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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, #Ahmadiyya, plague and #coronavirus #covid19

Chronologically, it all started with MGA’s announcement of 2-6-1898, which formed a portion of the book, Ayyam-us-Sulh, it was published in both Persian and Urdu. The Persian edition was published on August 1, 1898, but the Urdu edition was not published until January 1, 1899, because of the need to provide answers to some additional questions in the book. MGA and his team then decided to hold a meeting of Ahmadi’s on May 2, 1898, in Qadian. About a thousand people attended the meeting (See Hidden Treasures). Shortly thereafter, MGA and his team wrote a book entitled, “A Revealed cure for Bubonic Plague” (1898). Full PDF—A revealed Cure for Bubonic Plague. In this book, MGA and his team prescribed 2 medicines against the plague, “Tiryaq-e-Ilahi” and “Marham-i-Esa”. Ayyamus-Sulah was published on Jan-1-1899, and it contains many things about the plague, its not in english, thus we don’t exactly what it contains, the same announcement of 2-6-1898 is also included. Hani Tahir (at the 18:45 mark) tells us that in Ayyam-us-Sulh, MGA wrote a revelation which said, “O Messiah of this world, our impression”, MGA then quotes Quran, 8:33 (8:34 in the Ahmadi quranic numbering system) and says that this revelations means the same as 8:33, i.e., that Allah would not punish people as long as MGA was among them. In Oct of 1899, Ahmadiyya medicines were banned, however, Ahmadiyya leadership seems to have filed an appeal, however, the appeal was rejected and the ban was held up in 1900 (see Walter, page 42). By 1902, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (MGA) specifically claimed that biological pandemics had been unleashed on planet Earth as a result of the majority of humans rejecting his wild claims of prophethood/messengership, being the second coming of Jesus (as) and etc (see page 17 of “”Defence Against the Plague & A Criterion for the Elect of God” {published in April of 1902} online english edition of 2015), when his opponents died of plague, MGA boasted about it in many books, he even quoted the Quran and wrote: “We do not punish a people until a Prophet has been sent to them.’-(Bani Isra’il, 17:16)(see page 10, “Tajalliyat-e-Ilahiyyah”,1922). In “”Defence Against the Plague & A Criterion for the Elect of God”, MGA claimed that this plague was a punishment from his God and it would not be lifted from Earth “until people remove from their minds the thoughts that surge therein; that is to say, until they accept the commissioned one and Messenger of God. Almighty God will guard Qadian against the scourge of plague so that people should recognise that this was so because the Messenger and Apostle of God lives in Qadian” (see page 11). MGA also claimed to have received a revelation to the effect that Qadian would not be touched with plague in 1902 and included it in this book. In typical backward-village standards, MGA boasted that he had predicted the spread of the plague as early as 1880-1884 in the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, however, no such reference exists(see page 17 of “”Defence Against the Plague & A Criterion for the Elect of God”, online english edition of 2015). He even claimed that an indication of the plague was given in “The Green Announcement” of 1888, again another lie. MGA had a habit of making words mean whatever he needed them to mean, whether it was his older books, or the Quran/hadith. “Noah’s Ark” was published in October of 1902, MGA medicines were on the verge of a full ban and MGA began to urge his followers to give in and take the British colonists’ vacinnation, or innoculation, however, most indian’s feared that the British government had purposely started this plague as an attempt to control the population and thus never got vaccinated. MGA wrote that he had previously ordered his followers to not get vaccinated only because of messages from his God, but now he was urging