In 1922, via “Truth About The Split”, the 2nd Khalifa mentioned how he created this organization with the approval of the Khalifa in 1911. This was a gang of heathens that supported Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad as the next Khalifa. The Anjuman Ansarullah verbally attacked the Lahori-Ahmadi’s in 1913 and their newspaper Pagham-e-Sulah and the famous anonymous tracts, Izaharul Haq No. 1&2. They seem to have had at least 175 dedicated workers by late 1913. They wrote, “Izhar-e-Haqiqat—Reply to Izharul Haq No. 2 by the Anjuman Ansarullah, Qadian and Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya—Reply to Izharul Haq No. 1 by the Anjuman Ansarullah, Qadian.
The Piggot prophecy was another failed prophecy of MGA, in fact, all of his prophecies failed. MGA and his team of writers asserted Piggot would die in front of MGA’s eyes, i.e. in MGA’s lifetime.
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Abdullah Timapuri appears on the scene some time in the last years of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad‘s life. Like other Qadiani claimants of Divine appointment, he created the fine distinction between him being the ‘Mahdi’ while Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was the ‘Messiah’. His books were published by the same [Riaz Hind Press] that used to publish the books of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In fact, the back cover of the book presented below shows the list of his books alongside those of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, side by side, and the two columns titled ‘Ahmadi Chain’ and ‘Muhammadi Chain’. A substantial part of the rest of the book can be found in the attachments to this page. Even the name of this book is derived from a ‘revelation’ of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in which he was given a book by this name, but he never wrote a book with this title. This book, ‘Nahj-al-Musalla’ is filled with the ‘revelations’ and ‘visions’ of Abdullah Timapuri. Abdullah called himself, in Tafseer Asmani, one of his books, Maamoor minal Allah, Naib Rasool Allah, Muhammad Abdullah, Mazhar E Awal Qudrat e Sani Der Silsila Imam Rubani Hazrat Masih Maood Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani. So Obviously he was claiming big status. There was also a Maulvi Yar Muhammad who had similar claims. At the same time Zahir ud Din (also spelled Zahir al_din) was also making claims of prophethood and Khilafat. Zahir uddin or Al-Din was a clerk in the Canal Department of Gujranwala (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition). Noorudin was thus dealing with 3 claimants, while he wasn’t able to walk, since his leg was amputated and he was vacillating. It is important to note, that the first claimant of prophethood in Ahmadiyya, after MGA of course was a certain Chiragh ud Din, who was ex-communicated by MGA himself. We are not sure as to which Yar Muhammad this was. There were a few in Ahmadiyya history. Furthermore, it should be noted that Noorudin didn’t care if MGA claimed to be a law-bearing prophet.
Some additional data on Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri from
Maulvi Abdulla of Timapur (a suburb of Shorapur, in the Deccan) had been successively Sunnite Muslim, Wahhabi, and Ahmadi, before he created his own sect, declaring,
“I am the man from God : You must all follow me.. I am the real Khalifa of Qadian.”
He has about three hundred disciples at present, and is much’ more friendly to Christians than to Muslims. I am indebted for this information to Rev. N. Desai, the pastor of a self-supporting Indian Christian congregation at Shorapur (see Walter).
He is mentioned by Walter in 1916
Walter wrote his historic book about Ahmadiyya in this era. He mentioned that there was another claimant. See also, Al-fazl. January 1, 1935, via “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition.
Nur Ahmad Qadiani was another claimant of prophethood in this era
There was yet another Ahmadi who claimed prophethood after MGA, it was Nur Ahmad Qadiani (See “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition, page 259).
He wrote the book, “Lekulle Ummatin Ajal”, wherein he wrote:
“There is no god but God, : Nur Ahmad is the apostle of God . I am the apostle of Allah. Whosoever obeys me, obeys Allah and whosoever disobeys me has disobeyed Allah. I have been commissioned to be the mercy for all the world as I am a synthesis of all the prophets”
He was also mentioned in the Al-Fazl of Nov. 11,1934, via “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition.
