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Mirza Sultan Ahmad, Son Of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, On Finality Of Prophethood

Intro
Mirza Sultan Ahmad was the eldest son of MGA, he never accepted the prophethood or even the “imamate” of his father, however, nor did he ever reveal any of the family secrets.  I have written about him here: https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=MIrza+Sultan+Ahmad

The Qadiani Khalifa did a fake conversion when Mirza Sultan Ahmad died
As we all know, the Qadiani jamaat engages in lots of fake news propaganda, in this case, they made it look like Mirza Sultan Ahmad did a bait at the hands of the Khalifa while on his death-bed.  Its a total lie.

Mirza Sultan Ahmad seemed to support the Lahori-Ahmadis in 1916

In Paigham Sulh, 23 January 1916, there is a lengthy, 3-page article entitled Milad Muhammad (saw) by Khan Bahadar Mirza Sultan Ahmad, who was the eldest son of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. On the first page, last column, I have marked more than a half of the column by a red line in the margin where he deals with the finality of prophethood. To quote from it:

“The second task of the Holy Prophet was Khatm-i nubuwwat. Before the Arabian Prophet, not even one prophet who came claimed khatm-i nubuwwat with the emphasis that our Hazrat (saw) did. The effect of that is that till this day no one in the entire world dared to be a claimant to prophethood after that Khatm-i nubuwwat. … Other religions did not enter into this at all, while within the Islamic world, in fulfilment of [the hadith] ‘The Ulama of my Umma are like the prophets of the Israelites’, such persons kept on arising who in their own sense possessed the glory of Israelite prophets. No less were the Islamic mujaddids in their blessings. Thousands of such venerable ones have there been in the Umma…

All the prophets gave good news of the coming of our Prophet, and our Prophet gave the good news of hundreds among his own followers who arose in Islam as abdal, aqtab, auliya [saints] and mujaddids. … Prophethood was ended and spiritual benefits were made general in another form.”

See here for the Urdu versionhttp://www.ahmadiyya.org/images_blog/ps-1916-jan-23-mirza-sultan.pdf

ps-1916-jan-23-mirza-sultan

Links and Related Essays
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/16/the-causes-of-internal-dissensions-in-the-ahmadiyya-movement-by-kwaja-kamaluddin-1914/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/08/01/prophethood-among-the-followers-of-muhammad-by-maulana-sayyid-muhammad-ahsan-of-amroha-oct-1913-in-tashhizul-azhan/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/20/an-ahmadi-claimed-prophethood-in-late-1901-or-early-1902-and-was-boycotted-by-ahmadis-chiragh-din-of-jammu-jamooni/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/30/maulvi-abdul-kareem-claims-prophethood-per-mga-maulvi-amrohi-disagrees/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/01/13/what-is-arbain-a-book-by-mga-and-his-team-of-writers/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/04/23/in-1891-when-mga-made-his-big-claims-he-denied-prophethood-mufti-sadiq-was-heavily-involved/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/09/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-accused-of-claiming-prophethood-in-the-1879-1884-era/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/09/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-considered-a-kafir-in-1884-before-his-wild-claims/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/26/some-rare-books-from-the-1901-1902-era-which-refute-mgas-claim-to-prophethood/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/30/maulvi-sanuallah-acknowledges-that-mga-claimed-prophethood-in-nov-1901/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/10/12/mirza-sultan-ahmad-son-of-hazrat-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-on-finality-of-prophethood/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/11/eik-ghalti-ka-izala-aka-correction-of-an-error-was-re-published-on-march-1-1914/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/16/hani-tahir-explains-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-prophethood-and-pre-1901-vs-post-1901/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/11/21/a-few-months-after-becoming-khalifa-mirza-mahmud-ahmad-waffled-on-his-fathers-prophethood/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/06/27/do-ahmadis-believe-in-the-same-kalima-as-muslims/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/30/mga-explains-how-he-misunderstood-his-prophethood-in-1880-and-realized-it-later-on/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/23/noorudin-didnt-care-if-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-claimed-even-law-bearing-prophethood/

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Who is Mirza Aziz Ahmad? The eldest grandson of MGA, the son of Mirza Sultan Ahmad



Intro

Mirza Aziz Ahmad, was the eldest grandson of MGA.  His photo can be found here: http://www.ahmadiyyagallery.org/Personalities/Companions-of-The-Promised-Messiah/i-NnN2fSd/A

He seems to have taken bait with MGA in 1906, however, the reason is not given, he lived right next door to MGA and his family and must have known them very well, his father, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was never home in Qadian, he was always working and thus on the road.  It is also unclear whether Mirza Sultan Ahmad had any other children, his wife’s status is also unknown. Further, Mirza Aziz Ahmad was never heard from ever again in any Ahmadiyya history.  I have found un-verified sources that claim that his mother was Sharifa Begum and his daughter was Naseera Begum.  https://www.geni.com/people/Hazrat-Mirza-Aziz-Ahmad/314417855120008459

Some references

” In a dream that I saw on October 20, 1899, I saw a boy whose name was ‘Aziz and his father’s name began with Sultan. That boy was brought before me and was seated before me. I noticed that he was slim of body and had a fair complexion. My interpretation of the dream is that ‘Aziz means one who is honoured; and Sultan, who in the dream was understood to be the boy’s father, means a conclusive reason or argument such as is self-evident and carries its appeal to the hearts on account of its shining brightness. Sultan derives its meaning from authority and is not applied to every kind of argument but only to such a one as takes possession of the hearts on account of its acceptability and brightness and completely rules over gentle and reasonable minds. Thus the interpretation of the dream is that a Sign which will take possession of people’s hearts will be shown and its result, or, in other words, its child, will be that I will become dear to the hearts of people and this has been shown allegorically in my dream in the shape of ‘Aziz.” (Appendix, Tiryaqull Qulub, No,4 Page 2 footnote, Ruhani Khazain Volume 15, Pages 505,506 and Announcement of October 22, 1899, Majum’ah Ishtiharat, Volume 3, Pages 172-173)

 

Hazrat Mirza Bashir Ahmad stated:

 

Hadrat Sheikh Ya‘qub ‘Ali ‘Irfani ra writes: “The said dream has been published with a symbolic interpretation. He said clearly that he had seen ‘Aziz Ahmad son of Mirza Sultan Ahmad. (al-Hakam, March 10, 1906 page 1)

 

This is how the dream was fulfilled. At the end of February 1906, about six years after the dream, Hadrat Mirza ‘Aziz Ahmad, son of Hadrat Mirza Sultan Ahmad took the pledge of allegiance at the hand of the Promised Messiahas and joined the Ahmadiyyah Jama‘at. The fact that Mirza ‘Aziz Ahmad is shown in the dream in relationship to Mirza Sultan Ahmad also shows that it was destined that Mirza Sultan Ahmad would join the Jama‘at and thus become a spiritual, as well as physical, son. Alhamdulillah, he took the bai‘at at the hand of his younger brother Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IIra and joined the Jama‘at of the Promised Messiahas ” (Tadhkirah, Page 445)

February 1914
He seems to have written an english translation in this edition of the ROR.

His son died recently, –Feb–2018
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/06/the-grandson-of-mirza-aziz-ahmad-has-died/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/13/mirza-sultan-ahmad-mgas-eldest-son/

Mirza Sultan Ahmad, MGA’s eldest son, 1856–1931

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He was born in 1856 (MGA is reported to have said in Seeratul Mahdi that he was 16 years old when Mirza Sultan Ahmad was born), this also proves that MGA was born in 1840.  Mirza Sultan Ahmad was thus the eldest surviving son, representative of the family to the British Governement.  Dard was forced to promote the idea that MGA was born in 1835, thus, he tells us that MGA was 16 when he got married, which indirectly lands on 1851 as MGA’s year of marriage and 1853 as the year that Mirza Sultan Ahmad was born via Dard (see page 38) .  “The Punjab Chiefs”, 1909 edition erroneously wrote that he was born in 1876.  Furthermore, he was writing essays in the mid 1870’s and sending them to newspapers.  In 1883, when MGA’s brother died, Mirza Sultan Ahmad became the head of the family, he had been adopted by his uncle, since his uncle’s only child (son) died in 1868 (his name was Abdul Qadir)(See Punjab Chiefs, 1890 edition).  In the same time-frame (1883-1884)(MGA mentions this story) he entered government service as a “Naib-tahsilidar”, which in english is “Assistant-Regional-Tax Collector”, he held this position til at least 1890.  He also married the daughter of Mirza Imam ud Din, who was an enemy of MGA over the Muhamamdi Begum saga.  Which means that the Mirza family always had at least one family member in government service.  By 1909, he was ‘Extra-Assistant-Commissioner”, this is still a person who makes sure that land-taxes are properly collected.  Thus, people would almost worship Mirza Sultan Ahmad and the entire Mirza family.  MGA was never considered for government service since his mental state was known to all.  He also the official “lambardar” of Qadian.  That means that all property taxes were collected by him and then turned in to the British government.  However, Mirza Sultan Ahmad doesn’t actually collect the taxes from land in Qadian, his uncle, Nizam ud Din collects it on his behalf.  Nizam ud Din was the cousin of MGA, the brother of Imam-ud-Din and thus the uncle of Mirza Sultan Ahmad, Griffin erroneously writes that Nizam ud Din is the cousin of Mirza Sultan Ahmad.  We are unsure as to when Nizam ud Din took over, however, the case of the wall seems strange when you consider who was collecting tax.  Mirza Sultan Ahmad was barely ever in Qadian and left MGA alone.  And finally, his son seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya in 1906.

