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In the early 1860’s, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad wrote Sir Syed Ahmad Khan a few letters


Intro

I have written extensively about Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his “theft” of the ideas of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan of Aligarh.  Whether Esa (As) was alive or dead was a “dead” issue in Islamic thought for over 1000 years, then Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wrote his commentary of the Quran in 1880, and had already been writing publicly that Esa (as) was dead in the 1870’s.  In this entry, I am adding some new information to this story.  Afzal Upal has revealed in his book on Ahmadiyya that MGA was actually writing letters to Sir Syed back in the early 1860’s, when he was employed in Sialkot (see page 112).

The reference
“””Since Mirza Sahib liked to debate Christian clerics, Murad Beg who used the nom de guerre
of Mirza Shikasta (and later on Muwahid) and was a resident of Jallandhar, told him, “Syed
Ahmad Khan has written an exegesis of Torah and Injil. If you write to him it may be helpful.”
Thus Mirza Sahib wrote a letter to Sir Syed in Arabic”””. (Shahid, 1958: 97).  See Shahid, Dost Muhammad (1958). Tareekh-e-Ahmadiyyat. Rabwah: Idarat-ul-Musanifeen.

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/12/dard-lied-about-mgas-views-on-esa-as-pre-1891/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/10/24/noorudin-and-abdul-karim-were-influenced-by-sir-syed/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/12/dard-lied-about-mgas-views-on-esa-as-pre-1891/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/11/sir-syed-was-the-first-muslim-in-india-to-ever-say-that-all-hadith-on-the-mahdi-were-weak-mga-copied/

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https://www.alislam.org/library/book/heavenly-sign/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/06/17/nooruddin-urged-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-to-make-the-claim-of-being-like-the-messiah-1882-1884-era/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/06/was-noorudin-the-ghost-writer-of-mga/

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

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

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

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Sir Syed was the first Muslim in India to ever say that all hadith on the Mahdi were weak…MGA copied

Intro
Like I have written before, MGA and his team copied from Sir Syed on almost every single topic, except Jesus in India, that was tooo ridiculous for any human to conjure up.  In this specific case, I have a scan from the writings of Sir Syed, pre–1891, wherein he says that all hadith on the Mahdi are weak and unreliable.  In 1891, MGA claimed to be “jesus”, he then downgraded all hadith on the Mahdi and called them as unreliable.  However, once he heard about he eclipses, he quickly found a super unreliable hadith and called it as reliable and thus made the claim of being the only Mahdi who was to come.

The scan from tahdheeb al ikhlaaq, vol -7, August 1877

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/11/12/dard-lied-about-mgas-views-on-esa-as-pre-1891/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/11/sir-syed-was-the-first-muslim-in-india-to-ever-say-that-all-hadith-on-the-mahdi-were-weak-mga-copied/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/11/sir-syed-was-the-first-muslim-in-india-to-ever-say-that-all-hadith-on-the-mahdi-were-weak-mga-copied/

https://www.alislam.org/library/book/heavenly-sign/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/06/17/nooruddin-urged-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-to-make-the-claim-of-being-like-the-messiah-1882-1884-era/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/09/06/was-noorudin-the-ghost-writer-of-mga/

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

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

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/25/the-ahmadiyya-fraud-on-eclipses-and-the-mahdi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/09/some-hadith-that-prove-that-the-mahdi-and-esa-as-are-two-separate-people/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/11/initially-mga-was-downgrading-all-hadith-on-the-mahdi-1890-1891/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/25/the-ahmadiyya-fraud-on-eclipses-and-the-mahdi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/09/some-hadith-that-prove-that-the-mahdi-and-esa-as-are-two-separate-people/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/09/hadith-on-the-mahdi-scans-and-etc/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/25/mirza-ghulam-ahmad-did-not-claim-to-be-the-mahdi-initially-in-the-early-part-of-1891/

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Sir Syed’s view on Esa (as)–1882

Intro
Obviously, MGA took all of his theories on religion from other people.  Sir Syed began publishing his commentary of the Quran in 1880, however, the section which concerns Esa (as) was published (see Nuzhat Haneef) in 1882, MGA almost immediately began calling himself as “like-esa” or “Maseel-e-Maseeh”.  It’s important to note that it was Noorudin who urged MGA to do so.  Later on, MGA also copied Sir Syed’s swoon theory and passed it off as his own (see Jesus in India, 1908 and Nuzhat Haneef).  MGA also attracted lots of people who were already following Sir Syed’s new ideas on Islam, like Maulvi Abdul Karim and others.  Sir Syed also denied the entire concept of the Mahdi in this era.  The truth is that MGA knew about the new beliefs of Sir Syed as early as 1872 and began to slowly adopt them.  However, he lied about his true beliefs from 1876–1890.

Some Additional data on MGA’s connection to Sir Syed

MGA basically stole Sir Syed’s ideas.  In fact, the name “Ahmadiyya” came from a book that Sir Syed wrote “””Al Khutbat al Ahmadiya”” (1870), in reply to Muir”s “Life of Mahomet”.  Sir William Muir’s “Life of Mahomet” (available online) made some wild allegations against the Prophet Mohammad (saw). Syed Ahmad was greatly disturbed and pained and prepared to write a detailed response in the form of the book “Khutubat-i-Ahmadiya”. He planned to collect research material in England during his trip to England. Syed Ahmad had to endure many financial difficulties for the translation and publication of the book in England. He later expanded upon these ideas in the form of “Tasanif-i-Ahmadiya”.  Maulana Moudoodi declared this book as the first major scholarly work on the life of Prophet.

See—http://www.sirsyedtoday.org/books/?cid=64

The Quotes
i. “Now we must turn to the Holy Quran to see what it says. The Quran makes mention of Jesus’ death in four places … Firstly in Sura Aal Imran, secondly in Sura Ma’ida, … thirdly in Sura Maryam … fourthly in Sura Nisa’. Jesus was not killed by the Jews, either by stoning or by crucifixion, but he died his natural death, and God raised him in rank and status … From the first three verses it is clear that Jesus died a natural death. However, as the Ulama of Islam had followed the Christians, in accepting that Jesus had gone up to heaven alive, before looking at the Quran, so they have tried to interpret some of the words in these verses to accord with their unsound belief.”

(Tafsir Ahmadi by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, vol. ii, p.48)

ii. Referring to the expression ‘in this’ (Arabic: bi-hi) in the verse: ‘And there is none of the People of the Book but will believe in this before his death’ (4:159), which is generally taken to mean in him (i.e. in Jesus) Sir Syed writes:

“This points to the words ‘And their saying: we have killed the Messiah’ [4:157], and to their saying, and not to the Messiah. So this means: ‘All the People of the Book, before their death, will believe that Jesus was killed’. After this it is said: ‘And on the day of Judgment he, i.e. Jesus, will be a witness against them’. The word ‘ala [‘against’] is used to indicate loss or harm. So the meaning is that on the day of Judgment Jesus will be a witness against their belief.”

