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A young Mirza Ghulam Ahmad squandered his families pension money and was punished by never being able to see his mother again

We have written about this story before. However, we have found new information which seems to open up this story a bit further. The new info is from the ROR of 1922 wherein MGA’s mother was described. This essay was written by an Ahmadi named Ghulam Mohammad Ahmadi, and published on the 5th of May 1922. This essay doesn’t mention MGA’s stealing of his families pension, which led to MGA getting severely punished by never being able to see him mother alive ever again, as well as being forced to work in Sialkot for a meager salary. MGA was punished severely, and rightly so, per Islam he should have gotten his right hand chopped off, since he stole upwards of 100,000 dollars in today’s money and was on the run for up to 1 year. An Urdu video herein also describes this event. Continue reading “A young Mirza Ghulam Ahmad squandered his families pension money and was punished by never being able to see his mother again”

Mirza Tahir Ahmad purposely lied about the pension story in March of 1985

Mirza Tahir Ahmad was a vicious mullah. He lied and lied and lied. He setup Ord-XX and was able to move his headquarters to the UK. His bigotry knew no bounds, and he was bold and arrogant about it. In this specific case, I have caught him lying about MGA and his pension squandering situation from 1865. Mirza Tahir Ahmad delivered a speech in March of 1985 wherein he acted as-if he had never heard of the pension story in his entire life. He had never read Seeratul-Mahdi by Mirza Bashir Ahmad nor had any of his elders ever relayed the story to him. He then claims to have had his team find the reference and then gives a totally fraudulent rendition of the events. As the data shows, Mirza Tahir Ahmad totally misquoted this entire story. Continue reading “Mirza Tahir Ahmad purposely lied about the pension story in March of 1985”

Dr. Basharat Ahmad (Lahori-Ahmadi) omits MGA’s pension story

Dr. Basharat Ahmad wrote a comprehensive biography on the life of MGA. Its called Mujadid-e-Azam, or the “The Great Mujadid”. He was an old friend of Maulvi Abdul Karim and Noorudin, they all knew each other very well. Anyhow, Dr. Ahmad wrote extensively about MGA’s life in Sialkot, however, he purposely omitted the part about why MGA had to go to Sialkot and take up employment. This is very odd, since he quotes Seeratul-Mahdi by Mirza Bashir Ahmad many times. Anyhow, feel free to read Vol. 1 of Mujadid e Azam and you will see the deception. The full Pension story can be read here. Continue reading “Dr. Basharat Ahmad (Lahori-Ahmadi) omits MGA’s pension story”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous pension story-1864

As we all know, in 1864, MGA and his cousin-brother set off to pickup the hefty pension payment by the British govt. to MGA’s father and his brothers. We have also written an extended review of MGA’s family issues leading up to this, specifically how MGA’s mother kept saving MGA from working and etc, MGA was punished by not being able to see his mother ever again. Below is the entire translation and transliteration of the incident. It should be noted that by 1864, MGA’s fathers pension was only 200 rupees per month (see Dard, page 18), however, after the settlement of 1865 it was raised to 700 rupees pension was given in total to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his brothers. However, after this incident, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza’s brothers sued him in court and won, its the famous settlement of 1865 (see Dard page 68). According to the Settlement of 1865, the estate was divided into five parts; two-fifths belonged to the descendants of Mirza Tasadduq Jilani, two fifths to those of Mirza Gul Muhammad (via the brothers of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (Muhiyideen and Haidar), and one-fifth to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza as the managing proprietor. Of the 700 rupees, 280 rupees were allocated to Jilani, who’s entire family seems to have went missing from Ahmadiyya records. Continue reading “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous pension story-1864”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s violation of ‘yada` al-harb’ in 1900

In 1900, MGA and his team of writers decided to abrogate Jihad altogether. Ever since 1947, #ahmadis have been denying this, since they moved to an islamic country (Pakistan).

The story is as follows, initially, in 1891, when MGA claimed to be the Promised Messiah and in his book, “Taudhe Maram” in english as “Elucidation of Objectives”, MGA claimed that the famous sahih hadith on the Messiah repealing the Jizya only meant, “”The abolition of Jizyah is self-explanatory. It only means that Jizyah will no longer be required. Human hearts will spontaneously respond to the truth, rendering recourse to war unnecessary. Winds of change will blow and people will flock to enter the fold of Islam. The gates will be flung wide open; it will be an influx en masse. As a result, Jizyah will become obsolete, for no one will be left to pay it””.

9 years later, in 1900, MGA argued in “The British government and Jihad” and had it published on May 22, 1900 that the Messiah was prophesied to stop “religious” wars. However, this is a lie, in Bukhari the hadith says, ‘yada al-jizya’, not ‘yada` al-harb’. Even if it did say ‘yada` al-harb’, that would mean an end to “wars” (see Nuzhat Haneef) not “religious wars”. MGA wrote, ‘deenee jangoan kaa khaatimah kar day gaa’.

