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Zahid Aziz vs. Bashir Ahmad Misri

Intro
Bashir Ahmad Misri has stamped his place in the world of Ex-Ahmadi’s.  We found additional data wherein a famous Lahori-Ahmadi, Zahid Aziz commented on the statements of Bashir Ahmad Misri.

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http://www.ahmadiyya.org/uk/light-apr07.pdf

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Bashir Ahmad Misri, Murdered Multani were Correct about Mirza Mahmud in 1937 – Viceroy Papers

Please accept my apologies for the long title. The events of 1937 in Qadian went all the way to the Governor of the Punjab and the Governor-General (Viceroy) of India. Recently released documents by the Indian government show that:

  • Abdur Rahman Masri and Fakhruddin Multani did accuse Mirza Mahmud of moral turpitude of a sexual nature
  • Mirza Mahmud had no response but to incite violence against them up to the point that the Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur was thinking about charging him.
  • Incitement led directly to the murder of Fakhruddin Multani
  • Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur had to threaten Mirza Mahmud in order to get his tone down and renounce violence
  • Masri and Multani were guarded by police and authorities advised them to leave Qadian for their own safety
  • Section 144 (unlawful assembly) was imposed in Qadian for many days and mass prosecution under section 107 (incitement, same charge that was brought against Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) was contemplated

See this page from the original.  Other pages and complete description is at Fakhruddin Multani’s page, and Masri’s account.

Mirza Masroor Ahmad mentioned Shaikh Abdur Rehman al-Misri on 24th July, 2015

Taken from here: https://www.alislam.org/friday-sermon/2015-07-24.html#summary-tab

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, had previously received a revelation associated with Misri:

Do not kill Zainab.

– Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Al Badr 13 February 1908

The revelation has been explained as follows:

In early 1908 Mr Hafiz Ahmad sought marriage proposals for his two daughters Zainab and Kalsoom. There were a few proposals for Zainab and among those the Promised Messiahas [Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad] did not like a proposal from a Mr Misri, but as was his way he did not force the matter. It is during these days the Promised Messiah received the revelation: “Do not kill Zainab”. Mr Hafiz understood this revelation to mean that he should get his daughter married to Mr Misri assuming the revelation had overridden earlier advice of the Promised Messiah. He had his daughter married to Mr Misri. The revelation is dated 9 February whereas his daughter’s marriage took place on 17 February. The date of the marriage was chronicled as it took place with a couple of other marriages including that of Hazrat Nawab Mubaraka Begum. God had clearly forewarned about Zainab’s marriage, inferring that there would be trouble, but her father presumed it to mean the opposite. Proof exists that the Promised Messiah advised against this marriage because when Mr Misri later left the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community someone said the Promised Messiah had indeed advised against this marriage to him. The narrator said he did not like it when the marriage went ahead and submitted to the Promised Messiah that he was commissioned by God and God commands to listen to those commissioned by him but Mr Hafiz had not done so. The Promised Messiah replied that this was indeed so, but added that he did not interfere in such matters.

The second Caliph wrote that although he had no doubt about this tradition when it came before him but he thought of seeking a concrete proof. The very next day he received a letter in the post in which someone had written that when he was in Qadian he learned the holy Quran from Mr Hafiz Ahmad who once told him that the Promised Messiah had asked him to marry his daughter elsewhere but he misunderstood his revelation and thought his earlier advice was not correct and married his daughter to Mr Misri. He said Mr Misri was very harsh with his daughter and he felt it was a consequence of him not abiding by what the Promised Messiah had said. The second Caliph writes that he remembers Mr Misri beating up his father-in-law in the middle of town, following which [his predecessor] the first Caliph was very displeased with him and the second Caliph had pleaded with him to forgive Mr Misri.

Sheikh Abdul Rehman al-Misri is part of history of the community. He was an educated man who took the pledge of allegiance in the lifetime of the Promised Messiah. The Promised Messiah and Chaudhry Nasrullah Khan Sahib sponsored him to go to Egypt. It was owing to his trip to Egypt that he was given the title of ‘Misri’ (Misr being the Arabic name for Egypt). A time came that he highly opposed the second Caliph and said much against him and tried to create discord in the community. God protected the community against his ploys and some people were shown dreams exposing his ploys. He had so much respect and standing in the community that when he left someone wrote to the second Caliph from Africa that Mr Misri’s separation from the community was highly worrisome because if such important and significant people lost their faith what was to be said of the faith of ordinary people like the letter-writer. The second Caliph wrote back saying it was for God to decide who was important and significant and not for the letter-writer, adding that God had made Mr Misri lose his way which proved that the letter-writer was important and significant and not Mr Misri. After his disagreement and leaving the community, Mr Misri tried to show his importance by associating himself with the revelation but after the second Caliph exposed the reality behind it all, he complained why was his wife dragged into it all.

The second Caliph remarked at the tremendous prophecy ‘Do not kill Zainab’ and said Mr Misri himself drew attention to it at the latter stage. He said this was like Arabs cite a story about a man who took out a knife to slaughter a goat but then forgot about it. In their play his children push the knife in the dust on the ground. While he looked for the ‘lost’ knife the goat dragged its feet on the dust and exposed the knife. When someone causes their own ruination Arabs say he has exposed the knife like the goat did. Had he abided by what the Promised Messiah advised him his faith would not have been wasted. Believers should listen to those sent by God.

– Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Friday Sermon 24 July 2015 as summarised by alislam.org

 

Do not kill Zainab.

– Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Al Badr 13 February 1908

The revelation has been explained as follows:

In early 1908 Mr Hafiz Ahmad sought marriage proposals for his two daughters Zainab and Kalsoom. There were a few proposals for Zainab and among those the Promised Messiahas [Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad] did not like a proposal from a Mr Misri, but as was his way he did not force the matter. It is during these days the Promised Messiah received the revelation: “Do not kill Zainab”. Mr Hafiz understood this revelation to mean that he should get his daughter married to Mr Misri assuming the revelation had overridden earlier advice of the Promised Messiah. He had his daughter married to Mr Misri. The revelation is dated 9 February whereas his daughter’s marriage took place on 17 February. The date of the marriage was chronicled as it took place with a couple of other marriages including that of Hazrat Nawab Mubaraka Begum. God had clearly forewarned about Zainab’s marriage, inferring that there would be trouble, but her father presumed it to mean the opposite. Proof exists that the Promised Messiah advised against this marriage because when Mr Misri later left the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community someone said the Promised Messiah had indeed advised against this marriage to him. The narrator said he did not like it when the marriage went ahead and submitted to the Promised Messiah that he was commissioned by God and God commands to listen to those commissioned by him but Mr Hafiz had not done so. The Promised Messiah replied that this was indeed so, but added that he did not interfere in such matters.