all Ahmadi’s to get the vaccination. MGA also seems to have amended his prophecy of just 4-5 months previously, and amended it to include only those people who were living in the 4-walls of his house, which meant his workers and family, among the workers who lived with MGA were Muhammad Ali, Noorudin, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi and a few others. MGA refused to get vaccinated, and all the people in his house would also do the same, that was about 50-60 people. He continues to walk-back his prophecy on the total protection of Qadian, he says that #Ahmadis who don’t fully abide by their bait, may also die, he even went so far as to say that a few residents of Qadian might also die. He goes on to say that non-Ahmadi’s will die at a higher percentage than Ahmadi’s and people will run to join Ahmadiyya as a result of this plague and thus save themselves from death. In November of 1902, in MGA’s book, “Ijaz-e-Ahmadi”, MGA claimed that the Jews were punished via plague during the time of the first messiah, and likewise people would be punished a second time in the same manner for rejecting the 2nd messiah (See page 37, online english edition), he even wrote a poem in this book wherein he asserted that he prayed that the plague would destroy the entire country. In February of 1903, in MGA’s book, “Nasim-e-Da‘wat”, MGA continued “walking-back” his prophecy about the protection of Qadian, thus proving that the plahue had hit Qadian by the Fall of 1902. Interestingly, Ahmadiyya sources report from historical sources that there was a huge increase in Ahmadi’s at this moment, the population of Ahmadi’s jumped from just a few hundred to almost 300,000, however, this was a total lie, these numbers were totally falsified in an attempt to show the world that people were joining Ahmadiyya as a result of the plague. In April of 1904, the Talim ul Islam High School was forced to shut down as a result of plague. Later, in 1904, people in Qadian started dying, even in MGA’s own house Muhammad Ali (who was a teacher at the Talim ul Islam High school seemed to have been infected with the plague and barely survived. In the early part of 1905, an Ahmadi, the editor of the Al-Badr, Muhammad Afdhal died of plague, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was immediately promoted to editor in response. By the summer of 1905, MGA backpeddled on his prophecy again, since the plague was raging in Qadian and claimed that his revelations meant that the entire village of Qadian would not be destroyed. Maulvi Abdul Karim also died in 1905, in October, he died abruptly and most likely of plague, however, Ahmadiyya sources have covered up this story. Farquhar reports that by roughly 1904, the British govt. banned MGA’s quack remedy and thus put an end to his medical career (“Modern Religous Movements in India” (1915). “Marham-i-Esa” seems to have survived however, and was marketed in the Al-Fazl until roughly 1947. After 1906, the plague seems to have totally left British India. However, the Spanish Flu hit in 1918 and the Khalifa was infected and almost died, he even wrote out his will and cancelled the Jalsa of 1918. Nevertheless, MGA mentioned the plague many times in 1906-1907 in Haqiqatal Wahy (the word plague appears 412 times) and in Barahin i Ahmadiyya Vol.5 (the word plague appears 42 times), in the BA5, he wrote a poem and said, “”You even sent the plague for my help, To fulfil those Signs which are the basis of truth.””. Another book, “Nuzul ul Masih” (published in 1909) also contains lots of references to the plague. The last book of MGA was published in 1922, “DIVINE MANIFESTATIONS” (Tajalliyat-e-Ilahiyyah), MGA and his team of writers claimed that the plague was supposed to come via God’s promise. Even in the English-ROR of April-1911, Ahmadi’s presented MGA’s prophecy of plague.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Announcement concerning ‘the Plague’, dated-February 6, 1898, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 3, p. 5 and Ayyamus- Sulah