(Maktub Sir Syed, No. 2, p. 48)

iii. “Jesus spent his early life migrating from one place to another. His later life was not very long, for he was 33 years of age when he died, and at that time there were only 70 people who believed in him.”

(The Ali Garh Magazine, Intikhab No. 1971, p. 48)

See the lahori website.  I copy and pasted from there.

The scan work

 

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

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Noorudin and Abdul Karim were influenced by Sir Syed

Intro
As we all know, Noorudin, Maulvi Abdul Karim and MGA were all influenced by the writings of Sir Syed.  Sir Syed denied all miracles in Islam by 1880, he denied the Islamic creation theory, the return of Esa (as), the arrival of the Mahdi, the physicality of the Mir’aj, all the hadith work, etc etc etc.  Obviously, Noorudin and Abdul Karim knew each other in 1880 and in the below I present data which proves this fact.  They would all eventually join MGA’s team of Mullahs and ghost writers, Maulvi Abdul Karim, Maulvi Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Maulvi Sher Ali, Hakim Fazl Din of Bhera, Noorudin and many others.  Some other people who came independently, yet still joined MGA’s team was Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who was also a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, in fact, uptil his job with MGA, he worked for the founder of the Ahl-e-Hadith sect, Syed Nazeer Husain from Delhi and Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal. Maulvi Muhammad Ali was another, however, he came via Khwaja Kamaluddin and the prominent Ahmadi’s of Lahore.

The Quote
“””Humble servant (yaqoob Ali) narrates that Hazrat Moulvi Nurdin Khalifa Awal- in the beginning also was influenced by the thoughts and ways of Sir Syed. But in the company, and training of Hazrat Sahib (MGA) -slowly the impression of sir syed washed away. Moulvi Abdul Karim also in the beginning were fond of Sir Syed.”””
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Nuzhat Haneef
She wrote about this topic in her book.  Feel free to review that.

Other Data
Lahori-Ahmadis confirmed that Abdul Karim was influenced by Sir Syed (See the HOPE bulletin, Feb 2008).

Afzal Upal references
He mentions that MGA defended the Orthodox views on the return of Esa (as), as opposed to Sir Syed (M. A. Upal, Towards a computational science of culture, in Proceedings of the27th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, page 2568, Lawrence Earlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, 2005). 

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http://www.aaiil.org/text/articles/hope/2008/hope200802_abdulkarimsialkotipromisedmessiah.pdf

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/01/02/mufti-muhammad-sadiq-was-a-student-of-noorudin-pre-1891/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/06/27/maulvi-abdul-kareem-lived-exclusively-with-mga-on-the-3rd-floor-of-mgas-house/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/03/24/the-wife-of-maulvi-abdul-karim-sialkoti-zainab-bibi/

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https://www.alislam.org/r.php?q=Shadi%20Khan

http://www.aaiil.org/text/articles/reviewofreligions/raw/reviewreligionsenglish1905.pdf

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The Ahmadi-cleric, Maulvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah was an opium addict!!!–Nu’mani, Sirajulhaq (1915). Tazkiratul Mahdi. Qadian, India: Zia-ul-Islam Press



Intro

My team recently found a rare book written by Ahmadis, and about Ahmadis and from the earliest period in Ahmadiyya.  Its called Tazkiratul Mahdi, it was written by Sahibzada Sirajul Haq, and very early on in this history of Ahmadiyya, in fact, Upal recently quoted it.  Nu’mani, Sirajulhaq (1915). Tazkiratul Mahdi. Qadian, India: Zia-ul-Islam Press. See Upal’s bibliography, page 128 of the book.  His grandson married a daughter of Mirza Basheer-uddin Mahmud Ahmad.  Maulvi Syed Sarwar Shah sahib had son named Syed Mubarik Shah. He lives in Hamburg, Germany. He is age fellow of Professor Chaudhry Ghulam Rasool sahib. They know each other from the days in Qadian. Until his last visit to USA in 2012 Professor sahib talked to Syed Mubarik Shah on telephone, in this writers presence. According to professor sahib, QK2 made sure that Syed Mubarik Shah does not get formal education and able to live good independent life as respected person. QK2 also made him part of inner circle of orgies and immorality. On telephone he used to repent on his life of sin he spent in company of QK2. During life of marhoom Abdul Mannan Omsar sahib, Syed Mubarik Shah use to call him and literally cry and ask him to pray for his forgiveness. In the literature produced by Haqqiqat Passand Party there is detail of  horrific disrespect of Holy Quran, involving QK2, his wife Maryam Begum, and young teenage boy Syed Mubarik Shah.

Summary of the quote
Molvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah was a opium Addict. Pir Sirajul Haq Nu’mani writes in his book Tazkiratul Mahdi page 7 part 1 that Molvi Syed Muhammad Sarwar Shah used opium in great quantity. But he left it at the time of Baiat with MGAQ.

When did Sarwar Shah join Ahmadiyya? 
He wasn’t on the list of 313 Ahmadis in 1896.  He seems to have joined some time between 1899–1904.  He was a Deobandi-type-of Muslim before then.  Later on, he became an official ghost writer and companion of MGA, and then a teacher of Mahmud Ahmad, who eventually became the Khalifa in 1914.

Sarwar Shah hated the Lahori-Ahmadis
Sarwar Shah must have been told to write fake stories about the enemies of the Qadianis.

See TADHKIRAH, 2009 EDITION, PAGE 1058

Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IIra related the following dream of the Promised Messiahas in his speech:

There was a throne laid out on the top of the small mosque and I was sitting on it and with me was Maulavi Nur-ud- Din. One person (whose name need not be disclosed)1271 began to attack us wildly. I said to someone: ‘Catch hold of him and expel him from the mosque.’ He pushed him down the stairs and he went away running. Bear in mind that the interpretation of a mosque is the community.

[Barakat-e-Khilafat, Speech of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IIra, p. 31]

1271—-Note by Hadrat Maulana Jalal-ud-Din Shamsra: In his book Kashful-Ikhtilaf, Hadrat Maulavi Sayyed Sarwar Shahra (published February 1920, page 12) records this dream and adds that the man was Khwajah Kamal-ud-Din. When he was proposing a pact with the newspaper Watan, the Promised Messiahas said that he had seen dreams of warnings about him.

