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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 spelled as Dhikr-e-Habib in the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah.

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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Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad fall in love with an American woman named Miss Rose?

Even though MGA was impotent, he still lusted for women. Women would leave MGA’s private quarters with pain in their vagina, specifically after massaging MGA. There are other stories of MGA having women taking baths in-front of him in Darul Zikr. We also know that Yar Muhammad had a sexual relationship with MGA wherein he would grope him during prayers and etc. Listen to Mirza Masroor Ahmad explaining how MGA got sexually stroked during prayers. We have also presented many quotations in the below which prove that MGA always kept toilet attendants who also worked as masseuses.

Nevertheless, we have another story from Ahmadiyya sources (Zikr-e-Habib) wherein it is reported in 1926 how MGA seems to have fell in love with a certain Miss Rose from America. MGA was lusting so hard he made a pet-name for this woman, Miss Gulabo, which means Miss Rose. Mufti Muhammad Sadig goes on to tell the world that Ahmadi’s at Qadian would talk about Miss Gulabo at their gatherings (for food or whatever). Mufti Muhammad Sadiq also tells how a certain revelation of MGA was connected with this Miss Rose, and that is, ‘They will come to you by every distant track’, which was revealed to MGA at least 20 times and as early as BA-3 (1882).
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Who is Dr. Sutherland? Did Dr. Sutherland issue a death certificate for Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?

Watch my tik tok on this herein. In 1940, in Mujadid-e-Azim, Dr. Basharat Ahmad seems to have invented the story that Dr. Sutherland (See pages 1207—1212) showed up and found Mirza Ghulam Ahmad without a pulse on the night that MGA died, then, a few hours later, via Shaikh Rahmatullah, a leading businessman of Lahore and devoted follower of the Promised Messiah, Dr. Sutherland issued a death certificate which claimed that MGA died of diarrhea, just for the train station to allow MGA’s body to be transported to Batala. It should be noted that Dr. Sutherland himself was not a witness to MGA’s death, nor was autopsy technology available in 1908. Continue reading “Who is Dr. Sutherland? Did Dr. Sutherland issue a death certificate for Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?”

Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad suffer from chronic diarrhea?

After MGA died in Lahore on May-26th, 1908, Ahmadiyya sources immediately denied that MGA died of cholera and instead claimed that he died of diarrhea. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second friday sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian, in it, he says MGA might have died of cholera, he also floats the idea that MGA died of cholera, and then calls MGA’s death as a death of a martyr. Continue reading “Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad suffer from chronic diarrhea?”

The reason that Ahmadi’s won’t admit that MGA died of cholera is because MGA told his enemies that they would die of cholera

We have proved that MGA died of cholera. Even Farquhar wrote the same in 1915. This is also the last words of MGA as reported by MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab in the 1920’s as he narrated to Shaikh Ali Yacub Irfani in his autobiography. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second Friday Sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian, in it, he says MGA might have died of cholera. Continue reading “The reason that Ahmadi’s won’t admit that MGA died of cholera is because MGA told his enemies that they would die of cholera”

#Ahmadi’s fraudulently claim that #Mirzaghulamahmad was mentioned in 43:57 of the Quran

As we all know, 43:57 to 43:67 is about Esa (as) and how he is a sign of the final hour. #Ahmadis assert that 43:61 doesn’t refer to Esa (as), however, some of their later Tafsir’s (by the 2nd Khalifa) seem to contradict the Qadiani position. It seems that MGA never commented on 43:57. in 1917, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s didnt use this either. However, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s asserted 43:57 was an indication of the return of Esa (as)(astagfarullah, naozobillah)(see Malik Ghulam Farid’s 1988 and 2018 commentary of the Quran).
43:57 of the Quran

“””When the son of Mary was cited as an example ˹in argument˺, your people ˹O Prophet˺ broke into ˹joyful˺ applause.”””

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Mirza Hairat Baig vs. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the Ahmadiyya movement 1905–1908

Reference Alhakam 24 November, 1905. Page2.Tareekh Ahmadiyyat Vol-2, Pages 263-264.

On MGA’s death, he also commented. He also commented about the first ever Jalsa-Salana under the Khilafat of Noorudin in 1908.

