Maulvi Muhammad Din (also spelled as Maulvi Muhammad-uddin Sahib) was the pioneer missionary sent to Albania by the 2nd Khalifa in 1934-1936. He was deported and sent away, the ship he was on was torpedo and he died (while enroute to Durbun, South Africa). By 1995, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was claiming that there were 45,000 new converts to Ahmadiyya (a lie). By 2022, there are barely 10 Qadiani-Ahmadi’s in all of Albania. Ahmadiyya sources claim 52 Ahmadi’s, however, this is a lie (see page 32). An Ahmadi missionary, Javaid Iqbal Nasir was also there, in 2015, he was the regional Murrabi and also seems to be working out of Kosovo, both of these countries are managed via Germany. In 2015, Maulana Shahid Ahmad was listed as the President of Albania (See page 32).


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Who is Maulvi Muhammad-uddin? The first ever Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary sent to Albania

18 April 1936: Maulvi Muhammad-uddin Sahib began his journey from Qadian for Albania to serve as a missionary. He was quickly turned away and returned to Qadian.

At the 1936 Jalsa at Qadian (See ROR of Jan-1937), the 2nd Khalifa alleged that new missionary centers had been setup in Albania.


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14 April 1945: Sir Chaudhry Zafarulla Khan and Jalaluddin Shams met Ahmet Muhtar Zogolli who had served the Albanians in the capacity of prime minister, president and finally as king of Albania. He was conveyed the message of Ahmadiyyat by the delegation.

The ROR of March-1945 alleges that the Ahmadiyya Movement has established a mission in Albania.

The ROR of Nov-1945 alleges that there is an active Qadiani-Ahmadi mission in Albania.


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July 1946: A prominent Ahmadi, Sharif Dosta Sahib was martyred in Albania along with his family members. This sad news reached the 2nd Khalifa and he announced him as the first European Ahmadi Shaheed. Huzoor also encouraged the Jamaat to always remain ready to embrace every hardship for the cause of Islam.

The ROR of Aug-1946 reports that there is Qadiani-Ahmadi Maulvi working in Italy named Malik Mohammad Sharif, and he reported to the headquarters how a local convert to Qadianism (Sharif Dosta, a Yugoslavian parliamentarian) was executed by the Albanian government, along with his family members. Ahmadiyya sources allege that Maulvi Muhammad-uddin (worked in the Balkan States, specifically between Albania and Yugoslavia)(1936-39) had converted him to Qadianism a few years earlier. They didn’t mention how Maulvi Muhammad-uddin was dead.


Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims 45,000 Albanian converts in 1995, the largest indigenous European Jamaat at the time. The Albania Jalsa of 2018 had 332 total guests.

The first ever Jalsa Salana was held.

An Ahmadi missionary, Javaid Iqbal Nasir was also there, in 2015, he was the regional Murrabi and also seems to be working out of Albania, which is also managed via Germany.

Too bad it was all a lie. As with the other bai’at lies of the 90s and 2000s, the converts claimed by this man just didn’t exist (or were so weak that they didnt even remain Ahmadi for long). As you can see here 50 participants took part in the annual NATIONAL MKA Albania Ijtema. 50. The Albania Jalsa of 2018 had 332 total guests.

Where did they 44,000+ blessed souls go? Were they just a number conjured up to impress and revitalize Ahmadis? It it goes to show just what happens when you have an organization which prioritizes obedience and “progress” over critical thinking. The “Man of God” lacked the common sense to realize that this just wasn’t realistic. He was too caught up in the “triumph” of Ahmadiyyat that his era of Khilafat was seeing. These lies were too useful for him. Too bad God didn’t tell him before he decided to conduct this performance and embarrass himself in front of the world.
Mosques in 2020? Amount of Ahmadi’s in 2020? 

There seems to be only one mosque.

1st Ahmadiyya Mosque in Albania
Inaugurated: Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad
Location: Tirana, Albania
Capacity: 2’500
Built: 1999

The ‘Bejtyl-Evel’ Mosque (Albanian) or The Baitul Awal Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the country and the 1st Ahmadiyya Mosque built in 1995. The mosque was Inaugurated by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (4th caliph). The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Albania has been established since 1934. Aside the mosque, ‘Darul Falah’ mission house is also located in Tirana, capital city of Albania. This mosque is entirely run by the majority of new albanian ahmadi converts. This mosque is under the supervision of Mirza Masroor Ahmad and Jamaat Ahmadiyya Germany’s National Ameer, Abdullah Wagishauser.
Links and Related Essay’s

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Are Ahmadis the fastest growing Islamic sect? The World Christian Encyclopedia opened and evaluated

Click to access 1984_iss_1.pdf

Click to access Al-Nahl-1993-v004-No_02.pdf

The Ahmadiyya Conversion Fraud in Albania

Click to access Maryam-Jan-Mar-2015-EN.pdf

Who is Maulvi Muhammad-uddin? The first ever Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary sent to Albania

The history of Ahmadiyya in South Africa

The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Germany

The history of #Ahmadiyya in modern day #Kosovo


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