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Initially, in 1891, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad dismissed Earthquakes altogether, however, after the Kangra earthquake of 1905, MGA changed

In 1891, as MGA claimed to be the Messiah, he was also claiming that the miracles and prophecies of Jesus were in no way extraordinary, this included earthquakes, deaths, wars and famines (See Izala Auham, RK-3, pages 106-107). Thus, MGA totally denied that these were religious phenomenon. 12 years later in 1903, via MGA’s revelations published in the Badr and Hakam, MGA continued to give the impression that earthquakes weren’t important to him or any type of divine phenomenon. However, after the Kangra earthquake April 4th, 1905 (which was about 100-200 KM from Qadian), MGA and his team of writers totally changed up. They even went to MGA’s writings from 1879-1884 (Via the Barahin) and claimed that MGA had predicted the Kangra earthquake back in 1879-1884, which is ridiculous. However, this was their normal process of argumentation. They did the same with the prophethood of MGA. All the references are posted in the below.

After MGA died, the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 5 was published and Noorudin defended MGA’s contradiction in a silly way (See the ref in the below). In 1935, 18 Ahmadi’s died in Quetta as a result of this earthquake (See ROR of April 1935, page 273). In 1935, there were barely 174 Ahmadi’s in Quetta, this men, women in children, they also seem to have had a mosque. This is the beginnings of the Ahmadiyya jamaat in Quetta. 2 or 3 Ahmadi’s also died in the famous Bihar earthquake of 1934.

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Maulvi Abdul Karim lived exclusively with MGA on the 3rd floor of MGA’s house

MGA knew Maulvi Abdul Karim since his days at Sialkot in the early 1860’s. Further, he knew Nooruddin and Mufti Sadiq and worked for Nooruddin as an employee in Jammu. Nevertheless, when he moved to Qadian in 1891, he lived on the 3rd floor with his wife in MGA’s house. Further, I am sure that his wife, as well as Noorudin’s wife and MGA’s wife all ate together and raised their kids together, hence, there seem to be 20 people living in MGA’s house by 1892.
Here are some names of the main ghost writing team, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali and Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera. Some other people who came independently, yet still joined MGA’s team was Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was also a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, in fact, uptil his job with MGA, he worked for the founder of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, Syed Nazeer Husain from Delhi and Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal. Ahsan Amrohi was an imam under Siddiq Hassan Khan until he died in roughly 1890, he was immediately hired by MGA. Maulvi Muhammad Ali was another, however, he came via Khwaja Kamaluddin and the prominent Ahmadi’s of Lahore.
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Muhammad Ali lived exclusively within Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s house for almost 10 years, 1899–1909

As we all know, MGA employed many ghost writers. They were, Nooruddin, Mufti Sadiq, Muhammad Ali, Maulvi Abdul Kareem, The Amrohi, and many many more. All of these people lived with MGA, and thus knew of all of MGA’s habits. They were all employees and were promised many fortunes. Muhammad Ali lived in close-quarters with MGA and his sons and his entire family, in-fact, Muhammad Ali’s wife also lived with him and she must have interacted with the family of Nooruddin, Abdul Kareem and many others who were also living there.
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Who is Nawab Mubaraka Begum 1897-1977?

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had 2 daughters that made it to adulthood and procreated further. They are Mubarika Begum (born 1896, died on May 23rd, 1977) and Amtul Hafiz (born 25th January 1904, died ). MGA was known to marry off his children before reaching the age of 12. To our memory, none of MGA’s children made it past that age without a marriage. MGA was already receiving fake revelations to the effect that he should marry off his eldest daughter (Mubarika) to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, who was a rich aristocrat from the Malerkotla state. Mubarika was only 10 years when she married a man of 40 years, and her new husband already had another wife, hence, MGA’s daughter became a 2nd wife to a much older man. Furthermore, Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan had a wife who had died a few years earlier. Thus, Mubarika Begum was his 3rd wife.

