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The wife of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, Zainab Bibi

Ahmadiyya editors are always busy trying to hide all of the controversial data in terms of Ahmadiyya history.  In this edition of Ahmadiyya editors tampering with the texts, we are highlighting the wife of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, her name was Zainab Bibi.  She isn’t talked about much in Ahmadiyya literature, most likely because she was very young (11–14) when she was betrothed to Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti.  This wife seems to have been given to him after he joined with MGA and moved to Qadian.  We also have to assume that she lived with MGA and his family in there house, and seems to have slept with Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti in his room, on the 3rd floor of MGA’s giant house.  Why do we assume these things about the wife of
Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti?  The 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah (page 780) tells us as follows:

“””The Promised Messiah[as] said: The dream in which I had seen that there were two other graves next to the grave of Maulavi ‘Abdul-Karim has been fulfilled. One of them is the grave of Ilahi Bakhsh of Maler Kotla and the other is of the deceased Chaudhry Sahib.”””
[Badr, vol. 2, no. 23, June 7, 1906, p. 4]

Footnote by Jalal ud Din Shams—
That is, Chaudhry Allah Dad, Head Clerk, office of the Review of Religions, Qadian. The dream mentions three graves. The third grave is now there. It is of the wife of Hadrat Maulavi ‘Abdul-Karim, Zainab Bibi. [Jalal-ud-Din Shams]

Some Conclusions
This footnote by Jalal ud Din Shams is from the 1956 edition of Tadhkirah, as stated in the 2009 online edition itself.  Based on this, we have to assume that the wife of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, Zainab Bibi, died in at least 1956, which covers 77 years after 1891, when Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti moved into MGA’s house.  If Zainab Bibi was 13-14 in 1891, that makes her 90-91 in roughly 1945.

Who was Zainab Bibi?
Per Jalal ud Din Shams, Shadi Khan was the father of Zainab (see the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 754, footnote).

Who was Shadi Khan?
There are 2 Shadi’s Khan listed in Ahmadiyya history, one was a wood-worker from Sialkot and very poor.  He was also listed under the 313 companions of 1896.  There is another Malik Shadi Khan.


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Who is Chaudhry Maula Bakhsh Sahib Bhatti Sialkoti?

Chaudhry Maula Bakhsh Sahib Bhatti Sialkoti was a close companion of MGA.  Read his story here:

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The wife of Maula Bakhsh Sahib Bhatti Sialkoti, her name was Ramzan Bibi Sahiba

This page on this website is about the wife of Maula Bakhsh Sahib Bhatti Sialkoti.

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Mian Abdur Razzaq Sahib Sialkoti, who was the father-in-law of Dr. Shah Nawaz Khan Sahib

This is a continuation of data that we collected from an Ahmadi website.

Page 4, Mian Abdur Razzaq Sahib Sialkoti, who was the father-in-law of Dr. Shah Nawaz Khan Sahib


The agonizing death of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti (1905)

We have written about his entire life here:

In this video
An Ahmadi scholar tells us how much Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti suffered and then eventually died in MGA’s house. While on his death-bed, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti busted his head open and required an additional surgery. He left his widow behind, they didn’t seem to have any children.

The video

Per MGA, Noorudin was worth a 1000 Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti’s

MGA had a team working with him day and night.  When Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti suddenly died in 1905, MGA got worried.  There is a story from this era wherein the wives of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti competed for MGA’s attention and love, they both contended that their husband was nearer and dearer to MGA.

The quotes
Hayat-e-Nur p.299

See Hadrhat Maulwi Noorudin by Zafrullah Khan, page 95-96

Some time after the death of Maulawi ‘Abdul Karimra, Maulawi Nur-ud-Dinra happened to fall ill.
The Promised Messiahas visited him every day, and on one occasion busied himself with preparing some medicine for him. Hadrat Ummul Mu’minin ra sensing his anxiety and seeking to comfort him observed:

“””Maulawi Burhanuddinra has passed away, Maulawi ‘Abdul Karimra has died; may Allah, of His mercy, restore Maulawi Sahibra speedily to health; whereupon the Promised Messiahas affirmed: “This one is the equal of a thousand ‘Abdul Karims.”””

Wherein the wives ofd Nooruddin and Abdul Karim competed

On one occasion Maulawi ‘Abdul Karim’sra wife and Maulawi Nur-ud-Din’sra wife each contended that her husband was the favourite of the Promised Messiahas. They invited his wife, Hadrat Ummul Mu’mininra, to pronounce on the question. She said there was no difficulty, the question could be settled in a trice. She approached the Promised Messiahas and began: “Your dearest companion …” He interrupted her and enquired in an agitated tone: “Is anything the
matter with Maulawi Nur-ud-Din?”

