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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad prescribed Alcohol for Ahmadis to take

Intro
Watch my video on this herein. MGA was taking drugs his entire life. In this case, we have hard evidence which proves that MGA and his team kept wine and opium in Masjid Mubarak. Furthermore, MGA would send his trustworthy servant, Yar Muhammad, who would also stroke MGA during prayers. Tonic wine was initially invented in the late nineteenth century at Denver, England by Christian monks. In early several decades (up to the first quarter of the twentieth century) this wine made of red wine had not only very high level of Alcohol (14-16%) and Caffeine but a very high level of Cocaine used as an aphrodisiac. This intoxicant is now banned all over the world. Tonic wine was aand is very strong at addictive wine specially popular among the criminals and hooligans. It is marketed by the name of ‘Buckfast wine’.

Per Mirza Tahir Ahmad, MGA’s wife, (Nusrat Jehan) started taking tonic wine immediately after Mirza Mubarak Ahmad was born in 1899 (this is a lie). This seems to be the famous case of MGA ordering tonic wine from Plommers shop in Lahore. In that same era, Mirza Mubarak Ahmad was also given port wine, since he was sick. MGA also kept Saturnes wine. MGA and Noorudin would take wine and opium as needed, it was not a big deal. they gave it out like candy. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad used poison, opium and wine in his medicines too. This was all very normal for life at Qadian. Opium was another drug in heavy circulation at Qadian, and MGA never admitted to its usage, nor did MGA ever admit to having wine in his house. MGA also took coco wine (which contained cocaine) from Dr. Khalifa Rasheed ud Din. There is another entry from Seeratul Mahdi wherein MGA was giving out alcohol also.

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The quote

seertul mahdi quotation no. 966 written by Mirza Bashir son of mirza Qadyani

Ghulam Seithi Nabi sahib says,

“””Mirza qadyani prepared tonic from alcohol and advised to drink it on daily basis for ” depression and superstitions with ingredients. And said that “although alcohol is haram but I have prepared it my self halal ….. ” and said ” as you cannot prepare it so when it is finished you can take it from me by writing it and I shall send it to you”.

The scan

_____________________________________________________________________________________________When MGA asserted that he would never take any drugs, even though its Hilaal

    “I remember an incident and which is that I have Diabetes for several years. I urinate 15-20 times daily and sometimes I urinate 100 times per day. Due to sugar in urine, I also get infection in urine and due to excessive urination I become very weak. Once a friend suggested that Opium is beneficial in Diabetes, therefore there is no harm if I use it as medicine. I answered: ‘It is very nice of you to have sympathise with me but if I form a habit of taking Opium than I am afraid that people will joke that THE FIRST MESSIAH WAS AN ALCOHOLIC AND THE SECOND ONE AN OPIUM ADDICT.’”

Naseem Da’awat, Roohani Khazain vol.19 p.434-435, by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani.

______________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essay’s 

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/judgement-of-mr-g-d-khoslas-session-judge-gurdaspur-india-6-june-1935-syed-attaullah-shah-bokhari-appeal-case/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/10/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-used-poison-opium-and-wine-in-his-medicines/

Did MGA learn 40,000 roots in one night?

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/21/tiryaq-e-ilahi-never-worked-on-anyone-it-was-just-a-super-opium-drug/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/mga-looked-like-an-opium-addict/

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Dr. Abdus Salam liked white women, alcohol and a busy British lifestyle

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Intro
The life of Dr. Salam is not properly explained by Ahmadiyya sources. In this essay, we will present the proper data and leave it to the readers to draw their own conclusions. However, you will notice that during the life of Dr. Salam, he never allowed anyone to mention his second wife (girlfriend) and those circumstances (see the Al-Nahl of 1997, which has 200+ pages of data on Dr. Salam, however, they barely mention his second wife and those 2 amazing kids, see page 200, it is nevertheless from a Pakistani newspaper). We (the writers at this blog) don’t see his relationships as a meaning of shame or anything, we are just pointing out that Dr. Dame Louise Napier Johnson, who per British law, was never his wife, instead a life-long girlfriend, was never given any acknowledgement by the Ahmadiyya Movement. Continue reading “Dr. Abdus Salam liked white women, alcohol and a busy British lifestyle”

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MGA claims that Arabs drank alcohol 5 times per day

Intro
MGA and his team made many strange remarks about Muhammad (saw) and his companions. In one such statement, MGA claims that the reason that Allah ordered Muslims to pray 5 times per day was because that was the frequency of alcohol consumption in their culture.