The second Caliph wrote that although he had no doubt about this tradition when it came before him but he thought of seeking a concrete proof. The very next day he received a letter in the post in which someone had written that when he was in Qadian he learned the holy Quran from Mr Hafiz Ahmad who once told him that the Promised Messiah had asked him to marry his daughter elsewhere but he misunderstood his revelation and thought his earlier advice was not correct and married his daughter to Mr Misri. He said Mr Misri was very harsh with his daughter and he felt it was a consequence of him not abiding by what the Promised Messiah had said. The second Caliph writes that he remembers Mr Misri beating up his father-in-law in the middle of town, following which [his predecessor] the first Caliph was very displeased with him and the second Caliph had pleaded with him to forgive Mr Misri.

Sheikh Abdul Rehman al-Misri is part of history of the community. He was an educated man who took the pledge of allegiance in the lifetime of the Promised Messiah. The Promised Messiah and Chaudhry Nasrullah Khan Sahib sponsored him to go to Egypt. It was owing to his trip to Egypt that he was given the title of ‘Misri’ (Misr being the Arabic name for Egypt). A time came that he highly opposed the second Caliph and said much against him and tried to create discord in the community. God protected the community against his ploys and some people were shown dreams exposing his ploys. He had so much respect and standing in the community that when he left someone wrote to the second Caliph from Africa that Mr Misri’s separation from the community was highly worrisome because if such important and significant people lost their faith what was to be said of the faith of ordinary people like the letter-writer. The second Caliph wrote back saying it was for God to decide who was important and significant and not for the letter-writer, adding that God had made Mr Misri lose his way which proved that the letter-writer was important and significant and not Mr Misri. After his disagreement and leaving the community, Mr Misri tried to show his importance by associating himself with the revelation but after the second Caliph exposed the reality behind it all, he complained why was his wife dragged into it all.

The second Caliph remarked at the tremendous prophecy ‘Do not kill Zainab’ and said Mr Misri himself drew attention to it at the latter stage. He said this was like Arabs cite a story about a man who took out a knife to slaughter a goat but then forgot about it. In their play his children push the knife in the dust on the ground. While he looked for the ‘lost’ knife the goat dragged its feet on the dust and exposed the knife. When someone causes their own ruination Arabs say he has exposed the knife like the goat did. Had he abided by what the Promised Messiah advised him his faith would not have been wasted. Believers should listen to those sent by God.

– Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Friday Sermon 24 July 2015 as summarised by alislam.org

 

Bashir Ahmad Misri’s Mubahila with Mirza Tahir Ahmad

Taken from: http://ahmedi.org/eng-articles/misrimubahila.html

1st January 1989
Al Hafiz B.A. Masri
7 Hurst Road East Molesey Surrey KT8 9AQ England
To Mr. Tahir Ahmad Mirza Amir Jamaat Ahmadiyya 16-18 Gressenhall Road London SW18 5QL England

1.Your secretary Mr. Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry, has sent me a letter (undated) by Recorded Delivery daring me on your behalf to accept your challenge of Mubahilla which you gave to the opponents of Qadianism on the 10th June 1988. This letter, along with a copy your challenge reached me on the 5th of August 1988.

2. It gives me great pleasure to accept your challenge and to avail myself of this opportunity to expose the pious fraud of Qadianism once and for all.

3. Mubahilla is a sort of ordeal by prayer in which two parties beseach Allah to establish the truth or falsity of matter under dispute. Since Mubahilla is a grave matter of utmost solemnity, it is expedient that we should settle its articles and convenants directly between the two of us instead of negotiating through our secretaries to avoid any possibility of ambiguity or incertitude in the final result of it.

4. On page 4 of your challenge you have conceded that those who accept your challenge are free to single out any one clause out of the articles you have listed. I therefore choose to accept the articles which you have written on page 2 in these words: “The second aspect of this Mubahilla concerns the utterly false accusations and the mischieveous propaganda against the Ahmadiyya community.”

5. Since my accusations are about matters of moral turpitude and sexual promiscuity of a nature which is not generally thought fit to be mentioned to ears polite, it needs to be explained as to why I feel justified and morally obliged in making these immodest accusations as issue for this ‘Mubahila’.

6. Normally no individual has a right to sit in judgement on another individual. However when a person assume a position of trust and moral responsibility he becomes personalized as an institution and forfeits his prerogative as an individual. In any civilized society, Doctors of Medicine, School Teachers, Office Bearers of Destitute Homes and Orphanges, the functionaries of all such institutions become open to moral and ethical censorship, in addition to Statutory Law. One of the reasons why religious charlatans and impostors remain unconstrained from the exploition of simple and gullible people is that the Governments of Secular States do not feel inclined to interfere in matters spiritual. It is left to society at large to regulate the affairs of their respective religious institutions and establishments.

7. My second justification is that your Qadiani clique started violating the civilized norms of sexual ethics not as individuals but as an institution in the name of Islam. Stop calling yourselves as Muslims, give yourselves any appellation as a new religion and Muslims will gladly leave you alone.

8. My accusations are not against the generality of the Qadiani community. There are many among them who believe in the Qadiani doctrines honestly and sincerely, albeit mistakenly. We do not start kicking against the people of other faiths on the grounds of doctrinal differences. It is only when their lifestyle becomes a menace to the ethical fabric of a society that people put their foot down. If there are degenerates in this world who are willing to sacrifice the honour and chastity of their womenfolk and young boys out of devotion to the religious thugs, good luck to them. However the moot point of contention arises when unsuspecting and innocent victims fall prey to such deceits. In that situation you feel justified in shouting from the roof-tops: Snake in the grass!

9. It is with this sence of moral responsibility and genuine solicitude that I accept your challenge of Mubahilla to establish whether the following accusations are true or false. MY CLAIM THAT THEY ARE TRUE IS BASED ON MY PERSONAL KNOLEDGE GAINED DURING MY LIFE IN QADIAN WHERE I WAS BORN AND BROUGHT UP UNTIL 1937, WHEN I DENOUNCED QADIANISM. THE OATH OF MUBAHILA

10. You shall declare on oath, in the words laid down below, that the under-mentioned statements made by me are false to the best of your knowledge; and I shall declare oath in the same words that they are true to the best of my knowledge:

11. “I Mirza Tahir Ahmad (Son of Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmoud Ahmad s/o Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement), the present Amir of the Qadiani section of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat, declare it on oath in the name of Allah that to the best of my knowledge, the under-mentioned statements made by Al-Hafiz B-A Masri, s/o Sheikh Abdul Rahman Masri, are false and that I have no knowledge to the effect that they are true. I pray and beseech Allah that in case I am perjuring myself by willingly uttering this false evidence while on oath, I may be cursed by Allah and die within one year from the date of uttering and signing of this oath in the presence of six witnesses, three of whom shall be selected by me and three shall be selected by the said Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri.”
Signed by: six witnesses Signed by Mirza Tahir Ahmad .