Ahmadiyya sources claim that MGA made an announcement on 2-6-1898 about the plague. However, the only source for this is Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 3, p. 5, which was published after MGA died, thus it is most likely tampered with. Nevertheless, we have reproduced the text of that via the 2009 online english edition of Tadhkirah, review Hani Tahir’s comments here also (at the 1:50 mark).

Announcement of Plague, February 6, 1898, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 3, p. 5, Ayyamus-

Sulah, p. 121, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 4, p. 361, via the 2009 online edition of Tadhkirah, pages 406-407

“””(A) Today, Sunday February 6, 1898, I saw in a dream that God’s angels were planting black trees in different parts of the Punjab. Those trees were very ugly, black in colour, terrifying and of small size. I asked some of those who were planting them: What kind of trees are these? They
answered: These are trees of the plague which is about to spread in the country. It remained unclear to me whether it was said that the plague would spread during the coming winter or the winter after, but it was a terrible sight which I saw.”””

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The plague ravaged Qadian, contrary to MGA’s prophecies

My brother Hani Tahir has found and translated many writings of MGA in terms of how the plague was ravaging Qadian. We have posted the data in the below. We found this data on an old ahmadiyya awareness website. MGA had claimed in the early part of 1902 that Qadian would remain safe from the plague, he even fabricated a revelation to prove his point, nevertheless, he failed in this prophecy, like all the others.

The Data

(Dafi-ul-Bala, P. 10-11)
“He (Allah) shall protect and defend Qadian against plague even though it will be on the rampage for seventy years, for Qadian is the dwelling place of His Apostle and in this are signs for nations.”

It seems that the plague began to kill people in Qadian since the year 1904, as MGA wrote in a letter:

“The elder ‘Guthan’ had suffered a fever, so she was removed out of the house. But in my opinion she is not infected with plague, but she was removed as a matter of precaution. Also Mr Mohammed Dean was infected and a boil has appeared as well, for this reason he was also removed too. What is happening is that a few days ago the plague has started to get worse here also, but the situation is better than before … In this village, most of the children who were previously sick or weak have died… and now the main thing is that the plague has not retreated significantly. In our house, one of the female guests was infected today” (letter to Nawab Khan on April 6, 1904)

Maktubat-i-Ahmadiyya, Vol 5, P. 115
“Today, another woman who was visiting us and had come from Delhi was also struck with plague. I also fell seriously ill and I felt that between me and death were only a few seconds.”

In June 1905, Abdul Qader Biddle wrote a letter to MGA, in which he said:
“You have predicted that the plague will not spread in Qadian and that none of your followers will be afflicted with this deadly disease, but what happened is the opposite.”
So MGA wrote to him:

“I did not predict that no one from Qadian will die, and the prophecy about Qadian is as follows: “If it were not for the honour, the status would have been destroyed” i.e. Allah the Almighty is saying that if you were not dear to Me, I would have destroyed all the people in Qadian, because most of the people of this village are wicked and are of evil nature…”
MGA then continued:

“The prophecy says that Allah will save Qadian from mass destruction, meaning that Qadian will not be fully destroyed like other villages in these suburbs that were destroyed leaving no remains behind” (Letter to Abdul Qader Biddle published in Al Badr newspaper on June 22, 1905)

There is no doubt that MGA was lying when he alleged that the other villages in these suburbs were destroyed leaving no remains behind. Although I have no statistics on the number of fatalities in Qadian or their numbers in surrounding villages, yet it is clear that in Qadian they were more, because of the following evidences:

Firstly, what was published in the same letter itself, where MGA says:

“The owner of the newspaper “Pisa”… published a list of the residents of Qadian who died of plague, and in fact many of them did not die of plague, and we cannot deny that some other people may die of plague in Qadian at other times, but not as much as the newspaper “Pesa” says. It is essential that people in Qadian should die because of the plague so that the prophecy can be fulfilled. So from where did you hear that I published a revelation indicating that people would not die of plague in Qadian? And your saying that ‘Shkarbour’ Darul Aman meaning Qadian, this is mockery and misconduct before Allah the Almighty. We do not know what the Divine power is concealing concerning “Shkarpoor” after the offensive words that came out of your mouth (a letter published in Al Badr Newspaper on the 22nd of June 1905)

So as the newspaper has mentioned the list of names of those who died of the plague, and MGA was unable to deny these names, nor to give an example of a name that is untrue or unrealistic, then the list is undoubtedly true. 

Secondly, as for saying that some of them died because of another reason, he did not give examples for this, which indicates the invalidity of what he said.  Thirdly, MGA did not object to what Abdul Qader said concerning Shkarpour that it was Darul Aman referring to Qadian, he even confirmed this when he said: “We do not know what the Divine power is concealing concerning “Shkarpoor” after the offensive words that came out of your mouth”!!

