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The 2nd Khalifa also used a team of ghost-writers

Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad never wrote anything in his life, he was given opium as an infant and had terrible vision. He failed his matriculation exam in 1905-1906 and thus proved that he didn’t know Urdu/English/Arabic. Nevertheless, the Mirza family and their band of brainwashed Ahmadi’s boasted about him and helped create his own newspaper, the Tashhiz al-Azhan. Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal was the editor and thus wrote essay’s on behalf of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. In 1914, when Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became the Khalifa, they immediately began to call him the Musleh Maud (and he remained silent). In those days, in addition to Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal (Mahmud Ahmad raped his daughter on the roof of Masjid Mubarak), Maulvi Sarwar Shah was also a ghost writer, as well as Maulvi Sher Ali. In 1915, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s published an english commentary of the Quran (and ascribed to the 2nd Khalifa, who didn’t know english and failed his matriculation exam)(it was only 2 chapters and discontinued), this was done to counteract the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. This commentary was created to counteract the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. Muhammad Ali and the Lahori-Ahmadi’s published their famous commentary in 1917 and from London, England, the Nation of Islam used this commentary to create their kufr.

Over the years, they began to prepare murrabi’s who would happily write books on behalf of the Khalifa. From 1915 to 1947, the team consisted of Malik Ghulam Farid, Jalal ud Din Shams, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, Zafrullah Khan, Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani, Maulvi Sher Ali, Hafiz Roshan Ali, Abdur Rahim Nayyar, Ismail Halalpuri, Mirza Bashir Ahmad and Maulana Abul Ata aka Maulana Abul Ata Jalandhari. This culminated in 1947, Malik Ghulam Farid (1897–1977), was deputed the task of preparing various commentaries on the Quran, in urdu and english. His urdu commentaries were ascribed to the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and appeared with only nine chapters along with an introduction in 1947, the Khalifa signed off on the introduction on 2-28-1947, thus it was published in late February from Qadian, British-India.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his ghost writers called the sahaba as fools (nadaan)

In terms of 3:144, MGA and his ghost writers had always argued that the sahaba knew that Eisa (As) was dead. However, after MGA died, and via BA5 (Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya part-5), the Khalifa, Maulvi Noorudin invented the idea that the sahaba believed that Eisa (as) was alive and were corrected by Abu Bakr upon the death of MGA. This argument can be found in Nusratul-Haqq [‘Help of God’], which is a sub-section of BA-5.

This wasn’t the first time that MGA disrespected the sahaba of Muhammad (saw), MGA disliked the name Fatima and saw it as a sign of sadness and pain. MGA also disrespected Fatima’s (ra) children, Hassan and Hussain. MGA also disrespected Ali (ra). MGA even called the killing of Maulvi Abdul Latif as greater than that of Imam Hussain. 

MGA even called Abu Hurraira as stupid (ghabi). Omar Khan explains how Mirza Ghulam Ahmad disrespected Muhammad (saw), Noah (as), Yusuf (as) and Esa (as). Mirza Ghulam Ahmad accused Esa (as) of getting oil massages by adulterous women. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad even said that if the people of Noah (as) had been given the amount of signs that he (MGA) had been given, those people wouldn’t have died terribly.
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Chashma-e-Masihi (1906) by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Chashma-e-Masihi (1906)(The Fountain of Christianity) is a book by MGA and his team of ghost writers. Portions of an english translation appeared in the the ROR of Oct-1918 and the ROR of Nov-Dec-1918 by Choudhuri Ghulam Muhammad B.A.. It is unclear who Ghulam Muhammad is, we think it might be the famous Ghulam Muhammad Qadiani. Nevertheless, per Ahmadiyya sources, in 1970 an english translation was published from Rabwah, Pakistan. Thereafter, another english translation was published in 2007 from the UK. The book is barely 60 pages. 

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Mirza Tahir Ahmad changed the meanings of 33:59 in comparison to what Mirza Nasir Ahmad thought

Mirza Nasir Ahmad rarely ever wrote anything in his life, he had maulvi’s (teams of writers)writing for him all the time, just like MGA and his sons. In 1979, under the auspices of KM3, the official translation of 33:59 (33:60 in the Qadiani Quran) was “they should draw close to them portions of their loose outer coverings” (see the full ref in the below). However, KM4 changed this translation to “they should pull down upon them of their outer cloaks from their heads over their faces” (see the 1997 edition of Maulvi Sher Ali’s english translation, in the below). As is evident here, KM4’s translation is radically different from KM3’s, to say the least. KM4 had no qualms with adding to and misrepresenting the words of the Quran. This entire entry was posted in the islam_ahmadiyya reddit forum.