12.”I, Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri (s/o Sheikh Abdul Rahman Masri), declare it on oath the name of Allah that, to the best of my knowledge, the under-mentioned statements made by me are true. I further declare it on oath in the name of Allah that Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the present Amir of the Qadiani section of the Ahmiadiyya Jamaat knows that they are true. I pray and beseech Allah that in case I am perjuring myself by wilfully uttering this false evidence while on oath, I may be cursed by Allah and die within one year from the date of uttering and signing of this oath in the presence of six witnesses three of whom shall be selected by the said Mirza Tahir Ahmad.”
Signed by: Six Witnesses Signed by Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri. THE ADJURATIONS OF MUBAHILA

13. I, Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri, give this evidence on oath in the name of Allah that: Your father, Mirza Basheer ud-din Mahmoud Ahmad (the eldest of the three sons of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who was the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement, the Second Khalifa of the Qadiani section of the Ahmadiyya Jama’at) was a debaucher, fornicator, adulterer and incestuous i.e. guilty of habitual sexual intercourse even with women of near kin who are declared by not only the Islamic Shari’ah but also by all scriptural religions as inviolable (Haram). Your paternal uncle, Mirza Basheer Ahmad ( the second of the three sons of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) was a homosexual with a great sexual propensity for young boys. Your paternal uncle, Mirza Shareef Ahmad (the third of the three sons of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) was a homosexual with a great propensity for your boys. Your elder brother, Mirza Nasir (s/o Mirza Basheer- ud-Din Mahamoud Ahmad, grandson of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the third Khalifa) was a fornicator and homosexual. Your maternal grand-uncle, Mir Muhammad Ishaque (brother of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s wife) held an oligarchial and celebrated position in the Qadiani community and was honoured with the title of Muhaddith, i.e. authority on Hadith (Sunnah and Tradition). He was a homosexual. As the man-in-charge of the orphanage in Qadian, the young orphan boys were helplessly at the mercy of his perversions.

14. I could go on listing many more names of people who held very high positions in the Qadiani Establishment, using their prestige and power to gratify their sensuous and perverted desires free of moral censure. However the real reason for writing these sordid details, even though it is an obscene subject, is to refute your assertion that the accusations are utterly false” and a “mischievous propaganda” against the “Ahmadies” while you know fully well that they are true.

15. As it is, I have confined the list of people in the above accusation to the Mirza family only in order not to confiuse the issue and thus to leave any loop-hole in it for to wriggle out of this Mubahila. Even within the Mirza family, I have left out many names of the second and the third generations for the same reason. The main reason for not including women of this family in this list is out of comassion. Although some of them have played a very active and willing role in this abomination and fraud, I consider them by and large as being the victims rather than the cluprits. Most of them had no choice and deserve pity.

16. The circumscription of the period of Mubahila to one year is meant to achieve definitive verdict of Allah. Leaving it open to generalities and to an unspecified period as you have done in your challenge, would leave the outcome of the Mubahila inconclusive. However, I am open to suggestions by you for any alteration in the span of time.

17. In case you try to seek shelter under the plea that you cannot vouch under oath for the good or bad moral conduct of those who are dead, I would point out that you have already agreed in principle to do so, on page 8 of your challenge in these words: “Since the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement is no longer in this world and it is neccessary that there should be a party to represent him, I and the Ahmadiyya community declare it with all our hearts and without any scruples that we accept this challenge of Mubahilla on his dehalf.”

18. If you are prepared to accept the challenge of Mubahilla on behalf of your dead grandfather, there is no earthly reason why you should not be able to accept a similar Mubahilla on behalf of your dead father, dead uncles and dead brother.

19. Apart from this the moot point at issue on which I am accepting your challenge of Mubahilla is not that you should represent your ancestors mentioned in paragraph 13. Your are being put on oath to vouch for yourself whether or not it is within your knowledge that your ancestors named in that paragraph were morally depraved and sexual debauchees. The reson why it has become necessary to drag these obscenities into the open is to prove that you as the head of a so-called religious denomination, know all these facts to be true and yet you are hypocritically misleading your followers and others and perpetuating the fraud of Qadianism in the name of Islam.

20. I hope you will appreciate that, by accepting your challenge of Mubahillah. I am giving you a unique chance of proving once and for all that my accusations are false. What you have to do is simply to declare on oath, in the words prescribed above in paragraph 11, that you have no knowledge that my above-stated accusations in paragraph 13 are true. I assertively insist that you know without a shadow of doubt that my accusations are true, so much so that on my part I am prepared unhesitatingly to stake not only my cerdibility but my life as well on it. More than that I am prepared to lay myself open to the eternal curse of Allah on myself, in case I am wrong or uttering a falsehood.

21. Mr Tahir Ahmad! Let us take our case to the Court of Allah, the Supreme Judge of the Universe and leave it to him to adjudge between us.
Signed: B.A. Masri. Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri.
P.S. Since there are millions of Muslims who do not know Urdu,I would request you to do all your correspondence on this subject in English, which can be translated later into Urde, Arabic and other languages.
B.A. Masri.
BY REGISTERED POST To Mr. Tahir Ahmad Mirza Amir Jama’at Ahmadiyya 16-18 Gressenhall Road London SW18 5QL England.

A REMINDER It is noted that you have neglected to respond to my letter, accepting your challenge of Mubahilla. This was mailed to you by registered post on the 18th August 1988, and two months later there is still no reply from you. In case I do not receive a reply from you within two weeks, I shall have to make it known to the Muslim world that your challenge of Mubahilah was nothing more than a cheap con game and a confidence trick at which you people have become quite adept.
I would like to make this point clear that, until the oath of Mubahila has been pronounced and Allah’s Judgement has been invoked solemnly by both the parties, the Mubahilah does not become operative. I have to request you, in your own interest, not to try to have me killed, as your predecessors used to do when cornered in similar circumstances. Otherwise the consequences for you and your minions would be extremely disastrous.
The whole Muslim world has come to know what kind of people you are. They are getting fed up with your Qadiani fraud in the name of Islam and are not prepared to put up with it any longer. I am still hoping against hope that you would tell me when and how you would like both of us take the oath of Mubahila.

Signed: Al Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri.

 

Who is Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri?

Intro
He was the father of Bashir Ahmad Misri, the Ahmadi who accused Basherruddin Mahmud Ahmad of sexual crimes and etc.  Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri , was a very devoted companion of Hazrat Masih Maud AS. He was converted to Islam from hinduism, specifically from the Aryas.  Mirza Masroor Ahmad mentioned a brief account of the life of Shaikh Abdur Rehman Misri here: https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/mirza-masroor-ahmad-mentioned-shaikh-abdur-rehman-al-misri-on-24th-july-2015/.

During the Khilafat of Maulana Noor Ud Din, Shaikh Abdul Rehman Misri sahib went to Egypt (MISR) to attend AL-AZHAR UNIVERSITY. This is how Shaikh Abdul Rehman Misri sahib came be known as MISRI. When he returned from Egypt, Maulana Noor Ud Din sahib had already passed away and Movement was split in two groups. The split was based on the belief of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad who claimed that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib (nauzubiliah) claimed to be prophet and is equal in rank to Holy Prophet Muhammad saws. Intellectuals of Movement moved to Lahore and started their anjuman called AAIIL.