Muhammad Ali Khan lived exclusively within MGA’s home every time he came to Qadian. He built a separate house in Qadian after his marriage however, it was connected to the new Nur-Masjid, which was named after Noorudin, and was right next to the Talim-ul-Islam High School, which seems to be 50-100 yards from the house of MGA. In 1910 Nooruddin was at the house of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan and was returning to the home of MGA, he fell off of his pony and was dragged mercilessly, he almost died and had to have a leg amputated. Further, Nooruddin seemed to continue to live with MGA’s family until early 1914, wherein he moved out, he thus moved into this new house. He also had him (Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan) as the executor of his (noorudin’s) will. Noorudin thus died in the Nawab’s house and his will was read out by the Nawab (see page 334). They then elected Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad in a make-shift election.
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Who is Mirza Khalil Ahmad? The grandson of Noorudin and son of the Khalifa?

Mirza Khalil Ahmad (also spelled Mirza Khaleel Ahmad) is the son of the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and Amtul Haye (the daughter of Noorudin). Mirza Khalil Ahmad is not mentioned at all in any english books of the Ahmadiyya jamaat, not even Fazl-e-Omar. He had to have been born from 1916–1924 era, its unknown. His mom was dead by 1924. He was married to Asma Tahira (born in 1935 and died in 2016). She passed away in Canada on 23 December 2016 at the age of 81 (see the Khutbah of Mirza Masroor Ahmad of 1-6-2017). They seem to have been married 52 years earlier in 1964. She married at the age of 29, which is high in the cultural standards of 1964 in Pakistan. Mirza Khalil Ahmad must have been 42+ years old at the time of marriage, which is also high. They HAD NO CHILDREN.

His sister, Amtul Rasheed was raped by her own father, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the dates are unknown. His other sister, Amtul Qayyum was married off to the famous MM Ahmad, they had no children, it was a cousin marriage.

It is also plausible that Mirza Basheer ud Din’s father was also Maulvi Noorudin, and thus, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad married his step sister and had these children from that marriage. The reason is that MGA was impotent and incapable of getting an erection. They all lived together in MGA’s mansion too, even after MGA died.
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Qadian in August of 1947 during partition, the invasion of Sikhs and Ahmadi’s were issued tanks by the British

Qadian was invaded by 80,000 refugees in late August of 1947 (see Mirza Tahir Ahmad, “Man of God”). Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that 70,000 Ahmadi’s (he writes them as Muslims) came to Qadian for the defense of the holy land of Ahmadi’s, however, this seems to be a lie. Per the census conducted by the British government, there were only 56,000 in all of British India by 1931. The normal population was roughly 10-12,000 people in Qadian, of which about 10,000 were Ahmadi’s (see Spate). By 1947, Qadian had the highest concentration of Ahmadi’s in the world. Qadian was a mini-vatican, a state within a state (see Spate). Nevertheless, the Khalifa abandoned 10,000 Ahmadi’s, men/women and children, and left them to be viciously murdered. The full account of the amount of Ahmadi’s killed has never been posted, the Khalifa fled in late-August. Further, the Khalifa seems to have already known that Qadian was going to be given to India, he thus ordered enough food for 3 Jalsa’s. There was also a bomb blast during a Friday Sermon at the Masjid Aqsa in roughly July 25th of 1947 (see the ref in the below). Illegal guns were also found at Qadian (see the Hindustan Times in the below), Mirza Tahir Ahmad also mentioned this in his book, “Man of God”.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers/readers/editors/researchers/imams

MIrza Ghulam Ahmad was not capable of reading (since he was blind by age 40-50) and writing (since his right arm was broken), nor was he capable of leading prayers (salaat), he never led a Khutbah Juma or an Eid Khutbah (a few times, after the main Eid speech, MGA made comments, these were mostly unintelligible ramblings, which were edited and created into books). His main ghost writer and manager was Noorudin, who was a capable imam, Noorudin was a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith and his followers of his own before he met MGA. Another Ahl-e-hadith imam that MGA hired was Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who moved to Qadian in 1891, he edited most of MGA’s books and newspapers, he was not a student of Noorudin, however, he knew MGA from MGA’s relationship with the Ahl-e-Hadith imam’s of Bhopal. Maulvi Abdul Karim was a student of Noorudin and he was at Ludhiana for the bait ceremony of 1889, he moved to Qadian in 1890-1891 and became the main imam at Masjid Mubarak and Masjid Aqsa. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was another inside man, he worked in the letters department and became the editor of the Al-Badr in 1905, when the owner died of plague. Another inside worker was MIrza Khuda Bakhsh, another pupil of Noorudin. The final point is that all of these “insiders” lived together in MGA’s house, they were thus able to plan the mission of Ahmadiyya, while MGA did nothing all day.
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Who is Mir Muhammad Ishaq (1890–1944)? The brother-in-law of MGA

