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



Intro
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.

Ahmadi spin doctors try to blame MGA’s cousin for squandering the money
You will find Ahmadi trolls all over social media running around and blaming Imam ud Din (MGA’s cousin aka brother) for spending all of the money, however, that argument collapses since MGA was punished severely.  Why would MGA’s father punish him (MGA) if it was actually Imam ud Din who was the culprit?  Ahmadi’s run from this question and rightly so, since if they ever accept the facts from this story, Ahmadiyya is dead.

Facts from this essay

1–The writer compares the mother of Muhammad (saw) with the mother of MGA (nauzobillah), we have written about this topic, in this era, Ahmadis were fanatical about equating the entire life of Muhammad (Saw) with the life of MGA.

2–In MGA’s youth, he was retired, he never did any work, he was considered a useless appendage.  And MGA’s mother allowed it, she allowed her son to be a lazy good for nothing human.  MGA’s mother protected him from this father.

3–MGA was nicknamed Mullah in his youth.  Since all he did was cry about Islam and its state of affairs in British-India.

4–The author totally omits the pension story.  By 1922, the pension story had never been written about, it was later, with the publishing of Seeratul-Mahdi, that’s when the pension story was revealed.

5–Miran Baksh was sent to Sialkot to bring MGA home, he was a servant in the Mirza household.  MGA’s mother had already died, however, he wasn’t supposed to tell MGA.  This was part of MGA’s punishment after he stole the family money, i.e. to never see his mother ever again. And MGA’s father made sure of it.

6–MGA was on opium from an early age, since he was oblivious to his surroundings and most likely high on opium.  An incident is given from MGA’s youth from roughly 1858, wherein MGA’s young son, Mirza Sultan Ahmad had fallen in the immediate vicinity of MGA and was screaming for help, however, MGA must have been high and thus didn’t hear or see anything, MGA’s mother then ran over and saved the child from what could have been an awful death.

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

Intro
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 1860.  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.

1.  MGA didnt go to Sialkot to pickup his daddy’s pension, that is a total lie, it isnt written as such anywhere.

2.  It is not written anywhere in the narration that Mirza Imam ud Din snatched the money.

3.  MGA must have written his father a letter while on the road and then was sent to Sialkot to work.

4.  If Imam-ud-Din did steal the money, why wasnt a case filed against him?  Further, Imam-ud-din and MGA were roughly the same age, they had no beefs in that time frame.

The reference
This objection has two parts. One is that he was employed at a salary of 15 rupees per month, implying that he was a very insignificant person. This also implies that God could not have chosen him to be a Prophet, which thereby repeats the same objection raised by the Pharaoh. The second aspect of this objection is that Prophets do not work for someone else. In addition, the Promised Messiahas is being falsely accused (God forbid) of theft. Supposedly, he had to
leave home as a punishment for this theft. We have researched to determine where anyone
could possibly have found such an incident as a basis for such an allegation. We found in the biography Siratul- Mahdi, vol. 1, p. 43–44, narration no. 49:

“””Once the Promised Messiahas went to Sialkot to collect his grandfather’s pension. Mirza Imam-ud-Din, a member of his family, went after him, snatched the money, and ran away. After this, the Promised Messiahas did not return to Qadian because he deemed it better to earn some money by finding a job, rather than going back to his family after incurring the loss.”””

The True reference
“””in the name Allah the beneficient and the merciful. Stated to me by walda sahiba (mother of the author) that once , at the young age hazrat masih e moud went to receive pension of his father, when hazrat sahib (Mgaq) received the pension , he was chased and tracked by Mirza imamuddin who instead of bringing hazrat sahib to Qadiyan, lured him and took him from one place to other till the whole amount of pension was spent up. Then Imamuddin left hazrat sahib. Feeling regretted, hazrat sahib went to Sialkot instead of coming back to home. He got a job in the court of Deputy Commissioner Sialkot, on a very meagre amount as his father also desired him to get a job. Hazrat sahib remained there for some time till his mother got ill and he was called home by the grand father. At Amritsar He was received by a messenger from Qadiyan who told him that his mother had died.”””

See here: https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/01/mirza-ghulam-ahmads-famous-pension-story/

