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Nusrat Jehan Begum claims that MGA only led Salaat before 4 November 1888, never after

Intro
Ahmadi’s are very stubborn people.  This is their biggest malfunction.  We have posted data on this blog for years indicating that MGA never led salaat for any congregation.  Ahmadi’s refused to believe it.  It was too much for them, they then began to argue that MGA did in-fact lead some salaat.  However, after some additional digging, we have uncovered that MGA never led salaat at least after Nov. 4th, 1888.  The testimony in the below proves that.  Further, MGA barely had any followers to lead salaat for before this date.  We suspect that he still never led salaat, and even if he did, it was in-front of small children or gullible peers who never tried to correct MGA when he made mistakes.

The quote

qarchives.com/misc/Seeratul_Mahdi_1.pdf
pdf page 20 of 296
Narration no. 19

”My mother narrated to me that mgaq got first attack of dizziness and hysteria few days after the death of Bashir 1 (we had an elder brother who died in 1888). While sleeping he got choked and then condition woresned but that attack was light. Then after some time (few days) he went out saying that I am not feeling well today. Mother said after some time sheikh Hamid Ali ( he was an old sincere servent of mgaq, he is dead now) knocked at the door and asked for a pitcher of hot water. Mother said, I knew that mgaq’s condition is worsened, so I asked a maid to ask him (sh hamid) about mgaq’s condition. Sh Hamid Ali said its bad. I went inside the mosque and saw mgaq lying. I went near him he said- I m not feeling well. I was praying and saw something black raised in front of me and went up to sky. Then I screamed and fell down and became like fainted. Mother says that after that he started getting these attacks on REGULAR BASIS. This humble one asked what was attack like, she said that his hands and feet got cold, body nerves got shrunk specially neck’s and then dizziness started. In that condition, he was unable to support his body. In the beginning, these attacks / seizures were svere but later on there was no such severity and he became used to that.

Humble one asked, did he ever get any problem with his head? Mother said, before he used to get nominal headache attacks. Humble one asked, did he use to lead the prayers, mother said yes, but due to attacks he stopped. Humble one states that was before the claim of being Massiah. ”

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Nusrat Jehan Begum and other women didn’t get into to MGA’s bait in 1889 and after–were they illiterate?

Intro
It seems that women weren’t allowed to take MGA’s bait? Either that or they were illiterate and unable to sign their names on a paper. Its most likely both, in 1889, no women took MGA’s bait.  In 1896, MGA published a list of 313 sahabis, some men are listed as with wife, for example, Noorudin is listed (with wife), and thus moves the number to 314, and that upsets what MGA and his team were working on, i.e. a parallel to the amount of Muslims that Muhammad (saw) had early on, if they would have added the women, the number would have swelled to 400+. Further Nusrat Jehan says that since she was with MGA, i.e. married to him, she was always in his bait.

In the below, we present a reference from Seeratul Mahdi, wherein Nusrat Jehan Begum admits that she never came under MGA’s bait, nor did any other women it seems.  We are not sure when the Ahmadiyya Khalifa’s began accepting bait from women.

The quote
qarchives.com/misc/Seeratul_Mahdi_1.pdf
pdf page 22 of 296
Narration no. 20

“My mother narrated to me that mgaq took his first bai’t (oath of allegience) at Ludhiana. First day 40 men took bai’t and when He came back some women took bai’t. First of all Molvi Noordin took bait. Humble one asked WHEN DID YOU TAKE BAI’T? MOTHER SAID, IT IS KNOWN THAT I DELAYED MY BAI’T AND TOOK IT AFTER MANY YERAS. THIS IS WRONG….RATHER I NEVER SEPARATED FROM HIM (mgaq) AND ALWAYS STAYED WITH HIM AND RIGHT FROM THE START, I CONSIDERED MYSELF IN THE BAI’T AND NEVER FELT THE NEED FOR SEPARATE BAIT”

The scan


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When did MGA’s marriage with his second wife Nusrat Jehan take place? What year?

Intro
As we continue to sift through the books of Ahmadiyya we find inconsistencies and cover-up jobs by the Ahmadiyya mullah team.  In this specific instance, we have found inconsistencies in terms of MGA’s marriage to Nusrat Jehan Begum.

Per “Life of Ahmad” (2008)(1947), current online english edition
On page 133 it states that MGA was married in November of 1884, however, an exact date isn’t given.

Nusrat Jehan had a baby on On April 15th, 1886
Per Ahmadiyya records (dard, page 192), Nusrat Jehan gave birth to Ismat on 4-15-1886.  If we assume that the marriage happened 10 months prior to this, we get July 1885 as the date of marriage.  Ismat died of cholera in 1891, just a few months after MGA’s wildest claims.  

However, in Seerat Nusrat Jehan, they claim that the marriage happened in 1883 and secretly,
Seerat Nusrat Jehan was written by Irfani, who also wrote Hyat e Nasir.  Its the famous Shaikh Yaqub Ali Irfani.  

Date of marriage

The scan of Seerat Nusrat Jehan

Hyat-e-Nasir states that the marriage happened in 1885
Hyat e Nasir and on page 8, says that nikah was performed in 1885. So that is the reason, Irfani who is on the qadiani side, correcting the record by saying that, “mir sahib said that it was 1885 but the correct date is 1883. It is from  official seerat of nusrat jahan writen by Mahmood ahmad Irfani. so it is official.

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Who is Nusrat Jahan Begum (1865–1952), the second wife of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?

Intro
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that she was born in 1865 in Delhi to Mir Nasir Nawab and his wife (however, we strongly dispute this year, it was most like 1875.  They were members of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect of Muslims in northern India.  We dispute this date.  If we admit that this date is true, then she was 18-19 years old when she married MGA, and her younger brother Mir Muhammad Ismael was 16-17 years younger than his elder sister, which is really hard to believe.  Her only other sibling, another younger brother, Mir Muhammad Ishaq wasn’t born until 1890.  It is more likely that she was born in 1873 and was 12-13 years old when she married Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (who was almost 50 and old and out of shape and nasty).  She gave birth to 10 children for MGA, half of them died in their youth.  Her final child was Amtul Hafeez Begum, who was born on 25 June 1904.  For the next 4 years with MGA, she never got pregnant.

1876
Mir Nasir Nawab gets to know MGA’s brother, Mirza Ghulam Qadir, he also does canal work around Qadian for the British government.  Mir Nasir Nawab, his wife and their only daughter (Nusrat Jahan Begum) visit Qadian and stay in MGA’s house for many months.  Nusrat Jahan Begum is a toddler and sees MGA for the first time.  MGA’s father dies and the family seems to move out to Lahore.  We think that MGA lusted after this infant child the same way that he lusted after Muhammadi Begum.

November 17th, 1884 in Delhi, India
MGA gets married to Nusrat Jahan Begum.  He stays 3 days, he leaves for Qadian with his new wife on November 20th, 1884.

When did the marriage happen?
There is some confusion on when this marriage happened, some Ahmadiyya sources claim that is happened in 1883.  Per Ahmadiyya records (dard, page 192), Nusrat Jehan gave birth to Ismat on 4-15-1886.  If we assume that the marriage happened 10 months prior to this, we get July 1885 as the date of marriage.  Ismat died of cholera in 1891, just a few months after MGA’s wildest claims.  

December 1884
After staying just one month in Qadian, she returns to Delhi to her parents home.

1885
MGA writes letters to Noorudin addressing his impotency, Noorudin comes to Qadian and treats MGA with an opium filled medicine.  MGA claims that his impotency goes away (this is the famous Zadham e Ishq, the love potion).  In March-1885, Nusrat Jahan Begum returns to Qadian.  MGA’s famous toilet attendant (Hamid Ali) tells us that MGA still wasn’t cured, it took an additional 7-8 months for MGA to be cured of impotency.

1886
On Feb 20th, 1886, MGA makes the famous prediction of the promised son.  Instead, on 15 April 1886, a daughter is born, her name is Ismat, she dies of cholera 5 years later.  In December of 1886, she gets pregnant again.

1887
Bashir-1 is born to her and MGA on 7 August 1887.  At this point, MGA thought this was the promised son.  Later on MGA would give him the name of Bashir-1 (in urdu as Bashir Aval).

