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Mirza Tahir Ahmad couldn’t pronounce the AIN in Surah Fatiha, many other mistakes too

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As we all know, it has been proven that Mirza Masroor Ahmad can’t pronounce the Quran properly, specifically he misses all the AIN’s and mispronounces them, there are countless other mistakes also. Smile2jannah and Muzzy buzz nailed them on this.

However, we have now found a video wherein Mirza Tahir Ahmad recites Surah Fatiha and makes dozens of mistakes, in fact, lots of mistakes on the AIN. The truth is, the entire Mirza family never learned how to recite the quran properly, and their employees (their mullahs) never had the heart to tell them that their tajweed was terrible.

Even MGA couldn’t pronounce the AIN properly.
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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Mayotte

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The main religion in Mayotte is Islam, with 97% of the population Muslim and 3% Christian. French is the only official language of Mayotte. It is the language used for administration and the school system. It is the language most used on television and radio as well as in commercial announcements and billboards. In spite of this, knowledge of French in Mayotte is lower than in any other part of France.

Ahmadiyya was introduced to the island in 2015. They seem to be managed from Mauritius.
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How many Ahmadi’s are there in Mayotte in 2021? 

We estimate that there are less than 40 Ahmadi’s on the entire island.

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How many Ahmadi mullahs are working on the island? 

Mujeeb Ahmad is the missionary-in-charge in Mauritius, from there he manages Mayotte for the Khalifa. Usama Joya seems is another Ahmadi mullah working on the island.
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2015

The first ever Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary is sent to the island (Usama Joya).

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2018

The first ever Jalsa Salana is held. Barely 30 people attend.

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Links and Related Essay’s

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayotte#Religions

The history of Ahmadiyya in Mauritius

Mayotte: The blessings of MTA International

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Israel

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Watch my video on this herein and my tik tok and instagram video. There were barely any Jewish people in British-India, thus, MGA never totally disrespected them. However, in 1893, in an Arabic only book, MGA seems to have negatively commented on the Jewish people and claimed that they will never have a homeland (see the ref in the below). In 1924, his son, the Khalifa, claimed that MGA even had a revelation, ‘I will relieve the children of Israel.’, which prophesied the return of the Jews to Israel. However, this is a lie. This revelation simply doesn’t exist. Its quite clear that the Khalifa (MGA’s son) made this revelation up. The Khalifa wrote this in his famous book, “Invitation to Ahmadiyyat” (see page 379, 2019 online english edition of Invitation to Ahmadiyya), that it was destiny for the Jews to return to their homeland.
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After a meeting with the Queen in 1924, the Ahmadiyya Khalifa became a Zionist

Intro
Watch my video on this herein and my tik tok and instagram video. There were barely any Jewish people in British-India, thus, MGA never totally disrespected them. However, in 1893, in an Arabic only book, MGA seems to have negatively commented on the Jewish people and claimed that they will never have a homeland (see the ref in the below). In 1924, his son, the Khalifa, claimed that MGA even had a revelation, ‘I will relieve the children of Israel.’, which prophesied the return of the Jews to Israel. However, this is a lie. This revelation simply doesn’t exist. Its quite clear that the Khalifa (MGA’s son) made this revelation up. The Khalifa wrote this in his famous book, “Invitation to Ahmadiyyat” (see page 379, 2019 online english edition of Invitation to Ahmadiyya), that it was destiny for the Jews to return to their homeland.
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The history of #ahmadiyya in #france

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The Ahmadiyya jamaat didn’t get access to France until the 1990’s. The French were never very friendly with the #ahmadis and saw them as a British implantation. Similarly, Ahmadi’s got access to the French colonies of Africa later on in most cases, like the 1980’s. Per Ahmadiyya sources, Ahmadi’s got access to France after WW-2 ended, most likely through pressure from the British.
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How many Ahmadi’s are there in France?

There are barely 200 Ahmadi’s in the entire country.
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Ahmadi mullahs???

