Intro We have a found book that was published by Anjuman khasmaan e Rasool Lahore, at the end of the book the date given, 12 Dec 1979. This book was written by Abdul Razzaq Mehta, who was the son of Abdul Rahman Qadiani, who was called intimately as Abdul Rahman bhai. They seem to have all quit Ahmadiyya by 1947. This book contains letters from the Sadr-e-Anjuman, some very controversial interviews.
The famous book, “Ashab e ahmad”, Vol. 9 is all dedicated to him and his brother Abdul Rahim Qadiani. Abdul Rahman Qadiani was a sikh who wore huge bangles, he became ahmadi in 1904. Mir Hamid Sialkoti sent him to qadian with a letter of confirmation in 1895.
I found some interesting references on the internet from the 2nd Khalifa. I have posted them in the below.
…skips any prayer, he leaves Ahmadiyyat, and until regret and repentance for his deed does not reappear in his heart, and until desire for faith does not reappear in his heart, he is not considered an Ahmadi before God Almighty."
Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Friday Sermon, 5 June 1942
“Someone who calls himself an Ahmadi and then does not perform prayer, and by not performing prayer is not meant that he never performs prayer, but if he skips even one prayer throughout the year, or if he skips even one prayer in ten years, he cannot be called an Ahmadi under…
…any circumstances. If he thinks, ‘I have only skipped one prayer in twenty years, what’s the big deal?’, then he is suffering from a delusion. Even if he skips only a single prayer in twenty years, even then he cannot be called an Ahmadi. Rather, right then, when a person…
…skips any prayer, he leaves Ahmadiyyat, and until regret and repentance for his deed does not reappear in his heart, and until desire for faith does not reappear in his heart, he is not considered an Ahmadi before God Almighty.”
6 October 1942: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud (ra) announced an exclusive scheme for preaching in #India. The first objective was to send 1,000 issues of Al Fazl that contained the transcript of his weekly Friday Sermon to all Muslim scholars. He also instructed for 1,000 copies…
…of The Moslem Sunrise to be sent to them. Secondly, he urged for constant tabligh (preaching) to influential personalities of the country.
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