The scans

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Major Syed Maqbool Ahmad was another Ahmadi and the founder of the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan

Intro
Major Syed Maqbool Ahmad was an Ahmadi from birth. Roughly 15-20 years ago, he gave his full biography on official Ahmadiyya camera’s via MTA. Its a 4-part interview. He seems to have worked closely with General Ayub Khan in East Pakistan. In his interview, in Part-1, at the 26:00 minute mark, he tells us how the Britisher’s never trusted any Indian officer’s, however, they did trust Ahmadi’s, they knew Ahmadi’s were loyal to the British and their interests in India. He continues telling us that when Pakistan was created, the 5 most senior intelligence officers were Ahmadi’s. Their names were General Bashir, Brigadier Shamim, Brigadier (a relative of the Mirza family) Vakeel as Zaman, and himself. He only mentions 4. He also mentions Zia Ul Haq twice in this interview (26:00 mark of Part-1) and (at the 12:00 mark of Part-2). He complained at how Zia was a “public-muslim”, in other words, Zia always showed it when he prayed or fasted. He worked for the Ahmadiyya Jamaat as a volunteer and fanatical Ahmadi his entire life. He was president of the Rawalpindi Jamaat, even vice president, and many other positions like Ahmadiyya Judge.

The first person to join Ahmadiyya from his family
His ancestors were from Yemen. They seem to have traveled to British-India in the mid 1800’s. The first person to join Ahmadiyya from his family was a man named Syed Fakhr-i-Islam in 1906-1907. He came from a family of peers. They settled down in Jullundur. His father became an Ahmadi at the hand of Noorudin in about 1910. His maternal relatives seem to have all converted to Ahmadiyya, however, his grandfather and his brothers never converted to Ahmadiyya.

His children
He had 3 sons, one is in Guetemala (Waseem Ahmad), he then moved to Canada. He had another son named Syed Mansoor Ahmad, he became a pilot in the Pakistani Air Force. He claims that Bhutto stopped Ahmadi’s in the officer ranks from progressing past a certain rank, most likely Major. He claims that his son was supposed to become a Wing Commander. His son refused to take a ground-job, he only wanted to fly fighter jets. His son went to go and see the Khalifa (Mirza Nasir Ahmad) and get his advice. However, the Khalifa died in 1982, thus, they wrote again to Mirza Tahir Ahmad about the same issue. His son then decided to go to America and figure out a way to fly airplanes, he got his civil flying license and returned to Pakistan and got a job with PIA. His youngest is Syed Naeem Ahmad, he is also a captain with PIA. He also had 2 daughters.

1938–1942, while he was in Karachi
Syed Akthar Hussain (session judge) and Syed Maqbool Ahmad were students in college. He was about 18 years old, he met the Khalifa (Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad) many times. They were going to the Bombay University. He joined the Army right after he graduated.

1942
He became a commissioned officer on 8-14-1942. He trained with another Ahmadi, this Ahmadi also became a general, Major General Bashir. They got posted in the same unit in Burma during WW-2. This Major General Bashir ended up becoming the chairman at the CDA. Syed Maqbool Ahmad was sent home because of medical issues. He served in Burma, but not for long, since most troops were ordered to fall back. He married his first cousin on his father’s side of the family (her father was not an Ahmadi).

1944
He returns to his wife while on leave.

1945
He was stationed in Bihar, India and working in intelligence. He was working in a British-only regiment, which was very rare. He was working with a British General who eventually became commander in chief of India (his name is unknown). He asked him about the officers in the British military and what their plans were after partition. They also conferred with General Musa Khan. The top secret report was then sent to the headquarters of the British military in India.

1946, Oct, The Bihar riots, 30,000 Muslims dead
He was serving in Bihar. He reports that the Army ran out of bullets, since they shot so many rioters, Nehru even showed up to see the massacre and aftermath. He claims that over 500,000 Indians were shot and killed by the Army.

August 1947
He joined the Pakistani military. He was initially stationed in Murree. However, the a few days later, he was transferred to Dhaka, East Pakistan (Modern day Bangladesh) at the main headquarters. This is where he started working under General Ayub Khan. He also worked with Khwaja Nizam ud Din closely and he had known him already for 5+ years. He worked with General Ayub Khan for 1-3 years, until he was made Prime Minister. Syed Maqbool Ahmad would always bring him the Al-Fazl, and the General would write notes on the paper and praise the Khalifa and call him with respect as hazur or hazrat sahib.

1947, he is mentioned in the report of 199 Ahmadi officers that was submitted to the boundary commission
He is listed as a Lieutenant, #135.

1948
He moved to Dhaka, East Pakistan (modern day Bangladesh) and works at the headquarters. He claims to have been a founding member for the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). He claims that 5 Ahmadi’s were the founding father’s of this FBI type of agency, their names were General Bashir, Brigadier Shamim, Brigadier (a relative of the Mirza family) Vakeel as Zaman, and himself (see at the 26:00 minute mark onwards). He only mentions 4. On the contrary, the Inter-Services Intelligence was created in 1948 following 1947–48 Pakistan-India war which had exposed weaknesses in intelligence gathering, sharing, and coordination between the ArmyAir ForceNavyIntelligence Bureau (IB) and Military Intelligence (MI).[6] The ISI was structured to be operated by officers from the three main military services, and to specialize in the collection, analysis, and assessment of external military and non-military intelligence.[6] The ISI was the brainchild of the former British Indian Army Major General Sir Robert Cawthome, then Deputy Deputy Chief of Staff of the Pakistan Army and selected Colonel Shahid Hamid to set up the agency.

1950
He is posted at Rawalpindi. He becomes Jamaat President and Judge.

1951
He is medically disqualified from military service, however, he still seems to have gotten a job a secretary for General Ayub Khan.

1965
He visited the Khalifa just a few days before he died.

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Hazrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad

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Syed Abdul Majeed Amjad Bukhari and Ahmadiyya

Intro

WHAT I SAW IN QADIAN. ME AND QADIAN.
Syed Abdul Majeed Amjad Bukhari was born roughly around 1890. HIs family resided at Batala, 17 KM from Qadian. His TAYA (paternal uncle), having cordial relations with MGAQ, took him to Qadiyan during his Childhood to attend AQIQA ceremony of one of the sons of MGAQ,

As Sub Post Master, he remained posted in Qadian, first during the khilafat of Molvi Nuruddin and then in the reign of Mirza Mahmoud. He recorded his memories which were published in different magazines and finally compiled into a book titled as “hum ne qadian mein kia dekha” what we saw in Qadian, by Muhammad Tahir Abdul Razzaq.

