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

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)

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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The Arya Samaj of Qadian

Mirza ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers had been beefing with the Arya Samaj of Qadian and all of India since 1879. This was done specifically via MGA’s beef with Lekh Ram in the mid-1880‘s. MGA then forced Lekh Ram to write vs. Islam. MGA’s prophecies had expired by 1893-ish, however, he recycled his own prophecy at that point. This culminated in the murder of Lekh Ram in 1897. In 1903, MGA and his team of writers wrote Nasim-e-Da‘wat, it was published in mid-February 1903 just before the annual gathering of the Aryah Samaj scheduled for February 28, 1903, in Qadian. In this book, MGA seems to be beefing with the Arya Samaj of Qadian. Ironically, MGA’s family collected tax on behalf of the British government from these same hindus. The Arya Samaj were openly anti-British and Lekh Ram had already been dead for 6 years.

This book is also mentioned in the March-April-1903 english edition of the ROR, they claim to have translated portions of it. MGA wrote a supplement which was called Sanatan Dharam, it is barely 14 pages of urdu.

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Rangila Rasul was written in response to #Ahmadis

The book Rangila Rasul was dedicated to Lekh Ram, who was murdered by Ahmadi’s in 1897, he died in front of an Ahmadi doctor (Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig). Rangila Rasul was written by the Arya Samaj, of which Lekh Ram was a great leader. Thus, Ahmadi’s caused communal strife, just like how Bob Van Der Linden (See “Moral Languages from Colonial Punjab”, page 183) explained in his book. Maulvi Sanaullah responded to this book herein. This also wrapped up in the Ahmadiyya support of blasphemy laws, see herein. In 1927, the primary organized opposition to the judgement was driven by the Khilafatists and the Ahmadis. Ahmadis printed posters in several cities urging a total economic boycott of Hindus in response to the perceived insult to their prophet. The then spiritual head of the Ahmadiya community, Mirza Bashir ud-din Ahmad, wrote to the British viceroy in support of an anti-blasphemy law where insult to the “prophet” should be clearly mentioned and made illegal.

In a cruel twist of karma, this is the same law that is used today in Pakistan to persecute the Ahmadiya community. The British introduced 295A, criminalizing future speech deemed insulting to religious groups, passed easily in parliament with widespread support. Lala Lajpat Rai, Hindu Mahasabha leader, called the legislation a “temporary measure” necessary to “satisfy some hyper sensitive folk”.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Dayananda, the full history

Dayananda Saraswati (12 February 1824 – 30 October 1883) was a founder of the Arya Samaj of the Punjab. Dayanand seemed to be anti-British, as well as anti-every religion other than Hinduism in the Indian Subcontinent. He wrote his famous Satyarth Prakash in 1875, wherein he criticized all religions in India. He was assasinated in 1883. However, the famous Lekh Ram seemed to have inherited this beef with MGA. Per Ahmadiyya sources, MGA began interacting with Dayananda in 1879, via the Vakil newspaper (See Dard). It is unclear whether this was before or after the publishing of MGA’s first book, Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya. By 1884, MGA was claiming that he knew that Dayananda would die in 1883 (See BA-4). However, this is just another after the fact prophecy by MGA. MGA also had a written debate with Muhrlinder in 1886, this was MGA’s first ever written debate. Muhrlinder was also an Arya Samajist.
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The Muhammadi Begum prophecy was supposed to be a sign for all Muslims about MGA’s truth

As we all know, MGA lusted after his triple niece (muhammadi begum) before and after she was married with children. It should also be noted that in 1892, MGA was claiming that this prophecy was for Muslims, as the Lekh Ram prophecy was for Hindus and the Abdullah Athim for Christians. MGA was asserting that this was how they would all convert to Ahmadiyya. However, all 3 of these prophecies failed and the masses never accepted Ahmadiyya, in fact, in 2021, in India, barely 0.00001% of the country is Qadiani-Ahmadi. Continue reading “The Muhammadi Begum prophecy was supposed to be a sign for all Muslims about MGA’s truth”

