Her name appears in the ROR of June and Sep-1925 as simply Miss Budd from Holland, in the June edition they claim that she is a convert to Ahmadiyya and was given the Muslim name Hidayt. By Nov-1925, her essay’s begin to appear and more so in the March-1926, April, June and August 1926. In 1929, it seems that she showed up at Colombo, Sri Lanka and was brought to Qadian by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq via a special mission. Her name was changed to Hidayt Budd. She was most likely a prostitute that was bought and shared with the Khalifa at Qadian. Hafiz Qudratullah (1917-1994) was a missionary of the Ahmadiyya Movement and he explains how he saw her at Qadian in his youth. Hafiz Qudratullah (1917-1994 remembers seeing Hidayt Budd at Mufti Muhammad Sadiq’s house in Qadian (most likely in the 1920’s and 30’s). The english ROR posted her picture in the May-1929 edition of the ROR, she seems to have been single at the time. In the August-1929 edition of the ROR, it is explained how Hidayt Budd arrived in Colombo, Sri Lanka on May 10th, 1929. Ahmadiyya sources tell how she was part of the Ceylon Ahmadiyya Association and gave speeches and etc. However, they don’t tell us how she got to Sri Lanka. There seems to be a photo of her in the famous “Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around the World”. In the September-1929 edition of the ROR, there is a letter of welcome from the local Lajna of Qadian. They appreciate her as the first Dutch person to join Ahmadiyya. In fact, it was Mufti Muhammad Sadiq who was sent by the Khalifa to pick her up from Colombo, Sri Lanka (see her letter published in the ROR of September-1929), they must have had some type of connection, he married her soon thereafter. She also reports that some of the Indonesian students at the Ahmadiyya Madrassa had written in Dutch on the wall so as to get her attention (men in indonesia spoke Dutch in those days). In the July-1930 edition, her name was changed to Mrs. Hidayt Sadiq, which proves her marriage to Mufti Muhammad Sadiq. An essay in the same ROR is ascribed to her, however, it was most likely written by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and ascribed to her. She goes on to complain about the heat in India and decline of the use of Burqa. She has an essay in the ROR of Dec-1932 entitled, “Islam in the West”. Her name is written as Mrs. Hidayt Budd Sadiq of Amsterdam (Holland), she had already married Mufti Muhammad Sadiq.

She was there in 1934 when Miss Rufo was in Qadian, and when the Khalifa took lots of women down to river Beas and touched them sexually in the open river area. She disappears in Ahmadiyya history after 1934.

ROR, May 1929

Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514.

Links and Related Essay’s

Early days of the Holland mission

Who is Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (1872–1957)?


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