The life and death of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti

Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was born in 1858 (see Dard, page 816, 2008 online edition, the original was published in 1948), he died on Oct. 11th, 1905 (see english ROR, November-1905 pages 446-447).  He was a follower of MGA from roughly 1889 to his death in 1905.  We don’t talk about people’s death normally, however, in the case of Ahmadiyya, we are forced to, since all Ahmadi’s wish a miserable death upon us.  Moreover, MGA wished a miserable death on all his critics.  Hence, we are forced to write about these types of situations.

MGA knew Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti since the 1860’s
They never met in this era, however, MGA must have known some relatives of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti.

Pre–1889, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was influenced heavily by Sir Syed, before he met MGA

Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti takes MGA’s bait in 1889, he is Ahmadi #43, Mirza Bashir Ahmad lies about this

1889–1890, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was an employee of Nooruddin

1891, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti and his wife moves into MGA’s home

1891, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, Amrohi and Noorudin become the imams of the mosques at Qadian

1891, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti’s young wife

1891–Dr. Basharat Ahmad (who eventually became a Lahori-Ahmadi) learned of Ahmadiyya through Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti.

Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was also a ghost writer and editor and speech giver
He used to translate Mirza’s writings into Farsi and Arabic, and also read out his speeches and sermons. He has been variously described as one of the two ‘angels’ on whose shoulders the Messiah landed.

After taking bai’at, Maulvi Abdul Karim frequently visited Qadian to spend time in the company of the Promised Messiah and to benefit from his spiritual and learned discourses. He made it a point to accompany the Promised Messiah wherever he went for dissemination of Islam and the true teachings of the Qur’an. We find him present in Ludhiana in July 1891 during the debate between Maulvi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi and the Promised Messiah; similarly in October 1891 during the Promised Messiah’s speech in Jamia Masjid Dehli, and during the debates by the Promised Messiah with Maulvi Nazeer Hussain Dehlvi, and the written debate with Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali. He was one amongst those seventy persons who attended the first Jalsa Salana (Annual Gathering) which was held in Qadian from 27 to 29 December, 1891, and thereafter he accompanied the Promised Messiah on his visit to Lahore in January 1892 and his visit to Sialkot in February 1892.

1896, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti delivers the famous lecture, “Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam”, however, Nooruddin is one of the judges


1900, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti announces MGA’s prophethood and argues with Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi

Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti went totally blind by roughly 1902
Ahmadi biographers have written that Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti was slowly going blind.  If you see his pictures from roughly 1900, he is wearing glasses, however, soon thereafter, all of his pictures show him to be wearing glasses, which are an indication that he had totally went blind by roughly 1902.

1903 era—Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti’s wife?
Not much is written about the wife of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, she makes one appearance in the literature of Ahmadiyya, this is in roughly the 1903 era.  She competes with the wife of Noorudin, in terms of who does MGA love more?  Noorudin or Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti.  Further, where are his children?  He seems to either have had NO children or they disappeared.

1904, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti is the official Ahmadi speech giver, he gives speeches on behalf of MGA all over the Punjab

August–Oct 1905
While on his deathbed, and since he was totally blind, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti hit his head on a window and his head was split open.

1905, Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti dies of plague, MGA refuses to visit him on his deathbed
He fell ill in August of 1905, and died on 11 October 1905, probably of the plague, as Mirza did not visit him on his deathbed despite his request. On December 27, 1905, his body was exhumed and re-buried in the Bahishti Maqbara with new funeral prayers.

Notice of his death appeared in the Review of Religions. Abdul Kaim’s death was apparently caused by a huge carbuncle that was on his back..which later turned into a disease of pleurodynia. People have wondered if pleurodynia had anything connection with the plague?

Pages 446–447 … sh1905.pdf

Muhammad Ali died when Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti died

The Promised Messiah, who had spent those sleepless nights in prayers for his recovery for over two months and had procured every kind of medicine and food required by the doctors for his treatment and recovery, submitted to the will of God and became composed and asked Maulvi Muhammad Ali and Dr. Yaqub Beg, who were weeping, to stop crying. Inna illahi wa inna ilaih rajeoon. The next morning the Promised Messiah led Maulvi Abdul Karim’s funeral prayer and he was temporarily buried in general a graveyard of Qadian.
page 5

After Maulvi Abdul Karim died, MGA made disparaging remarks about him

“Suddenly on the 10 October 1905 Maulvi Abdul Karim suffered an attack of pleurisy and high fever. His body temperature rose to 106 degree. This condition continued for one and half days and finally he passed away on 11 October 1905.”



