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In 1956, in Pakistan, the #Ahmadiyya movement supported the idea that minorities in Pakistan shouldn’t be allowed to be President

#Ahmadis pretend like they support the cause of minorities worldwide and etc, its a total farce. In fact, per my opinion, Mirza Nasir Ahmad wanted to be declared as non-Muslim in 1974 as his global strategy. Nevertheless, in 1956, the 2nd Khalifa was in agreement with the Pakistani constitution of 1956. The constitution adopted by Pakistan on March 23rd 1956 declared the country an Islamic Republic and made it mandatory that only a Muslim could become President. The Ahmadis at the time claimed that the “constitution has given equal rights and opportunities to non-Muslims”
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The 1956 Jalsa Salana at Rabwah, Pakistan

The 1956 Jalsa Salana (December 27th) is important in the history of Ahmadiyya. The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer-ud Din Mahmud Ahmad seems to have given his final public speech, which is now famous known as Khilafat-i Haqqa Islamia. The next 9 years of his life were spent in pain and agony. The Khalifa appointed his eldest son, Mirza Nasir Ahmad to lead all the Friday sermons and to manage the day-to-day operations of the Ahmadiyya Movement. In this famous final speech by the Khalifa, he ex-communicated the sons of Noorudin. These were the brothers of Amtul Hai. It should be noted that the youngest son of Noorudin, Abdul Mannan was rumored to have been a front-runner for the Khilafat all throughout Rabwah in 1956. Continue reading “The 1956 Jalsa Salana at Rabwah, Pakistan”

The Haqiqat Pasand Party founded in 1956 by Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool

Founded in 1956 by Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool, this was an offshoot of the Qadianis that focused on publishing books about the character of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad and the ‘tyranny’ of the Khilafat.  They published a book called Tarikh-e-Mahmudiat. In this they collected eye-witness accounts of twenty-eight Qadiani men and women who left Qadianism because of Mirza Mahmud’s immorality. All the narrations in the book are given on oath before Allah that they are not lies. Evidences therein prove that Mirza Mahmud was a very immoral person. Although Mirza Mahmud was alive those days when the book was published he dared not disprove any of those acts of his, to the extent that when they were repeated in subsequent writings none of his progeny challenged them.

Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool sahib of village # 35 near Sargodha had only 10th grade/ high school education when he questioned Qadiani Khalifa 2 Mirza Mehmud Ahmad. He had to leave comfort of family, support of relatives and security of jamaat in Rabwah. He faced extreme economic hardships. It is amazing how he survived. It only proves Allah SWT is great protector to those who stand for right cause in His service. Besides getting degrees of higher level in formal education (mentioned in first post in this thread) he authored numerous books. Some of them are:

Four volume book on life of Holy Prophet Muhammad SAWS ‘Syed Al-Bashar’

Good size book on History of Islam ‘Tarikh-i-Islam’

Book on Comparative Study of Religions ‘Mazahib-i-Alam Ka Itaqabli Jaiza’

Book on Economic System of Islam ‘Islam Ka Muashi Nizam’

Book on Political System of Islam ‘Islam Ka Siyasi Nizam’

Book on Social System of Islam ‘Islam Ka Imrani Nizam’.

And many more as text books etc.

His next project is on Dictionary of Holy Quran in Urdu.

Professor Ghulam Rasool sahib has two sons. Older one recently earned his Ph.D in parasitology from University of Calgary, Canada. Younger one is doing his MS in Computer Science here in USA. Similarly, his daughters are physicians in Pakistan and USA.

Professor Chaudhary Ghulam Rasool sahib, M.A. (Arabic), M.A. (Islamic Studies), L.L.B. of Chak #35, Sargodha, Pakistan was the first person to question QK2. The HPP movements started with a single sentence, in a personal letter, that Professor C.G. Rasool sahib wrote to QK2 in reply to his (QK2) Friday sermon and in defense of Maulana Noor Ud Din sahib. Later Professor sahib got so much on the nerves of QK2 that even in last speech of his life on Annual Jalsa, in 1956 (available on Qadiani Jamaat official website ‘Khilafat-e-Haqa-Islamia’) QK2 mentioned Professor sahib name 3 times. Professor sahib is also mentioned in ‘Tarikh-I-Ahmadiyyat’ (History of Qadiani Jamaat), volume 19, authored by their historian Doost Muhammad Shahid.

Malik Aziz-ur-Rehman’s niece,  Prof. Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool’s sister in-law Fauzia Faizi (daughter of Faiz-ur-Rehman)

The Haqiqat Pasand Party was also mentioned in 1965 by Ahmadi authors

Although the Qadiani organisation had always been very authoritarian since the Organisations in 1914, the post-independence atmosphere in Pakistan was one in which the old deference to authority was being replaced by a confident class that wanted answers. This movement was coinciding with a global revolution in thinking – something that led to Vatican II. With the paralysis of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad as a result of an assassin’s attack, the Qadiani organisation never understood the need for re-calibration, thus developing many cult-like tendencies.

