Intro
Maulvi Mubarak Ali was the son of one of MGA’s Ahl-e-hadith teachers, Fadl Ahmad (see Dard, page 36). 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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1890’s—late

He converts to Ahmadiyya and loses his job as imam at the Juma Masjid in Sialkot Cantonment.
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1896

He was there in Lahore, he was a presenter, however, he was an undercover Qadiani-Ahmadi. He purposely gave up his time and allowed the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s to have more time to present their case.
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Links and Related Essay’s

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamia_Mosque_Sialkot

https://www.alhakam.org/a-letter-to-maulvi-mubarak-ali/

Who is Maulvi Mubarak Ali, the first Ahmadi missionary to Germany

“The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam”–the real story

The life and death of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti (1858–1905)

Who is Zafrullah Khan?

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/03/a-young-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-stole-his-daddys-pension-money-and-was-punished-by-never-being-able-to-see-his-mother-again/

  1. Al-Fazal (Qadian), November 1922.
  2. K.M. Mahmudul Hassan, Germanyte Prothom Bangali Missionery/First Bengali Missionary In Germany (1993).
  3. Al-Fazal (Qadian), 23 August 1922.
  4. K.M. Mahmudul Hassan, Germanyte Prothom Bangali Missionery/First Bengali Missionary In Germany (1993).
  5. Gerhard Höpp, Fremde Erfahrungen: Asiaten Und Afrikaner in Deutschland, Österreich Und in Der Schweiz Bis 1945, Studien / Zentrum Moderner Orient, Geisteswissenschaftliche Zentren Berlin e.V (Das Arabische Buch, 1996).
  6. Members list of Islamische Gemeinde, e.V. 04, November 1922.
  7. Al-Fazal (Qadian) 5 Oct. 1923. Members list of Islamischen Gemeinde zu Berlin e.V. 04. November 1922. Interestingly, the brothers Abdul Jabbar and Abdul Sattar Kheiri also lived at the same address, for more details see: Members list of the Islamische Gemeinde zu Berlin e.V. 04. November 1922.
  8. The Islamische Gemeinde zu Berlin e.V. was established in April 1922 by the brothers Abdul Jabbar and Abdus Sattar Kheiri.
  9. Letter of the District Court III, Berlin, 31 January 1927, 1. XV.15/A.1005.3.
  10. Ibid.; Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 9; The Muslim Sunrise, January 1924, 14.
  11. Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmadra, “Friday Sermon of 27 July 1923,” Khutubat-e Mahmud Vol. 8 (Qadian), 146-147.
  12. The blueprints and construction files were found in a copy of the Islamarchiv Soest. For this the author traveled with M1. Ashraf Zia, Hafiz Fareed Khalid , Dr. Dawood Majoka and Ilyas Majoka in December 2015 to the Islamarchiv in Soest. Director of the archive Mr. S. Abdullah was very helpful in the research.
  13. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 9.
  14. Khutubat-e Mahmud, Vol. 8, (Qadian), 21.
  15. Ibid.
  16. Kris Manjapra, Age of Entanglement, German and Indian Intellectuals across Empire (London, 2014), 168.
  17. Letter of the foreign office, 04 August 1923, III E226 5/29.
  18. Maulvi Mubarak Ali writes him as Imam of Bukhara. In the Moslemische Revue of October 1934, his name is given as Imam Idris from Turkestan, who was the head of the so-called Tatar Camp (formerly Halbmondlager). The camp was for Muslim war prisoners of World War I.
  19. Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung 08 August 1923; Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 15; Dr. Mansur Rifat, Die Ahmadia-Sekte (Berlin, 1923), 14.
  20. Al-Fazal (Qadian) 5 Oct. 1923. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 11.
  21. The speech itself was published in The Moslem Sunrise from January 1924. See: The Moslem Sunrise, January 1924, 13.
  22. Deutsche Allgemeine ZeitungBerliner TageblattBerliner Lokal AnzeigerVossische Zeitung, 07 August 1923; Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 11.
  23. Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung Morning Issue, 07 August 1923. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 11.
  24. Ibid.
  25. E.g, Die Rote Fahne.
  26. See: Mansur Rifat, Die Ahmadia Sekte (Berlin, 1923); Mansur Rifat, Der Verrat der Ahmadis an Heimat und Religion (Berlin, 1923); Mansur Rifat, Die Ahmadia Agenten (Berlin, 1924); Mansur Rifat, Vollständiger Zusammenbruch der Ahmadia-Sekte (Berlin, 1924).
  27. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923).
  28. Al-Fazal (Qadian), 28 March 1924, 14.
  29. Mansur Rifat, Vollständiger Zusammenbruch der Ahmadia-Sekte (Berlin, 1924).
  30. For details see Al-Fazal (Qadian), 21 Sept. 1923.
  31. See Mubarak Ali, Ahmadija-Bewegung oder Reiner Islam (Berlin, 1924).
  32. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 22. For details on hyperinflation, see: Wolfgang CH Fischer, German Hyperinflation 1922/23: A Law and Economics Approach (Lohmer-Cologne, Germany: Eul Vehrlag, 2010).
  33. Maulvi Mubarak Ali, “Diary” (1923), 26.
  34. A. Mikowiak Baugeschäft Spandau, letter to the district office Charlottenburg, 26 February 1925.
  35. Hausgemeinschaft Witzleben GmbH, letter to the district office Charlottenburg, 15 January 1925; in the Mushawarat of 1924 this option was discussed. For details see: Report Mushawarat (1924), 46 – 47.
  36. Letter of district court III in Berlin, 31 January 1927, 1. XV.15/A.1005.3.
  37. K.M. Mahmudul Hassan, Germanyte Prothom Bangali Missionery/First Bengali Missionary In Germany (1993).
  38. Report Mushawarat (1924), 46 – 47.
  39. The mosque was designed by architect Mubashra Ilyas.

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