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Syed Abdul Latif accompanied MGA to Jhelum in January of 1903

In terms of Syed Abdul Latif, Ahmadiyya editors/writers refuse to mention that this guy was given money from the govt. of Afghanistan to go for Hajj, however, he misappropriated those funds and when to Qadian and probably gave MGA the money (See the Afghan Martyrs, by Bashir Ahmad Rafiq 1995, page 45).

An additional reference that we need to find
Frank Martin, an Italian engineer serving at that time in Kabul, was a witness to the whole event. He writes:

    “This new man (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani), therefore, if his preaching was listened to, would upset Muhammadanism, and as he preached that Mussalmans must regard Christians as brothers, and not as infidel, this would render useless the Amir’s chief weapon, Jehad (religious war), in case of English or Russian aggression. So the Amir, when he heard of all this, sent word to the Moullah (Latif) to return, and the Moullah did so, preaching the new religion as he came and as soon as he was well within the boundaries of the country, he was made prisoner and brought to Kabul.”

Frank A Martin Under the Absolute Amir , Harper and Brothers, London, 1907, p. 203.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad terrible Arabic pronunciation and Syed Abdul Latif

As we all know, MGA’s arabic was terrible His arabic was sooo bad that he never led any Salaat in his whole life.  The Ahmadi’s that surrounded him lied about this forever, and are sooooo stubborn, they would rather die then admit to the obvious.  MGA also stuttered terribly, this combined with his terrible pronunciation of Arabic meant that Maulvi Abdul Karim Sialkoti, Noorudin, and Ahsan Amrohi led the salaat at Qadian.  Nonetheless, we have found a new reference which also confirms this data.  It is from Bashir Ahmad Rafiq’s book, “The Afghan Martyrs” (1995), see pages 49-50.  An account by Hadhrat Hakeem Deen Mohammad, in this account, an Arab comes to Qadian, in 1902, while the first martyr of Ahmadiyya (Syed Abdul Latif) is also there and he is amazed that MGA can barely recite arabic properly.  MGA then says that Allah has gifted him with the writing of Arabic, not the reading of it.  However, Syed Abdul Latif was about to physically assault this arab.  So much for being peaceful in Ahmadiyya.

The quote
“””After Maghrib I saw the young man in Masjid Mubarak and I pointed the Promised Messiah (PBUH) out to him. After salutation and shaking hands he sat opposite the Promised Messiah (PBUH). At that time Hadhrat Sahibzada Abdul Latif was already seated immediately opposite the Promised Messiah (PBUH). After introducing himself, in a somewhat brusque manner the young Arab addressed the Promised Messiah (PB UH), and said, “You claim that you are eloquent in Arabic but you are I unable to pronounce the letters ‘ain’ and ‘qaaf like the Arabs .And you falter in your speech. These impediments detract from your eloquence. Witnessing the gross arrogance and the harsh manner of his address Sahibzada Abdul Lateef lost his cool and in this disposition was about to strike the Arab with his fist when the Promised Messiah (PBUH) caught hold of his hand, put it on his thigh, and put his own hand over it. Then the Promised Messiah (PBUH) said to the Arab, My claim concerning eloquence in the Arabic language relates to written Arabic and I do not claim that I can speak like those whose mother tongue is Arabic. I would therefore suggest that you look through some of my Arabic books which you will find in the guest house. Only then will you be able to assess my proficiency in Arabic. Then he said, “Many earlier sages had foretold that Imam Mahdi would stammer somewhat. Therefore a trace of stammering in my speech is proof of my truth. It Then the Arab guest said, “The companions who sit with you and are influenced by you do not seem to comprehend the measure of respect due to a guest. Had you not caught hold of his clenched fist this gentleman would surely have hit me.” In reply the Promised Messiah (PBUH) said, “Like you this gentleman is also a recent arrival and he belongs to a region i.e. Afghanistan, where the inhabitants are known for getting excited rather quickly. Surely his sentiments sprang directly from his love for me.” At that point of time Hadhrat Moulvi Noor-ud-Deen who was sitting at a distance said, ” Hadhrat Abu Bakar (MAPH) once slapped someone who was rude and irreverent in the presence of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).” With a smile on his lips the Promised Messiah (PBUH) said that here was a discernible resemblance. ” 


Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called the killing of Maulvi Abdul Latif as greater then that of Imam Hussain

The conversion of Syed Abdul Latif to Ahmadiyya and his subsequent state killing is a strange subject.  Syed Abdul Latif was supposed to go to Mecca for Hajj, for that the government of Afghanistan had given him lots of money and 6 months of vacation time.  However, somehow,
Syed Abdul Latif went to Qadian and lived in the company of MGA for 6 months.  This is very strange, it is possible that he was working directly for the British government.  He even came into contact with an Arab who was also visiting Qadian.  Towards the end of 1902, MGA was summoned to Jhelum in connection with the Karam Din defamation case.  Syed Abdul Latif traveled with MGA to Jhelum to assist MGA in his court case.  Syed Abdul Latif was put to death by the Afghan government on July 14th, 1903.  Syed Abdul Latif was imprisoned for 4 months (See RoR-english, Nov/Dec 1903 edition) .  Which means that he left Qadian roughly March 1903.

The reference
MALFOOZAT Volume 3 page 496 and Volume 4 page 364

“”Sahibzada Abdul Latif left behind good example, if examined carefully his incident is greater than the incident of Hazrat Imam Hussian a.s. because Imam Hussain a.s. Was neither imprisoned nor chained it was only a war where Imam Hussain had an army and if His men were killed, the army of Imam Hussain killed the soldiers of other side as well. Contrary to that Molvi Abdul Latif sb was imprisoned with chained hands and feet. There was no chance of escape for him. The martyrdom of Molvi Abdul Latif is such a great martyrdom that it has no other example in 13 centuries of Islamic history””.


See also the English-ROR, page 407 1903

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Who is Dr. Abdus Sattar Shah?

Dr. Abdus Sattar Shah was a British government official employee, he worked as some type of doctor.  Syed Abdus Latif had already been sending him to Qadian for a few years, nevertheless,
Dr. Abdus Sattar Shah accompanied Syed Abdul Latif on his visit to Qadian in late 1902.  By 1907, he was chosen to give his infant daughter in marriage for MGA’s dying son, Mirza Mubarak Ahmad.  They were married per some weird desi custom wherein marrying off a dying kid might somehow save his life.  He sided with the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s and remained loyal to the Mirza family after 1914.  In the 1917-1921 era, he agreed to marry off the same daughter (who had already married Mirza Mubarak Ahmad) to the Khalifa.  She was very young, barely 10-11 years old.  She is the famous mother of Mirza Tahir Ahmad, she was affectionately called Umme-Tahir by her inner circle and outer circle of Ahmadi’s.  Syeda Maryam was dead by 1944, her cause of death is unknown, she was roughly 37.  A great-grand-daughter of Dr. Abdus Sattar Shah is Fauzia Faizi, she recently gave an interview wherein she exposed the level of incest and rape that existed in the household of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad.  Fauzia Faizi is the niece of Mirza Tahir Ahmad, her mom’s female cousin is married to Mirza Tahir Ahmad.  Fauzia Faizi is also a second or third cousin of Mirza Masroor Ahmad’s wife (Subuhee or Amatul Sabooh).

