Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Misri was born in Qadian in 1914, he was the Ahmadi who accused Mahmud Ahmad of sex crimes in Qadian in the 1936-37. His father was Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri, who was a high-ranking Qadiani-Ahmadi-Imam in those days, in fact, he would sometimes serve as in-charge of Qadian when the Khalifa would be out of town. Bashir Ahmad Misri and his friends (Fakhr ud Din Multani was murdered, he died a few days later) were attacked in broad day light in Qadian on Saturday, 08-07-1937, around 4:30 pm at the time of Asr prayers. This led to his family asking for government and Muslim (the Ahrar’s) protection from the Mirza family. They seem to have moved to Lahore in late 1937. His father was hired as an Imam for the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. However, Bashir Ahmad Misri joined Sunni-Islam in 1940 and moved to East Africa, wherein he seems to have worked as a teacher. In 1961, he was allowed to move to London. A few years later, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s hired him to be an editor. It seems that Bashir Ahmad Misri was planning to make friends with the Lahori-Ahmadi’s and then to turn on them at an opportune time. Which is exactly what he did. In 1964, he became the Imam of the Woking Mosque. By July 1968, his plan was in motion, he organized the local Muslim’s and wrestled control of the mosque from the Lahori-Ahmadi’s to the local Muslim scholars. He them left and went on a tour. His father died as a Lahori-Ahmadi in Pakistan in 1979. Bashir Ahmad Misri then responded to Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s global Mubahila challenge in 1989 and wrote about his youth in Qadian. His death year is unknown to us.
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Fakhruddin Multani was a prominent official of the Qadiani faction of the Ahmadiyya. He managed the printing and publication office in Qadian, India (also called the “Ahmadiyya Book Depot” or “Ahmadiyya Book House”. He was really close friends with Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Misri, Hafiz Bashir Ahmad Misri was born in Qadian in 1914, he was the Ahmadi who accused Mahmud Ahmad of sex crimes in Qadian in the 1936-37. The famous Seeratul Mahdi was published from the home of Fakhruddin Multani, his home was a printing press, he also published the 1927 edition and 1935.
Thus, in 1937, he asked for a public inquiry into the moral character of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad. Since Mirza Mahmud Ahmad had established a personality cult around his person, he took a very dim view and started to incite his followers to ostracize, harass and harm the dissenters. They were both attacked in broad day light in Qadian on Saturday, 08-07-1937, around 4:30 pm at the time of Asr prayers. Multani was thus stabbed by a fanatical Ahmadi on the 6th or 7th of August, 1937 and succumbed to his injuries on the 13th of August, 1937. The murderer, Aziz Ahmad, was lauded by the Ahmadiyya community, as well as by Mirza Mahmud Ahmad. A picture of Fakhr ud Din Multani on his deathbed can be found here. This led to his family asking for government and Muslim (the Ahrar’s) protection from the Mirza family. Misri and his whole family thus moved to Lahore in late 1937. The Lahori-Ahmadi have mentioned this murder in their book about Muhammad Ali, “A Mighty Striving”, see page 239. Qadiani-Ahmadi sources are totally silent in contrast. Many years later, his son wrote about Ahmadiyya and explained all of this.
In a very strategic manner, the Al-Hakam online has published an article on conspiracies against the Ahmadiyya jamaat, this was done in a strategic way to counteract the Khalifa’s recent leaked audio wherein he told his niece to stay quiet about rape. In this essay, they claim that in the mid-1920’s, an ahmadi named Syed Dilawar Shah Bukhari, the Ahmadi editor of The Muslim Outlook was arrested for blasphemy and incarcerated.
The article also tells us about an incident from 1927, wherein a family living in Qadian, known as the family of “Mistris” (masons), started to speak out against the 2nd Khalifa. Fazal Karim Mistri, started a newspaper called Mubahala in which he carried on an uninterrupted tirade of the vilest allegations against the character of the 2nd Khalifa.The 2nd Khalifa is reported to have said that he is the main land owner at Qadian, how dare these people challenge the Mirza family and their behaviors. The Khalifa mentions how this family aligned with the Lahori-Ahmadi’s.
