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“Nikama Nabi” or “The Useless Prophet” by Babu Ghulam Mustafa Sb son of Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi

Intro
A Pamphlet having shown 43 claims (titles) of Mirza qadyani and poetry by Ahle hadith ulema by the Title ‘nakama nabi” or “The Useless Prophet” (in english) Mirza Qadyani and his 43 titles claimed .(printed in 1937 by ) Babu Ghulam Mustafa Sb son of the famous Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi.

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The Pamphlet
Nikama-Nabi by

Batalvi sent some of his children to Qadian for schooling

Intro
Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi was a great friend of MGA and then later became a major enemy.  However, after MGA died, Batalvi seemed to have buried the hatchet, he was allowed to write an article in the ROR.  In fact, he seems to have sent his children to school in Qadian in from 1910–1912.

The reference  
Life of Ahmad

http://www.alislam.org/library/books/Li … 0411MN.pdf

page 368 footnote

“Muhammad Husain had two wives and seven sons and three daughters. He himself says that they had all turned out to be thoroughly wicked and irreligious. They severed all connection with their father and some of them even conspired to kill him (Isha‘atus Sunnah, Vol. 22 No. 8, pp. 225, 226). In 1910 Muhammad Husain complained of his children’s wickedness to the Editor of Al-Hakam Qadian, who advised him to send the two younger ones to the Qadian school. He accepted this advice and sent them to Qadian.

When his friends came to know of it he had to write in defence in the Ahl-e- Hadith, Amritsar, dated 25-2-1910 that the boys were well looked after and that their religious beliefs were not being interfered with. But the enemies of Ahmadas could not bear it, so they pressed Muhammad Husain to get his sons out of Qadian. At last he yielded and sent them to Rupar where they drifted into ways of profligacy. On December 1, 1912, the two boys were brought to the Anjuman Ahmadiyya, Lucknow, in a miserable state. There was a complaint and the matter came to the notice of the police and the court. The Ahmadis of Lucknow tried to wean them from their wicked way of life but with no success.

Muhammad Husain died a miserable death in the beginning of 1920 at Batala. (See Batalvi ka Anjam by Mir Qasim Ali, 1931) ”

Batalvi’s article in the ROR
49/480 of the pdf or see page 46 thru 78.

http://www.aaiil.org/text/articles/revi … sh1910.pdf

Muhammad Hussain Batalvi gave Mirza Ghulam Ahmad a glowing review in 1884

Intro
Batalvi and MGA were close friends up to 1891, they were both the same age and had shared some of the same teachers, further, MGA’s father knew Batalvi’s father and etc etc etc.  In 1884, A fatwa of Kufr landed on MGA’s head from many Muslims in India, this was in response to MGA’s Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol. 4 which was published in the early summer of 1884.  MGA had went the Sir Syed-route and denied all of the miracles of Esa (As), however MGA was a a Ahle-Hadith (aka Wahabbi) affiliated person, in fact, his friend Noorudin was also Ahle-Hadith, as was his future wife, Nusrat Jehan and her father and Batalvi, who helped MGA arrange this marriage.

The quotes
See Upal(2017), page 125 and onward

“””In our opinion, it is in this time and in the present circumstances, a book the like of which has not been written up to this time in Islam, and nothing can be said about the future; Allah may bring about another affair after this. Its author, too, has proved himself firm in helping the cause of Islam, with his property, his person, his pen, his tongue and his personal religious experience, to such an extent that it is rarely seen among Muslims who have gone before. If someone thinks that my words are Asian exaggeration then show me at least one such book that confronts opponents of Islam especially the Arya Samaj with such gusto and enthusiasm. And point out such supporters of Islam who have taken upon themselves to help the cause of Islam with their property, their person, their treasure, their pen, and their tongue. And who has successfully challenged, with all his manly courage, opponents of Islam and deniers of revelation that if they doubt divine revelation to visit him and experience, observe and taste it. (Batalavi, 1884: 169-170).”””