After his multiple claims of Maseel e Masih, Mahdi and Masih e Maud, Mirza Ghulam Qadiani had to confront with many contemporary Ulema and learned scholars who held dialogues and debates with him asking him to come to terms.

One of them was Mirza Hairat Dehlvi. Born as Muhammad Umrao Baig,in Dehli in 1868, he completed his education in Arabic College Dehli. He was employed by Munshi Navalkishore at Akhbar Avadh. He wrote commentary on Holy Quraan, which was published from Curzon Press Dehli in 1901. He also translated famous Ahadits books of Bukhari , Mishkat, and Darmi in urdu. He authored books on Seerat Rasul s.a.w, in six volumes, wrote books on biographies of Hazrat Abubakar r.a., Hazrat Ali r.a. Hazrat Aisha r.a and Hazrat Syedah Fatima r.a. beside having published some other books.

Mirza Hairat was the owner of Curzon Press Dehli, where he was publishing famous weekly Curzon Gazettes since 1901. He challenged Mirza Ghulam Qadiani against his fake claims during Ghulam Qadiani,s visit to Dehli in 1891 and in 1905.

Molvi Dost Muhammad Shahid Qadiani in his Tareekh ahmadiat writes “Mirza Hairat Dehelvi published Ishtihar saying that he was the original Masih and has descended from sky. Beware of a Dajjal (Mirza Ghulam Qadiani) who has come to Delhi. Mirza Hairat climbed up to Fatehgarh Minaret with copies of this Ishtihar and dropped them from the height of Minaret.

Dost Muhammad Shahid further states that Mirza Hairat Dehelvi approached Mirza Ghulam Qadiani in a Police Superintendent ,s Uniform and told Mirza Qadiani that he has come to know that you have come here to create law and order situation and that the govt wants you to leave the city immediately. He then asked Mirza ghulam as to how many days is he going to stay here.

This act of Mirza Hairat scared Mirza Qadiani to a great degree and he left the city within next few days.

When Mirza Ghulam Qadiani visited Dehli, in 1905, Mirza Hairat Dehelvi challenged him for a debate. He wrote an article in his weekly Curzon Gazettes against Mirza Ghulam. Mirza Ghulam did not pay attention to him. However, Jamaat Qadianiyyah Dehli published an Ishtihar saying that since Mirza Hairat Dehelvi is only a Journalist, hence Editor Alhakam is ready to debate with him on the topic of life and death of Essa a.s.

Mirza Hairat replied through Ishtihar that he considers such type of debate as useless because if Hazrat Masih a.s. dies 100 times it would not help Mirza to become Masih in his place. But it is debate able to accept the claim of a man like him to be the son of Maryam a.s. That is why Mirza sb should come for debate himself. But if he (Mirza) says he is Maseel e Maseeh, we can accept him so, because if the Ummati of our holy prophet (pbuh) is entitled to becomes maseel e Ambiya Bani Israel (like the prophets of Bani Israel) then Mirza can be maseel e maseeh so we don,t need to contradict this claim. But if the Jamaat Qadianiyyah wants to debate on the question of his claim of being Masih e Moud then he (Mirza) is most welcome to come and have a debate with him.

But Mirza Ghulam Qadiani preferred not to accept the challenge of Mirza Hairat Dehlavi and returned to Qadian hurriedly.

As per Tareekh Ahmadiyat Vol-3, page 441-442, Mirza Hairat Baig published his Challenge Ishtihar on 1st November, 1905, after this Ishtihar Jamaat e Qadianiyaa published reply in their Ishtihar inviting Mirza Hairat to debate with Editor Alhakam. Then Mirza Hairat rejected this debate proposal of Jamaat Qadianiya Dehli by giving detail reasons and asked Mirza to come for debate himself.
This must have taken two to three days. But instead of accepting this challenge, as Dost M Shahid writes Mirza sb left Dehli on 4th November. 1905.
With this explanation, I would be pleased to have more comments from you Sir.

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Al-Haq Mubahathah Dehli (1891), Quotes and background info

Per Ahmadiyya sources, “Al-Haq Mubahathah Dehli” was published in 1905 from Qadian (See Hidden Treasures). Al-Haq Mubahathah Dehli seems to be a bias synopsis of 2 written debates happened MGA and his team had in the Fall of 1891 in Delhi with Maulavi Muhammad Nadhir Hussain and Maulavi Muhammad Bashir. The debate which was held with Maulavi Muhammad Nadhir Hussain on October 20, 1891, in the Jami‘ Masjid, Delhi, where more than five thousand people gathered. There was a European Superintendent of Police with a Police contingent. MGA was forced to pray with other Muslims and was escorted away by British officers.