Mir Muhammad Ishaq was the son of Mir Nasir Nawab, and younger brother of Nusrat Jehan Begum and Dr. Mir Muhammad Isma’il. His date of birth is Sept 8th, 1890 in Ludhiana. Which is recorded in Nuzul ul Masih (published in 1909). Per Ahmadiyya sources, he had totally moved to Qadian by 1894. He lived with MGA until MGA died in 1908, he even claims to have watched MGA lead prayers for the women of the house many times, whilst standing on MGA’s side, women weren’t allowed in the mosques in Qadian in those days, he lived in this very mansion until he died in 1944. He even accompanied MGA on his tours of Delhi, Ludhiana, Lahore and Gurdaspur in the era of 1903–1905. At times, he even acted as MGA’s scribe, as he helped to write responses to letters and other various administrative tasks around the house at Qadian.  Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he was never scared to fight non-Ahmadi’s. The ROR of February-1916 reports that he was at the 1915-Jalsa at Qadian and even gave some speeches. They even called him a Professor at the Ahmadiyya Madrassa at Qadian.

In fact, in the 1920–1930’s, he was involved in many fist-fights between Ahmadi’s and Non-Ahmadi’s (see 18:00 of this video). By 1933, he became the headmaster at the Qadiani mullah training center (jamia). He died on March 17, 1944 at age 54(see Tadhkirah, 2009 online edition, page 721).

He seems to have also written a commentary on the Quran, the second edition (online edition) is from 2006. The first edition was published from Rabwah, which makes it 1950’s–1970’s, interestingly, in terms of 5:75, he translated the controversial words as “many” and not “All”. He also contradicted the Khalifa on 2:4.
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Who is Dr. Mir Muhammad Isma‘il (1877–1943/1947)? The brother-in-law of MGA

Dr. Sayyad Mir Muhammad Isma’il or spelled Syed Meer Muhammad Ismail and Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail, he was the younger brother of MGA’s second wife Nusrat Jehan, and the elder son of Mir Nasir Nawab. He had a younger brother named Muhammad Ishaq. Per MGA, Dr. Mir Muhammad Isma’il was roughly 10 years old in 1887. Thus he was born in 1877 and only 7-years old when his elder sister got married to MGA, Ahmadiyya sources are conflicted on his date of birth, some sources give 18 July 1881 as his DOB (see the Al-hakam archives, online via twitter). He also narrated some famous traditions about MGA which were recorded into Seeratul Mahdi (1923). He claims that he was a ruthless and vicious vagabong from 1887 to 1892. He seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya in 1892 with his father, Mir Nasir Nawab. He quit Ahmadiyya in 1893, as MGA lost his written debate with Athim. However, 3 years later, he seems to have become an Ahmadi again, he is thus listed as an official companion of MGA and in-fact on the list of the first 313 (see Dard, page 846).

He died on July 18th, 1943, just a year before his younger brother, he was aged 61, which is relatively young, there are conflicting reports on this, some sources claim that he died in July of 1947. He had 2 wives, his first wife of Syed Shaukhat Sultana, who was a close relative, most likely a cousin, however, there were no children from this marriage. He married again to the daughter of Mirza Muhammad Shafi (a member of the Sadr Anjuman in Qadian), his daughter’s name was Amtul Latif. They had 10 children together, 7 girls and 3 boys. She was born in 1902 and died on 16 September 1964. On the instigation/arrangement of Hazrat Amaan Jan (nusrat Jehan) Mir M Ismaeel married her in 1917 at the time when he was assistant surgeon in Civil Hospital of Paniput.
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