Maulvi Noorudin seems to have went for Hajj in the late 1960’s, while it was under Wahabi rule (See page 30, Maulvi Nurudin by Zafrullah Khan)(and “Nur ud Din”, page 25). The very famous Rahmatullah Kairanawi was living there and personally taught Noorudin. Our research on Rahmatullah Kairanawi is still incomplete. He seems to have been exiled from India to Wahabi controlled Arabia after the famous mutiny of 1857. This seems to be the beginning of Noorudin connections with the Ahl-e-Hadith aka Wahabi-type of Muslims. Even Sir Syed Ahmad Khan became Ahl-e-Hadith. Noorudin was a solid member, and had many students. This is probably how he met MGA. You can read about Noorudin’s affiliation to the Ahl-e-Hadith herein. He also had a connection with the Deobandi’s. In fact, he was also taught by Shah Abdul Ghani Mujaddadi, who was the teacher of the famous Nanautvi and many others (See the Deobandi school).
As we all know, MGA was a raging diabetic patient. MGA told the world that his diabetes was so bad that he would urinate 100 times a day. We also know from medical journals that 99% of diabetic patients lose their eye sight. When MGA died in 1908, Noorudin took over and began covering up all the errors and omissions of MGA. He got Jesus in India published and Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 published. In 1909, he published Nuzul ul Masih and in that book, he claimed that MGA got a revelation wherein his God told him that ir-regardless of MGA’s diabetic condition, his GOD would preserve his eyes and make them work perfectly. However, if we look at MGA’s picture, its obvious that MGA can’t even open his eyes and thus can’t see very well. MGA’s ghost writers wrote the books for MGA and read books/newspapers to MGA. MGA mentioned 2 additional organs that he asserted were the ear and brain.
MGA also wrote about this in Haqiqatul Wahy, see pages 458-459.
Continue reading “After Mirza Ghulam Ahmad died, Noorudin wrote in Nuzul ul Masih that MGA was given good eye-sight, ir-regardless of his diabetic condition”
It seems that just after MGA died, Noorudin wrote a book about MGA’s death entitled, “Wafat e Masih Maud”. It was published on Saturday, June 14, 1908. This seems to be connected with the Friday sermon by Noorudin on June 5th, 1908.
Nooruddin admits that the enemies of Ahmadiyya were alleging MGA had died of cholera. In fact, he even said that if MGA had died of cholera, that he still died the death of a martyr, however, he seems to have forgot that MGA had recently told Maulvi Sanaullah that he would die of cholera and that it was a curse from god.
However, we have found independent sources (the Vakil newspaper) in this time frame that claimed that MGA had died of cholera, in Urdu as Haiza. Even Farquhar wrote the same in 1915. This is also the word that was used by MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab in the 1920’s as he narrated to Shaikh Ali Yacub Irfani his autobiography. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second Friday Sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian. Further, MGA was sitting on mobile toilet (chowkee) just minutes before he died, he died on Brandereth Road in Lahore. You can read MGA’s death story here from Ahmadi sources only.
Sughra Begum is an interesting case. She was forcibly married to Maulvi Noorudin in 1889. She was the daughter of Sufi Ahmad Jan of Ludhiana. The first ever bait ceremony of 1889 was held in her house. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that that the daughter of Sufi Ahmad Jan was married off to Noorudin in March of 1889, just before MGA’s bait ceremony. Noorudin was married to Sufi Ahmad Jan’s daughter (Sughra Begum, she was most likely 12-14 years old)(see “Maulvi Noorudin” by Zafrullah Khan, online english edition of 2006, pages 82-83)(see also, “Hakeem Noorudin” by Syed Hasanat Ahmad, online english 2003 edition, pages 3, 41 and 73) in the same month of March 1889, they seem to have held this wedding on 7 March 1889 and the bait ceremony a few weeks later. Sughra begum must have thus moved to Jammu with Noorudin, its unknown. Noorudin moved to Qadian from Jammu in 1893. Sughra Begum thus lived in the same house as MGA’s wife and Maulvi Abdul Karim’s wife.
She lived in MGA’s mansion until roughly January-1914, wherein she was forced to move out to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan’s house. A year later, she tried to poison the Khalifa (See Tareekh e Ahmadiyya)(See the scan in the below, which was found by @zafarim786). In 1914, as soon as Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became Khalifa, he married Sughra Begum’s daughter, Amtul Haye. After 1915, Sughra Begum goes missing in Ahmadiyya records. Her son, Abdul Haye died mysteriously in 1915 also, is there a connection? Her daughter died mysteriously in 1924. In the 1950’s, her 2 youngest sons were kicked out of Ahmadiyya. That left one son in Ahmadiyya, Maulvi Abdus Salaam who seems to have remained a Qadiani until he died in 1955. After the partition of 1947, they moved to Quetta. His son recently popped-up in an Ahmadi magazine.