Link to an old letter from a Qadiani scholar to one of the Party’s leaders: Letter from Abul Ata

In October 2010, Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool declared that he was a part of ‘mainstream Islam’ and that he did not believe that it was necessary for a Muslim to accept any of the claims of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Since his offshoot was from the Qadiani branch, this is essentially repudiation of the Ahmadiyya.

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1956 speech by Mirza Mahmud Ahmad entitled Khilafat-i Haqqa Islamia

Its really hard to trust Ahmadiyya sources. The Khalifa wasn’t able to walk much of the early part of the 1950’s. Rashid Ahmad, the first African-American Ahmadiyya missionary tells us from his memories that the Khalifa suffered from gout and was thus unable to walk around Rabwah. Then, in the 1954, they claim that the Khalifa was stabbed in the neck and then was forced to visit Europe as he seeked treatment. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that even though the knife had been removed, there was still a small piece of the knife that was almost touching the Khalifa’s neck bones. It is hard to trust this information by Ahmadiyya sources. On the other hand, Ahmadiyya sources claim that the Khalifa was having a great time in Europe. See the below. Nevertheless, the Khalifa returned to Pakistan in 1955 and made his final public appearance in Dec 27th, 1956. The next 9 years of his life were spent in pain and agony. The Khalifa appointed his eldest son, Mirza Nasir Ahmad to lead all the Friday sermons and to manage the day-to-day operations of the Ahmadiyya Movement. In this famous final speech by the Khalifa, he ex-communicated the sons of Noorudin. These were the brothers of Amtul Hai.
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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Denmark

An Ahmadi missionary, Kamal Yousuf tours Denmark in 1956. Kamal Yousaf is named as the regional missionary for Scandinavia, which cover Sweden, Denmark and sometimes more narrowly to the Scandinavian Peninsula, or more broadly to include the Åland Islands, the Faroe IslandsFinland, and Iceland. He worked extensively in Sweden too, see here.

By 2021, there are roughly 600 Ahmadi’s in the country. There are two Ahmadi Muslim mosques, of which one is purpose built. The Nusrat Dhahan Mosque, which lies on the outskirts of Copenhagen, in Hvidovre, is the oldest in the country. The capacity for this place of worship is barely 120. The Baitul Hamd Mosque is in Nakskov, a small town in southern Denmark. 

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Sweden

Per Ahmadiyya sources, the earliest history of the Community in the country begins in 1956, during the Second Caliphate, when Kamal Yousuf was appointed as the head of the mission in Sweden. The 2nd Khalifa seems to have arranged to open an ahmadi mission whilst on his tour of Europe in 1955. The Khalifa met Mr. Gunar Erickson, who had converted to Ahmadiyya, he is swedish. Mr. Gunar Erickson is made an employee of the Ahmadiyya community with full benefits. He totally disappears after 1980.

However it was not until 1970 that the Community was first officially registered. Today, there are 3 mosques, one of which is the oldest in the country, and also a number of other Islamic centers, representing an estimated average of 1000 Ahmadi’s in the country. There are Ahmadiyya centers is Stockholm and Luleå, in which future mosques have been planned. From 2016, Pakistan-born Rizwan Ahmad Afzal who was previously an imam in Luleå, is the imam of the Mahmood Mosque.

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Mirza Tahir Ahmad couldn’t pronounce the Ain’s in Surah Fatiha

We have already proven that the current Khalifa, Mirza Masroor Ahmad makes 20+ mistakes every time he tries to lead the prayers for qadiani’s. We have found a video from Mirza Tahir Ahmad in the early 1990’s, in this video (its on tik tok), Mirza Tahir Ahmad pronounces the AIN as a ALIF and thus changes the very first line of Surah Fatiha. See here also. When this error occurs, they make Allah as the “lord of all the alims”, in other words the lord of all the teachers. However, when properly pronounced with the AIN, it reads as “lord of all the worlds”.

Obviously, the Mirza family has never been taught Quran by anyone. They seem to learn from each other, in fact, MGA read the Quran the same way, with the same errors.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous Qasidah (1892)

In 1892, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wrote “A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam”, which contains Arabic and Urdu. The Arabic is mostly a part of this book which is called At-Tabligh, there is another arabic portion which is the famous Qasidah attributed to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In 1902, MGA and his team of writers published another sub-booklet named Qasidah.

In 1956, Jalal ud Din Shams was indisposed due to illness and wrote a commentary  in Urdu on this Qasidah. He signed off with the date 9-8-1956. In 2013, the Qadani-Ahmadi’s had it translated into english by one of the sons of Jalal ud Din Shams, his name is Falah ud Din Shams.

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The 1957 Jalsa at Rabwah

Per #Ahmadiyya sources, the 2nd Khalifa gave a speech at the 1957 Jalsa, which is odd, since historically, he didn’t give many speeches after the Jalsa of 1956. Read our full entry on historical Jalsa’s herein.
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