In 1905, via the Badr magazine, Muftree Muhammad Sadiq and MGA’s team of editors fabricated a story about a white man named F.L. Anderson’s conversion to Ahmadiyya. In 1908, after the death of MGA, he was mentioned in the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 as a convert to Ahmadiyya and given the name of Hasan. He wasn’t heard from again until 1921 when Muftree Muhammad Sadiq attached a photo of him into the Moslem Sunrise of 1921 wherein he claimed that he had converted to Ahmadiyya in 1901 via a letter (See “A Muslim in Victorian America” by Abd-Allah).
Per the Moslem Sunrise of 1921 and the pen of Muftree Muhammad Sadiq, Anderson converted to Ahmadiyya via a letter and thus became the first ever American Ahmadi.
In 1905, via the Badr magazine, Muftree Muhammad Sadiq and MGA’s team of editors fabricated a story about a white man named F.L. Anderson’s conversion to Ahmadiyya (see 50th Jalsa anniversary).
In 1908, after the death of MGA, he was mentioned in the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 as a convert to Ahmadiyya and given the name of Hasan.
The ROR of July-1920 reports that Mr. Ahmad Anderson is an older convert to Ahmadiyya, there is also a Dr. George Baker (aka Anthony George Baker). These people are said to have already been in the USA by the time that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq arrived.
The ROR of July-1920 tells the world that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq spoke to the press about Ahmadiyya in the world and reported that there were 600,000 Ahmadi’s when MGA died in 1908. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was inflating the numbers of Ahmadi’s to the press in the USA. Further, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and other Ahmadi editors lied about white converts to Ahmadiyya from Europe and America. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq also reported that he had converted 29 people to Ahmadiyya on his ship ride from the UK to the USA.
On October, 1920, Dr. Sadiq moved the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya mission to Chicago because of its central location. He purchased a house in an affluent area of Chicago, at 4448 S. Wabash, and converted it to a mosque.
The ROR of Oct-1920 reports that Muftree Muhammad Sadiq has converted 40 American’s thus far. It also reports that Sadiq moved from New York to Chicago recently. The ROR also mentions that the Ahmadiyya Movement is working on an Arabic newspaper (most likely for the arab muslims living in Dearborn, MI.). They claim to be working with an Arab on this endeavor, Mr. Mohini, the newspaper is called the “Alserat”.
The ROR of Aug-Sep-1920 has an essay about Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, entitled, “An Anecdote of the Mufti”. The July-1920 edition talks about how a Hindu from India converted to Ahmadiyya through Muftree Muhammad Sadiq and took his name. Mufti Sadiq reported that 31+ people had already converted to Ahmadiyya in New York (a total lie). Mufti Sadiq even claims to have converted 6 people to Ahmadiyya, of which 5 were chinese.
In the July-1920 edition of the ROR, it is reported how Sayyal is giving lectures. Maulana Nayyar and Azeez ud Din are also working with him. The ROR also reported that a family in Birmingham had converted to Ahmadiyya, however, this is a lie. They claim this is a Jewish family and even give the names as:
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