His memoirs are very interesting and contain some new thing which we haven’t read before in either of the Qadiani or in muslims literature so far. I therefore, wish to share this in a summarised form as below:-

Joining of Service at Qadian and meeting with Molvi Nuruddin
I, joined my services as Sub Post Master, Qadian in December, 1910. This was the time when Molvi Nuruddin was on bed after having fallen from horse. Dr Muhammad Hussain, Dr. Yaqub Baig and Khwaja Kamaluddin were around to look after him. One day I went to him to enquire of his health. He was sitting on a charpoy with Mirza Mahmoud. He gave a warm welcome to me and asked if he can do something for me.

Dars e Quraan by Nuruddin
Molvi Nuruddin re-started his Dars e Quraan after his health got improved. One of my friends took me to his DARS. Explaining the verses regarding Hazrat Zakaria a.s getting a son in old age, he said he himself was without a male child during his whole youth hood. But he was blessed with two sons in his old age after he accepted Mirza sb as a prophet. He termed it to be a miracle of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani. The audience was overwhelmingly pleased to listen to this. I said to my friend Molvi sb is not right here, because Quraan clearly mentions the wife of Zakariyya a.s to be old and infertile but his wife is so young if you prove me that she is old and infertile then I can believe him to be a righteous person.

Muslim Masjid in Qadian
I, went to attend Juma Prayer in a muslim Masjid in Qadian, known as masjid Araian where I met an old man who was munshi in Revenue department. This was Mirza Sultan Ahmad the eldest son of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani from his first wife, who did not believe in the claims of Mirza sb. This Masjid has only four prayer sayers and this number gradually increased with our efforts.

Nana Jan
Mir Nasir Nawab who was popularly known as NANA JAN was an interesting character. He used to come to the post office to receive Chanda money orders which were pouring in from all over the country for his project of Darul Zuafa. The building of Post Office, Qadian was owned by his daughter, Nusrat Jehan, the second wife of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani. She used to receive the rent of the building under her signature every month. Some time I would call Mir Nasir Nawab as the owner of the post office, in a light mood. Once Mir Nasir Nawab recited a Persian poetry meaning “you may become, a pig, a donkey or a dead dog. But you must have wealth. This showed his greed of wealth mindset. One day I said to him jokingly Nana Jan why do you want to build Poor home when you are having too much of chanda, rather you must build Nasirabad or Nasir Ganj and this is my prediction for you that soon you would lay the foundation of this colony which will be in your ownership. It was so happened subsequently.

Master Muhammad Yusuf Editor Magazine “Noor”
Master Muhammad Yusuf Editor Magazine Noor became my best friend. We spend much time with each other. His wife, who was adopted daughter of Molvi Nuruddin, also became a good friend of my wife. Molvi sb used to hold his Dars e Quraan for women. After Dars, molvi sb would lie on a charpoy and the women amongst audience would massage his legs. During massage these women start complaining of their husbands. Molvi sb would call such husbands to warn them of their behaviour with wives. On a similar complaint by the wife of Master Yusuf, Molvi Sb called Master Yusuf and admonished him of his behaviour with his wife, an adopted daughter of him. Master Yusuf, however, did not submit to him and replied that it is a matter between husband and wife and he may not interfere in it. Women mostly speak lie before you. He said If you love her like a daughter then why did you not give her the dowery as much as you had given to your real daughter. He said we believed Masih Maoud to be man of god but you have been chosen a khalifa by us. So after that molvi sb did not say anything to him in this regard which helped improve his relations with wife.
When his wife was about to die, my wife was near to her. When she was in pain and feeling very much restlessness, suddenly there appeared Nusrat Jehan the wife of MGAQ and she said in a rude manner, why are you behaving like this, you are not going to die so soon. This remark of Nusrat Jehan was felt very awkward as she died after a while.

Holy Month of Ramzan in Qadian
Month of Ramzan was not respected by the Mirza family. Mirza Mahmoud and his mother would suddenly feel unwell at the start of Ramzan sometimes due to sneezing or sour eyes. Nana Jan would plan his journey to other cities on chanda collection campaign at the start of the holy month to avoid fasting. The sickness of Mirza family in the holy month, would bring good food for Molvi Muhammad Arif Imam Masjid Aqsa and increase in Ice business of Dharat Ram, a hindu Ice vender.

Molana Muhammad Ali Lahori MA.
Molvi Muhammad Ali, once a professor of mathematics has turned to a molvi in Qadian. He was editor of ROR. He started writing english translation of holy Quraan. He used to write his translation with the help of dictionaries and with other translations of earlier scholars in his kothi. In his translation he denied the miracles of prophets frequently. Like he wrote Musa a.s was an engineer and knew where in the river was shallow water, so he crossed the river from there safely. Whereas pharoa did not know this and was drowned along with his army. Muhammad Ali thought he would be next Khalifa after Nuruddin but Mirza Mahmoud succeeded in getting khilafat.

Transfer from Qadian
Since I, was posted in Qadian temporarily, i was transferred to Amritsar, after 7 months.

My Second Posting To Qadian
Owing to my previous experience and good reputation, I, was again posted to Qadian in 1916. By the time, Molvi Nurddin had died and Mirza Mahmoud has become Khalifa.

Role of NANA JAN in making Mirza Mahmoud a Khalifa
Nana Jan was a far sighted person and had a politician sort of mind. Nana Jan (Mir Nasir Nawab) knew the saying of Mirza Qadiani that Masih e Maoud has descended in a state of putting his hands on the shoulders of two angels, One of them was Molvi Nuruddin and other being Molvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi. It was very true as without the help of these two, Mirza sb wouldn’t have been able to do more than an ordinary Mullah.

In order to use him at the time of need, Nana Jan had advanced a huge loan to Molvi Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi on the occasion of marriage ceremony of his son Muhammad Yaqub. Due to this favour Molvi Ahsan Amrohi was under heavy obligation and was highly grateful to him. So when at the death of Molvi Nuruddin, the dispute of khilafat arose, the Lahori party wanted Molana Muhammad Ali to be the new caliph and few others were supporting Mirza Mahmoud.

Nana Jan went to Molvi Ahsan and reminded him of his loan favour and asked for help in getting Mahmoud appointed to the seat. Molvi Ahsan thinking it to be the opportunity of getting his loan waived off permanently, agreed to help him. Next day he brought a green piece of cloth and said to all present, I, congratulate all of you that previous night Mirza sb came to me and gave this turban to me to tie it on the head of Mahmoud as he said Mahmoud would be our successor. This astonished the Lahori party no body of them dared to oppose it. Molvi Muhammad Ali packed up his baggage, pocketed the remaining amount of Office of Mohasib and returned to Lahore along with his party where he set up his own faction of Lahori ahmadiyya, downgrading Mirza sb to the seat of Mujaddid from prophethood. Mahmoud, on the other hand, occupying the seat of khilafat, acquired himself of the title of “his holiness” placed himself behind heavy protocol and imperial pomp and show.

