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When Khwaja Kamaluddin arrived in England (1912)

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Khwaja Kamaluddin is the famous Lahori-Ahmadi who arrived in England in 1912 and began converting people in the UK to Islam, as well as leading prayers at the famous Woking Mosque.  This was an Ahmadi mosque until the late 1960’s, when Bashir Misri became imam, and then signed it over to the Sunni Community in the London area. The lahori-Ahmadi’s lost the Woking Mosque and were never able to acquire another mosque in the UK.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________24th September 1912

It was the day when Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din arrived in England for the first time. During this first visit, which lasted till November of 1914, he established “The Islamic Review” monthly journal and the Woking Muslim Mission in 1913.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Data from the Lahori blog editor Zahid Aziz

As the website creator and maintainer of the website www.wokingmuslim.org I felt it my duty to mark the 100th anniversary of Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din’s arrival. I have compiled an 8-page commemorative leaflet, with a 4-page insert of photographs that can go inside the leaflet, for this occasion. I hope it is interesting and informative.

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Zahid Aziz’s comments on Bashir Ahmad Misri

(1) An interview on this very subject which a Harvard University researcher conducted with me face to face in 2007. See page 7 of the May 2007 issue of “The Light”, U.K. edition at this link.

(2) An article I wrote at the same time in refutation of B.A. Misri’s account is in the April 2007 issue from pages 4 to 7, at this link.

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/16/the-causes-of-internal-dissensions-in-the-ahmadiyya-movement-by-kwaja-kamaluddin-1914/

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Who is Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din?

Intro
Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din is the famous Lahori-Ahmadi and was an intimate friend and personal lawyer for Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. In fact, in 1904, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din prevented MGA from being jailed by presenting 500 rupees as bail money. This was unprecedented, the judge didn’t think MGA’s lawyer and team would have such a heavy amount, its really a fishy story. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din legally represented MGA many times and gave legal advice regularly to MGA and his team of workers at Qadian. His older brother was also a staunch Ahmadi, he had a similar name too, Khwaja Jamal ud Din. When the 2nd Khalifa was elected, Khwaja Kamal-uddin was in England and thus powerless. He returned to British India in December of 1914 and immediately published “The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914″. He doesn’t seem to have had an extensive literary career, in fact, most of his books are his lectures which were converted into books after his death. Continue reading “Who is Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din?”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Noorudin and Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi were the 2 angels that he descended with

Intro
MGA and his team of writers were always perplexed about a hadith report from Sahih-Muslim and an identical report from Ibn Majah. In both of these hadith, it was told by Muhammad (saw) that when Esa (as) would physically descend from heaven, he would physically have 2 angels on his side. In 1914, Kwaja Kamaluddin tells us (See The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914) that these 2 angels were Noorudin and Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi. In Khwaja’s book, he didn’t talk about the hadith specifically, however, we know that this is the famous hadith from Muslim and Ibn Majah (when they refer to the 2 angels).

MGA claimed to be surrounded by angels all the time, he even called himself as as having Ruhul-Qudus (1891), in fact, his famous Khutbah ilhamiya was a situation wherein MGA claimed that his tongue was taken over by Gabriel. MGA had some weird angels who would visit him, sometimes, they would dance, sometimes they would bring money and call themselves Tichi Tichi. In 1905, MGA had a revelation of his published in his newspaper the Al-Badr wherein he described meeting an angel named Tichi Tichi. By 1907, MGA gave an explanation of this incident via Haqiqatul Wahy. However, this issue still haunts Ahmadi’s to this day. This is an embarrassing event in the history of Ahmadiyya. There were other strange angels who interacted with MGA, like Mithal Lal, Darshani, Khairati, Ayal or Ail, Sher Ali, and Hafeez. MGA had some weird angels who would visit him, sometimes, they would sing and dance. #Ahmadi sources claim that angels taught Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad the Fatiha, and no one knew it before him.  Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Noorudin and Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi were the 2 angels that he descended with”

Who is Maulvi Hassan Ali Bhagalpuri?

Intro
In the mid-1880’s, Maulvi Hassan Ali Bhagalpuri was a self proclaimed missionary of Islam and from Bhagalpur, Bihar, India, which is close to Bangladesh. He was born in 1852, not much is known of his early life. He travelled to Qadian in 1887-1888 and met MGA (see “The three Lectures of Alexander Webb”). MGA gave him some books to read, the “Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya” and “Shahna’-e-Haq”. He thus saw the letters of Alexander Webb in that book and began correspondence with him. It seems that Alexander Webb wrote letters to many Muslims in British India in this era and Haji Abdullah Arab (see “Mujadid-e-Azim”, by Dr. Basharat Ahmad) even went to the Philippines to visit him (see “The three Lectures of Alexander Webb”). Per Maulvi Hassan Ali, Haji Abdullah Arab convinced Alexander Webb to quit his job as the “Consul General” in the Philipinnes and travel to India and then to the USA and start preaching Islam. He landed in British-India (Calcutta), India on Oct 2nd, 1892 (See Singleton) and met up with Moulvi Hasan Ali Sahib Bhagalpuri. Moulvi Hasan Ali accompanied Mr. Webb during his 3 Lectures in Madras, Hyderabad (Deccan) and Bombay. He then travelled North-west toward Agra, most likely via train, and made it to Lahore. He was in British-India from Oct 2nd to Dec-15th 1892. Nevertheless, in  late 1892, Webb refused to meet MGA (see page 24, Singleton). He returned to the USA in 1893 and wrote his famous book, “Islam in America”. Moulvi Hasan Ali Sahib Bhagalpuri is listed in 1896 in the famous list (#91) of 313 Ahmadi’s (see Dard)(see Tareekh Ahmadiyyat Vol 1 Page 307). However, he was dead by Feb-1896 (See Ashab e Sadik o Safaa – first edition published in 2007 – this is from the 2nd edition Printed in 2011 – by Zia
ul Islam Press Rabwah – Page 146) and is buried in Shah Jungi Graveyard in Bhagalpur.
He wrote a book, “Taeed e Huq”, which was published by Saith Abdul Rehman of Madras, printed by Punjab press Sialkot under the auspice of Munshi Ghulam Qadir Fashee. Ahmadiyya sources claim that he met MGA again in 1894 and did bait (see Mujadid-e-Azim).