MGA and his team then wrote to Maulavi Muhammad Bashir on October 15, 1891, intimating his acceptance of the proposal to hold a written debate with him on the question of the death of Jesus. He then wrote three letters to Maulavi Muhammad Bashir dated October 21, 22 and 23, 1891, and the following points were further laid down:

(1) the debate should begin after the Friday prayer at Hadrat Ahmad’s house,
(2) Maulavi Muhammad Bashir would write the first paper,
(3) Maulavi Muhammad Bashir would bring only one man with him,
(4) Maulavi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi and Maulavi ‘Abdul Majid would not be allowed to take part in it; and
(5) not more than five papers would be exchanged.

It should be noted that it was not agreed that the papers would be written in the meeting.
The debate started on October 23, 1891, on Friday. Maulavi Muhammad Bashir quoted in his paper five verses of the Quran to show that Jesus was still alive in the flesh.

This book carries a series of letters Muraslat No. 1, on page 221 onward that passed between Maulavi Muhammad Bashir and Maulavi Syed Muhammad Ahsan. Then on pages 483-507, under the heading of Muraslat No. 2, the letters passed between Munshi Bubah Shah, Munshi Muhammad Ishaq and the same devoted follower Maulavi Syed Muhammad Ahsan. They exchanged two letters. Maulavi Syed Muhammad Ahsan in his letter dated September 12,
1891, responding to the letter dated August 30 of Munshi Bubah Shah, discussed at length the points raised by him, specially the one in which Munshi Bubah Shah accused Mirza Ghulam Ahmad arrogating to himself the status of Ibnullah and ranking himself with Jesus Christ the son of God.
Al-Haq Mubahathah Dehli, p. 85, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 4, p. 215, via Hidden Treasures

“””The soul is not something in space. The nature of its relationships cannot be determined. After death the soul has a relationship with the grave which is revealed to those who possess the faculty of seeing vision. They can see the dwellers of the graves sitting in their graves and can hold converse with them. This is established by true Ahadith. A well known hadith mentions Salat in a grave, it is also mentioned in the Ahadith that the dead can hear the sound of footsteps and respond to the greeting of peace. They also have a relationship with heaven. There are different degrees of their heavenly exaltation. Some arrives at the first heaven, others reach the second or the third heaven, but all righteous souls are exalted as is mentioned in true Ahadith and is also indicated by the verse: For those who reject Our signs and turn away from them in disdain, the gates of heaven will not be opened (7:41); but the nature of their relationship to heaven or to the graves cannot be determined.”””
Al-Haq Mubahathah Dehli, p. 194, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 4, edtion of 2009, p. 505, via Hidden Treasures

“””How long should I write a commentary about the differences that exist (in matter of faith). If any writing of Hadrat Mujaddid is in apparent contradiction with principles of Fiqah or hadith, and despite this contradiction, how it can be established that he was in error. He bases all his contention and assertions in the light of the Book of Allah, which is superior to all these sources. If anyone one has intellectual power to content with him, then he should foil his assertion in the light of Holy Quran, if not possible then through the hadith, and if that is not possible then prove it wrong through logic. Scholars of Islam have all been invited (by him) and see how many of them come in the field (to accept the challenge).”””
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Adam (as) was born a twin (in pairs), totally unislamic

In 1907, in MGA’s famous book, Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA claimed that Adam (as) was born as a twin. This seems to be the first time that MGA used his argument in his career. We haven’t found any instances before this. This belief is totally unislamic. In the Quran, 2:35-36, proves that Adam (as) was living in Jannah (heaven) with Allah. Allah then created Eve. Allah then sent them both to Earth, through the 7 heavens.

Historically, in 1898, in Kitab ul Barriya, MGA was claiming that he was born with a twin sister, however, this seems to be a lie. It seems that MGA was creating a back story. About 10 years later, MGA was asserting that Adam (as) was created as a twin (see the full quote in the below). Later on, in Malfuzat, MGA and his team of writers seems to have given additional data on Adam (as) not being the first man. Watch my video on this here.
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