The children of Dr. Syed Abdus Sattar Shah, he had 8 children, 5 boys and 3 girls
1—Syed Wali-Ullah Shah, he married a woman was half turkish and half Syrian (the grandfather of Fauzia Faizi), Fauzia Faizi’s mother was Seema, his eldest daughter, he had 7 children in total.
2—Syeda Maryam (married to the 4th Khalifa, Mirza Tahir Ahmad)(died 1944)(Fauzia Faizi’s mom’s first cousin was Mirza Tahir Ahmad)
3—Hafiz Syed Mahmood Ullah
———————Grandson–Syed Dawood Muzaffer, he married the sister of Mirza Tahir Ahmad

The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad see’s Maryam walking in Qadian, he soon asks to marry her (1917)
Maryam was barely 10 years old, the Khalifa saw her walking in Qadian and seems to have fell in love.  He married her officially 4 years later in 1921 (see Fazl e Omar, page 215).  We think she was 14 at the time that she was taken home by the Khalifa.

She seems to be the same age as Amtul Hai
Syeda Maryam became the 3rd wife of the Khalifa.  We are not sure if she was given a separate house or not.  Amtul Hai must have been close by, we are also unclear on her living arrangements.  Amtul Hai was roughly 17-18 in this era.  In Fazl-e-Omar we are told that Syeda Maryam famously didn’t get along with both of her husbands wives.  The Khalifa left British-India for the UK in 1924, while he was gone, both of his young wives seem to have written letters begging for help, they claimed that the Khalifa was raping their daughters and etc.

Amtul Hai dies mysteriously in 1924, after the Khalifa returns from London

Syeda Maryam dies in 1944, Mirza Tahir Ahmad is 17 years old
The cause of death is not officially given.  Nor are the details given.  A few weeks after she died, the Khalifa married another woman, thus bringing his current wife count to 4.  WIFE #7
Bushra Begum aka Mehar Appa, married on 24 July 1944, daughter of Syed Aziz Ahmad Shah

NO children.

Random Stories from Ahmadiyya literature
MGA told Dr. Syed Abdus Sattar Shah about a revelation (roughly after 1902)

“”Dr. Sayyed ‘Abdus-Sattar Shah narrates that the Promised Messiahas said:

Very close to this Minaret, two angels appeared before me [in a vision]. They had with them two sweet loaves of bread. They gave those loaves to me, saying: One is for you and the other is for your followers.””1274 [Siratul-Mahdi, part 3, Riwayat no. 885, p. 263]

1274 note—Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: This dream is published under About 1874, page 23, where one angel and a nan is mentioned; and word dervishes is used instead of followers. If it is the same dream, there may be some lapse in the memory of the narrator. Or it may be a different vision. [Allah knows best.]

(((See 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, page 1063)))

Dr. Syed Abdus Sattar Shah gets beat up for the cause of Ahmadiyya, but converts someone in the process
In this book, compiled by Ahmadi’s, it is written how Dr. Shah argued with a Non-Ahmadi Muslim, until his head was busted open.  The person who busted his head open feared that he was going to get arrested and given 20+ years in jail.  That person then converted to Ahmadiyya and NO crime was ever reported.  Its a fish story.


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Hadrat Doctor ‘Abdus Sattar Shah Sahib, Compiled by Ahmad Tahir Mirza, p. 63, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyyah, Pakistan

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Who is Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan Niazi?


Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan Niazi was the first person of Peshwari descent to convert to Ahmadiyya.  He famously got many other pathan’s to convert to Ahmadiyya.  He married his daughter to Mirza Bashir Ahmad in 1902.  The age of his daughter is unknown, we have to assume that she was less than 12.  This photograph was taken during Lord Headley’s visit to India during 1927/28. He is on the left, with Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan of Peshawar, who was a prominent figure in the Ahmadiyya Movement since the time of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.

He introduced Ahmadiyya to Syed Abdul Latif

He gives his daughter to MGA’s son, Mirza Bashir Ahmad

When Noorudin became Khalifa in 1908
Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan was the most famous Ahmadi who refused to give his bait to Noorudin in 1908, he stayed in this condition until 1914.  After the election of the 2nd Khalifa, he sided with the Lahori-Ahmadi’s and seems to have never returned to Qadian.

After 1914
All of his other children were married off to Lahori-Ahmadis.

On 8th November, 1928 Maulana Ghulam Hassan Khan Niazi’s son, Abdul Lateef Khan, was married to the daughter of Dr. Mirza Yaqub Beg (of the Lahori faction).

He accused Muhammad Ali and other prominent Lahori-Ahmadi’s of misappropriation of monies.

He shocked the Lahori-Ahmadi’s as he moved to Qadian and entered the bait of the Khalifa and was buried in Bahishti Maqbara.  In addition to these sons and three daughters, Maulana Ghulam Hassan Khan at the time of his death in 1942 was survived by 29 paternal grandsons and 24 sons and daughters by his three daughters.

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Reference: The Hope Bulletin of May 2009, SEE

[The biography of Maulana Ghulam Hassan Khan Niazi was published in 1960 under the title of Hayat-e-Hassan” and is available in the Central Anjuman’s library at Darussalam, New Garden Town, Lahore.]

Translated and adapted by Akthar Masud Chaudary, Secretary, AAIIL, Hayward, CA, USA

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An old Ahmadiyya related website with lots of archived data

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Muqamat Al-Hariri

MGA had a team of writers, these writers would plagiarize all the time.  In the below, I have collected all data on MGA and his team and how they plagiarized from Muqamat Al-Hariri.  Our fellow Arab Ex-Ahmadi’s have exposed this in their writings, see Hani Tahir and Ikrima Najabi.
Brother Hani Taher and other Arab reverts have pointed out that Mirza Ghulam Qadiani’s famous Khutba Ilhamiyya does contain text from Al-Hariri’s Muqamat.  In this case, and all others, Ahmadi editors have tried to present things “after-the-fact”, and thus twist up the timeline of events.  We have, however, presented a true timeline in the below.  MGA barely knew any Arabic, all of the Imam’s of India knew this.  However, MGA would have his team write in Arabic on his behalf and thus fool people.

