Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad was poisoned from breast milk?
See page 8:
“””Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad ra was born on 12 January 1889 around 10 o’clock in the evening. He was lovingly nicknamed Mian by his parents. In those times it was customary for a maid to be employed to look after a child. The maid who was appointed to look after him had been very ill but she had not told anyone. Eight of her children had already passed away due to an illness they contracted through her breast milk. The maid, without seeking permission from the parents, gave some of her milk to Mian Mahmud ra. This led to the illnesses infecting the blood of Mian Mahmud ra. From the age of 2 to 12 Mian Mahmud ra remained very ill. Sometimes he would get a fever, while at other times he would suffer from coughing fits. The doctors said that it was unlikely that he would survive very long, but the doctors were not aware of Allah’s promise. Allah had promised that the chosen one would live for a long time and his fame would spread all over the world.
Mian Mahmud ra was a favourite of his parents, but they took his upbringing and discipline very seriously. The Promised Messiah as and his wife continuously strived to make him a model Muslim.””””
Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad was still married off at roughly 12-13, the 1902 era He was then married off to a young bride. He then failed his matriculation exam and was an embarrassment to Ahmadiyya.
He becomes the Khalifa in 1914 and immediately forcibly marries Noorudin’s daughter
Mirza Basheeruddin kept running wild, he was priviliged and above the law. She ended up dying mysteriously, she had 3 children with the Khalifa, all of those children seem to be missing from the management of the Ahmadiyya Movement. As soon as she died..the Khalifa immediately married again. From roughly 1925, the Khalifa always kept 4 wives, when one would die, he would marry another.
Mirza Wasim Ahmad, also spelled as Mirza Waseem Ahmad (Mian Waseem) was one of 23 sons of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. His mother was from Saudi Arabia, her name was Azizah Begum also called Umm Wassim (mother of wassim). The Khalifa Married her in 1926, she was the daughter of Seth Abu Bakr Yousaf of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. According to tareekh ahmadiyyat, vol 4 page 554, it goes “Hazrat Khalifa tul Masih 5th Nikah was 1st Feb 1926, also published in the Alfazal of 5th Feb 1926. The Khalifa claims that Seth Abu Bakr of Jeddah was a business man who had written to the Khalifa in 1914 in terms of marriage for his daughter, the Khalifa agreed 10 years later, and was finally married in 1926, the details and logistics are unknown (See Fazl e Omar, online english edition). Was this arab even an Ahmadi?
His children ? The only daughter that we have heard of is Amtul Rauf. His brother, Mirza Naeem Ahmad is also missing from the scene.
He was told and forced to stay in Qadian, India by his father. It is unclear whether his mother stayed. He was thus amongst the dervishes of Qadian. The Khalifa is said to have left 313 males behind in Qadian as he left for Pakistan. Mirza Waeem Ahmad was thus the only son and member of the Mirza family to remain in India after the partition.
1947–1951 Mirza Wasim Ahmad married his aunty, Amtul Qudoos, she was the daughter of Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail. She was Mirza Waseem Ahmad’s father’s (the Khalifa) maternal first cousin. It is reported by Ahmadiyya sources that Mirza Waseem Ahmad came to Rabwah to get married, he then hurriedly returned to Qadian, India. This is very strange since in those days travelling back and forth from Pak to India was nearly impossible, Zafrullah Khan might have stepped in and made it happen. Ahmadiyya sources report that in these days food at Qadian was scarce.
1952 Amma Jan (the wife of MGA) also known as Nusrat jehan Begum died in Rabwah. Mirza Wasim Ahmad was not allowed to travel to Pakistan for the funeral.
His father, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad dies. He is not able to travel to Pakistan for the funeral but gathers all Ahmadi’s at Qadian and makes speeches. All communications with Rabwah was broken, as a result of war between India and Pakistan.