He was a very learned scholar, a most trusted follower of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad, the Khalifa Sani.  He was the Head Master of Talim-ul-Islam High School in Qadian.  MIrza Mahmud Ahmed used to appoint him qaim maqaam Amir-e-Maqami when he was away from Qadian.  Abdul Rahman Misri sahib accused Mirza Mahmood Ahmad sahib for sexually assaulting his young son, Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Misri, and requested him to either set up a Commission of Inquiry, or face a challenge of Mubahalah to clear his name. Mirza Mahmood Ahmad sahib refused to either request and turned against Misri sahib.

After leaving Qadian, the Lahori-Ahmadis hired him as a Mullah and etc, he began reminding Qadiani-Ahmadis of his stature with MGA and his marriage, which MGA had arranged.

He also helped Mumtaz Ahmad Faruqi write the famous Truth Triumphs book (1965), which exposed the Qadianis.


Interestingly in Urdu section of said book in introduction Mumtaz Ahmad Faruqui sahib writes on page 5:

“””Here I want to thank Maulana Shaikh Abdur Rehman Misri sahib and Maulvi Abdul Mannan Omar sahib M.A. They read manuscript of this book and gave helpful advice, and made some corrections. May Allah SWT reward them.”””

Shaikh Abdur Rahman Misri narrated traditions about MGA:
(Seeratul Mahdi Volume 1 page 196)

(183) Stated to me by Shaikh Abdurehman Misri that the day he had reached Qadian for the first time, Shaikh Rehmatullah Lahori had also arrived from Lahore on that day along with a Christian young man. Both of us were presented before Hazrat Sahib (MGAQ). Hazrat Sahib accepted my Baiyat but refused to accept the BAYIAT of that christian boy despite the fact he was recommended by Shaikh Rehamatullah who was a Big Shot in the jamaat and a blue eyed of Hazrat saib.
The Christian boy wrote to Hazrat Sahib for BAIYAT again but he refused and said we will do it on some other day. Then he wrote third time to hazrat sahib requesting him to fix a date for his Baiyat but Hazart sb refused it again. Hazrat sahib said your Baiyat will be accepted on Thursday and it was Monday on that day. The reply from Hazrat Sahib disappointed him and that man turned back to become Christian again. Subsequently, someone said Hazrat Sahib that young man became christian again, he said well i was expecting this from him that is why I had delayed it.

Scans

He wrote many books, they exist on the Lahori Website, see here:

Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri:

Who is Bashir Ahmad Misri?

Intro

He was the Ahmadi who accused Mahmud Ahmad of sex crimes in Qadian in the 1930’s. His father was Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri, who was a high-ranking Qadiani-Ahmadi in those days, in fact, he would sometimes serve as in-charge of Qadian when the Khalifa would be out of town.  After leaving Qadian with his entire family, his father was hired by the Lahori-Ahmadis to serve as an Imam and etc.

Fakhruddin Multani was murdered in-front of Bashir Ahmad Misri’s eyes

“On 6th August 1937, Khalifa Saheb delivered his last sermon on Friday in which his followers and warriors were roused pointing towards these persons (Multani, Bashir Masri etc.). The very next day on Saturday 7 August, around 4.30 pm at the time of Asr prayers Maulana Fakhruddin Saheb Multani, Hakeem Abdul Aziz Saheb and Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Masri Saheb (son of Shaikh Abdur Rehman Masri), all three were going towards police station, about 100 yards from the police station they were attacked by a sharp-edged weapon. This sharp-edged weapon went through the rib cage of Fakhruddin Saheb Multani and punctured his lung. Then Hakeem Abdul Aziz Saheb also received serious wounds on the mouth and cheeks through the same weapon.” (Pope of Rabwa p.52 by Mohammed Mazharuddin Multani)

Fakhruddin Multani was attacked in broad daylight and he was lying bleeding wriggling with pain at the gate of Khalifa’s Palace, but no one dared to attend him. Later some Muslims from Majlis-e-Ahrar (a Muslim organization dedicated to exposing the fraud of Ahmadiyyat) heard the news and they came and took the injured persons to Gurdaspur Hospital. Fakhruddin Multani died in the hospital on 13th August 1937. Amongst the 1000 Ahmadis living around the scene of crime, none could find the courage to give evidence against the culprits. Dr. Gurbakhsh Singh MBBS had his clinic in the same bazaar and he was an eyewitness of this incident. Although he was given lot of financial enticement, but the glitter of money could him stop him from giving evidence of the truth. Upon his evidence, Aziz Ahmad Qadiani was given capital punishment. Mirza Mehmud, 2nd Khalifa, offered his funeral prayer with great pomp, and labeled him a martyr of Ahmadiyyat. (Pope of Rabwa p.52 by Mohammed Mazharuddin Multani)

However, Bashir Ahmad Misri would eventually become a Sunni-Muslim and would become an Imam.  Later on, in the 1960’s, he was able to get the Lahori-Ahmadis to hire him as an Imam at the famous Woking Mosque.  Bashir Ahmad Misri worked behind the scenes as Imam and was able to snatch control from the Lahori-Ahmadis and handing over control of the mosque to local Sunni leaders.  This broke Lahorism, the Lahori-Ahmadis never recovered and have been withering away ever since, further, there weren’t many Lahori-Ahmadis in the world at that point anyway, I estimate 5–10,000 .  However, the Lahori-Ahmadis had control of mosques, they even built the first ever mosque in Germany.

The irony here, is that as Bashir Ahmad Misri’s father was serving as an Imam for the Lahori-Ahmadis in Pakistan, his son was snatching and destroying the Lahori-Ahmadis altogether.

Bashir Ahmad Misri also edited the Lahori-Ahmadi newspaper, the light, see here: http://www.wokingmuslim.org/work/islamic-review/isrevconts-1968.pdf

See here—https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/basheer-uddin-mahmud-ahmad-was-accused-of-immoral-behavior-at-qadian-1938-he-calls-it-normal/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/bashir-ahmad-misri-and-ahmadiyya/

https://www.scribd.com/document/32363091/Qubooliyat-Challenge-Mubahla-by-Hafiz-Bashir-Ahmad-Misri

http://ahmedi.org/eng-articles/misrimubahila.html

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“””Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri was born in 1914 in India where he graduated with a B.A. (Hons.) degree in Arabic. He also attended the Faculty of Arabic in Cairo and qualified in Journalism in England.

During his 20 years stay in East Africa, he was the Headmaster of the largest Secondary school there, and also held secretarial and presidential posts on religious, social and educational organizations among African, Asian and European communities.

In 1961 he settled in England and for six years was Joint-Editor of the monthly magazine – The Islamic Review. In 1964, he was the first Sunni Muslim to be appointed as the Imaam of the Shah Jehan Mosque in Woking. This was a Qadiani/Ahmadi controlled mosque whose present status is not known to us.

