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Malik Jaffar Khan was one of the #qadianis on the National Assembly of 1974, he then quit Ahmadiyya

According to Abdul Mannan Omar, Malik Jaffar Khan was a member of the national assembly (MA) in 1974 when the Qadiani and Lahori-Ahmadi’s were declared as non-Muslim. He was from Attock city, and a cabinet member of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

He was also a Ex-Qadiani. He had his high school education in Qadian, and later left Qadiani Jamaat after witnessing the testimony of Mirza Nasir Ahmad, and even wrote a book against Qadiani beliefs etc. Malik Jaffar Khan was friend of Abdul Mannan Omar. Tehreek ahmadi book was written by jaffar before he left cult

First day Abdul Mannan Omar testified, after that on same day ZAB held meeting in evening. Meeting was attended by ZAB ministers, including Malik Jaffar Khan, and religious parties leaders, including Mufti Mahmud (father of Fazal-ul-Rehman). Late night after the meeting, Malik Jaffar Khan came to house of (marhoom) Shaikh Farooq Ahmad sahib in Rawalpindi. Abdul Mannan Omar sahib was also staying there.

Malik Jaffar Khan informed Abdul Mannan omar sahib that ZAB said: “I have listened to whole of testimony today, via audio link in my office. In my opinion we should spare Lahori Jamaat (LAM) and declare Qadianis as Kafir”. At this Mufti Mahmud said, “if we don’t declare Lahoris also Kafir, then Qadianis are bayiman (dishonest in their faith) and they will pretend as Lahoris and continue their activities. At this ZAB asked, “what is population of Lahoris?” Answer was given, “few thousands”. ZAB replied, “okay we can also declare them Kafir”. Malik Jaffar Khan also said, “it has been decided you will be declared Kafir, too. And there is no plan to call you (Abdul Mannan Omar) for testimony tomorrow (i.e. next day)”.

Abdul Mannan Omar, testified on 2nd day too. On 2nd day, as soon as speaker took his seat and opened the session, Abdul Mannan Omar sahib got up, and referred to adjourned issue from previous day. It was on subject of ‘Punishment of Apostasy in Islam’. Thus he was able to speak on 2nd day.

According to Abdul Mannan Omar, he testified first. Then after him Mirza Nasir Ahmad (Khalifa 3 of Qadiani Jamaat) testified for few days.

Bottom line: It was decided by ZAB and members of NA to declare Ahmadis (both Lahoris and Qadianis) Kafir even before LAM representative finished his testimony.

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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. The Khalifa also claimed that there were 1 million spiritual sons of the Promised Messiah.
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Ahmadiyyat posters were featured for 2 weeks in the Concourse Hallway connecting the Legislative Office Building & State Capitol in Connecticut

We continue to see Ahmadiyya propaganda in political spaces. Just a few days ago, we were alerted to as “Ahmadiyyat poster Exhibition on Justice” that was featured for 2 weeks in the Concourse Hallway connecting the Legislative Office Building & State Capitol in Connecticut. This was led by Miyan Zahir Muhammad Mannan, who is a fanatical-extremist Ahmadi living in the state of Connecticut. Miyan Zahir Muhammad Mannan is a “Legacy-Ahmadi”, which means that his fanaticism comes from a sense of pride and loyalty to his great grandparents, who were companions of MGA. He is a grandchild of Dr. Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz and Dr. Lubna Razia Ijaz. Dr. Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz was the cousin of the famous Dr. Abdus Salam.

The son of Dr. Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz is Mansoor Ijaz. Mansoor Ijaz has worked for the CIA, he was a huge part of the Memogate controversy. In 2011, he did an interview wherein he discussed his work between the US and Pakistani government. In 2000 and 2001, Ijaz was involved in efforts to broker a ceasefire in Kashmir, the cause of multiple wars between India and Pakistan since independence. He held a series of meetings with senior Indian and Pakistani government officials as well as senior Kashmiri leaders in both Indian and Pakistani-held Kashmir from November 1999 until January 2001, traveling to India secretly on out-of-passport visas. Mansoor Ijaz is a proprietary trader and hedge-fund manager who founded Crescent Investment Management, a New York-based investment firm, in 1990. Crescent operates CARAT, a proprietary trading system developed by Ijaz in the late 1980s based on his graduate research work at MIT. His cousin is the famous Faysal Sohail (first cousin), who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area as a venture-capitalist.