When the situation between India and Pakistan worsened again, certain elements tried to drive out the Ahmadi population of Qadian, albeit with cunning. Mian Waseem gathered everyone in Masjid Mubarak and addressed them in an ardently anguished tone saying that Qadian was their permanent centre and that they would most certainly not leave it. He said we have one night to pray extremely fervently and supplicate ardently to God. Not even a single child should leave Qadian of his/her own accord. I shall not leave either; officials will have to drag me out of here. Each one of you should say we do not want to leave Qadian. That night entire Qadian supplicated and beseeched to God, in each nook and cranny earnest prayers were made. The anguished supplication of the dervishes gained acceptance with Allah. The next day, they met up with officials and had discussions. Later the officials came to inspect Qadian and then cancelled the plan to remove people.
1984, when the Khalifa died at Rabwah
Mian Waseem’s daughter Amatul Rauf says that her father’s ardent devotion to Khilafat was such that although he was unable to go to the funeral of Khalifa tul Masih III, he wrote a letter the day after his passing away and gave it to his wife and daughter to read. In the letter he had signed his pledge of allegiance (baiat) to the Khalifa tul Masih IV not knowing who he was going to be. He explained that his baiat was not be based on his knowledge of the individual; rather his baiat was for the Khalifa of the Promised Messiah.
Intro After become the Khalifa in 1914, Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad faced the difficulty of explaining he true beliefs of MGA. One of the first few topics that he tackled was that of the nature of prophethood of MGA. The Lahori-Ahmadi’s totally denied prophethood for MGA and only gave it a metaphorical color. As soon as Khwaja Kamaluddin returned from England (November of 1914) he gave a speech which was turned into the an urdu-only book, “Ikhtalayfaat-e-Silsilaa-e-Ahmadiyya kay Usbaab”. Khwaja Kamaluddin’s quotes “Tuhfatul-Muluk” (A Present to Kings) by the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad which seems to have been written in the summer of 1914. This book was published on Dec 24th, 1914, during the Qadiani Jalsa. It was the first ever book about the split in the Ahmadiyya Movement, in it, Kwaja Kamaluddin emphatically died the prophethood of MGA and takfir against non-Ahmadi’s.
“””So even in 1891, the Promised Messiah described the content of his claim by calling it Nabuwwat ; but for some time he continued to interpret it only as Mohaddathiat, under an impression that a man could not really and truly be a Nabi, if he was an Ummati of a previous Nabi. In point of fact therefore, the Promised Messiah was a Nabi from the earliest commencement of his ministry, and this is the view held by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II, all along.””
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ (Haqiqat-un-nubuwwat,on alislam.org in the Anwar-ul-Uloom series, v. 2, book 10, p. 443-444).
“”””The books in which he has denied being a prophet in clear words, and has called his prophethood as partial (juz’vi) and imperfect, and as the prophethood of saints (muhaddas), are all without exception books from before the year 1901 … and in the books after 1901 there is not one book in which he has declared his prophethood as juz’vi.””””
Haqiqat-un-Nubuwwat, p.121, Taken from https://trueahmadiyya.wordpress.com/2016/09/29/the-deceiver-in-the-case-of-prophethood/ on 3-31-2020,
“The issue of prophethood became clear to him in 1900 or 1901, and as Ayk Ghalati Ka Izala (misconception removed) was published in 1901, in which he has proclaimed his prophethood most forcefully, it shows he made a change in his belief in 1901, and the year 1900 is a middle period which is like a boundary between the two views….It is proved that the references dating prior to the year 1901 in which he denied being a prophet, are now abrogated and it is an error to use them as evidence.”