So this text contains three proofs that Qadian has suffered from the plague more than other places. And this must happen, because MGA’s prophecies are fulfilled in reverse.
The fourth proof is in the following revelation that MGA was forced to fabricate in 1906 and his interpretation of it. And that is:

“The diseases will spread, and the souls will be lost.”

And MGA said commenting on this revelation:

“I have received this revelation before, and I received it today also, and I am worried about it, because I do not know if it is related to Qadian or the Punjab.” (‘Al Hakam’, Volume 10, Issue no. 12, dated 10/4/1906, p. 1)

The fabrication of a revelation concerning the spread of the plague in Qadian in particular indicates that the plague had actually spread in it more than other places. Otherwise he would not have fabricated a revelation regarding his worry about Qadian in particular; even if he brought this up as a possibility. This is because MGA predicts things after they happen, so he wanted here to cover up what happened to Qadian regarding the spread of the plague in a very noticeable way.

Thus, it is clear that Qadian was afflicted by the plague more than other places.
We are very much inclined to think that Mubarak the son of MGA has died of the plague in September 1907, as we have shown in a previous article.

As for the reason why MGA has not died of plague, it is because cholera was more humiliating for him as he believes, So Allah chose for him what was appropriate for him, and He caused his son and his wife and her father to relate the last hours of MGA, which indicated Allah’s displeasure with MGA as was the case with the Pharaoh, and to bring to light the similarity between MGA and the Pharaoh; as both were unjust tyrants who enslaved their people and followers.
Hani Tahir- 15th of April 2018

The plague destroys Qadian and kills the most important in the house …
Episode 2:
On the 4th of May 1904, Maulwi Muhammad Ali, the director and editor of the ‘Review of Religions’ magazine, fell ill and he had headache and fever symptoms. He thought that these were the symptoms of the plague. When this reached MGA, he went immediately to the Maulwi and said to him: “If you are afflicted with the plague while you are in my house, then the Divine revelation that descended upon me which says: ‘I will protect everyone in the house’ is not true and all what I am doing is also not true.” Then he checked his pulse and assured him that he had no fever at all. (Malfoozat, quoting ‘Al Badr’ 8-16/5/1904, p. 4)

Ten months later someone who was to MGA on the same status like Maulwi Muhammad Ali, died of plague. This was the editor of Al Badr newspaper, which quoted MGA’s statement above. 

MGA wrote:

“Today, 20/3/1905, Muhammad Afdhal was afflicted by the plague, and at that very moment I received about someone – Allah knows who – the following revelation: ‘the prey of death’.
Muhammad Afdhal died on 21/3/1905. (Al Tathkirah, quoting the notebook of the revelations of MGA) take heed, O you who have sight. Hani Tahir – 16th of April 2018

But MGA hid the reason for his death in the announcement, where he wrote in the announcement about the appointment of Mufti Muhammad Sadiq as director of the newspaper ‘Al-Badr’:

“Munshi Muhammad Afdhal, the director of Al Badr newspaper, has died as Allah willed and determined” The humble servant, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, 23 Muharram Al Haraam 1323 AH, 30 March 1905. (Malfoozat, quoting Al-Hakam, 17/4/1905)

Note that in his publication of this announcement, MGA hid that the cause of Muhammad Afdhal’s death was the plague, but in his notebook he wrote that he died of plague. Ten months earlier, he testified that if Muhammad Ali died of plague, then MGA’s revelation was false.  The son of Muhammad Afdhal also died by plague before the death of his father, MGA wrote in a letter:

“The plague began to intensify in Qadian, the son of Mian Muhammad Afdhal, the editor of ‘Al Badr’ magazine is on the verge of death, he caught cold and pneumonia, and it seems that he is breathing his last breaths, and crying and mourning is in all directions. We call upon Allah to cause the descent of His grace… In this case I think that it is very fitting that you do not come at all until the end of April 1905, a sword is doing its work in the world, may Allah have mercy on it. Everything else is alright by the Grace of Allah. (a letter to Nawwab Khan without a date, but the date of the letter before it, is the 12th of January 1905)

It is very clear that the plague has destroyed Qadian more than other places, to increase the credibility of the fact that the prophecies of MGA were fulfilled in reverse, and most probably the son of MGA died of the plague, while months after that MGA himself followed him and died of cholera.

