The ROR of June-1916 alleges that he has an M.A. and is working as a professor at the Rajshahi college in modern day Bangladesh, there were many Ahmadi’s in Bengal working as pseudo Maulvi’s of the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s. He wrote a 4-part series entitled, “Ahmad’s Place Among The Prophets”, which ran from Oct-1914 to ROR of February 1915. His articles continued to appear until 1921. He went totally missing after 1921, we think his full name is Malik Ata-ur-Rahman and Ahmadiyya sources claim that he was sent to France as a missionary in 1946, he was part of the 9 missionaries that were sent to Europe after WW-2 ended. There is another person with a similar name, that is Mian Atau Rehman, who was a professor of Physics at Rabwah.
The ROR of Dec-1909 has an essay entitled, “Life of Earth–its purpose”. He is listed as from Calcutta.
The ROR of May-1911 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-1).
The ROR of Feb-1912 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-2).
The ROR of April-1912 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-3).
The ROR of Oct-1912 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-4), he is listed as a M.A.
The ROR of March-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-5).
The ROR of Apr-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-6)(Marriage and Divorce).
The ROR of May-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-7).
The ROR of July-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-9).
The ROR of Dec-1913 has an essay by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-10).
The ROR of Jan-1914 has an article by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-10), “Polygamy”, in it he argues for the benefits of polygamy and even argues how the Mormons practice polygamy.
The ROR of April-1914 has an article by him entitled, “The Perfect Religion” (Part-12).
“Ahmad’s Place Among The Prophets”–Review of Religions, Part 1 thru 4, October -1914 to February 1915
Another similar series of essays was started in the ROR of Oct-1914. The writer is M. Ata-Ur-Rahman Rajshahi (Bengal), he is relatively unknown in the history of Ahmadiyya scholars, the Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Bengal was also very small at that time, it would be amazing for a Bengali to have learned so much about Ahmadiyya by 1914. This was a 4-part series entitled, “Ahmad’s Place Among The Prophets”, it was started in October of 1914 with Part-1. Part-1 briefly discusses that publishing of Braheen e Ahmadiyya in 1880, however, it doesn’t mention that the BA1 and 2 were the only 2 published in that year and they were mostly announcements, and not a book of knowledge, the 1889 Bait is also mentioned. It goes on to claim that there are 400,000 Ahmadi’s currently in the world (In October of 1914). Part-2 came out in November of 1914. Remember, arguments were raging back and forth between the Qadiani and Lahori-Ahmadi’s about the prophethood of MGA. Obviously, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s were claiming that MGA was not a prophet, whereas the Qadiani’s were asserting that MGA was in fact a Prophet without a law. Part-2 quotes Khutbah Ilhamiya and Braheen e Ahmadiyya Vol. 5. They go on two claim that MGA is equal to Muhammad, MGA had entered into Muhammad, and thus there was no difference between the two, per Qadiani-Ahmadi theory. Part-3 came out in December of 1914, just before the annual Jalsa it seems. This was the first Jalsa of Mirza Basheer ud Deen Mahmud Ahmad’s Khilafat. Braheen e Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 is quoted as well as Haqiqatul Wahy. MGA is forcefully introduced as a Prophet in his own right, however, without law. Nuzul ul Masih and Chashma i Marifat. They assert that Ahmadi’s still believe Muhammad to be the last of the prophets, however, only in the sense of a law-giver. They also argue that Khatim was not used in 33:40, instead Khatam was used, which mostly means seal, had Khatim had been used, then it would have meant that Muhammad (Saw) was the last prophet altogether. In the ROR of February 1915, “Ahmad’s Place Among The Prophets”–Part 4 was published. This is the same time-frame wherein the Khalifa’s first book vs. the Lahori-Ahmadi’s was published, “Qaul al Fasl”. “Haqiqat un Nubuwaat” was published by the Khalifa a few months later. It also mentions how the Jalsa at Qadian was held on Dec 25th–27th of 1914, which was Christmas weekend. It was the first time that women were invited to the Jalsa, the women seem to have had their own Jalsa area and held all sessions independently of men. It goes on to argue how Ahmadiyya has been a major influencer in the politics of British-India. Ahmadiyya is described as friendly to the extreme in its love of the British government. Ahmadis have an utmost loyalty to the British throne. Nevertheless, the series seems to end here.
