Intro
By 2022, we estimate that there are barely 5 Ahmadi’s in all of Poland. It seems that in 2006, the Ahmadiyya Movement was shut down by the government.

As early as 1920, the ROR of July-1920 reports that 2 people of Polish descent accepted Ahmadiyya via Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his voyage from the UK to New York in early 1920. However, this is most likely a lie, the Ahmadiyya Movement always lies about converts. The history of the Community dates back to the interwar period. 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.

The resumption of the activities of the Association was possible only after the fall of communism in Poland, in 1990. It was registered in Poland on December 3, 1990 and since then has the status of a religious association in the territory of the Republic of Poland. In 1991, the Community purchased a detached house with a plot of land in WłochyWarsaw. The house was converted into a Mission House and mosque premises. The community has around 100 members in Poland. This year, another missionary, Hamid Karim Mahmud, came to Warsaw, who completed the interrupted activities of his predecessor regarding the legalization of the Association’s activities in the Republic of Poland. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was granted the status of a Muslim Religious Union in 1990. It continued its activities for the next 16 years, until 2006.

In 2007, the spiritual leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, decided to change the missionary in Poland by appointing a German citizen, Munir Munawar Ahmad. Until now, he is a missionary and Imam of the Association.

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1920

As early as 1920, the ROR of July-1920 reports that 2 people of Polish descent accepted Ahmadiyya via Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his voyage from the UK to New York in early 1920. However, this is most likely a lie, the Ahmadiyya Movement always lies about converts.

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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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1990

It was registered in Poland on December 3, 1990 and since then has the status of a religious association in the territory of the Republic of Poland. This year, another missionary, Hamid Karim Mahmud, came to Warsaw, who completed the interrupted activities of his predecessor regarding the legalization of the Association’s activities in the Republic of Poland. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was granted the status of a Muslim Religious Union in 1990. It continued its activities for the next 16 years, until 2006.
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1991

In 1991, the Community purchased a detached house with a plot of land in WłochyWarsaw. The house was converted into a Mission House and mosque premises.

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2006

The Ahmadiyya Movement seems to have ceased all operations in Poland. 
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2007

In 2007, the spiritual leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, decided to change the missionary in Poland by appointing a German citizen, Munir Munawar Ahmad. Until now, he is a missionary and Imam of the Association.
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2008

It was not mentioned in the famous, (Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514), thus proving that Ahmadiyya was kicked out of Poland.
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2022

Karim Ahmad Khan was spotted in Poland with Humanity First, he was inspecting their work.

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Links and Related Essay’s

Review Of Religions – July 1920 Edition

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

Strona Główna

Who is Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (1872–1957)?

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and other Ahmadi editors lied about white converts to Ahmadiyya from Europe and America

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

Who is Karim Ahmad Khan?

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