Brother Basheer Ahmad is well-known in the U.K. for his lectures, radio broadcasts and published articles, and it is hoped that his views and personal experiences set out in the following pages will serve as an eye-opener for all Muslims – especially those who are prone to be allured into such religious frauds as Qadianees or Mirzaees.”””

See here—-http://www.irshad.org/brochures/bane.php

Bashir Ahmad Misri and Ahmadiyya

The Bane of Mirza-iyaat by Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Masri

Many of my friends requested me repeatedly to express my views about Mirzais in the light of my personal experiences, just to bring the matter on record. It is not possible here to go into details. A full account would need a book of great volume. This short article, therefore, contains only a synoptic record of the events which led to my denunciation of this heterodoxical and hypocritical creed.

I was born in Qadian in 1914 – an unfortunate accident of birth which has been hanging round my neck like an albatross throughout the 73 years of my life. As a child I was indoctrinated into believing that the rest of the Muslims were nonbelievers (kaafirs) – so much so that even belief in God and in Islam was conditional to belief in Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (the founder of this movement) as a prophet and, after him, belief in his successors as the so-called Khalifas of Islam.

However, as I grew up, I found around me a society which was, by and large, insidiously fraudulent. Of course, there were a few elderly people among them who had joined the Movement during the early period of its inception in good faith, under the misconception that it was a genuine ‘Reform Movement’ within Islam. Such sincere and faithful few, however, were either too simple-minded to notice what was going on around them or were totally helpless to do anything about it..

As a teenager, I was not capable of grasping mentally the significance of the theological sabotage, which this Movement had started committing on Islam. My initial reaction against these people was on moral and ethical grounds. It was at this stage of mental and spiritual immaturity that fate decided to throw me into the furnace of infernal fire, as if to test my metal.

I was a healthy and athletic young man of man of about 18 when I received a message from the then Head (Khalifah) that he wanted to see me for some confidential matter. That was the period when I held this man as a demigod and, naturally, felt greatly honoured by the invitation. I just guessed that he wanted to assign to me some religious errand of a confidential nature.

This first meeting remained very formal – the Khalifah asking me various personal questions and I answering them with all the due respect. I was ‘commanded’ not to tell anyone about our meeting and was given an appointment for the next. The subsequent meetings however became informal, leading up to an invitation to join an ‘Inner Circle’.

This ‘demigod’ was in reality running a secret circle of fornication, adultery, incest and general debauchery. For this, he had organised a clique of pimps and procuresses. Most of the young man and women who were seduced were selected from such families as were economically dependent or fanatically brain-washed and for various other reasons, were incapable of putting up any resistance. There were occasional cases of defiance, but they were easily silenced by the weapons of boycott, excommunication, systemic vilification and ostracism.

The Mirza Family was not only the spiritual head of the community but was also the owner of most of the land in and around the town of Qadian, as Feudal Lords. Apart from religious alliance there was no security of the tenure of land for those families who had burned their boats to settle in the so-called ‘sacred precincts’ of Qadian. Under such circumstances it was unthinkable in those days for any one to fight back. Quite a few of those who did try to revolt met with apparently accidental deaths or simply vanished in thin air without trace. While all this was going on, Muslim theologians, in their naivety, thought that they could defeat Mirzaiyat on the debating platforms and only by doctrinal arguments.

The first effect on me, after coming in contact with these dregs of vice, was that of stuporous helplessness. I still remember many a wakeful night when I used too wet my pillow with silent tears. I could not tell my parents, not being sure whether they would believe me. Neither could I discuss it with my friends for fear of being betrayed. One easy way out for me could have been to leave Qadian and disappear. This would have, however, meant discontinuation of my studies in the University. Also, there was the sense of responsibility that I should not desert my parents, leaving them in ignorance of this filth.

There were times when the idea of putting an end to all this by murdering the perpetrator of this pious fraud would become very tempting. However, even at that immature age, logic prevailed. Firstly, I reasoned that it would be misunderstood by the society at large as an act of a religious fanatic and this man will go down in history as a martyr. Secondly, I thought, a quick sudden death for a man like him would be a boon instead of a chastisement which he deserved, not only for committing these atrocities but for committing them in the name of God and religion. The subsequent events proved my reasoning right. He was later crippled by paralysis ad died a miserably lingering death. A doctor who attended him during his protracted illness told me that, during the last stages, he had become a mental imbecile, babbling filthy obscenities.

In addition to all these considerations, there was another reason why I thought any direct action would be futile. I had come to realise that this corruption would not end by this man’s death. It was not only this one man who had turned into a sex maniac. His brothers and most of the other members of the Mirza Family were no better. Even the elite order in this community’s religious hierarchy, holding responsible positions under the camouflage of flowing beards, had their own ‘enclaves of depravity’, with the tacit understanding among them: “you don’t ruffle my beard and I won’t yours”. As a matter of fact, in the Establishment of this organisation, only those were promoted to high positions who had fallen in line with this family’s lifestyle – the family who they have the audacity of calling ‘the prophet’s family’. It was not surprising that the news of such amorous licentiousness spread around from mouth to mouth and play-boys from rich families started joining this ‘Reform Movement’ to seek freedom from the strictures of the then sexual discipline of the Asian culture, and so on…..

Since my alienation from the Khalifah’s ‘inner circle’, my life had been constantly in danger. His mafia-like thugs started shadowing me. In desperation, I decided to take the bull by the horns, went to the Khalifah and showed him a long letter in which I had recorded all the details of his private life with names, dates, facts and figures. I told him that sealed copies of that letter had been deposited with some persons in authority, instructing them to open the letters only in case if my death or disappearance. From then on, I felt safe and walked about freely in the streets of Qadian.

The more I saw of this corruption the more I became sick of religion, one and all, till ultimately I ended up as an atheist. This morbid phase of my life, however, left a spiritual vacuum with which I could not cope on my own, and I had to tell my father. It came to him as a great shock. Naturally, he could not accept the word of a young boy without corroboration and started making discreet inquiries. It did not take him long to be convinced that I was telling the truth.

My father wrote a very long letter to this so-called Khalifah, asking him for an explanation of his conduct and demanding his abdication. There was no reply, but two reminders afterwards, the Khalifah declared that Shaikh Abdul-Rehman Masri (my father) and all members of his family had been expelled and excommunicated. These three letters were later published in India .

This excommunication in practice meant complete boycott and social dissociation. Our lives were so much in danger that the Government had to detail twenty-four hours guard of military police around our house. No member of our family could go out without a police escort. In spite of all such precautions, I and two of my companions were attacked in broad daylight in the bazaar. One elderly companion was stabbed in the chest and died. The other was stabbed in the neck and shoulder and had to remain in hospital for quite a long period. I managed to fight back and succeeded in giving such a blow on the skull of my assailant with a cudgel, which I was carrying, that he started bleeding. The wounded assailant was whisked away to a hiding place by his accomplices, but the police caught up with him by following the blood drops from his skull. He was later founded guilty of murder and hanged. Such was the flagrant disdain of law and order in Qadian that the murderer’s funeral service was held with great pomp and show, the Khalifah himself leading the prayer.