During the Muhammadi Begum saga, despite the fact that MGA disinherited him in the early 1890’s as a reprisal for non-cooperation in the father’s quest to marry Muhammadi Begum, he still lived a luxurious life.  When he died in 1931, it is unclear as to who inherited his property and etc.

Roughly 1850–MGA was an embarrassment
MGA was an embarrassment per his father.

Roughly 1860—-Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was not allowed to raise his sons
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/13/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-not-allowed-to-teach-his-eldest-sons/

The 1865 pension incident, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was roughly 9 years old
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/03/a-young-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-stole-his-daddys-pension-money-and-was-punished-by-never-being-able-to-see-his-mother-again/

1874–1877
Dard tells us that Mirza Sultan Ahmad wrote articles in defense of Islam and had them published by a newspaper, the Mushur-e-Muhammadi.  See Dard, page 57.  Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s essays were published in these editions, Manshur-e-Muhammadi (Vol. 3, No. 23; Vol. 5, No. 1; Vol. 5, No. 4; Vol. 5, No. 13; Vol. 6, Nos. 2 &. 30).

1883, Mirza Qadir Ahmad died abruptly, Mirza Sultan Ahmad takes control of the Mirza estate
As soon as MGA’s father died (1876), MGA’s cousins filed legal suit against Mirza Qadir Ahmad and the Mirza Ghulam Murtaza estate.  They seem to have won the case by 1883, and thus caused their cousin, Mirza Ghulam Qadir to die abruptly.  He was barely 50 years old at that this time.

Roughly 1884, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was testing for the post of tahsildar
“””I remember that about three months ago my son wrote to me that he had appeared in the competitive examination for the post of tahsildar and he asked me to pray that he might be successful and emphasized his request with great humility and earnestness. Rather than being sympathetic, I reacted angrily upon reading the letter because of his great concern and anxiety about a worldly matter. Immediately after reading it, I destroyed the letter with great dislike and aversion, being reluctant to make a supplication in respect of a worldly affair to my Lord. As soon as I destroyed the letter, I received the revelation :

[Urdu] Will be successful.

This wonderful revelation was also communicated to several people and in fact he succeeded in the examination. [Allah be praised for this].

[Letter dated May 11, 1884, addressed to Navvab ‘Ali Muhammad Khan of Jhajjar and al-Hakam, vol. 3, no. 34 dated September 23, 1899, pp. 1, 2.] {{See also, 2009 online version of Tadhkirah, page 150-151}}

His marriages
His first wife seems to have died by roughly 1883, he then married his first-cousin, the daughter of Imam ud Din, Dard doesn’t give the year.  The year is important since if it was before the Muhammadi Begum Saga or after, it makes a big difference.  We suspect that it was in 1883.

Dard’s comments, see page 704:

“””Sultan Ahmad’s first wife has died and his present wife is the daughter of Imam Din, and his sister is Sultan Ahmad’s aunt. It is this aunt of Sultan Ahmad,who is Imam Din’s sister, that stops our people in conspiracy with Imam Din. I have also heard her with my own ears. Imam Din’s sister has said within my own hearing; “These people are the enemies of my brothers, Imam Din and Nizam Din. I am allied to my brothers, I do not want them to take water from this well, stop them.” I have heard her say so many times. Sultan Ahmad is against me. One reason for this is that he was adopted as a son by Mirza Ghulam Qadir and thus made a sharer of half of my property. It is therefore to his interest that he keeps with his aunt. The Ishtihar which the
defendant exhibits, dated May 2nd, 1891, is mine.”””

Mirza Sultan Ahmad was the family representative to the British Govt.  

In 1892, MGA disowned his son and divorced his mother
As soon as Mirza Ahmad Baig married his daughter to Mirza Sultan Muhammad, MGA disowned his son, since he sided with ALL of MGA’s family as against MGA’s wedding proposal to Muhammadi Begum.

In 1904, Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s only sibling, Mirza Fazl Ahmad, died
Mirza Fazl Ahmad is a strange case, he doesn’t seem to have gotten married or had children.  He simply died in 1904 in Montogomery, India.

Mirza Sultan Ahmad had 2 sons
One was Mirza Aziz Ahmad and the other was Mirza Rashid Ahmad.  Mirza Rashid Ahmad (born in 1903) was married to Amtul Salam Sahiba, They had a daughter that was eventually married Mirza Tahir Ahmad.  Her name was Asifa Begum (married to mirza tahir ahmad 1957–1992), they were married on the 5th of December, before Mirza Tahir Ahmad left for the UK, she was married to Mirza Tahir Ahmad for 35 years.  They had 4 daughters, Shaukat Jehan, Faiza, Yasmin Rehman Mona, Atiatul Mujib Tooba and one daughter who died in infancy.  Asifa Begum died of pancreatic cancer on April 3rd,1992.  

Mirza Tahir Ahmad and Asifa Begum’s daughters
Sahibzadi Shaukat Jehan Begum (wife of Sahibzada Mirza Safeer Ahmad Sahib)
Sahibzadi Faiza Luqman (wife of Sahibzada Mirza Luqman Ahmad Sahib, married in 1981)

——————Grandson–born pre-1984, named Usman
——————Granddaughter—born after 1984, named Nida
Sahibzadi Yasmin Rehman Mona (wife of Karim Khan)
Sahibzadi Atttiyal Habib Tooba (was married to Sultan Malik Sahib) (DIVORCED)

1906, Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s son joins Ahmadiyya, and MGA calls his grandmother a prostitute

It is interesting to note the Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s son, Aziz Ahmad, seems to have become ahmadi in Feb 1906.   As per Ahmadiyya records…then they quickly fabricated up a dream of MGA to this effect:

“””The said dream has been published with a symbolic interpretation. He said clearly that he had seen ‘Aziz Ahmad son of Mirza Sultan Ahmad. (al-Hakam, March 10, 1906 page 1)”””

Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s son, Mirza Aziz Ahmad
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/who-is-mirza-aziz-ahmad-the-eldest-grandson-of-mga-the-son-of-mirza-sultan-ahmad/

His career
Mirza Sultan had a very successful career as a senior government administrator, rising to be Deputy Commissioner during the British Raj. The record of how he managed riots in the Punjab in the absence of the British administrator is quite flattering.  In 1916, he is recorded as being Additional District Magistrate in Lahore (Paigham Sulh, 23 January, 1916, a Lahori periodical).

In addition to his career, he was also considered a distinguished literary figure in Lahore and is mentioned in several journals of the area.

He tried his best to stay at a distance from the religion founded by his father, and was never a member of his organisation, which was headed by his younger brother, Mirza Mahmud Ahmad, during the 1920s.

In the 1916 article mentioned above, he categorically and eloquently wrote:

“All the prophets gave good news of the coming of our Prophet, and our Prophet gave the good news of hundreds among his own followers who arose in Islam as abdal, aqtab, auliya [saints] and mujaddids [reformers]. … Prophethood was ended and spiritual benefits were made general in another form.”

His death
At his deathbed 1931, when he was not in full control of his faculties, his wife was manipulated by the leadership of the Qadiani Ahmadiyya into signing an affidavit that Mirza Sultan Ahmad had been initiated into the Qadiani organisation on his deathbed.  It would be highly unbecoming of an established well-grounded person like him to have had a deathbed conversion.

Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s birth per MGA
“Khan Bahadur Mirza Sultan Ahmad 1856 main paida huay” (seerat-ul-mahdi page-196-197)

Some scans

 

Also see here: http://ahmediorg.yuku.com/topic/3613/Did-Mirza-Sultan-Ahmad-join-Ahmadiyyat#.WHlMe1MrIdU

See here: http://wiki.qern.org/mirza-ghulam-ahmad/biography/family-and-progeny/mirza-sultan-ahmad

