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.
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).
He seems to be working as a missionary in Germany-Switzerland-Italy and etc.
“Our Foreign Missions” 1961 edition, by Mirza Mubarak Ahmad reports that he is working in Germany. Specifically as the missionary-in-charge at the new Ahmadiyya temple in Hamburg, Germany.
(Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).
He was working as the Missionary-in-Charge in Germany.
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