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Mirza Masroor Ahmad owned companies that stored money overseas in panama–The Panama Leaks

I’ve written on this many times.  Akber Chaudhry and Ak Shaikh made a really good video wherein they exposed the Mirza family.  They explained how the Mirza family uses people as they change names of directors and etc. as they fulfill their legal obligations in terms of business practices.  There is a detailed video which explains how and why most super-rich people stored money overseas in Panama.  We have found that Abdul Baqi is a major player in this game that the Mirza family is playing.  Many elites of the world stored their monies in Panama, just because of the tax free benefits, however, this is totally illegal.  The Mirza family had been colluding with the elites of the world since at least 1940, Zafrullah Khan was their agent who was loved by the colonial powers and thus propelled to a position that would benefit the Mirza family.   Even in the USA, Kareem Ahmad was heralded as the “Muslim-mega-donor” as he donated heavily to President Obama’s 2012 election, later on, he was indicted on man-slaughter.  The Mirza family always had a representative in the Pakistani government, in fact, the grandson of MGA, Mirza Muzzafar Ahmad was the financial/economic minister in Pakistan in the 1960‘s.  In Africa, they were given money by the British government to setup schools and build mosques and thus attract under-educated Africans and brainwash them to be loyal to the British government, a professor, who wrote academically about this called Ahmadiyya as a maritime implantation into Africa.  Nowadays, Ahmadiyya officials can be fond rubbing shoulders behind the scenes with many congressmen as they continue to follow the orders of the Mirza family and grease as many politicians as possible.  Furthermore, Qasim Rashid, the Ahmadiyya spokesman for the USA is running for political office in Virginia, this is how the Mirza family operates.

How to spot fraud at non-profit corporations?
As we all know, the Catholic Church has been raping boys and stealing money for over 1000 years.  How do we spot financial fraud however?

The Ahmadiyya representative to the government in the UK
Tariq Ahmad, Baron Ahmad of Wimbledon is a British businessman and a Conservative life peer.[1] Born in Lambeth,[2] he was educated at Rutlish SchoolMerton Park, southwest London. He was appointed Minister of State for the Commonwealth and United Nations at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on 13 June 2017.[3][4]

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Ahmadiyya and the Panama Papers—2017 update

Ahmadiyya and the Panama Papers

Taken from here:

So, I have been called names for calling the Qadiani branch of the Ahmadiyya religion as a cult run by the Mirza Family for their personal financial gain.

In 2010, we exposed their secret web of companies and charities and how they were funneling away money in property investments. The Charities Commission looked the other way. We showed how Mirza Masroor Ahmad(below) re-organized the corporate structure in 2003 to be under the control of his trusted family and friends, while not having his own name on a single organization.

Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Qadiani ‘Caliph’

We said then that when the cult implodes, the family may run away with their property investments. The time may have come for them to hide their wealth even further. And this wealth is not through business. It is by forcing poor people — benefits recipients — to cough up 5–10% of their income on penalty of ostracization. Just as the Internet has laid bare the theological fraud of the Mirza family, today it lays bare the rest of their secret web of offshore companies and accounts due to the Panama papers.

Flow of Money

Money flows as charitable donations from ‘have’ countries like U.S.,. Canada, Pakistan, Germany and U.K. into AMJ International from where it is distributed into dubious projects around the world. The accounting in each country is kept up to date, but money gets lost in international transactions.

The actual work of the organization is carried out through just one charity — Al-Shirkatul-Islamiyyah, and curiously, its income and expenses almost balance every year.

Since Mirza Masroor Ahmad came to power, he has focused on investing in properties and totally unrelated to the goals of the organization. We see from the Panama Papers that the businesses are involved mostly in property investment.

TJ Holdings

In 2010, we wondered who had a mortgage on an Ahmadiyya property on Deer Park Drive; the only substantial building that is not a place of worship and the mortgage of which is always renewed after a few years. The company was known as T.J. Holdings and nothing was known of it. It is now located in the Panama Papers:


Abul Baqi Arshad

This person is about 81 years old, a friend and confidant of Mirza Masroor Ahmad, and the current and former director of up to 23 companies in their visible charities’ web in the U.K. Here are some of his other offshore companies revealed in the Panama Papers Leak, some of which replaced others, and almost all since 2003, when his friend took reigns of the cult:

Lombard Invest Limited




ASIFA HOLDINGS S.A. (named after wife of Mirza Tahir Ahmad)

NUSRAT INVESTMENTS INC. (named after great-grandmother of Mirza Masroor Ahmad)










Other Companies and Possible Structure

There are other companies with links directly to the Qadiani Ahmadiyya town of Chanab Nagar in Pakistan but we are still researching the ownership links which will eventually be found to be traced to the Mirza Family.