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/07/22/united-nations-appoints-prominent-ahmadi-muslim-barrister-mr-karim-asad-ahmad-khan-to-head-investigation-into-isis-war-crimes/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/01/mirza-tahir-ahmads-daughter-was-divorced-and-he-claims-he-knew-all-along/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/07/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-boycotted-the-funeral-of-his-own-saon-mirza-fazl-ahmad-1904/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Khursheed

https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Life-of-Ahmad.pdf

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Faizi

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/19/mirza-ghulam-ahmads-father-used-to-call-him-a-girlie-man/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/13/who-is-mirza-ghulam-qadir-1833-1883/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/15/who-is-mirza-ghulam-murtaza-1791-1876/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/16/who-is-murad-bibi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/18/who-is-mirza-ata-muhammad-died-in-1814/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/11/the-entire-mirza-family-was-above-the-law-in-british-india/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/08/even-in-1907-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-still-lusting-for-his-niece-muhammadi-begum/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/08/mir-nasir-nawab-the-father-in-law-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/11/who-is-mirza-nizam-ud-din-1845-the-first-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/24/mirza-imam-ud-din-the-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/13/mirza-sultan-ahmad-mgas-eldest-son/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/29/22-dancing-girls-were-brought-to-qadian-by-the-mirza-family-1848-ish/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/11/who-is-mirza-nizam-ud-din-1845-the-first-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/09/who-is-mirza-ghulam-muhi-ud-din-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-paternal-uncle-died-in-1866/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/07/the-punjab-chiefs-1909-edition-officially-states-that-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-born-in-1839/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/26/the-mirza-family-was-above-the-law-in-british-india/

https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Life-of-Ahmad.pdf

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/13/who-is-mirza-ghulam-qadir-1833-1883/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/06/mga-was-born-in-1839-per-the-ror-of-june-1906/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/07/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-boycotted-the-funeral-of-his-own-saon-mirza-fazl-ahmad-1904/

http://www.reviewofreligions.org/1573/forefathers-of-the-promised-messiahas/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/06/mgas-right-arm-was-disabled-he-cant-be-sultan-ul-qalam/

http://www.reviewofreligions.org/1573/forefathers-of-the-promised-messiahas/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/13/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-not-allowed-to-teach-his-eldest-sons/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/08/even-in-1907-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-still-lusting-for-his-niece-muhammadi-begum/

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“Mufti Muhammad Sadiq: Founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in the United States of America”

Intro
This entire entry was taken from the Ahmadiyya website.  It is about the life and times of Mufti Muhammad Sadiq.

The data

“Mufti Muhammad Sadiq: Founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in the United States of America”

 

By Dhost Muhammad Shahid, Historian of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

 

 

Khalifatul Masih II, the second successor to the Promised Mes­siah, said:

“Mufti Muhammad Sadiq sahib is also a very loyal devotee who has ren­dered innumerable services to Ahmadiyyat. He was very dear to the Promised Messiah and was consid­ered among the elect servants of Allah. God Almighty also blessed him with the op­portunity to propagate Islam during this period.” (Al-Fazl, July 24, 1924)

Family

 

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was a highly noble and godly personality in Ahmadiyyat. He was a descendent of Uthman, son of Affan, the third successor of the Holy Prophet. His ancestors migrated from Arabia to Iran and then reached Punjab [India] during the reign of Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi and settled in Multan and Pakpatan and served as qazis (judges) under the then Government. During the reformation reign of Aurangzeb, a religious scholar of his family was appointed mufti (scholar) in the ancient city of Bhera in Northern Punjab and consequently the family came to settle there.

His father, Mufti Inayatullah, had passed away before Mirza Ghulam Ahmad pro­claimed to be the Promised Messiah. His mother, Faiz Bibi, joined Ahmadiyyat between 1896 and 1897. After her bai’at (initiation) when she was returning to Bhera from Qadian, the Promised Messiah walked up to the tonga (cart) stand to bid farewell to Mufti Muhammad Sadiq and his respected mother. The Promised Messiah had ordered some food for their journey but it was brought unpacked. The Promised Messiah tore-up a yard of cloth from his turban and gave them the food wrapped in it.

Birth, Early Education, and Bai’at

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was bom on January 11, 1872, at Bhera in Mufti Mohallah. After completing his matriculation (Entrance Examination) in his hometown, he was appointed as an English teacher in Jammu High School in 1890 with some assistance from Maulana Nooruddin Bhervi. He visited Qadian for the first time at the end of the same year and was initiated at the sacred hand of the Promised Messiah on January 31, 1891. Dr. Sadiq himself writes:

“I joined service in Jammu High School in 1890 after completing my Entrance Examination. Another teacher, my namesake (the late Maulvi Fazil Muhammad Sadiq), and I were living in the same house. It was at a time when the Promised Messiah’s book Fath Islam (Victory of Islam) reached Jammu (or probably its pages were sent to Maulvi Nooruddin for proofreading). My friend and I read it together. The book contained in it a de­tailed account of the death of Masih-i-Nasri (Jesus of Nazareth) and the first pronouncement of the claim of [Mirza Ghulam Ahmad] to be the Promised Messiah. I wrote down some questions and for­warded those to the Promised Messiah. Hadhrat Maulvi Abdul Kareem sahib, who was in Jammu during those days, in­formed me verbally that a book is being published shortly and will also have an­swers to all those questions.

I came to Qadian during winter va­cation of December 1890. I travelled alone on horse carriage from Batala and paid twelve anas in fare. I had an in­troductory letter from Hadhrat Maulvi Nooruddin which was presented to the Promised Messiah on my arrival. Hadhur came out of his house and, told me that [Mauvi Abdul Karim] had written well about me and asked if I had taken my meals. His Holiness then re­turned to his house after a short while. There was one other guest before me (the late Syed Fazal Shah) and Hafiz Shiekh Hamid was there to look after the guests. The Round Room (Gol Kamra) served as the guest house and was not surrounded by three walls at that time. Syed Fazal Shah and I slept in that room at night. At prayer time, His Holiness came to Masjid Mubarak, known also as “Small Mosque.” Hadhur’s face looked bright. He was wearing a white turban, his beard was dyed with henna and he was hold­ing a walking stick in hand.

Next morning, when Hadhur came out of his living quarters, all three of us (Syed Fazal Shah, Hafiz Hamid Ali and myself) went out for a walk with His Holiness in the open through the growing crops towards the east side of the village. During this first walk, I asked Hadhur how can one be protected from a sinful living? Hadhur said that one should always remember one’s death. When man forgets that he has to die one day he becomes intoxicated with high hopes about the future and begins to dream that he would do this and he would do that. He becomes lax and fearless to commit sins.

Syed Fazal Shah asked what is meant by the saying that the Promised Messiah would appear at a time when the sun will rise from the West. Hadhur said that it is a Law of Nature that the Sun rises in the East and sets in the West and this can’t be changed. It sim­ply means that the people in the West will begin accepting Islam. We have heard that some English in Liverpool have joined Islam.

Although I can recall only these two exchanges during this walk yet there was some special force attracting me towards Hadhur to accept the truth of his claim and offer myself for bai’at. His face looked so holy: His claim could not be false.

On the second or third day I told Hafiz Hamid Ali that I would like to be initiated. Those days all Bai’ats were conducted individually. I followed Hadhur into a separate room with a charpai (cot) in it. I sat next to Hadhur on this charpai (cot) and His Holiness held my right hand in his right hand and asked me to affirm the ten conditions of bai’at. Each condition was not sepa­rately repeated. Hadhur only referred to them as the Ten Conditions.

Love and Devotion for the Promised Messiah in His Youth

Sadiq stayed in Jammu for five years. He started teaching Mathematics in Islamia High School at Lahore in August-September 1895, before joining the Office of Accountant General as a clerk, where he worked till 1901.

During his stay in Jammu, Mufti Sahib had been preparing to take B.A. Degree Examination in English, Arabic and Hebrew but after his Bai’at, he was so enamored with love and became so dedi­cated to the Promised Messiah that he spent all his school vacations at Qadian. While he was em­ployed in Lahore, he was visiting Qadian almost every Sunday to see the Promised Messiah. He meticulously noted Hadhur’s sayings and shared with others at Lahore and with friends abroad which enlightened their hearts and increased their faith manifold. Mufti Sadiq writes:

“It became my routine to carefully note down all the sacred sayings of the Promised Messiah from the day of my Bai’at. These collected notes were then sent to kind friends in Kashmir, Kapoor Thala, Anbala, Lahore, Sialkot, Africa and London to nourish their faith and to attain my requital. Friends at Lahore used to gather around me for spiritual nourishment when they heard that I had returned from our Imam in Darul-Amaan (i.e., Qadian). Thirsty souls were satiated with the pure and wholesome spiritual water which further increased their thirst and longing for our Beloved.

Maulana Abdul Karim of Sialkot in January 1900, wrote the fol­lowing, citing the noble example of Mufti Sadiq’s devotion:

“I see Mufti Muhammad Sadiq here on every day he has leave from work. He, like an eagle, is ready to pounce upon any spare moment to snatch it away from the powerful worldly forces to be in the company of his beloved Master.

O my dear brother, may Allah be­stow upon you steadfastness and bless your efforts and make you a worthy model for others in our Community. His Holiness has also said “Mufti Sadiq Sahib is the only one given to us from La­hore”. Mufti Sahib is a young man with meager income and has other responsibilities. If he is not a perfect picture of devotion then how can it be that like mad he has broken all chains to reach Batala not caring whether it is day or night, summer or winter, rain or storm, and sometimes arriving here at Qadian on foot in the middle of the night. The Jama’at should learn a lesson from the character of this young devotee.”

Services During the Blessed Life of the Promised Messiah

Sadiq was fortunate to serve Is­lam in several ways during the times of the Prom­ised Messiah:

  1. Bishop George Alfred Lefroy gave a public lecture in Lahore on “Living Messenger and Innocent Prophet” (Zinda Rasool aur Masoom Nabi) on May 18, 1900. The public was given the opportunity to ask questions after the speech. Dr. Sadiq stood up and ren­dered the Bishop speechless.

