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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad on Aisha (ra) and child marriage

Dear readers, we have recently found some references from MGA in terms of the age of Aisha at her marriage and that of child marriage in general. We are searching for additional quotes. MGA mentioned the marriage of Aisha (ra) in depth in Arya Dharam.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The quotes
Nurul Quran, No.2, Ruhani Khazain, V.9, pp.377-378

“With reference to Hazrat ‘A’ishah’sra age on her wedding ceremony, it has been written that she was 9 years of age. Firstly, there is no evidence that the Holy Prophetsa stated this, nor had there been any revelation in regards to this. Nor is it substantiated from the Akbaar-e-Mutawaatirah, [Saying of the Prophet Muhmmadsa reported by a large number of people] that she was certainly 9 years. It has only been taken from one narrator. The Arab people did not keep birth certificates because they were unlettered and in view of their circumstances, a difference of two or three years is normal. Even in our country, many illiterate people cannot tell the difference between a couple of years. Moreover, if hypothetically, we were even to accept this, after having calculated each and every day, that she was in fact 9 years old; even then no intelligent person could object – research doctors have come to agree upon that girls can attain maturity even at the age of 9; in fact, they can even have children at the age of 7. And doctors have proven this through major observations. Many hundreds have witnessed with their own eyes that in this country 9 year old girls have had children.””
Arya DharamRuhani Khazain, v.10, p.64

“Hazrat ‘A’ishahra being 9 years is only found among baseless statements. It is not proven by any Hadith or the Quran
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Mirza Bashir Ahmad wrote in 1920

The author of one of the most comprehensive biographies on the Prophet MuhammadsaThe Life and Character of the Seal of Prophets, suggests that Hazrat ‘A’ishahra may have been twelve years old. Since girls mature quickly in hot climates, it would not have been anything unusual for her to have been married at this age.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and related Essay’s

The Noble Wives of the Holy Prophet (sa)

The Life & Character of the Seal of Prophets(sa) – Volume II

Did Muhammad marry Aisha when she was only six years old?


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Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad, the Ahmadi Khalifa claims that child marriage is OK in the 21st century and Aisha was 12

MGA was married at a very young age, 12-13, his sons were also married off very young, in fact, in a farming economy, this is the norm. However, in the 21st century, this norm has been abandoned. Many Muslims have argued that the norms of farming economies don’t need to be followed, in fact, almost all Muslim countries don’t allow anyone to be married under the age of 16 by 2017. However, Ahmadis have always been changing their position on many islamic issues, and then they lie about it. With the case of the Age of Aisha at marriage, we have the same situation. Since at least the 1960’s, Ahmadiyya sources have been telling us that Aisha was 19 when she got married to Muhammad (saw), however, previous Ahmadiyya sources argued that she was 12. When we present this info to ahmadis, they refuse to answer, then they cry persecution.
Anwar ul Uloom by Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad

“””Muslims do not need any laws which prohibit what has been allowed by the Shariat and Islam. Interference with what has been permitted is an extremely bad thing. One such thing is marriage in childhood which is becoming less and less customary. Marriage in childhood comes with certain conditions such as when the girl reaches an age of maturity she may refuse such a marriage. This was something that the prophet himself had practiced. Aisha’s Rukhsati (bride leaving her parents home) took place when she was 12 years old. Arabs used to mature earlier. Aisha had a special status. If she had been older she would not have spent much time with the prophet and we would not have the benefit of her insight and service to Islam. To stop something that the prophet permitted and practiced is an important issue. I (the author) say we should stop child marriage on a temporary basis until muslims stop taking advantage of this permission.

Governments should be told about the defects of these laws and what the dangers for Muslims are. If the governments say we should not interfere in such matters, then we can be assured and we can tolerate this.”””
Extended translation

Lecture of Mirza Bashir ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, at the 1929 Jalsa at Qadian entitled “Chund Ahem aur Zaroori Umoor

Anwar-ul-Uloom Volume 11. Posting the translation of pages 79-81 here:

“””After this Huzoor said about the Sarda act some friends think of this as an attack on Shariah and some say that there is nothing dangerous in it. But I say that both are exaggerating or playing down. Whether they be the ones that say it is an attack on Islam and also those that say there is no problem. This is definitely not an attack on Islam, but it is also not correct that Islam is not endangered by it. Certainly it did not attack Islam but it did attack Muslims and it endangers several other aspects. Nobody can deny that marrying a weak and helpless prepubescent girl is very cruel and it makes her useless for the nation and Jamaat. No wise man would and can support it but there is a difference between Nikkah and consummation of the husband and wife. Consummation is not allowed in any case in prepubescence but we have to see if Nikkah is also not allowed or is it. It can be clearly gleaned from Islam that a woman does Nikkah after pubescence because Nikkah is connected to the consent of woman and man and if there is no pubescence then how can there be consent. Hence if it is said that prepubescent Nikkah is allowed even without any need then we would say that it falsifies the reason for Nikkah that Shariah established. The purpose of Nikkah is that man and woman promise to merge with each other and this promise cannot be made in prepubescence. But there is no doubt that in some conditions prepubescent Nikkah becomes a need. For example there is a man whose wife dies and the second wife has young adult sons and he does not like to transfer custodianship [Wali who gives off the girl for marriage] of step sisters to their step brothers and he also doesn’t want to show as if there are schisms in his home. He can do nikkah of a prepubescent girl. But Shariah has allowed that girl that if she doesn’t like the suitor then she can deny him after achieving puberty in this way it’ll only be a so-called Nikkah of a prepubescent. In several conditions this very prepubescent Nikkah is preferred. I also get several such letters that my mother and father did my Nikkah with a certain person and I like him but other relatives want to end that relation. Similarly several other such scenarios are possible where marriage at a small age might be beneficial but these are rare. However, it is necessary that prepubescent marriage is allowed. But these necessities can also be sacrificed and Sharia has allowed that if a good thing is abused then it can be restricted. It is mentioned in Hadeeth that during the time of Hazrat Umar RA people used to give three Talaq together and then got back together. Hazrat Umar RA said that this is jest with Shariat. Now if somebody gives three Talaq together then he can’t get back together. So it is allowed that if a good thing is being abused it can be stopped, but Muslims take this decision themselves. Others don’t have the right to restrict because if they intrude here then it will impact other issues as well. For example Muslims are allowed to slaughter cows. It is possible that Hindus pass a law against that. Similarly divorce is allowed, polygamy is allowed, people of other religion can pass laws against these too but no Muslim would tolerate intrusion in these matters. Due to these reasons intrusion [of law via the Sarda Act] on prepubescent marriage is dangerous. But the solution for that is not what some people have said to marry off 10 year old girls. This is damaging yourselves. After this Huzoor [KM2] proved that Muslims don’t need this law because child marriages are very rare in them and also decreasing day by day. Then Huzoor explained that there are some allowances in Sharia that are not corollary but a central part of Sharia and has said that if you do this then this is ordered while discussing things allowed in Islam Intrusion in these matters is very bad. Childhood marriage is also amongst these things. Shariat has allowed it and there are some orders about it that after becoming pubescent the girl can deny such a marriage if she wants. Then a type of such allowance is the one on which Rasool Kareem [Muhammad] SAW acted and childhood marriage is exactly such an allowance on which Rasool Kareem SAW acted. That is, he married Hazrat Ayesha RA in her childhood and in the age of 12 she was sent to his home. It is correct that Arab’s become pubescent early and it is also correct that Hazrat Ayesha RA had superior [physical?] powers but her age was just 12 when she came to Rasool Kareem SAW’s home. Now if because of her age marriage was stalled so that she can be 17, 18 then she would have enjoyed the company of Rasool Kareem SAW for only one year and a lot of discussions about religion would have remained incomplete. But the time she got she was able to serve religion a lot. This is why it was necessary that God got her in Rasool Kareem SAW’s company at such a time that she can be beneficial to the world. This is why [God] made her pubescent soon. So completely banning the thing that Rasool Kareem SAW practiced and declared correct is a huge occurence. I say on this issue that stop childhood marriage but temporarily, as long as Musilms are abusing this right, don’t forbid it indefinitely. For this the way to go about is to tell the government about the problems with this law and the dangers that Muslims face. If the government agrees that it won’t intrude in such matters in the future then we can be satisfied and we can tolerate this.”””