The Urdu transliteration
Bayan kia mudge say hazart walida sahib nay kay aik dafa apnee jawani (youth) kay zamana main hazart masih maoud alaih salam tumharay dada kee pension wasool kernai gaye to peachay peachay (behind) mirza imam din bhee chala gaiya. Jab aap nay pension wasool ker lee to wo aap ko phusla (trick) ker aur dhoka day ker bajayi (instead) qadian lanay kay bahir (meaning of the word is outside-but it means outside qadian somewhere else) lay giaya aour idher udher (here there) phirata raha. (according to this narration -this incident was just before sialkot employment which was 1864-1868-MGA is around 25 years old-purpose of this is to ascertain MGA age- he was not a child that imam din could lure him hither thither in India)
Phir jub us nay (imamdin) saraa rupiya ura (spend) ker khatam ker diya to aap ko schore (leave) ker kaheen aour chala gaya. Hazrat masih maoud ees (this) sharam kay maray wapis ghar naheen aiyee. Aour chounkay tumharay dada ka munsha (desire) rehtaa tha kay aap kaheen mulazam ho jayeen -ees liyay aap sialkot shahr (city) main -deputy commissionar kee katchehri main qaleel tunkhua (little wage) per mulazam ho gayay (now that proves that MGA was in his 20s and was not a child) aour kutch arsaa tuk wahan mulazmat per rahay. Phir jab tumharee dadee (MGA mother) beemar hounee to tumharay dada nay admee bhaija – kay mulazmat chour (leave) ker aa (come) jaao. Jiss per hazrat sahib forun rawana ho gayay. Amritsar pohuntch ker qadian aanay kay wastay yakka karayia per liyaa. Iss mouqa per qadian say aik aour adamee bhee aap kay laynay kay liyay amritsar pouhntch giyaa -us admee nay kaha yakka (tanga) juldi chalao kiunkay un (MGA mother) kee halat bohat nazuk thee. Phir thoree dair kay baad kehnay laga -bohat hee halat nazuk thee- jaldi karo kaheen fout (died) nah ho gaee houn. Walida sahiba bayan kertee theen -kay hazart sahib fermatay thay -kay main isee waqat sumahg giaa kay -derasal walida fout ho chukee hain. Kiunkay agar woh zinda hoteen to wo shakhas aisay alfaz na boltaa. Chonanchay qadian pohnchay to pata laga kay waqayee wo fout ho chukeen thee. Walida sahiba bayan kertee hain kay hazrat sahib fermatay thay kay humain (means -“us “ is plural- does that mean that there was at least one more person?) chore (leave) ker phir mirza imam din ihther udher (here and there) phirta raha. Akhir us nay chaiy (tea) kay qaflay per daka (theft) mara aour pakra giaa- magar muqadma main rihaa ho giya. Hazrat sahib farmatay thay kay maaloom hota hai kay Allah taala nay hamaree waja say hee usay kaid (prison) say bachaa liya-werna wo khud kaisa hee adamee tha hamaray mukhalif yahee kehtay -in kay aik chacha zaad bahee jail khana main reh chuka hai. Khaksaar araz kerta hai kay hazrat masih maoud alaih salam kee sialkot kee mulazmat 1864-1868 ka waqia hai.
Is rawait (narration) say yay naheen samajna chahiya kay hazart masih maoud ka sialkot main mulaazam hona is wajah say tha- kay aap say mirza imam din nay dada sahib kee pension kaa rupaya dhoka say ura (taken) liya tha-keyoon kay jaisa kay khud hazart masih maoud alaih salam nay apnee tasaneef main tasreeh (explain) kee hai. Aap kee mulazmat akhtiayar kernay kee waja (reason) siraf yay thee kay aap kay walid sahib mulazmat kay leyay zour daitay rehtay thay -werna aap kee apnee raiy (opinion) mulazmat kay khilaf thee. Isee tarha mulazmat chour (leave) daynay kee bhee asal wajah yahee thee – kay hazrat masih maoud mulazmat ko naapasand fermatay thay-aour apnay walid sahib ko mulazmat turk ker daynay kee ijazat kay leyay likhtay rehtay thay. laykin dada sahib turk a mulazmat kee ijazat naheen daytay thay. Magar jub dadi sahiba bemaar hunyee to dada sahib nay ijazat bhijwaa dee kay mulazmat chore ker aa jao.””

The video-work

Why did Mirza Tahir Ahmad lie?
Most Ahmadis indirectly worship the Mirza family.  They believe everything their Khalifa says, without question.  They are like robots.  They all heard Mirza Tahir Ahmad give his version of events and that was it.  They never questioned him, nor are they allowed to.

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

Intro
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 Pension story can be read here:   https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/01/mirza-ghulam-ahmads-famous-pension-story/

Conclusions
All Ahmadis are dishonest.  They will do and say anything to clear MGA of wrongdoing.  This is simply just another case of that.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s famous pension story

Intro
As we all know, in 1865, MGA and his cousin set off to pickup the hefty pension payment by the British govt. to MGA’s father and his brothers.  Below is the entire transliteration of the incident.  This money (700 rupees) was given to the Mirza family as a result of their military service for the British in the Mutiny of 1857.  The Mirza family showed more loyalty then any other family in the entire gurdaspur district and were thus compensated.  This money was supposed to be divided as follows:   Two-fifths belonged to the descendants of Mirza Tasadduq Jilani, two fifths to those of Mirza Gul Muhammad, and one-fifth to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza as the managing proprietor (see Dard page 68).  Jilani and Mirza Gul Muhammad were grandfathers of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza. Of the 700 rupees, 280 rupees were allocated to Jilani, who’s entire family seems to have went missing from Ahmadiyya records.  Another 280 rupees were  allocated to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and only 2 of his brothers (Muhiyideen and Haidar), that means 46.66 rupees per family.  Another 140 rupees were just for Mirza Ghulam Murtaza.  There must have been a third cousin who also traveled with them to pickup the money.  Thus, MGA seems to have picked up his daddy’s portion of the money which would be 140 rupees and a split of the 280, of which MGA grabbed 46.66, thus his total weas 186.66 rupees.  Imam ud Din got his daddy’s pension and with MGA “in-concert”, spent all the money and returned to Qadian empty handed.