1888
In roughly April of 1888, she gets pregnant with Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad.
Bashir-1 dies on 4 November 1888, he was barely 15 months, the cause of death is not given.

1889
In January, she gives birth to Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad, who eventually becomes the Khalifa in 1914 and the Promised son during WW-2.
In February she didn’t get into MGA’s bait, nor did her father or her brothers.  They didn’t attend the famous ceremony either.

Roughly 1892
Per Ahmadiyya sources, she prayed that MGA would marry Muhammadi Begum.  She thus repeatedly prayed for this prophecy to come true. She did this because she believed the prophecy was the word of God, and she wanted it to come true even though the pain of her husband’s marrying again in her own words, ‘may kill her’ (See Seerat o Sawaneh Hadhrat Amma Jaan, Prof. Syeda Naseem Saeed, Lajna Imaillah Lahore, via ROR, oct-2010).

1900
She helped her younger brother, Mir Muhammad Ismail with money for his college, he would eventually become a doctor.  Where did this money come from?  Her father moved to Qadian permanently in this era, as well as her younger brother.  She lived with MGA in his mansion at Qadian along with the young wife of Noorudin, Muhammad Ali’s wife, Maulvi Abdul Karim’s wife and many others.

1904, she seems to have asked to be released from her marriage
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/07/10/did-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-wife-wish-to-be-released-from-her-marriage/

She didn’t do purdah
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/03/mirza-ghulam-ahmads-young-wife-didnt-do-parda-this-is-against-the-parda-laws-in-rabwah/

1935
She tells the world how MGA never led prayers via her sons in Seeratul Mahdi.

1947
She migrates to Lahore with her entire family, they then shift to Rabwah.

1952
She dies in Rabwah and is buried there in May of 1952.

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In 1890, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad denied the miracles of Solomon (as) communicating to Ants via Quran

Intro
As soon as MGA began writing in the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, he immediately denied the miracles of Esa (as) as given in the Quran. However, in that book series, he avoided Quran 27:16–22, which discusses how Solomon and David (as) were given a special favor by Allah and allowed to communicate with animals, like birds and ants, in fact, MGA never commented on these specific verses in his entire life. He did call himself Solomon (as)(nauzobillah in the BA-4 and even said, “””Thus, We taught those Signs to Sulaiman [Solomon], meaning my humble self””. However, its unclear what MGA was getting at or setting up. It’s important to note that in 1886, MGA confirmed that Muhammad (saw) did miraculously split the moon, however, after his death it was denied. Similarly, MGA agreed with the common concept of Jinn in Islam, however, after he died, Ahmadi’s denied it also. By 1890, in Izala Auham, MGA denied the physicality of this miracle also. MGA copied Sir Syed’s entire playbook when it came to denying miracles and the unlimited abilities of Allah. In the same book, MGA discusses Chapter 27 again, however, the verses are 43-46-ish. Which was the small miracle of making glass appear to be invisible, in Izala Auham, MGA and his team wrote: “””It appears that this miracle of Jesus was purely intellectual like the miracle of Solomon. History reveals that in those days people were inclined towards the useless pursuit of sleight of hand, which astonished the common people.””. Thus, MGA accused the Jewish prophets of God of deceit.  In the below, we have presented all the quotes in terms of Solomon (As) and his miracles in the earliest sources of Ahmadiya. Obviously, in 1917, Muhammad Ali totally denied all the miracles of Solomon in his english commentary of the Quran. Finally, this story started from the Torah (see Proverbs), the Quran simply confirmed it like it confirmed the physical ascension of Idris (as) aka Enoch. Just like it confirmed that Esa (as) flew up to heaven and sat down at the right hand of God.

The islamic position in 2020
Communicating with animals and insects hasn’t been discovered yet. We haven’t figured out the frequency, however, in the future its possible. MGA lived in 19th century science and thus was limited. Einstein hadn’t even written his concept of space-time, nor had the Wright brothers proved that vehicles can fly. Thus, MGA and Ahmadiyya represent an older model of science, and the islamic world in 2020 reflects all the newest scientific discoveries.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________The Quote from BA4, see the online english edition, page 439
“””Thus, We taught those Signs to Sulaiman [Solomon], meaning my humble self. People denied them wrongfully, though their hearts believed [in them]. So, We shall soon strike terror in their hearts. Say, Light has descended from Allah, so do not reject it if you are believers. Peace be on Ibrahim. We purified him and delivered him from grief. We Ourself have done this; therefore you
should follow in the footsteps of Ibrahim.”””

The same quote from the 2009 online english edition of Tadhkirah is a bit different

“””We have instructed Sulaiman [Solomon], meaning this humble one, in those Signs. People have denied them wrongfully and arrogantly, although their hearts have believed in them.”””
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Izala-e-Auham, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 3, pp. 251-263, footnote, See also Essence of Islam, vol-3, pages 218–226

“”””Miracles of Jesus
Certain Muslim sects believe that Jesus used to fashion different types of birds and used to invest them with life by breathing into them. On this basis I have been asked that as I claim to be the like of Jesus I should also fashion a bird and make it come alive by breathing into it. It is alleged that millions of birds created by Jesus fly about everywhere and that the like of Jesus should also create some birds.

The answer to all these superstitions is that the verses on which they are based are allegorical and it is the height of faithlessness and patent repudiation of the basic values of Islam to construe them as meaning that God Almighty had deliberately associated Jesus in His attribute of creation; inasmuch as it would be a negation of the Godhead to believe that God Almighty should invest someone else with His special attributes and His Divinity. One of these people was asked if he could distinguish those birds that had been created by God from those that were created by Jesus, but he confessed by remaining silent that he was unable to do so.

The doctrine that some birds are the creation of God Almighty and some are the creation of Jesus is altogether vicious and amounts to polytheism. Anyone holding such a belief cannot be a Muslim….

The miracles of Prophets are of two types. One are heavenly manifestations, in which human design and reason have no part, such as the splitting of the moon, which was a miracle of our lord and master, the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and was manifested by the limitless power of God Almighty as a sign of the greatness of a righteous and perfect Prophet. Secondly, intellectual miracles, which are manifested through the extraordinary intelligence of a Prophet and which resemble Divine revelation. For instance, the miracle of Solomonas, which was manifested in the shape of:

‘A palace paved smooth with slabs of glass.’—Al-Naml, 27:45

whereby the Queen of Sheba was blessed with faith.

It appears that this miracle of Jesus was purely intellectual like the miracle of Solomon. History reveals that in those days people were inclined towards the useless pursuit of sleight of hand, which astonished the common people. People like those who, in the time of the Pharaoh, used to manipulate the forms of serpents and other animals and made them move like living animals, had by the time of Jesus spread into the land of the Jews who had learnt magical tricks from them as is also indicated in the Holy Qur’an. It is, therefore, not a matter of surprise that God Almighty may have instructed Jesus in some method whereby a toy fashioned out of clay could be manipulated by pressing a spring or breathing upon it so as to fly like a bird or to move on its feet. Jesus had worked with his father Joseph for twenty-two years as a carpenter, and carpentry stimulates a man’s mind towards inventing different kinds of machines and mechanical instruments.

Miracles are granted to a person in accord with the faculties that he possesses. As the spiritual faculties of our lord and master, the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) were well developed in the appreciation of spiritual verities, he was accordingly bestowed the miracle of the Holy Qur’an, which is comprehensive of all verities and understandings of the Divine. It should, therefore, not be a matter of surprise if Jesus displayed an intellectual miracle to his opponents, like the one displayed by his ancestor, Solomonas. Such a miracle is not beyond the reach of the intellect inasmuch as in our own time many mechanical experts are able to fashion birds that speak and move and wag their tails. I have also heard that some mechanical birds can even fly. Many such toys are manufactured in Bombay, Calcutta, Europe, America and every year new one are introduced into the market.

As the Holy Qur’an often employs metaphors, these verses can be construed to mean that birds signify the illiterate and simple people whom Jesus chose as his companions, who were like birds under his care, and into whom he breathed spiritual guidance whereby they began to fly.

Moreover, it is possible that such wonders might be performed like a pastime through hypnosis. Those who are experts in ‘amal-ut-tirb [psychokinetic exercises] can, by directing the warmth of their spirits towards certain objects, make them appear as if they were alive. The human soul possesses the capacity of directing its warmth upon a lifeless object so as to make it move as if it was alive. I have seen some practitioners of this phenomenon, who so warmed a wooden tripod by the touch of their hands through the exercise of their animal spirit that it began to move, and though several people mounted on it, it could not be stopped….