It appears that the offshore companies are organized as trust funds along the family branches and provide income to various parts of the vast Mirza family — not unlike a royal family renowned for idleness and extravagance.

What Story and Two Questions?

It is unclear how the Mirza Family and their minions will spin this revelation and how they will dupe their followers into giving them even more money.

Question 1: What is the need to hide money in so many offshore companies? Question 2: Where did the money come from and who controls it?

For those shrill Qadiani Ahmadiyya bloggers always shrieking at ‘mullahs’, here is your mullah for you. Illiterate, unaware of theology, can barely speak in public, full of gaffes and hoarding your money for his family.

And yet, to you, he is God’s representative on earth. I actually feel so sorry for you and wish you would wake up to the exploitation. If there was any time to do so, this is it.


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Ahmadiyya implicated in the Panama Leaks

The Ahmadiyya Movement has been hiding money in off-shore accounts for long time.

The videos

Ahmadiyya needs to be reported for further investigation in America.  I hop charity watch is paying attention.

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Even in 1987, there were 328 Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military

As we all know, Ahmadi’s were the most trusted group of people by the British government, this was what led 1000’s of Ahmadi’s to join the British military and subsequently the Pakistani military in 1947. In fact, in 1947, 199 Ahmadi’s were specifically named by the Jamaat as they presented their case to the boundary commission. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s joined the Indian military after 1947, however, there aren’t many at all. Further, by 1982, Ahmadi’s had infiltrated civil and government jobs in Pakistan, they totally dominated most institutions, and only gave other Ahmadi’s promotions, and told some Ahmadi’s to keep their faith a secret. As the list in the below shows, there is no Ahmadi persecution at all. Zia ul Haq seems to have came into power in 1977 and allowed 5 Ahmadi’s to become Generals, there names are unknown, there were 4 in the Army and one in the Air Force. There were an additional 88 Colonel’s who were Ahmadi. 156 Majors and 77 captain’s. It should be remembered, that back in 1975, Bhutto had stopped Ahmadi’s from progressing pass the rank of Major and reassigned many Ahmadi’s and thus force them to quit. So where was the persecution? There was none!!!  This list is the proof.

Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan (Foreign Minister of Pakistan) announced that there were 328 officers in the Pakistani military
Yaqub Ali Khan was brought in to the Zia administration as Foreign Minister in 1982 when Agha Shahi was departed from President Zia-ul-Haq‘s cabinet. He was appointed Foreign Minister in the conservative-aligned government but Yaqub maintained his composure and his Western wit in the Zia administration. Nevertheless, on 18 February 1987, the Daily Jhang of Rawalpindi published a report which indicated that there were 328 Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military in 1987 (see Bashir Ahmad, “Ahmadiyya, British-Jewish connections”,1994, see pages 411-412).

The list
There seems to be an Ahmadi who was a Lieutenant General in the Army in 1987, his name is unknown. There were 4 additional generals, which is very odd. There were an additional 88 Colonel’s who were Ahmadi. 156 Majors and 77 captain’s. It should be remembered, that back in 1975, Bhutto had stopped Ahmadi’s from progressing pass the rank of Major and reassigned many Ahmadi’s and thus force them to quit.


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Some Pakistani General’s who may have been Qadiani’s

We have already shown how Zia Ul Haq seems to have converted to Qadian-ism in 1941, he may have done this so as to become an officer in the British Army. Our friend, Mr. Agha Mohammad Waseem seems to have recently made a list of undercover Ahmadi’s who worked in the Pakistani Army as officers. We already know how many Ahmadi officer’s were close friends with General’s like Ayub Khan and etc.

Their names are as follows, from right to left, top to bottom, for archival purposes
—-General Iqbal Khan
—-General Rahim ud Din Khan
—-General Khalid Mahmood Arif
—-General Zia Ul Haq

2nd line
—Major Tufail from Hoshiarpur
—General Gul Hasan
—General Tikka Khan
—Air Marshal Nur Khan

3rd line
—General Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan
—Air Chief Marshal Shamim Anwar
—Colonel Zia Ahmad Suleri
—General Ghulam Jilani Khan

Scan from Aga Waseem

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On July 5th, 1977, Zia said in a speech that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim or not