The article then tells about the famous rape allegations of June 1937, wherein Sheikh Abdur Rahman Misri wrote three letters to the Khalifa on 10, 14 and 23 June 1937. In the first letter, he maligned the character of the Khalifa. In the second and third, he demanded that the Khalifa resign from Khilafat on the ground that his character was not such, that he could be called Khalifatul Masih. Ironically, this article by the Al-Hakam doesn’t mention the murder of Fakhur-ud-Din Multani, which happened a few months later in August. The article also didn’t mention Bashir Ahmad Misri, who was there when Multani was stabbed, he was the son of Sheikh Abdur Rahman Misri and the main whistleblower in this case.
Nida Al-Nasser has highlighted the fact that the Mirza family has been running a “Kanjar-House” in the “Qasr-e-Khilafat” (Palace of the Khalifa) at Rabwah and Tilford (watch this tik tok). It was MGA who started all of this “Kanjar-Khana back at Qadian, since he was allowed to touch all women without issue. In fact, a great-grand-father of Nida was Dr. Abdul Sattar Shah and he would regularly send his own daughte (Zainab Begum)r to spend long nights with MGA wherein she massaged him and gave other services. Fauzia Faizi is also a great grand-daughter of Dr. Abdul Sattar Shah, she thoroughly exposed the Ahmadiyya cult about 5-6 years and seems to have went silence since then. Even after MGA died, the 1st Khalifa kept the “Kanjar-House” alive and even had the widow of MGA (Nusrat Jehan) calling herself the sex slave (laundi) of Noorudin. The 2nd Khalifa was accused of rape in 1905, even in that case, Ahmadiyya sources claim that there were a lack of witnesses. He became Khalifa in 1914 and immediately married the daughter of Noorudin, she was dead 10 years later. He then raped his daughter Amtul Rasheed extensively and even brought an italian prostitute to Qadian (Miss Rufo). A few years later, he tried to rape Bashir Ahmad Misri, which led to the murder of Fakhruddin Multani and multiple allegations of sex crimes vs. the 2nd Khalifa. It didn’t end there. Mirza Nasir Ahmad took over at Rabwah, the Mirza boy’s (cousin’s) all grew up together, this included, Mirza Luqman Ahmad, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Mirza Fareed Ahmad and many others. These guys were the gangsters of Rabwah. They were all secretly involved in the 1974 Rabwah Train attacks. In 1982, Mirza Luqman Ahmad was involved in the 2nd marriage of the 3rd Khalifa with the 25-year old woman. It seems that Mirza Luqman Ahmad was in love with Dr. Tahira.
What is a Kanjar?
We love all poor people at this blog, however, in desi culture, these people never converted to any religion and seem to have had low moral character, thus, desi people created a cuss word, which seems ridiculous from my american perspective. The Kanjar are a nomadic tribe or group of people of North India, Kashmir and Pakistan. The Mirasi tribes are also probably related to them. These people are also sometimes called by the names of Nath, Banchra and Gashtay.
In December of 1923, the first ever edition of Seeratul Mahdi in Urdu was published from British-India (see page 9). We have found 2 volumes of this, vol-2 seems to have been published in 1927. We have posted Vol. 1 and 2 of the 1923 edition in the below. We have also posted a scan of the cover page of the 1923 edition of Seeratul Mahdi.
From 1923-1927 to the new edition of 1935, there were many edits. One major edit was where MGA had his diarrhea, in the 1923 edition, Nusrat Jehan told the world that MGA did diarrhea right next to his own bed and on the floor. MGA didn’t wash his self or his hands and continued to lay next to his wife. In the 1935 edition, Nusrat Jehan’s comments were edited to make the reader think that Nusrat Jehan “made arrangements” next to MGA’s bed wherein MGA spewed his diarrhea. You can also listen to Zia Rasul from the Aaqa Ka Ghulam youtube channel explaining this entire issue herein, at the 24:00 minute time mark). We have shortened Zia Rasul’s testimony and posted it here on tik tok.