The Quote
“””Five times prayer was set because arabs use to drink alchol five times a day .even it is approved by Quran that every sect got the (a person )to warn ………”””
( ref : malfozat 5 page 182 )

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The Ahmadiyya Movement in Canada is attacking Affaf Azhar, Maria and Tariq Saeed

Intro
We have intercepted a letter wherein the Ahmadiyya Movement in Canada is strongly advising its flock to avoid Ex-Ahmadi’s on social media. This letter was sent out by the top Qadiani employee in Canada, Lal Khan Malik, he is the Amir of Jamaat Canada. Lal Khan Malik claims that some people who were kicked out of the Ahmadiyya jamaat are spreading hate against the Ahmadiyya community. He goes on to claim that Tariq Saeed, Affaf Azhar, Maria are trying to cause chaos and confusion towards the Ahmadiyya jamaat. Lal Khan Malik claims that all of these people were kicked out of the Jamaat (which is a lie). Lal Khan Malik tells Ahmadi’s that if they continue to speak to these ex-Ahmadi’s, they will be kicked out. We don’t know who Tariq Saeed and Maria are, however, we will find out.

Just a few weeks ago, she interviewed on Zouq e Tanqeed youtube channel. This seems to be what triggered the Ahmadiyya Movement in Canada to act against her. Affaf Azhar also recently interviewed by Faisal and his crew of ex-Ahmadi’s. You can see additional interviews of Affaf Azhar here.

This is nothing new, the Ahmadiyya Movement is always kicking people out, the Ahmadiyya Jamaat of the USA kicked out an entire family of Ahmadi’s, since their children married Muslims (2021). We have also talked about mass expulsions from 2010. One thing to note is Jama’at doesn’t usually shame and expel members for consuming alcohol, having extramarital affairs, financial frauds done by office bearers etc. The majority of shaming & expelling is done for marrying outside the community.

Continue reading “The Ahmadiyya Movement in Canada is attacking Affaf Azhar, Maria and Tariq Saeed”

Nasim-e-Da‘wat (1903), quotes and background information

Intro
In 1903, MGA and his team of writers published “Nasim-e-Da‘wat” (An Invitation)(See Hidden Treasures). This is the book wherein MGA told the world that he would never take opium for any reason, even a valid reason like diabetes, wherein MGA would urinate 100 times per day. MGA then claimed that the main reason as to why he wouldn’t take opium for his diabetes was because people would joke and call the first Messiah {Eisa (As)} an alcoholic and the second (MGA) a druggy.

This book is in Urdu only still in 2021 and was printed at the Diya’ul-Islam Press in Qadian, it seems to be 104 pages. Per Ahmadiyya sources (Hidden Treasures), it was published in mid-February 1903 just before the annual gathering of the Aryah Samaj scheduled for February 28, 1903, in Qadian. In this book, MGA seems to be beefing with the Arya Samaj of Qadian. Ironically, MGA’s family collected tax on behalf of the British government from these same hindus. The Arya Samaj were openly anti-British and Lekh Ram had already been dead for 6 years.

This book is also mentioned in the March-April-1903 english edition of the ROR, they claim to have translated portions of it. MGA wrote a supplement which was called Sanatan Dharam, it is barely 14 pages of urdu.

Continue reading “Nasim-e-Da‘wat (1903), quotes and background information”

What is Bahishti Maqbara?

Intro
This was created by MGA in 1905, after Maulvi Abdul Karim died and MGA worried about his own death and financial status of his offspring. Thus, MGA created the Wasiyyat scam. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad even claimed that an angel showed him the place of his burial. MGA even said that his children didn’t have to pay and would still be buried therein. The dead body of Maulvi Abdul Karim seems to be the first Ahmadi ever buried in Bahishti Maqbara. MGA was buried therein in May of 1908, as was Noorudin in 1914. 99% of MGA’s children were not buried in Bahishti Maqbara from 1914 to 1947.

The original Bahishti Maqbara was in Qadian, after 1947, roughly 90% of Ahmadi’s in India moved to Pakistan and thus abandoned the Bahishti Maqbara. The “Return to Qadian” prophecy by Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad (1947) was given in this era also.

