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Ahmadis celebrate the Death of King Faisal, Bhutto and Zia

Ahmadis are violent.  They claim that anyone who opposed them will die a violent death. In fact, every single Ahmadi in the world that I have met on facebook has claimed that I will die violently for opposing MGA.

The video

The Wahabi’s of Saudi Arabia and their connection to Ahmadiyya

As we all know, factually, the British government funded Arabs to revolt against the Ottoman Empire.  This was a strategic move, this wasn’t knew, the Brits did this in India also, they put the Sikhs in power before they took over the Punjab.

In 1932, Saudi Arabia was created
After defeating the Ottoman Empire in WW-1, the Brits created a puppet state known as Saudi Arabia.

The sons of Ibn Saud
Abdulaziz ibn Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal ibn Turki ibn Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al Saud was made a ruler by the British government.  He seems to have sent his son to the Ahmadiyya mosque in 1935 to get training or something.

King Faisal visits an Ahmadiyya mosque
1935: The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia (far left) on a visit to London’s Fazl mosque (Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque), the first purpose-built mosque in the capital.

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Who is Fateh Muhammad Sial?

Chaudhry Fateh Muhammad Sial (1887–1960) was a companion of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the first Ahmadi missionary sent from India, under the leadership of Hakeem Noor-ud-Din, the first Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya movement.[1] In 1913, Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad asked for volunteers to serve as Ahmadi Muslim missionaries in England. Sial volunteered and travelled to England on June 22, 1913. There he served twice[2] as a missionary. He earned an MA in Arabic from the Aligarh Muslim University.

In 1887, Sial was born to Chaudhry Nizam Din in Jora Kalan, a small town in the Kasur district of Punjab. In 1899, Sial and his father (Chaudhry Nizam Din) gave their Bay’ah, the oath of allegiance; to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and in 1900, the family migrated to Qadian.

In 1910, Sial received his bachelor’s degree at the Government College University, Lahore. He continued his studies at the Aligarh Muslim University and completed his master’s degree in Arabic.[3


Sial responded to the call of his Master Ahmad, claiming to be the promised Messiah,

“Practical corroboration is essential with verbal promise. Therefore, it is necessary that you devote your life in the way of Allah. This is the true Islam and this is the purpose for which I have been sent….Do not worship spiritual guides but become a guide yourself!”[4]

At the age of 20 he wrote a letter to his Master, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, accepting the call to devote his life to Islam.[5] In 1913, sending a missionary to England was beyond the means of the small community in QadianMirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad procured five hundred Rupees from the Majlis e Ansar ullah. Mir Nasir Nawwab (father in law of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) personally donated one hundred and five Rupees. Additionally, poor Ahmadisindividually collected a few Rupees. A total of seven hundred and eighty Rupees were collected and donated to the first Ahmadi Muslim Missionary of the Jama’at.[6]

Missionary Work?

Chaudhry Fateh Muhammad Sial arrived in London in July 1913, just a year before the start of World War I. As soon as he arrived in Great Britain and started the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK and started preaching the message of Islam to the people of Britain. The first spot he chose to preach at was Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park by distributing leaflets, fliers, engaging in conversations with residents and holding interviews with the press. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK celebrated 100 years centenary since Chaudhry Fateh Muhammad Sial arrived in the UK in summer of 2013.[7]

With the young Muslim community in London growing to immigration and a number of British Converts their became an increasing need for a Mosque where Muslims could gather and pray in congregation. In 1914, the second Ahmadiyya KhalifaMirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad, instructed Fateh Muhammad Sial to purchase a property where a mosque could be built for the Muslim community. In August 1920, Fateh Muhammad Sial acquired a one-acre site at Southfields which became active mission house and his main base of operation,but within the space of a few years the Mission House was no longer sufficient and plans for a construction of a mosque on the site were finalised. The Fazl Mosque (also known as the London Mosque) in London was inaugurated on October 23, 1926. It was the first purpose built mosque in London and become a magnet for many Muslim intellectuals like Allama IqbalJinnahKing FaisalMuhammad Zafarullah Khan and many others.[8]

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Ahmadi’s keep trespassing Arabia, Mecca and Medina specifically


Ahmadi’s do not follow the law of the land wherever they live, they only say this as a form of political correctness.  In reality, they only follow whatever their Khalifa tells them.  Nevertheless, the Saudi Arabian government and specifically King Faisal told the Muslim world in the early 1970’s that Ahmadi’s weren’t to be trusted.  Zafrullah Khan and the Mirza family seem to have fell out of favor with King Faisal and the entire Muslim world in this era.  It was most likely a result of OPEC and how the Arab states were trying to fight off Israel and even enacted a crushing oil embargo on the USA for supporting Israel.  Ahmadi’s were finally seen as pro-British, Pro-USA and anti-Muslim world.  Subsequently, Arabia asked Bhutto to declare Ahmadi’s as Non-Muslims and thus prevent them from performing Hajj or even entering Saudi.  Nowaday’s, in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, if anyone is suspected of being an Ahmadi, they are immediately deported.

