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“Tafseer-ul-Quraan ma` Usool-e-Tafseer” by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1880)

Intro
17 October 1817 – 27 March 1898), commonly known as Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (also Sayyid Ahmad Khan). He seems to have been a member of the growing Ahl-e-hadith movement in Northern India. However, by the 1860’s, he was a hybrid version of a Quranist. 

The Tafseer (commentary) was originally published, probably in parts, in the 1880’s. It does not cover the entire Quraan; it only goes up to Chapter 17, Soorah Banee Israa-eel. Sir Sayyad died
before he was able to complete the work. Chiragh Ali was a student or colleague of Sir Syed and was publishing similar material from Aligarh. Read a thorough review on this Tafsir herein, they claim that an english version is available at the Khuda Baksh Library.

The order of publishing is as follows:

Vol. I Aligarh, 1880.
Vol. II Aligarh, 1882, Agra, 1903.
Vol. III Aligarh, 1885.
Vol. IV Aligarh, 1888.
Vol. V Aligarh, 1892.
Vol. VI Aligarh, 1895.
Vol. VII Agra, 1904.

In this Tafseer, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan denied the physicality of the Miraaj, the concept of the Mahdi, the death of Eisa (as), the denial of Jinn, the denial that Adam (As) was the first human and etc etc.

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Sir Syed’s books about Islam (1857–1870)

Intro
As for the war of Independence 1857 that took place because of the Muslim spirit of freedom struggle and their growing resentment towards the British, “Sir” Syed labeled it as a ‘riot’ and ‘sedition.’ In his pamphlet, ‘Asbab-e-Baghawat-e-Hind’ (Causes of the Hind Sedition), he made it clear that Muslim were guilty of sedition. In this pamphlet, he told the British that the Muslims were in favour of their rule, but rebelled because they had not been given any seat or position in government circles. So, he played along with the British plan to engage Muslims within the British rule, rather than act to uproot it and he himself took a government position.
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In the early 1860’s, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wrote Sir Syed Ahmad Khan a few letters


Intro

I have written extensively about Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his “theft” of the ideas of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan of Aligarh. Whether Esa (As) was alive or dead was a “dead” issue in Islamic thought for over 1000 years, then Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wrote his commentary of the Quran in 1880, and had already been writing publicly that Esa (as) was dead in the 1870’s. In this entry, I am adding some new information to this story. Afzal Upal has revealed in his book on Ahmadiyya that MGA was actually writing letters to Sir Syed back in the early 1860’s, when he was employed in Sialkot (see page 112).
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Sir Syed was the first Muslim in India to ever say that all hadith on the Mahdi were weak…MGA copied

Intro
Like I have written before, MGA and his team copied from Sir Syed on almost every single topic, except Jesus in India, that was tooo ridiculous for any human to conjure up. In this specific case, I have a scan from the writings of Sir Syed, pre–1891, wherein he says that all hadith on the Mahdi are weak and unreliable. In 1891, MGA claimed to be “jesus”, he then downgraded all hadith on the Mahdi and called them as unreliable. However, once he heard about the eclipses, he quickly found a super unreliable hadith and called it as reliable and thus made the claim of being the only Mahdi who was to come.
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Sir Syed’s view on Esa (as)–1882

Intro
Obviously, MGA took all of his theories on religion from other people.  Sir Syed began publishing his commentary of the Quran in 1880, however, the section which concerns Esa (as) was published (see Nuzhat Haneef) in 1882, MGA almost immediately began calling himself as “like-esa” or “Maseel-e-Maseeh”. It’s important to note that it was Noorudin who urged MGA to do so. Later on, MGA also copied Sir Syed’s swoon theory and passed it off as his own (see Jesus in India, 1908 and Nuzhat Haneef). MGA also attracted lots of people who were already following Sir Syed’s new ideas on Islam, like Maulvi Abdul Karim and others. Sir Syed also denied the entire concept of the Mahdi in this era. The truth is that MGA knew about the new beliefs of Sir Syed as early as 1872 and began to slowly adopt them. However, he lied about his true beliefs from 1876–1890.
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Noorudin and Abdul Karim were influenced by Sir Syed

Intro
As we all know, Noorudin, Maulvi Abdul Karim and MGA were all influenced by the writings of Sir Syed.  Sir Syed denied all miracles in Islam by 1880, he denied the Islamic creation theory, the return of Esa (as), the arrival of the Mahdi, the physicality of the Mir’aj, all the hadith work, etc etc etc.  Obviously, Noorudin and Abdul Karim knew each other in 1880 and in the below I present data which proves this fact.  They would all eventually join MGA’s team of Mullahs and ghost writers, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali, Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera, Noorudin and many others.  Some other people who came independently, yet still joined MGA’s team was Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was also a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, in fact, uptil his job with MGA, he worked for the founder of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, Syed Nazeer Husain from Delhi and Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal. Maulvi Muhammad Ali was another, however, he came via Khwaja Kamaluddin and the prominent Ahmadi’s of Lahore.