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The sons of the Noorudin and the Ahmadiyya propaganda against that whole family

Just a few weeks ago, the Ahmadiyya Movement published an article in the al-Hakam wherein the sons of Noorudin were attacked viciously. These were the sons of Noorudin from his final marriage. In this article they mentioned how the 3 younger sons of Noorudin opposed the Ahmadiyya Khilafat, however, they didn’t give the years. Noorudin’s daughter, Amtul Haye was forcibly married by the Khalifa in 1914, just a few weeks after he became Khalifa. She mysteriously died 10 years later. The eldest son (Abdul Haye) was killed in Qadian in 1915. The next year, their mother Sughra Begum tried to poison the Khalifa, most likely since he was the murderer of her son (Abdul Haye) and because of the immoral sexual acts he was committing with her daughter (Amtul Haye). Nevertheless, the 3 younger sons remained loyal to the Khalifa even after their mother and sister died. They worked for Jamaat Ahmadiyya in many official roles uptil 1956, when the Khalifa made his speech wherein he ex-communicated the sons of Noorudin. A new piece of info is that they accuse Abdul Salam Umar of also hatching a plan against the Khalifa. Another piece of new info is that in 1926, Abdul Wahab accused the Khalifa of killing his brother (Abdul Haye). Ironically, Abdul Salam Umar was buried in Bahishti Maqbara and his son, Abdul Wasay Umar seems to be connected to Ahmadiyya still. From the marriage of the 2nd Khalifa and the daughter of Noorudin, there are barely any people left. They had 3 children, Amatul Qayyum, daughter, was married off to the famous MM Ahmad, they had no children, it was a cousin marriage. Amatul Rasheed, daughter, she was married off to Mian Abdur Rahim Ahmad Sahib.She seems to have confided to some Ex-Ahmadi’s about the sexual behavior of her father. See here: See testimonial #23. She died in 2013, she left 1 son (Dr Zaheerud Din Mansoor) and 3 daughters, one daughter is named Amatul Baseer her marriage was mentioned in the USA Ahmadiyya gazette of July 1968. They are all in America these days. Dr. Zaheeruddin Mansoor Ahmad is currently the National Secretary Taleem-ul-Quran and Waqf-e-Ardhi. She died in Maryland. Her husband, Mian Abdur Rahim Ahmad translated many speeches of Mirza Tahir Ahmad in 1984 and 1985. Other then that, we don’t have detailed information on him. Here is a video by Dr. Zaheeruddin Mansoor Ahmad, he wasn’t born in America, he must have came to the USA in his 20’s or 30’s. Here is a video of a speech that he gave at the 2013, West Coast-USA Jalsa. And their son, Mirza Khalil Ahmad had no children.

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Who is Dr. Hashmatullah Khan?

In 1907, he was 20 years old and in Qadian, he was from Patiala. Per Ahmadiyya sources, he was allowing his wife to spend nights with Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in full service (see page 101), which means massages and other sex games, she wasn’t alone, MGA was allowed to touch all women at Qadian. He travelled with the Khalifa to London and back in 1924. He was also the private doctor for the Khalifa and had even arranged for the Khalifa to be married in 1925 with Sara Begum. By 1931, he was the head doctor at Qadian and he was in-charge of the Noor Hospital. During partition, he moved to Rabwah and tended to Nusrat Jehan during her final illness. One of his grandsons (Dr. Abdul Mannan Siddiqi) was killed in 2008, and his daughter died in 2011.

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The final speech of the 2nd Khalifa?–1958

We have been tracking the final speech by the 2nd Khalifa. We know that after the 1956 Jalsa, he rarely came out of his home. This was the famous “Khilafat-i Haqqa Islamia”, wherein the Khalifa ex-communicated the sons of Noorudin. Nevertheless, we have posted snippets from Ahmadiyya sources wherein it seems that the Khalifa gave a Friday sermon on 1-3-1958 on Waqf-e-Jadid. Mirza Tahir Ahmad was made in-charge by his father, this was his first major dealing with the financials of the Ahmadiyya Movement. Since we posted this essay, the Tahir archive has objected and claimed that in 1960, the 2nd Khalifa gave a speech. This is still under review. There is another short one for 1959. Per Anwar ul Aloom, his final friday sermon was in 1959, see the scan in the below.