Meeting with Khalifa Mirza Mahmoud
One day I was summoned by Mirza Mahmoud. He said he has heard that you have been posted in Qadian earlier. This surprised me as he had come to me to the post office many time during my last tenure. Then he said is it possible that we may have the facility of mail delivery twice a day. He also demanded that a telegram facility may also be provided in the post office Qadian.

Manhandling of Postman by officials of Mohasib Jamaat.
One day an official of Jamaat give severe beating to my Postman on a petty issue. When I complained, the Jamaat did not entertained it due to lack of witness. Since the incident took place in jamaat,s office and none of them was ready to give witness in favour of Poor Postman. They also did not accept my request to be summoned before the court while hearing proceedings.

Setting up of Anjuman Himayat e Islam at Qadian
With my efforts I have been successful in creating awareness among muslims of Qadian and its surroundings and we set up Anjuman Himayat e Islam in Qadian. We fixed a Jalsa in Qadian and got consents of many Ulema including Molana Sanaullah Amritsari to be the speakers. Qadianis opposed it and went to the Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur to stop this Jalsa saying that outsider would come to Qadian to creat law and order situation there. We also sent our members to Deputy Commissioner. The deputy Commissioner then deputed a Police Guard and allowed us to hold this Jalsa. Molana Sanaullah Amritsari addressed the Jalsa in his typical style. He said Mirza sb prophesied that he has built earth and heaven. But he could not build small road between Batala and Qadian, may be because of the fact he knew that his opponent Sanaullah Amritsari would travel on to this road all the way from Amritsar to Qadian that is why he left this road unbuilt. The crowed enjoyed a lot and the Jalsa remained successful despite all opposition of Qadianis. Molana also describe the prophesy regarding marriage with Muhammadi Begum in a manner that few Qadianis renounced Qadianism on the spot.

Nana Jan demands his loan money from Ahsan Amrohi
Once Mirza Mahmoud took full control of the Khilafat, Nana Jan wrote a letter to Molvi Ahsan Amrohi to pay back the money he lent him for the marriage ceremony of his son long time ago. Molvi Ahsan denied to pay and said he has paid this loan in terms of his efforts to make his grandson Mirza Mahmoud Khalifa of Jamaat. But Nana Jan did not accept this view and started a defamation campaign against Amrohi. Then Amrohi published several articles in Paigham e Sulh, against Mirza Mahmoud regarding some of his views. Mirza Mahmoud and his Khilafat spoons declared Molvi Ahsan as Murtad and Munafiq.

Burial in Bahishti Maqbara
An old man, having seven sons all of them were muslims, had died. He was a moossi (having signed will for burial in BM) he paid all his monthly installments of fixed amount during his life. After his death his sons requested Mirza Mahmoud that he has not left sufficient property. If 10% of property is recovered it would cause loss to family. Therefore, he may be allowed to bury in Bahishti Maqbara without deducting 10% from property. Mirza Mahmoud did not allow it so the dead-body remained unburied for three days and it starts to de-compose. Finally in a state of compulsion the boys paid the amount and got his father buried.

Kadian becomes Qadian
As per post office stamps Qadian was spelt with K. which meant a plotter or mischievous. Peoples make a mockery of it. Then the Jamaat took up the matter with high ups and succeeded in replacing word Q in place of K on the post office stamps.

Jamaat’s trickery with government.
During world war 1 govt introduced cash certificates to take loan from public. All district officers were assigned to sell these certificate in their respective areas. Post Office staff were asked to submit report as to how many peoples bought these cash certificates. In Qadian not a single soul purchased these cash certificates. The Deputy Commissioner Gurdaspur arranged a visit to Qadian. Qadiani Jamaat came to know of this and immediately purchased Cash Certificates worth Rs.5000/- They showed it to DC proudly on his visit to Qadian but few days after his visit the same were returned and money in cash was received back.

Qadian and Minaratul Masih
As per hadith Masih would descend in Damascus near a Minarat. Mirza interpreted Qadian to be Damascus. To resolve the issue of Minaret, Mirza ordered construction of a Minaret near Masjid Aqsa Qadian. A chanda call was given to the followers for the minaret. When the Minaret raised above the houses of nearby hindus one of them a deputy, he moved an application to the district administration that the construction of minaret would disturb the privacy of their houses. The govt immediately stopped the construction. During the reign of Mirza Mahmoud Qadianis started skirmishes with hindus. They would go up to the rooftop of Masjid Aqsa and peep through the houses of hindus where sometime hindu women were found taking bath in the open yards of their houses. Qadiani boys would throw Cow bones upon them. Finally the neighbouring hindus started selling their houses to them. Qadianis restarted construction of Minarat. However, by the time Minarat was ready their so called Masih had died.

Scans

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s debate with Syed Nazeer Hussain of Delhi in 1891

Intro
On September 29th, 1891, MGA arrived in Delhi and stayed at Kothi Nawab Loharu, Ballimara. Just a few months before this, MGA was in Ludhiana and had a debate with Batalvi, this was in late July and early August 1891, the British police intervened and helped MGA, Batalvi and his friends were ordered to leave Ludhiana immediately. MGA must have went to Qadian right after and thus returned to this general area, remember, Qadian is 85 miles west of Ludhiana, and Delhi is 274 miles east of Qadian. Remember, MGA only did written debates. Therefore, he issued a leaflet on October 2nd, 1891, by which he declared, to hold a discussion with Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain or Maulawi Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq, who were both looked upon as the highest authorities on orthodoxy. The discussion, he suggested, should be in writing and on the subject as to whether Jesus was alive or dead according to Muslim Scriptures (See Dard). The debate never happened, the British intervened on MGA’s behalf and saved his life.

10-2-1891
MGA and his team publish a leaflet inviting Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain or Maulawi Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq to a written debate. Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain was roughly 88 years old. Maulawi Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq refused to have a written debate per Ahmadi sources (See Dard).

10-5-1891
On 5th October, Molvi Nazir Hussain wrote to Mirza to come to his house and talk to him directly to remove his apprehensions, still Mirza sb refused and said there should be a European officer in the debate. After that 14 letters were sent to Mirza sb for debate from Ulema of Dehli inviting Mirza sb but he refused to all (See Ishaat us Sunnah of 1891). What happened was that Molvi Abdul Haq accepted the challenge and Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi (ever chasing MGQ), also reached Dehli. Before the arrival of Molana Muhammad Hussain Batalvi, Mirza Qadiani had negotiated the debate on the following un-reasonable terms and conditions:-

a.)Special permission of Deputy Commissioner should be issued in his name.
b.)A European officer should be ever present in the gathering.
c.) Debators should write with their hands and read over to public no munshi or Scribe is permitted.