Why are Ahmadi’s not allowed in Mecca, but the Nation of Islam are?

Iqbal called Ahmadi’s as traitors 70 years ago

The 1974 Declaration of Muslim World League

2nd Islam Summit in Lahore

Ahmadiyya in Saudi Arabia

There are no accurate figures for the number of Ahmadis in Saudi Arabia.[1] However, Ahmadi Muslims are a small community, primarily foreign workers from India and Pakistan and some from other countries. There is an increasing number of Saudi citizens who belong to the movement. Since the Ahmadiyya faith is banned in the country, there are no Ahmadi mosques. Ahmadis generally gather together in private properties for their daily prayers,[10] thereby limiting exposure to the local authorities.

In a 2006–2007 nationwide campaign to track down and deport Ahmadi Muslim foreign workers, the Saudi religious police arrested 56–60[11] Ahmadi Muslims of Indian, Pakistani and Syrian origin from major cities across the country. In late December 2006, several dozen Saudi police raided a private guest house in Jeddah in Western Saudi Arabia, and detained 49 Ahmadi Muslims, including women, children and infants. A fortnight later, in early January 2007, the police arrested 5 Ahmadis from major industrial cities of Jubail and Dammam in the Eastern Province. The police failed to arrest the leader of the movement in Dammam, because he was out of the country at the time. In February of the same year, two more Ahmadi guest workers were arrested from the capital of the country Riyadh, in central Saudi Arabia.[12] The arrests came under the orders of Minister of Interior Prince Nayef, and targeted Ahmadis solely because of their faith.[10] Despite calls from international human rights groups, by April 2007, 58 Ahmadi Muslims were deported to their country of origin.[13]

In May 2012, Saudi authorities arrested two Saudi citizens because of their conversion to the Ahmadiyya movement. Saudi officials encouraged them to abandon their beliefs, and three months later, they were detained. They have not been released since then.[1]

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1974 Declaration by World Muslim League (Rabita al-Alam al-Islami)

In 1974, the World Muslim League met at Mecca, Arabia and told the world that Ahmadiyya was not to be trusted.  King Faisal was heavily involved, his murder as few years later was hailed by Ahmadi’s as a sign from their God.

The declaration

1974 Declaration by World Muslim League
(Rabita al-Alam al-Islami)

Mohammad Bashir

World Muslim League held its annual conference at Makkah Al-Mukaramma Saudi Arabia from 14th to 18th of Rabiul Awwal 1394 H (April 1974) in which 140 delegations of Muslim countries and organizations from all over the world participated. I (Mohammad Bashir) too was there in this Conference alongwith the other journalists from all over the world. The Conference unanimously adopted the following Resolution regarding Qadianism.

Qadianism or Ahmadiyyat: It is a subversive movement against Islam and the Muslim world, which falsely and decietfully claims to be an Islamic sect; who under the guise of Islam and for the sake of mundane interests contrives and plans to damage the very foundations of Islam. Its eminent deviations from the basic Islamic principles are as follows:

  1. Its founder claimed that he was a Prophet.
  2. They deliberately distort the meanings of the verses of the Holy Quran.
  3. They decalred that Jehad has been obolished.

Qadianism was originally fostered by the British imperialism. Hence it has been flourishing under her flag. This movement has completely been disloyal to and dishonest in affairs of the Muslim Ummah. Rather, it has been loyal to Imperialism and Zionism. It has deep associations and cooperation with the anti Islamic forces and teachings especially through the following nefarious methods:

    • Construction of mosques with the assistance of the anti Islamic forces wherin the misleading Qadiani thoughts are imparted to the people.
    • Opening of schools institutions and orphanages wherein the people are taught and trained as to how they can be more anti Islamic in their activities. They also published the corrupted versions of the Holy Quran in different local and international languages.

