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“Zikr-e-Habib” by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (1926)

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was an inside man working for MGA. In 1926, he published a controversial book on the life and times of his master, MGA, this seems to be the first edition, the second edition was published later, the original is obviously missing. In this book, he officially changed the year of birth of MGA to 1835. He also told how MGA also frequented “opera-houses” and etc in British India. MGA was even shown as willing to favor rich people over poor people. Mufti Muhammad even lied about the conversion of Mr. Wragge to Ahmadiyya, which never happened. MGA would give Mufti Muhammad Sadiq drugs without explaining what was in them. This book is also spelled as Dhikr-e-Habib in the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah. This book also mentions his correspondence with Alexander Russel Webb. The Al-Hakam team translated pages 1-31 online, check it out herein.

The first edition of Zikr-e-Habib(1926), free download——Zikar E Habib.

Mufti Mubasher Shah did a video on this too, see it here.
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A certain Miss Rose wrote letters to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

My team continues to dig into older Ahmadiyya literature.  This specific story comes from Mufti Muhammad Sadiq‘s biography of MGA entitled “Zikr-e Habib“.  Also, it is important to remember that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was one of the main ghost writers of MGA.

Summary of this situation
As reported by Mufti Muhammad sadiq (in picture) one of the sahabi of Ahmadiyya says in his book ” Zikray habib ” that One Lady (Miss rose ) use to write letters to Mirza Qadyani , which use to be translated by Mufti sadiq to Mirza Qadyani , That lady was famous as ” Miss Ghalbou ” in (Ahamdia) circle . Miss Rose then once send flowers to mirza Qadyani and Mirza said to mufti to ” secure these flowers ” . Then Mirza narrated the verse that sending of these flowers were in fact the completion of prophecy of ” yaaateeqa min kullay fujjin Ameeq” . Mufti says that ” These flowers are still saved with me ”


Maulvi Raheel Ahmad lied and said MGA’s age prophecy, was not a prophecy

Maulvi Raheel Ahmad lied and said MGA’s age prophecy, was not a prophecy, however, just a few years ago, the Al-Hakam team wrote an essay on the age prophecy of MGA and called it a prophecy. Continue reading “Maulvi Raheel Ahmad lied and said MGA’s age prophecy, was not a prophecy”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in press reports from 1885

We have found some rare press reports about MGA, they are posted in the below.

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Dr. Pennell vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, 1904-1909

In 1904, Dr. Pennell visited Qadian and requested to speak with MGA (See Al Hakam 10 January 1904). He was a Church of England missionary appointed in Banu for 11 years, Dr Pennell arrived on his bicycle in Qadian as part of his travels with his disciple who he referred to as his son. He was dressed as a Sadhu in ocher-colored clothes, wearing a turban and traditional sandals. His appearance described in Al-Hakam corresponds directly with a picture of Dr Pennell in his book “Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier” (published in 1923)in which he describes some of his experiences during his travels including his visit to Qadian.

He met Mufti Muhammad Sadiq in Qadian in 1904 and asked to meet MGA (See Al Hakam 10 January 1904). Mufti Muhammad Sadiq told him that MGA was sick and wouldn’t be able to meet him. In 1923, Dr. Pennell wrote vs. Ahmadiyya, a few years later, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq wrote about him in his famous book, “Zikr-e-Habib”.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad used black hair dye regularly

Ahmadiyya sources report that MGA began having white hairs at age 30 (1870) and by age 50 (1890) he had a head full of white/grey hairs (see “Life of Ahmad” by Dard, see pages 57-58). However, all of the photo’s of MGA show him with super black hair and thus prove that MGA used black hair dye, which is haraam for men in islam. MGA used to say,

“My hair started turning grey at the age of thirty and then they all turned white in a short span of time.”. 

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in modern day #Turkey

By 2022, there doesn’t seem to be any #Ahmadis in Turkey. We have found a mission house, however, this is most likely a single Ahmadi who is allowing the Jamaat to use his address.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never recognized the Khilafat of the Sultan of Turkey (aka the Ottoman Empire)(See the ROR of Mar-April of 1916), the 2nd Khalifa acknowledged this fact in a letter written to Charles Hardinge, 1st Baron Hardinge of Penshurst, the 2nd Khalifa also claimed to be a loyal and obedient servant (they also called the Queen-King of England as their temporal Khalifa). In 1904, via the Urdu ROR, MGA posted a revelation wherein he alleged that Turkey would lose and then come back and win. There are no historical events in this era that would make MGA connect himself to the Ottomans as such.

In 1913, the Ahmadiyya Movement was claiming that MGA had a revelation concerning the Ottoman Empire and its fall, via the Balkan War. 3 years later, Ahmadiyya sources alleged in the May-1916 edition of the ROR that MGA predicted the fall of the Ottoman Empire, however, no specific reference is given (see the sub-ref in the below). The Ahmadiyya Movement was always against the Ottoman empire and refused to accept their khilafat. We are building this essay up, and have thus posted a reference in the below from Al-Hakam. The ROR of Mar-Apr-1918 reports that Maulvi Sher Ali wrote an essay entitled, “The Promised Messiah and the Turkish Empire”. In this essay, he argues that MGA predicted the fall of the Ottoman Empire.

The 2nd Khalifa wrote “Turkey ka Mustaqbil aur Musalmanon ka Farz”, which was published in Al Fazl, 27 September 1919. This article was later translated into English as The Future of Turkey and published in The Moslem World, Vol. 10, pp. 274-281. The same article seems to have been published in the ROR of Oct-Nov-1919, dated as 9-16-1919. It is also reported that Syed Zain-ul-Abidin has translated this into Arabic. The future of Turkey is mentioned in the June-1920 edition of the ROR. By 1921, via the ROR of Dec., Ahmadi’s claimed that MGA predicted the dismemberment of the Turkish empire (Ottoman Empire).

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad bathed in front of women and vice versa

We have found a story from Seeratul Mahdi wherein MGA is found to have been around women in his house and even pouring water on little girls and meticulously cleaning their hair so as to get rid of lice. There is also the famous story female servant wherein she took a bath in front of MGA.

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Newzealand

In 2021, we estimate that there are less than 100 Ahmadi’s in the entire country (look at the number of attendees at the 2023 Jalsa). There are 2 Ahmadiyya places of worship (see in the below). The Ahmadiyya Movement totally lies and claims that Professor Wragge converted to Ahmadiyya in the 1917 (see Zikr-e-Habib). Professor Wragge had met MGA in Lahore in 1908, just a few days before MGA died of cholera. There are 2 Ahmadi missionaries in the country, they are also listed in the below.

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