After this incident a Muslim organisation known as ‘Majlis-e-Ahrar-ul-Islam’, started sending squads of volunteers to guard our house, in addition to the military police. They pitched their tents in the open fields around our bungalow, which started looking like a besieged fortress.

The Mirzai Administration started involving my father in trumped-up court cases to discredit his high repute for uprightness, as well as to drain his meagre savings. In short, all sorts of dirty tricks were played to make life impossible for him. To support his family with eleven children, he had to sell the family jewellery and chattel. The most unfortunate of these disasters which befell our family during this period was the setback to the education of children. All the details of these attacks and persecution used to be published in Indian Press.

There was a great pressure on our family, both from the Government and others to leave Qadian and we ultimately migrated to Lahore . My father joined the Lahori Party. Although there is not much difference between their beliefs and those of Qadianis, at least their society was not riddled with moral corruption. I, however, kept myself unattached. As I have said earlier, I had lost faith in the very institution of religion. However during this period I started coming in contact with the leaders of Ahrar, who had a profound effect on me. Among them were Sayed Ataullah Shah Bukhari, Maulana HabiburRehman Ludhianvi, Chaudhari Afzal Haque, Maulana Mazhar Ali Azhar – I found these people devout Muslims and very sincere friends.

My father had accepted my atheism only with ostensible resignation. While at heart he was very unhappy about it. He told me that he prayed for me regularly and used to ask me to seek God’s guidance through prayer. My answer to that used to be that he was asking me to pray to a Being who did not exist. Finally after lengthy discussions, he started advising me to make my prayers conditional and started to pray in words such as: “God if you exist, give me some indication of it; otherwise if per chance you do exist don’t blame me for not believing in You……”

Although this kind of prayer might sound blasphemous to the real believers, it produced esoteric results for me. Within about a year of praying. I saw two dreams in quick succession. Since they are very much of a personal and subjective nature, I dare not relate them here. Suffice it to say that they especially the second dream, were of long duration, very explicit and coherent. Even for a sinful man like me there remained no room for doubt that there did exist a Supreme Being whom we call God or Allah, I may mention though that in the concluding part of the dream I was shown the Mirzai Khalifah as a depraved miscreant with a heinously tarred face.

After these dreams I felt much relieved. It seemed as if my spiritual crisis was over. I decided to turn a new leaf and become a Muslim formally. The late Sayyed Ataullah Shah Bukhari took me along to Maulana Mohammed Ilyas (the founder of the Tablighi Jamaat ) in a village called Mehroli, a few miles from Delhi . There, in 1940, I took my oath of fealty to Islam (Bai’at) at his hand. It was a blissful coincidence that the Sheikh al Hadith of India Maulana Muhammed Zakariyah also happened to be present, after the sunset (Maghirib) prayers, led by Maulana Ilyas, all the congregation of about 40 worshippers said a special prayer for me.

In 1941 migrated to East Africa with the mixed feelings of relief and guilt. Standing on the deck of the steamer in the Bombay harbor, I stated reciting under my breath the following Quranic Verse: “And what reason have you not to fight for the cause of Allah to help those weak men and women who are crying out: Our Lord take us out of this town whose people are oppressors”. (Al Nisa 4:75)

After 20 years stay in Africa I migrated to England in 1961.

THE IMAMATE IN WOKING

In 1964 I was appointed as the Imam of the Shah Jehan Mosque in Woking , England . This appointment calls for some explanation for record. This mosque was built by an orientalist, Dr. Leitner in 1889 with funds from Muslims in India and later, a Trust was formed to run it. That was the period when Mirzaiyat had not shown itself fully in its true colours and the Trust readily agreed to hand over the management of the mosque to the Lahori section of this Movement

By nineteen sixties quite a few Muslim Organisations had established themselves in the United Kingdom and the pressure started increasing for this Mosque to be reverted to its originally intended position of an Islamic Center. I was approached by the Secretary and the Treasurer of the Trust to accept the Imamate. I made it clear to them that I was a Sunni Muslim and showed them copies of some published articles, which I had written against Mirzaiyat. They told me that they were aware of my views and that they considered it as an asset. They also assured me that the High Commissioner of Pakistan, who was the ex-officio Chairman of the Trust and who would sign the letter of my appointment, had given his blessings.

After taking charge of the Mosque, it soon became obvious to me that I was being branded by the general Muslims as a Mirzai. For the last about three-quarters of a century there had been a successive line of Mirzai Imams. Muslims could not believe that all of a sudden a Sunni Imam would appear out of the blue, I found myself falling between two stools. My theological differences with both the Lahori and the Qadiani sections were irreconcilable; while the Muslims took it for granted that I must be a Mirzai, otherwise I would not have been appointed. It took me long to win over the trust of some Muslim religious leaders in the UK.

It had been my life long ambition to tour the Islamic countries by car, so that I could travel even into the rural areas and study first hand how they were transacting their religious affairs in practice. (This tour took me about three years covering 45,000 miles in more than 40 countries). Before leaving the Mosque however, I wanted to make sure that this far-famed Mosque and the Islamic Center remained in the Muslim hands permanently. There were only two or three Mirzai members on the Board of Trustees, but they were very active and wielded a great influence. They were leaving no stone unturned to bring back a Mirzai Imam after I had left.

After long discussions and consultations with my Muslim friends, I called a meeting of all the Muslim Organisations in the UK and Eire , on the 20thJuly 1968 , at the East London Mosque. It was attended by more than a hundred delegates. I explained the situation to them that I was due to start on my tour by the end of the year and that Mirzais were trying their best to have their own Imam installed.

There was one very important legal point, which was to prove helpful to us in the tug of war, which ensued. According to a clause of the trust deed, the legal status of the Mirzais, from the very beginning had been that of tenants of the Trust which could be terminated. This clause had remained unnoticed by the Muslims until I pointed it out to them. At this meeting it was decided unanimously to form a “Woking Mosque Regeneration Committee” which should take over the physical possession of the Mosque under protest, and appoint an adhoc Muslim Imam after my departure. I0t further resolved the Mosque Trust should be asked to expel all its Mirzai members on the Board and never to appoint a Mirzai Imam again. It was in these circumstances that, in November 1968, I handed over the Mosque to Muslims and left England on my tour,

The general impression among the non Muslims is that our opposition to Mirzaiyat stems from religious intolerance. They fail to appreciate the fact that apart from doctrinal differences, this clique is being used by the anti-Islamic powers as collaborators in the promotion of their political and economic interests throughout Muslim world. On top of all this there is a growing apprehension among the Muslims that the pattern of Qadiani libertinism is liable to corrode the moral fabric of Muslim youth.