The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad mentions him in 1922
In his book, “Truth About the Split” (1922), he says:
“””In the years 1911 and 1912, some tracts were published by two men named Maulawi Yar
Muhammad and Abdullah Timapuri. Each of these men claimed to be the Imam (leader) of the
Community under special authority from God. There was therefore some danger of people being deceived by their tracts and notices. Hence, Khalifatul Masih Ira was obliged to make an announcement against them in one of his speeches. But the words used by him in the announcement were general and only Abdullah Timapuri was mentioned by name. The words of the announcement were as follows:
“Again, there are young men who are in too great a hurry to write books although they possess neither the wisdom nor the insight required by an author. Mere fancies are of little avail so long as one does not get into touch with facts. Such writings give rise to dissension. If, therefore, difficulties should arise, one ought to seek help from God and have recourse to prayer. I would warn our members to shun such people. There is a number of them who go about giving publicity to their pretensions.” (The Badr 25th January 1912). (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
Zahir ud Deen’s book, “Nabi Ullah Ka Zahur” is published (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition). In fact, the Ahmadiyya newspaper, the Al-Badr published an advertisement for it’s sales (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
The urdu version of the Review of Religions praised Zahir ud Deen’s book, in fact they even called him as a Munshi (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
Noorudin writes a generalized announcement in the Al-Badr newspaper that some men are giving rise to dissensions. This seems to be about Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri and Maulvi Yar Muhammad(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).
Per Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad in June of 1912, Zahir Al-Din wrote a letter to the Khalifa asking whom the Jan-1912 announcement was about. Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad reports that the Khalifa clarified that Zahir al-Din was good, the announcement was about Maulvi Yar Muhammad and Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
On July 11th, 1912, per Muhammad Ali, an announcement was published in the Al-Badr wherein Zahir Al- Din was officially ex-communicated by Noorudin (the Khalifa)(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition). The Khalifa called him Zaheer ud Din Arupi. Arupi is probably the name of the city or village that he was from in India (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
Zahir had repented and was allowed to re-enter the Ahmadiyya Movement at the hand of Noorudin, most likely via a letter of repentance (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition).
In the issue of 14 OCT–1912, Zahir ud Din gets published in the Al-Badr in contempt vs. the Khalifa. He impertinently writes that he disagrees with the Khalifa on many beliefs (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
The second part of his book was published on April 20th, 1913, it was only 12 pages and entitled, “Ahmad Rasul ul Allah, Ka Zahur”, in english as : “Ahmad, the messenger of Allah, his appearance”(see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition). In this book, he formulated a new Kalima for Ahmadi’s, which replaced the word “Muhammad” from the Kalima with “Ahmad”, which was a direct reference to (see Muhammad Ali, “The Split” 1994 online edition). the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad agrees that this book was published in April of 1913(See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
A newer Ahmadiyya newspaper, “Al-Haq” tells Ahmadi’s to leave Zahir ud Din, Maulvi Yar Muhammad and Maulvi Abdullah Timapuri alone. The editor of this newspaper is Mir Qasim Ali. However, there was no official letter or announcement of ex-communication by the Khalifa, most likely because the Khalifa was out of commission based on his health. Nevertheless, there is no announcement of ex-communication by the Khalifa.
Zahir ud din was made a member of the advisory committee, which was formed at Lahore after the death of Noorudin (vide the Paigham-e-Sulh of 24th March, 1914) and his articles against the family Khilafat found a place in Maulawi Muhammad Ali’s magazine called the Al-Mahdi (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
Zahir ud Din was present at the Lahori-Ahmadi Jalsa of this year and was even allowed to speak (See “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the 2007 online english edition).
Mirza Mansoor Ahmad was born on March 13, 1911 at Qadian to Mirza Sharif Ahmad and His wife Bu Zainab bibi. They announced the nikah in 1906, however, the girl didn’t enter the house of Mirza Bashir Ahmad until 1909, the same time his sister, Mubarika Begum left Qadian for Malerkotla. Mirza Sharif Ahmad was barely 16 years old when he got married, his wife’s age is unknown.
Not much is known about Mirza Mansoor Ahmad’s early life. He got married in 1934 to Nasira Begum (born in 1911 and died in August of 2011), who was the eldest daughter of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, she was also born in 1911.