“””Perhaps some of our critics will place me in the same category as the author of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya and slap the fatwa of kufr on me as well. They may say that I have raised the author of Braheen to the level of prophet Muhammad and I have declared his revelations to be innocent similar to the revelations of the Prophet but I am not afraid of their fatwa of kufr… (Batalavi, 1884: 284)”””

:”””What does he [Mirza Ghulam Ahmad] conclude from his revelations and miracles? Does he use them to prove his prophethood or the prophethood of Muhammad? What religion does he invite people (including many top padres, pundits, Brahmo Arya rajas, and sardars of other religions) with such bravery and boldness? Is it the Islamic religion or Ahmadi religion or Mirzai religion? Unless you are a person whose heart has been darkened with prejudice, these arguments and reasoning would have convinced you that he absolutely makes no claim whatsoever to his own prophethood [emphasis in the original]. The true purpose of all of each and every one of his claims is the proof of prophethood of Muhammad. (Batalavi, 1884: 278-279).

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad vs. Batalvi–1891-1892 era, MGA sent 10 Lanats on Batalvi

Intro
After claiming to be the Messiah in 1891, Batalvi turned on MGA and his team of ghost writers.  Batalvi began his beef with MGA which lasted til MGA died.  MGA even made predictions that Batalvi would eventually join Ahmadiyya and etc, however, like all of MGA’s predictions, those also failed.

A summary of this situation, written by a friend

MIRZA’S FAILED PROPHESY AND 10 CURSES TO MOLANA MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN BATALVI

In his book Aina Kamalat e Islam at page 601-604, Mirza Ghulam Qadiyani writes that Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi always criticise me and says i am an uneducated man , incompetent in Arabic language knowledge. He also says that Molvi Nooruddin is only a Hakim and Molvi Ahsan Amrohi is only a munshi. (Clerk). So he Mirza challenged Batalvi to have a contest of writing tafsir of 80 verses from Quraan and writing poetry (Naat). Few months ago the date of which i don,t remember, I saw an article by Muhammad Hussain Batalvi wherein Batalvi calls me dajjal, liar and dishonest. Beside this he says I am ignorant of religious knowledge. He insulted me like this repeatedly.

Then I cried before Allah swt for help, after this prayer I received Ilham “UDOONI ASTAJIB LAKUM” meaning pray to Me I will accept . So i prayed for victory against Batalvi, my heart got cleared I understood that my prayers have been answered. The Ilham “ INNI MAHEENUN MAN ARAD AHANTIKA
(I will humiliate those who intend to humiliate you) seems to have materialised. For this contest i prayed before Allah to destroy the liar. I have prayed for the contest fixing a time period of 40 days.

Now if i lose and my prayers are not answered then non acceptance of my prayer will prove my ilham as lie. I may be treated as liar and shall be prepared to accept any punishment. If Batalvi loses the contest his ignorance and humiliation shall be revealed to the world. But if he runs away from the contest he would receive 10 curses from Allah swt. After writing this MGQ writes words “Laanat” 10 times in his book.

Ahmadi’s propagated this 40 days prayer of Mirza far and wide at that time. Every follower of Mirza was anxiously waiting for a heavenly calamity or accident to fall upon Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi days in and days out. As the time goes by without any such news many were of the opinion that Batalvi could fall prey to such a mishap at the eleventh hour.
Finally the 40 days time line passed but to the disappointment of qadiyanis nothing happened to Batalvi. Ahmadi’s felt very sad to know that neither Mirza,s Ilham proved true nor his prayers were answered .

After this Batalvi wrote in his Magazine IShaatussunnah :

“Dear readers it is 30th April 1892 today , three days have passed after the expiry of 40 days time line. I am flourishing and am better than Mirza in health, wealth and in children. May be Mirza would justify his failed prophesy by telling his Mureeds that It was meant a metaphoric AZAB would fall on me on qayamah or he could say look Batalvi felt great distress during fasting or see Batalvi ,s son has suffered from cold and cough and in this way my prophesy has fulfilled with extreme grace.””