The scan

_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and related Essays

The Life & Character of the Seal of Prophets(sa) – Volume II

Did Muhammad marry Aisha when she was only six years old?


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Ahmadiyya Jamaat of the USA has kicked out an entire family of Ahmadi’s, since their children married Muslims (2021)

We have recently came across an official letter of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat USA, wherein they seem to have kicked out an Ahmadi man after a few of his children married Muslims. Watch my tik tok video on this here and Instagram here. Watch my youtube video explanation herein.

The Ahmadi’s in the case seem to be from the Seattle Jamaat, (see their twitter account here) which is very small, barely 400 men, women and children. Nevertheless, the member codes were also given. The father seems to be member code 29755, and he seems to have paid and/or willfully supported his 3 children as they married outside of the Jamaat with Muslims or non-Muslims. His daughter seems to be mentioned last, she lives in south Virginia. We have also talked about mass expulsions from 2010.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Muhammad’s (saw) father died shortly after his birth and his mother passed away leaving him behind as a child of only a few months

MGA was desperate to claim that he had no teacher and had learned arabic in one night, in a split second. In this pursuit, he claimed that Muhammad (Saw) was the first Mahdi and that Muhammad (saw)’s parents died while he was only 6 months, this was in 1898. However, 10 years later, in Pagham-e-Sulh, MGA claimed something similar. However, after MGA died, his sons disagreed with their father, thus proving that Ahmadi’s don’t even follow the writings of MGA. Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Muhammad’s (saw) father died shortly after his birth and his mother passed away leaving him behind as a child of only a few months”

Repressive Sexual Morality and Marriage within the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community [x-post from German subreddit]

This is a reproduction of the the post ‘Repressive Sexualmoral und Heiratsdruck innerhalb der Ahmadiyya‘ on the German edition of this subreddit, which you can find here: You can use a Chrome plugin to provide an English translation. While it’s of course, not perfect, it does come across quite well. This post was written by German subreddit moderator, u/Q_Ahmad. It was also taken from the islam/ahmadiyya reddit.

The write-up

In many conservative, sexual and love-negative religious communities, ‘sex outside marriage’ is considered a sin. In the purity culture prevailing there, young men and women are taught that any sexual interaction before marriage is wrong. Usually, however, girls are subject to stricter regulations. Boys are always taught that their minds are a gate to sin, but girls are always taught that this gate is their own body that they should cover.

From an early age, girls are told that they are responsible not only for their own spiritual purity, but also for the spiritual purity of the men and boys around them. Girls are sexual “stumbling blocks”, a danger to the relationship between men and God. As a result, sexual purity and upbringing focused solely on abstinence (sexual abstinence) until marriage is emphasized. The belief is that only when women receive their virginity until they marry a man are they holy and spiritually pure. Your own sexuality is associated with corruption and shame. These feelings often follow the relationships of women with their bodies for a lifetime.

Fear is the motivation behind this purity culture. There are, of course, the usual anxiety scenarios associated with the violation: unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections and broken hearts. The actual foundation of fear that is being implemented goes deeper. It is conveyed to you that a single act, a single moment will destroy your future marriage and put your entire life in this world as well as your salvation in the hereafter at risk. [ 1st ] [ 2nd ] [ 3rd ]

There is a peculiarity in the Ahmadiyya community that the ‘red line’ is not drawn only during premarital sex. Any contact between the sexes, even in compliance with the strict veiling rules, is in principle a violation of the red line. Therefore, strict gender segregation / separation is enforced within the community. As a religious minority in Germany, of course, this cannot be established for contacts outside the Jama’at. A greater tolerance for contacts outside the Jama’at is therefore tolerated. But here too, care is taken to ensure that these contacts do not become too friendly, even if they are only of a ‘platonic nature’. In principle, all cross-gender contact is subject to justification. In a society where many areas are still dominated by men, this leads to

The monitoring and enforcement of gender segregation is monitored, documented and enforced by community-internal committees such as Amoomi (“moral police”), Rishta-Naata (marriage) and Tarbiyyati (educational) departments. There is also social control through ‘whisper and rumour networks’ in which (alleged) violations are recorded and punished. All of this comes in a kind of ‘honorary account’ that must be defended within the Jama’at. Therefore, the urge to marry one’s own children begins relatively early in order to anticipate a later ‘dishonour’. The statement of the community for this is that the children “as early as (legally) possible” [ 4th ] should be married. The wedding should not wait until you have finished your school / studies, training, work and are independent. [ 5th ]

​ The Jama’at recommends that the hijab / purdah regulation be introduced for both sexes from the age of three so that children can get used to it from an early age. [ 6th ] With the onset of puberty, they become mandatory.

