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Lekh Ram vs. the Ahmadiyya Movement

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Lekh Ram was born in 1858 in Jhelum, Punjab, British India. He was a police officer in Punjab and resigned from the government service voluntarily and devoted for propagation of Vedas even not caring for his family and only son too. He was influenced by the writings of Munshi Kanhaiya Lal Alakhdhari and came to know about Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati and Arya Samaj. He founded Arya Samaj at Peshawar (now in Pakisthan) and became a preacher of Punjab Arya Pratinidhi Sabha. He also vowed to write the authentilc life history of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati. For this purpose, he travelled far and wide and collected a detailed account of the life of the founder of Arya Samaj. Pt. Lekh Ram wrote thirty three books. All his writings are in Urdu, but they have been translated in Hindi and some books have been translated into Sindhi and English also.

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After the Lekh Ram murder, MGA was tipped off that his house was about to be searched

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The entire Lekh Ram murder story is fishy, an Ahmadi, Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig just so happened to be the doctor on-call and on-staff at the time that Lekh Ram arrived at the Mayo Hospital in Lahore. Lekh Ram was still alive and well, however, the Ahmadi doctor wasn’t able to save him, in fact, in jest, this Ahmadi doctor wrote to MGA soon after Lekh Ram died and told MGA that Lekh Ram was screaming, “Mirza sahib please save me”. Furthermore, even Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi was accusing MGA of arranging for the murder and gave many proofs which were also recorded in Kitab ul Barriyya. Dr. Clark soon had a person come to his Church and claim that MGA had also sent him for a murder. We all remember how Athim was almost murdered many times during MGA’s 15-month death prophecy.

Nevertheless, via Dard, we know that MGA’s house was searched (see pages 528-529), listen to this Qadiani murrabi explain it here also. This murrabi explains how Mir Nasir Nawab was tipped off that the police was coming and he immediately informed MGA, thus, they were able to hide the evidence of involvement in the murder. View my tiktok on this herein. Remember, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad re-issued the Lekh Ram prophecy, after it expired. It should also be noted that MGA pushed Lekh Ram to criticize Islam, and thus, in the 1920’s Rangila Rasul was published and a major attack against the personality of Muhammad (Saw) was started, and it was all MGA’s fault.

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“”Takzib Brahin i Ahmadiyya”” by Lekh Ram (1887)

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In 1887-1888, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a few book per MGA’s order, he would eventually become MGA’s top ghost writer. Thus, “Faslul Khitab” (4 volumes) was published by Noorudin in 1888 (press data is unknown)(Noordin seems to have written this book while in Poonch, which is on the Azad Kashmir and Kashmir border these days)(See Hazrat Maulvi Noorudin). In this book, Noorudin translated 4:157-159, and agreed with the classic translations of these verses, which insinuate that Esa (as) was raised towards Allah(4:158) and hasn’t died yet (4:159), MGA wrote the same in 1884, in BA-4. Lekh Ram wrote a book vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1887 entitled, “Takzib Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya”, in english it would be “Accusing as False the Proofs of Ahmadiya”. Noorudin responded with his 1890 publication, “Tasdiq-i-Barahin i Ahmadiyya”  (Verifying the Proofs of Ahmadiyya) (see Kenneth Jones). After MGA made his wild claims in late 1890 and early 1891, Noorudin’s career as a writer came to an end. He seems to have switched to ghost writer only. In March of 1904, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a book entitled Nur-ud-Din. It is currently online as Nur ul Din on the Qadiani-Ahmadi website. The Al-Badr announced its publishing. It was written in response to a book Tark-i Islam by a former Muslim who joined the Hindu Arya Samaj and had explained the reasons why he had left the religion of Islam. Interestingly enough, even Noorudin wrote that MGA was born in 1839.
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Lekh Ram’s murder, the details, #aryasamaj #lekhram