The Quote
Bismillah Alrehmani rahim
Bayan kia mudge say hazart walida sahib nay kay aik dafa apnee jawani (youth) kay zamana main hazart masih maoud alaih salam tumharay dada kee pension wasool kernai gaye to peachay peachay (behind) mirza imam din bhee chala gaiya. Jab aap nay pension wasool ker lee to wo aap ko phusla (trick) ker aur dhoka day ker bajayi (instead) qadian lanay kay bahir (meaning of the word is outside-but it means outside qadian somewhere else) lay giaya aour idher udher (here there) phirata raha. (according to this narration -this incident was just before sialkot employment which was 1864-1868-MGA is around 25 years old-purpose of this is to ascertain MGA age- he was not a child that imam din could lure him hither thither in India)
Phir jub us nay (imamdin) saraa rupiya ura (spend) ker khatam ker diya to aap ko schore (leave) ker kaheen aour chala gaya. Hazrat masih maoud ees (this) sharam kay maray wapis ghar naheen aiyee. Aour chounkay tumharay dada ka munsha (desire) rehtaa tha kay aap kaheen mulazam ho jayeen -ees liyay aap sialkot shahr (city) main -deputy commissionar kee katchehri main qaleel tunkhua (little wage) per mulazam ho gayay (now that proves that MGA was in his 20s and was not a child) aour kutch arsaa tuk wahan mulazmat per rahay. Phir jab tumharee dadee (MGA mother) beemar hounee to tumharay dada nay admee bhaija – kay mulazmat chour (leave) ker aa (come) jaao. Jiss per hazrat sahib forun rawana ho gayay. Amritsar pohuntch ker qadian aanay kay wastay yakka karayia per liyaa. Iss mouqa per qadian say aik aour adamee bhee aap kay laynay kay liyay amritsar pouhntch giyaa -us admee nay kaha yakka (tanga) juldi chalao kiunkay un (MGA mother) kee halat bohat nazuk thee. Phir thoree dair kay baad kehnay laga -bohat hee halat nazuk thee- jaldi karo kaheen fout (died) nah ho gaee houn. Walida sahiba bayan kertee theen -kay hazart sahib fermatay thay -kay main isee waqat sumahg giaa kay -derasal walida fout ho chukee hain. Kiunkay agar woh zinda hoteen to wo shakhas aisay alfaz na boltaa. Chonanchay qadian pohnchay to pata laga kay waqayee wo fout ho chukeen thee. Walida sahiba bayan kertee hain kay hazrat sahib fermatay thay kay humain (means -“us “ is plural- does that mean that there was at least one more person?) chore (leave) ker phir mirza imam din ihther udher (here and there) phirta raha. Akhir us nay chaiy (tea) kay qaflay per daka (theft) mara aour pakra giaa- magar muqadma main rihaa ho giya. Hazrat sahib farmatay thay kay maaloom hota hai kay Allah taala nay hamaree waja say hee usay kaid (prison) say bachaa liya-werna wo khud kaisa hee adamee tha hamaray mukhalif yahee kehtay -in kay aik chacha zaad bahee jail khana main reh chuka hai. Khaksaar araz kerta hai kay hazrat masih maoud alaih salam kee sialkot kee mulazmat 1864-1868 ka waqia hai.
Is rawait (narration) say yay naheen samajna chahiya kay hazart masih maoud ka sialkot main mulaazam hona is wajah say tha- kay aap say mirza imam din nay dada sahib kee pension kaa rupaya dhoka say ura (taken) liya tha-keyoon kay jaisa kay khud hazart masih maoud alaih salam nay apnee tasaneef main tasreeh (explain) kee hai. Aap kee mulazmat akhtiayar kernay kee waja (reason) siraf yay thee kay aap kay walid sahib mulazmat kay leyay zour daitay rehtay thay -werna aap kee apnee raiy (opinion) mulazmat kay khilaf thee. Isee tarha mulazmat chour (leave) daynay kee bhee asal wajah yahee thee – kay hazrat masih maoud mulazmat ko naapasand fermatay thay-aour apnay walid sahib ko mulazmat turk ker daynay kee ijazat kay leyay likhtay rehtay thay. laykin dada sahib turk a mulazmat kee ijazat naheen daytay thay. Magar jub dadi sahiba bemaar hunyee to dada sahib nay ijazat bhijwaa dee kay mulazmat chore ker aa jao.””

Partial English translation
My mother told me that his holiness, the Promised Messiah, one day, during his youth, went to collect the pension of his grandfather (700 rupees – Seeratul Mahdi, Vol. 1, P. 131). Following him was a person by the name of Imamuddin. When he received the pension, Imamuddin mislead him and took him outside Qadian. They roamed about from place to place. When his holiness had squandered all he had, Imamuddin deserted him leaving him alone and left for some other place. However, his holiness, the Promised Messiah, did not return home for shame and for fear of infamy. And since his grandfather’s desire was that he be employed somewhere, he went to Sialkot and got himself employed for a miserably low salary (ten rupees a month)…………………………………….” (Seeratul Mahdi, Vol. 1, P. 43; by Mirza Bashir Ahmad)

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Who is Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (1791–1876)?

