prophets never leave any inheritance for their children after they die. Authentic hadith in Bukhari proves this. However, after MGA died, he left his property behind him as an inheritance for his children. Its unclear how much this was. It doesn’t seem to have been much. The Lahori-Ahmadi’s argued as such in the 1910’s as they denied the prophethood of MGA.

Nevertheless, in 1939, the 2nd Khalifa told Ahmadi’s that the him and his family were getting a stipend as soon as Noorudin became Khalifa. The 2nd Khalifa says that he was getting 60 rupees per month, this seems to be per child, we are unsure. It is also unclear when this stipend ended, if ever. It seems that the 2nd Khalifa (before his Khilafat) had enough money to hire servants and etc. This was all kept a secret until 1939.

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MIRZA MAHMOOD AHMED is a chartered accountant who helps the Mirza family steal money

Intro
Mirza Mahmood Ahmed seems to be a main money man of the Mirza family. He has the same name as their 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, however, they have purposely spelt it differently. He is also a director at AL-SHIRKATUL ISLAMIYYAH and the AFRICA TRADE & INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION LIMITED and a secretary at Humanity First.

He seems to be an inside man, like Abdul Baqi Arshad.

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The 2nd Khalifa said that most Ahmadi’s have no ideas that MGA claimed to be a Mahdi or Messiah (1929)

Intro
Most Ahmadi’s are in the dark about the beliefs of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. We have been saying this over and over in Ahmadiyya awareness circles. Nevertheless, today we have found some proof. It seems that in 1929, during a Friday sermon, the Khalifa admitted that most Ahmadi’s have no idea of MGA’s claims.

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Why is the Ahmadi Murrabi, Munir ud Din Shams also director of “AFRICA TRADE & INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION LIMITED”?

Intro
Munir ud Din Shams is an employee of the Ahmadiyya Movement, most likely his pay comes from the Ahmadiyya Movement in the UK. He is super-trusted by the Mirza family since he is the son of their long time employee, Jalal-ud-Din Shams. Not only is ne a murrabi for the Mirza family, he also seems to launder money for the Mirza family.

It seems that he is a director of many Ahmadiyya charities, they are as follows:

1. Shirkatul Islamiyya
2. MTA International Limited
3. Islam International Publications Limited
4. Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International
5. AFRICA TRADE & INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION LIMITED

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The Akber Chaudhary interview with #ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

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We were able to interview one of the pioneers of the #exahmadimovement, our big brother Akber Chaudhary. He needs no introduction, he recently gave his life story. He was also on the Waqar Zaka show when they exposed the Khalifa. Akber Choudhry and Waqar Zaka discussed the Ahmadiyya Movement INC and money laundering. Our brother Akber Choudhry had written a new essay on the Ahmadiyya non-profit global business model. Also check out Akber’s previous amazing work on Ahmadiyya and how they stored money illegally overseas. Akber and AK Shaikh have made videos about all of this too. They proved that Mirza Masroor Ahmad owned companies that held money tax-free in Panama.

Nevertheless, we asked him 30+ questions, they are listed in the below.

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What is Tarikh–i-Ahmadiyya?

Intro
There seem to have been 2 editions. The first set were published per the order of the 2nd Khalifa. The new edition seem to have been put together by Dost Muhammad Shahid after 1984, these can be found online herein. More to come on this (under construction).

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Al-qaul al-fasl (1891) by Mir Hamid

Intro
We have found a book by Mir Hamid wherein he objected to the famous review by Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi of the mid-1880’s. Nevertheless, we have posted the book in the below and hope that someone will write a review.

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In 1891, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was inferring that he would live an additional 30 years, close to 80

Intro
In 1892, via Nishan Asmani, MGA makes his famous prophecy that he would live 40 additional years after 1880, just like it was prophecied in the hadith in terms of the Messiah. Up to this point in Ahmadiyya history, MGA was admitting to being 50+ in 1892, as well as MGA being 40 in 1879-1880 when BA1+2 were published. Izala Auham was published before this, in later editions, edits were made to make it sound like MGA wouldn’t reach the age of 80.

In Haqiqatul Wahy (1906-1907), MGA and his team of writers began to fabricate revelations to the effect that MGA would reach the age of 80, however, it could be 4-5 years less or more. Thus, the age range was now changed to 75-85 (See page 918). However, after MGA died, via Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5, MGA’s editor’s now changed the verbiage to 5-6 years more or less. Thus, changing the range to 74–84 (See page 347). In the same book (BA-5), MGA was claiming that the doomsday earthquake earthquake would happen in his lifetime, MGA even gave a 16-year limit. As we all know, MGA died in May of 1908 in Lahore at age 68 and thus failed.

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