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Jalsa Salana of 1921 and did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad know Arabic?

This jalsa was mentioned in the March-April-May-1922 edition of the ROR. The Ahmadiyya Movement claims that 7000 people attended, which is a lie. A speech of the Khalifa is published in the June-1927 edition of ROR, the speech seems to be on evolution. The Khalifa disagrees that humans came from monkeys, however, he does say that humans were different forms before we reached perfection (which is Kufr), later on (1947), the Khalifa would say that humans were jinn until we turned into humans. He said the same about Iblis aka Shaytaan. See also the ROR of Oct-1924.

As we all know, MGA didn’t know Arabic properly enough to write academically in Arabic, nor could MGA pronounce easy Arabic letters like Duad, Ain, Ghain and Qaaf, just to name a few.  After 1897, MGA began to claim that he learned 40,000 roots of Arabic in one night. At the Jalsa of 1921, the Khalifa seems to have claimed that MGA did in fact learn arabic in one minute, which is ridiculous.
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The 2nd Khalifa and the famous Simla Conference in 1945

Ahmadi’s lie to the public and claim that they are a purely religious organization. We have cited many cases of this contradiction, in the 1910’s they were saying the same thing as they were against the non-cooperation movement and supported the British government whole heartedly. Another instance can be found in 1945 and during the Simla Conference. This was directly after WW-2, the British wanted to split India and create buffer zones. The 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad and his team of ghost writers immediately drafted talking points. They were urging Indians to co-operate with the British government, however, Muslims refused and the entire Simla Conference failed.

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Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad’s comments on 43:63 in Tafsir-i-Saghir

Just like his father (MGA), Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad never wrote anything. Ahmadiyya sources claim that he wrote a huge commentary on the Quran called “Tafseer-e-Kabeer”, sometimes spelled as “Tafsir-i-Kabir”. They also claim that he wrote a shorter Tafsir entitled, “Tafseer-e-Sagheer” also spelled as “Tafsir-i-Saghir”. These Tafseer were most likely written by the paid Mullahs who worked directly for the Khalifa. The Khalifa didn’t have a full commentary written on the Quran, only about half, per the Introduction of the 1988 edition of the 5 volume commentary by Malik Ghulam Farid (died in 1977), Mirza Basheer ud Din’s “Tafsir-e-Kabir” only covered Chapters 1, 2, 10-29 and 78–114, he missed Chapters 3-9 and 30-77, he missed 53 chapters and purposely, since most of the controversial verses about Jesus and prophethood were contained therein. Ahmadi sources tell us that the first volume (Most likely Chapters 1-2 only) were published in 1940 and it took 20 years to complete just 2 chapters.

Per 5 Malik Ghulam Farid’s commentary, The first volume comprising the first nine chapters along with an introduction appeared in 1947. The book was found to be too voluminous to be easily handled and, therefore, for the convenience of the readers, it was split into two parts. Volume 1 part I, containing the introduction & the first two chapters (now Vol. 1), was reprinted in 1964, and volume 1 part II, dealing with the next seven chapters (now Vol. 2) was reprinted in 1965 in Pakistan. Further research shows that the 5-volume commentary was first published in 1963 and then in 1968. In terms of 43:63, we are unsure what MGA wrote about it, however, in 1917, Muhammad Ali didn’t even give it a comment in his famous commentary. In 1988, Malik Ghulam Farid also connected this verse with the second coming of Esa (as).

Watch our video on 43:61 for the proper context herein.

On 43:63, Pg 651, found by @zafarim786

“”””‎If we wanted, we would have made some the angles, so they can settle ‎On earth instead of you. ‎And since Quran gives the the knowledge of of the end time,‎ Hence don’t doubt the end times. Oh people follow me as this is the straight path ‎The one who is distanced from HAQ will stop you from the straight path, ‎ is your clear enemy.

‎When isa ( بصع ثانیہ  not sure what it means) will come with signs, he will say I came to you with words of hikmah and also to make you understand the things on which you are divided.