Mirza Khalil Ahmad (also spelled Mirza Khaleel Ahmad) is the son of the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and Amtul Haye (the daughter of Noorudin). Mirza Khalil Ahmad is not mentioned at all in any english books of the Ahmadiyya jamaat, not even Fazl-e-Omar. He had to have been born from 1916–1924 era, its unknown. His mom was dead by 1924. He was married to Asma Tahira (born in 1935 and died in 2016). She passed away in Canada on 23 December 2016 at the age of 81 (see the Khutbah of Mirza Masroor Ahmad of 1-6-2017). They seem to have been married 52 years earlier in 1964. She married at the age of 29, which is high in the cultural standards of 1964 in Pakistan. Mirza Khalil Ahmad must have been 42+ years old at the time of marriage, which is also high. They HAD NO CHILDREN.
His sister, Amtul Rasheed was raped by her own father, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the dates are unknown. His other sister, Amtul Qayyum was married off to the famous MM Ahmad, they had no children, it was a cousin marriage.
It is also plausible that Mirza Basheer ud Din’s father was also Maulvi Noorudin, and thus, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad married his step sister and had these children from that marriage. The reason is that MGA was impotent and incapable of getting an erection. They all lived together in MGA’s mansion too, even after MGA died.
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Abdul Wahab was the elder brother of Abdul Mannan Omar (1910-2006), they were both the sons of Noorudin (the 1st Khalifa). His only sister was Amtul Haye (the eldest sibling) and his elder brother who was killed was Abdul Haye, his other elder brother was Abdus Salaam (died in 1956). He was born and raised in MGA’s house, since Noorudin lived exclusively with MGA, in MGA’s mansion complex.
2 brothers were excommunicated from the Ahmadiyya Nizam – E – Jamaat in the 1956 for conspiring to depose the Khilafat. The second Khalifa discussed this in detail in his famous speech Khilafat – E – Haqqa Islamiyya. The 3rd brother was Maulvi Abdus Salaam who doesn’t seem to have been ex-communicated, by died in 1956.
Continue reading “Who is Abdul Wahab Omar? The son of Noorudin?”
MGA and his team of writers were always perplexed about a hadith report from Sahih-Muslim and an identical report from Ibn Majah. In both of these hadith, it was told by Muhammad (saw) that when Esa (as) would physically descend from heaven, he would physically have 2 angels on his side. In 1914, Kwaja Kamaluddin tells us (See The Causes of Internal Dissensions in the Ahmadiyya Movement, By Khwaja Kamaluddin, 1914) that these 2 angels were Noorudin and Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi. In Khwaja’s book, he didn’t talk about the hadith specifically, however, we know that this is the famous hadith from Muslim and Ibn Majah (when they refer to the 2 angels).
MGA claimed to be surrounded by angels all the time, he even called himself as as having Ruhul-Qudus (1891), in fact, his famous Khutbah ilhamiya was a situation wherein MGA claimed that his tongue was taken over by Gabriel. MGA had some weird angels who would visit him, sometimes, they would dance, sometimes they would bring money and call themselves Tichi Tichi. In 1905, MGA had a revelation of his published in his newspaper the Al-Badr wherein he described meeting an angel named Tichi Tichi. By 1907, MGA gave an explanation of this incident via Haqiqatul Wahy. However, this issue still haunts Ahmadi’s to this day. This is an embarrassing event in the history of Ahmadiyya. There were other strange angels who interacted with MGA, like Mithal Lal, Darshani, Khairati, Ayal or Ail, Sher Ali, and Hafeez. MGA had some weird angels who would visit him, sometimes, they would sing and dance. #Ahmadi sources claim that angels taught Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad the Fatiha, and no one knew it before him. Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Noorudin and Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi were the 2 angels that he descended with”
In 1887-1888, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a few book per MGA’s order, he would eventually become MGA’s top ghost writer. Thus, “Faslul Khitab” (4 volumes) was published by Noorudin in 1888 (press data is unknown)(Noorudin seems to have written this book while in Poonch, which is on the Azad Kashmir and Kashmir border these days)(See Hazrat Maulvi Noorudin). In this book, Noorudin translated 4:157-159, and agreed with the classic translations of these verses, which insinuate that Esa (as) was raised towards Allah(4:158) and hasn’t died yet (4:159), MGA wrote the same in 1884, in BA-4. Lekh Ram wrote a book vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1887 entitled, “Takzib Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya”, in english it would be “Accusing as False the Proofs of Ahmadiya”. Noorudin responded with his 1890 publication, “Tasdiq-i-Barahin i Ahmadiyya” (Verifying the Proofs of Ahmadiyya) (see Kenneth Jones). After MGA made his wild claims in late 1890 and early 1891, Noorudin’s career as a writer came to an end. He seems to have switched to ghost writer only. In March of 1904, Maulvi Noorudin wrote a book entitled Nur-ud-Din. It is currently online as Nur ul Din on the Qadiani-Ahmadi website. The Al-Badr announced its publishing. It was written in response to a book Tark-i Islam by a former Muslim who joined the Hindu Arya Samaj and had explained the reasons why he had left the religion of Islam. Interestingly enough, even Noorudin wrote that MGA was born in 1839. We came across this data via twitter handle, @zafarim786.