It all started in 1897 with Hariri
Maulavi ‘Abdul Haq Ghaznavi wrote a poster against the MGA in which he raised the objection and challenged the knowledge of Arabic of MGA, and invited to hold a contest in Arabic with him so that the question could be established who knew Arabic better. MGA immediately accepted the offer of a contest and said that since he had no knowledge of Arabic and that he was an illiterate according to Maulavi ‘Abdul Haq Ghaznavi, if as a result of the contest he was overwhelmed in the debate, which would be nothing short of a miracle of God, then the Maulavi would have to offer his hand in bai‘at and join the Ahmadiyyah Jama‘at. Maulavi ‘Abdul Haq Ghaznavi and his friend, Shaikh Najfi, a Shia, remained silent and refused to honour his own invitation to hold a contest (see Hidden Treasures of Islam, pages 193-195).

MGA and his team then wrote Hujjatulla (God’s Final Argument) in Arabic with an Urdu translation (he began on March 17, 1897 and completed on May 26, 1897)
MGA then asked his opponents, particularly Maulavi ‘Abdul Haq Ghaznavi and Shaikh Najfi, (both had written letters to MGA and made assertions that he did not know Arabic) and Maulavi Muhammad Hussain Batalavi, to produce a book at least comparable to his Arabic and produce the like of it in the same manner within three or four months, then they can treat me as a liar.Further, they were welcome to enlist aid from anyone in producing a book of similar size, using prose and poem and invite Professor Maulavi ‘Abdullah or any one scholar who can swear that their written book was superior or even equal to mine in quality and the scholar swearing in such manner will be seized by divine punishment within 41 days, then if he survives I will burn all my books and will seek repentance on their hands, this will settle daily bickering between me and them and if they do not advance to accept the challenge then their falsehood would be exposed to public. He allowed them to appoint a professor of Arabic to act as a judge and let him make his award under solemn oath. MGA said if the adjudicator declared that the work of his opponents was superior to his, he would pray to God and if the judge was not then overtaken by the wrath of God within a period of 41 days, he would burn all his books and stand condemned. But no one had the courage to accept this daring challenge.

In this book, which bore the title of Hujjatullah, MGA spoke of the various signs which his God had shown in his favour. He also pointed out the error of his Shia opponents. In a graphic and eloquent manner he explained that the Shia beliefs were not right, because the Caliphs, Hadrat Abu Bakrra, Hadrat ‘Umar and Hadrat ‘Uthman, were the rightful Caliphs and Hadrat ‘Ali had acknowledged them so. (see Hidden Treasures of Islam, pages 193-195).

After Hujjatullah was published
MGA’s critics allege that several sentences and paragraphs in this text are taken directly without alteration, from Maqamat al-Hariri, the best known poetry collection of the Arabic scholar and poet Al-Hariri of Basra.  For this reason, his claim to divine instruction in Arabic is not accepted in Islamic Orthodoxy. Ahmadis, however, claim that the alleged instances of plagiarism are not true because Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had deliberately inserted the writings of Al-Hariri with his own and then openly declared that he had done as such as a challenge to his critics to compare and separate the two. His followers claim that as clearly stated by him in the beginning of his book Hujjatullah it was only after his use of Arabic was labelled inadequate, ungrammatical and ‘unchaste’ by his opponents that Ghulam Ahmad deliberately amalgamated his own writings with that of Al-Hariri‘s in order to expose his adversaries; whom he called upon to distinguish between his writings and that of Al-Hariri’s.

A quote from Hujjatullah
“””Thus the method which will free the people from his deception is that we present to him paragraphs from our writing and some other paragraphs from the writings of a great Arab writer while concealing the names of the authors, and then call upon him to tell us which paragraph out of this is ours and which is theirs, if you are truthful. Then if he recognizes my sayings and theirs and distinguishes between them as between a shell and its kernel, then we shall give him fifty rupees as a reward.”””

– Hujjatulla, pg. 4-5

By 1903, MGA considered himself as Hujjatulla
Interestingly enough, by 1903, MGA was calling himself as the Hujjatulla.

“”””Hadrat Hujjatullah [The Promised Messiah] may peace and blessings be on him, supplicated at Gurdaspur for those of his friends who were present there and also collectively for those who were not present. He prayed by name for those who were present or whose name he recalled, and also collectively for all members of the Jama‘at, whereupon he
received the revelation:

[Arabic] Then good news for the believers.

[al-Badr, vol. 3, no. 1, January 1, 1904, p. 6 footnote and
al-Hakam, vol. 7, no. 46, 47, December 17, 24, 1903, p. 15]

After MGA died, Ahmadi’s lied about MGA’s Arabic abilities
See Hani Tahir’s video on this matter:


From the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah

See page 300—301.April 2, 1893(349)

Maulana ‘Abdul-Karimra said: Hadrat Maulavi Hakim Nurud- Dinra…had started the construction of a large house in Bhera…. The construction had not yet been completed…when one day in the winter Maulavi [Hakim Nur-ud-Dinra] arrived in Qadian for a brief meeting with the Promised Messiahas. The same night the Promised Messiahas received a revelation (350) which indicated that Maulavi [Hakim Nur-ud-Dinra] should migrate to Qadian. Next morning he informed him of this and suggested that he should emigrate to Qadian and should not return home. This faithful one made no excuse. The house remained unfinished but this man of God did not go back. [Address of Maulana ‘Abdul-Karimra, al-Hakam, vol. 6, no. 32, September 10, 1902, p. 11]. 


350--Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira mentioned this revelation in his autobiography which he dictated to Akbar Najib Abadi as following:

The Promised Messiahas told Maulavi ‘Abdul-Karimra: I have received a revelation concerning Nur-ud-Din. It is in the form of a couplet in the poem of Hariri:

[Do not go back to your homeland. You will face humiliation and suffering there.]
[Mirqatul-Yaqin Fi Hayate Nur-ud-Din]

See Page 1020

April 2, 1893 (1229)
The Promised Messiahas mentioned to Maulavi ‘Abdul- Karimra one day that he had received a revelation:
[Arabic] [Do not be inclined towards your home, in that there are humiliation and trials.]

The Promised Messiah[as] said:

It appears that this revelation has reference to Nur-ud-Din.
[Appendix al-Badr, vol. 8, no. 40, July 29, 1909, p. 77 and Mirqatul-Yaqin FiHayat-e-Nur-ud-Din, p. 169].

1229– Note by Maulana Abdul Latif Bahawalpuri: This date is recorded in the Jaibi Bayad of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira, but it does not record the year. However, we have entered 1893 here because it can be established based on firm evidence. For this reason we have entered it under this year. [See Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, vol. 1, p. 494, new ed., under the heading Faith Inspiring Event of the Migration of Maulana Nur-ud-Dinra]

1230 —Note by Syed Abdul Hayee: The Jaibi Bayad of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira, page 149, records it as following: [Arabic] Do not be inclined towards your home, you will be treated with injustice and will face trials; And adds to it the next couplet of Hariri: [Arabic] Remember, a man of his own mind suffers a loss in his country.