At the same time, pressure is being built up within the family and by other community members to marry the children as soon as possible, usually with a partner arranged by the family or community. It is usually an age at which you develop your personality and are probably still completely dependent on your parents.

The choice one is made of is too often, regardless of one’s own will, subordinated to the target or upset the family and even being expelled from it. The possibility of being separated from the people you love the most and having to struggle through on your own seems unthinkable. This gives the parents and the extended family emotional leverage to enforce their will.

If you can marry your children while still under the strong control of their parents, there is no space and time for these young adults to really develop and explore their own identity. As soon as they are married, it is extremely difficult to lead your own life independently.

If you start to be critical of the Jama’at or the Khalifa, it will not only affect you, but also your spouse, children and your spouse’s extended families. Once there is a marriage and children are added, the lifestyle and Jama’at investment is too big to really question, even at the expense of personal authenticity. to really develop and explore their own identity.

With the marriage pressure, the community has an excellent means of being able to control the Jama’at members. Any violation of the municipal rules or a lack of participation in the numerous community events can have a negative impact on the ‘marriage ability’, so that the loyalty and activity in the Jama’at and the marriage ability are mutually dependent. Since there is no real way to get to know each other across genders within the community, potential spouses are selected primarily based on the community’s established reputation, which gives the community additional power to exert pressure. Even the appearance of not living in conformity with the community is enough to endanger your own chances of getting married.

​ Women are also required to only * marry * within the community. Men can marry non-Ahmadi Muslims or members of the other two Abrahamic religious communities (Judaism, Christianity) with the permission of the Khalifa. This leads to an imbalance in the available spouses. The absurd thing is that in western societies Ahmadis have more contact with men and women who are not Ahmadis. The segregation mainly exists within the Jama’at. Depending on the size of the Jama’at in the respective country, the difference can be considerable. In some areas there is a ratio of 1: 5 between men and women. [ 7th ] This exacerbates the problem for women who are under even closer observation and pressure from the Jama’at and her families. There are always women who complain about this fact and the systematic disadvantage. The criticism of the system is usually completely ignored and you are then accused by your parents or other members of not having enough love for your parents, trust in the Jama’at system or loyalty to the Khalifa. You should practice patience and prayer and submit to your destiny. Sometimes, as a solution, these women are advised to enter into a polygamous marriage with an already married man. [ 8th ][archived] Or it is said that one should marry one’s children early so as not to be among those who remain behind. [ 9th ] All things that are not a real solution to systematic problems.

How do you experience the repressive sexual morality in the Jama’at? What can we do against it? How did you experience this marriage pressure within the Jama’at and how did you deal with it?

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Who is Amatul Hafeez (1904–1987)? The youngest child of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Amtul Hafeez or Amatul Hafeez or or Amtul Hafiz or Nawab Amtul Hafeez was the youngest child of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Nusrat Jahan Begum. MGA had already died in 1908, his wife and other people must have arranged for the marriage of Amtul Hafiz (the other daughter of MGA) to the other son of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan (his son from a previous marriage), his name was Nawab Abdullah Khan. The marriage was announced on June 7th, 1915 by Maulvi Ghulam Rasul Rajeki and announced in the Al-Hakam, it was also mentioned by MGA’s enemy, Maulvi Sanullah in his newspaper entitled, “Muraqa Qadiani”. The marriage took place on 22 February 1917. MGA’s daughter was barely 13 years old. This was a class child marriage, her husband was over 40 years old. They both moved to Malerkotla and began sleeping together immediately. Amtul Hafeez and Abdullah Khan seem to have had 9 children, 3 sons and 6 daughters, we have only found 6 in the below. 2 of Mirza Bashir Ahmad’s sons and two of his grandsons married four daughters of Amatul Hafiz Begum. It should be noted that Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan  and Nawab Muhammad Abdullah Khan (father and son) had a shared income, and there were many problems of state properties during the English rule. Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan was forced to move to Qadian, leaving everything behind.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s desire for a 3rd marriage led him to ask Noorudin about his pre-teen daughter