Noorudin on 3:144 in 1888, via Faslul Khitab, page 28
See a good video on this here at 2:02:15 minute mark
Noorudin wrote that “Ar-Rusulu” meant many messengers, not ALL.
“”Muhammad (saw) was just one Messenger, before him, many Messengers have passed”
“”Muhammad salaal salam to aik rasul hai, pallay isse bhot rasul ja chuke hain”
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Mujadid e Azim (online english abridged version) tells us:
“””It contained rebuttals of one hundred and fifty objections raised by the Christian clergy against Islam, and a powerful refutation of Christianity. When the book was finished and published, Maulana Nur-ud-Din once again came to Hazrat Mirza and asked him: “What should I do now?” Hazrat Mirza replied: “Jihad.” Maulana Nurud-Din enquired: “With whom?” Hazrat Mirza replied: “With the Arya Hindus; write a book refuting their religion.” Accordingly, Maulana Nur-ud-Din wrote and published the book Tasdeeq Barahin Ahmadiyya (Verification of the Arguments Supporting Islam), which was a rebuttal of Lekhram’s book, Takzeeb Barahin Ahmadiyya (Falsification of the Arguments Supporting Islam). In this book, too, Maulana Nur-ud-Din effectively answered about a hundred and fifty further criticisms of Islam.”””
_______________________________________________________________________________________________Dard on Faslul Khitab
See Life of Ahmad by Dard, online english edition
“”He called himself Bashir. On April 7th, 1885, he sent eight questions to Maulawi Nur-ud-Dinra, in answer to which he produced Faslul Khitab in 1888. Rev. Thomas Howell made an abortive effort in 1889 to make a reply which was entitled Jawab Ahlil Kitab (Akhtar Hind Press, Amritsar). In those days he was posted at Pind Dadan Khan.””
Faslul Khitab Vol 2. P 308
Noorudin writes about 61:6, and how its about Muhammad (saw).
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We are reporting an incident from August 3rd, 1913, wherein the Ahmadi Khalifa (Maulvi Noorudin, who was living with one leg and immobile) supported the governments actions in shooting 20-30 Muslims who were rioting the decision to tear down a portion of a mosque (the famous Cawnpore [also spelled Kanpur] mosque shootings). Nowadays, Ahmadi’s cry when their mosque’s are torn down or partially demolished, however, when the British were in India, Ahmadi’s benefited and always took the side of the British government. The British government seems to have torn down this small portion of a mosque for a road, in the USA, we would call this as the concept of “Eminent domain”. The “Pagham-e-Sulh” magazine (Lahori-Ahmadi centric) supported Muslims and their agitation against the govt. Whereas, Noorudin (ra) wrote to the effect that “a bathroom forms no part of a mosque” and he reprimanded Ahmadis from supporting the rioters in the Pagham-e-Sulh. Eventually, Noorudin called this newspaper as “pagham-e-jang”, as a result of the publishing of “Izaharal Haq”. Whatever his comments were, it is obvious that he was displeased.
Furthermore, after 1914, Qadiani-Ahmadis as led by Khalifa 2 (ra) didnt play a role in supporting Muslim ambitions in the sub-continent, whereas the Lahoris were trying to build bridges with the Muslim community and were even satisfied by converting people to Islam and not Ahmadiyyat. The tabligh work of Kamalludin sahib in England highlights that concept. Khalifa 2 (ra) was more concerned with preserving the uniqueness of the Ahmadiyya movement.
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