Ahmadi’s lie to the public and claim that they are a purely religious organization. We have cited many cases of this contradiction, in the 1910’s they were saying the same thing as they were against the non-cooperation movement and supported the British government whole heartedly. Another instance can be found in 1945 and during the Simla Conference. This was directly after WW-2, the British wanted to split India and create buffer zones. The 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad and his team of ghost writers immediately drafted talking points. They were urging Indians to co-operate with the British government, however, Muslims refused and the entire Simla Conference failed.
The Review of Religions, Vol. 44, pp. 107-110, July 1945
During his Friday Sermon on 22 June 1945 – Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II had advised the Indian leaders to accept this proposal of the British government, which would ultimately lead India to its freedom. He said:
“It would therefore be a most unfortunate and dark day for India if her sons deliberately turn their backs upon such a proposal. I, for once, find it impossible to comprehend how Indian leaders, many of whom are men of calibre and deep vision, can fail to perceive that if they have every hope and confidence in their ability to win freedom, notwithstanding the fact that the entire power now lies in the hands of the Britisher, they should have no reasonable ground for misgivings after 90% of the power is transferred to them. […]
“There can be no possible shadow of doubt that whatever rights we do get, no matter whether they are large or small, it is emphatically in our interest to grasp them firmly and turn them to our advantage. By doing so we shall be bringing the day of India’s Independence nearer. I am firmly of [the] opinion that we should gladly accept this proposal. We should do so not for the sake of doing a good turn to Great Britain, but for the good of our own souls, and for the good of the coming generations of our children. […]
“No amount of empty words, no amount of pious exhortations, no amount of fiery political speeches can set in motion this surge of the soul on a country wide scale. To awaken a real hunger for freedom, we must give the masses some fore-taste of the joys of freedom – which we can do most effectively only by firmly grasping the power, now being put into our hands.”
Al Fazl, 27 and 28 June 1945
The original Urdu of this sermon was published in Al Fazl on 23 June 1945, whereas its original Urdu and English translation was given to various leaders in Simla, where they had convened for the conference. The leaders who were given the sermon’s Urdu and English text included Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, MK Gandhi, Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, Mr Hussain Imam, Mian Iftikharuddin, Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, BG Kher, Ravishankar Shukla, Sri Krishan Sinha, etc.
______________________________________________________________________________________________Ahl-e-Hadith of Amritsar, 6 July 1945, p. 4
This sermon had so much impact that even a staunch opponent of the Jamaat, Maulvi Sanaullah Amritsari wrote:
“The passion to free 400 million Indians from slavery – which is evident from this speech of Khalifa Ji [Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIra] – cannot be found even in the speech of Gandhi Ji.”
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