In order to combat these dangers, the Conference recommends the following measures:

    1. All the Muslim organization in the world must keep a vigilant eye on all the activities of Qadianisin their respective countries; to confine them all strictly to their schools, institutions and orphanages only. Moreover he Muslims of the world be shown the true picture of Qadianism and be briefed of their various tactics so that the Muslims of the world be saved from their designs .
    2. They must be declared non Muslims and ousted form the fold of Islam. And be barred to enter the Holy lands.
    3. There must be no dealings with the Qadianis. They must be coycotted socially , economically and culturally Nor they be married with or to Nor they be allowed to be buried in the Muslims graveyards. And they be treated like other non Muslims.
    4. All the Muslim countries must impose restrictions on the activities of the claimant of Prophethood Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani’s followers; must declare them a non Muslim minority must not etrust them them with any post of responsibility in any Muslim country.
    5. The alterations effected by them in the Holy Quran must be made public and the people be briefed of them and all these be prohibited for further publication.
    6. All such groups as are deviators from islam must be treated at par with the Qadianis.

View the original Arabic Text of this resolution


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“Those who leave the Ahmadiyya jama’at will never prosper–This is a sign from Allah.”

The Mirza family has taught Ahmadi’s to believe in some sick and twisted ideas, that’s for sure.  Yet another one is the idea that all Ex-Ahmadi’s will fail and never prosper.  This ideology isn’t written down and expressed in Ahmadiyya literature as such, however, it is ingrained into the psyche of every Ahmadi, especially the laymans, which for the vast majority of Ahmadi’s.  In my interactions with the African-Ahmadi’s, this is the theme of their arguments, they cite the death of Zia, Bhutto, King Faisal and etc etc etc as proof.  Ahmadi’s are taught group superiority myths by the Mirza family and were radicalized by the Mirza Tahir Ahmad in the 80’s.

Ahmadiyya only rules

  1. Bad things happen to you (and you’re a believer) –> it’s a test.

  2. Bad things happen to you (and you’re a disbeliever) –> it’s a punishment.

  3. Good things happen to you –> it’s only through the blessings of God

Ironically, Ahmadi converts are not taught this as vice versa
As for the case of Ahmadiyya attitude, When a new convert of Ahmadiyya faces misfortune it is the test of their faith from Allah. If they prosper, it is the blessings of Allah. If someone who leaves is struck with a misfortune, it is the punishment of Allah.

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Ahmadis are divided into so many groups that the main group has to be called ‘Qadiani’

Ahmadis are divided into so many groups that the main group has to be called ‘Qadiani’ and that is the name their prophet used with his name all his life. Lahoris and Janbis and other Ahmadis want to be called Ahmadis as well.

1) If someone is quoting strange ‘ahadith’ and misquoting Islamic scholars, and talking about outlandish theories about homeopathy and opium potions for impotency, and Kashmir, he is Qadiani

2) If someone hates most Muslims around him, all Muslim rulers, and all Muslim scholars without even reading their works, he is Qadiani

3) If you see a woman wearing a unique style of tight-fitting burqa that you have not see before with a niqab that is neither here nor there — not really niqab but looks like one — don’t be perplexed, the woman is probably Qadiani

4) Most Qadianis will swear and froth in the mouth at the mention of Bhutto, Zia, Maududi, King Faisal etc.

5) If someone is saying that Muslims suffering in various parts of the world deserve it, and rarely condemn the persecution of Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir, etc., they are probably Qadiani

6) If someone disappears to Chenab Nagar or to Canada with your money, or promises to get you refugee status in Germany or Canada, or wants to go to their local ‘Qaza’ instead of court, they are probably Qadiani.

7) If someone claims to have the most knowledge in the world about everything but hasn’t written a book or given a lecture before a proper audience, he is probably Qadiani. If a person boasts about their community’s literacy, but very few in their community have read the ‘books’ of their religious leader, he is probably Qadiani.

Remember, Qadianis are an offshoot of Islam, and believe in Muhammad(saw) as a previous prophet like Christians believe in Moses (as) and will celebrate Eid just like Christians celebrate Jewish holidays — or Sikhs celebrate Hindu Diwali. They have their new prophet and their new festival and new holy places.