From at least 1981 to 1997, he seemed to be in-charge (The Amir of the Jamaat-i-Ahmadiya, in Urdu as Nazir-e-Ala, a position which he held for a long time), of the entire country of Pakistan. In 1996, he led the funeral prayers of Dr. Abdus Salam. He seems to have died in 1997 at age 86, his son Mirza Masroor Ahmad is made as the new Nazir-e-Ala, a position he would hold until he became Khalifa in 2003.
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In 1902, the Ahmadiyya Movement published a warning to Piggot, which was only circulated in Europe, USA and outside of British-India(portions of this were published in the ROR of 1903, not the full letter however). The full and complete Letter of Warning was lost for 106 years until Shahid Kamal and Akber Chaudhary found it in 2008-2009. Nevertheless, we have posted the full timeline of references in the below. We have also posted all the scans which prove that Piggot never repented herein.
In 1911, 3 years after MGA died, the editors of the Al-Hakam (Sheikh Yacub Ali Irfani) seem to have had a revelation of MGA published which was unknown and had never been published before. It was a story about an angel of MGA named Mithan Lal, MGA claimed that this was an Extra Assistant Commissioner in Batala. MGA explained how Mithan Lal was in-fact an angel. MGA also had an angel named Tichi Tichi, Darshani, Khairati, Ayal or Ail, Sher Ali, and Hafeez. #Ahmadi sources even claim that angels taught Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad Surah Fatiha in 1906, and no one knew it before him. MGA had some weird angels who would visit him, sometimes, they would sing and dance. MGA even claimed that Noorudin and Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi were the 2 angels that he descended with, per the famous hadith.
This reference was in the 2004 english edition of Tadhkirah (see 2006 PDF edition), however, it was removed and never added again to 2009 and 2018 editions.
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This was the second Jalsa at Qadian under the Khilafat of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. The only reference to this Jalsa is via a speech of the Khalifa which was converted into the controversial book by the Khalifa which was published a few months later as “Anwar-i-Khilafat”.
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A few days ago, Zara Mohammed (on twitter as @ZaraM01), who works as Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain and has an LLM in Human Rights Law explained how since Ahmadi’s believe in additional prophets (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) and thus break an article of faith in Islam (wherein belief in all of the prophets in mandatory) and are thus outside of Islam. She explained how Muslims believe that Muhammad (saw) was prophet number 124,000 and thus, all the prophets had already been born and new prophets could be born in Islam. Many #Ahmadis are crying about this on social media, these Ahmadi’s don’t know that #Ahmadis consider Muslims to be Kafir’s on the same score, and secretly. From 1911 to 1923, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s openly called Muslims Kafirs since we rejected the prophethood of MGA. After 1923, it has been silent Takfir, they believe Muslims to be Kafirs, however, under their breath, they are taught to hide this belief (view my Takfir timeline).
She was the eldest daughter of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and his first wife, Rashida Begum also called Mehmooda Begum and Umme Nasir (mother of nasir)(married in 1902-03, at less than 13 years old).
She became famous in February-March 1934 as the Khalifa was caught red handed at the River Beas sexually fondling his daughters and several other women, in the Khalifa’s Friday sermon of March 18 1934 he tries to explain it, however, he fails. Miss Rufo was also in Qadian in this time frame, thus, its obvious that Qadian was a sex den of the Khalifa and he sexually molested everyone around him and was allowed to do so. She became famous again in 2003, when her son, Mirza Masroor Ahmad became the 5th Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Movement.
She was born in 1911 at Qadian, in the house of MGA and his collaterals, she died 100 years later in 2011. Her elder brother became the 3rd Khalifa, Mirza Nasir Ahmad, he was born in 1909. Thus, she was a high level Qadiani-Ahmadi with major ties to the family. Her father, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became the Khalifa when she was 3 years old.
Per Ahmadiyya sources, she was educated up to the FA standard. On 17 March 1925 a Madrassa was opened for girls and Hudhur’s mother was one of the early students in it. She passed the qualification of ‘Maulwi’ in 1929 from the Madrassa.