Al-Hafiz B. A. Masri
March 1989

http://wiki.qern.org/ahmadiyya/ahmadiyya-as-a-cult/prominent-people-who-left-the-cult/bashir-ahmad-masri

Read the response by the Lahori-Ahmadi scholar, Dr. Zahid Aziz here: http://ahmadiyya.org/uk/light-apr07.pdf

And also read this:

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/basheer-uddin-mahmud-ahmad-was-accused-of-immoral-behavior-at-qadian-1938-he-calls-it-normal/

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called Maulvi Sa’dullah as the son of a prostitute (1897) in Anjam-e-Athim

Intro
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad loved to curse his opponents.  His favorite method of cursing was to call someone as a “sons of a prostitutes” (Zurrayatul Baghaya), or bitch or pig, or to call a man a woman or womanly.  There are so many instances.  MGA even called the wife of his first cousin as a prostitute, the Ahmadiyya editing team edited this out also, however, we have found it.  It seems that in 1897, MGA and his team called Sa’dullah as a son of prostitutes (ibn Bagha).  However, after Sa’dullah died in 1907, MGA refused to even mention that part of his poetry from 10 years earlier.  Interestingly enough, Mirza Bashir Ahmad tells us that Muhammad Ali ( one of MGA’s lawyer’s and employees) told MGA not to mention how he had called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes, since Muhammad Ali feared legal recourse.  This would be defamation, MGA had narrowly escaped a defamation case in 1904.  Dard tells us it was Khwaja Kamaluddin and not Muhammad Ali however.  However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).

In 1897, MGA (and his team) wrote Arabic poetry about his opponents
He called Saadullah ‘son of prostitution’ in an Arabic poem and translated it into Persian as it is in Arabic.  Years later (1907), when Mirza was gloating over the death of Saadullah, he left out the vile epithet in the Urdu translation — not once, but twice:

Original with correct Persian translation. (Anjam-e-Atham, RK vol. 11, page 282):

“””You have pained me with filth and I would not be truthful

If you do not die in humiliation, O son of Prostitution (ibn Bagha)”””””
 

Then, on page 446 of the Appendix of Haqeeqat-ul-Wahi (RK, vol. 22), there is no mention of the offensive phrase in the translation:

And again on page 450 of the same, there is a longer translation, but no mention of the abusive phrase that is there in Arabic.  Mirza mentions that the translations are his own.

The 2019 english edition of Haqiqatul Wahy
The english edition of this book also has the entire line wherein MGA calls him the son of prostitutes as not mentioned (see pages , 554, 559 and 564).

Bashir Ahmad Rafiq mentioned the quote in his book however
An Imam of the Ahmadiyya movement, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq wrote a book entitled, “Truth about Ahmadiyya”, 6 editions were published between 1978 and 1992 in German and English.  Bashir Ahmad Rafiq claims that Ibn Bagha only means son of the wicked.  See here also—“”””You have persecuted me out of your vileness and now if you do not die in disgrace, oh wicked one ibn baghaI will not have been proved truthful in my claim.””””(anjam e athim, 1897)(Taken from https://www.alislam.org/books/truth/opponents.html, middle of the webpage, retrieved on 11-9-16).

Muhammad Ali advised MGA to leave out the Ibn Bagha and other quotes out of Haqiqatul Wahy
MGA also mentions this in HW.  However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).  

Seeratul Mehdi, page 31 part 1.

(42) stated to me by shaikh Abdurehman misri that once Hazrat sb (MGAQ) kept sitting after zuhur prayer in masjid of qadiyanan. Few days ago hazrat sb has written that Saadullah will remain without progeny. His son that is alive today , is impotent, will surely not be able to take his name ahead. This humble self says that saadullah was worst enemy of hazrat sb and used to talk bad against him. But before publishing this ” ishtihar” molvi Muhammad Ali advised hazrat sb that publishing such ishtihar would be against law . He said if Saadullah filed a suit in the court we would not be in a position to prove impotency of his son. Hazrat sb did not agree, when molvi Muhammad Ali insisted on his advise , hazrat sb,s face turned red he got infuriated and said “when a prophet gets himself armed and comes to battle field, he does not disarm him”.

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Links and Related Essays
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/14/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-cursed-at-his-critics-even-calling-them-pigs-and-bitches/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/10/mgas-beef-with-saadullah-and-the-zarrayatul-baghaya-insult/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/05/26/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wrote-vulgarities-in-arabic-also-new-research-from-arab-ex-ahmadis/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/05/30/who-is-maulvi-saadullah-or-saadullah-or-sadullah-of-ludhiana-died-jan-1907/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/10/26/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-called-his-first-cousins-wife-a-prostitute/

https://www.alislam.org/library/book/truth-about-ahmadiyyat/opponents-promised-messiah/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/10/15/mirza-ghulam-ahmads-debate-with-batalvi-summer-of-1891-was-stopped-by-the-british-govt-on-mgas-behalf/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/19/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-had-5-written-debates-no-oral-debates/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/05/28/nurul-haqq-part-1-quotes-and-background-data/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/20/hani-tahir-describes-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-vulgar-writings/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/03/29/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wrote-1000-curses-for-this-opponents/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/26/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wrote-that-the-quran-used-harsh-words-thus-its-ok-to-do-so/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/14/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-cursed-at-his-critics-even-calling-them-pigs-and-bitches/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/04/27/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wanted-all-humans-who-reject-him-to-die/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/01/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-vs-batalvi-1891-1892-era-mga-sent-10-lanats-on-batalvi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/05/26/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-wrote-vulgarities-in-arabic-also-new-research-from-arab-ex-ahmadis/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/08/26/a-rare-book-by-ahmadiyya-found-hazrat-masih-maoud-kee-sadaqat-kaa-aik-our-nishan-zahir-hua/

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Who is Maulvi Sa’adullah or Saadullah or Sa’dullah of Ludhiana (died Jan-1907)??

Intro
As soon as MGA made his wild claims of Messiah-ship in late 1890, many Muslims came forward and challenged MGA to debates and etc.  Maulvi Sa’dullah was one such Muslim he was a convert to Islam from Hinduism and worked as the school master at the Christian Mission School at Ludhiana .  In 1892-1893, MGA had called Sa’dullah the famous arabic derogatory phrase, “Zarrayatul Baghaya”.  Ahmadiyya sources claim that MGA made a prophecy about Sa’dullah in a book called “Anwar-ul-Islam” (Urdu) which was published in 1894, 3 years after MGA had his initial altercation with Sa’dullah.  In 1897, MGA wrote some poetry vs. Sa’dullah to the effect that God should make a decision between them, he also called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes (Ibn Bagha).  Sa’dullah died in January of 1907, 3-5 months later in May of 1907, as Haqiqatul Wahy was published, MGA claimed that Sa’dullah died of plague and mubahila.  MGA also purposely left out his poetry wherein he called Sa’dullah as the son of prostitutes (ibn Bagha), Mirza Bashir Ahmad claims that Muhammad Ali advised MGA to leave this out, in fear of legal recourse, i.e. the son of Sa’dullah might have sued for defamation.  Dard tells us it was Khwaja Kamaluddin and not Muhammad Ali however.  However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).