It should be remembered that such an object which is fashioned out of clay or wood and is
warmed by a spirit through ‘amal-ut-tirb does not become alive. It remains solid and lifeless; it is only made to move by the warmth of the spirit of the mesmerist. It should also be remembered that the Holy Qur’an does not affirm the movement or flight of such birds, nor their coming to life. It should also be kept in mind that curing diseases and influencing objects with the warmth of the spirit are all branches of mesmerism and there have always been people who healed the paralytics, the lepers and those suffering from tuberculosis through spiritual exercises….It has been conclusively established that, under Divine direction, Messiah, son of Mary, was an expert
in mesmerism, like the Prophet Isaiah, though he was not as great an expert as the latter, because even the bones of Isaiah performed the miracle that when they were brought into contact with a corpse, it came back to life; but the corpses of the two thieves who were nailed
to the cross at the same time with Jesus were not revived through contact with his body. In any case, these mesmeric activities of Jesus were in accord with the thinking of his age for a special purpose. It should, however, be kept in mind that mesmerism is not worthy of such appreciation
as the common people imagine. Had I not looked upon it with contempt and disgust, I could, by the grace of God Almighty and with His support, have performed the same wonders as were performed by Jesus. But I prefer the spiritual method that was followed by the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.) Jesus had adopted this method under Divine direction in view of the earthy and low thinking of the Jews, which had become their second nature. In truth he was not fond of this method.

One evil characteristic of this physical practice is that a person who continues to employ his emotional and intellectual faculties to heal physical maladies suffers a serious decline of the spiritual capacities, which heal spiritual ills through their influence, and is not able to achieve any remarkable success in illumining and purifying souls. That is why Jesus, who healed those afflicted with physical ailments with this method, was not able to achieve any noticeable success in impressing hearts with guidance and the Unity of God and steadfastness of faith. But the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), who did not pay any attention to physical matters, and concentrated on stimulating spiritual guidance in the hearts of his people, was most successful in purifying the souls and helped thousands of God’s creatures to achieve it to the highest degree. He achieved matchless success in the spiritual reform of mankind and in bringing about inner change. The dead, whom Jesus revived by the practice ‘amal-ut-tirb, died within a few minutes, as the warmth of the spirit and its life was only temporarily stimulated in them, but those who were spiritually revived by our Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) shall live forever.

My designation of mesmerism as ‘amal-ut-tirb, in which Jesus had acquired some proficiency, is under Divine direction. God Almighty disclosed to me that this art is ‘amal-ut-tirb, and it is concerning this that I received the revelation:

VERSE QUOTED

‘This is the tirb of whose reality people are unaware.’ It must be realized that God Almighty is Unique in respect of every one of His attributes and does not associate anyone in them. The emphasis which the clear and unambiguous verses of the Holy Qur’an give to this subject
is well known. As Allah, hallowed be His name, says:

Al-Furqan, 25:3-4

That is: ‘God is He Who alone owns the kingdom of the heavens and the earth. He has no partner. He has no son nor has he any partner in His kingdom. He has created everything and has placed limits on their bodies, their power, and their life. The pagans have taken gods— beside that True God—who have not created anything and are themselves created. They do not determine any harm or benefit for themselves and do not control life nor death nor resurrection.’

God Almighty has here clearly affirmed that there is no Creator besides Him. In another verse, it is stated that the whole world together cannot create even a fly. Then it is stated that no one beside Him has control over death and life and resurrection. Had it been His way to associate any one of His creatures in these attributes, He would have made an exception of them and would not have taught His absolute Unity.

It may be asked why then has Allah the Glorious, employed the expression, ‘You will create’ with reference to Jesus. The answer would be that this is a metaphoric use of the expression as in the verse:

‘So blessed be Allah, the Best of creators.’—Al-Mu’minun, 23:15

Without a doubt God Almighty is the true Creator and those who fashion toys of clay or wood are also creators but only metaphorically so, because their works are mere show and have no reality.

If it is asked why it is not permissible for Jesusas to have fashioned birds under Divine direction which could fly by his breathing into them, by way of a miracle, the an-swer is that God does not make anyone the master of death and life or harm and benefit. Prophets seek miracles through prayer and supplication and do not possess the power to work miracles like a man has the power to use his hands and feet. Thus the power of creation is one of those Divine attributes that are never bestowed upon man and is distinct from a miracle. The essence of a miracle is that God Almighty, in order to demonstrate the truth and honour of a Prophet and the powerlessness and
helplessness of his opponents, manifests something that is extraordinary or beyond imagination by His special design or in response to the prayer or supplication of the Prophet. But it is done in a manner which is not inconsistent with His attributes of Unity, Holiness and Perfection and which does not permit of anyone else’s power or design.

It is not a miracle that God Almighty should invest a human being with the power of fashioning birds of clay, which would become real birds with flesh and bones and blood and all the limbs of animals when he breathes into them. If God Almighty can make someone the agent of His attribute of creation in the case of birds, He can also bestow the full agency of His attribute of creation. In this event, partnership in Divine attributes would become permissible, though only
under His direction and permission, and the comprehension of the true Creator would become doubtful in the presence of such creators whose creations would become indistinguishable
from God’s. This would not be a form of miracle; it would be partnership in Godhead.

Some wise people try to solve the dilemma of polytheism by asserting that the birds which Jesus created did not live for any length of time but fell down and died after a short flight. But this explanation would help only if it is held that those birds were not invested with true life but only appeared to be alive for a short time as a result of mesmeric influence….

The Holy Qur’an affirms that Jesus had been given the power to do these things as an exercise of his natural capacity, which is inherent in every human being. Jesus was not unique in this respect. Such capacity is being demonstrated in our own age. The miracles of Jesus were
rendered bizarre and doubtful by the pool which had existed even before the birth of Jesus, and which also displayed wonders and a single dip into which bestowed healing upon all those afflicted with diseases such as paralysis, leukoderma, leprosy etc. And there were others who
manifested similar extraordinary signs later on, and there was no such pool to cast doubt on their manifestations.

The belief that Jesus fashioned birds of clay and made them come alive as real birds by breathing into them, is entirely false and polytheistic. It was only an exercise of mesmeric capacity that had been developed to some degree by his spiritual propensity. It is also possible that he made use of clay from the pool that had been activated by the Holy Spirit. His miracle was only a kind of sleight of hand and the clay remained only clay like the Samaritan’s calf. Ponder over it, because this is a magnificent point; no one comprehends it except those who have been granted great wisdom.””””””

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What is Izharul Haq No. 1 and Izharul Haq No. 2

Intro
These are some interesting documents in the history of the split in Ahmadiyya. These two articles were published in the “Pagham-e-Sulah”, “Message of Peace” in english, magazine (which was owned by Lahori-Ahmadi’s). Both of these tracts were published about the
middle of November 1913. They followed one another with an interval of one or two days. The first tract had four pages and the second eight pages. Both of them instead of bearing the name of the writer were anonymously subscribed to “one who invited Ahmadis to the last Will of the Promised Messiah”. These 2 essay’s (Izharul Haq No. 1 and Izharul Haq No. 2) reached most places packed in printed covers belonging to the office of the Paigham-e-Sulh. Following this, Babu Manzur Elahi, and Syed Inamullah Shah, manager of the Paigham-i-Sulha, expressed agreement with the views embodied in this tract; and in an open letter addressed to “Ansarullah”, held this organisation to blame. Naturally, then, the Ansarullah replied by bringing out a similar tract entitled Khilafat-i-Ahmadiyya. This tract was published on November 23, 1913. In the appendix of this tract we read:

“If we fail to express our thanks to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I, it would be the height of ingratitude on our part. In spite of his old age, and great pressure of his duties as head of the Movement, he read the MS of this tract then gave permission for it to be published with a kind promise of prayer in furtherance of the aim and purpose of the tract.” (See “Truth Prevails” by Qazi Muhammad Nazeer).