The scans


Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s debate with Batalvi (summer of 1891) was stopped by the British govt on MGA’s behalf

Intro
MGA was always favored by the British government, in fact, he was always given a chair when he went to court, whereas all other indians were forced to stand, moreover, the white people never even considered Indians as humans, since in terms of trains, white people never traveled in the same car as Indians.  Nonetheless, I have produced in the reference in the below wherein Dr. Basharat Ahmad explains how the British govt. intervened and kicked Batalvi out of Ludhiana and hence ended his debate with MGA.  Further, it is interesting to note that MGA barely had 5 debates in his entire career, this was one the earliest, and it was never a fair debate, since the British police were on the scene, protecting MGA and his team.  Further, MGA and his team would have been killed if it wasnt for the British govt.  This kept happening over and over again…read this entry about MGA in 1904 and a riot.

A summary of this quotation

The collaboration and cooperation between British colonial empire and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiyani has not been a secret issue. Mirza, in his book, himself states that he was planted by Britishers.

However, Ahmadi mullah either don,t accept this or do interpret this differently to creat polarisation so that the lies remain hidden from the eyes of simple ahmadi fellows.

Dr. Bashaarat Ahmad a Lahori Qadiayni, while describing the 13 days long debate between MGAQ and Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi, held on 20 July, 1891 at Ludhiana, states that there developed a situation of Law and Order in Ludhiana after the debate. The British govt ordered Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi and his fellow Ulema to leave the city of Ludhiana immediately. British Deputy Commissioner deputed one deputy and In charge Police Station Ludhiana to execute the orders who physically expelled Molana and his friends from Ludhiana.

On the contrary No such orders were issued against Mirza Qadiyani. Mirza made some correspondence with Britishers, but, perhaps for the fear of opponents, he moved to Amritsar at his own. Dr.Basharat writes that In Amritsar Mirza Qadiani received a letter from Deputy Commissioner Ludhiana that the expel orders were for Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi, not for you. You may stay at Ludhiana. Author has reproduced letter as under:-

From the court of W Chevys
Deputy Commissioner Ludhiana,

To Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Raees e Qadiyani sb Salamat,

Your letter dated yesterday was perused and heard and in response it is mentioned that subject to law, you have got the same rights available to stay at Ludhiana, as are available to other law abiding subjects of British Government.

Signature Sahib Deputy Commissioner Bahadur,
Dated 06 August 1891.
Molana Muhammad Hussain filed appeals for this discrimination at Lahore but no body heard him.

The scans

 

 

“Batalvi ka Anjam” in english as “The end of Batalvi” by Mir Qasim Ali, 1931

Intro
This book is not on alislam.org.  It is missing.  I am only posting some quotes that I found.

Page 368 footnote, https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Life-of-Ahmad-20080411MN.pdf

“Muhammad Husain had two wives and seven sons and three daughters. He himself says that they had all turned out to be thoroughly wicked and irreligious. They severed all connection with their father and some of them even conspired to kill him (Isha‘atus Sunnah, Vol. 22 No. 8, pp. 225, 226). In 1910 Muhammad Husain complained of his children’s wickedness to the Editor of Al-Hakam Qadian, who advised him to send the two younger ones to the Qadian school. He accepted this advice and sent them to Qadian. 

When his friends came to know of it he had to write in defence in the Ahl-e- Hadith, Amritsar, dated 25-2-1910 that the boys were well looked after and that their religious beliefs were not being interfered with. But the enemies of Ahmadas could not bear it, so they pressed Muhammad Husain to get his sons out of Qadian. At last he yielded and sent them to Rupar where they drifted into ways of profligacy. On December 1, 1912, the two boys were brought to the Anjuman Ahmadiyya, Lucknow, in a miserable state. There was a complaint and the matter came to the notice of the police and the court. The Ahmadis of Lucknow tried to wean them from their wicked way of life but with no success.

Muhammad Husain died a miserable death in the beginning of 1920 at Batala. (See Batalvi ka Anjam by Mir Qasim Ali, 1931) “

Batalvi calls Mirza Ghulam Ahmad a drunkard (1894)

Intro
Batalvi grew up with MGA and knew him well, he defended MGA all the time, however, in late 1890, MGA began calling himself as the Messiah and Batalvi was forced to abandon him.