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Who is Abdul Wahab Omar? The son of Noorudin?

Abdul Wahab was the elder brother of Abdul Mannan Omar (1910-2006), they were both the sons of Noorudin (the 1st Khalifa). His only sister was Amtul Haye (the eldest sibling) and his elder brother who was killed was Abdul Haye, his other elder brother was Abdus Salaam (died in 1956). He was born and raised in MGA’s house, since Noorudin lived exclusively with MGA, in MGA’s mansion complex.

2 brothers were excommunicated from the Ahmadiyya Nizam – E – Jamaat in the 1956 for conspiring to depose the Khilafat. The second Khalifa discussed this in detail in his famous speech Khilafat – E – Haqqa Islamiyya. The 3rd brother was Maulvi Abdus Salaam who doesn’t seem to have been ex-communicated, by died in 1956.
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AL-SHIRKATUL ISLAMIYYAH is an Ahmadiyya non-profit company that owns MTA and spends 6 million a year on fundraising

Watch my quick video introduction on this topic herein. Another way that the Ahmadiyya jamaat operates is via AL-SHIRKATUL ISLAMIYYAH. This is a another charity that is operated by the Ahmadiyya jamaat via proxies. The main man is Abdul Baqi Arshad, who is a director of MTA, he also has stake in many other related companies. Mirza Masroor Ahmad doesn’t legally control anyone or anything. In reality however, Mirza Masroor Ahmad controls every single part of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat, however, its not legal control, its manipulation and bullying that he uses against his own Mullahs, aka employees as he gets them to keep working to market the Ahmadiyya movement and thus gain converts. Abdul Baqi Arshad owned important companies that were storing money in Panama for the Ahmadiyya Movement, they are TJ Holdings and Bilal Investments Inc.

Also, why does the Mirza Sharif Ahmad Foundation hold the Ahmadiyya headquarters as an asset?

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Who is Sughra Begum? The 3rd wife of Noorudin?

Sughra Begum is an interesting case. She was forcibly married to Maulvi Noorudin in 1889. She was the daughter of Sufi Ahmad Jan of Ludhiana. The first ever bait ceremony of 1889 was held in her house. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that that the daughter of Sufi Ahmad Jan was married off to Noorudin in March of 1889, just before MGA’s bait ceremony. Noorudin was married to Sufi Ahmad Jan’s daughter (Sughra Begum, she was most likely 12-14 years old)(see “Maulvi Noorudin” by Zafrullah Khan, online english edition of 2006, pages 82-83)(see also, “Hakeem Noorudin” by Syed Hasanat Ahmad, online english 2003 edition, pages 3, 41 and 73) in the same month of March 1889, they seem to have held this wedding on 7 March 1889 and the  bait ceremony a few weeks later. Sughra begum must have thus moved to Jammu with Noorudin, its unknown. Noorudin moved to Qadian from Jammu in 1893. Sughra Begum thus lived in the same house as MGA’s wife and Maulvi Abdul Karim’s wife.

She lived in MGA’s mansion until roughly January-1914, wherein she was forced to move out to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s house. A year later, she tried to poison the Khalifa (See Tareekh e Ahmadiyya)(See the scan in the below, which was found by @zafarim786). In 1914, as soon as Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became Khalifa, he married Sughra Begum’s daughter, Amtul Haye. After 1915, Sughra Begum goes missing in Ahmadiyya records. Her son, Abdul Haye died mysteriously in 1915 also, is there a connection? Her daughter died mysteriously in 1924. In the 1950’s, her 2 youngest sons were kicked out of Ahmadiyya. That left one son in Ahmadiyya, Maulvi Abdus Salaam who seems to have remained a Qadiani until he died in 1955. After the partition of 1947, they moved to Quetta. His son recently popped-up in an Ahmadi magazine.

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