One of them was Molvi Abdul Majeed who invited Mirza sb and offered a reward money of Rs 1000/-in case Mirza prove his claims.Molvi Rahim Bakhsh invited Mirza, Molvi Mujaddid Ali Khan too invited Mirza sb for debate on 10th Oct at Masjid Fatehpuri , Molvi Abdul Hamid invited Mirza sb to come to the roof top of his house and he would be at his roof top, there would be Bazar between two and no risk of life would be there, but Mirza sb did not agree and dared not to come out of his heavily guarded house.

10-6-1891
On October 6th, 1891, repeating his invitation to a debate as he published another announcement the Akhbar Khair Khah Hind Press, Delhi (see Dard). Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain announced that a debate would be held with MGA on a certain date. MGA was invited to the place at the time of the meeting when his house was surrounded by hundreds of angry people who were hurling abuse upon MGA from the street. Thus, MGA didn’t show up to the debate (dard). However, Muhammad Hussain Batalvi in his newspaper tells us how MGA issued an Ishtihar on 6th of October saying that he do not want to debate with Molvi Abdul haq because he had met him and found him a monk like person. He do not like to interact with govt officials hence he would debate only with Nazir Hussain who may keep Muhammad Hussain Batalvi with him for assistance during debate. But when Muhammad Hussain Batalvi reached Dehli, Mirza Qadiani went to Molana Abdul Haq and said your name was mentioned in the debate erroneously . He said I do not want to debate with you. Molvi Abdul Haq said he is ready to withdraw if you publish an ishtihar to this effect This trick, however failed when Molvi Abdul Haq replied in a published Ishtihar that he can arrange anything and invited Mirza sb to come to the Town Hall on 11th October for this debate otherwise he would be termed as liar. Mean time Muhammad Hussain Batalvi published Ishtihar inviting Mirza sb to have debate with him if he loses than Mirza sb may debate with Molvi Nazir Hussain. He requested him to come to the Chandni Mahal on 11th Oct, 1891 at 9.AM. The ishtihar further states that all terms and conditions laid by you are acceptable and we do not lay any terms and condition from our side. All arrangements have been finalised with the expenditures of hand sum amount.

10-13-1891
Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain seems to have published an announcement which said that his pupils, Abdul Majid and Muhammad Husain, would reply on his behalf and that MGA should address his pupils in the future (see Dard).

10-15-1891
Simulataneously, MGA agrees to debate Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali (a disciple of Nadhir Husain). The debate is scheduled to be held at MGA’s house in Delhi on 10-23-1891.

10-17-1891
MGA challenged Nadhir Husain to a decisive debate. MGA suggested October 18th, 19th or 20th for the debate and offered a reward of Rs. 25 for each Quranic verse or authentic tradition quoted by his opponents which showed that Jesus (as) was still alive in the flesh in the heavens (see Dard). MGA said that at the end of this debate, he (MGA) would pray for a decisive judgment, and he believed that the wrath of God would overtake Nadhir Husain within one year on account of his transgression in misleading the people (see Tadhkirah, and The Announcement of October 17, 1891, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 1, p. 249). Per Ahmadiyya sources, Nadhir Husain agreed to the debate to be held on October 20th in the Juma‘ Masjid, Delhi (See Dard). Mirza Ghulam Qadiani,s escape from debate of Chandni Mahal brought great humiliations to him. So he thought of washing of this defamation. He brought another Ishtihar dated 17 Oct 1891 wherein he used abusive language against Molvi Nazir Hussain and challenged to declare him liar in his claims and in his arguments under oath in open before general public. Molvi Nazir Hussain went to Jamia Masjid Dehli with general public and sent message to Mirza sb that he is ready to give such statement under oath now come to us in Jamia Masjid and state your claims and arguments before us.

This message was given to Mirza sb through Nawab Saeeduddin Khan of Loharo, Molvi Abdul Majid and Mir Basharat Hussain Kotwal City. Mirza sb refused to this.

10-20-1891
Per Ahmadiyya sources, more than 5,000 people gathered on that day in the Mosque. The
European Superintendent of the city police was himself present there with an Inspector and a police force adequate for the occasion. There was great agitation in the city. Feelings ran high and there was great tension. The 12 disciples of MGA gathered round him. Ch. Sher Muhammad, uncle to Maulawi Sher Ali, was left at the house with another friend. The 12 disciples of MGA accompanied him to the cathedral Mosque in horsedriven carriages, and there the party walked through the angry crowd straight to the mihrab and took their
seats. A little later Nadhir Husain also arrived with Muhammad Husain Batalvi and Abdul Majid.
They were seated in the adjoining veranda. It was the time of ‘Asr, all Muslims in the mosque prayed together. MGA and his disciples had did not join the prayers. Nadhir Husain declared that MGA was a Kafir, thus, a debate with him was invalid, MGA was a Kafir since he claimed prophethood and denied miracles. MGA and his team immediately denied their claim to prophethood and claimed that they believed in miracles (both lies). MGA even claimed that he believed in the Miraaj, however, he had just recently denied it in Izala Auham. MGA even had a British official make the announcement a second time. There was an uproar. The British official ordered all Muslims to leave the mosque. MGA and his group of 12 Ahmadi’s were the only ones allowed to stay. MGA and his disciples exited the mosque via the north gate, however, the carriage and driver that they had rented was gone. The superintendant of the local police also showed up. A mob scene erupted. MGA’s disciples found another carriage for hire, they escaped via British escort, Maulvi Abdul Karim traveled with MGA in the carriage and a few others, all the others walked, they were Sayyid Amir Ali Shah, Ghulam Qadir Fasih,
Muhammad Khan of Kapurthala, Hakim Fadl Din of Bhera, Pir Sirajul Haq, and six others (see Dard).

10-21-1891 and 10-22-1891
MGA wrote three letters to Maulawi Muhammad Bashir on October 21st, 22nd and 23rd
and the following points were further laid down: The debate should begin after the Friday prayers in MGA’s house. (2) Maulawi Muhammad Bashir would write the first paper. (3) Maulawi Muhammad Bashir would bring only 10 men with him. (4) Maulawi Muhammad Husain Batalvi and Maulawi Abdul Majid would not be allowed to take part. (5) Not more than five papers would be exchanged. It should be noted that it was not agreed that the papers would be
written in the meeting (See Dard).

10-23-1891
On October 23rd, 1891, MGA had another announcement published wherein he desperately tried to explain himself foe what happened at the Jama Masjid, Delhi and the lack of a proper debate, which was printed at the Iftikhar Press, Delhi. A detailed report of everything that happened was published in a supplement to the Punjab Gazette, dated November 14th (see Dard). On the same day, MGA had another debate with Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali, who was another disciple of Nadhir Husain on a Friday (see Dard).