In 1946, Malik Ataur Rahman Sahib and Chaudhry Ataullah Sahib were sent from Qadian to work as missionaries, however, they didn’t speak any French.

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Ahmadiyya places of worship?

There is only one. Capacity is barely 400.

The Mubarak Mosque is located in the commune of Saint-Prix in the Val-d’Oise. It is the first Ahmadiyya mosque in the country. This mosque was inaugurated by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad on 10th October 2008. Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Movement. The Mubarak Mosque in France was established in Saint-Prix territory thanks to the support of the mayor Jean – Pierre Enjalbert (DLR).

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1946

The Ahmadiyya movement got access to France. 17 May 1946: Two Ahmadi Muslim missionaries – Malik Ataur Rahman Sahib and Chaudhry Ataullah Sahib – reached Paris, #France to establish an Ahmadi mission there. They rented a room in a hotel and commenced their preaching activities.
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1992

The first ever Jalsa Salana is held.

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The first Ahmadiyya place of worship is built. The Mubarak Mosque. The Mubarak Mosque is located in the commune of Saint-Prix in the Val-d’Oise. It is the first Ahmadiyya mosque in the country. This mosque was inaugurated by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad on 10th October 2008. Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Movement. The Mubarak Mosque in France was established in Saint-Prix territory thanks to the support of the mayor Jean – Pierre Enjalbert (DLR).

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Links and Related Essay’s

https://ahmadiyyatmosques.wordpress.com/france/

Ahmadi Muslim missionary invited to NATO memorial ceremony

http://khuddam.fr/index.php

Refresher Course of missionaries of Belgium, Netherlands and France

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https://twitter.com/jalsasalanafr?lang=en

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Brazil

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There are barely any Ahmadi’s in Brazil. We estimate barely 3-10 Ahmadi’s in the entire country. The Ahmadiyya movement bought a mission in 1989 and converted it into a mosque by 2017. However, there have been little to no converts. In fact, there were a few missionaries working in the country in 2008, by 2021, only one missionary is working. None of these missionaries seem to have been proficient in portuguese.
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How many Ahmadis are there in India in 2021?

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Based on thorough research, we estimate that there are roughly 10,000 Ahmadi’s in all of India by 2021. About 800 in Kashmir and another 3,681 (see Nicholas Evans work) in Qadian and roughly another 6600 in the rest of India. Nicholas Evans conducted anthropological field work at Qadian in 2011 and was told about the convert numbers of 2008-2010. This was given to him by the main admin offices at Qadian. Remember, back in 2001, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was announcing 40 million new Ahmadi’s from India alone. We knew Ahmadiyya mullahs totally lied and now we have additional proof of it. Finally, we seriously doubt there were even 1726 Indian’s converted to Ahmadiyya in this 3 year period, we estimate it was barely 200-300, and even those people were poor and in need. Continue reading “How many Ahmadis are there in India in 2021?”

The history of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Guatemala

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The Muslim population of Guatemala is approximately 1,200 (0.008% of the total population), of which 95% are Palestinian immigrants. There is a mosque near the emblematic Reforma avenue, called the Islamic Da’wah Mosque of Guatemala (Spanish: Mezquita de Aldawaa Islámica) which is available for the five daily prayers and offers classes in Islamic studies. The president of the Islamic Community of the country is Fahed Himeda el-Sagini. In 1989, the Qadiani’s began to build their place of worship, which seems to have been completed by 1991. It was rumored that a rich Ahmadi from the Los Angeles area paid for this place of worship to be built. Per Ahmadiyya sources, the first ever Jalsa Salana was held in 1989. Continue reading “The history of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Guatemala”

The history of Ahmadiyya in Belize

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The Ahmadiyya movement spread to Belize in 2013. The first Ahmadiyya place of worship opened in 2021. Belize falls under the parent Charity in the UK, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International (AMJI). AMJI is the umbrella charity that covers Ahmadiyya operations in Belize. There are barely 20 Ahmadi’s in the entire country and just a few ahmadi mullahs. Continue reading “The history of Ahmadiyya in Belize”

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