‎Just do the taqwah and follow me. ‎Allah is mine and your god hence pray to him.
‎After hearing this, his opposition groups started blame him. ‎Hence those who transgressed, will be punished severly. And will be killed with a painful punishment ‎They are waiting for qayamat but it  has been set to be suddenly, ‎which they don’t understand.””



The scan of 43:62 from Tafsir-i-Kabir, Pg 651


In Malik Ghulam Farid’s 1988 edition of the 5-volume commentary of the Quran in english

He writes that this verse, 43:63 is about the second coming of Esa (as), see pages, 2375 and 2376.

Links and Related Essay’s

  1.  The 5 Volume English Commentary of Quran
  2. Jump up^ ‘Introduction’ ; Dictionary of the Holy Quran by Malik Ghulam Farid (2006)[1]
  3. Jump up^ The Abridged Edition
  4. Jump up^ Dictionary of the Holy Quran by Malik Ghulam Farid (2006)


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The 1924 Jalsa at Qadian

The Khalifa had just came back from his tour of the world (to London and back). His travel dates were July 12th, 1924 to November 24th, 1924 (see Tarikh e Ahmadiyya)(See also ROR of 2008). As soon as he returned to Qadian, he got all the reports of the “goings-on” while he was away. He received reports that his wife #2, Amtul Hai (age-24) was writing letters to various newspapers and telling them how bad her husband was. When the Khalifa returned from his tour of Europe in 1924, the daughter of Noorudin died mysteriously (his wife). The front page of Al-fazal 20 Dec 1924, it says “final moments of Syeda Amtul Hai (also spelled Amtul Haye).

Nevertheless, the Jalsa was held on the 26th-28th (See ROR of March-1925). Ahmadiyya sources claim that the 2nd Khalifa gave a 4 hour speech on Bahaism (which special focus on his claim to divinity) on the first day and a 6 hour speech on Naimatullah Khan and his state killing in Afghanistan. The 2nd Khalifa’s full team of ghost writers where there: Qasim Ali, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Abdur Rahim Nayyar, Abdur Rahman Misri, Maulavi Syed Sarwar Shah, Zafrullah Khan, Fateh Muhammad Sial, Ghulam Rasool Rajecki and Hafiz Raushan Ali and the ROR reports that they gave lectures.

Ahmadiyya sources claim that 15,000 to 16,000 attendees were recorded and that 600 people converted to Ahmadiyya on the spot, which is a lie.

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Haqiqatul Wahy, book review by #Ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Haqiqatul Wahy is a combination of 4-5 books mashed together, which is very typical of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers. The first ever english translation by the Jamaat was published in 2018. We found many false translations, read them here. This is the book wherein MGA admits to having rectal bleeding issues back in the late 1870’s after his dad died. We have also found a ridiculous translation of the word “majazi”, which means “metaphoric”. This is from the Arabic supplement of Haqiqatul Wahy, Muhammad Ali translated it many times from 1914–1923. The Qadiani’s never even tried to explain this, they left it alone, they were stuck with MGA and his team of writers telling the world that MGA’s prophethood was only metaphoric. We think the arabic supplement was written by Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was always against the prophethood of MGA.

The first book inside of Haqiqatul Wahy is a 3-page short introduction wherein MGA’s ghost writers tell the reason why this book was created, its entitled, “What is the Effect of this Book”. It is followed by 5 pages of nonsense wherein Dowie is mentioned, this part was written before Dowie’s death and thus in 1906. The book finally starts after roughly 10 pages, MGA has 4 chapters wherein he answers questions about “Haqiqatul Wahy”.

In Chapter-1, MGA gives a description of the people who experience some true dreams or some true revelations, but they have no relationship with Allah the Almighty, nor do they receive the slightest share of the light that is bestowed upon His chosen servants, and their carnal self is far removed from any relationship with the divine light. Chapter-1 is 7 pages.

In Chapter-2, MGA gives a description of those people who occasionally see true dreams or experience true revelations, and who do enjoy some relationship with God Almighty, but the relationship is not of a high degree, and their carnal self is not consumed and obliterated by the flame of divine light, though it comes somewhat closer to it. This is barely 4 pages.

In Chapter-3, MGA gives a description of those people who receive revelation from God in the perfect and clearest manner, and enjoy the honour of converse and discourse in a perfect manner, and the dreams that they see are also true like the breaking of the dawn, and who have the most perfect and complete relationship of love with God; they enter the fire of divine love and their carnal self is totally consumed by the flame of light.

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