(See also Haqiqat al- Nubuwat, p 124.[published in 1915])
“At last that event did take place. In the year 1900, Maulavi ‘Abdul Karim, the preacher ofthe Friday sermon, gave a sermon in which he, used the words Nabi (Prophet) and Rasul (Messenger) for the Mirza. This caused great irritation to Maulavi Sayyid Muhammad Ahsan Amrohawi. When Maulavi ‘Abdul Karim came to know of this, he gave another Friday sermon in which be addressed the Mirza, requesting him to contradict his belief, if he was wrong in considering him to be aprophetand Messenger of God. Afterthe Friday prayers were over, Maulavi ‘Abdul Karim caught hold ofthe skirt ofthe Mirza’s apparel and requested him to correct him in his beliefs if they were erroneous. The Mirza turned around and said that he, too, held thesame belief. Meanwhile, Maulavi Muhammad Ahsan had been greatly agitated by thesermon and in anger was pacing the floor ofthe mosque. On Maulavi ‘Abdul Karim’s return, he began to quarrel with him. When their voices rose very high, the Mirza came out of his house and recited the Qur’anic verse: “O ye who believe! Don’t raise your Voice above thevoiceoftheProphet.”
“In short, since in the beginning the Promised Messiah thought that the definition of Nabi is the one who brings a new Shariah or abrogates some injunctions or is a prophet directly (appointed by God): so, even though all the attributes and qualities required of a prophet were found in him, he used to decline from designating himself a prophet. When, later on, he became aware that the nature of his claims is that of a prophet and not of a Muhaddath, he proclaimed himself to be a prophet.”
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Mirza Mahmud, Haqiqat un Nubuwwat, p. 192, taken from file:///C:/Users/xobas/Downloads/The%20Final%20Rejoinder%20to%20Mirza%20Tahir%20Part%202.htm. On 3-31-2020.
“Prophets are like brothers-in-affinity. Their Moethers are different but Deen is one. And I have the closest connection with Isa bin Mariam because in between him and myself there is no prophet and he is about to come down. Therefore when you see him, recognise him that he is even-statured, red white mixed Complexion, wearing yellow clothes. Water shall be dropping from his head although water will not have been shed over the head. He will break the cross, kill the swine and will forsake ‘jizia’ and will invite people to Islam. In his times, all religions will be dead and only Islam will exist. Lions and camels, leopards and cows,wolves and goats will graze about together. (children will play with snakes and they will not harm them. Isa bin Mariam will remain on earth for forty years and then he will die and Musalmans will offer his funeral prayers”.
“Another question is asked, whether in this Umma there has been another prophet apart from the Promised Messiah or not. The short answer is No. … The Holy Prophet refuses to verify the prophethood of any person in the Umma before the Messiah. Therefore, we are also bound to deny that before the Promised Messiah there was anyone in this Umma who was an ummati nabi.”
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ See “Haqiqatun Nubuwwat” via Anwar ul Aloom, Vol. 2, page 505)
“”As Allah has called Prophet Musa, Prophet Esa, Prophet Nuh (Noah), Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham), Prophet Yacoob (Jacob) and Prophet Yusuf (Joseph) his prophets, similarly he has called Masih e Maud (MGA) a prophet in the Quran””
Intro Mirza Naseer Ahmad was the first-born child of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad in 1906. He died shortly thereafter however and was buried in Lahore, which is very strange, since MGA and his family were not in Lahore in 1906. See Fazle-Omar, page 78, https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Fazl-e-Umar.pdf. This was MGA’s second grandson it seems. Mirza Aziz Ahmad being the first. All of these quotes are taken from the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah. See page 592.
MGA attributed a prophecy to Mirza Naseer Ahmad, which failed This prophecy appeared in 1903 and was repeated verbatim in 1906 during the formation of Haqiqatul Wahy.
That is [Arabic] All praise belongs to Allah Who has bestowed upon me in my old age four sons and has thus fulfilled His promise …[and] has given me the good news of a fifth one—who was destined to be born as a grandson in addition to these four—that he would certainly be born at some time. [Mawahibur-Rahman, p. 139, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 19, p. 360]
That is [Arabic] All praise belongs to Allah Who has bestowed upon me in my old age four sons and has thus fulfilled His promise …[and] has given me the good news of a fifth one—who was destined to be born as a grandson in addition to these four—that he would certainly be born at some time.674 [Haqiqatul-Wahi, pp. 218–219, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, p. 229].