In “Izharul Haq” the point was argued that Qudrat-i-Thania in Al- Wasiyyat could not mean the Institution of Khilafat, since the Khalifa, in any case, would be a human being, with a limited span of life, while the Promised Messiah had stated that the Qudrat-i-Thania would stay with the Jama’at forever. One answer given in Khilafat-i-Ahmadiyya was that this expression stood
for a chain of successive Khalifas, which was the interpretation given by the Promised Messiah himself. To support this view a quotation was given from Al-Wasiyyat, where the manifestation of two powers is mentioned, with a specific reference to Hazrat Abu Bakr, as an instance of how Qudrat-i-Thania worked after the death of the Holy Prophet, to promote the emergence of Hazrat Abu Bakr as the first Khalifa.

The Khalifa, covered these article/tracts in 1922 in some detail, however, he refused to publish copies (see “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, online english edition of 2007). Muhammad Ali also covered them and also refused to publish copies. A reply was published under the direction of Noorudin (per Qadiani sources) in the form of two tracts. The first was named Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya (published by the Anjuman Ansarullah, Qadian), and was a reply to the tract Izharul Haq No, 1. The second was named Izhar-e-Haqiqat (published by the Anjuman Ansarullah, Qadian), and furnished a reply to Izharul Haq No. 2. Both these tracts were shown to and were corrected by Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra. At one place, Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra added these words: “A thousand shames upon the Paigham-e- Sulh, which in publishing its letter delivered to us a declaration of war and cast the apple of discord.” After the publication of these tracts everything was quiet for some time. The manager of the Paigham-e-Sulh and Babu Manzur Ilahi had to sue for Hadrat Khalifatul Masih’s pardon and the whole affair seemed to have closed. The basis of the objection in “Izharul Haq” was that Qudrat-i-Thania had been visualised in Al-Wasiyyat as everlasting, while a Khalifa, being a human being had only a limited span of life. The answer given in Khilafat-i-Ahmadiyya, page 17. was that the Promised Messiah had himself written “And after me, there would be other personalities who would be manifesters of the Qudrat-i-Thania.” In “Izharul Haq II”, thirty holes where picked in the Khilafat of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I. The reply to this was “lzhar-i-Haqiqat”, which said, among other things, that these were the plots and conspiracies beginning to be hatched against the Institution of Khilafat, in the days of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I himself.(See “Truth Prevails” by Qazi Muhammad Nazeer).

In Izharal Haq they wrote: “For Maulvi Nuruddin I have respect in my heart. But it is regrettable that a moahadd (one who does not tolerate infringement of the Unity of God) of his stature, full in the teeth of the teachings of his Imam, in a capable Community, he is sowing the seed of the
worship of Pirs.” (Tract entitled ‘Ba’z Khas Karname’, by Hazrat Maulvi Mohammad Ismail) (See “Truth Prevails” by Qazi Muhammad Nazeer).

Note: The tract entitled ‘Ba’z Khas Karname’ bears the entire text of ‘Izharul Haq’. (The above passage we have taken for reproduction).(See “Truth Prevails” by Qazi Muhammad Nazeer).

In ‘Izharul Haq’ No. 2, we read:
“Due to the negligence of venerable members of the Sadr Anjuman, the entire membership of the Movement found itself constrained to tender a pledge of bai’at to Maulvi Nurruddin; and in the grief and confusion over the death of the Founder, the guidance he had embodied in his last will and testament (Al-Wasiyyat) has been thrown behind the back.”

And

“A man who is a great scholar of the Holy Quran, and the Hadith, with a rich experience, on which Shar’ie basis did he fly into a rage? The accused is not told what crime he has committed. He has not been charge-sheeted in an arbitrary and biggoted judgement, characteristic of the Sikh rule, the Editor of the Paigham-i-Sulha, and other people connected with the journal, are being brought into disgrace by means of verbal pronouncements, and stuff sent into print in the Al-Fazl. Is this the sense of fairness and justice being engendered in the heart of the Ahmadiyya Community?”
In another place the worthy gentleman says: “Worship of the Pir, in a period of bare five years, has deprived the Community of moral courage.”

Izharul Haq No. 1
From “Truth About the Split” by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, online english edition of 2007. This book was initially published in Urdu in 1922 as “Aenas Sadaqat”.

“””The purport of Izharul Haq No. 1 was to the effect that the modern age was one of democracy and that this universal fact afforded an indication that the Divine teacher of the age was also to be an exponent of democracy. According to the anonymous author of this tract, this was what had happened. The Promised Messiahas used to consult his friends in all matters except those in which he acted under the special direction of Divine revelation. He also declared that one of the purposes for which he had been sent by God was to reduce to due proportion the excessive dignity which had been attributed to mere men. And when he was informed by God of his approaching death he wrote out a will, and therein solved the question of his succession by laying down that after him there would be democracy, and the management of affairs of the Community would be vested in an Anjuman. It was a pity, however, that the Community turned a deaf ear to his words and fell into saintworship, and forgot altogether his injunctions about democratising the management of the Community. There were in the Community many who had entered into the Bai‘at under constraint; and as a matter of fact the person to whom Bai‘at had been sworn (viz. Hadrat Maulana Nuruddin Khalifatul Masih Ira) was not the person most fitted in the Community to receive such Bai‘at. The people who were ultimately responsible for this state of affairs were the officers of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya, who had after the death of the Promised Messiahas thrown the Community into the mire of saint-worship. The result had been that various means were being devised to secure possession of the Khilafat, and a special society of Ansarullah had been formed with the object of frustrating the efforts of all the leading members of the Community. The ostensible duty of the Ansarullah was to propagate the faith, but their real purpose was to advertise the leading members of the Community as a set of hypocrites. Men like Maulawi Ghulam Husain Sahib of Peshawar, Mir Hamid Shah Sahib of Sialkot, Maulawi Muhammad Ali Sahib, Khwaja Kamaluddin Sahib, Shaikh Rahmatullah Sahib, Doctor Sayyid Muhammad Husain Shah Sahib and Doctor Mirza Ya‘qub Baig Sahib were being held up to opprobrium. The Promised Messiahas had declared in clear words that after him the Anjuman would be his successor not an individual person. He had written distinctly that after him the Sadr Anjuman would have the last word in all matters. But now every one could see the present attitude of the Community—how they received with implicit obedience every word of a Ghair Ma’mur (one not Divinely commissioned—a term which this anonymous writer applied to Hadrat
Khalifatul Masih Ira). The Khalifa had refused to receive the Paigham-e-Sulh, and had thus alienated from it the sympathy of the Community. (Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra tired of the continued duplicity of the Paigham-e-Sulh. had directed that it should no longer be sent to him, and when the managers of the paper persisted in sending the paper to his address, Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra declined to receive it from the Post Office.) When, therefore, this man regarded by the Community as the most learned in the knowledge of the Quran, (i.e. Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra) treats leading members of the Community with such indignity, and only in order to display his pontifical authority, what can the leading members expect from young men lacking in experience and immature of understanding? How long will the leading members of the Community see these things and hold their peace? Ahmadis! turn away your eyes
from the other Pirzadas and attend instead to Pirzadas in your own home.

Izharul Haq No. 2
“”The substance of the tract Izharul Haq No. 2 was as follows: There were no intrigues in the Ahmadiyya Community. Servility to a Ghair Ma’mur (i.e. oath of Bai‘at at the hand of Hadrat Khalifatul Masihra) has reduced us to this condition. In the time of the Holy Prophetsa and in that of the Promised Messiahas, the Muslim Community were free to express their opinion. Now there was much repression. False reports carried to the Khalifa were causing no end of trouble to our brethren. If this state of things continued for some time there would soon be nothing to distinguish between an Ahmadi saint-worshipper and a non-Ahmadi saint-worshipper. A new reformer was not likely to appear until at last one hundred years after the time of the Promised Messiahas. Those who held and spread a contrary opinion did so out of personal interests. The welfare of the Community lay in having all its affairs managed on democratic principles.