  1. The Arch Bishop of Lahore arranged another public lecture on May 25 to avenge his prior defeat. The Promised Messiah wrote an article at the request of Mufti Sadiq that was read by him with great enthusi­asm to the audience after Bishop’s lecture. The city of Lahore became alive with the slogans of “Allahu Akbar” (God is the Greateset) by Muslims. The Bishop was overwhelmed and said: “My addressees are for other Muslims only. You are an Ahmadi and I will not talk to you.”

  1. At the time when the book Minanur-Rahman (Bounties of the Gracious God) was being composed by the Promised Messiah, Dr. Sadiq was directed to learn Hebrew. He learnt enough Hebrew from a Jewish scholar at Lahore to prepare a list of words for Hadhur to provide proof that Hebrew also had its origin in the Arabic language.

Dr. Sadiq also researched the Hebrew Bible to identify the prophecies related to the advent of the Holy Prophet of Islam and the Promised Messiah and some of those are recorded in He­brew on pages 111 and 138 of Tohfa-i-Golarhviyya (A Gift for Golarhviyya). He also used to copy-write the text of Hebrew extracts (as included in His Holiness’ booklet Ar’baeen IV, Page 8, related to the prophecy of false Prophets).

  1. Mufti Sadiq was deeply committed to spread­ing the truth right from the beginning. He
    started propagation of Islam in 1900 through letter writing to famous personalities of the
    time in England, America, Japan, etc., includ­ing Mr. James L. Rogers (California), A.
    George Baker (Philadelphia), Mr. Alexander Webb (America), Russian reformer Count Tolstoy, Mr. Piggot of London. The Urdu translation of his letters to the Congress of European Free Thinkers (held in Italy 1904) is included in his book Zikr-i-Habeeb. He continued his ‘Jehad’ with pen all the rest of his life.

  1. Mufti Sadiq wrote all the pamphlets on behalf of Jama’at Ahmadiyya, Lahore, in 1900 to provide true facts about Peer Mehr Ali Shah of Golarha. His booklet entitled “The Actual Facts” is a memorable publication of this pe­riod.

Migration to Qadian: Headmaster of Taleem-ul-Islam High School, and Editor, Al-Badr

Mufti Sadiq migrated to Qadian, July, 1901 to settle permanently near his Spiritual Master, the Promised Messiah. He served as Secondmaster in the beginning but became Head­master of Taleem-ul-lslarn High School in 1903. He was appointed Manager and Superintendent and Professor of Logic when the college was opened on May 24, 1903.

After their migration to Qadian, for one year Mufti Sadiq and his family were provided meals of Langar Khana as directed by the Promised Messiah. Mufti Sadiq’s request to cook his own meals was turned down several times. After one year he wrote again:

“I would like to reduce my burden on the Langar Khana and receive re­quital from God Almighty.”

His Holiness, in response to this request, wrote:

“Permission is now granted as you have been insisting on this again and again although you would not have re­ceived less requital if you were eating from Langar Khana.”

Mufti Sadiq became very ill in 1904. His re­spected mother was in Qadian and asked Hadhur to pray for his recovery. Hadhur said:

“We always pray for him. You think you love Sadiq because he is your son. The fact is that we love him more than his mother.” [Sadiq recovered from his illness.]

He was appointed the Editor of Al-Badr in 1905 and the following announcement which ap­peared in Al-Badr was written by His Holiness himself:

In the Name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful. We praise Him and call down blessings on His Noble Messenger. Announcement: I am pleased to write these few lines to state that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Bhervi is now appointed the Edi­tor of Al-Badr in place of the late Munshi Muhammad Afzal. Munshi sahib passed away according to the Laws of God Almighty and we are ever thankful to Him for His blessings and the re­wards. He has provided the newspaper with good substitute. He is a well known member of our Jama’at and is a pious and able young man and we cannot find words to describe all his qualities. I feel that with blessings and mercy from Allah, it is a good fortune for this news­paper to get such an able and pious editor. May Allah bless his work and make good his performance. Ameen, thumma ameen.

Khaksar,

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

23 Moharramul-Haraam, 1323 Hijri

March 30, 1905, A.D.

Mufti Sadiq continued as Editor of Al-Badr till 1915. Al-Badr like Al-Hakam is a historical chronicle of the early History of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam and its splendid services can never be forgotten. These newspapers were re­garded as two hands of the Promised Messiah. Mufti Sadiq was included as a member in the deputation dispatched by the Promised Messiah in 1908 to Guru Harsehai in District Ferozepur to investigate the existence of a pothy (a small book) which was said to have been used by Guru Baba Nanak Ji (commonly regarded as the Founder of Sikhism). The members of deputation discovered that the “pothy” was [actually] the Holy Qur’an in miniature used by Hadhrat Baba Nanak. Mufti Sadiq presented the complete report to His Holiness which is also included in Hadhur’s book Chashma-i-Ma’refat (The Foun­tain of Knowledge, page 337).

Mufti Sadiq had the added responsibility of handling all correspondence for His Holiness after the death of Maulana Abdul Karim in 1905. Just before his passing, Hadhur wrote the following note on April 12, 1908, to Mufti Sadiq, summoning him to come to Lahore from Qadian:

“Please come for a week to answer all these large number of letters. I would also like to see you. It is urgent.”

This was the last letter His Holiness wrote to Mufti Sadiq from Ahmadiyya Buildings, Lahore. Mufti Sadiq arrived immediately and set up a temporary office of Al-Badr in Lahore and stayed there till Hadhur’s departure from this world.

Mufti Sadiq was described as “sincere friend,” “truly affectionate” and “a noble member of Ahmadiyya Jama’at” for his utmost love, dedica­tion and enthusiasm for service. His Holiness in a poster dated October 22, 1899, wrote:

“Mufti Muhammad Sadiq is one of the sincere friends in my Jama’at. Like his name he is Truly Affectionate.”

It was narrated by Maulana Sher Ali that: “Hadhur had great affection for all his khuddam but I had the feeling that Hadhur had a special affection for Mufti Sadiq. Whenever he mentioned Mufti Sadiq, Hadhur would say ‘Our Mufti Sahib.’”

Important Services Rendered During the First Khilafat

Mufti Sadiq besides his editorial re­sponsibility of Al-Badr undertook travel through­out India to propagate Ahmadiyyat, the True Islam, during the Khilafat of Maulana Nooruddin Bhervi, Khalifatul Massih I. He visited many Ahmadiyya chapters in the Punjab in addition to his travels to Alighar, Muzaf-far Nagar, Meeratth, Kanpur, Ottawa, Lukhnow, Shah Jahan Pur, Jamal Pur, Mungher, Suran Gharh, Bhagal Pur, Benaras, Chirhya Kot, Shah Abad, Agra, Lukhnow, and states of Kapoorthala and Jammu. He also made every effort to establish Ahmadiyya Press on firm footing and make it stronger. (Details are a public record published in Al-Badr and Al-Fazl).

Some Important Services Rendered During Second Khilafat

In the reign of Second Khilafat, he rendered religious services in many ways. During the first three years, he was actively involved in Jihad through speeches. He delivered deeply thoughtful and full of guidance lectures to audience in big cities like Benaras, Calcutta, Songhra, Dacca, Hy­derabad Deccan, Madras, Dehli and Lahore.

Departure for England

Mufti Sadiq left for England on March 10, 1917 as a missionary. He remained involved in the propagation of Islam during his voyage. He reached London on April 17, 1917, and joined Qazi Muhammad Abdullah who was already active in spreading the message of Islam. Mufti Sadiq spent about two and a half years in England and published many tracts during his stay. He preached the message of Islam to important personalities including King George V and the Queen of England, Secretary of State, Lord Montego, the British Prime Minister, Lord Mayor of London, and Prince Yori Hito Hakashi Foshi of Japan. Mufti Sadiq delivered public speeches in Hyde Park, Central Hall, Mission House, and in various churches in London. He was awarded honorary degrees and diplomas for his contribution to religious knowledge.

He debated with Christian Preachers and planned to convey the message of the Holy Quran in churches in every possible way. About one hun­dred noble souls entered the True Islam. Mufti Sadiq wrote the following letter from England which was read at Qadian’s Annual Ahmadiyya Muslim Convention:

“The objective for which I was dis­patched lo England by our Imam, Khalifatul-Masih II, is being achieved during the last two and a half years with the joint efforts of my dear brother Qazi Abdullah. Almost one hundred individuals have accepted Islam and the flag of Ahmadiyyat is now hoisted in the center of London, Lectures were deliv­ered in and around London, thousands of pamphlets and booklets have been distributed, debates were held and the opponents were challenged and the message of Islam has reached the kings, and the rich and the poor of England. Many reports have been published by the newspapers with our pictures. All of this has happened because of Allah’s grace and help in spite of the difficulties created by the World War. Our hope is Allah and our success in the future is in Allah’s hand. When I was directed by Khalifatul Masih II, in Qadian, to travel to England, I spent the night be­fore departure in reciting la haula wa la quwwata ilia billah (there is no protec­tion and there is no power but of Allah). This prayer is the most appropriate summary of our efforts and success in England.”