After MGA’s widow died (Nusrat Jehan), the Mirza family seems to have established a Bahishti Maqbara at Rabwah. All of children of MGA from his second wife were buried there, as well Zafrullah Khan and Abdus Salam.

Continue reading “What is Bahishti Maqbara?”

Who is Bashir Ahmad Rafiq (1931–)?

Intro
Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, commonly known in #qadiani circles as B.A. Rafiq, he was an Qadiani-Ahmadi mullah from 1959 until he died. He mostly worked out of London, which was the headquarters of Ahmadiyya in the West (see B.A. Rafiq, “The Afghan Martyr’s” 1995). We have archived his entire autobiography herein. His wife is named Salima Nahid. He grew up in the village Mohib Banda, which is situated right in the midst of the agricultural fields. A few miles from his village, impatiently, in turbulent rapid waves, the water of the river Kabul joins the river Sindh at Attok. His family was the only Qadiani-Ahmadi family in the whole village.

His father left Islam in 1921 via, Moulvi Mohammad Ilyas Khan in Dastung, Pakistan. Moulvi Mohammad Ilyas Khan then gave his father his daughter in marriage.

In 1948, he joined the Furqan Force. He was thus immersed in Ahmadiyya and attended the Jamia at Rabwah until 1958 when he graduated.

In 1959, when he arrived in London, Dr. Abdus Salam lived 1/2 mile from the Fazl Mosque, thus, he was fast friends with Dr. Salam and his family. Dr. Salaam’s grandchild (a son of his daughter) Dr. Faiz ur Rahman, who is a son of Dr. Hameed ur Rahman and Dr.Azeeza Salaam, is engaged to marry my granddaughter Madeeha Henna Khan, a daughter of Abd ul Waheed Khan and Amat un Naseer (Neeno). May Allah bless this union overwhelmingly. Madeeha is very dear to me and she is my favourite.

Moulood Ahmad Khan was serving as the Imam of the London Mosque. I assisted him as his Deputy until the end of 1960.

In 1970, he returned to Pakistan to work as the private secretary of the 3rd Khalifa.

From 1973 to 1979, he seemed to be living in the same house as Chaudhary Zafrullah Khan. They were both living in the Ahmadiyya mission house in the UK. Zafrullah Khan became a permanent resident of the top floor flat of the Mission House in the UK. B.A. Rafiq and his family occupied the first floor. Zafrullah Khan translated Tadhkirah (1976) into english in this era and wrote many famous books on #Ahmadiyya.

Ahmadiyya sources claim that B.A. Rafiq was living in Pakistan in 1987, and wrote a book, and immediately moved to the UK, the Ahmadiyya movement claims that he was about to get arrested.
Continue reading “Who is Bashir Ahmad Rafiq (1931–)?”

Bashir Ahmad Rafiq’s autobiography and website

Intro
On this page, we have archived lots of data from Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, a loyal employee of the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s. He seems to have started a website and blog in the 2000’s. All of this data is from there. His final blog entry seems to be in 2014. We have placed his entire autobiography on a word doc and posted it in the below. We have also pasted the entire contents of it.
Continue reading “Bashir Ahmad Rafiq’s autobiography and website”

After Mirza Ghulam Ahmad died, Noorudin wrote in Nuzul ul Masih that MGA was given good eye-sight, ir-regardless of his diabetic condition

Intro
As we all know, MGA was a raging diabetic patient. MGA told the world that his diabetes was so bad that he would urinate 100 times a day. We also know from medical journals that 99% of diabetic patients lose their eye sight. When MGA died in 1908, Noorudin took over and began covering up all the errors and omissions of MGA. He got Jesus in India published and Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 published. In 1909, he published Nuzul ul Masih and in that book, he claimed that MGA got a revelation wherein his God told him that ir-regardless of MGA’s diabetic condition, his GOD would preserve his eyes and make them work perfectly. However, if we look at MGA’s picture, its obvious that MGA can’t even open his eyes and thus can’t see very well. MGA’s ghost writers wrote the books for MGA and read books/newspapers to MGA. MGA mentioned 2 additional organs that he asserted were the ear and brain.

MGA also wrote about this in Haqiqatul Wahy, see pages 458-459.
Continue reading “After Mirza Ghulam Ahmad died, Noorudin wrote in Nuzul ul Masih that MGA was given good eye-sight, ir-regardless of his diabetic condition”

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