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Mirza Nasir Ahmad blamed Bhutto for the Rabwah-Ahmadi-terrorist attack, June 15th, 1974

On 15 June, 1974, Mirza Nasir Ahmad spoke to the Associated Press of America about the Rabwah-Ahmadi-terrorist-attack.  It should be noted that the Sarghoda Police and the Samdani Commission were already conducting investigations and Mirza Nasir Ahmad was acting with contempt-of-court in mind as he gave a statement to the US media.  Further, Zafrullah Khan was doing the same in the UK, as he lived the retired life, however, he was always working on behalf of Ahmadiyya, he also spoke to many newspapers in the UK and lied about what really happened in Rabwah and also blamed Bhutto for the attack.

The Pakistan Times mentioned this also, and Mirza Nasir Ahmad should have been arrested
Mirza Nasir Ahmad seems to have been protected by the police department and government in this regard.  If any other citizen of Pakistan, had spoke to the American Press and blamed his own Prime Minister for terrorism, and while an official investigation was going on, he would have immediately been arrested.  However, since Mirza Nasir Ahmad was colluding with Bhutto to purposely get Ahmadis declared Non-Muslim, he was allowed to walk freely.  And Ahmadis always complain about the police in Pakistan, however, most of the time, the police has always helped Ahmadis get away from crimes and etc.  So…thats ironic.

The Quote
The Economist, London, June 15th, 1974, See also “The Times”, May 31st, 1975
“I am convinced that due to many reasons Prime Mnister Bhutto’s PPP has engineered the riots. One reason is that PPP wants to prop up its crumbling prestige by winning over the support of the extremists of other sects.  According to Nasir Ahmad, the members of his sect had sworn that when their property was being burnt to ashes, the Federal Security Force stood by as silent spectators.  Something to this effect was also alleged by Sir Zafrullah Khan, in his statement from London (see the daily Jasarat, Karachi, June 20th, 1974, also B.A. Rafiq from the World Press).  On the basis propaganda line given by Mirza Nasir and Qadiani missions abroad, the foreign press ascribed the Rabwah incident to Bhutto and Shah Faisal’s policy to “excommunicate Ahmadis.”  

The Economist stated: ‘Several months ago, when an Ahmadi was fired as Chief of Staff of the Air Force.  This said to have turned the Ahmadis against Bhutto and now cited by conspiratorial minded Pakistan as one of the motivations, the Prime Minister may have had for inciting the riots himself’

Another such incentive may have been provided by Pakistan’s oil rich Muslim brother; King Faisal of Saudi Arabia is said to have urged Mr. Bhutto at the Islam Summit in Lahore last February to deal with Ahmadis and even to have made Arab aid contingent on a ‘solution’ of the Ahmadi problem.  A follow up Muslim meeting at Jeddah in March pronounced the Ahmadis no Muslim, with the Pakistan delegation reluctantly acceding.  Pakistan’s religious parties have been stepping up anti-Ahmadi propaganda ever since”.

Ahmadis are ready to die for Ahmadiyya and sacrifice their kids

Ahmadis are fanatic about their religion.  They are ready to sacrifice the lives of their children just for the spread of Ahmadiyya.  They are being radicalized on a daily basis by the Mirza family, and since 1889.  They won’t outwardly admit to this as their true nature, however, it is all discreet, however, every once in a while, as we continue to engage Ahmadis on the Facebook-Discussion-Group,, they have accidentally and slowly admitted to their lifestyle.  Ahmadis never do good in the community simply for the sake of good, they do it per an order by the Mirza family.  The Mirza family seems to have aggressively ordered Ahmadis to perform “Corporate Social Responsibility” in any area that falls under their marketing plan.  Hence, you will see Ahmadis giving blood, doing street cleanups and many other charitable type of works.  In America, this is a norm for all major corporations, as they cover-up all of their wranglings in society through what seems to be good works.  The other reason is that when something negatively does happen to Ahmadis, they will now have the opportunity to pivot to their perceived good works.  Interestingly enough, the KKK does many charitable works and even donated blood in the past.  

Case in point, we met an Ahmadi with the name of Shajar Iqbal.  He seems to live in India and was born and raised in Kashmir.  He recently wrote as follows:

The Ahmadi psyche
Ahmadis are sick people.  They have been brainwashed Ahmadis to worship the Mirza family and do whatever they ask.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad was vicious, in-fact, he radicalized most Ahmadis in the 1980’s.   He even publically called his opponents as dogs and celebrated the death of King Faisal, Zia and Bhutto.  Back on May 29th, 1974, he went missing during the Rabwah train attacks and never answered any questions about his whereabouts during the attack.

The Mirza family is to blame, the Lahori-Ahmadis are not like this.  This is the overwhelming proof.

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