“The Reality of Khilafat” is the english translation of the title of this book. It was named “Sirrul Khilafa” by MGA and his team of writers. This is from the era when Noorudin had moved in at Qadian, and thus there were 5-6 consecutive arabic books ascribed to MGA. Nevertheless, this book has Urdu as well as Arabic and was published from Qadian via the Riaz-e-Hind press, its about 194 pages.
This book discusses Sunni-Shia politics. It was translated into english by the Lahori-Ahmadi’s in 1971 and published from the famous place wherein MGA died, on Brandereth Road, Ahmadiyya buildings, Lahore, Pakistan. It was translated by Mirza Muhammad Hussain, who was the editor of the Light Magazine during the 1960’s and 70’s. The book was first translated into Urdu, then rendered into english as we find it today.
This book was published shortly after Maulvi Noorudin had moved in at Qadian. In fact, “Tuhfa-e-Baghdad” (1893) and was followed by “Karamatus-Sadiqun”, “Hamamatul Bushra”, “Nur ul Haq Part-1 & Part-2″, “Itmamul Hujjah” and “Sirrul-Khilafah” (1894). The next phase of books which had Arabic are Anjam-e-Athim (1897) and Hujjattullah (1897). Najm ul Huda in 1898 (partially in Arabic). In 1899, Haqiqatul Mahdi had small portions of Arabic. Ijazul Masih was published in 1901. Khutbah ilhamiya was published in 1902 along with Al Huda, Ijaz-e-Ahmadi was also published in 1902 and had portions of Arabic. Siratul-Abdal and Mawahibur-Rahman were published in 1903 as well as Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain which had small portions of Arabic. The next book with Arabic in it was 4 years later, via the Arabic supplement of Haqiqatul Wahy. After MGA died, Lujjat un Noor was published in 1910. Al-Balagh Ya Faryad-e-Dard was published in 1922 and Part-2 had arabic in it. Minan ur Rahman was also published in 1922. Thus, MGA had 11 full books in arabic (40 pages or more) and 7 partial or really small books in Arabic, that’s 18 total.
Sirrul-Khilafa, Ruhani Khazain, Vol. 8, p. 335
“And Aishara states, ‘When my father was appointed as Khalifa and Allah gave him leadership, he had to witness storms of discord from every side due to this, as well as the scores of false prophets and liars, and the rebellion of the hypocrites and renegades. He then had to face such difficulties as would have rendered asunder and crushed mountains instantly had it fallen upon them, but he was granted patience like that of the prophets until the help of Allah came, the false claimants were killed, the renegades perished, the discord vanished, the distressing ordeals were over, the matter was settled and Khilafat was established.”
Sirrul-Khilaafah, Roohaani Khazaa’in, Volume 8, 2009. p. 381
see “The Noble Son” by Jalal ud Din Shams, 1957
“””I had a younger son whose name was Bashir [the First – J.D.S]. Allah the Almighty caused him to die while he was yet a suckling babe. Then Allah the Almighty said to me by way of revelation that, “We shall return him to you out of Our grace.” Similarly, the mother of this child saw in a vision that Bashir has come and says that I shall cling to you with great strength and shall not part from you quickly. After this revelation and vision Allah the Almighty bestowed upon me a second son. Thereupon, I knew that this is that same promised Bashir and that Allah the Almighty is true in His promise and thus, I gave this child the same name Bashir, and in his physical
body I see the silhouette of the first Bashir.”””
Sirrul-Khilafa, Ruhani Khazain, Vol. 8, pp. 393-394
“Abdullah bin Masudrasaid, ‘After the demise of the Holy Prophetsa, we went through such a phase that if God had not showered His mercy in the person of Hazrat Abu Bakrra, we would quite possibly have seen ruin.’ He reunited the Muslims on this objective that they should fight to collect the obligatory funds of Zakat on bint-e-makhad (one year-old she-camel) and bint-e-labun (two year-old she-camel), and that they quash the settlements of Arabs and continue to worship Allah the Almighty till the last breath (Ibid., p.65).”
Sirrul-Khilafa, Ruhani Khazain, Vol. 8, p. 394
“All the false claimants of prophethood rose up, namely Aswad of Yemen, Musaylimah of Yamama and Tulayha ibn Khuwaylid of Bani Asad (Ibn Khaldun, Part II, p. 60). Sajah bint Al-Harith of Bani Aqfan claimed false prophethood. Huzail bin Imran of Bani Taghlib, Uqba bin Halal of Bani Nimr, Salil bin Qays and Zayd bin Bilal of Bani Shayban became his followers. [The false claimants of prophethood] along with the tribes present in the [Arabian] peninsula advanced towards Medina, in order to wage war against Hazrat Abu Bakrra (Ibid., p. 65).”
Sirrul-Khilafah, pp. 82, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 8, pp. 415-416
See “Hidden Treasures”
“I can say about these books that God Himself helped me to write them, I cannot call them divine revelations, but I can say with a great deal of emphasis that it was special divine assistance that made my hand write these books.”
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