The tract then went on to trace thus the history of dissensions in the Community. On the death of the Promised Messiahas and in the excitement which naturally followed, the Community turned their backs on the instructions of the Promised Messiahas and elected Maulawi Nuruddin as their Khalifa. But it was on every body’s lips at the time, that after Maulawi Nuruddin, only Maulawi Muhammad Ali could be Khalifa. There were, however, envious people who, when they saw this, at once began their intrigues through the help of Hadrat Ummul Mu’minin. They got her to write to the Khalifa that she had sworn Bai‘at at his hands, but would not swear it at the
hands of any person of mean descent. The Khalifa replied to her in soothing words and satisfied her for the moment. After this, efforts both fair and foul began to be made to interfere in the work of the Anjuman and to make the situation uncomfortable for Maulawi Muhammad Ali. Then trouble was created through Mir Muhammad Ishaq. (This refers to the questions submitted by him to Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira of which an account has been given above.) An agitation was started against members of the Anjuman. Mirza Mahmud Ahmad was put up as a candidate for the Khilafat, and it was declared publicly that members of the Anjuman were hostile to the family of the Promised Messiahas—a statement which had not the least basis in fact. Members of the
family of the Promised Messiahas were a burden upon the finances of the Community and were busy making attacks upon the Anjuman and upon its members. Charge after charge had been brought against Maulawi Muhammad Ali. When a proposal was submitted to the Khalifa for the publication of the Paigham-e-Sulh, immediately a request was made for permission to publish the Al-Fadl, a request which the Khalifa was obliged to grant for fear of trouble.

The tract continues: The authorities of the Paigham-e-Sulh have nothing to do with the contents
of the present tracts nor are they aware of their existence. When the Cawnpore mosque controversy began the authorities of the Paigham-e-Sulh sent Khalifa Rajabuddin to Qadian with a copy of the Tribune, and obtained instructions from the Khalifatul Masihra. If, however, at the time of their publication any departure had been made from those instructions, the right course for the Khalifa was to publish a contradiction in the columns of the Paigham-e-Sulh, and not to become offended with the authorities of the paper. The Khalifa in fact discontinued receiving the paper not because of any difference of opinion as to the mosque controversy but because of some minor matters which gave him offence. Ye Brethren! Is it not a matter of surprise that a person learned in the Holy Quran (meaning Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira) should thus seek to humiliate the editor of the Paigham-e-Sulh and other people connected with the paper—both by oral propaganda and through articles in the Al-Fadl? Is this the justice inculcated by Islam? The abuse that has been heaped upon the Paigham-e- Sulh by the Al-Haq of Delhi has not been replied to by
the Qadian party. The latter therefore stands charged with being a party to the same.

The tract then proceeds to indulge in a series of personal attacks which it would be difficult for
readers living far away from Qadian to follow without laborious explanations. The substance of these charges is that members of the Promised Messiah’sas family have been fomenting discord in the Community and bringing into disgrace its leading members. The tract invites the Community to strive and save the Movement from the impending disaster and to put themselves into communication with the writer.

Who Wrote the Tracts?
This tract, like the first, was published anonymously, but there were certain points about
them both which clearly indicated their source:

Firstly, these tracts had been published from Lahore, which was at that time the headquarters of the party of Maulawi Muhammad Ali. By calling it their headquarters I do not mean that at that time Lahore was openly set up as a rival to Qadian. What I mean is that the majority of the members, who shared the views of Maulawi Muhammad Ali lived in that city, and their organ, the Paigham-e-Sulh, was published from that place. Practically, therefore, if not openly, Lahore was already the headquarters of the party. Of course, after the death of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira,
Lahore began openly to be mentioned as such.

Secondly, the tracts reached most places packed in printed covers belonging to the office of the Paighame-Sulh. The fact was sufficient to prove that they had been dispatched from the office of that paper, or at least that the people connected with that paper had a hand in the distribution of the tracts.

Thirdly, the writer of the tracts asked his readers to communicate with him on the subject-matter of the tracts, but at the same time failed to furnish any address. The question naturally arises as to how, in the absence of an address, were the people to communicate with the author?

Quote from the Pagham e Sulh, as quote by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad in “Truth About the Split” 
“The people who wrote the Izharul Haq and those who published the open letter as well as those who discussed the question of Khilafat and those who published the booklets what right had they to do so?” The Paigham-e- Sulh dated 14th January 1914, page 13.

Dost Muhammad Shahid in Tareekh Ahmadiat Vol-4 pages 467

CONSPIRACIES DURING LAST DAYS OF NURUDDIN REIGN.
MUHAMMAD ALI LAHORI VERSUS MIRZA BASHIRUDDIN MAHMOUD AHMAD.
On 26 May 1908, when Mirza Ghulam Qadiani died,his eldest son Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud Ahmad was a young man of 17 and there was a man of calibre of Nuruddin, so he was selected as the khalifa 1 without any hindrance.

However, the situation was entirely different when Nuruddin was at his death bed. Qadiani Jamaat elders were divided into two factions one was Led by Molana Muhammad Ali Lahori and on the other side were Mirza Family including Mir Nasir Nawab, Nusrat Jehan with some old Mullahs of MGA team at their back.

Dost Muhammad Shahid in Tareekh Ahmadiat Vol-4 pages 467 onwards, writes the events that clearly depicts a big rift in the party. He writes :- in mid November, 1913 two tracts of 4 pages and 8 pages each were published under the title of. Izharul Haq, 1 and Izharul Haq 2. The authors of these tracts were anonymous and had fictitious names as DAEE ILAL WASIYYAT. (Preacher of the Will) at the end. Tract 1 says when hazrat Masih Moud (MGAQ) died he wrote his will which resolve the issue of his predecessor in the manner that Anjuman would precede him not a single person and only his decision would be binding on all. But contrary to this will, not only khalifa was appointed but a group namely Ansarullah was created to defame the elders of Jamaat. They are targeting Molana Muhammad Ali Lahori , Dr. Mirza Yaqub Baig,Shaikh Taimur , khwaja Kamaluddin, Shaikh Rehmatullah, Dr. Syed Muhammad Hussain and calling them Munafiq. Similarly, an un appointed khalifa who is a scholar of Quraan insults any one he likes using the powers of his Khilafat .

Second tract says an un appointed person has destroyed the jamaat. No one in jamaat can express his views for the fear of displeasure of khalifa. They are observing taqayya.(hypocrisy). There is no difference between ahmadi peer worshipping and those of non ahmadis peer worshippers.

When Molvi Nuruddin was accepted as Khalifa every body was saying that Molvi Muhammad Ali would be the next Khalifa. Then Bivi Sahiba (Nusrat Jehan) got activated and she conveyed message to the Molvi Nuruddin that they have accepted him but are not going to accept an arain (a prime cast of Punjab) after you. Every effort was made to interfare into the affairs of anjuman and to tease Molna Muhammad Ali. A fuss was also created through Mir Muhammad Ishaq. Propaganda was created about Paigham e Suleh magazine which was boycotted by Molvi Nuruddin and Al Fazl was issued in its place. Khalifa who is a scholar of Quraan, start insulting the editor and staff of Paigham e Suleh through Al-Fazl.

The publication of these tracts sent a wave of shock among the rank and file of the Jamaat. Khalifa Nuruddin expressed his severe displeasure on it.

On 18 February, Nusrat Jehan along with hazrat Amman Jan came to see Molvi Nuruddin, She said salam to him and tears started flowing from the eyes Molvi Nuruddin. Molvi Nuruddin decided to move to the House of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan for change of atmosphere. On 27th February after Juma prayer, he proceeded to the house of Nawab riding in a palanquin. Molvi Sadruddin and Molvi Muhammad Ali wanted to shift him to the upper story of Boarding House. However Molvi sb was not able to go upstair so they arranged few dining tables in a way that four person carry him upstair through these dining tables. Their aim was to keep khalifa in isolation so that no one could come to see him without their permission. But there was a risk that he might fall down from these table and get injured seriously in shifting upstair. Secondly there was not any kitchen for food arrangement there.

The news of this dangerous plan came to the knowledge of Mirza Sharif Ahmad. So by the time the palanquin reached there Molvi sb asked the carrier with a sad voice so you want to keep me here. Mirza Sharif somehow managed to reach there in time and he said in a loud voice, huzur we are going to the house of Nawab sb and they have stopped here to take a little rest only. In this way he foiled this evil attempt. To cover up this Paigham e Suleh brought out the story that huzur wanted to rest at the upper story of boarding house but due to sickness could not reach there and decided to stay at the house of Nawab sb for few days.