Intro
Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was a regular Sunni-Muslim and a heavy smoker, we are not sure if this was opium or tobacco. His father and uncles lost all of their land to the Sikhs when Ranjit Singh came to power.  Ranjit Singh was communist-minded, he didn’t like the idea that a few people owned all the land and oppressed the poor (which were the majority), he thus confiscated almost all the land in the Punjab and gave it governmental ownership.  When he died, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his brothers, sisters, wives, cousins and small children moved back to Qadian (the middle of 1839) (see Griffin).  MGA was thus born in early 1840 in Qadian, whereas his cousins Imam ud Din, Nizam ud Din and his older brother Mirza Ghulam Qadir were not, (Ahmadiyya sources dispute this and claim that the Mirza moved back to Qadian as early as the 1820’s).  He was mentioned in some detail by Sir Lepel Griffin in The Punjab Chiefs, a survey of the Punjab’s aristocracy. Ghulam Murtaza was married to Chiragh Bibi and had three surviving children and was known to be a heavy smoker (see ROR of 1939 and ROR of 2009).  

1825–roughly
He was married to Chiragh Bibi (Lady of the Light), he had one daughter that lived and 2 sons that lived, Mirza Ghulam Qadir and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1840).  His entire family lived outside of Qadian at this time, however, Ahmadiyya sources from 1939 assert that the family moved back to Qadian in 1818.  However, this is disproved since we know that MGA’s older brother and older cousins weren’t born in Qadian.

1825–1839
Its unclear what the Mirza family was doing in this time frame.

1833
Mirza Ghulam Qadir is born.

1839
After the death of Ranjit Singh, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza along with his brothers, uncles and other extended family are allowed to move back to Qadian.  MGA even wrote the same in Kitab-Al-Barriya (See Page 9, Kitab al Barriyya, 1898).

The quote—“Return to Qadian in father’s time. Then, during the last days of the rule of Ranjit Singh, my late father, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza, returned to Qadian. The said Mirza sahib received back five villages out of the villages of his father.”

1840
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is born.

1842
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was serving (see Dard) under Jean-Baptiste Ventura, who was an italian that was working with the Sikh empire in terms of armaments and leading armies.  It seems that this Italian was ran out of India when Mahārājā Sher Siṅgh’s assassination happened in September 1843.

1843–1848
During the last days of the Sikh rule an abortive effort was made by some Sikhs to kill Ghulam Murtaza and his brother Mirza Ghulam Muhyuddin in Basrawan, near Qadian, where the two had been confined by them, but they were eventually rescued by their younger brother Mirza Ghulam Haidar (see Dard).  This was the person who’s son went missing and his land was thus in dispute, MGA agreed to transfer the land to Ahmad Beg, however, MGA wanted his daughter to be married to him, the famous case of Muhammadi Begum.

1849
See Dard, pages 17-18.  This proves that the Mirza family turned on the Sikh Empire and was to be awarded.

On June the 11th, 1849, Mr. J. M. Wilson, Financial Commissioner, Lahore, wrote from Lahore to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza:

“””I have perused your application reminding me of you and your family’s past services and rights. I am well aware that since the introduction of the British Government you and your family have certainly remained devoted, faithful and steady subjects and that your rights are really worthy of regard. In every respect you may rest assured and satisfied that the British Government will never forget your family’s rights and services which will receive due consideration when a favourable oppor-tunity offers itself. You must continue to be faithful and devoted subjects as in it lies the satisfaction of the Government as well as your own welfare.“””

1849–1857
This seems to be a time of great prosperity for the Mirza family.  MGA is between ages 9-17.  His father arranges for MGA to have tutors, who co-incidentally smoke opium.  MGA’s father was a “heavy smoker” also, hence, he probably didn’t care. (Adapted from The Review of Religions, April 1939, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 4).  

1857
Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his brothers, sons and nephews, except MGA served in the British military and helped kill the Sepoy mutineers.  MGA stays at home, most likely because of his broken right arm.  Mirza Sultan Ahmad is just an infant.  Mirza Ghulam Murtaza provided the British government with 50 horses and 50+ soldiers and thus were able to help the British at their most vulnerable time (see Dard page 19).

1856
Mirza Sultan Ahmad is born.

1860
Mirza Fazl Ahmad is born.

1861
Mirza Ghulam Murtaza would introduce MGA to people as a “girlie-man”.  MGA was not allowed to take part in any part of his 2 sons’ lives.  In fact, as long as MGA’s dad was alive, he kept MGA in-check and thus wouldn’t allow MGA display his “religious fervour”.

1862–1865
Mirza Ghulam Murtaza stops MGA from trying to teach his religion to Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazl Ahmad, who are both under 10 years old.  MGA was considered a “backwards-mullah” by his own father and was thus shunned.