After MGA died, Nuzul ul Masih was published (1909)
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that this was written in 1902 and published in 1909.  This book tells us how MGA’s opponents, specifically Pir Mehr Ali Shah were accusing MGA of plagiarizing from Hariri.

Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi
“”Maulawi Muhammad Ahsan Sahib had a hasty nature. Once out for a walk with the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) he misheard the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) when he said there is a difference between word of God and word of man and said this is a revelation of mine compared to revelation of Hariri (an academic). Ahsan Sahib remarked how frivolous it was but as soon as he realised his mistake he instantly said what fine words they were.””  Friday Sermon of Mirza Masroor Ahmad, 7-24-15

In Mujadid-e-Azam, at page 337 Dr. Basharat
While giving detail of Molvi Nuruddin ,s shifting to Qadian, he writes that “Hazrat sahib told Molvi Abdul Karim that I have received a revelation about Molvi Nuruddin as under:-

لا تصبون الی الوطن۔ فیہہ تھان و تمتحن
In next lines the author says this couplet is present in AL-HARIRI.




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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad vs. Maulvi Karam Din–Court Case 1903–1905, references from the 2009 edition of Tadhkirah and some other sources

MGA lost one court case against him in his career.  It is the case of MGA vs. Karam ud Din.  I have collected some bits and pieces of info here.   In January 1903, on behalf of Moulvi Karam Deen of Bheen District Jhelum, and Moulvi Faqeer Mohammad, Editor of Sirajul Akhbaar Jhelum, Hadhrat Sheikh Yaqoob Ali Editor of Al Hakam and Hadhrat Hakeem Fazal-ud-Deen of Bhera who were being sued in connection with a booklet, ‘Saif Chishtian’ by Peer Mehar Ali who was custodian of the Goalrah Shrine.  On Oct-16th, 1903, MGA left Qadian for Gurdaspur (see NOV/DEC-1903—ROR).  MGA and Hakeem Fazal Din lost this case in 1904 (exact date unknown), and were about to be thrown in jail, however, they made bail (700 rupees) and were released.  About a year later, they won on appeal in early 1905.  It was a Judge european Judge named Mr. Hurry, he was the sessions judge of Amritsar.

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The Criminal Law Journal of India: A Monthly Legal Publication …, Volume 2

Some important references

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)

Pages 570-572
December 6, 1902
(A) Last night I was in such a state that if I had not received Divine revelation, I would have been proved right in thinking that my last moment had arrived. While I was in this condition, I was overtaken by sleep and saw in my dream that I was in a cul-de-sac and three buffaloes (636)
were coming towards me. When one of them approached me I beat it away and the same happened with the second one. Then the third advanced towards me. I felt that it was so
strong that there was no way of deliverance from it. While this was passing through my mind, Allah the Almighty so ordained that it turned away. Taking advantage of this I slipped through brushing against it and began to run. I was thinking that it would be running after me but I did not look back. Then the following Prayer was inspired by Allah the Almighty in a dream upon my heart:

637–Arabic O my Lord everything serves You. So O my Lord, protect me and help me and have mercy on me. [Publishers]

638--al-Hakam, vol. 6, December 10, 1902, p. 10, reports that the Promised Messiahas said:
This prayer is an amulet and protection… I will henceforth make this supplication regularly in my Prayers, and you should also do it.

He also said:

The greatest matter in it, which teaches the True Unity—that is, assures that Allah the Glorious alone can cause any harm or impart any benefit—is that it teaches us that [O Allah] everything is in Your service, and no harmful thing can cause any damage without Your will and permission.

It was conveyed to me that this is the great name of God and that whoever supplicates in these terms would be delivered from every affliction. [al-Badr, vol. 1, no. 7, December 12, 1902, p. 54 and al-Hakam, vol. 6, no. 44, December 10, 1902, p. 10].

(B) Of the Signs shown in my favour is one in which God, the All-Knowing and the Wise, informed me about a mean person and his great calumny against me and apprised me through His revelation that this man would attack me in order to humiliate me, but would himself become my target in the end. Allah the Almighty conveyed this to me in the course of three dreams. He disclosed to me in a dream that this enemy of mine would engage three helpers in my opposition to achieve success in his proceedings to dishonour me and to put me to trouble. I was shown in a dream that I was hauled into court like a prisoner but I was shown that I would be delivered in the end, though after an interval. I was also given the good news that the affliction would be reverted upon this lying mean enemy of mine himself.…. Then I began to wait for the developments as indicated in the prophecy. After the passing of a year, all this happened at the instance of Karam Din. (That is, he brought unjustified criminal charges against me).639 [Haqiqatul-Wahi, p. 215, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, p. 225].   

639—This Sign was originally published by the Promised Messiahas in Mawahib-ur Rahman in Arabic and Persian. Later, in Haqiqatul-Wahi, he published the same in Urdu. Our English rendering is based upon the Urdu citation in Haqiqatul-Wahi. [Munawar Ahmed Saeed]
Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 582

January 13, 1903
655—-[Arabic] I shall humiliate him who designs to humiliate you. I shall help him who designs to help you. You have a high standing in My Presence. I have chosen you for Myself and your secret is My secret. You are with Me and I am with you and your secret is My
secret. When you are angry, I am angry and when you love, I also   love. You are to me like My Unity and My Uniqueness. So the time has come when you should be helped and be known among people. Allah praises you from His Throne. Allah praises you and is walking towards you. You have a high standing in My Presence. I have chosen you for Myself and your secret is My secret. You have a standing with Me of which the people have no knowledge. O My
Ahmad, you are My purpose and are with Me. You are with Me and I am with you. Your secret is My secret. When you are angry, I am angry and everyone you love, I love. You have a high standing in My Presence. I have chosen you for Myself. [Publishers].

[Notebook of the Revelations of the Promised Messiahas, p. 1]

He has given me good news and said:

656—[Arabic] I shall not leave a trace of anything which might be designed to humiliate you. [Publishers]

and He said:

657—[Arabic] Allah will safeguard you Himself and He is the Most Gracious Friend. [Publishers]

[Mawahibur-Rahman, p. 17, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 19, p. 235]
Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 583-584

January 15, 1903
While in Lahore I received, repeatedly, the revelation: That is [Arabic] I shall show you My blessings from every side.658 [al-Hakam, vol. 7, no. 4, January 31, 1903, p. 15 and al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 1–2, January 23–30, 1903, p. 9].

658-–This prophecy was fulfilled in this wise* that when I approached Jhelum about ten thousand people came to see me. The road was choked with people in all sorts of humble attitudes as if they wanted to prostrate themselves. Then there was such a multitude of people around the District Courts that the Magistrates were greatly surprised. Eleven hundred men and two hundred women made the bai‘at and joined the Jama‘at. Karam Din’s complaint against me was dismissed. Many people made offerings and presented gifts out of good will and humility. Thus we returned to Qadian enriched in every way with God’s blessings and God fulfilled the prophecy very clearly. [Haqiqatul-Wahi, p. 252, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, p. 264].