The Quote

Maulawi Muhammad Husain of Batala wrote in the Isha‘atus-Sannah(Vol. 16). :

“”””Bhangar, makkar, fareibi, mal‘un, a‘war dajjal, abdud-darahim waddananir, jiska ilham ihtilam hai, bei-haya, bhangiyu􀄔 aur bazari shuhdu􀄔 ka sargaruh, daku, khu􀄔reiz, jis ki jama‘at badma‘sh, badkirdar,zani, sharabi, i.e., ‘raving drunkard, intriguer, swindler, accursed, the oneeyed Dajjal, slave of silver and gold, whose revelation is nothing but a seminal discharge, shameless, the ring-leader of sweepers and streetvagabonds, dacoit, murderer whose followers are scoundrels, villains, adulterers, and drunkards’. “”””

See Dard, Life of Ahmad, online edition,, page 575

What is Maktubat-e-Ahmadiyyah?

Intro
It seems that after MGA died, Nooruddin began collecting all the letters that MGA and his team wrote and published them into book form, not all of them were published however, nor is it clear as to how many copies were made and if the originals still exist, we are sure of Ahmadiyya editing, so we are careful.  As we all know, Pir Siraj ul Haq Nomani wrote most of MGA’s letters, and on MGA’s behalf, MGA most likely dictated what needed to be written.

The reference is from Hidden Treasures, which is a book that summarizes the writings of MGA and his team
https://www.alislam.org/library/book/hidden-treasures-of-islam/

See the introduction section

Maktubat-e-Ahmadiyyah

“””Letters written by the Promised Messiahas from 1883 to 1908 to various personalities and some of these letters relate to the importance of the Khilafat and about the Companions of the Holy Prophetsa are collected in these volumes.

There are seven volumes of letters. The fifth volume comprises five parts. Details of these volumes are given as:

Volume 1
One hundred and sixteen pages, published in 1908, in Urdu. This comprises a collection of letters that the Promised Messiah had written to Mir ‘Abbas ‘Ali Shah Ludhianvi from October 1882 to June 1885.

Volume 2
Ninety pages, published in Lahore in 1912, in Urdu. This comprises a collection of letters written by the Promised Messiah from 1878 to 1903 to various Hindus and the leaders of the Aryah Samaj, including Indarman Muradabadi, Pandit Dyanand, Pandit Lekh Ram, Bawa Shiv Nara’in and Ram Charan, in which the Promised Messiahas explained the truth of Islam and fixed a period of one year for anyone of them to come and stay with him in order to witness a Divine sign and he also drew a comparison of the teachings of the Holy Quran with the Vedas.

Volume 3
One hundred and twenty-two pages, published in Lahore in 1914, in Urdu, is a collection of letters written by the Promised Messiahas from 1884 to 1903 to Christian missionaries, including Alexander Dowie.  He asked the Christian missionaries to produce a comparable
observation about Jesus as the one made about the Holy Prophetsa by the King of Ethiopia in his time. He offered them a reward of Rs. 1,000 for it. The Promised Messiahas effectively answered all objections raised by Christians about the Holy Prophetsa and established the truth of the Holy Prophetsa with cogent arguments. An Introduction to the hidden Treasures of Islam

Volume 4
Forty pages, published in Qadian, in Urdu, comprises a collection of the letters written by the Promised Messiahas to Maulavi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi, in which he marshalled arguments about his truth and adduced and enumerated signs which had taken place in his favour to establish his truth.

Volume 5: Part I
Fifty-six pages, published in 1918, in Urdu, is a collection of 96 letters written by the Promised Messiahas from 1892 to 1905 to Seth ‘Abdur Rehman of Madras.

Volume 5: Part II
One hundred and twenty-eight pages, published in Urdu, is a collection of 88 letters written by the Promised Messiahas from March 8, 1885 to August 26, 1892 to Hadrat Maulavi Hakim Nur-ud-Din. These letters are in his own hand and relate to the efficacy of prayers and specially those made at the eleventh hour. Mention has also been made of some of his revelations specially about the Promised Reformer and also contain suggestions about the printing of the magazines.

Volume 5: Part III
One hundred and seventy-six pages, published in 1929, in Amritsar, in Urdu, is a collection of 278 letters written from 1884 to 1902 to Ch. Rustam ‘Ali, in which he praised the financial assistance rendered by him and other matters.

