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By 2022, we estimate that there barely 1-5 Ahmadi’s in the entire country. In 1937, the first missionary, Ayyaz Khan, came to Warsaw with two co-workers of Hungarian citizenship. He came under the direct command of the spiritual leader of the Worldwide Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmoud Ahmad. The reason for sending the missionary to Poland was a personal visit in 1937, to the central headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim World Community, in Qadian, India, of the Chief Mufti of Poland, Dr. Jakub Szynkiewicz, head of the Muslim Religious Union in Poland. The purpose of the visit was to interest the Second Caliph in building a mosque in Warsaw and to raise funds for this purpose. The Second Caliph allocated a certain amount to the construction of a mosque in Warsaw and delegated Ayyaz Khan, who had been working in Hungary for two years, to Poland. The outbreak of the Second World War made it impossible to achieve this goal. The hostilities forced the missionary Ayyaz Khan to leave Warsaw and evacuate from Poland. He went to Budapest with the military, government officials, ambassadors and others. He continued his missionary activities in the capital of Hungary.

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1937

In 1937, the first missionary, Ayyaz Khan, came to Warsaw with two co-workers of Hungarian citizenship. He came under the direct command of the spiritual leader of the Worldwide Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmoud Ahmad. The reason for sending the missionary to Poland was a personal visit in 1937, to the central headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim World Community, in Qadian, India, of the Chief Mufti of Poland, Dr. Jakub Szynkiewicz, head of the Muslim Religious Union in Poland. The purpose of the visit was to interest the Second Caliph in building a mosque in Warsaw and to raise funds for this purpose. The Second Caliph allocated a certain amount to the construction of a mosque in Warsaw and delegated Ayyaz Khan, who had been working in Hungary for two years, to Poland. The outbreak of the Second World War made it impossible to achieve this goal. The hostilities forced the missionary Ayyaz Khan to leave Warsaw and evacuate from Poland. He went to Budapest with the military, government officials, ambassadors and others. He continued his missionary activities in the capital of Hungary.

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