“The Ahmadiyya Movement and Ahmad’s place among the Prophets” (Part-2) is published via the ROR of Nov-1914.
“The Ahmadiyya Movement and Ahmad’s place among the Prophets” (Part-3) is published via the ROR of Dec-1914. He quotes MGA’s books like, “Haqiqatul Wahy”, “Nuzul ul Masih”, “Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5”, “Tiryaq ul Qulub” and “Chashma-e-Marifat”. He argues that divine revelations hasn’t ended.
In the ROR of February 1915, “Ahmad’s Place Among The Prophets”–Part 4 was published.
The ROR Of May-1915 has an article by him entitled, “Islam and Spiritual Awakening in the West” (Part-1).
The ROR of Oct-1915 has an article by him entitled, “Islam and Spiritual Awakening in the West” (Part-2).
He translated a 8 pages of Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Part 1-2 into english via the ROR of June-1916. This would correspond to pages roughly 127-139. The ROR of June-1916 alleges that he visited Qadian. On May-14th, 1916, he gave a lecture at the Talim ul Islam High School (in Qadian) on the topic of “The Requirements of Pupils and Teachers”. He visited Qadian alongside, Moulawi Ghulam Akbar Khan, Vakil, High Court, Hyderabad Deccan, Abul Hasham Khan Choudhry and Maulawi Mubarak Ali.
The ROR of Nov-Dec-1918 reports that he wrote an essay entitled, “A Note on the Institution of Sacrifice”. The ROR of Nov-Dec-1918 also reports that he has the degree of M.A.
He translates 6 pages from the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Hashia-3 and had these posted in the ROR of Aug-Sep-1919. Its unclear as to what vol. of Barahin this is.
In the Oct-1921 edition of the ROR, he wrote a poem in praise of the Khilafat. The same poem was also posted in the Aug-Sep-1920 edition of the ROR.
A speech of his is published in the ROR of Aug-1936. Its entitled, “Muhammad, the Prophet of Peace”.
The ROR of June-1938 has an essay by him entitled, “The Holy Prophet of Islam”. Per the ROR, this was a speech that he gave on Muhammad’s (saw) birthday, he was working as Assistant Director of Muslim Education in Assam (a state in northeastern India known for its wildlife, archeological sites and tea plantations), they claim he has an M.A. degree.
The ROR of June-1939 produced a speech by M. Ataur Rahman on May 3rd, 1939.
The ROR of Feb-1942 reports that Khan Bahadur Maulvi Ata-ur-Rahman (M.A.)(Assistant Director of Public Instruction) gave a speech in Dec-1941 at the “All-India Oriental Conference”, held at Hyderabad (Deccan). The title of the speech was “The Spirit of Islamic Culture”.
The ROR of March-1942 reports that Khan Bahadur Maulvi Ata-ur-Rahman (M.A.)(Assistant Director of Public Instruction) gave a speech in Dec-1941 at the “All-India Oriental Conference”, held at Hyderabad (Deccan). The title of the speech was “The Spirit of Islamic Culture” (Part-2).
The ROR of Apr-1942 reports that Khan Bahadur Maulvi Ata-ur-Rahman (M.A.)(Assistant Director of Public Instruction) gave a speech in Dec-1941 at the “All-India Oriental Conference”, held at Hyderabad (Deccan). The title of the speech was “The Spirit of Islamic Culture” (Part-3).
The ROR of May-1945 has an essay by him.
Ahmadiyya sources claim that he was sent to France as a missionary in 1946. Or this is someone with a similar name.
A Qadiani missionary, Malik Ataur Rahman visited Belgium in 1948 and assessed the situation for founding an Ahmadiyya mission. He was interviewed by several newspapers of Belgium, one of which was Le Phare Dimanche. It published the news on 19 December 1948 under the title L’Islam Envahit L’Europe! (Islam Invades Europe!)
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