Zia was born an Ahmadi. He also seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya in late 1941, just to join the British-Indian Army as an officer. Following civil disorder, Zia deposed Bhutto in a military coup and declared martial law on 5 July 1977. Bhutto was controversially tried by the Supreme Court and executed less than two years later, for allegedly authorizing the murder of Nawab Muhammad Ahmed Khan Kasuri, a political opponent. It seems that Zia immediately made pro-Qadiani statements, in this speech, he forcefully argued that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim. Thus, bemoaning the 2nd amendment wherein Ahmadi’s (of all sects) are declared as non-Muslim. Saqib Zeervi who was a famous Pakistani poet and a Qadiani. He claims to have met Zia (on the 25th/26th of July in Lahore) while the press was also invited. He explains how Zia called on him during this session and asked him why he hadn’t asked any questions. Saqib Zeervi claims that he questioned Zia specifically about his statements from 7-5-1977 in terms of him being a Muslim or not (at the 36:50 mark). Zia also said that he doesn’t need a PNA (Pakistan National Alliance) certificate either proving that he was a Muslim. Saqib Zeervi then asked Zia as to why he (Saqib Zeervi) would need a certificate from Zia proving that he was a Muslim. Zia immediately closed the session and left. Saqib Zeervi claims that he was never invited to another press conference again in his life. By 1982, Ahmadi’s were still dominating the job scene in the civil service of Pakistan.

Zia’s first speech on 7-5-1977, wherein he said that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim
Zia ul Haq’s first ever speech on Pakistani-national-television (and radio) as the leader of Pakistan, he claims that only Allah can decided as to who is a Muslim, no assembly and no country could ever decide that. This seems to be a sign that he was sympathizing with Ahmadi’s and was working with Ahmadi’s in his new government. We have been told by Ahmadi’s that by 1975, Bhutto was restricting the advancement of Ahmadi officer’s in all branches of the Pakistani military. This seems to have struck a nerve with the Khalifa. Zia immediately changed this policy, in fact, he hired a Lahori-Ahmadi and re-instated his rank of General, his name was Major General Abdullah Saeed Khan.

The speech of 7-5-1977
He announced his cabinet as follows:

—Sir Fazl Elahi Chaudhry–military counsel, as well as Chief Martial Law Administrator
—Ghulam Ishaq –Secretary Defense

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What Pakistani Generals who were involved in the coup of 1977?

Operation Fair Play was the code name for the 5 July 1977 coup by Pakistan Chief of Army Staff General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, overthrowing the government of Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.[1] The coup itself was bloodless, and was preceded by social unrest and political conflict between the ruling leftist Pakistan Peoples Party government of Bhutto, and the right-wing Islamist opposition Pakistan National Alliance which accused Bhutto of rigging the 1977 general elections. In announcing the coup, Zia promised “free and fair elections” within 90 days, but these were repeatedly postponed on the excuse of accountability and it was not until 1985 that (“party-less”) general elections were held. Zia himself stayed in power for eleven years until his death in a plane crash. It is rumored that ALL Ahmadi Generals were involved in this coup.  There names are Rahimuddin Khan, Sarwar khan, K M Arif, Akhter Reman Khan, General Mohammad Iqbal Khan, Ghulam Jilani Khan, Abdul Saeed and few more army officers.  Lt Gen Chishti, Maj. Gen. Riaz Mahmood, Gen. Khalid Mahmood Arif are some others. Gen Zia installed provincial Martial Law administrators too: Lt Gen Jehanzeb Arbab in Sindh, Gen Iqbal Khan in Punjab, Gen Abdullah Saeed in Balochistan, and Gen Sawar Khan in the erstwhile North West Frontier Province (NWFP).

Zafrullah Khan presented a list of 177 Ahmadi’s (see Qasmi, pages 45-46) who served as officers in the British military to the Boundary Commission.

The list of Ahmadi officers was published in the daily Azad of May 9th, 1950. General Nazir Ahmad, yet another Ahmadi General, is said to have tried to stage a coup, he was a relative of Zafrullah Khan.

While in court, the Ahmadiyya Khalifa claimed that he couldn’t remember the exact number of Ahmadi’s in the Pakistani military as officers, however, he did claim that 1-2% of the Army were Ahmadi officers, 5% of the Air Force and 1% of the Navy (see Qasmi, page 46).