A wife of the 2nd Khalifa seemed to be from Bhagalpur. The 2nd Khalifa was in Bhagalpur in 1923 and met up with Abdul Majid Bhagalpuri and married his daughter, Sara Begum. We have also found a man named Maulawi Abdul-Baqi Bhagulpuri, who had a daughter born in 1935 that was married into the Mirza family.

Continue reading “Who is Maulvi Hassan Ali Bhagalpuri?”

Who is Maulvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah?

Intro
Maulvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah was a Qadiani-Ahmadi. He became an Ahmadi sometime between 1897 and 1901.Per Ahmadiyya sources he was a heavy smoker and opium addict. The reference which explains how Sarwar Shah took opium is from Tazkiratul Mahdi, it was written by Sahibzada Sirajul Haq, and very early on in this history of Ahmadiyya, in fact, Upal recently quoted it. Nu’mani, Sirajulhaq (1915). Tazkiratul Mahdi. Qadian, India: Zia-ul-Islam Press. See Upal’s bibliography, page 128 of the book. Continue reading “Who is Maulvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah?”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad told Rashid Rida that he would die soon, simply for criticizing MGA’s arabic

Intro
During MGA’s beef with Rashid Rida, it seems that MGA and his team sent Rashid Rida a letter wherein it was stated that he would die. Rashid Rida brought this up in 1931, as he met Jalal ud Din Shams. Jalal ud Din Shams denied it altogether, and deflected. Read about the full story in the below.

Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad told Rashid Rida that he would die soon, simply for criticizing MGA’s arabic”

The 1914 Qadiani-Ahmadi Jalsa at Qadian

Intro
This was the first Jalsa of the Qadiani branch of Ahmadiyya after Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became Khalifa. Not much is known of this Jalsa, we only know that 600 converts to Ahmadiyya were reported (which was a lie). The Qadiani-Ahmadi Jamaat has not even archived the number of people that attended. The Khalifa’s lectures during this Jalsa seem to be recorded and available in english, see here. The Khalifa mentioned the building of the minaret, which had been stopped after 1903, since all the money had went missing. It seems to have been re-started after this Jalsa.

The Lahori-Ahmadi’s and Khwaja Kamaluddin wrote their famous “Ikhtalayfaat-e-Silsilaa-e-Ahmadiyya kay Usbaab” (The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement) and had it published by 12-24-1914 and available for all Qadiani’s to purchase from Lahore it seems. Interestingly, the census of 1911 reported 18,965 Ahmadi’s just in the Punjab, however, many illiterate Muslims of India must have accidentally checked the wrong box. Furthermore, the census of 1901 reported 10,000 Ahmadi in the Bombay area only, which was manifestly inaccurate.
Continue reading “The 1914 Qadiani-Ahmadi Jalsa at Qadian”

In 1891 in Delhi and in 1892, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad read his prayers behind Muslims who called him Kafir

Intro
MGA had a famous Delhi debate in 1891. MGA seems to have been forced to pray behind a Sunni imam. A year later in 1892, MGA prayed with Khwaja Kamaluddin in the Chaniyan mosque in Lahore behind Maulvi Rahim Bakhsh who had declared him a kafir, see Khawaja Kamaluddin, “Causes of Internal Dissensions in Ahmadiyya, Dec-1914). We should also remember that MGA had claimed prophethood already from 1880 to 1891, that’s 11 years, he was accused again in 1891. MGA responded by denying prophethood over and over again in 1891. Further, in Delhi, MGA cursed any claimant to prophethood and called them Kafir.

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600 people converted to Ahmadiyya in 1914?

Intro
Per Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) sources, 600 people joined the Ahmadiyya Community from March–Dec-1914. This was the first 9 months of the Khilafat of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. This number was reported in the English-ROR of January-1915, January 1915, Pages, 1,4,5, 26-31. This number was reported at the Jalsa of 1914, which was held in late December 1914. Interestingly, the census of 1911 reported 18,965 Ahmadi’s just in the Punjab, however, many illiterate Muslims of India must have accidentally checked the box of Muslim-Ahmadi. The census of 1901 reported 10,000 Ahmadi in the Bombay area only, which was manifestly inaccurate. The Lahori-Ahmadi’s and Khwaja Kamaluddin wrote their famous “Ikhtalayfaat-e-Silsilaa-e-Ahmadiyya kay Usbaab” (The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement) and had it published by 12-24-1914 and available for all Qadiani’s to purchase from Lahore it seems.
Continue reading “600 people converted to Ahmadiyya in 1914?”

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