Accordingly three months ago a son was born to my son Mahmud Ahmad who has been named Nasir Ahmad. [Haqiqatul-Wahi, p. 219, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, p. 229].
Ahmadiyya clerics lied and wrote Nasir Ahmad
Ahmadiyya mullahs are dangerous. They have been working on covering up the failings of MGA for over 100 years. This is just another case of it. Mirza Nasir Ahmad was born in 1909, after MGA had even died. Ahmadi’s are free to attribute this prophecy to Mirza Nasir Ahmad, however, we have caught them lying about it. As we all know, Ahmadi’s are regularly falsely attributing prophecies.
Just like his father, Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad barely wrote anything. Even in the Talim-ul-Islam school of Qadian, the Ahmadi-mullahs passed him even when he failed. He stared the Tashhiz al-Azhan magazine in 1906 and was allowed to create his own sub-organization within Ahmadiyya, the Ansarullah. The friends and well wishers of the Mian Sahib wrote for him and on his behalf. In fact, in that same era, and in response to an argument by Muhammad Ali, the Qadiani-Khalifa seems to admit that his own newspaper, the Tashhiz al-Azhan continued to write the name Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad as the editor of the newspaper (as late as 1913), even though he was not, he claims that he had no connection with his own newspaper since 1911. Further, Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad never wrote any books either, he dictated what needed to be written and then proof read it or had another mullah proof read it. This even holds true for those commentaries of the Quran that Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad takes credit for, which are incomplete.
The quote “””In the first place, the words of Maulawi Muhammad Ahsan possess no special authority. They may be regarded as possessing the same value as the words of any other learned man. In the second place, the publication of his article in the Tashhidhul Adhhan cannot lend any special value to the views expressed therein, because the article was published in October, 1913, when I had already for two years ceased to have any active connection with the magazine. At that time Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal was the de facto editor of the Magazine. The managing body of the paper, however, continued to print my name on the cover in order to retain its popularity, inasmuch as it was I who had been editing it since its foundation. Under the circumstances, if any particular view was at that time published in the magazine, it cannot justly be cited against me. I was not then its active editor nor were the articles published in the magazine shown to me whether in original or in proof.”””” (See “Truth about the split”, online edition, page 125,https://www.alislam.org/library/book/the-truth-about-the-split/ ).
Mirza Rafi Ahmad almost became the Khalifa in 1982, when Mirza Nasir Ahmad died. There is lots of controversy on this topic. Official Qadiani-Ahmadi sources have never even commented on the controversy in this election. Some Ahmadi’s seem to have began to follow Mirza Rafi Ahmad instead of the Khalifa. This is where the details get sketchy. Mirza Rafi Ahmad seems to have started his own sect of Ahmadiyya thereafter, it was called Green Ahmediyyat, whom his followers call “Mahmood-e-Sani Confidant of Ayub-e-Ahmadiyyat Harzrat Sahibzada Mirza Rafi Ahmed (AS)”. He is pictured below. 5th March 1927 to 15th January 2004. He died in 2004, he was 76 years old.
Al-Fazl, Lahore, 26 Nov 1947
In a speech, most likely a Friday Sermon, it was reported that the Khalifa claimed that Ahmadi’s would return to Qadian soon. He gave out some of his dreams and etc to that effect. In that era, the Khalifa continued to give examples and signs for Ahmadi’s to reassure them that they would eventually move back to Qadian, India. He even went so far as to compare Qadian with Mecca and Medina.
Al-Fazl, Lahore, 4 Dec 1947
Ahmadi’s were ordered to give up their lands in Qadian, and not ask for compensation in Pakistan.
Why won’t the Ahmadiyya Khalifa’s move back to Qadian now?
As I have proved, the father of the current Ahmadiyya system of organization, their 2nd Khalifa, made prophecies about their return to Qadian, India. Nowadays, this could be easily fulfilled, the government of India has no beef with Ahmadi’s and Ahmadi’s are even considered Muslim in India. So why won’t they move? This would also solved Mirza Masroor Ahmad’s asylum problem as well as many Ahmadi’s who are stuck on asylum in Germany, America, Canada and the UK.