1865
According to the Settlement of 1865 (with the British govt. see Punjab Chiefs), the Mirza estate was divided into five parts; two-fifths belonged to the descendants of Mirza Tasadduq Jilani, two fifths to those of Mirza Gul Muhammad, and one-fifth to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza as the managing proprietor (see Dard page 68).  In fact, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was the “head of the family”, even the Punjab Chiefs, his name is listed under the header.

1865, MGA and Imam ud Din go to pickup their families pension money, the first payment
MGA and his cousin Imam ud Din go to Delhi to pickup their respective monies.  A 3rd cousin must have also went along to get his part of the pension.  MGA never returned how and squandered all the money.  Ahmadiyya sources blame MGA’s cousin, however, this is a blatant lie.  MGA was punished by his father by making MGA work in Sialkot and MGA was never able to see his mother again.

1867
The Mirza family sues each other over land disputes (see dard page, 714).  Mirza Ghulam Murtaza is also a party to a law-suit between Ghulam Jeelani (also spelled Jilani) and Imam Din.  Jeelani was given 2/5 of the 700 rupees as well as many parcels of land.  Imam Din won the case with Mirza Ghulam Murtaza also an owner.  This would play out later in the case of the wall.

1869
MGA’s mother dies and is buried.  MGA is finally allowed to return to Qadian.

1869–1874
For 5 years, there is nothing to report from Qadian.

1874–1876
Dard tells us that Mirza Sultan Ahmad wrote articles in defense of Islam and had them published by a newspaper, the Mushur-e-Muhammadi.  See Dard, page 57.  Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s essays were published in these editions, Manshur-e-Muhammadi (Vol. 3, No. 23; Vol. 5, No. 1; Vol. 5, No. 4; Vol. 5, No. 13; Vol. 6, Nos. 2 &. 30).  Later on, Mirza Sultan Ahmad never accepted any of MGA’s claims of divine revelation or etc.

Roughly 1876
He has the Masjid Aqsa built.  The piece of land on which it stands belonged at that time to the Sikhs, and he bought it at an auction at the very high bid of Rs. 700. He had made up his mind to buy it at any cost, as he wanted to make amends for the worldly pursuits in which he had spent his life. People taunted him for building such a big mosque while there were no worshippers for it. Little did they know that it was to be crowded with devotees, and that the sincerity with which it was built was to be reflected in the necessity to extend it again and again. He also tried to regain possession of the mosque which was converted into a temple; but the legal proceedings he instituted did not meet with any success.  The mosque is situated inside the compound of the family house of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad which now serves as the centre of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in India located close to the White Minaret and important offices of the community

1876-His death
He died in 1876, per Griffin and the 1890 edition of the Punjab Chiefs.  In Kitab ul Barriyya, MGA wrote that when his father died he was 34 or 35 years old.  However, in 1909, “Nuzul ul Masih” was published and MGA said (RK 18 P 495) today is 10 august 1902 ( RK 18 P 495) He says from today 28 years ago my father died. 1902-28= 1874 so mga´s Father died in 1874.  There seems to be an error here, we blame MGA.  MGA was terrible at math.

After his death
After the death of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza, his nephews took Mirza Ghulam Qadir and his MGA to court over the land that was given to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza.  Since he was given 1/5th separately.  MGA’s cousins won the case, thus, when Mirza Sultan Ahmad came into power (1883) he immediately transferred the land to his cousins (see Dard, page 69-70).  This would come to play out in the case of the wall in 1901.

 

The urdu scans from Nuzul ul Masih and Kitab al Bariyya

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/24/mirza-imam-ud-din-the-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/29/22-dancing-girls-were-brought-to-qadian-by-the-mirza-family-1848-ish/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/11/who-is-mirza-nizam-ud-din-1845-the-first-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/09/who-is-mirza-ghulam-muhi-ud-din-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-paternal-uncle-died-in-1866/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/07/the-punjab-chiefs-1909-edition-officially-states-that-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-born-in-1839/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/26/the-mirza-family-was-above-the-law-in-british-india/

https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Life-of-Ahmad.pdf

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/13/who-is-mirza-ghulam-qadir-1833-1883/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/06/mga-was-born-in-1839-per-the-ror-of-june-1906/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/07/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-boycotted-the-funeral-of-his-own-saon-mirza-fazl-ahmad-1904/

http://www.reviewofreligions.org/1573/forefathers-of-the-promised-messiahas/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/06/mgas-right-arm-was-disabled-he-cant-be-sultan-ul-qalam/

http://www.reviewofreligions.org/1573/forefathers-of-the-promised-messiahas/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/13/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-not-allowed-to-teach-his-eldest-sons/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

Sir Lepel H. Griffin (1865), The Panjab Chiefs, Online: apnaorg.com. pp.381-2

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/08/even-in-1907-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-still-lusting-for-his-niece-muhammadi-begum/

 

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Who is Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din? Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s paternal uncle (died in 1866)

Intro
Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din or spelled as Mirza Ghulam Muhyuddin (died in 1866) was the paternal uncle of MGA, as well as the father of Imam ud Din, Nizam ud din, Kalam ud Din and their 2 sisters (see Punjab Chiefs) MGA’s brother married one of these sisters, Hurmat Bibi was her name.