“Barakatud Du’a” (1893), book review by Bashir Ahmad Shah, with #Ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

In 1893, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers published Barakatud Du’a, in english it would be “Blessings of Prayer”. It was translated into english in 1973 and then 2007. It’s a small booklet of barely 40 pages which technically is 3 books mashed into one. Thus, we have broken up the book review into 4 parts. It should be noted that the Lekh Ram prophecy had expired and MGA was dealing with that failure. In Part-2, MGA and his team of writers attack Sir Syed publicly for the first time ever. However, this is odd, since his “nature” beliefs have been out for 20+ years at this point. Sir Syed had been arguing for 20+ years that prayers were meaningless and whatever was predestined, would happen anyhow. MGA knew this, MGA himself had never prayed in a masjid up til age 40, nor had MGA ever went to Juma.

In Part-3, MGA attacks Lekh Ram again via a new revelation, and thus, MGA recycles the Lekh Ram prophecy.

In Part-4, MGA is begging for money from the rich people of India in exchange for prayers.

In Part-5, MGA is still begging for money for the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, which had ceased publication for 9 years.

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Why do #ahmadis seek to maliciously humiliate their opponents?

#ahmadis are being brainwashed by their clerics/mullahs on a daily basis. These Ahmadi mullahs tell stories of how MGA got Lekh Ram killed, how Athim was killed, and etc etc etc. This is the psychology of the #ahmadi. They are thus hell-bent on attacking their critics, specifically the #exAhmadimovement. #ahmadis outside of Pakistan regularly spend their time harrassing, persecuting, maligning, falsely accusing, and praying for the death of all ex-Ahmadi’s and with their jamaat’s approval (secret approval). Ironically, #ahmadis have been crying about persecution in Pakistan since 1974 and even since 1953. #Ahmadis have cried persecution since 1953 in Pakistan and 1974 specifically. However, this is not authentic, its not true, its mostly self-generated persecution, in lieu of asylum cases. There is one more reason, MGA (and his team) wrote in their books that all of their opponents would be humiliated and would die miserably, thus, 99% of #ahmadis are no better than the taliban and Afzal Upal was correct to label them as Moderate Fundamentalist. In the below, we have posted the relevant quotes.
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Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad suffer from chronic diarrhea?

After MGA died in Lahore on May-26th, 1908, Ahmadiyya sources immediately denied that MGA died of cholera and instead claimed that he died of diarrhea. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second friday sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian, in it, he says MGA might have died of cholera, he also floats the idea that MGA died of cholera, and then calls MGA’s death as a death of a martyr.

In the mid-1880’s, Lekh Ram predicted that MGA would die of diarrhea, in his book, Takzeeb-Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, Vol.-1, see the reference in the below.

However, did MGA ever publicly admit to having chronic diarrhea? We know that MGA admitted to having diabetes, vertigo and hysteria, excessive urination (100 times a day). Nevertheless, ahmadi sources only report MGA suffering diarrhea once, that was in 1903, it was never reported before or after. Thus, we have a contradiction. The reference is posted in the below. In fact, in 1903, via “Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”, MGA was claiming that one of his ailments were diarrhea. MGA even referenced the famous hadith which claimed that the Esa (As) would descend wearing two yellow garments and referred to his diabetes and diarrhea and headaches.

After 1908, Ahmadi sources began to assert that MGA had been suffering from diarrhea his entire life. In 1915, via the Khalifa, (Mirza Basheer uddin Mahmud Ahmad) MGA suffered from chronic diarrhea, this was step-2 of the cover-up.

Another cover-up job, in 1940, (via the Lahori-Ahmadi’s and Dr. Basharat Ahmad in Mujadid e Azim), MGA suffered from diarrhea every time he sat down to write. Continue reading “Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad suffer from chronic diarrhea?”

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