After the death of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti

Dr. Khan, the Ahmadi apostate, mentions the death of Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti

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Munshi Ghulam Qadir Fasih Sialkoti left Ahmadiyya since MGA was a failure

“”””(755) stated to me by Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail Sahib that Munshi Ghulam Qadir Fasih Sialkoti paid allegiance to Hazrat sb soon after his claim of masih maoud. He shows great zeal and selflessness in the beginning. So Hazrat sb has mentioned him in his book IZALA AUHAM. He was a fast friend of hazrat Molvi Abdul Karim sb. He did not hobble at the time of Athem,s shock, nor he reeled on the issue of nikah of Muhammadi Begum. How did he hobble was strange. He did hobble when Hazrat sb went to see chola sahib at Dera Baba Nanak Batala and after that he intended to write book SAT BACHAN. At this stage Munshi Ghulam Qadir said what kind of Mashi is this that he is wasting his time in such non sense activities just to prove that Baba Nanak was a Muslim. This is not a deed to be done by a person calibre of masih so he quit and never returned here till his death. This humble author says Munshi sahib was an english speaking educated and learned man and was president in the Debate with Athem from our side. But unfortunately he got knocked down.””””

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Who is Maulvi Burhanuddin of Jhelum (1830-1905) ??


We will continue to archive more and more info on the workers of MGA.  These are the people who worked with MGA, and lived in closed quarters with him, and thus were privy to the fraud of Ahmadiyya.  Today, we found info on Maulvi Burhanuddin of Jhelum, who died just a few months after Maulvi Abdul Karim.  We have taken this entire entry from the Al-Hakam website.  He met MGA in Hoshiapur, while MGA was asking for the hand of Ahmad Baig’s daughter, Muhammadi Begum.

The data

Grave of Hazrat Maulvi Burhanuddin Jhelmi r.a.

Hazrat Maulvi Burhanuddinra of Jhelum (c. 1830-1905) was a very close companion of the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas. He exemplified the love that one should have with their holy master.

He had remained in the pupillage of Maulvi Syed Nazeer Husain Dehlvi (the same scholar who announced the nikah of the Promised Messiahas and Hazrat Syeda Nusrat Jehan Begum Sahibara) for some time and was hence a practicing and staunch activist of the Ahl-i-Hadith movement before his allegiance to the Promised Messiahas.

Hazrat Burhanuddin Jehlmira established many local chapters of the Ahl-i-Hadith in India. Dissatisfied with the Ahl-i-Hadith ideology, he travelled far and wide in pursuit of a spiritual master that could lead him to right path – the path that led to spiritual peace.

He met the Promised Messiahas in 1886 in Hoshiarpur and requested him to accept his Bai‘at. The Promised Messiahas informed him that Allah the Almighty had not yet instructed him to take allegiance. In 1891, when Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas declared to be the Messiah promised for the latter days, Hazrat Burhanuddin Jehlmira studied the books of Hazrat Ahmadas, accepted his claim and travelled to Qadian to pledge allegiance.

He was a great scholar and the Promised Messiahas held his knowledge in high esteem. He would visit Qadian every year and it is reported that the Promised Messiahas once said to him: “Your visit brings me peace.”

Burhanuddin Sahibra had his own, mystical way of expressing his love and affection for his holy master. When the Promised Messiahas would return home from his morning walk, Hazrat Maulvi Sahibra would wipe Hazrat Ahmad’s shoes with his scarf.

Maulvi Sahibra was a great scholar of tafsir, hadith, fiqh and Arabic language and grammar. Despite his high stature as a scholar, he would listen with great care and attention to every word of the Promised Messiahas and remark: “How ignorant of me!”

The Promised Messiahas, out of the love he had for Hazrat Maulvi Sahibra, asked him to move from Jhelum and settle in Qadian but he would always respond by saying, “Huzoor, I am unworthy of living in Qadian.” This shows how, despite being an extremely educated, knowledgeable and pious person, he held the Promised Messiahas and everything associated to him in the highest regard.

His death (on 3 December 1905), along with the death of Hazrat Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkotira at around the same time (10 October), became a major factor for the Promised Messiahas to establish the Madrasa-e-Ahmadiyya; the loss of these two high-ranking scholars had to be filled with not two, but many scholars.

The Promised Messiahas said on 6 December 1905:

“Those of the highest standards in our Jamaat are passing away. Maulvi Abdul Karim Sahib, a sincere individual, and similarly now, Maulvi Burhanuddin Sahib of Jhelum have passed away. Many other scholars of our Jamaat have passed away. It is unfortunate that we are not able to substitute the deceased.” (Maktubat-e-Ahmadiyya [old edition], Vol. 5, no. 3, p. 62)

Allah the Almighty blessed the Jamaat of the Promised Messiahas with many scholars in the years to follow.

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