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General Mohammad Iqbal Khan was an Ahmadi

We continue to catalog all of the Ahmadi’s who had infiltrated the military and bureaucracy in Pakistan from 1947 to at least 1999. His father was Captain Nizam ud Din, who received his commission as an officer in 1939. His father was part of an elite group of Ahmadi’s who were trusted to work in the artillery department of the Army, no other indians were allowed to work there, or barely any. They were in-charge and were called the “fathers of Pakistani artillery” by Brigadier General Ijaz Ahmad Khan, (See at the 12:34 mark). They were Major Malik Habib-ullah (who died at the age of a 100) (from Dhulmial), Captain Nizam ud Din (he was the father of Brigadier General Mohammad Iqbal Khan) and Captain Umar Hayat (father of Commander Yousaf). We have written about General Abdul Ali Malik and General Akhtar Hussain Malik (these 2 are brothers), Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry, Major General Iftikhar Janjua, Brigadier General Ijaz Ahmad Khan, the Lahori-Ahmadi Major General Abdul Saeed Khan, and we are still adding to the list. He was a retired four-star rank army general in the Pakistan Army who served as the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee from being appointed in 1980 until 1984.

Mohammad Iqbal Khan was educated and graduated from the Military College in Jhelum and gained the commissioned in the British Indian Army in 1944. He joined the Guides Infantry in the 2nd Frontier Force Regiment as 2nd-Lt.

He served in the first war with India on Kashmir front in 1947.

He participated in second war with India in 1965.

He was appointed as the Director-General of the Military Intelligence in 1969, and was politically involved in supporting the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) against the Awami League.

Eventually, Brig. Iqbal held the responsibility of Military Intelligence in 1971.

Major-General Iqbal held the command of the 33rd Infantry Division in Quetta as its GOC, and oversaw the military operations against the armed insurgency groups in Balochistan in Pakistan.[7]

In 1974, Maj-Gen. Iqbal was posted as Chief of General Staff (CGS) under Chief of Army Staff General Tikka Khan at the Army GHQ in Rawalpindi which he served until 1976.[8]

Maj-Gen. Iqbal was promoted to the three-star rank army general and was posted as field commander of the IV Corps based in Lahore.[9]

In 1977, Lieutenant-General Iqbal took over the control of the Punjab in Pakistan as its martial law administrator when Chief of Army Staff Gen. Zia-ul-Haq imposed the martial law against the civilian government on 5 July 1977.:194[10]Lt-Gen. Iqbal was later rotated when Lt-Gen. Sawar Khan took command of the IV Corps, and appointed as the field commander of the V Corps and served as the martial law administrator of Sindh in Pakistan.[11]

In 1978, Lt-Gen. Iqbal was again posted at the Army GHQ in Rawalpindi when he was appointed as the Deputy Chief of Army Staff (DCOAS) under President Zia-ul-Haq.:430[12] During this time, he was appointed as the Colonel Commandant of the Frontier Force Regiment, which he served until his retirement in 1984.[1]

He served directly under Zia as the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee.  

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Other references

  1.  The Gazette of Pakistan. 1978. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  2. Jump up to:a b Top Story, et.all. (8 October 2013). “CJCSC office in Pakistan and the world over”The News International. Islamabad. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  3. Jump up to:a b c “Honours of MCJ”. Military College Jhelum. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  4. ^ A.H. Amin. “Interview with Brig (retd) Shamim Yasin Manto” Archived 2013-05-03 at the Wayback Machine Defence Journal, February 2002
  5. ^ Siddiqi, brigadier Abdul Rahman (2004). East Pakistan, the endgame : an onlooker’s journal, 1969-1971. Karachi: Oxford University Press. p. 260. ISBN 9780195799934.
  6. ^ Hamid Hussain. “Demons of December” Defence Journal, 2002 December
  7. ^ Sehgal, Maj. Ikram (23 August 2007). “Learning from experience”The Daily Star. Islamabad. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  8. ^ A.H. Amin “Remembering Our Warriors: Maj Gen (Retd) Tajammal Hussain Malik”Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine Defence Journal, September 2001
  9. ^ “Remembering Our Warriors” Retrieved 6 April2018.
  10. ^ Norman, Omar (2013). “(§Ethnic Conflict)”. Pakistan:Political and Economics History since 1947 (google books). New York [u.s.]: Routledge. p. 225. ISBN 9781136143946. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  11. ^ Rizwan Hussain. Pakistan and the Emergence of Islamic Militancy in AfghanistanAshgate Publishing, 2005, ISBN 0-7546-4434-0
  12. Jump up to:a b “Pakistan under Zia, 1977–1988” by Shahid Javed Burki Asian Survey, Vol. 28, No. 10 (October, 1988), pp. 1082–1100
  13. Jump up to:a b Hilali, A. Z. (2017). US-Pakistan Relationship: Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan. Routledge. ISBN 9781351876223. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  14. ^ Matinuddin, Kamal (1991). Power struggle in the Hindu Kush: Afghanistan, 1978-1991. Wajidalis. Retrieved 6 April 2018.

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