Volume 5: Part IV
One hundred and forty-four pages, published in 1935, in Amritsar, in Urdu, is a collection of 62 letters written from 1890 to 1906 to Nawab Muhammad ‘Ali Khan in which a number of different subjects have been discussed, including the importance of bai‘at, signs of the Promised Messiah, the method of Istikharah, unreasonable wavering of the people on the prophecy of ‘Abdullah Atham and the true significance of Khatm-e-Nubuwwat.

Volume 5: Part V
Thirty-two pages, published on June 10, 1944, in Hyderabad Deccan, in Urdu, is a collection of 270 letters addressed to Munshi Ahmad Jan Ludhianvi, and other friends in Kapurthala, Hadrat Nawab Muhammad ‘Ali Khan of Jhajjar, Munshi Habibur Rehman, Munshi Dafar Ahmad, Khan Sahib ‘Abdul Majid and Maulavi ‘Abdullah Sanauri, and some other letters written in his own hand.

Volume 6
It is a collection of 23 letters written by the Promised Messiahas to Hadrat Maulavi Hakim Nur-ud-Din and a number of different non Ahmdi scholars. This collection was edited by Sheikh Ya‘qub ‘Ali Khan ‘Irfani.

Volume 7
This collection was compiled in 1954 by Malik Salah-ud-Din, M.A. This has 51 letters, 36 of them were addressed to Nawab Muhammad ‘Ali Khan of Maler Kotla between 1892 to April 1908, and some others addressed to a number of different personalities including Bhai ‘Abdur Rahman Sahib Qadiani and Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (Sindh).

Note: Nazarat Isha‘at has combined all the above letters (and some more letters which could not be included in the seven volumes) into three volumes and published them in 2008.

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq helped change the Date of Birth of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad from 1839/40 to 1835

Intro
We all know how MGA wrote 1839 or 1840 as his DOB.  Read that entire discussion here: https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/14/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-swears-that-he-was-nearly-60-years-old-in-1901/ and here:   https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/10/ahmadiyya-leadership-lies-about-the-date-of-birth-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was written and published in the winter of 1908
This is an important fact.  In this book, MGA’s editors began changing MGA’s comments on his age.  Ahmadis use a comment from this book to prove that MGA was much older in 1905.  https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=vol.+5.

—“God knows the real age but according to my knowledge, my age is near 70 years at present in the year 1323 AH. God knows best” [Zamima Baraheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol 5 page 193].

—-“The real words about the promise in the revelation assign the age between 74 and 86″  [Zamima Baraheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol 5 page 97 margin]

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his book Zikr-e-Habib
“This humble one was born in the month of Phalugna on a Friday on the 14th night of the moon” [Zikr-e-habib by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Sahib pages 238 & 239]

Other references to Zikr-e-Habib
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Zikr-e-Habib

See here for the Ahmadiyya argument—-https://theartofmisinformation.wordpress.com/2011/09/13/age-of-the-imam-mahdi-as/

MGA’s team lied about his age during the Dowie prophecy, they purposely made MGA look older
On 23rd of August, 1903 a leaflet was published from me against Dowie which states that I am around 70 years in age and Dowie, as he mentions, is a young man of 50.” [Tatma Haqiqatul Wahi page 71 and Majmooa-ishtaharat vol 3 page 564]

Ahmadi’s also quote Sanaullah 
Ahmadi’s have cherry picked these quotes, we need to see the full quote to properly analyze.

Maulvi Sanaullah Amritsari who was a staunch opponent of MGA writes:

“Mirza Sahib has said that his demise would be near 80 years of age and perhaps he has fulfilled all those conditions” [Ahl-e-hadith 3rd May 1907 page 3 column2]

 Maulvi Sanaullah probably wanted to prove that Ahmad (as) had reached 75 years of age and should die now according to his own prophecy. He writes in another place:

“A person who is older than 70 years of age (as is Mirza sahib himself)…” [Tafseer-e-sanai Matbooa 1899 Hashia 4 under ayat Inni mutawaffeeqa ]

Ahmadi’s also quote Batalvi

Risala Isha’at-us-sunnah vol 15, page 191 in 1893 thus:

“He’s already 63 years old..”.

 

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