Dost Muhammad Shahid says Hazrat Mirza Mahmoud sb also moved there and would always keep himself present at the service of Khalifa-1. Then khalifa sb asked Molvi Sarwar to bring paper and pen and wrote his will in a state of lying on bed. Molvi Nuruddin wrote on the will that my children are small and I am leaving no riches. They may not be fed from the funds of orphans ( Yatama Masakin) rather a convenient loan be arranged which is to be paid by them after getting resources. As per order of Khalifa sb this will was read over thrice to all present.

The will was signed by Huzur and Molana Muhammad Ali, Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, Dr. Mirza Yaqub Baig, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud signed it as witness. Huzur Molvi sb handed over the will to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan sb for safe custody.

After signing of will the opponents started fanning the disputes and made personal attacks on Mirza Mahmoud who published an Ishtihar requesting his opponents to make peace at this critical juncture. Nuruddin died at about 2.PM on 13 March 1914. Next day after Asr prayer Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud was appointed his predecessor. At one side was the dead body of Molvi Nuruddin on the other side were the opponents of Khilafat, conspiracies were being cooked every where.

Molvi Muhammad Ali has made an Ishtihar ready before the death of Nuruddin. It was distributed already and packets were ready for sending to distant places. This Ishtihar says that Jamaat does not need khilafat but it needs Anjuman . To honour the will of Nuruddin some one can be made Khalifa but Anjuman would not be under his administrative control. This Ishtihar was on 21 pages contained detailed explanation regarding the importance of Anjuman and requested the ahmadis not to accept khilafat after the death of Molvi Nuruddin.

To counter this a brief note was made by Mirza Bashiruddin telling people to go with the khalifa which is necessary for Jamaat,s well being. Next day a meeting was held at Nawab sb,s house. But no agreement could be reached. Another meeting was held at Masjid Noor next day after Asr prayer where Molvi Ahsan Amrohi announced that Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmoud would be the next Khalifa. Muhmaad Ali Lahori tried to oppose this but no body paid a heed to him. Here a heated debate was ensued between Muhammad Ali Lahori and Syed Hamid Ali Shah.

Now the people start asking for bayat, Mirza Bashir said give me time I have to recall the baiyat words as these are not coming to my mind. Again Molvi Ahsan Amrohi came to his rescue and said I will speak out the words of Baiyat and Mahmoud would repeat them for baiyat seekers. In this way Mahhoud ascended the throne of Qadiani Family and company.

The scans from Dost Muhammad Shahid in Tareekh Ahmadiat Vol-4 pages 467

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that Jesus’ example of morals was quite worthless and misleading

Intro
As we all know, MGA insulted Jesus Christ of the bible and Esa (as) of the Quran.  He insulted Esa (as) in many other books also. We have also posted lots of quotes which cover 1884 to 1902 and MGA’s insults of Esa (as). We have specifically quoted the ROR of 1902 in the below, the February edition, in the March 1902 edition, on page 114, the drunkenness is discussed in a disrespectful way. In April of 1902, the birth of Esa (as) is discussed, Muhammad Ali seems to argue that Esa (as) might have had a biological father. MGA went over board and straight up accused Jesus of even being the reason for widespread alcoholism in the European world in 1902, in his book, “Kishti-e-Nuh”, portions of this book were published in the ROR of November 1902.

The reference and the quote
“Jesus..example..was quite worthless and misleading. He taught one thing..and did another”ROR February-1902, page-43

The full timeline and list of references of how MGA insulted Esa (as)

1884
MGA denied all the miracles of Esa (as) as explained in the Quran.

Firstly, in 1892, in Nishan Asmani, MGA insulted the name Esa:
“””I am extremely perplexed as to why these Ulema are vexed by the word ‘Isa. In Islamic literature, even detestable things are named ‘Isa. For instance, in the book Burhan-e-Qati‘a, under the letter ‘‘Ain’, we read, that ‘Isa Dihqani is a metaphor for wine made from the grapes and ‘Isa Nau Maha is the bunch of grapes from which wine is made. Wine made from grapes is also called ‘Isa Nau Maha. Now, it is outrageous that these Ulema should name a wine ‘Isa and not hesitate to mention this in their books and consider it permissible that an abominable thing and a holy man should have the same appellation, while the person whom God Almighty, by His grace and power, names ‘Isaas, as opposed to the prevalent Dajjaliyyat, should be considered by them to be an infidel.””””(Nishan Asmani, online english edition, page 37).  

In 1895, MGA and his team finally called Esa (as) a drunkard, and its obvious that they copied Lekh Ram.  Here is the quote:

“Jesus was an Alcoholic and Gluttonous person, neither Abstinent nor a Pious Worshipper, nor a Truth seeker. He was a Proud and a Self- conceited Claimant of Divinity.” (Nur-ul-Quran, Roohani Khazain Vol 9 p.387).  

“A beautiful prostitute is sitting so close to him as though she is embracing him. Sometimes she massages his head with perfume or holds his feet, and sometimes she lays her beautiful black hair on his feet and plays in his lap. In this situation Mr. Messiah is sitting in ecstasy. If someone rises to object he is scolded. Besides his young age, the habit of alcoholism and being a bachelor, a beautiful prostitute is lying in front of him touching her body with his. Is this the behavior of a virtuous person? And what evidence or proof is there that Jesus did not get sexually aroused by the touch of the prostitute? Alas! Jesus could not even have the facility of sexual intercourse with a wife of his own after passing his glance upon that adulteress. What sexual excitement would have been provoked by the touching of that wretched adulteress and her playfulness! The sexual excitement and arousal would have done its work to the extreme. This is the reason why Jesus could not even open his mouth to say, ‘Oh adulteress! Keep away from me’. It is well established in the Bible that that woman was one of the prostitutes, notorious for adultery in the entire city”. (Nur-ul-Quran, Roohani Khazain vol 9 p.449).  

“You may have tried to find a solution to the objection (raised) about the Messiah’s paternal and maternal grandmothers. I am tired of thinking (of a justification of this). Up to now no nice solution has occurred to do me. What a glorious god he is whose paternal and maternal grandmothers are of such repute!” (Nur-al-Quran, Roohani Khazain, vol 9 p.394).  

“(while on the cross) Jesus could not portray himself as pious man because people knew he was gluttonous alcoholic and these bad habits were not ever since claiming divinity but it seems from early age he had (these habits). Therefore to claim divinity is one of the bad after effects of alcoholism.” (Satt bachan, Roohani Khazain vol 10 p 296).  

Later in 1897, MGA continued to insult Esa (As)
“(Jesus) had the habit of uttering obscenities and frequently using foul language. He used to get angry over petty things. He had no control over his emotions.” (Zamima Anjam-e-Atham, Roohani Khazain , Vol 11 p.289 ).  

“Jesus had an inclination for prostitutes, perhaps due to his ancestral relationship with them, otherwise no pious man could allow a young prostitute to touch his head with her filthy hands, and massage his head with the unclean perfume purchased with the earnings of adultery and rub his feet with her hair. Let the intelligent judge what sort of character such a person must possess.” (Zamimah Anjam Atham, Roohani Khazain Vol 11 p.291).  

“The family of Jesus was perfectly holy and immaculate. Jesus’ three paternal and maternal grandmothers were fornicators and prostitutes, from whose blood the body of Jesus came into existence.” (Zamima Anjam-e-Atham, Roohani Khazain vol 11 p.291).  

MGA kept going…he never stopped insulting Esa (As)
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/13/mgas-tirade-against-esa-as-was-too-much/

1902
“The root cause of all the damage that alcohol consumption has had on the Europeans was that Jesus used to drink alcohol, perhaps because of some disease or an old habit.”
(Kashti-e-Nooh, Roohani Khazain vol 19 p.71).  