Mission in the United States of America

When Mufti Sadiq was in England, the Leader of the Faithful, Khalifatul Masih II, directed him to establish the first Ahmadiyya mis­sion in America. Mufti Sadiq sailed from England on January 26, 1920, and reached Philadelphia in the second week of February. The immigration department blocked his entry into the U.S.A. on the grounds that he was not allowed to preach the message of God. He faced the whole situation with great courage and patience and filed an appeal to the Department of Justice in Washington for entry. He also informed Khalifatul Masih who prophe­sied that “America cannot and will not stop our entry into the country to establish our mission.”

Mufti Sadiq’s appeal was granted. He had started preaching on the coast even before he was granted entry into the country. The newspapers, including the Public Religions, had already begun to publish reports on Ahmadiyya Muslim beliefs, and objective and purpose of tabligh(preaching) in Islam.

After nearly two months Mufti Sadiq came lo New York. He rented a room but was given a no­tice by the landlady to vacate it because of some instigation by some Christian preachers. He found another place and continued “Jihad Akbar,” the greatest Jihad of preaching, with all the vigor and dedication, the message of Islam for three and half years, the period of his stay in America. The Ah­madiyya Muslim Mission was established on strong footings and he soon started the Muslim Sunrise, the voice of true Islam. The first issue was published in July 1921, and 3,000 copies were printed and distributed free from 74 Victor Ave­nue, Highland Park, Mich., U.S.A. This issue had the full size picture of Khalifatul Masih II and his message for local Ahmadi Muslims. The first House of Allah for Prayer was estab­lished in Detroit. A dedicated and sincere Jama’at began to emerge in response to Mufti Sadiq’s prayers and efforts. He wrote:

“I prayed for three things when I left England for America: a sincere Jama’at of Ahmadi Muslims, construction of a Mosque and starting a new Journal. In spite of all the difficulties, God Al­mighty has answered my prayers and gave me a sincere Jama’at during the first year, ‘The Muslim Sunrise’ was started in the second year and a Mosque and a house was constructed during the third year.”

In one of his reports from America, Mufti Sadiq wrote:

“I am not worried about facing big opposition because God is with me and I am supported by the prayers of Khalifatul Masih and pious and noble mem­bers of our community. Almost every night I meet with the Promised Messiah or Khalifatul Masih I, or Hadhrat Fazl-i-Umar (second caliph): My days are spent with strangers but my nights are with my own.”

Chicago and Highland Park were established as the centers of his preaching efforts during 1920-21. One day, he was passing through a street in Chi­cago when a small girl with great joy pointed to her mother: “Look, Mother, Jesus Christ has come.” Mufti Sadiq, when interviewed by the par­ents of the little girl, said: “I am a mere servant of the Promised Messiah, not a Christ.”

Every Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock, Mufti Sadiq had a regular general meetings scheduled to deliver lectures on specific subjects and then an­swered questions from the audience. He was also invited by different societies and churches to talk about the True Islam. Reports of these educational lectures were being published in the press all over the country in America. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Literature Degree by Jefferson University of Chicago for his contribution to education and services to human welfare. He was also elected as a member of The Press Congress of The World.

In a public lecture on February 15, 1921, Mufti Sahib challenged the Christian World to follow the noble example of love and religious tolerance set by the Holy Prophet of Islam who had allowed the Chris­tian deputation from Najran to conduct their relig­ious services inside his Mosque. Are the Christians so tolerant to let me say my Prayer in their Church? The Christian clergy absolutely refused to allow this. This news was well covered by the na­tional press reporters.

Mufti Sadiq gave a talk on Islam to a gathering of respectable citizens al the invitation of a French Bishop. Someone in the audience commented “we used to send missionaries to India, now India has sent one to America.” “India does not need mis­sionaries nor can they be effective there in the presence of a Reformer chosen by God Almighty Himself,” Mufti Sadiq replied.

An American lady wrote to Mufti Sahib that in a dream she saw herself being guided by a pious man from India. Mufti Sahib sent her some photo­graphs. She identified the picture of the Promised Messiah as her noble guide.

Return to Qadian Darul Aman

Hadhrat Mufti Sadiq after successfully complet­ing his mission in America left for Qadian on Sep­tember 18, 1923, and arrived in Darul Aman on December 4, 1923 in the afternoon. He was received by Khalifatul Masih II along with a large number of people who greeted him with re­sounding welcome words of ahlan wa sahlan wa marhaba and mubarakbad in this sacred city of Qadian.

After Maghrib Prayer, Hadur led the congre­gation in a long silent prayer to thank our Almighty God. A brief but very moving address was then delivered by Mufti Sadiq with Hadhur’s permis­sion:

“I could never imagine that I would be able to deliver the Message of Islam in Western countries in my old age and survive with all my human weaknesses. Long journeys and difficult living con­ditions did not affect my health adversely and certain plans to kill me also failed with Allah’s help and protection. My success is a miracle; it is a miracle of Mahmood’s prayers.”

Exemplary Services Rendered for Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya

Mufti Sadiq was appointed as Secretary of Anjuman Ahmadiyya after his return from Amer­ica. He very ably discharged his responsibilities. Khalifatul Masih II ap­pointed Mirza Bashir Ahmad and Mufti Sadiq local Deputy Ameers at the time of his departure to Europe in 1924. Hadur said:

“Mufti Muhammad Sadiq is an old devotee who has rendered many services to Ahmadiyya Movement. He was considered a very close and affec­tionate khadim of the Promised Mes­siah; he was blessed by Allah with an opportunity to spread the message of True Islam in the life time of the Promised Messiah, too.”

Different departments were joined together with Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya (central executive body of the Community) in 1926 and Mufti Sadiq served as Head of Foreign Affairs, and later as Head of General Affairs, sometimes supervising both divisions. He also continued to pursue writing and public speaking.

He visited Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) in 1927. A Christian priest had challenged the Muslims in Colombo for a debate and Muslims asked Khalifatul Masih II for help. Mufti Sadiq was dispatched for the purpose. He received a joyous welcome from the Muslims in Colombo but the Padre had fled the area before his arrival. His lectures were arranged in the local town hall and colleges and widely covered by the newspapers “The Daily Ceylon” and “The Daily News.” The Ceylonese were greatly impressed by his spiritual person guided by Allah’s light. He also visited Candi to deliver more lectures on Is­lam.

Mufti Sadiq returned to Qadian on November 6, 1927, after completing his mission in Ceylon. He then visited several cities in India (including Kinanoor Cant., Paingadi, Calicut, Bengalore, Calcutta, Brahman Barhya, Dacca, Rangpur) at the direction of Khalifatul Masih II for Tabligh purposes. During 1928, he visited Ka­rachi and Calcutta. He travelled to Sri Lanka once again to introduce the teachings of True Islam.

Mufti Sadiq visited Kashmir in 1934 and with hard work and diligence collected historical information about the grave of Prophet Jesus. He published one of his educational masterpieces under the title, “Tehqiq-i-Jadeed Muta’allaq Qabr-i-Masih” (Modern Research About the Grave of Masih). He became Private Secretary to Khalifatul Masih II in 1935.

He conducted the Nikah ceremony of Khalifatul Masih II with Syedah Maryam Siddiqa on September 30, 1935, and delivered a faith-inspiring address at the time. He retired himself from the day-to-day duties of Sadr Anjuman in 1937 because of ill health but continued to render religious services as usual.

Addresses at Jalsa Salana

Mufti Sadiq was a bright star of the sacred stage of the Annual Convention. He effectively expressed his true sentiment of dedication and stirred the empathy of the listeners. He used to speak at length on his favorite subject “Zikr-i-Habeeb” (Remembering the Beloved Promised Messiah), a very popular and well liked title. His lustrous delivery always created a living link between the listeners and the time and days of the Promised Messiah and Mahdi warming the hearts and drowning the eyes in tears.

Death

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Bhervi, may Allah be pleased with him, passed away on January 13, 1957. Khalifatul Masih II led the Namaz-i-Janaza (Funeral Prayer) of this devotee of the Promised Messiah. He was buried in Bahishti Maqbara, Rabwah, Pakistan,

Tributes of Approbation

Mirza Bashir Ahmad, the son of the Promised Messiah, wrote about Mufti Sadiq at the time of his passing:

Iman (Faith) is of two kinds: First is the Iman that stems from the brain and acceptance is based upon intellec­tual and logical arguments. Second is the Iman that flows from the depth of the heart and is born of love and devo­tion. The latter is considered superior to the former. However, the best Iman is the one which has its roots both in the heart and mind drawing sustenance and strength both from the love and devo­tion of the heart and logic and reason.”

“Hadhrat Mufti sahib had attained this highest kind of faith. He remained in the vanguard of Jihad Akbar with other companions of the Promised Messiah all his life. People were naturally attracted towards the magnetic personality of the Re­former of the age through Mufti Sadiq’s intellectual arguments and the conviction of heart. Zikr-i-Habeeb was his favorite subject and he had a special talent in presenting small incidents from the life of the Promised Messiah in a most effective way that was the joy of Annual Convention participants.”

