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May 2022

Backbiting against Qadiani-Ahmadi’s is allowed in Islam

Backbiting is totally unaccepted in Islam, however, for Ahmadi’s, it is allowed, listen to Brownie explaining it herein. When Ahmadi’s die, we can also talk about them, since they are Dajjal type of people.

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Uncle Mushtaq Malik vs. Qadiani Murrabi Nasir Vaince

Uncle Mushtaq Malik is a legend in Qadiani-Awareness since like 2004. He recently had a discussion with a Qadiani-Ahmadi named Nasir Vaince, you can listen to it here, there is lots of cussing and only Mushtaq Malik can be heard in this audio, however, Nasir Vaince was writing many cuss words to Uncle Mushtaq, you can see that in the below. We have archived this on tik tok also.

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The Ahmadiyya Movement and the Government of India Act of 1919

In the Aug-Sep-1918 edition of the ROR, Mirza Bashir Ahmad wrote an extensive position paper on the political turmoil of 1917 and the impending Government of India Act of 1919 aka Indian Reforms. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq presented the same in the UK as reported by the Aug-Sep-1919 edition of the ROR, in his memoranda, he lied and claimed there were 700,000 Ahmadi’s in the world. 

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Dr. Aslam Daud EXPOSED as a sexual predator!!!!!

In 2022, after the death of Naseem Mahdi, he was accused of rape by Ahmadi’s. As of 2021, Dr. Aslam Daud is one of the directors of Humanity-First-Canada, he is also a member on the board of Directors at the Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace building (see this tik tok also, you can watch the full video herein), his twitter handle is @doctordaud. He also a director with Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada Inc. Humanity First Canada is based in a small office in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Humanity First Canada is operated by a board of 5 Qadiani-Ahmadi, they are listed as directors. They are listed in the below, one of which (Lal Khan Malik) is an employee (murrabi) of the Ahmadiyya Movement. They work in-concert with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada Inc., as they pretend to help poor people all around the world. Abdul Aziz Khalifa died in 2019. Dr. Aslam Daud is the chairman, Tel: 416-440-0346.

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Who is Chaudhry Abdul Latif?

Chaudhry Abdul Latif was a murrabi of the Ahmadiyya Movement from roughly 1946-1970. In October of 1946 he arrived in Switzerland and was denied entry into Germany. He then went to the Netherlands and worked there. By 1957-1961, he was in Germany and working as the missionary-in-charge. 

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Germany

Uptil 1984, there were barely 300 Ahmadi’s in all of Germany, Lahori and Qadiani. In fact, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s had the first Ahmadiyya temple built in 1922 and it is still standing, whereas the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s were forced to flee from Germany in the same era. The Qadiani’s also showed up in 1922, they sent Maulvi Mubarak Ali, from the UK in late 1922, and lasted for about 2 years. Malik Ghulam Farid also showed up in 1923 to help and also left in 1924. By 1924, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s had totally given up in Germany and left. They returned after WW-2 (1950’s) and built their first temple in 1957. Meanwhile, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s opened their temple in 1922 and Maulvi Sadr ud Din published a German translation of the Quran later in 1939. Maulvi Sadr ud Din was also their imam in 1922, he was the pioneer and got the famous Berlin Mosque aka Wilmersdorfer Moschee built. It is situated on Brienner Straße 7-8 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf. It was designed by K. A. Hermann and was built between 1923 and 1925. Berlin Mosque, which has two 90 feet (27 m) tall minarets, was heavily damaged in World War II. The two minarets were rebuilt in 1999/2001. The foundation stone was laid on 6 August 1923 and the mosque was inaugurated officially on 26 April 1925. In 1925, Maulvi Sadr ud Din returned to Lahore, British-India.

The Qadiani’s returned after WW-2 (1950’s) and built their first temple in 1957. By 1979, the Ahmadiyya Movement was claiming to have only 2 mission houses and 2 mosques in West Germany.

In the late 1970’s, famous converts like Abdullah Wagishauser and Hadayatullah Hubsch showed up and gave the Qadiani’s local legitimacy.

In 1984, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s became dominant as a result of their fake asylum cases. By 1995, we estimate that 10,000 Qadiani-Ahmadi’s had arrived in Germany. By 2022, the number is most likely at 15,000 total Ahmadi’s in Germany. In 2013, the Ahmadiyya Movement reported 35,000–45,000 adherents and found in 244 communities as of 2013. In 2013 the AMJ became the first Islamic organization to gain recognition as ‘Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts’ (KdöR) in Hessen, giving it legal status on par with the Christian churches and allowing it to establish faith-based universities and to collect religious taxes (Heimken 2013, sec. 1). In 2014 the same result was achieved for Hamburg. This shows that the AMJ is recognized as practicing a form of Islam that is considered compatible with German societal values such as liberalism, democracy and a state organized along secular lines.