The 2nd Khalifa had this board installed at the “Heavenly Cemetary” in Rabwah, he wanted the bodies of the family of MGA to be moved back to Qadian at an opportune time
Some commentary about this photo
There used to be a notice board installed beside the graves of Nusrat Jehan, wife of MGAQ and the grave of khalifa 2 of Jamaat ahmadiyya in a specially built compound in the graveyard of Rabwah which read as under:-
“Directions of Khalifatul Masih Alsani:” It is my advice to Jamaat to shift the corpses of ummul momineen and other Ahle Bait to Maqbara Bahishti Qadian as soon as they find an opportunity to do so. Because the Maqbarah Bahishti Qadian has been set up on the basis of Revelation from God and the prophesy regarding burial of Ummul Momineen and other family members of Hazrat Masih e Moud (MGAQ), there in Qadian. This advice shall be binding on Jamaat. And Jamaat should not forget this.
However, this Notice Board do not exists any more and has been removed by the Jamaat, obviously to avoid embarrassment for the Jamaat. Here few questions need to be answered by Qadianis as below:-
Whether such or Board was installed there ?
If yes why this Board has been removed ?
What is the status of other Branches of Bahishti Maqbaras in Rabwah, Canada London and Germany? Are these fake BMs?
If so then why Jamaat is running the wasiyyat system and receiving heavy amount of money in this regard ?
Why did khalifa 2 has asked for shifting of the dead-bodies of the family of MGAQ only?
Why the Khalifa 2 has not asked the shifting of dead bodies of other poor ahmadis who have been buried there after payment of huge amount of money.
And finally why the prophesy of burial of Nusrat Jahan and other family members has not been fulfilled after the lapse of about 72 years.?
Would any ahmadi dare to answer these questions.
Photo of Notice Board found through the Courtesy of brother Taher Ahmad Dar who is ex ahmadi.
A scan from from “Sufism to Ahmadiyya A Muslim Minority Movement in South Asia” by Adil Hussain Khan
“””At the occasion of Nikah of Mirza Mahmood to Maryam Sidiqa daughter of Mir Mohammed Ismaeel(brother of nusrat) Mufti M Sadiq announces the Nikah and it is a long one but on page 2 Mufti sadiq says (Masih Maood instructed me to learn Ibrani Language. There was written in sacred books of Ibrani, that first Masih did not marry (Hazrat eisa AS) but 2nd masih will marry and will have siblings, and his son will be his successor. Since that time i knew that you shall be Khalifa. People who rejected your khilafat are very unfortunate. Today blessings of Khilafat are appearing like the sun. Today, for the propagation of Islam, the missionaries are spread in all the countries, and the work is done in such a way, Islamic history of thousand years cannot show that example. All this is being achieved with the blessing of that one pure soul (mirza ghulam). Allah granted everything to you himself. Hazrat Masih was not student of any one. The same away you (mirza mahmood) were not student of any teacher. There is not doubt that you used to go to school, and you were my (mufti sadiq) student too, I was the headmaster in those days or moulvi sher Ali was the headmaster (here mufti sadiq is not sure who was the head master) you used to come to school those days, but you would FAIL every year but we used to promote you to the next year because you were the son of hazrat masih maood. You took an exam of Middle and i went with you, but you fail, then you took an exam of interenc and again you failed”””
As we all know, the family of MGA always made strange prophecies and predictions.
The quote “””He saw in that dream that he has come again to this world after many centuries and took over the command of an Ahmadi army from some other 6 or 7 generals on horseback as they have been lead astray of the path of truth on which he had put the Jamaat firmly. On his way to Sialkot, he met Ch. Maula Bakhsh sahib as an officer in the army and asked him to bring his forces to join his ranks, which Ch. sahib very happily did.”””