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Links and Related Essay’s
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/13/mga-used-lekh-rams-arguments-vs-esa-as/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/13/mgas-tirade-against-esa-as-was-too-much/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/11/28/in-1884-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-indirectly-denying-quran-349-as-he-denied-the-miracles-of-esa-as/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/17/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-quoted-and-commented-on-178-in-1884-in-the-braheen-e-ahmadiyya-vol-4-he-then-connected-178-with-the-return-of-the-messiah/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/02/09/during-the-writing-of-braheen-e-ahmadiyya-mga-masked-his-beliefs-he-was-already-asserting-that-esa-as-died/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/14/what-is-maseel-e-maseeh-the-like-of-the-messiah/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/27/sir-syeds-view-on-esa-as/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-queen-of-the-princely-state-of-bhopal-invested-heavily-1878-into-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-and-his-braheen-they-were-disappointed-by-the-product/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/26/did-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-claim-to-be-the-messiah-in-1889/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/14/mga-confuses-all-of-his-readers-in-1891-as-he-claimed-to-be-the-promised-messiah/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/06/nusrat-jehan-begum-and-other-women-didnt-get-into-to-mgas-bait-in-1889-and-after-were-they-illiterate/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/17/ahmadiyya-leadership-lied-about-the-first-bait-ceremony-in-1889/

http://www.aaiil.org/text/articles/reviewofreligions/raw/reviewreligionsenglish1908.pdf

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/09/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-accused-of-claiming-prophethood-in-the-1879-1884-era/

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The Shahnawaz group, Shezan and other Ahmadi companies in Pakistan

Intro
Some of the biggest Ahmadi owned companies in Pakistan pay the most chanda to the Mirza family and employ lots of Ahmadi’s in a discriminatory way. The richest company seems to be the Shahnawaz group, which is a parent company that owns the famous Shezan and many other products. Shezan International was incorporated on May 13, 1964; conceived as a joint venture by the Shahnawaz Group, Pakistan and Alliance Industrial Development Corporation, United States in 1964.

Who is Mr. Shah Nawaz?
In 1943, the late Mr. Shah Nawaz founded his business in Agra and Delhi. He is also called Chaudhry Shahnawaz. Mr. Shah Nawaz died on March 23rd, 1990 and his life was covered in the Al-Fazl. The Al-Fazl tells us that in 1984, he donated heavily to the russian translation of the Quran that the Ahmadiyya group published. The Company is a Public Limited Company incorporated in Pakistan and is listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange. The registered office of the Company is situated at 56 – Bund Road, Lahore, Pakistan. It is engaged in the manufacturing, trading and sale of juices, pickles, jams, ketchups etc., based upon or derived from fruits and vegetables.

2012 controversy
In 2012, campaigns by traditionally conservative Islamic groups found a more liberal voice, amongst these were lawyers from Lahore Bar Association.[5] Soon thereafter, The Lahore Bar Association also banned Shezan products from its premises and subordinate court complexes, threatening tough actions against anyone found buying the drink. The move came as 100 lawyers unanimously voted for the ban on Shezan drinks and products.[6]

Other Qadiani companies

Shahtaj Sugar Mills
Shahtaj Textiles
Shahtaj Ghee Mills
Shezan Beverages
Idris Pharmaceuticals
Shahnawaz Ltd
OCS Courier
Punjab Oil Mills
Comstar (TM)
MTA TV Group
Jadoo TV Group
Sony Cycle Industries
Masters Textile Mills
Universal Stabilizers
Roomi travellers
Silver Spoon Restaurant, Sialkot
Combined Textiles
Clifton ShoesQadiani Products
Zaiqa Ghee and Oil
Mooli Soap
Gajar Soap
Speed Juices and Drinks
Shezan Mango Juice
Can-Olive oil
King Banaspati
Shan Aata
Raja Soup
Pearl Banaspati,
Speed Energy Drink
Zaiqa Ghee and Cooking Oil
Shezan Juice
Shezan Ketchup
Shezan Pickle
Shezan Samarqand
Sangam Doodh
Thermoplastic
Rehman Cone MehndiQadiani Medicine companies 
Idris Pharmaceuticals
F.B Homeo Company
Lexo Homeo Company
Curative Homeo Company
Warson Homeo Company
Khursheed Unani Dawakhana
Matab-e-HameedHospitals
Rasheed Hospital, Lahore
Adil Hospital, Lahore
Avicenna Medical College & Hospital, Lahore
Tahir Heart Institute, Chenab Nagar
Fazle Omar Hospital, Chenab NagarSchools and Colleges
Nusrat Jehan Girls College
Abdusalam School of Sciences
Mirza Muzaffar Ahmad School of Management & Commerce
Zafarullah Khan Social Sciences & Languages School
Nusrat Jehan Boys College
Tahir Primary School
Nasir Higher Secondary School
Nusrat Jehan Girls Academy School
Nusrat Jehan Boys Academy School
Bait ul Hamd High School
Mariam Girls High SchoolMariam Siddiqa Higher Secondary School

Links and Related Essay’s
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/28/ahmadiyya-and-the-panama-papers/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shezan_International

http://www.khatm-e-nubuwwat.org/english/pamphlets/12.htm

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/15/who-is-major-dr-m-shah-nawaz-khan-1899-1977/

https://www.completecontroller.com/how-to-spot-financial-fraud-in-a-non-profit-the-warning-signs/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/07/02/is-the-ahmadiyya-khilafat-a-proven-model-of-leadership/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/15/mirza-masroor-ahmad-owned-qadir-entreprises/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/28/ahmadiyya-and-the-panama-papers-2017-update/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/28/ahmadiyya-and-the-panama-papers/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/10/25/ahmadiyya-colluded-with-the-world-bank-1980/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/05/who-is-kareem-ahmad-the-ahmadi-mega-donor-indicted-in-federal-court-involuntary-manslaughter/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/21/who-is-mirza-muzzafar-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/20/professor-humphrey-j-fisher-and-j-spencer-trimingham-called-ahmadiyya-a-maritime-implantation-in-west-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/04/08/republican-congressman-peter-king-hates-muslims-but-likes-ahmadis/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/01/05/the-ahmadi-finances-all-the-sources/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/11/the-ahmadiyya-strategy-in-america-canada-germany-and-the-uk/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/07/the-goal-of-ahmadiyya-is-to-acquire-their-own-country/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/12/10/ahmadiyya-politicians-are-not-loyal-to-any-country-instead-they-are-loyal-to-the-mirza-family/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/the-ahmadiyya-playbook-in-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/12/ahmadis-continue-to-provoke-people-of-all-religions-then-cry-persecution/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/15/sind-holdings-was-owned-by-mirza-muzzafar-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/15/abdul-baqi-arshad-is-the-real-khalifa-of-ahmadiyya-not-mirza-masroor-ahmad/

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Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad’s 3rd wife was only 14–17 when he married her

Intro
We have covered the life and times of the playboy of the Mirza family herein, he had 7 wives in total and 23+ children. He had a few wives who died mysteriously and in the prime of their youth. The mother of Mirza Tahir Ahmad is another. She was also the grand-aunty of Fauzia Faizi, who revealed many internal facts about the sexually abusive lifestyle of the Mirza family. In this story, notice how the Khalifa saw the shape of her body and became infatuated, he also remembered her as an infant. In this same way, MGA was infatuated with Muhammadi Begum and tried his best to marry her.

The story from “Meri Maryam”, Anwar-ul-Ulum, Vol. 17, pp. 347-372; Al Fazl, 12 July 1944, pp. 1-8; Translated to English by Al Hakam

Syeda Umm-e-Tahir’s youth

Approximately 36 years ago, the Promised Messiah, peace be upon him, settled the nikah of our younger brother, the late Mubarak Ahmad, with Maryam Begum, daughter of Dr Syed Abdus Sattar Shah Sahibra. The purpose behind the nikah was probably to see the practical fulfilment of some dreams and eliminate any subsequent cautionary aspects. However, Allah’s decree came to pass and Mubarak Ahmad returned to his Lord.

The young girl, who was completely oblivious to the concept of marriage owing to her age, began to be referred to as a widow. At the time, Maryam was two and a half years old. She would often leave the Gol Kamra [the round room – best known for being a guest room in the life of the Promised Messiahas] where the late Dr Syed Abdus Sattar Shah Sahibra would reside, and along with her niece, Naseera, she would come upstairs [to the main part of the house] and play. At times, they would become somewhat perturbed and start crying and thus, I would sometimes pick up Maryam or Naseera and take them back to the Gol Kamra.

On such occasions, it was unimaginable that the girl I had picked up to take back downstairs would one day become my wife. What was even more unimaginable was that I would one day have to pick her up and lower her, not towards the Gol Kamra, but towards her final resting place; not with the thought that I would see her face again, but with the certainty that the face I saw before me in the coffin would be the last time I would see it with my physical eyes and that I would never be able to speak to her again.

