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Who is Dr. Hafiz Saleh Muhammad Alladin (born 3 March 1931 in Hyderabad, India; died 20 March 2011 in Amritsar)

He was an Indian Ahmadi Muslim astronomer. Alladin received in 1963 a PhD at the University of Chicago. He was among the famous 100 Astronomers of the world and served as the educational advisor to former President APJ Abdul Kalam of India. He wrote many books, penned hundreds of articles and published more than 50 research papers. He then went as a professor at the Osmania University in Hyderabad, where he was Director of the Center of Advanced Study in Astronomy.  In 1998, he finally wrote about Ahmadiyya and picked the topic of the eclipses.  He was the president of Sadar Anjuman Ahmadiyya, the highest body of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamat in India under the Khalifatul Masih V Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad for 4 years. He was referred as Ulul Albab by Mirza Masroor Ahmad which means one of those gifted with understanding.
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Who is Seth Abdullah Allahdin?

Seth Abdullah Allahdin (or spelled Alladin). Abdullah Alladin wrote “The Claims and Teachings of Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi” published as a second edition in 1917, from Secunderabad, India, which is central India. He had converted to Ahmadiyya in 1915 (see the ROR of June-1915) from Aga Khan shia-sim and via Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Hafiz Roshan Ali and a local Ahmadi named Basharat Ahmad spent 6 weeks in convincing him to join the Qadian branch of Ahmadi’s.

This proves that Ahmadiyya had spread to deep South Central and East British-India by 1917 (just a few Ahmadi’s). The title of this book also lists how there is an Ahmadiyya Jamaat book depot in Ceylon (slave island), which is modern day Sri Lanka. His father devoted a large part of his wealth to the Mirza family (see page 53). He begins to show up in the ROR in the late 1910’s and donated heavily towards Ahmadiyya. The Jan-1918 edition of the ROR reproduced many pages from his famous book, “Claims and Teachings of Ahmad” (1916) as well as the July-1918 edition of the ROR. In 1922, he wrote a translation of the Quran in english, a sort of translation with hadith, however, he only picked certain verses of the Quran. His son is the famous astronomer  Dr. Hafiz Saleh Muhammad Alladin.
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“Qabar-i-Masih” (1936) by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq—free download

It seems that in 1936, through the funding of Seth Abdullah Allahdin, the Ahmadiyya Movement was able to publish “Qabar-i-Masih” (1936) by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq. Ahmadiyya sources claim that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq traveled to Kashmir in 1925 and completed his research in three years, others Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he visited again in 1934. This seems to be the first huge research project on the Yuz Asaf theory after many years. Remember, in 1926, via “Invitation to Ahmadiyya”, the Khalifa connected 23:50 with Yuz Asaf and claimed that MGA proved 2 things, that Eisa (As) died and that he was buried in Kashmir (see page 185-186 of the online english edition). Even if Tafsir-e-Kabeer, the Khalifa wrote the same. It wasn’t until Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s Khilafat, that was when Ahmadi’s began to disconnect the Quran (23:50) from the Yuz Asaf theory.

It was written in October 1936. They printed 1050 copies. The cecond page is in english, the rest is in Urdu.

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Who is Dr. Abdul-Hakim Khan, the famous Ex-Ahmadi?

Dr. Abdul Hakeem Khan is a very controversial figure in the world of Ahmadiyya, especially in terms of how MGA began calling Muslims as Kafirs in 1906. Abdul Hakeem Khan was a follower of MGA since at least 1886 (See Haqiqatul Wahi), since MGA himself admitted to this fact. Abdul Hakeem Khan was most likely a follower of Noorudin and thus followed Noorudin to MGA in 1889.