The Quote
“””Humble servant (yaqoob Ali) narrates that Hazrat Moulvi Nurdin Khalifa Awal- in the beginning also was influenced by the thoughts and ways of Sir Syed. But in the company, and training of Hazrat Sahib (MGA) -slowly the impression of sir syed washed away. Moulvi Abdul Karim also in the beginning were fond of Sir Syed.”””
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Nuzhat Haneef
She wrote about this topic in her book.  Feel free to review that.

Other Data
Lahori-Ahmadis confirmed that Abdul Karim was influenced by Sir Syed (See the HOPE bulletin, Feb 2008).

Afzal Upal references
He mentions that MGA defended the Orthodox views on the return of Esa (as), as opposed to Sir Syed (M. A. Upal, Towards a computational science of culture, in Proceedings of the27th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, page 2568, Lawrence Earlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, 2005). 

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https://www.alislam.org/r.php?q=Shadi%20Khan

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The Ahmadi-cleric, Maulvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah was an opium addict!!!–Nu’mani, Sirajulhaq (1915). Tazkiratul Mahdi. Qadian, India: Zia-ul-Islam Press



Intro

My team recently found a rare book written by Ahmadis, and about Ahmadis and from the earliest period in Ahmadiyya. Its called Tazkiratul Mahdi, it was written by Sahibzada Sirajul Haq, and very early on in this history of Ahmadiyya, in fact, Upal recently quoted it. Nu’mani, Sirajulhaq (1915). Tazkiratul Mahdi. Qadian, India: Zia-ul-Islam Press. See Upal’s bibliography, page 128 of the book. His grandson married a daughter of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad. Maulvi Syed Sarwar Shah sahib had son named Syed Mubarik Shah. He lives in Hamburg, Germany. He is age fellow of Professor Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool sahib. They know each other from the days in Qadian. Until his last visit to USA in 2012 Professor sahib talked to Syed Mubarik Shah on telephone, in this writers presence. According to professor sahib, QK2 made sure that Syed Mubarik Shah does not get formal education and able to live good independent life as respected person. QK2 also made him part of inner circle of orgies and immorality. On telephone he used to repent on his life of sin he spent in company of QK2. During life of marhoom Abdul Mannan Omsar sahib, Syed Mubarik Shah use to call him and literally cry and ask him to pray for his forgiveness. In the literature produced by Haqqiqat Passand Party there is detail of  horrific disrespect of Holy Quran, involving QK2, his wife Maryam Begum, and young teenage boy Syed Mubarik Shah.
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Molvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah was a opium Addict. Pir Sirajul Haq Nu’mani writes in his book Tazkiratul Mahdi page 7 part 1 that Molvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah used opium in great quantity. But he left it at the time of Baiat with MGAQ.
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When did Sarwar Shah join Ahmadiyya? 
He wasn’t on the list of 313 Ahmadis in 1896. He seems to have joined some time between 1899–1904. He was a Deobandi-type-of Muslim before then. Later on, he became an official ghost writer and companion of MGA, and then a teacher of Mahmud Ahmad, who eventually became the Khalifa in 1914.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Sarwar Shah hated the Lahori-Ahmadis

Sarwar Shah must have been told to write fake stories about the enemies of the Qadianis.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________See TADHKIRAH, 2009 EDITION, PAGE 1058

Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IIra related the following dream of the Promised Messiahas in his speech:

There was a throne laid out on the top of the small mosque and I was sitting on it and with me was Maulavi Nur-ud- Din. One person (whose name need not be disclosed)1271 began to attack us wildly. I said to someone: ‘Catch hold of him and expel him from the mosque.’ He pushed him down the stairs and he went away running. Bear in mind that the interpretation of a mosque is the community.
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Barakat-e-Khilafat, Speech of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IIra, p. 31

1271—-Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: In his book Kashful-Ikhtilaf, Hadrat Maulavi Sayyed Sarwar Shahra (published February 1920, page 12) records this dream and adds that the man was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. When he was proposing a pact with the newspaper Watan, the Promised Messiahas said that he had seen dreams of warnings about him.

The scans

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Who is Dr. Syed Muhammad Hussain?

Intro
MGA died in his house in May of 1908, most likely at mid-night or 2am. He seems to have joined Ahmadiyya in the early 1900’s and was a class-mate of Allama Iqbal at the famous Scotch Mission High School. Colonel Dr. Bashir Husain, retired Director, Health Services, West Pakistan, is his son. In 1914, he quit Qadiani-Ahmadiyya and denounced the Mirza family and thus became a prominent Lahori-Ahmadi. He died in 1939. Continue reading “Who is Dr. Syed Muhammad Hussain?”

Who is Syed Abdul Latif?

Intro
Via the 1984 english translation of “Tadhkiratu-Shahadatain”(1903)–English translation, his name is spelled as Hazrat Sahibzada Sayyad Abdul Latif, he also calls him as Maulvi Abdul Latif, Sahibzada Maulvi Abdul Latif Sahib Shaheed, Maulvi Sahibzada Abdul Latif, Sahibzada Maulvi Abdul Latif, Abdul Latif and Sahibzada Maulavi Muhammad Abdul Latif. Continue reading “Who is Syed Abdul Latif?”

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