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 585
January 21, 1903
I saw in my dream that Karam Din had been given some sentence and this was followed by the revelation:

662—[Arabic] That was because they disobeyed and used to transgress. [Publishers]

[Notebook of the Revelations of the Promised Messiahas, p. 2]

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 587
January 24, 1903
(A) Today, in a vision, I was shown the following:

663—[Arabic] A detailed account of that which Allah did in this war after I had published the prophecy among people. [Publishers]

Thereafter my mind moved towards the reception of revelation and I was repeating these very words. This indicates that the prophecy made about the case beforehand would now be fulfilled in detail. [al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 1–2, January 23–30, 1903, p. 7 and al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 5, February 20, 1903, p. 36 and al-Hakam, vol. 7, no. 4, January 31, 1903, p. 15]

(B) I saw in my dream as if I was about to publish an article on the final result of Karam Din’s case against me and I wished to give it this heading:

664–[Arabic] The details of that which Allah did in this war after we had published the prophecy among people. They have drawn away from the water of life, then grind them down a fine grinding. [Publishers]

[Notebook of the Revelations of the Promised Messiahas, p. 3]

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 617
June 29, 1903
I was pondering deeply about the result of the cases which have been filed against me by Karam Din and which some members of my Jama‘at [Community] have filed against him. In this condition, I received the revelation:

714—[Arabic] Verily, Allah is with those who are righteous and those who do good. In this there are Signs for questioners. [Publishers]

I was made to understand that of the two sides God will be with those and will bestow help and victory upon those, who are righteous—that is to say, who do not tell lies, do not wrong anyone, do not calumniate anyone, do not persecute people by cheating, deceiving, and dishonest dealing, and eschew every vice and adhere to truth and justice. And fearing God, they treat His servants with sympathy, goodwill and goodness, and are true wellwishers of mankind. They are not inspired by beastliness, wrongdoing and evil, and are ever ready to behave virtuously towards everyone. The final decision will be in their favour. At that time those who ask: ‘which of the two sides is in the right’ will be shown not one Sign but many Signs. [al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 24, July 3, 1903, p. 189 and al-Hakam, vol. 7, no. 24, June 30, 1903, p. 11].

Also found in the ROR (English of July 1903)See page 288

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 625

August 18, 1903
[al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 32, August 28, 1903, p. 253 and al-Hakam, vol. 7, no. 31, August 24, 1903, p. 6] Translation: (A) [Arabic] [I shall honour you in a goodly way.] (B) [Arabic] I shall honour you
in a way that will cause people to wonder. (C) [Arabic] The heavens and the earth were closed-up like a bundle and We opened them out, that is, the earth as well as the heavens demonstrated their full powers. (D) [Arabic]

Tell them: It is Allah Who has revealed these words; and then leave them occupied with their
sport. (E) That is [Arabic] They will ask you about your status—what is your honour and
status.731 Say: It is God Who has granted me this status; and then leave them indulging in
idle sport. (F) [Arabic] [No incongruity can you see in the creation of the Gracious One.]
[Haqiqatul-Wahi, pp. 90, 107, 70, 265–266, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, pp. 93, 110, 73, 277–278]

On one occasion when I was in Gurdaspur in connection with a criminal case (that had been instituted against me by Karam Din of Jehlam), I received the revelation: [They will ask you
concerning your status.]… Thereafter when we appeared in court, the other side’s lawyer asked me the same question: Is your rank and status as you have described it in Tiryaqul-Qulub? I answered: Yes, by Allah’s grace that is my status; Allah has Himself bestowed it upon me.
In this manner the revelation which had come to me in the morning was fulfilled about the time of ‘Asr. [Haqiqatul-Wahi, pp. 265–266, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, pp. 277–278]

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 631

September 23, 1903
al-Badr reports that the Promised Messiah[as] narrated the following dream upon rising in the morning:

I had taken up a pen to write. I observed that its point was broken. Thereupon I said: Put on to it one of the nibs that had been sent by Muhammad Afdal. While those nibs were being looked for, I woke up….

If someone would take the time out from worldly occupations and stay with me, he would witness a running river of prophecies being fulfilled like the one of yesterday concerning a pen.740[al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 37, October 2, 1903, p. 390].

740— al-Badr reports that:

After 10 a.m. the case brought by Karam Din against the Promised Messiahas and Hakim Fadl Din was brought up. Khwajah Sahib presented a request on behalf of Hakim Fadl Din that the charges made by Maulavi Karam Din are the same for the investigation of which I have brought a case against Karam Din. Therefore the present case should be postponed till the earlier cases are decided. The lawyers on both side entered into a debate on this issue and the court decided to
postpone the decision to the following day. In the evening the Promised Messiahas received the revelation: [Persian] Be glad and happy. On the 24th the case brought by Sheikh Ya‘qub ‘Ali Editor al- Hakam against Maulavi Karam Din and the Editor of Sirajul-Akhbar of Jehlum was to be heard. But since the testimony of the plaintiff was not available, the case was postponed to October 21, 1903. Since the court had not yet rendered a decision of the discussion of the previous day, Khwajah Sahib wanted to bring up additional legal points. After hearing him, the court decided after 1 p.m. that the plea for postponement be turned down. Thus the words of God, which He
conveyed to His apostle on the 22nd in the evening and which he had narrated on the morning of the 23rd were fulfilled. [al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 37, October 2, 1903, p. 390].

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 632

September 23, 1903
[Persian] Be glad and happy. [Publishers]

[al-Badr, vol. 2, no. 37, October 2, 1903, p. 390]

Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: This revelation was received during the court case of Karam Din.
Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 670-671

May 1904
[Arabic] We made the iron soft for you. [Persian] We do not approve of any other meaning. [Publishers]

[al-Badr, vol. 3, no. 29, August 1, 1904, p. 4 and al-Hakam, vol. 8, no. 17, May 24, 1904, p. 2]

(B) In the case brought against me by Maulavi Karam Din at Gurdaspur, Karam Din insisted that the word la’im meant bastard and that the word kazzab meant one who always tells lies. The court of first instance accepted his contention. In those days I received the revelation:

806—[Persian] We do not approve of any other meaning. [Publishers]

I understood this as indicating that the interpretation of the first court would not be upheld on appeal; and so it happened. The Divisional Judge rejected all the arguments advanced on behalf of Karam Din and held that la’im and kazzab were appropriate for Karam Din, who was
deserving of even stronger words.[Haqiqatul-Wahi, p. 380, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, p. 394].
Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 671

May 1904
807—-[Arabic] We shall put awe in their hearts. [Publishers]

[al-Badr, vol. 3, no. 29, August 1, 1904, p. 4 and al-Hakam, vol. 8, no. 16, May 17, 1904, p. 2]

Footnote—Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: This revelation was received on the return from Gurdaspur where the Promised Messiahas had gone in connection with the case of Karam Din. (See al-Hakam, May 24, 1904, p. 2).