The Ahmadiyya movement has always supported “child-marriage” and polygamy.  In fact, when MGA got married in roughly 1853, he was barely 13 years old and his new wife was younger (his first cousin).  He married again in 1884, Nusrat Jehan Begum was roughly 12 years old if not younger, her younger brother was 2 years old (in 1884) and 3rd youngest sibling hadn’t even been born yet.  MGA had barely been married 18 months by January of 1886 and he decided to leave his wife and spend 40 days in seclusion about 100 miles away from Qadian.  In March of 1886 he had his famous announcement of Feb. 20th, 1886 published.  In this announcement, MGA was predicting a 3rd marriage and a promised son most likely from a 3rd marriage.  MGA seems to have had correspondence with Noorudin (while Noorudin was still in Jammu) about all of these predictions/prophecies.  During the course of that correspondence, MGA seems to have also proposed to Noorudin about Noorudin’s young daughter from a previous marriage (Noorudin was roughly 42 in this era), we have cross-checked both major biographical works on the life of Noorudin (english books only) and we can’t find any data on this.  Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani also makes an appearance here, he seems to have been working with Noorudin as a student/helper as early as 1886 and in Jammu.  Irfani wrote in a note to the effect that Noorudin would not be allowing his young daughter to marry MGA, since his young daughter was not an adult.  This daughter disappeared from the scene, Noorudin married again in 1889, and his daughter (Amtul Hai) from this marriage married the Khalifa in 1914.  From his first wife, Fatima Sahiba (daughter of Sheikh Mukarram Sahib Bhervi), he had nine sons and five daughters.  We are still unsure which daughter MGA was asking to marry.

The letters with a rough translation into english

Latter No. 3

My Dear Brother
Your esteemed letter was received,which spreads fragrance of enthusiasm for truth JAZAKALLAH. Prayers were made for your pious daughter. It is a blessing that she has memorized the holy Quran. Otherwise it is a rare thing in the women of this country. How lucky are her parents and the ones who would establish new relationship to you relating to her.

Ghulam Ahmad
11th March, 1886

On 8th June, 1886 MGA sent another letter to Hakim Molvi Nuruddin elaborating his intentions with regard to third marriage and promised son. For the sake of brevity we reproduce only relevant portion as under:-

My Dear Brother,
Four months back, it was revealed to this humble self that i will be blessed with a magnificent son whose name would be Bashir. I was mistaken to think that the promised son would be born of my present wife, but the excessive Ilham have now confirmed that Allah has decided that He will get me re-married to a third wife and bless the promised sone from this third wife. Two different women were motioned for this marriage, but as guided by Allah, both were rejected as one was a misfortunate and other was ugly, since Allah wanted the boy to be born of a woman perfect in piety and beauty.

Some blind critics raised objection as to why the promised son not born of previous pregnancy. What I understand is that the prophesy would materialize after third marriage. This third marriage is to take place shortly. To whom this marriage will take place, excessive Iham are taking place and storm like intensity is found in the intentions of god.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Qadian, 8th June 1886

MGA sent another letter on 20th June to Molvi Nuruddin, the contents of which suggest that Nuruddin did not like the idea of third marriage because there is a note of Irfani, the compiler of Maktubat e Ahmad, which confirms that perhaps Nuruddin disapproved MGA’s proposal for his daughter. Now read the letter and note of Irfani.

My Dear Brother,
Esteemed letter was received, this humble self had written to you of his third marriage just to inform a friend of the heavenly secrets, because it is the habit of this humble self that he informs of some of the Hidden orders (ghaibi amoor)to his friends to increase their faiths.

Since the revelation of ilham of third marriage, this humble self is praying for postponement of this order, but continuance of ilham prove that it has become a definite fate. (Taqdir e Mubram). This humble self has decided to avoid from doing this until a clear and categorical heavenly compulsion is received.