He left Ahmadiyya publicly in 1906 and later predicted that MGA would die in 1908. His main beef with MGA was on 2:62 on Salvation. In 1906, he wrote a series of books vs. MGA entitled, Zikrul-Hakim, in one of these he discussed the death of Maulvi Abdul Karim. Further, he caused MGA to begin to do open Takfir of the Muslim world. Dr. ‘Abdul-Hakim Khan, also wrote a booklet “al-Masihud-Dajjal”, which refers to MGA. Dr. Khan accuses MGA of telling lies, he calls MGA a dajjal [deceiver], corrupt, and an embezzler. In his booklet, al-Masihud-Dajjal, he has listed a number of my ‘vices’. He calls MGA as selfish, egotistical, arrogant, Antichrist, Satan, ignorant, insane, great liar, lazy, corrupt, one who breaks his word, and an embezzler. Dr. Khan then toured the major cities of the Punjab like Lahore, Amritsar, and the rest, delivering public lectures and invariably ascribing all kinds of misdeeds to MGA, ridiculing MGA, and declaring
MGA to be dangerous to the world; more dangerous than even the Devil. This was not all, he also publicly announced in each lecture, in the presence of hundreds of people that God had revealed to him: ‘During the next three years, this man [i.e. me] would die on account of his being a liar and an impostor.’ On 14 August 1906, Maulawi Nur-ud-Din received another letter from Dr. Khan, wherein he says that God Almighty had informed him on 12 July 1906 about MGA’s demise to the effect that MGA shall die within a period of three years from this date (by 1909).

Haqiqatul Wahi is written in the summer of 1906, with just small portions written in 1907, Abdul-Hakim Khan is 64 times.

However, after MGA died, in 1911, his son, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad confirmed them.
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The annual Ahmadiyya Jalsa at Qadian in 1919

The jalsa of 1919 the Qadiani-Ahmadiyya community took place on the 26, 27, 28 and 29 December 1919. It is expected that there will be a gathering of Ahmadi ladies also, as usual. This Jalsa was also reported in the Jan-Feb-1920 edition of the ROR. Technically, in 1919, there were 2 Ahmadiyya Jalsa-Salana’s, since the 1918 Jalsa was delayed due to plague (Spanish Flu). Thus, in March of 1919, the 1918 Jalsa was held.

Seth Abdullah Allah Din (from Secunderabad, India, which is central India) presided over the first session on the 26th (Friday morning). The famous Maulvi Ghulam Rasul Rajeki (also spelled as Rajeke) gave a speech on “Nature of Prophecy” (which is basically an explanation of prophethood). The second session was held after Juma prayers, and was presided by Chaudri Nasrullah Khan (a lawyer from Sialkot). Hafiz Raushan Ali also gave a speech at this Jalsa. Many Lahori-Ahmadi’s were invited to this Jalsa and even had an opportunity to speak. After they spoke, Mir Muhammad Ishaq gave a refutation of their arguments (see “truth about the split”, pages 210-211, online english edition).

The second day was presided by Khan Zulfiqar Ali Khan of Rampur. Maulvi Abdur Rahman, Maulvi Fazil, (ex-student of Al-Azhar University) gave a speech on the prophethood of MGA. The third day was presided over by Abul Hasham Khan Chaudhry, M.A. of Bengal. It was reported that 1763 new men converted to the Ahmadiyya Movement in the year of 1919. It is also reported that 40 primary schools and 5 middle schools were being operated by the Jamaat in the Punjab. The finance secretary reported that there was roughly 200,000 rupees collected in the fiscal year of Oct-1918 to Sep-1919. They also reported expenditures at roughly 191,000. Khan sahib Farzand Ali was also there. He doesn’t seem to have been a murrabi yet, he was sent to England as a murrabi from 1928-1934. Qazi Abdullah (B.A., B.T.) was also there, he had just returned from the UK, he was there from 1915 to 1919. Hakim Khalil Ahmad was also there and gave a speech, a letter from Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was also read out (he was working in the UK at the time).

A special session was held with ladies only in the Masjid Aqsa.
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Who is Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (1872–1957)?