10-28-1891
MGA abruptly leaves the debate. MGA breaks his own contract, which is a serious crime per the Quran. Only 3 arguments had been put forward by Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali and no response had been given by MGA and his team. MGA flees to Patiala wherein his father-in-law was ill, however, Mir Nasir Nawab hadn’t accepted Ahmadiyya yet. Patiala was 157 miles to the west, about halfway home towards Qadian (see Dard).

10-30-1891
On roughly this day, MGA arrives with his team in Patiala at the house of Sh. Fadl Karim (see Dard). Per Ahmadiyya sources, a local imam, Muhammad Ishaq, came to see MGA and had a talk with him on the subject of the death of Jesus.The imam destroyed MGA and spread the news in the town with the comment that MGA had been defeated. In defense, MGA issue a leaflet on October 31st in which he asked the imam to have a debate with him. He waited there till November 2nd, but the mullah did not come forward. Then MGA returned to Qadian.

11-3-1891
MGA returns to Qadian safe and sound.

12-27-1891
The first annual Jalsa in Ahmadiyya history is held at Qadian, MGA and his team had already pre-written out “Nishan Asmani” which is read out to the less than 100 Ahmadi’s who are present. In this book, MGA talks about Batalvi and Nazeer Hussain. MGA calls him Miyan Nadhir Husain (See Asmani Faisalah, page-1, online english edition). MGA mentions Miyan Nadhir Husain 22 times, he mentions, and Muhammad Husain Batalawi 29 times. Per Ahmadiyya sources, the book itself was published in the early part of 1892, by May at the latest (see Hidden Treasures).

1892–June
MGA and his team publish “Nishan Asmani”, Mian Nadhir Hussain is mentioned 9 times.

1893
MGA mentions Nadhir Hussain in his book “The Truth Revealed”, “Sachai Ka Izhar”.

1898
MGA claims that he has Nadhir Hussain sign a edict of Kufr vs. his own disciple, Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi.

1902–April
MGA publishes “”Dafi‘ul-Bala’ Wa Mi‘yaro Ahlil-Istifa”””,  English Version “””Defence Against the Plague and a Criterion for the Elect of God”””, wherein he mentions his debate with Nadhir in 1891 as well as the fact that Nadhir was the first cleric to sign his stamp of approval of MGA’s apostacy.

1902–Sep 1st
‘Tofha Golarviyyah is published. MGA mentions Nadhir Hussain.

1902–Oct
Syed Nazeer Husain died on 13 October 1902 in Delhi. MGA is happy about this and in classic fashion backdates a fake revelation. As can be seen, this wasn’t published uyntil 2 weeks after Nadhir Hussain died, however, 20 years later Mufti Muhammad Sadiq claims that MGA got the revelation on August 15th, 1902 (See Zikr-e-Habib), Mirza Bashir Ahmad also commented that the words of this ilham also point to the year* of his death (See Tadhkirah). The reference is to the al-Hakam, vol. 6, no. 39, October 31, 1902, p. 7–10:

[Arabic] The leading ones will be driven to their graves.
and 


[Arabic] One who was in error has died a rebel.

1906-1907
In Haqiqatul Wahy, Nadhir Hussain is mentioned 11 times. MGA claims that he published a sign in the early versions of the Braheen e Ahmadiyya wherein Maulawi Nadhir Husain of Delhi would issue a verdict proclaiming me (MGA) a disbeliever, however, on closer research, the sign doesn’t seem to exist. In fact, the word Nadhir doesn’t exist in the first 4 volumes of the Braheen.

1908–Oct
Braheen e Ahmadiyya volume 5 is published, Nadhir Hussain is mentioned once.

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Who is Syed Nazeer Hussain of Delhi (1805–13 October 1902) and his connection with Ahmadiyya

Intro
Syed Nazeer Hussain of Delhi (1805–1902), his name has many variations, it could also be Maulawi Nadhir Husain or Maulvi Nazeer Hussain of Delhi or Miyan Nadhir Husain Dehlvi and  Maulavi Sayyed Nadhir Husain Dehlvi. was a leading scholar of the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement and one of its major proponents in India. Earning the appellation shaykh al-kull (teacher of all, or the shaykh of all knowledge) for his authority among early Ahl-i Hadith scholars, he is regarded, alongside Siddiq Hasan Khan (1832–1890), as the founder of the movement and has been described as “perhaps the single most influential figure in the spread of the Ahl-i-Ḥadīth”. Among Syed Nazeer Husain’s students were Imdadullah Muhajir ,Makki, Muhammad Qasim Nanotvi and Rashid Ahmad Gangohi,[29] the founding figures of the Deobandi movement. Although Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never studied under him. Prior to pledging his allegiance to Ghulam Ahmad and becoming his foremost disciple, Hakim Nur-ud-Din had also studied under Husain. Other students of Husain included the Afghan-Indian scholar Abdullah Ghaznavi; the two major Ahl-i Hadith proponents Muhammad Husain Batalvi and Sana’ullah Amritsari, both vociferous opponents of the early Ahmadiyya movement;[33] and the Indian hadith scholar Shams-ul-Haq Azimabadi.The modernist founder of the Aligarh Movement and Muslim University Syed Ahmad Khan, also studied under Husain in the 1850s.

1857–1868
Nazeer Husain advocated political quietism and was among a large number of Muslim ulema, from both the Sunni and Shia sects, who supported British rule and rejected calls for armed jihad against it.[13][14] He was also among a number of Muslim scholars, including the muftis of Mecca, who declared British India to be dar al-Islam (abode of peace) and not Dar al-harb (abode of war).[14] During the Indian Rebellion of 1857, he resisted pressure from the mutineers to call for a jihad and instead declared in favour of British rule, viewing the Muslim-British relationship as a legal contract which could not be broken unless their religious rights were breached.[15] Despite having denied any involvement in the rebellion in its aftermath and having strongly opposed the declaration of jihad as sinful and a faithless breach of covenant,[12] Husain was widely believed to have been among a group of Delhi ulema pressured into signing a jihad fatwa.[16] 

Because he was seen by the British as the only scholar of the Ahl-i Hadith who could allay the conflict between the movement and followers of the prevailing Hanafi school of thought, which often resulted in civil disturbances that the Government sought to prevent, and because he also knew English which was very rare among Indian Muslim scholars at the time, Husain’s turbulent relations with the British at Delhi had improved.[7] He was granted a letter of recommendation by the government to the British Vice Consul in Jedda when he travelled there in 1883 to perform the Hajj pilgrimage. However, he was already denounced as a Wahhabi by Indian Hanafis to the Ottoman governor of Jedda who had him arrested and imprisoned before he could present the letter. He was later released with the intervention of the British Vice Consul.[3]

1868
He was arrested in 1868 by the British on suspicion of being the leader of the Wahhabi insurgents in Delhi and detained for six months but was eventually released without charge after it had emerged that he had not supported the rebels.[17][18] Husain consistently denied any links with the Wahhabis as well as any role in the Delhi uprising in 1857.[17]

1870
Within a couple of years of his release from prison in 1868, Hussain, together with Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal and Muhammad Husain Batalvi (c.1840–1920), two influential fellow alumni of the Madrasah-i Rahimiyah, formally founded the politico-religious organisation known as the Jamaat Ahl-i Hadith, the Party of the People of the Hadith.