Wassalam- humble self
Ghulam Ahmad
20th June 1886

Note by Shaikh Yaqub Ali Irfani : 
Allah has given glad-tiding and signs for this third marriage to hazrat sb and he motioned it to his nears and dears who were far away from Allah although not deniers. Hazrat sb informed of these glade tidings to Hakim Nuruddin. As far as he (irfani) knows Hakim sb was ready to give his daughter in Nikah to MGA, in case if she was adult.

Now from such bizarre events, any impartial ahmadi, not only can judge as to what types of weak and fabricated revelations MGA mentions to have received, but also see the quick manoeuvrings he do which surely do not matches with that of a high moral character of a messenger of Allah.

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The failed marriages of Muhammad Zafrullah Khan (1893-1985)

Zafrullah colluded with the British Colonists before and after WW-2.  In fact, he was the Ahmadi voice in parliament and he sided with the British in many situations.  He hurt Pakistan and made sure that that “British-interest” were of the highest priority, he even represented Palestine and made sure that they lost all cases.  He secretly wrote the Lahore Resolution in 1940, as London was bombed and the British feared that they would soon lost India to Japan.

His children
Ahmadi sources normally shy away from this topic.  Nevertheless, Zafrullah Khan only had one child, a daughter named Amtul Haye.  In 2019, her whereabouts are totally unknown, it is also unknown whether she had any surviving children.  Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he passed away while in Lahore at his daughter and son-in-laws house.

He married his cousin inititally
It has been reported to us that Zafrullah Khan married his cousin (Iqbal Begum) as his first marriage, she died soon thereafter.  He then married her sister (Rashida Begum), she also died a few years after the marriage, we have to assume that all of this happened by 1930.  He then married Badar Begum of the Behar Colony in British-India.  She gave Zafrullah Khan his only child, Amtul Haye.  Badar Begum filed for divorce soon after and lived as a single-parent by roughly 1940.  In 1955/1956, Zafrullah Khan married for the 4th time.  This time he seems to have fell in love with a Lebanese girl (Bushra Rabani, who was living in Syria)(Also See the Alyum magazine from Cairo, 1955), he performed the Nikkah ceremony in the Pakistani embassy in Syria.  Syrians Muslims called this marriage as illegal in the press.  She divorced Zafrullah Khan a few years later.  It is unclear if Zafrullah married again.


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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad accused Maryam of meeting with Joseph before her marriage with him

MGA insulted many holy people in Islam, Christianity and Judaism, he even stole “hindu -styled-arguments” and passed them off as his own.  We thought we had covered it thoroughly, however, everyday we find new data.  Recently, we found a reference from MGA’s book “Ayyamus-Sulah”, in english as “The Age of Peace”, it was published in 1898, in Urdu (see Hidden treasures, page 239).  This book dealt mostly with the issues of the plague, which was running rampant in India in those days, however, MGA also insulted Maryam, the mother of Esa (as).

The context of this specific quote
MGA is expressing his hate against Pashtuns, Afghans, Israelites, and Mary the mother of Jesus Christ, may peace and blessings of Allah be upon her. He says pushtunes and afghans are from the lineage of Bani Israel so they don’t mind extra marital relationship just like the tribes of Bani Israel. He alleges that sometimes their women get pregnant and give birth to children out of these illicit relationships, then he gives the example of Maryam a.s. that she was found accompanying her fiancée Yusuf Najjar before getting married to him.  NAUZUBILLAH. He also made mockery of the faces and features of Bani Israel tribes and their dresses.

The original scan and translation from roohani khazyian 14 -page 300 (ayam alsulah)

Some quotes from Ayyamus-Sulah
1—-“””It is through the prayer that one should seek the path of tadbir. Therefore, the Prayer and tadbir are two facets of the human endeavour and intellect. It is therefore necessary that man should seek the path of tadbir through prayer.””” (Ayyamus-Sulah, p. 3, Ruhani
Khaza’in vol. 14, p. 231)

2—-“””…I saw in a dream that God’s angels were planting black trees in different parts of the Punjab. Those trees were very ugly, black in colour, terrifying and of small size. I asked some of those who were planting them: What kind of trees are these? They answered: These are trees of the plague which is about to spread in the country. It remained unclear to me whether it was said that the plague would spread during the coming winter or the winter after, but it was a terrible sight which I saw.””” (Ayyamus-Sulah, p. 121, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 4, p. 361)


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