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 677-678

A Maulavi named Karam Din filed some criminal charges against me in Gurdaspur and the maulavis opposed to me appeared as witnesses in the court of Atma Ram, the Extra Assistant Commissioner…. Atma Ram did not pay full attention to the merits and made up his mind to sentence me to imprisonment. Thereupon God conveyed to me that Atma Ram would be afflicted with the deaths of his children. I communicated this vision to the members of my
Jama‘at825. It so happened that within 20 or 25 days he lost two sons. In the end, though he had laid the foundation in his judgment of sentencing me to imprisonment, God held him back from that design, yet he imposed upon me a fine of 700 rupees. I was then honourably acquitted on appeal by the Divisional Judge. But Karam Din’s conviction and sentence were maintained. My fine was remitted but Atma Ram’s sons did not come back…. According to the Divine prophecy which had been published already in my book Mawahibur-Rahman, I was acquitted, my fine was refunded, and the issuing officer’s [Atma Ram’s] order was set aside and he was rebuked for issuing an improper order. But Karam Din (as I had already published in Mawahibur- Rahman) was convicted and punished and the judgment of the court confirmed his being a liar. [Haqiqatul-Wahi, pp. 121–122, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, pp. 124–125].

825—Note by Maulana Abdul Latif Bahawalpuri: Qadi Muhammad Yusuf, Amir Jama‘at Ahmadiyyah, Frontier Province writes in his book Sawanih Zuhur-e-Ahmad Ma‘ud:

The Promised Messiahas saw in a dream that a lion has taken away both sons of Atma Ram. At the same time as the Promised Messiahas narrated this dream, Atma Ram received a telegram that his son is suffering from plague. Two sons of his died one after the other with plague. [Zuhur-e-Ahmad Mau‘ud, pp. 51–52].  

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 1048

Sheikh Khair-ud-Din 1261 narrated that: When the case of Karam Din was pending before Chandu Lal Magistrate, the Promised Messiahas said: I do not see Chandu Lal1262 occupying the Magistrate’s chair.[al-Hakam, vol, no. 38, no. 25, July 14, 1935, p. 4 and Register Riwayat-e-Sahabah, vol. 9, pp. 58–59]

1261–Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: He was from Ludhiana and was a cobbler by profession. He used to make shoes for the Promised Messiahas. He stated that he stayed with the Promised Messiahas in Gurdaspur during Karam Din’s trial.


Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 1049

October 7, 1904
Chaudhry Muhammad ‘Ali Khan Ashraf Head Master Bairam Pur narrated that:

The Promised Messiahas said at the time of ‘Asr Prayer one day before judgment was to be delivered in the case of Karam Din… that he had seen in his dream that he was returning home riding a white horse and his wife said (something like): We have suffered a loss (probably of money). The Promised Messiahas said to her: That does not matter as I have returned safe.

The Promised Messiahas interpreted the dream that the Magistrate (who was a bigoted Arya, and was bent upon giving the decision against the Promised Messiah) would sentence him to a fine, but nothing more. However, on appeal he would be acquitted and would thus be made
secure against the mischief of the Magistrate. That is exactly what happened the next day; he was sentenced to a fine, which was immediately paid … and on appeal [he was acquitted and] the fine was remitted.[al-Hakam, vol. 38, no. 3, January 28, 1935, p. 4].

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 1050

October 8, 1904
Shukar Ilahi of Nabi Pur District Gurdaspur narrates that: On the (day) on which judgment in the case of Karam Din was to be announced… the Promised Messiahas was walking… under the trees at the time of ‘Asr.… He stopped suddenly from walking and said something to Maulavi Sahib [Nur-ud-Din]. At that time the case was called and when we returned to the shed, the Promised Messiahas said to Maulavi Sahib [Nur-ud-Din]: I have seen in a vision that
my handkerchief had fallen in a pool of water but was recovered. He interpreted this as meaning that he would be sentenced to a fine which would be remitted. And that is what happened.[Register Riwayat-e-Sahabah, vol. 3, p. 114]

Taken from Tadhkirah (2009 online edition)
Page 1050-1051

October 10, 1904
Miyan Allah Yar Contractor of Batala narrates through Maulavi Ghulam Nabi Misri that:
At the end of the case in Gurdaspur, when the Promised Messiahas was about to leave for Batala for the return journey to Qadian, he received a vision or a revelation:

[Urdu] The route via Batala is dangerous.

The Promised Messiahas asked for the carriages to be brought, and three of them were brought. (He changed his route and commenced the journey.) He explained the reason for the change of route. In the meantime a rath (bullock chariot) had been sent from Qadian to Batala to meet him. Instead of the Promised Messiahas some of his companions including Sheikh Ya‘qub ‘Ali, travelled in it. When they arrived at the canal bridge, they found that some of the opponents from Massanian and Batala were pretending to hold a meeting. They had conspired to waylay the Promised Messiahas at the bridge and throw him into the canal. ….When the chariot approached the bridge it was surrounded by the crowd of opponents… and there was
a skirmish… but when they discovered that the Promised Messiahas was not in the chariot, they apologised for the assault. [Register Riwayat-e-Sahabah, vol. 10, pp. 280–281].

Taken from Hidden Treasures–

Pages 343–346
Summary written by Syed Hasanat Ahmad (2010)

The publication of the book had an instant impact. It published a prophecy of the Promised Messiahas about Maulavi Karam Din. The book was published on January 15, 1903, by special efforts of the press workers in Qadian and carried the news that Maulavi Karam Din would attempt to involve the Promised Messiahas in criminal cases and the Promised Messiahas was divinely informed that he would be honourably acquitted from these cases. The publication had to be completed before that date as Maulavi Karam Din had already moved the Extra Assistant Commissioner of Jhelum to issue warrant of arrest of the Promised Messiahas under Section 500, 501 and 502 of the Criminal Procedure Code and the date of hearing was fixed on January 17, 1903. The issuance of warrant of arrest provided yet another occasion to opponents to raise an uproar against the Promised Messiahas and they were clamouring a severe punishment for him. The trip from Qadian to Jhelum became historic in several ways. Giving details of the journey in a later publication (Haqiqatul-Wahi), the

Promised Messiahas said:

When I was on my way to Jhelum in connection with a case filed by Maulavi Karam Din, I had a revelation: “I (God) will shower blessings upon you from all directions.” I related the revelation to the people of my Jama‘at and this revelation came true in this manner that, when I reached Jhelum, about ten thousand people came to see me and most of them had lined up on the roads. Such a crowd had assembled in the court that it had amazed the authorities. About
eleven hundred people came to me for bai‘at and about two hundred of them were women. The case filed by Maulavi Karam Din was dismissed and a large number of people made offerings in cash and kinds to show their regard and respect for me. And this was how I was showered with the Divine blessings and returned to Qadian victoriously. (Haqiqatul-Wahi, p. 252, Sign No. 101, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 22, pp. 263-264).