Spiritual Status of Hadhrat Mufti Sadiq

Hadhrat Mufti Sadiq is ranked very high among those companions of the Promised Messiah who were naturally inclined towards Allah from their very childhood. He witnessed many signs of accep­tance of prayer of the Promised Messiah in his life. His life was a sign itself. The Promised Messiah writes:

“I see a remarkable change in thou­sands of my followers and consider them far superior in faith to those who followed Moses in his lifetime. Their faces reflect the light of faith of the companions of the Holy Prophet. It would be very unusual for my companions not to achieve spiritual heights. I know it is a miracle that my Jama’at excels in piety and spiritual progress.”

Now the Messiah of the time has appeared in the world.

It is an Eid (Celebration) Day which God has dawned for us.

Blessed is he who believes right now, for he joins the ‘Sahaba’ when he joins me,

And drinks of the same wine that was served to them.

So, Holy is He Who brings disgrace to my enemies.

(From a poem of the Promised Messiah, published in 1901).

Article adapted from Al Nahl’s Vol. 7, No. 3, a quarterly publication of Majlis Ansarullah, USA.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was dreaming about multiple women all the time

Intro
We have already shown how MGA was surrounded by women in closed quarters at Qadian and how this was unislamic in every way.  As soon as he got some money (1884) he arranged for his marriage, however, he wasn’t done, by 1886-1888, he was looking to take on another wife, and thus bring his total wive count to 3, he was also claiming that maybe his “Promised Son” would come from a 3rd marriage.  This seems to be a wet-dream or something.  It is important to note that Muhammadi Begum had just gotten married and thus MGA lost her, however, MGA was praying and openly claiming that Muhammadi Begum would eventually get married to MGA as a widow.  One interesting point, we are not sure what the Register of Miscellaneous Memoranda is, nothing of this nature was ever published by Ahmadiyya.  This reference also exists in the Urdu and 2004 english edition of Tadhkirah.  This story proves that MGA was in-fact a bon-vivant and womanized as soon as he got some money.

The quote from the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, see pages 256-257
July 25, 1892

“””This morning before dawn at 4:30 a.m. I saw a large house where my wife (Mahmud’s mother) and another woman were sitting. I filled a white water-skin with water and carried it into the house and poured the water into an earthen vessel of mine. When I had finished pouring the water, the other woman suddenly came over to me wearing a beautiful red dress. I saw that she was a young woman and was clad in red from top to toe. Perhaps it was netting
material. I thought to myself that this was the woman about whom I had published the announcement, but she appeared to me to have the features of my wife. It seemed that she
said or thought: ‘I have arrived.’ I responded: ‘O Allah, may she come.’ Then she embraced me and thereupon I woke up. [Allah be praised for all this.]  Two to four days before I had seen in a dream that [a woman of the name] Raushan Bibi [Lady of light] had come and was standing outside the door of my verandah and I was sitting inside. I said to her: ‘Come, Raushan Bibi,
do come in.””” [Register of Miscellaneous Memoranda by the Promised Messiahas, p. 33].

The quote from the 2004 english edition of Tadhkirah
“”””Translation: This morning at dawn I saw myself in a house where my wife (Mahmud’s mother) and another woman were sitting. I filled a white water-skin with water and carried it into the house and poured the water into an earthen vessel. When I had finished, the other woman came over to me suddenly wearing a beautiful red dress. I saw that she was a young woman and was clad in red from top to toe. The cloth was possibly knitted. I thought to myself that this was the woman for whom I had advertised but she appeared to me to have the features of my wife. She said or perhaps she thought: I have arrived; and I responded with: May Allah cause her to arrive. Then she embraced me and I woke up. Allah be praised for all this.

Two or three days before I had seen that a woman of the name Raushan Bibi (Lady of light) had come and was standing outside my door and I was sitting inside. I said to her: Come Raushan Bibi, do come in.”””” (Register of Miscellaneous Memoranda p. 33).

The scan from the urdu edition of Tadhkirah

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Who is Mirza Ahmad Baig Hoshiarpuri?

Intro
Mirza Ahmad Baig (also spelled Beg) from Hoshiarpur was the father of the famous Muhammadi Begum, she was his eldest daughter(see Dard pages 175-176), he died on 9-30-1892.  He was married to the elder sister of Mirza Imam ud Din, Mirza Nizam ud Din and Mirza Kamal ud Din, her name was Umar un Nissa (possibly in 1874).  Their father was Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din, this was Mirza Ahmad Baig’s father-in-law.  Umar-un-Nissa and Ahmad Baig had 4 children, 2 daughters, Inayat Begum and Mahmooda Begum and 2 sons, Mirza Mahmud Baig (See Haqiqatul Wahy, online english edition, page 697)and Muhammad Baig.  Ahmadiyya sources claim that they all eventually converted to Ahmadiyya (see Dard page 336 and See Haqiqatul Wahy, online english edition, page 697 ).  The Mirza family at Qadian and the Baig family at Hoshiarpur knew each other very well, in fact, MGA’s sister (Murad Bibi) was married to Mirza Ahmad Baig’s elder brother, Mirza Muhammad Baig in roughly the 1840’s, she died and had no children.  Mirza Ahmad Baig’s sister was also married to another cousin of MGA, Mirza Ghulam Hussain, the son of Mirza Ghulam Haidar, who was the brother of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and Mirza Ghulam Muhi ud Din.  In the below, we will give a chronological explanation of MGA’s interactions with Mirza Ahmad Baig, his brother-in-law.  Finally, it is rumored that Mirza Ahmad Baig was a follower of Nawab ud din Ramdasi, as was Mirza Sultan Muhammad and Muhammadi Begum.

Mirza Ahmad Baig’s siblings
—-Elder brother—Mirza Muhammad Baig who was married to MGA’s only sister (Murad Bibi).  They had no children at all.  Mirza Ahmad Baig had wanted MGA to sign over the property to him in 1888.  It is unclear whether MGA’s sister was still alive in 1888.

—-Sister–Imam Bibi, she was married to MGA’s first cousin, Mirza Ghulam Hussain in the 1850-60’s era.  He was missing from roughly 1863 to 1888.

—-Sister—Hurmat Bibi, she was married to Mirza Ali Sher Baig from Iqbal Ganj, Ludhiana.  They had a daughter that was married to MGA’s son (Mirza Fazl Ahmad) in roughly the early part of the 1880’s.  Mirza Ali Sher Baig was thus MGA’s brother-in-law from his first marriage.  Mirza Ali Sher Baig was MGA’s first wife’s (also named Hurmat Bibi) elder brother.

January 1886
In 1888 MGA claims that he mentioned a prophecy to Mirza Ahmad Baig a few years back (See Dard, page 172).  However, this is lie.  MGA was on good relations with Mirza Ahmad Baig until his father died and court cases were issued between the Mirza family in terms of land disbursement wherein MGA lost (1884).

Feb, 20th 1886
MGA publishes his famous announcement vs. Lekh Ram and about the Promised Son.  By 1888, MGA was connecting his proposed marriage with Muhammadi Begum to this prophecy also.  

June 8th, 1886
MGA writes letters to Noorudin wherein he claims that his God is ordering him to marry again for a 3rd time, and to thus have 3 wives.  These were published after MGA died , hence, they are tampered with.

June 20th, 1886
MGA writes another letter to Nooruddin wherein he says that he is afraid that he is commanded by his God to marry a 3rd time, and this is unavoidable (See Dard pages 173-174) .

February of 1888
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that in roughly February of 1888, Mirza Ahmad Baig seems to have came to Qadian and asked MGA to make a deal.  The issue was that Mirza Ahmad Baig’s sister (Imam Bibi) had been married to MGA’s cousin: Mirza Ghulam Hussain.  Mirza Ghulam Hussain had went missing for roughly 25 years (1863 to 1888).  He had lots of land in his and his wife’s possession, his wife possessed it for 25 years, however, per the rules of the Mirza family (Not Islam), if a person died with no children his land would revert to other family members.  However, this is unislamic, we are unsure where this tradition came from, however, the Mirza family was always playing this land-grabbing game.  Mirza Ahmad Baig and his sister (Imam Bibi) knew that when Imam Bibi would die, the land would revert to MGA at 50% (+Mirza Sultan Ahmad) and 50% to his cousins (see Nuzul ul Masih, via the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, pages 190-191) .  MGA knew that Mirza Ahmad Baig was desperate for concessions.  MGA then asked for his daughter in exchange for signing over the property to Mirza Ahmad Baig’s sister.

May 10th, 1888
The maternal uncles of Muhammadi Begum, Mirza Nizam-ud-Din and Mirza Imam-ud-Din, and also others of their party, not only publicized this matter verbally but also had Hazrat Mirza’s letters printed in newspapers to ensure the widest publicity.  Thus, the Nur Afshan published a letter from MGA to Ahmad Baig (See Dard, page 172).

June 1888
The Arya Patrika, Lahore, page 5 also covered the story (See Dard, page 172).

July 10th, 1888
In his Ishtihar he declared that if she was not married to MGA her father would die within three years of her marriage to anyone else, and her husband would die within 30 months and that other calamities would also overtake the family. This was to be a sign for MGA’s cousins and relations, who dared to flout the authority of the Supreme Being (See Dard, page 330).