Per Ahmadiyya sources only, he was born in Bhera, Pakistan on January 11, 1872(which was in British India at that time), which is roughly 100 miiles from modern day Rabwah, he died in Rabwah on January 13, 1957 at age 85. Muhammad Sadiq was a student of Noorudin in Jammu (roughly 1880–1890). Per Ahmadiyya sources, he was dropped off by his father (Mufti Inaytullah Qureshi Usmani) for religious training in the 1880’s, his father died before 1889, his mother, Faiz Bibi, joined Ahmadiyyat between 1896 and 1897, per Ahmadiyya sources only. Per the order of Noorudin, he visited Qadian in later 1890 and signed the Bait form, however, he might have also been present at Ludhiana for the firs bait in 1889, since so many lies have been told about this entire event. He would go back and forth, from his job in Jammu to Qadian quite frequently. He was never a Mufti, this title was given to him by MGA and other Ahmadi’s, who also seem to have called his father a Mufti, which is also wrong. He was a private secretary of MGA from 1891 to 1905. From 1905 to 1914, he was the editor of the Al-Badr newspaper, until it was forcibly shut down by the government.

From 1917 to 1920 he was a missionary out of the UK. In 1920 he travelled to the USA and opened a branch of Ahmadi’s. In the 1920’s, they also began to call him as Dr., however, we have proved that he had posted fake degrees while he was in America, just in an attempt to fulfill a prophecy of MGA wherein it was stated Mufti Muhammad Sadiq would get degrees.

In 1924, he returned to Qadian. His second wife was the famous dutch woman, Hidayt Budd (1929). Its unknown if they had any children. He moved to Rabwah in 1948 and died about 10 years later.
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What is “Hujaj-ul-Kiramah” by Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan of Bhopal?

Hujaj-ul-Kiramah was a book written by the one of the founders of the “Ahl-e-Hadith” sect of Muslims in northern India. Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan was married to the Queen of Bhopal, who gave lots of money to MGA for the creation of the Braheen e Ahmadiyya Series. In roughly 1884, Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan tore up MGA’s Braheen e Ahmadiyya book and sent it to Qadian in that state, Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan was dead by 1890. Later in 1907, MGA claimed that he died abruptly as a result of disrespecting MGA’s book (See Haqiqatul Wahy).  He seems to have written Hujaj ul Kiramah in late 1883 or early 1884, see ROR May-1908.

This book is also called, “Hujjaj Al-Karamah fi Athar Al-Qiyamah”, “A treatise on the approaching of the Day of Judgment and its signs according to Islamic sources”. This book is also mentioned in the ROR of February-1916.
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TUHFA-E-GOLARHVIYYAH by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1902)

Per Ahmadiyya sources, MGA and his team began writing this book in 1900, as his beef with Pir Mehr Ali Shah ended. Per Muhammad Ali in 1915, this book was published on September 1, 1902. This book was in Urdu with some brief Arabic, it ran for 254 pages and was published from the Diya’ul-Islam Press, Qadian, the original edition had barely 40 words per page, this was how they extended the number of pages in those days. In english the title translates as ‘Gift for Golarvi”. Also spelled as Golarviah and Tohfa Golarviak. In this book, MGA asserts that the Messiah was supposed to come exactly 1400 years after Muhammad (saw), he even quotes Nawab Siddiq Hassan Khan’s famous book and his assertions that the Mahdi was coming soon. There is also an appendix, we aren’t sure when this appendix was added. Tohfa-e-Golarwiyah comprises of RK, v. 17, pages 35-340, which includes the Appendix/Supplement on pages 35-86, pages 87-340 are the main book. This book starts with an appendix, which is weird. In the main body of the book Mirza Ghulam Ahmad argues, based on the Quran and Hadeeth, that Jesus has died and that the Promised Messiah was to appear from among the Muslims. In the appendix he argues that he is the Promised Messiah. MGA also gives his GOD a new name in this book, the famous Yalesh. Tofha Golarviyya is in RK-17, as the second book.

You can listen to this book on soundcloud with this link.

Feel free to watch Shams-uddin’s video on this topic herein. Yuz Asaf and the injeel is also quoted in this book. In October of 2021, Saleem Mir said that when MGA quoted Swane Yuz Asaf (see at the 1:44:44 mark), he was really referring to “Barlaam and Josaphat”.
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The office of Khilafat cannot be a family inheritance

Dear readers, we found an interesting reference in terms of the Mirza family business and how they have purposely elected a “Mirza” to continue the legacy of MGA. In this specific instance, an Ahmadi by the name of Seth Abdullah Alladin was sending books and papers to the Lahori-Ahmadi’s and etc.
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