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What is Marham-i-Esa? The ointment of Esa?

In 1895, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (and his team of writers) introduced the existence of a special medicinal ointment known as the Marham-i ‘Isa (ointment of Jesus). MGA and his team of writers claimed that over 1000 books of medicine mention this ointment, however, that is a lie, MGA and his team were the first group of humans to ever mention the Marham-i ‘Isa (ointment of Jesus).

Per MGA and his team, when Jesus was taken down from the cross and enshrouded before burial, a medicinal ointment, the Marham-i ‘Isa was applied to his wounds. Intuitively, Ghulam Ahmad asked why anyone would apply a medicinal ointment to the wounds of a dead body. However, this is written any book. Ghulam Ahmad was convinced that the application of the Marham-i ‘Isa to Jesus’ wounds conclusively showed that a few of the disciples must have known that Jesus was still alive after the crucifixion. It is not unreasonable or unlikely to presume that many products, including miracle ointments, have been falsely attributed to great religious figures like Jesus in the past. Until there is evidence to suggest otherwise, there is nothing conclusive to substantiate the origins of the Marham-i Isa and Ghulam Ahmad’s claim.

In 1898, MGA and his team of writers were asserting that the Marham i Esa could prevent the plague if applied to the glands (which is a lie). 

In 1899, a follower of MGA (Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore) seems to have invented Marham-e-Isa also spelled as Marham-i-Esa and began selling it, its ingredients are unknown. However, the British government immediately stopped him (See Dard). In 1914, Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore became a Lahori-Ahmadi. He was taught medicine by Noorudin (see “HAKEEM NOOR-UD-DEEN”, page 151).

In 2020, the Khalifa, Mirza Masroor Ahmad took a fall and hurt his face. In the next Friday sermon, he claimed to have used the Marham i Esa to cure his wounds.
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Did Mirza Masroor Ahmad’s top security guard die of #coronavirus #covid19 ??

We are hearing #ahmadis all over twitter telling the world how Lala Nasir Saeed who had been serving as a senior security guard of 3 Khalifa’s over the past 45 years, has now abruptly died. He was admitted into the hospital just a few days ago as a result of a chest infection and a heart attack (these reports are from Ahmadi sources only). Why did MGA claim that only “true” Ahmadi’s would survive these types of pandemics? Ahmadi’s will be forced to face the fact that MGA lied about the plague and everything else. It’s no secret, corona virus has effected many Ahmadi’s as did the plague of 1896–1914. Recently, the canadian-Ahmadi jamaat was ordered to tell the world that Mirza Masroor Amnad and homeopathic medicines won’t save you from the #coronavirus #covid19 issue. However, the German-Ahmadi jamaat is still pushing homeopathic meds to its members.


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The history of Ahmadiyya in Bombay, India (Mumbai)

In the census of British India of 1901, there were roughly 12,000 Ahmadi’s in India (see Griswold, 1912), out of the roughly 12,000 Ahmadi’s, 1,113 were Ahmadi’s in the Punjab, the United Provinces reported 931 Ahmadi’s and the Bombay presidency reported 10,000 Ahmadi’s (Griswold thought this number was exaggerated). Why would there be more Ahmadi’s in the Bombay area then in the Punjab? Thus, this number is inaccurate (see Walter, Chapter VI). By 1911, there were NO Ahmadi’s left in Bombay. Interestingly, the plague broke out in Bombay in 1896 and MGA made many prophecies about it.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Ahmadiyya mosque’s in Bombay in 2020

–Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque–YMCA International Hotel, 17, YMCA Rd, Opposita, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400008, India
–Ahmadi Masjid Asalpha–Bhim Nagar, Asalpha, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400072, India
–Masjid Ahmadi–107, TPS Colony, Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra
–Ahmadiyya Muslim Cementry–Jerbai Wadia Rd, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400012, India
_____________________________________________________________________________________________By 1896, MGA had barely 2 Ahmadi’s listed in his famous list of the first 313 Ahmadi’s (see Dard) from Bombay, the plague broke out there the very same year. The names are:

–Maulawi Abdul Hakim, Dharwar, Bombay
–Munshi Zainuddin Muhammad Ibrahim, Engineer, Bombay
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1911 census
Griswold tells us that the 1911 census shows 18,695 Ahmadi’s in the Punjab only, he doesn’t give the number for UP or Bombay residency. This is totally in-line with the British government official records.

1921 census
Per the NA of 1974, there were only 30,000 Ahmadi’s in the British India. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, in his newspaper, the Muslim Sunrise, claims 700,000 Ahmadi’s in the world(see page 20).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1931 census
Per the NA of 1974, there were only 56,000 Ahmadi’s in British India.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________1941 census

This census might not have been taken because of WW-2.

In 2011, Nicholas H. A. Evans was told that there were 80,000 to 200,000 Ahmadi’s in India, which is an exaggeration. Per his records, there were roughly 3000 Ahmadi’s in Qadian.
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Hani Tahir vs. Ahmadiyya

Hani Tahir is the famous ex-Ahmadi who was once an employee of Mirza Masroor Ahmad aka AMJI aka the Ahmadiyya Movement. Back in 2008, we have records of his conversations on the old forum, they can be seen herein. From 2008–2015, he was giving arabic tilawat’s at lots of the Ahmadiyya Jalsa’s (2010 Jalsa) and seemed to be an official Qari of the Ahmadiyya Movement. He openly quit Ahmadiyya in August of 2016, see the letter in the below, he made his first video immediately (see here). The Ahmadiyya Movement claims to have kicked him out for espionage. You can listen to Hani Tahir’s exit video in Urdu herein.

Hani Tahir interviewed with Ak Shaikh in January of 2017. In 2017, Hani Tahir gave a list of arabic grammatical errors in MGA’s writings. In 2018, Hani Tahir has wrote a new document (available in english), as he exposed the internal workings of Ahmadiyya Movement. Hani Tahir made a video of MGA’s vulgar language. He even investigated cases of Ahmadiyya “back-dating” references and announcements herein. He exposed the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad herein. He also did a video on plague and the Ahmadiyya context. Hani Tahir explained Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Prophethood, pre-1901 vs post-1901. Hani Tahir explained how Ahmadi’s have distorted hadith.

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“Tajalliyat-e-Ilahiyyah”, quotes and background information

This is the final book of MGA to ever be published, it was published in 1922 (Urdu)via the permission of the Khalifa. The second edition was published in 1936 and the third edition was published in 1950 from Pakistan. These were all in Urdu and before the invention of Ruhani Khuzain.

This book is mostly about MGA’s “Doomsday Earthquake Prophecy”. However, just a few years earlier, the 2nd Khalifa had claimed that MGA’s “Doomsday Earthquake Prophecy” was fulfilled via WW-1.

Al-Khidr is also mentioned.

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Who is Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore aka Marham-i-Esa?

In 1899, a follower of MGA (Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore) seems to have invented Marham-e-Isa also spelled as Marham-i-Esa and began selling it, its ingredients are unknown. However, the British government immediately stopped him (See Dard). In 1914, Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore became a Lahori-Ahmadi. He was taught medicine by Noorudin (see “HAKEEM NOOR-UD-DEEN”, page 151). Continue reading “Who is Hakim Muhammad Husain of Lahore aka Marham-i-Esa?”

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