July 15th, 1888
MGA publishes another announcement about his cousins and their upcoming deaths.

August 1888
By August of 1888, the entire Mirza family was against MGA and his marriage proposal for his niece.  The list includes all family members of MGA, which includes both of his sons, and all of his cousins (see Mujadid e Azim, online abridged version, pages 228-268, specifically page 253).

Aug 1888 to July 1890
2 years of total silence on this topic.

July 17th, 1890
MGA wrote a letter to Mirza Ahmad Baig offering him condolence at the death of his son, Mahmud (See Dard, page 331).

April 7th, 1892
Muhammedi Begum was married to Sultan Muhammad (see Dard, page 334).

September 30, 1892
Mirza Ahmad Baig dies (See the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 188).

February 1893
Ainah Kamalat-e-Islam is published which contains MGA’s prophecy about Mirza Ahmad Baig and Muhammadi Begum.  

The winter of 1893
MGA and his team of writers mentions the death of Mirza Ahmad Baig as a sign of MGA’s truth.  See “Shahada-tul Quran”, in english as “Testimony of the Quran”, see here a link to the english translation by the Lahori-Ahmadi’s.

“””(1) Mirza Ahmad Baig of Hoshiarpur should die within the limit of three years; (2) then his son-in-law, the husband of his elder daughter, should die within two and a half years; (3) Mirza Ahmad Baig should not die before the day of his daughter’s wedding; (4) the daughter too must not die before she is married, and then widowed, and then married a second time; (5) my humble self too should not die till all these events take place; (6) and then she should be married to myself. Obviously these events are not in human control. [Note 6]”””””

1897
In Anjam-e-Athim, MGA mentions his prophecy vs. his cousins and other close relations.

1902
Ahmadiyya newspapers report on 18 August 1902: Mirza Ahsan Baig formally requested to be part of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat. He was the grandson of Mirza Ahmad Baig, son-in-law of Mirza Ahmad Baig and brother-in-law of Muhammadi Begum.  He was married to one of the younger sisters of Muhammadi Begum.

Oct-1902
“””About eighteen years ago, I had an opportunity to visit Maulavi Muhammad Husain Batalavi, Editor of Isha‘atus- Sunnah at his house. He asked me whether I had received any revelation lately and I mentioned to him the revelation, which I had already mentioned several times to my friends:

[Arabic] A virgin and a widow.

I interpreted this to him and to all others to mean that: God has intended to bring two women to me in marriage—the first time a virgin and the second time a widow. The first part of the revelation, relating to a virgin, has been fulfilled By Allah’s grace, I have four sons from that wife. I await fulfilment of the part about the widow. “””[Tiryaqul-Qulub, p. 34, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 15, p. 201](See Also, the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, pages 50-51).

1907
In “Haqiqatul Wahy”, MGA mentions Mirza Ahmad Baig on pages, 219-220, 231, 233, 237, 238, 280, 492, 493, 576, 577, 696, 697, 710, 714, 715.  MGA basically says that even though Muhammadi Begum was still alive and married with children, the prophecy was conditional and thus fulfilled.

June-July 1908, Nooruddin comments on the failed prophecy of Muhammadi Begum
“””Now, I would like to remind all the Muslims who have had and still have faith in the Noble Qur’an that since those addressed in it include also their offsprings, successors and those like them, then, can this prophecy not include the daughter, of Ahmad Beg, or the daughter of that daughter ? Does your law of inheritance not apply the regulations regarding daughters to their daughters ? And are the offsprings of the Mirza not his agnates ? I had often told dear Mian Mahmood (Mian Bashiruddin Mahmood, a son of the Mirza and the second head of the Qadiani movement after Hakim Nuruddin. ) that even if the Mirza were to die and this girl did hot enter into his wedlock, my adoration of him would remain unshaken.”””” (Review of Religions, Vol. VII, no. 726, June and July, 1908, p. 279 (cited from Qadiani Mazhab).

October 1908
Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 is published.  MGA mentions Ahmad Baig on pages, 254, 255, 494, 495.

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In 1885, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad published a 31-month prophecy vs. his own family

Intro
Ahmadi’s are guilty of being fanatical and thus erasing the writings of MGA and his team.  We have found documented proof of backdating, specifically in terms of MGA’s announcement, they are all bogus and tampered with, this was how Ahmadiyya edited the failed prophecies of MGA.  In 1885, MGA wrote this specific announcement, we are unsure where it was published from or how many people saw it.  We are also unable to produce the original.  As you can see, this announcement was written in Aug. of 1885, however, it was purposely backdated by MGA’s team of editors and thus made to seem like it was 1888.  Ahmadiyya editors then went on to claim that this prophecy of MGA’s came true and gave it a start date of 1888 and rudely claim that the death of MGA’s niece fulfilled this prophecy (see Tadhkirah, page 164).

The announcement via Tadhkirah

“”””I received a revelation concerning Mirza Imam-ud-Din and Nizam-ud-Din, that:

Within thirty-one months they would encounter a great misfortune.

I understood this to mean that a man or a woman from among their close relatives would die which would cause great sorrow and division among them. This would happen within thirty-one months from today which is Sawan 23, 1942 [Bikrami], August 5, 1885. Written on August 5, 1885.”””” [Announcement of March 20, 1888, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 1, p. 144](see the 2009, online edition of Tadhkirah, page 164).

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In 1893, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad made 6 predictions about Muhammadi Begum

Intro
Muhammadi Begum was the niece of MGA.  MGA was thus her uncle in 3-4 different ways.  The beef between MGA and his family was raging out of control by the early part of 1893.  MGA’s entire family was against MGA and his request to marry his niece.  Not a single family member thought MGA was a suitable match, MGA had just recently claimed to be the Promised Messiah and had been a claimer of divine communion since 1879.  Furthermore, the majority of the ulema of India had already deemed MGA a Kafir.  Nevertheless, in “A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam” in english as “The Mirror of the Excellences of Islam”, MGA presented 6 specific predictions vs. Muhammadi Begum and her father.   However, Mirza Ahmad Baig had already died in Sep of 1892 and this book was published in February of 1893 (see Dard page 341).  Hence, this seems to be another cover up job by MGA and his team.  Why were they publishing a prophecy about the death of MGA’s cousin and brother-in-law (Mirza Ahmad Baig) after he had already died?  It should also be noted that MGA and his team attached an Arabic only supplement to this book entitled, At-Tabligh, it was in this attachment wherein MGA received a revelation from his God to the effect that he would kill the new husband of Muhammadi Begum, just like her father was killed.  One last point, this was the first ever exclusive arabic writings by MGA and it appears to be the first book ever printed at the Qadian press.  Per Ahmadiyya sources, Muhammadi Begum was married in April 7th, 1892, per Ahmadiyya sources, that makes her 17 years old at the time of marriage, and 13 when MGA asked for her hand in marriage.  However, we know that she was even younger and most likely born in 1879-80.

The quote
I am making not one, but six predictions:

  • I will be alive at the time of the wedding of Muhammadi Begum;
  • Mirza Baig will also be alive at the time of the wedding of his daughter;
  • Mirza Baig will die within three years of the date of the wedding;
  • The Groom will also die within two and half years of the date of the wedding;
  • Muhammadi Begum will remain alive until she becomes my wife;
  • Despite disagreement of all her relatives, she will finally marry me.”
    (Aaina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam Dar Roohani Khazain, P. 325/57�)

Other quotes from Aina-a-Kamalat-e-Islam in terms of Mirza Ahmad Baig and Muhammadi Begum

“”””The Omnipotent and Omniscient God has asked me that I should seek the hand of the elder daughter of this man (Ahmad Beg); should tell him that good conduct and courtesy to be shown to him would depend on this (i.e. his acceptance of the marriage proposal) ; her marriage with me would be a source of blessing and a sign of mercy for her father; and that he would have his share in all those blessings and mercies which have been laid down in the leaflet dated 20 February 1886 but if he declines to marry her, then the girl would meet an extremely tragic end. The other person to whom she would be married would die within two and a half years after the day of wedding,’ and so would die the father of the girl within three years, and her household would be afflicted with discord and poverty and adversity, and during the intervening period the girl would encounter several events of unpleasant and grievous nature.””””[3](Ai’na-i-Kamalat-i-Islam, pa 286. It has also been reproduced by Qasim Ali Ahmadi in Tabligh-i-Risalat, Vol. 1, pp. I I 1–18.)