He enlisted in military service with the Sikhs in 1839
After Ranjit Singh died, Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din and his brothers, father and uncles were finally allowed to move back to Qadian (see 1865 edition).  MGA was born soon thereafter.

They served in the Sikh military for 9 years, until 1848
The Mirza family served the Sikhs as much as possible and to the end.  When the Sikhs lost the Second Anglo-Sikh War, the Mirza family seems to have been immediately hired by the British government as military men.

1848, the siege of Multan
Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din served for the British military during this siege.  His brother (MGA’s father also), they seem to have suddenly left the Sikh military and joined the British.

The 1857 Sepoy mutiny
Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din’s brother, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (MGA’s father) was honored by the British family for killing the sepoy’s who had mutinied.  Mirza Imam ud Din also served as a Risaldar in Hodson’s horse (cited from ‘The Sepoy Rebellion of 1857-59 by AH Amin’)(original citation:  Pages-41 & 42-Chiefs and Families of Note in the Punjab-Volume Two, by Sir Lepel Griffin and revised by W.L Conran and H.D Craik, Civil and Military Gazette Press, Lahore-1910) during the Siege of Delhi.  The British government thus allowed Mirza Imam ud Din to break the law with impunity.

The Mirza brothers are given a 700 rupee pension for the rest of their life and propriety rights over 7 neighboring villages
Since they were so loyal to the British, they earned a 700 rupee a year pension plus propriety rights over 7 villages.  As well as tax collector status.  No other Muslim family in the Punjab was favored as such.  This includes all of MGA’s paternal uncles, Ghulam Muhammad, Ghulam Mustafa and Ghulam Haider.  By 1883, all of these uncles and cousins of MGA were issueless and had died.  Ghulam Haider’s had also died by 1883 and his only son Ghulam Husain was officially missing.

1864-1865—MGA and Mirza Imam ud Din go pick up their families pension
This pension of 700 rupees was supposed to be for the whole family to split up,It seems that the settlement court case of 1865 divided up the money of the Mirza family.  However, MGA and his cousin-brother Mirza Imam ud Din never come home with the money until they spend it all frivolously.  MGA was punished by being sent to Sialkot and never being allowed to see his mother ever again.

1868
Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din dies.  The same year, MGA’s mother dies and he returns to Qadian after the funeral.  His grandon also died, the son of Mirza Ghulam Qadir.

His children?
He had 5 children in total, they are as follows:

1—Mirza Nizam ud Din, the eldest son, was still alive in 1909, had one son died in 1907, Dil Muhammad. The other son is Gul Muhammad, who was raised by Mirza Imam ud Din.  He had a daughter who died at age 25 roughly during the Muhammadi Begum saga, she had an infant child which was probably raised by the extended family (See Dard also).
2—Mirza Imam ud Din had one daughter, she was married to Mirza Sultan Ahmad in roughly the early 1880’s.  They had a 2 sons.  Mirza Aziz Ahmad and Mirza Rashid Ahmad both became Ahmadi.
3—Mirza Kamal ud Din, was still alive in 1909, no male children.
4—Hurmat Bibi (1830 to 1927), she married her first cousin, MGA’s brother, Mirza Ghulam Qadir, they had 2 children, one daughter died as an infant, the son died in 1868.  Per Ahmadiyya sources, she converted to Ahmadiyya in 1916.
5—-Umar-un-Nissa, she was married to Mirza Ahmad Beg (See Mujadid e Azim, english abridged version).  The daughter of Umar-un-Nissa and Mirza Ahmad Beg was the famous Muhammadi Begum, she had 2 sisters, Inayat Begum and Mahmooda Begum.  They also had a brother named Muhammad Beg.  Ahmadiyya sources claim that they call converted to Ahmadiyya.

The grandchildren of Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din ?
Muhammadi Begum, her brother Muhammad Beg and Gul Muhammad who was the son of Mirza Nizam ud Din.

The great grand children of Mirza Ghulam Muhi-ud-Din?
We have only found 2, Mirza Aziz Ahmad and Mirza Rashid Ahmad.  The Al-Fazl of 1919 reports that only one girl was left alive in this family by 1919, and even she converted to Ahmadiyya.

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/who-is-mirza-aziz-ahmad-the-eldest-grandson-of-mga-the-son-of-mirza-sultan-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=pension

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Anglo-Sikh_War

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/24/mirza-imam-ud-din-the-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

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Ahmadiyya mosque vandalized in Sialkot, May–2018, but it’s all Ahmadi’s fault, since they were trying to build a museum to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Intro
The Ahmadiyya Movement is not persecuted in Pakistan at all, its all a lie for asylum.  The Mirza family want’s Ahmadi’s out of Pakistan so that they give more money to the Mirza family and then Mirza Masroor Ahmad can spend it on growing his family fortune, i.e. through the purchase of land all around the world.  In today’s case of fake Ahmadiyya persecution, we have read reports of how an official Ahmadiyya building was demolished by the Sialkot city authorities, since it was being constructed without the proper approval.  This house was owned by the father Mir Hamid Sialkoti.  Further, Maulvi Abdul Karim was born on the same street.