Taken from Hidden Treasures--

Page 126
Summary written by Syed Hasanat Ahmad (2010)

Padre ‘Imad-ud-Din, a native convert from Islam, was a paid servant of the Christians for a long time. He had already made himself notorious by his rabid and scurrilous attacks upon the Holy Founder of Islam. His books Tarikh-e-Muhammadi and Hidayatul-Muslimin had inflicted deep wounds upon religious susceptibilities of the Muslims. Even the Ra’i Hind and Prakash of Amritsar had protested against his bitter attacks. Another Hindu paper, Aftab-e- Punjab had
also condemned his writings. Muslims exposed this paid preacher of Christians in a book entitled ‘Uqubatud Dallin. Even the organ of the American Mission, Shamsul Akhbar of Lucknow had admitted the abusive nature of Padre ‘Imad-ud-Din and his colleagues Maulavi
Karam Din, Nizamud Din, Ilahi Bakhsh, Hamidullah Khan, etc., who were called Maulavis and learned men to deceive the public. The Promised Messiahas offered five thousand rupees as a reward if they could jointly produce a book like the one entitled Nurul-Haqq (Life of
Ahmad by A.R. Dardra, edition of 2008, pp. 412-413).
Life of Ahmad by A.R. Dardra, edition of 2008, page 564.
Footnote 135

Ahmadas had felt the need of a press at Qadian as early as 1892. An Ishtihar was issued and a fund was opened for this purpose; but, it appears satisfactory arrangements could not be made at that time. Sh. Nur Ahmadra brought his press, Riyad-e-Hind, from Amritsar and A’ina Kamalat-e-Islam was then printed at Qadian. After that Hakim Fadal Dinra started a press at
Qadian in 1895. It was named Diya’ul Islam. This press produced Ahmad’sas publications at cost price (Ahmad’sas statement in Karam Din’s case, Section 420. I.P.C. dated. 19.8.1903). It was for this reason that Ahmadas produced, on 15.8.1898 a detailed account of this press in the income tax case. (See statement of Hakim Fadl Din in Karam Din’s case on 20.7.1903).

Nubuwwat & Khilafat
(Prophethood & its Successorship), Four Speeches Delivered on June 10, 1966 Under the Chairmanship of Hadrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih III (may Allah shower His mercy upon him) at Masjid Mubarak Rabwah, Pakistan.—-

Pages 17-18

Statements Under Oath of Maulavi Muhammad ‘Ali in the Court

14) a. In the presence of Promised Messiahas, Maulavi Muhammad ‘Ali appeared as a witness on May 13, 1904. On being questioned by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din he said:

Anyone who denies the truthfulness of a Prophet is a great liar. Mirza Sahib has claimed to be a Nabi. His followers believe him to be true in this claim and his opponents consider him false. The Holy Prophetsa is true according to Muslims and false according to the Christians.

b. On June 16, 1904, in the presence of the Promised Messiahas, in response to the critique made by Maulavi Karam Din, Maulavi Muhammad ‘Ali said:

Mirza Sahib makes a claim of nubuwwat in his writings. The purport of his claim is that, “I am a Nabi but I have brought no new shari‘ah.” According to the Holy Qur’an anyone who treats such a true claimant as a liar is a great liar. (Court Proceedings, p. 362).

16) In the case of Maulavi Karam Din of Bhaiñ [District Jehlum], acting as attorneys, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din and Maulavi Muhammad ‘Ali, submitted the following statement under the signature of the Promised Messiahas:

There is another view of the matter according to Mohamedan theology. One who belies a person claiming to be a Prophet is a kadhdhab [great liar] and this has been admitted by prosecution evidence. Now the complainant knew perfectly well that the first accused claimed that position and, notwithstanding that, he belied the accused. Consequently in religious terminology the complainant was a kadhdhab. (Proceedings Gurdaspur Court, p. 194).

Taken from Hidden Treasures

Page 314-315
Summary written by Syed Hasanat Ahmad (2010)

Explaining the use of relevant quotes from other authorities, the Promised Messiahas stated that these quotes do not constitute plagiarism, otherwise everyone will be exposed to this charge. It so happened that Mian Shahabuddin and Maulavi Karam Din in their correspondence with the Promised Messiahas mentioned that most of the material appearing in Saif-e-Chishtiya’i written by Pir Mehar ‘Ali Shah is copied word by word from the notes of Maulavi Muhammad Hasan Faidi and these notes were written by him on the margins of the books I‘jazul-Masih and Shamse Bazighah and these books carrying marginal notes were bought. This is how the devious Pir was exposed who made the allegations that the Promised Messiahas had plagiarized whereas the same charge recoiled on him.

The Promised Messiahas also replied to criticism that Pir Mehar ‘Ali Shah made in his book, Saif-e-Chishtiya’i about the merit of the I‘jazul-Masih. The Promised Messiahas also established that the revelation made to him were revelation of high order. The Pir also made an allegation that the Promised Messiahas had been plagiarizing from Maqamat-e-Hariri but what actually transpired was that Pir Mehar ‘Ali Shah had himself plagiarized from the notes of Maulavi
Muhammad Hasan Faidi which the Maulavi had written marginally on the I‘jazul-Masih and Shamse Bazighah by Hadrat Maulavi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi. This information was given by Mian Shahabuddin and Maulavi Karam Din in their letters to the Promised Messiahas. This whole correspondence has also been published in this book.

Lecture Ludhiana, pages 31-32

“””Then another case was filed against me in the court of Mr. Dowie, and was followed by yet another concerning income tax. By the grace of God, my innocence was established in all of them. Then came Karam Din’s case in which every effort was made against me and it was
assumed that the case would sound the death knell of this Jama‘at. Indeed, had the Jama‘at not been from God and had He not sustained and strengthened it, it would no doubt have been wiped out. People from one end of the country to the other lent their support to Karam Din. He
was aided and abetted in every way, so much so that some of the prosecution witnesses, despite their claim to beingreligious divines, testified to what was totally false. They went to the extent of alleging that despite being an adulterer, a transgressor and a libertine, I dared claim to be righteous. The case dragged on for a long time. During this period a number of heavenly signs appeared. At long last, the judgement was announced by the magistrate, who happened to be a Hindu, imposing a fine of five hundred rupees on me. But God had already informed me:

“The Superior Court acquits.”