By 2023, the Ahmadiyya Jamaat is lying about the number of Ahmadi’s in Germany, they claimed 53k in this video. Also, in 2023, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s held Eid at their temple. 

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Austria

In 2022, there are barely 100 Ahmadi’s in all of Austria. By 2008, the only murrabi was Munir Ahmad Munawar (See ref in the below). They created a website for Ahmadiyya in Austria, see here. The Ahmadiyya Movement has a mission house in Vienna, this is most likely the living area of the murrabi. The Lahori-Ahmadi’s claim to have converted Austrian Baron Umar Ehrenfels to their version of Ahmadiyya, he hung out with them in Germany at their famous Wilmersdorfer Mosque aka The Berlin Mosque. He seems to have became a Sufi Muslim soon thereafter, nevertheless, he was friendly with Lahori-Ahmadi’s his whole life. In 1946, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s helped his wife get a visa. The Qadiani-Ahmadi’s claim that the first Austrian native to become a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is Muhammad Yunus Mairhofer Sahib who accepted Ahmadiyyat in 2007, at the age of 26. Yunus Sahib has shared his story on the YouTube channel of Ahmadi Answers. (How an Austrian Christian Accepted the True Islam, Ahmadiyyat,

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The Ahmadiyya missionary push after WW-2 ended

As soon as WW-2 ended, the Ahmadiyya Movement was allowed by the British to send missionaries en masse to Europe. A delegation of nine missionaries, Chaudhry Karam Ilahi Zafar (Spain), Chaudhry Muhammad Ishaq Saqi (Spain for short while, then Trinidad and Tobago), Maulvi Muhammad Usman, Master Muhammad Ibrahim, Maulvi Ghulam Ahmad Sahib Bashir (Switzerland), Maulvi Basharat Ahmad Naseem, Maulvi Nazir Ahmad Ali, Malik Ata-ur-Rehman (Amir of the delegation) and Chaudhry Zahoor Ahmad Bajwa (Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, Vol. 9, p. 525).

The ROR of Jan-Feb-1946 tells the world that on Dec-16-1945 a group of 9 Qadiani-Ahmadi Maulvi’s were sent to Europe. The plan was for all of them to convene in London and with a few staying, one going to Holland, Spain and Germany. It should be noted that per the ROR, 3 Qadiani-Ahmadi maulvi’s were already sent to West Africa in this push. In the ROR of March-1946, the 2nd Khalifa claims that he has sent out 25 Qadiani-Ahmad Maulvi’s and has run out of qualified people (this was a Friday sermon of the 2nd Khalifa, published in the Sunrise, dated Feb-9-1946). The ROR of Oct-1946 reports on Qadiani-Ahmadi’s preaching in Sierra Leone, this report was written by M. M. Siddique. M. M. Siddique reports that him and 2 other Qadiani-Ahmadi Maulvi’s named, Muhammad Ishaque Saqui (written as Soofi Muhammad Ishaque), Maulvi Abdul Haq Nangli and Maulvi Chaudhry N. Ahmad. They planned a tabligh tour of the northern areas of Sierra Leone. They left Bo on May 7th-1946, and landed in Magburaka, they allege to have a mission house, a school and a mosque. They admit that their school is getting money from the government.

Thus, a caravan of Ahmadi mullahs departed in 1945 from the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Community, Qadian towards Bombay harbour, via New Delhi. The group embarked on SS Batory and after three weeks landed in Liverpool where they confronted Jalal al-Din Shams, then a pioneering missionary stationed in England. The caravan spent six months in London at the Fazl Mosque.

On October 13, 1946 the three Ahmadi missionaries, Sheikh Nasir Ahmad, Abdul Latif and Ghulam Ahmad Bashir met in Zurich, Switzerland, intending to establish a mission in Germany. However, due to the recent conclusion of the war, they were unable to enter the country. As a result, a mission was established in Zurich instead. Soon after, Abdul Latif and Ghulam Ahmad Bashir left the country for the Netherlands, whilst Sheikh Nasir Ahmad continued to serve Switzerland for the following 16 years, until 1962. During this period a German translation of the Quran was published and an Islamic journal Der Islam was founded. (Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).

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Muneeb ur Rehman, an Ahmadi fugitive is on the run

Rana Tanveer is reporting that a district court of Texas State of the US has issued an arrest warrant for Muneeb-Ur-Rehman, a former leader of the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, for not appearing in the court in connection with his trial on charges of sexual assault of a minor boy. Muneeb-Ur-Rehman is a fugitive on the run and will most likely be looking to walk over the Mexican border and thus disappear towards Pakistan, since Pakistan has no extradition treaty with the USA.

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