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(A) Allah observed that my cousins and near relatives were committed to ruinous courses…and that they denied the existence of God and were wicked people…. Allah saw that they incited people to vice and forbade good…and did not refrain from speaking ill of the Holy Prophet, peace and the blessings of Allah be upon him, but persisted in it…. While they were in this condition Allah chose me for the revival of His faith…and provided me handsomely with inspiration and verbal revelation and communications and visions… whereupon they rebelled and mockingly demanded Signs  and said: ‘We have no knowledge of any God Who speaks to anyone…so let him produce a Sign if he is truthful…’ In this way they advanced daily in their error and their arrogance till they decided to propagate their evil thoughts and to mislead the ignorant ones with their delusions. They have published a document in which they have abused the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and have abused the Word of Allah and have denied the existence of God, hallowed be His name. Along with this they have demanded Signs in support of my truthfulness and have demanded proof of the existence of God Almighty. They have published this document widely in all quarters and have thus helped all the non-Muslims of India against Islam and have transgressed greatly, the equal of which has not been heard of even about the Pharaohs…. When this document of theirs, which was prepared by the biggest of them in evil as well as in age, reached me…I found it full of phrases whereby the heavens might be rent asunder…. Thereupon, I bolted my doors and supplicated
my Lord, the Bountiful, prostrating myself before Him and…saying: My Lord, my Lord, help Your servant and humiliate Your enemies. Respond to me O Lord, respond to me. How long will they mock You and Your Messenger, how long will they call Your Book false and will abuse Your Messenger? I beseech You of Your mercy, O Hayy [the Ever-Living], Qayyum [the Self Subsisting], Mo‘in [the Helper].

Then Allah had mercy on me in consequence of my weeping, my sighing, and my tears and He called me and said:

[Arabic] I have observed their disobedience and their transgression, I shall soon afflict them with various types of misfortunes and shall wipe them out from under the heavens. You will soon see how I shall deal with them and I have power to do all that I might will. I shall make their women widows, and their children orphans, and their houses ruins, so that they might taste that which they have said and they have earned. But I shall not destroy them suddenly at one swoop, but stage by stage, so that they might have a chance of turning back and repenting. My curse will descend upon them and upon their homes and upon their little ones and their big ones and their women and their men and their guests who will enter their doors. All of them will be accursed except those who believe and act righteously and cut off their relations with them and keep off from their gatherings. Those will be the recipients of My mercy.

This is the substance of what my Lord has revealed to me.  So I conveyed the messages of my Lord to them, but they felt no fear and did not affirm the truth. Instead, they increased in their rebellion and denial, and went on mocking like the enemies of the faith. Then my Lord
addressed me and said:

We shall show them Signs which will cause them to weep and shall send down upon them strange afflictions and extraordinary diseases and shall make their lives a misery and shall
pile up afflictions upon them and no one will be able to help them.

Thus did Allah the Almighty deal with them, breaking their backs with the weight of sorrows and debts and privations and sent down upon them all kinds of trials and tribulations and opened for them the doors of death and destruction so that they might turn back and should give up their indifference, but their hearts were hardened and they did not understand nor did they wake up nor did they fear.  When the time of the display of the Sign drew near, it so happened in those days that one of their near relations of the name of Ahmad Baig desired to take possession of the
land of his sister whose husband had disappeared many years before. 
[A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam, pp. 566–570, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 5, pp. 566–570](See also the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 198-201).   

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“””These people wrote a letter to me in which they reviled the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and denied the existence of God and demanded proofs of my truth and of the existence of God. They published this letter and supported the non-Muslims of India and exhibited extreme wickedness.””” (A’ina-i-Kamalat-i-Islam, p. 568).
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“””””When the scurrilous book came to my hands I read therein such a grossly abusive language against the Most High God and His Holy Prophet as would lacerate the hearts of the believers and rip open and rend the Muslims’ minds. The profane words, it appeared to me, would tear asunder the very heavens. So I shut myself in a room and prostrated before the Great God of the heavens and the earth and prayed most humbly: O my Lord, O my Lord, help Your servant and disgrace Your enemy. Respond to me, O Lord respond to me. How long will they mock you and your Messenger? I beseech you of your mercy, O Ever Living, Self Subsisting Helper!”””  (A’inah Kamalat Islam, p. 569).  

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“””We have seen their wickedness and transgression, because of which a grievous punishment shall come upon their heads. Their women, We shall make them widows, and orphan their children. Their places of residence We shall destroy and demolish, so that they may bear the fruit of their deeds. But We shall not strike them with a single blow, but slowly that they may turn to the truth and become repentant.”””  (page 569-570).

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“””Tell him to establish a relationship with you by giving his elder daughter in marriage to you and thus to obtain light from your light. Tell him that you would agree to the transfer of the land as he has requested and show him other favors in the event of this marriage taking place. Tell him that this would be a covenant between you and that if he accepts it he will find you the best acceptor on your side and that if he does not accept it and his daughter is married to someone else that marriage would not prove a blessing either for his daughter or for himself. Tell him that if he persists in carrying out any different design he will become subject to a series of misfortunes, the last of which would be his death within three years of the marriage of his daughter to someone else. Warn him that his death is near and will occur at a time when he does not expect it. The husband of his daughter will also die within two years and a half. This is a divine decree.””” (A’ina-i-Kamalat-i-Islam, p. 572)
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“””I have been informed of matters which had never entered my mind nor did I know anything about them. At such a time God directed me through revelation that I should seek the hand of his elder daughter in marriage and should tell him that he should first establish this relationship with me and should thereby seek light from my light. I was also directed to tell him that I had been commanded to let him have the land which he had asked for and even some more and to show
benevolence towards him in many ways, provided he would agree to the marriage of his elder daughter to me. This would be a covenant between us and if he agreed to it he would find me a good party to it; but if he did not agree to it I was to warn him that I had been informed by God that her marriage to anyone else would not prove blessed for the person she marries nor for her father. If he did not comply with my request he would be afflicted with misfortunes culminating in his death. He would die within three years of the marriage [of his daughter].  Indeed, his death might occur earlier at a time when he is unaware. So also the husband of that girl would die within two and a half years of the marriage. This is a divine decree and you can act as you might
choose, I have warned you….Then, I wrote to him under divine direction and as indicated by my Gracious God…‘I am writing this letter to you under divine direction and not of my own accord, so make this letter secure in your box for this is from one true and faithful and God knows that I am entirely truthful in this matter and the promise I have made has been made by God’s direction and not on my own. It is Allah Who has made me speak under His revelation.’”””  
[A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 5, pp. 572–574](See also the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 202).
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“”””[Arabic] We shall kill her husband (also) as we have destroyed her father and will return her to you. This is the truth from your Lord, then be not of those who doubt. We shall delay it only for a fixed period. Say: Wait till the end of the term and I am with you among those who wait. When the promise of God is fulfilled [it will be said]: Is this what you called false or were you
blind?”””  [A’ina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam, p. 576, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 5, p. 576](See also the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 289).
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“”””As a token of the Almighty’s favor to this humble person, Allah has ordained that, should Mirza Ahmad Baig refuse to wed his elder daughter to me, he will be considered Allah’s enemy and a disbeliever (Kafir). Additionally, as a punishment for his disbelief, Mirza Baig will die within three years of this refusal and any other man who marries Muhammadi Begum will die within two and half years of the date of his wedding. Muhammadi Begum is destined — by thealmighty Allah — to ultimately become my wife.””” (Tableeg-e-Resalat, Vol. 1 , P. 61 ).

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/10/the-fatwa-e-kufr-vs-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-1891/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/09/who-is-mirza-ghulam-muhi-ud-din-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-paternal-uncle-died-in-1866/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/24/mirza-imam-ud-din-the-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/05/24/mirza-sultan-muhammad-and-wife-muhammadi-begum-lived-and-died-as-muslim-had-5-sons-and-two-doughters/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/07/29/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wanted-muhammadi-begums-husband-to-be-killed/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/05/14/mirza-sultan-muhammad-from-patti-district-lahore-married-muhammadi-begum-mgas-niece-daughter-not-mga/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/01/10/new-data-on-muhammadi-begum-found-2017/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/14/in-terms-of-muhammadi-begum-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-guaranteeing-that-she-would-eventually-taqdir-e-mubra-be-married-to-him/

https://www.alislam.org/library/book/haqiqatul-wahi/

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A video by Shahid Kamal

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s announcement of March 20th, 1888

Intro
In Tadhkirah (the 2009 online edition) , Ahmadi authors date this announcement as from 1888 (See page 164) however, in the announcement it is clearly written as August of 1885.  In 1885, MGA predicted that his cousins would suffer a severe calamity in 31 months, however, 31 months had expired by February of 1888 and thus this prophecy failed.  This seems to be an early case of Ahmadi’s lying about announcements and their publish dates.  This prediction was about MGA’s own cousins, who had opposed MGA after the death of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza, and thus took Mirza Ghulam Qadir and MGA to court over the land that was given to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza.  Since he was given 1/5th separately.  MGA’s cousins won the case, thus, when Mirza Sultan Ahmad came into power (1883) he immediately transferred the land to his cousins (see Dard, page 69-70).  This would come to play out in the case of the wall in 1901.

The quotes
“”””I received a revelation concerning Mirza Imam-ud-Din and Nizam-ud-Din, that:

Within thirty-one months they would encounter a great misfortune.

I understood this to mean that a man or a woman from among their close relatives would die which would cause great sorrow and division among them. This would happen within thirty-one months from today which is Sawan 23, 1942 [Bikrami], August 5, 1885. Written on August 5, 1885.”””” [Announcement of March 20, 1888, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 1, p. 144](see the 2009, online edition of Tadhkirah, page 164).

 

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/11/the-entire-mirza-family-was-above-the-law-in-british-india/

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