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We have found a book which explains the life of Lekh Ram and the details of the Muslim who befriended him and eventually stabbed him to death, (see page 44). “Sur Bekuf Musafir or “Bahadur Lekh Ram” in english as “Brave Lekh Ram” is the title, this is a book of about 60 pages from the birth of Lekh ram to his death. The entire Lekh Ram murder story is fishy, an Ahmadi, Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig just to happened to be the doctor on-call and on-staff at the time that Lekh Ram arrived at the Mayo Hospital in Lahore. Lekh Ram was still alive and well, however, the Ahmadi doctor wasn’t able to save him, in fact, in jest, this Ahmadi doctor wrote to MGA soon after Lekh Ram died and told MGA that Lekh Ram was screaming, “Mirza sahib please save me”. Furthermore, even Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi was accusing MGA of arranging for the murder and gave many proofs which were also recorded in Kitab ul Barriyya. Dr. Clark soon had a person come to his Church and claim that MGA had also sent him for a murder.  And we all remember how Athim was almost murdered many times during MGA’s 15-month death prophecy. In 1923, Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig (a lahori-Ahmadi) admitted to being the doctor that very night at the Mayo hospital in Lahore where Lekh Ram bled to death.
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After Lekh Ram’s death, the Arya Samaj wrote poetry vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

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We have written extensively on the topic of Lekh Ram and his engagements with MGA. Feel free to read that before you read any further. We have found a poem vs. MGA which was published in the Ariya Musafir, which was a newspaper of the Arya Samaj. Here is a poem “qadiani Nabi Kee Shaan”, at the time of murder of Pundit Lekh Ram. There was a special edition of Ariya Musafir paper, dedicated to the shahadat of Lekh Ram and this poem comes from that paper.
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Lekh Ram stumped MGA in his Face-to-Face discussion in 1885

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Ahmadiyya leadership orders its mullahs to lie on their behalf, on behalf of the Mirza family that is. To this end, the Ahmadiyya mullah team has been openly lying, brainwashing simple Ahmadis and financially exploiting its own people. Further, they have went back to all of the literature and deleted and edited as they deemed fit. In the case that I present in the below, Ahmadiyya leadership purposely left out the FACT that MGA met with Lekh Ram, as he visited Qadian, and he seems to have stumped MGA with a question and proved MGA to be an idiot.  Remember, Noorudin, Abdul Karim, Irfani and Mufti Muhammad Sadiq werent in Qadian to help MGA at this time, they came later, after 1890. Finally, it should be noted that this story was never presented by an Ahmadi authors.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sent Abdul Hameed to murder Dr. Clark, after Lekh Ram was murdered

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Dr. Clark helped Abdullah Athim in the famous 15-day debate of 1893, in fact, the debate was held in Dr. Clark’s house in Amritsar. Athim died in 1896, Lekh Ram died in 1897 and now a few people remained alive who had opposed MGA. It seems that MGA sent an undercover Ahmadi to murder Dr. Clark. Read Abdul Hameed’s testimony in the below, it corresponds to pages 138-139 in the Lahori-Ahmadi translation of Kitab ul Barriya (1897). This court case happened in 1897.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad re-issued the Lekh Ram prophecy, after it expired

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This blog entry was inspired by a question that I fielded on twitter. An Ahmadi had asked me about the prophecies of MGA, he was asking in terms of how was it possible that MGA had so many prophecies come true and etc. This Ahmadi, much like the majority of Ahmadis believe that ALL the prophecies of MGA had come true and this somehow proved MGA’s truthfulness.
In this short essay I will show just one example of MGA’s boasting-type-attitude and his non-stop deception, his constant lying, his never admitting to his mistakes, and other patterns of behavior that will shock even the most savage of men. In the case of Lekh Ram vs. MGA, it is obvious that the Ahmadi-mullah team have tried their very vest to erase much of the evidence, nonetheless, i present the current research as of 2016.
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Nuskha-e-Khabte Ahmadiya (1888) by Lekh Ram

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Below are some quotations from this famous book by Lekh Ram.
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