1907 to 1917

The young Mubarak Ahmad passed away and Dr [Syed Abdus Sattar Shah] Sahib’s leave had come to an end. He returned to his work in Raya, District Sialkot. Syed Waliullah Shah Sahib and Dr Syed Habibullah Shah Sahib were studying at school at the time. Both were my friends, but Dr Habib was closer than most friends. We were both very similar and inseparable as peers, but I had never imagined that their sister would again be a part of our family.

My friendship with him was only because of him and not because their sister and our brother were, for a short period, married. Many days and many years had passed and Maryam’s name was erased from our memories.

One day – either in 1917 or 1918, after the demise of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Ira – I was in the house of my late wife Amatul Hayy. As I left the washroom and approached our room, at the edge of the courtyard that was in between both rooms I noticed a very thin girl dressed in white and, after seeing me, move back against a wooden wall and wrapping herself [as if to hide]. As I entered our room, I asked my late wife, “Amatul Hayy, who is that girl standing outside?” to which she replied, “Did you not recognise her? She is Maryam, daughter of Dr Syed Abdus Sattar Shah Sahib.”

I was surprised and said that she had covered herself and that even if she had been in front of me, I would not have been able to recognise her. After 1907, that was the first time when Maryam came into my thoughts.

Nikah with Maryam

Now, I began enquiring whether her marriage had been settled anywhere, but I received the response, “We are Sadat [belonging to the Syed family – the lineage of Hazrat Fatima and Hazrat Ali, Allah be pleased with them]; our widows do not remarry. If she is to marry in the
household of the Promised Messiahas then we will allow it, otherwise she will spend her entire life as a widow.”

This came as a shock to me. Therefore, I tried my utmost to arrange Maryam’s Nikah elsewhere, but it came to no avail. Eventually, I attempted to convince my brothers through various means. I would tell them, “Her life should not go to waste in this manner,” and would urge them to consider marrying her, but I always received a negative response.

It was at that point that the thought occurred to me: No action of the Promised Messiahas should prove damaging to a person. Thus, it was for this reason (and because I had a cordial friendship with Syed Habibullah Shah Sahib and Syed Mahmudullah Shah Sahib) that I decided to marry Maryam myself.

Early photo of Masjid Mubarak, Qadian, where Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad’sra Nikah was announced with Hazrat Umm-e-Tahir, Maryam Begumra 

Thus, in 1920, I sent my proposal through the late Dr Syed Abdus Sattar Shah Sahib, which was accepted and on 7 February 1921 our nikah took place in the old part of Masjid Mubarak [Qadian]. It was more of a house of mourning than a nikah ceremony; all that could be heard was the wailing of worshippers; tears streamed down all faces.

Eventually, I brought Maryam to our home in a very simple manner and left her at the house of Hazrat Ummul Momineen [wife of the Promised Messiahas, Hazrat (Amma Jan) Nusrat Jehan Begum Sahibara]. She allocated a room for her where I would stay with her frequently. The room where Maryam Siddiqa now resides was the same room where she resided for five years and where her first child was born – Tahir Ahmad (the first, who died at a young age).

It was after his birth that she fell extremely ill and this illness eventually led to her demise.

Early days of marriage

In the early days of our marriage, [Maryam] was extremely thin and had certain facial features that were not very pleasant to me. Similarly, she had a strong Punjabi accent and I detest the usage of Punjabi in our home. She was somewhat facetious in nature and while speaking in Urdu, she would often deliberately mix Punjabi words in her sentences to irritate me.

As she was her parent’s favourite child, if she did not like something, it would irritate her and make her cry profusely, causing a stream of tears. At times, she would cry incessantly for a couple of days. Perhaps this was due to traces of hysteria. When I travelled to England, there was some sort of friction between her and the late Amatul Hayy and as a result, I became somewhat displeased with her. Upon my return, I found that most of the fault actually lay with Amatul Hayy. Due to that displeasure, in the initial part of the journey, I did not write to Maryam but, Alhamdolillah, Allah soon enabled me to realise the reality and I saved her from any further hurt.

I wrote a loving letter to her from Italy, which she preserved. I wrote a couplet in it also, the gist of which is that Rome is a beautiful city, but without you, it appears in ruins. One day, that couplet was mentioned in 1930, seven years after my journey to Europe. As soon as she heard the couplet, she shot up and brought the letter to me saying, “I have kept that letter ever since!” I sent the same couplet to Amatul Hayy. It is strange that God’s will had it that they would both pass away, leaving me alone not just in Rome but to live in this world.

Final promise to Syeda Amatul Hayy

A few days after returning from England, Amatul Hayy passed away. I could not find anyone to care for her young children. Right before her demise, Amatul Hayy expressed great concern for her children’s upbringing. She would express her concern especially for Amatul Qayum Begum [along with the rest of the children] by saying, “[Amatur] Rashid, being brought up by a wet-nurse, will not remember me after I am gone. Khalil is only a month-old and will never know me. Amatul Qayum is the eldest; What will become of her?”

She would glance at each of her children one after the other, but on this subject, she never glanced at me. Perhaps she thought to herself, “What does a man know about raising children?” I would repeatedly look towards her to say something but would supress my feelings in the presence of other people.

Eventually, when we got a moment of privacy, I said to her, “Amatul Hayy, why do you worry so much? If I live, I will look after your children and Insha-Allah will not let any harm come their way.” For her solace I uttered those words, but in reality, I hadn’t a clue what to do.

Fulfilment of a promise

The night after Amatul Hayy’s demise, I asked Maryam, “A heavy burden has been placed on my shoulders. Can you help me?” Allah bless her soul a thousand times over for she immediately replied, “Yes, I will take care of them! Just as a mother brings up her children, I will raise them.”

The following day, I brought [Amatul] Qayum and [Amatur] Rashid to Maryam as a way of passing them on to her. Both of us were oblivious that we were, in fact, giving consent to her death, because as a consequence of this responsibility, both of us endured many hardships. However, it was a result of those hardships that we remained hopeful of Allah’s blessings.

Amatul Hayy was very dear to me and still is to this day. But I cannot truthfully say for sure that if she remained alive, she would have attended to her children when they fell ill in the same way as Maryam attended to them. May Allah raise her soul to the closest possible station to His threshold and may Allah show mercy upon me too. It was no ordinary thing for a 19-year old girl to suddenly become a mother of three. However, she readily and enthusiastically took up the responsibility and helped me in a time when nobody in the world could. She relieved me of a promise I had made at a time when I saw no way of fulfilling it. That moment is still before my eyes when I took Qayum and Rashid to Maryam and she embraced them with tearful eyes, saying, “From now on, I am your mother.” The girls, who were still weeping and scared, immediately jumped into her arms.

A prayer for love that God accepted

At that moment, I made a pledge to her:

“Maryam, if you raise these children, I promise that I will love you immeasurably”. I cried and cried before God, praying that Allah developed love in my heart for her, which He heard. From that day onwards, I had great love for her. Any reservations I ever had were removed and she won my heart over. A face that was unpleasant for me became the most beautiful face in the world and her carefree attitude which once offended me became her birth right.

Astonishing intelligence

Maryam was not very literate, and her handwriting was very untidy. She could not read or write very fluently. She would take lessons for a few days before dropping them, however she was remarkably intelligent. She could take a hint through the subtlest of facial expressions and body language. One would think that she had her very own way of acquiring knowledge of the unseen. She possessed a very sensitive temperament. Where sarcasm was not the motive, she knew how to extract it; where displeasure was not intended, she would still sense it. If she was treated better than others, even then she would feel as though she was being subjected to injustice.

This was all something that I was the prime subject of, and this was where her intelligence would be rendered useless.

Her pure faith in Ahmadiyyat

Maryam had true faith in Ahmadiyyat. She had a deep love and dedication for the Promised Messiah, peace be upon him. She loved the Holy Quran and would recite it melodiously. She learnt the recitation of the Quran from a hafiz and for that reason – albeit with slight overemphasis – she could pronounce the Arabic t’s and q’s very well. She was not capable of initiating intellectual discussions but would thoroughly enjoy thought-provoking talks.

On Fridays, if the sermon was on a special subject, after the sermon, I would enter our house with the certainty that Maryam’s face would be beaming with pleasure and that she would immediately overwhelm me with compliments, saying that she had really enjoyed it. This certainty would very rarely be proven wrong. I would always find her waiting for me at the door. Her whole being would be buzzing with ecstasy at such moments.

(To be continued)

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