A museum dedicated to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?
A few months/years ago, the Ahmadiyya jamaat bought the house where MGA used to stay from 1864–1868.  They bought it with the intention to turn it into a sort of mural/museum dedicated to MGA.  If our readers remember correctly, MGA was forced into an exile by his father in 1864, this was because MGA was sent to pickup his family’s yearly pension money, MGA went with his big brother/cousin, Imam ud Din.  They both never returned home, they were on the run for most likely a year, until finally the money ran out.  MGA must have sent a letter home asking if he could return, however, his father banished him from Qadian, and specifically told MGA that he would never see his mother again, and would have to work in Sialkot, for a small wage.  Thus, MGA moved to Sialkot and lived there for 4 years, he never saw his children or his family, finally, MGA’s mother died and he was called back to Qadian.

Muslims of Pakistan explain the situation

If Ahmadi’s are facing genocide, why were they able to buy this property? 
Ahmadi’s are working hard to be declared as under genocide, they are doing this to get more Ahmadi’s out of pakistan and into the west so that the mirza family can reap the benefit of chanda money.

Other Ahmadi mosque related issues in Pakistan
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Chakwal

Remember…in this disturbance, an ahmadi security guard murdered a Muslim

Rabwah is trouble free
It should be noted…Rabwah is free from all of these types of incidents,

The real news report of what really happened
“””Gali Hassamuddin in Sialkot is a place where Mirza Qadiani had stayed in a rented house during his exile after he stole pension Money of his father and he remained a low grade Court clerk.

For many years Qadianis were planning to build a Mirza Ghulam Qadiani Museum here. They have purchased this house with one adjacent to it on the pattern of Allama Iqbal Museum which is very near from here. Majority of population in this place are sunny muslims on their protest the work was stopped. At distance from here there is a Qadiani temple known as Baituzzikar which was closed for many years.

Few days back Qadiani’s again started the construction work which sent a wave of anger among muslim of area. So they approached Local administration which allowed demolish of the building.””””

Why was the mosque vandalized?
Here at this blog, we don’t promote any violence against anyone, nor do we promote vandals.  However, we know how things work in 3rd world countries, which is the majority of the planet.  In this case, the Muslims of Sialkot were aggravated because of the illegal building, and took it tooo far and vandalized an Ahmadi place of worship.

The scans

Some additional pics

Some newspaper/other reports
https://www.dawn.com/news/1409714

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Hakeem Mufti Fazl ur Rehman was suspended by the Ahmadiyya Anjuman, and re-instated by MGA based on corruption

Intro
As we continue to dig into the early history of Ahmadiyya, we continue to find new facts that support the idea that the majority of MGA’s team of writers, mullahs and speakers were fast friends, and in this case relatives of Noorudin.  In this specific case, we cover Hakeem Mufti Fazl ur Rehman, he was listed amongst the first 313 companions of MGA (although 313 is only men, the women push the number past 313, perhaps at Badr only men were also counted).  See Dard, page 846, online edition.  Interestingly enough, there is another companion of MGA with almost the same name, its #246–“”Mufti Fadlur Rahman (withwife), Bhera.””(See Dard, page 851).  We are calling the first entry as the true descriptor, based on the title “Hakim”, however, this could be a double entry by the Qadiani-mullah team.

Furthermore, Nooruddin’s first wife is mentioned here, she isn’t mentioned much in Ahmadiyya literature.  Noorudin had 9 sons and 5 daughters with his first wife, Noorudin doesn’t seem to have spent much time with his family.  In 1889, he married again, we have to assume that his young wife immediately moved in with him in Jammu or wherever he was working in 1889.

Noorudin’s children from his first marriage seem to have totally rejected Ahmadiyya, within Noorudin’s lifetime even.  His children from his second wife also have left Ahmadiyya, the one daughter that married into the MGA family, her children are unaccounted for in the history of Ahmadiyya.  1. Amatul Qayyum, daughter, 2. Amatul Rashid, daughter, 3. Mirza Khalil Ahmad, son, they were born from 1914 to 1924.

The reference
MUFTI MUHAMMAD SADIQ IN HIS BOOK ZIKR E HABIB PAGE 58

The Quote
“””Hakeem Mufti Fazl ur Rehman, when he was a teacher in the Talimul Islam School, went on leave to his native town Bhera. He sta
yed there beyond the leave period. Anjuman (the governing body), issued a notice to him to resume his duties but he did not turn up to his duty, despite receipt of notice. The Anjuman placed him under suspension.
When he returned to Qadian, his maternal aunt, who happened to be his mother in law and whose name was Fatima Bibi, was with him. Fatima Bibi who was first wife of Khalifa Awwal Hakim Nuruddin, went to Hazrat Masih e Moud (MGQ) and complained that the Anjuman has dismissed her son in law from the service. Hazrat Sahib immediately wrote a letter to the Secretary of Anjuman and got him restored on the job.”””