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We have found the 2nd edition of Seeratul Mahdi (1935)(free download in the below), it seems to have had at least 3 volumes, we have posted vol 1 and 3 in the below. It was published from Qadian, from the house of Fakhr-uddin Multani, he seems to have owned a printing press “Ahmadiyya Book House” (Ahmadiyya Ghar house). Fakhr-uddin Multani left Ahmadiyya 2 years later and was killed in broad daylight in Qadian, right after the Friday prayer.
On the second page, it is written that Maulvi Sher Ali helped Mirza Bashir Ahmad with this collection, and it is better then the previous edition (and has many additions)(the 1923 edition).
Ahmadi’s are editing the books of MGA all the time. They even edited Seeratul Mahdi from the 1935 edition to the 2008 edition in terms of MGA’s diarrhea spilling all around his bed.
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“I’jaz-e-Ahmadi”, in english as “Miracle of Ahmad” was written by MGA’s team of writers in 1902, and published on November 15th, 1902 from Qadian (see the cover page of the first edition). The full first edition of this book is totally missing from the records. In reality, this is 3 different topics mashed together. We are unsure if it was like this in the original book. It should be noted that ever since 1984 (when Mirza Tahir Ahmad invented Ruhani Khuzain), all of the books of MGA were edited. Nevertheless, this book starts off with a manuscript to Nuzul ul Maseeh, this was called the appendix by MGA and his team of writers. Nuzul ul Maseeh wasn’t published until after MGA died in 1909. We have split up the book review accordingly.
Part-1 is the review on the Appendix for Nuzul ul Masih. MGA mentions how he doesn’t care about sahih hadith, he throws them away, he only follows his own revelations.
The second review is on the MGA’s Arabic poem (101 pages)wherein he disrespects Islam by claiming that Muhammad (Saw) only split the moon once, and for himself (MGA) his God causes 2 splits (eclipses). MGA also totally disrespects Shia’s and call’s Shia-ism as a pile of shit next to a good smelling Islam. MGA also claims to have drunk red wine from his god (as a metaphor for knowledge).
The third review is basically a 5-page announcement wherein the same contents as Part-1.
After the biggest massacre of Ahmadi’s ever in Ahmadiyya history (during partition, 1947), the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s settled in Lahore and organized the first ever Qadiani Jalsa in Pakistan. On 16 December 1947, the Khalifa announced during the Friday Sermon that just as the Jalsa Qadian would continue as normal, a zilli Jalsa [meaning in reflection of the original] would be held in Lahore on 27 and 28 December 1947, which was to be preceded by the Shura on the 26 December.
Thus, there were 2 Jalsa’s in the Punjab. Per Ahmadiyya sources, the Jalsa at Qadian was attended by 315 individuals of which 62 were Sikh and non-Ahmadi Muslim guests.
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Fakhr-ud Din Multani and Bashir Ahmad Misri were both attacked in broad day light in Qadian on Saturday, 08-07-1937, around 4:30 pm at the time of Asr prayers. Multani was thus stabbed by a fanatical Ahmadi on the 6th or 7th of August, 1937 and succumbed to his injuries on the 13th of August, 1937. The murderer, Aziz Ahmad, was lauded by the Ahmadiyya community, as well as by Mirza Mahmud Ahmad. A picture of Fakhr ud Din Multani on his deathbed can be found here. This led to his family asking for government and Muslim (the Ahrar’s) protection from the Mirza family. Misri and his whole family thus moved to Lahore in late 1937. The Lahori-Ahmadi have mentioned this murder in their book about Muhammad Ali, “A Mighty Striving”, see page 239. Qadiani-Ahmadi sources are totally silent in contrast. Many years later, his son wrote about Ahmadiyya and explained all of this.
In this edition of the Al-fazl, page 5, MGA’s children are being defended, MGA was a very pious person, his children could never be bad. He also talks about ghair-mubain (ahmadi’s who reject the Khilafat). Fakhr ud Din Multani was also mentioned, and the Khalifa was accused of inciting murder. This essay from the Al-Fazl defends the family of MGA and tells the world that they would never do anything bad like sexual assault and rape. MGA even prayed over and over again to make his family pious, thus, they could have never committed these crimes. About a month after this, the Khalifa was facing severe punishments from allah via ailments.