Therefore, when the appeal was filed in the court of the Divisional Judge, he, in his God-given shrewdness, at once got to the bottom of the case and noted in the judgement that whatever I had written about Karam Din was absolutely correct and I had full right to do so. The judgement he passed has since been published. In the end, he acquitted me of the charge and ordered the refund of the fine. He also censured the trial court for letting the case linger so long.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s poetry vs. Karam Din
See Durr-e-Sameen.  Pages 86 and 94

Page 86
Is it not strange that while you are His beloved,
The entire affairs are being carried out to my favour?
Then not only this that it has happened once, I see the bounties of God at each step.
Look at that man from Bheen whose named Karam Din,
Who even sacrificed his sleep for the sake of conflict,
For whose help there was fervour among the people and
Whose weaknesses were hidden by every enemy of truth,
Whose friend was every aggressor and strayed person,
For whose help came the Muslim clerics, (210)

Page 94
What a strange thingHe helps a disbeliever
That God Who was supposed to befriend the believers.
In your eyes, even Karam Din was one of the pious ones
Who aggressively attacked mefor no reason.
I was not without supportGod’s help was with me
God’s revelation repeatedly gave glad tiding of victory.
But he did not see mehis eyes were closed
Then, after retribution, he decked himself with eye salve.
In the offices123, his name still remains as a liar
Now he can’t erase this name until the Day of Counting. (130)
From the Review of Religions–Jan 1903, (english version)

MGA gives lots of revelations claiming that his enemies will be defeated.  MGA also claimed to have seen Gabriel for the first time ever.
From the Review of Religions–Jan 1905, (english version)

End of Cases vs. MGA

see pages 39-40




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Mirza Tahir Ahmad explains the rationale behind Ahmadiyya giving out mixed global membership numbers

In this sermon, Mirza Tahir Ahmad tries to create another Ahmadi parallel.  He claims that since Muhammad (saw) was shown his enemies as fewer in number, then its ok for Mirza Nasir Ahmad to have also seen the same thing.  However, he forgets that Mirza Nasir Ahmad didn’t see a dream about the number of Ahmadi’s, he was giving the exact number of Ahmadi’s to the whole world as a matter of fact.  Further, Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims in his sermon that after 1984, the Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Pakistan stopped keeping records of Ahmadi’s.  However, 1947 to 1984 is thus confirmed as an era wherein the Mirza family kept accurate records of converts and Ahmadi’s in general.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s Friday Khutbah from 10-25-1991
Here is the direct link to his Friday Sermon of Oct-1991—-

Mirza Tahir Ahmad starts off with quoting a verse from the Quran, in terms of the Battle of Badr, wherein he claims that Muhammad (saw) was shown that there were more Muslim (313) soldiers then meccan soldiers.  He is quoting Chapter 8: 40–45.  Which are as follows:

43—When Allah showed them to thee in thy dream as few; and if He had shown them to thee as many, you would have surely faltered and would have disagreed with one another about the matter; but Allah saved you. Surely, He has full knowledge of what is in your breasts.

44—And when at the time of your encounter He made them appear to you as few in your eyes, and made you appear as few in their eyes, that Allah might bring about the thing that was decreed. And to Allah are all affairs referred for final decision.

Read Tafsir Ibn Kathir on this topic here—

Mirza Nasir Ahmad announced that there were 10 million Ahmadis in 1969-1970
Mirza Tahir Ahmad uses these verses to justify how his brother, Mirza Nasir Ahmad claimed that there were 10,000,000 (10 million=1 crore) amount of Ahmadi’s, when however, there weren’t, but per Mirza Tahir Ahmad it was made to appear to his brother as such.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that it was at the Jalsa in Rabwah in 1969 or 1970, wherein Mirza Nasir Ahmad made this announcement.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad goes on to explain that he immediately doubted this figure, however, out of respect for his Khalifa, he remained silent.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad then blames Ahmadi’s for not properly reporting the number of Ahmadi’s
He goes on to say that he was told that there was a country wherein Ahmadi’s had reached 1 million (most likely some country in Africa).  He says that he visited that country and found that they only had 500,000 Ahmadi’s.

Mirza Nasir Ahmad fully believed that there were in fact 10 million Ahmadi’s by 1970
Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that in the mind of his brother, Mirza Nasir Ahmad, there were in fact, 10 million Ahmadi’s by 1970.  There is no doubt in this.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad goes on to say that he had no right to object to the Khalifa.  Hence, he remained silent in this matter.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s claims that his position was that NO person could ever accurately give the total number of Ahmadis in the world.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that regular Ahmadi’s were making their own calculations
Mirza Tahir Ahmad essentially blames everyone except his brother the Khalifa.

Ahmadi’s in Sialkot in the 1970’s? 
He goes on to explain that his brother, the Khalifa, toured Sialkot, Paksitan and many other jamaat’s and had read reports and etc to the effect that the entire city of Sialkot is Ahmadi.  Other average Ahmadi’s were boasting the same.  However, this was all untrue.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that he went there and tried to verify and also collect money for Waqf-e-Jadid.  As he went to Sialkot to collect additional monies for his family business, he realized that only a few Ahmadi’s were there and even fewer donated money to the Mirza family business.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that he toured Sialkot, and saw many areas wherein there were NO Ahmadis at all.

Losing Ahmadi’s in Sialkot, Jhelum and other areas
Another excuse that he gives is that many people had converted to Ahmadiyya, and then left later on from political pressure.  He claims that in 1904, when MGA went to Sialkot, 1600 people converted to Ahmadiyya in one day.  He says in 1991, there aren’t even 600 Ahmadi’s in Sialkot.  He says that Mirza Nasir Ahmad knew about all of these mass conversions.  He says that by roughly 1920, there must have been 10-20,000 Ahmadis in Sialkot.  He says this is from roughly 100 years ago, per the natural birth process, it must have tripled by 1970.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad visited Dera Ismail Khan and Khohat in the early 1970’s
He claims that there were lots of Ahmadi’s in this area when he visited.  He says that Syed Abdul Latif lived in this area, when he was killed…lots of people joined Ahmadiyya (1903-4).
He claims that Ahmadi’s make lots of noise, however, there aren’t many Ahmadi’s in the world.

A Mubahila?
Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that an Ahmadi was challenged with a Mubahila in terms of the number of Ahmadis.  He claims that his is wrong.

He goes on to quote Pakistani-Muslims who have given the census of Ahmadis
He complains that Pakistani-Muslims have also exaggerated whenever they felt the political need, in fact, in the early 1970’s, when Ahmadi’s had all agreed to vote for Bhutto and his People’s party, Pakistani-Muslims announced 20 lacs (2 million).  However, Mirza tahir Ahmad forgets that this number was given to scare the Pakistani people of the political power of Ahmadi’s, nothing else.  Then another report is quoted.

He then complains about clerics in Pakistan
He says that they continously lie, and are the source of all the problems.

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