1894
Maulvi Sa’dullah writes a book vs. MGA entitled: “Shahab-e-Thaqib bar Masih-e-Kadhib” which means that “Fire shall descend upon this false Messiah”.  MGA claims that this book was written 4 years before MGA (there is a small math issue here) predicted Sa’dullah’s death (1897) (see Haqiqatul Wahy, online english edition, page 555).

Some quotes from poems in “Shahab-e-Thaqib bar Masih-e-Kadhib”
See Life of Ahmad, online english edition, page 431, Ahmadi sources tell us Mir Nasir Nawab published a response to Maulvi Sa’dullah (see Dard)
‘Listen, O prophet of Qadian, accursed, shameless and Satan incarnate Just as a Qalandar makes his bear dance by repeating to it the words,

“May thy grannie die”, we are now determined to make you dance a similar dance.’

Again:

There have been many immodest and shameless persons in the world, but your shamelessness has surpassed all. It will be very difficult for you to save your beard, head and moustache, for the barber must now shave you clean.”
Again :

MGA quoted this book in Haqiqatul Wahy, see pages 556-558
This is from a poem that Sa’dullah wrote vs. MGA in persian, Sa’dullah quoted 69:45 of the Quran also: 

“”””The translation of these verses—which he addresses to me in his book—is the following:

It has been ordained by God that He would seize you and cut your jugular vein and then, after your death, this, your false Movement, will be destroyed. And although you people say that
trials do indeed come, on the Day of Judgment and even in this world you will die a death of loss and frustration.

If he had falsely attributed even a trivial statement to Us (al-Haqqah, 69:45).

You will suffer humiliation everywhere and there is no honour for you here or in the Hereafter.

Sa’dullah wrote additional poetry in his book, and MGA quoted it
Sa’dullah called these as supplicatory couplets as”Qadiul-Hajat” in english as “The Provider of all Needs”:

“””O my Self-Sufficient Lord! You bestowed upon me the darlings of my heart,
But some of them you snatched back.
God my Lord! Grant me a better substitute, and help me, by Your grace,
to eradicate worries and distress.
O my Gracious Lord! Each one of my wives and children is the delight of my eyes.
My heart is full of acute pain and grief,
On account of the death of my dear ones!””””

Ahmadiyya sources claim that MGA made a prophecy to the effect that Sa’dullah’s lineage will be child less
In typical MGA fashion, Ahmadiyya sources claim that in 1894, MGA made a prophecy to the effect that Sa’dullah’s lineage will be cut off.  However, in Islam this is not proper.  In fact, the lineage of Muhammad (saw) was purposely cut off.  Thus, MGA and his team are out of line making such an assertion.

1893-May, in MGA’s book, “Sachai Ka Izar” or “The Truth Revealed” in english
In this book, MGA wrote Maulvi Sa’dullah’s name and invited him for Mubahila (see page 20).

The Quote from Anwar ul Islam (1894)
In Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA lists this prophecy as sign #167 of his truth.  He quotes Anwar ul Islam as follows:

[Surely, it is your enemy who is without issue.]

This ilham of MGA is actually a quranic verse, 108:3.  However, this alleged ilham is not specific to anyone.  The Ahmadiyya team of editors is guilty of lying to the masses.  The keyword here is “abtar” which MGA made a point of in Haqiqatul Wahy.  The original verse, as given to Muhammad (saw) is properly elucidated here.

In 1894, Sa’dullah already had a son ages 15-16
Per Ahmadiyya sources, Sa’dullah already had a son, thus this entire prophecy is fake (see Haqiqatul Wahy).  By 1907, when Sa’dullah died, this son was 28-29 years old.  He was Sa’dullah’s only son, per Ahmadiyya sources.  MGA claims that Sa’dullah’s only son has yet to have had a child, thus, this prophecy is fulfilled.  However, he was only 28-29 years old.  MGA goes on to assert that Sa’dullah’s son is unmarried and thus there is something very wrong about this entire scenario.

Dard tells us that Sa’ dullah’s son died in 1927 without children
“”Sa‘dullah’s son lived for about 20 years after him; he was married and his wife outlived
him but he died without issue, on 12-7-1926 at Koom Kalan (Ludhiana).”” (see Dard).  We seriously doubt this report.

1897, poetry vs. Sa’dullah in Anjam-e-Athim, MGA called him the son of a prostitute
In typical MGA fashion, he continued his tirade vs. Sa’dullah.

1907-Haqiqatul Wahy
MGA quotes his poetry from 1897, however, he purposely leaves out the lines wherein he calls Sa’dullah the son of a prostitute (Ibn Bagha).  Mirza Bashir Ahmad blamed Muhammad Ali.

MGA also mentions Sa’dullah as Sign#188 in Haqiqatul Wahy
Just a few pages after mentioning the idea that Sa’dullah’s lineage had been cut off, MGA goes on to assert that Sa’dullah’s death was even predicted by MGA himself.  MGA calls Sa’dullah as Munshi Sa‘dullah of Ludhiana.  MGA was claiming that he published an announcement about the death prophecy vs. Sa’dullah, however, no such announcement exists, he also claims that Sa’dullah verbally cussed at MGA and slandered him and predicted MGA’s death, however, none of that data has ever been seen.

Muhammad Ali advised MGA to leave out the Ibn Bagha  and other quotes out of Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA also mentions this in HW.  However, by 1935, Mirza Bashir Ahmad said: The lawyer was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. In al-Hakam, volume 38, number 7, February 28, 1935, pages 3–4, narrating the eye-witness accounts of Maulavi Muhammad Ibrahim Baqapuri (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah).  

Seeratul Mehdi, page 31 part 1.

(42) stated to me by shaikh Abdurehman misri that once Hazrat sb (MGAQ) kept sitting after zuhur prayer in masjid of qadiyanan. Few days ago hazrat sb has written that Saadullah will remain without progeny. His son that is alive today , is impotent, will surely not be able to take his name ahead. This humble self says that saadullah was worst enemy of hazrat sb and used to talk bad against him. But before publishing this ” ishtihar” molvi Muhammad Ali advised hazrat sb that publishing such ishtihar would be against law . He said if Saadullah filed a suit in the court we would not be in a position to prove impotency of his son. Hazrat sb did not agree, when molvi Muhammad Ali insisted on his advise , hazrat sb,s face turned red he got infuriated and said “when a prophet gets himself armed and comes to battle field, he does not disarm him”.

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1922
In the Khalifa’s book, “”A Present to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales””, the Khalifa mentions how the son of Maulvi Sa’dullah still has no children.  However, this is unverified and thus dubious.  

Links and Related Essays
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https://www.alislam.org/library/books/A-Present-to-His-Royal-Highness.pdf

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