Related essays

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/30/ahmadi-teachers-at-the-talim-ul-islam-high-school-were-corrupt-they-would-pass-mirza-basheer-uddin-mahmud-ahmad-even-when-he-failed/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/06/30/the-british-govt-donated-25000-rupees-for-the-talim-ul-islam-high-school-in-qadian-in-1909/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/09/fast-times-at-qadian-high-adultery-and-immorality-of-mahmud-ahmad-and-company/

 

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Before Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad took a loan from a Hindu on interest

Intro
As we continue to dig into the life of MGA before Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya we see a pattern that has developed, i.e., that MGA was a good-for-nothing-lazy-punjabee-fraudster.  In this specific instance, we have found information which proves that MGA never had property valued at 10,000 rupees in 1879.  In fact, in those days, MGA’s brother was ruling the family dynasty, and MGA’s eldest son (Mirza Sultan Ahmad) had already been chosen to take over the family management of Qadian as soon as MGA’s brother died.  So…when MGA claimed that he would give a reward worth 10,000 rupees if anyone could refute his book, it was all hogwash.  It was all a lie.  In fact, Dard did cover up job and added the idea that MGA had property worth 10,000 in 1879 (see Life of Ahmad by Dard, page 91).  Most of this correspondance was recorded by MGA in his book Shahn-e-Haq (1887).

MGA was penniless in 1884
Even after getting money sent to him by many rich Muslims, by 1884, MGA was broke (see Dard, “Life of Ahmad”, page 134).  He had no money, he relied on his friends to send him money.  In Qadian however, MGA had no bills to pay, all he needed was money for food and transportation.

The income tax case of 1898 proves that MGA was broke in 1884
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/10/04/the-british-government-allowed-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-to-operate-tax_free/

Also see “Life of Ahmad”, Dard, page 595.  By 1898, MGA was claiming that his annual income was 7200 rupees, of which roughly 70% came from MGA’s followers.  MGA claimed to own some land, but not very much, he didn’t list his own house as property in the case, nor did he list any of his properties in Qadian.

Additional info
In Maktoobate Ahmadiyya page 36, Vol-5, Number 3 there is a letter that Mirza wrote to Munshi Rustam Ali on 9th May, 1887, that he wanted to set up a printing press at Qadian which will cost Rs. 1500/- So He shall be thankful, if loan of Rs.400. Is given to him. He says That he will arrange balance Rs. 800 or 900/. from some other place.
It proves that either Mirza was a penny less even in 1887 or he wanted to mint money from simple fellows.

Summary of the situation

When Mirza Qadiani published Ishtihar with challenge if somebody publishes satisfactory answers to his book Baraheen e Ahmadiayya he would pay a reward of Rs. 10,000/-, Pandit Lekhram said in his book Takzib e Baraheen e Ahmadiyya that announcement of cash reward of Rs10,000/- by Mirza Qadiani, was only a lie and deceit because Mirza Qadiani,s total moveable and immoveable property was not worth Rs.10,000/- at that time because all men and women Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs knew the state of insolvency and indebtedness of Mirza Qadiani.

This can also be judged from the fact that after marriage with Nusrat Jehan, Mirza remained a permanent guest of his father in law. Mir Nasir Nawab was a Draught man at Canal Irrigation Department. Wherever he was transferred and moved, he found Mirza there as an uninvited guest. Mirza spent many years at Ludhiana and Ambala Cantonment, breaking the breads at his fathers in law,s house.

In those days Mirza obtained a loan on interest from a Hindu Mahajin (a money lender) of Ambala Cantonment. After publishing and country vide sale of Baraheen e Ahmadiyya Mirza Qadiani got financially eased out a bit, he wrote two letters to this Hindu Mahajin to get his loan settled, calculate and receive the amount payable by him.

But unfortunately for him, his letters reached to the hands of Hindu Ariyas of Qadian. These ariyas, just to show the world that Mirza took loan on interest whereas usury is not allowed in Islam, published these two letters. Mirza Qadiani wrote these letters to Bishan Singh Ambalvi. The publication of these two letters, infuriated Mirza Qadiani.

Clarifying his position, in his Book Shahna e Haq page 37- 39, Mirza Qadiani writes:-

“ in this objection the factual position is only that I have wrote to a Hindu shopkeeper to settle my old accounts which was long pending and receive money and return the loan security. Although I don,t exactly remember the text yet I think somewhere i had requested him not to disclose that he has been called for the settlement of loan. So that our enemy may not do false propaganda. Yet Ariyas with few bad character peoples of Qadiani stole these letters which is a theft and a cognizable offence under the criminal laws. Actually these evil minded, tried to steal some money from the cash box of Bishan Singh in his absence and got hold of these two letters. After which these criminals in collusion with each others published these letters just for the defamation of us. Lala Bishan Singh being a gentle man did not bring the case to the court as these were business letters, publishing of which is a cognizable offence. So in my opinion a suit should be filed against this theft”.

(Quoted by Rafiq Dilawari in his book Raees e Qadian).

The scans


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