We have found 3 hadith from Sahih Bukhari which have the same report, and unanimously it reports the word “jizya”, not “harb”. It seems that MGA might have been referring to “Krehl’s edition of al-Bukhari” (1862), which reads jizya but mentions the other version on the margin. Al-Bukhari’s commentators deal only with the jizya version, though some of them also mention the other one (See Prophecy Continuous by Freidmann. See page 167, footnote 11, unconfirmed). Maudoodi seems to have (unconfirmed) agreed that there was another version which read as “harb”, but again, this was in terms of ending “wars”, not “religious wars”. Maudoodi is asserting that ending Jizya=ending war, since if everyone is Muslim, no would is even alive to pay jizya (Friedman and MGA admitted to this too). However, #ahmadis refuse to even acknowledge this position. Finally, it should be noted that MGA had called Abu Hurraira as stupid since he connected 4:159 to the return of Eisa (As). Abu Hurraira is the source of the information all three times.

MGA even quoted 47:5 of the Quran to support his view that the Messiah would end “religious wars”. Again, MGA and his team of writers lied, Chapter 47, verses 1–10 are about Muslims who were at war with the disbelievers in Mecca. MGA and his team of writers specifically quoted one small line from 47:5 and didn’t quote the entire verse or the context (See Tafsir ibn Kathir). Maudoodi also wrote that this hadith means “jizya will end”.

MGA and his team of writers don’t seem to have ever mentioned this argument again.

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Introducing the Books of the Promised Messiah (1983) by Naseem Saifi

In the early 1980’s, a Maulvi of the Ahmadiyya community named Naseem Saifi (also spelled Nasim Saifi) wrote a book wherein he summarized many of the books of MGA. We have archived it in the below. The title is “Introducing the Books of the Promised Messiah” (1983) by Naseem Saifi.
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Who is Mirza Ghulam Jilani?

Mirza Ghulam Jilani was getting pension money also. His father’s name is Mirza Tasadduq Jilani, he was the cousin of MGA’s grandfather (Mirza Gul Muhammad). He was an uncle of MGA, in fact, he is the 2nd-cousin of MGA’s father, and thus, MGA’s uncle (cha cha or thia, its unclear).

Per Ahmadiyya sources, he sued MGA’s father and appealed to the British government in 1865, this culminated in the famous 1865 settlement (See Dard). In the famous Punjab Chiefs (1865 edition), Mirza Ghulam Jilani is not listed by name, he is called as a brother of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza. After 1865, Mirza Ghulam Jilani began receiving pension payments from the British Government. The full amount of pension for Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his brother-cousins was 700, it was 200 before then, in fact, when MGA went to go and pickup the pension money it was only 200. After 1865, MGA’s families cut of the pension went up to 350. Mirza Ghulam Jilani and the 2 widows of his brothers also got 280 rupees. Its unclear why the descendants of Mirza Tasadduq Jilani were getting pension. Maybe, they also helped the British during the mutiny of 1857. Mirza Ghulam Muhiyyuddin family and Mirza Ghulam Ghaus got the remaining 140 rupees it seems.

It’s unclear when he died, nevertheless, he was never heard from again, his descendants are unknown too.

Mirza Ghulam Murtaza died in 1876, after his death, Mirza Ghulam Ghaus and Mirza Ghulam Jilani sued the estate of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his son, Mirza Ghulam Qadir. This case seems to have last a few years. MGA’s Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya series came in this time frame. By 1883, Mirza Ghulam Qadir lost the case, it was a huge loss, he seems to have had a heart attack and died soon thereafter. By 1897, MGA admitted that his god would help in all of his worldly matters except those against his own family (collaterals), however, this was after Mirza Ghulam Qadir had already lost a huge portion of the estate. Per Dard, Mirza Ghulam Qadir didn’t give up the land, Mirza Sultan Ahmad (MGA’s eldest son) completed the transaction. Per Dard, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza owned all of the property and refused to share it with his 2nd cousins.

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My Ordeal With Ahmadiyyat by u/Jagertan

We have taken this entry from here.
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Who is Charagh Bibi, the mother of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, died in 1868?

A young Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (age 25) squandered his families pension money and was punished by never being able to see his mother again. We are able to deduce this by reading the autobiography of MGA’s mother, Charagh Bibi, which was written in the english ROR of March, April and May of 1922. It is attached in the below for a free download. It is the story of MGA’s mother, the Ahmadi writer’s totally left out the pension story and didn’t explain as to why MGA was forced to go to Sialkot to work. It was because MGA squandered the pension money in 1864. This essay only talks about how MGA’s mother was dead, and a servant (Miran Bakhsh), was sent to bring MGA home in 1868. It should be noted that MGA hadn’t been home for 4 years, not even for Eid. After reading this autobiography, we are thus sure that MGA was on punishment by his father.

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