1884
He read out MGA’s nikkah (marriage ceremony) with a Nusrat Jehan, who’s family was also Ahl-e-Hadith. MGA gave him Rs. 5 and a prayer mat.

1885
Siddiq Hassan Khan and other top Maulvi’s call MGA a Kafir and tear up the Braheen e Ahmadiyya and sent it to Qadian as such.

1889
Maulvi Muhammad Hussain Batalvi was the one of the only remaining Ahl-e-Hadith leaders who still considered MGA a Muslim, however, in this year, MGA claimed to be the Messiah and Batalvi turned on him.

1891, Feb-March
MGA challenges Syed Nazeer Hussain of Delhi to a Mubahila in Amritsar, he also challenges Batalvi, Maulawi Abdul Jabbar and Maulawi Abdul Haq (see Dard).

1891, September 29th
MGA reached Delhi on September 29th, 1891, and stayed at Kothi Nawab Loharu, Ballimara.

10-2-1891
MGA and his team publish a leaflet inviting Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain or Maulawi Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq to a written debate. Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain was roughly 88 years old. Maulawi Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq refused to have a written debate per Ahmadi sources (See Dard)

10-6-1891
On October 6th, 1891, repeating his invitation to a debate as he published another announcement the Akhbar Khair Khah Hind Press, Delhi (see Dard). Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain announced that a debate would be held with MGA on a certain date. MGA was invited to the place at the time of the meeting when his house was surrounded by hundreds of angry people who were hurling abuse upon MGA from the street. Thus, MGA didn’t show up to the debate.

10-13-1891
Maulawi Muhammad Nadhir Husain seems to have published an announcement which said that his pupils, Abdul Majid and Muhammad Husain, would reply on his behalf and that MGA should address his pupils in the future (see Dard).

10-15-1891
Simulataneously, MGA agrees to debate Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali (a disciple of Nadhir Husain). The debate is scheduled to be held at MGA’s house in Delhi on 10-23-1891.

10-17-1891
MGA challenged Nadhir Husain to a decisive debate. MGA suggested October 18th, 19th or 20th for the debate and offered a reward of Rs. 25 for each Quranic verse or authentic tradition quoted by his opponents which showed that Jesus (as) was still alive in the flesh in the heavens (see Dard). MGA said that at the end of this debate, he (MGA) would pray for a decisive judgment, and he believed that the wrath of God would overtake Nadhir Husain within one year on account of his transgression in misleading the people (see Tadhkirah, and The Announcement of October 17, 1891, Majmu‘ah Ishtiharat, vol. 1, p. 249). Per Ahmadiyya sources, Nadhir Husain agreed to the debate to be held on October 20th in the Juma‘ Masjid, Delhi (See Dard).

10-20-1891
Per Ahmadiyya sources, more than 5,000 people gathered on that day in the Mosque. The
European Superintendent of the city police was himself present there with an Inspector and a police force adequate for the occasion. There was great agitation in the city. Feelings ran high and there was great tension. The 12 disciples of MGA gathered round him. Ch. Sher Muhammad, uncle to Maulawi Sher Ali, was left at the house with another friend. The 12 disciples of MGA accompanied him to the cathedral Mosque in horsedriven carriages, and there the party walked through the angry crowd straight to the mihrab and took their
seats. A little later Nadhir Husain also arrived with Muhammad Husain Batalvi and Abdul Majid.
They were seated in the adjoining veranda. It was the time of ‘Asr, all Muslims in the mosque prayed together. MGA and his disciples had did not join the prayers. Nadhir Husain declared that MGA was a Kafir, thus, a debate with him was invalid, MGA was a Kafir since he claimed prophethood and denied miracles. MGA and his team immediately denied their claim to prophethood and claimed that they believed in miracles (both lies). MGA even claimed that he believed in the Miraaj, however, he had just recently denied it in Izala Auham. MGA even had a British official make the announcement a second time. There was an uproar. The British official ordered all Muslims to leave the mosque. MGA and his group of 12 Ahmadi’s were the only ones allowed to stay. MGA and his disciples exited the mosque via the north gate, however, the carriage and driver that they had rented was gone. The superintendant of the local police also showed up. A mob scene erupted. MGA’s disciples found another carriage for hire, they escaped via British escort, Maulvi Abdul Karim traveled with MGA in the carriage and a few others, all the others walked, they were Sayyid Amir Ali Shah, Ghulam Qadir Fasih,
Muhammad Khan of Kapurthala, Hakim Fadl Din of Bhera, Pir Sirajul Haq, and six others (see Dard).

10-21-1891 and 10-22-1891
MGA wrote three letters to Maulawi Muhammad Bashir on October 21st, 22nd and 23rd
and the following points were further laid down: The debate should begin after the Friday prayers in MGA’s house. (2) Maulawi Muhammad Bashir would write the first paper. (3) Maulawi Muhammad Bashir would bring only 10 men with him. (4) Maulawi Muhammad Husain Batalvi and Maulawi Abdul Majid would not be allowed to take part. (5) Not more than five papers would be exchanged. It should be noted that it was not agreed that the papers would be
written in the meeting (See Dard).

10-23-1891
On October 23rd, 1891, MGA had another announcement published wherein he desperately tried to explain himself foe what happened at the Jama Masjid, Delhi and the lack of a proper debate, which was printed at the Iftikhar Press, Delhi. A detailed report of everything that happened was published in a supplement to the Punjab Gazette, dated November 14th (see Dard). On the same day, MGA had another debate with Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali, who was another disciple of Nadhir Husain on a Friday (see Dard).

10-28-1891
MGA abruptly leaves the debate. MGA breaks his own contract, which is a serious crime per the Quran. Only 3 arguments had been put forward by Maulvi Muhammad Bashir Bhopali and no response had been given by MGA and his team. MGA flees to Patiala wherein his father-in-law was ill, however, Mir Nasir Nawab hadn’t accepted Ahmadiyya yet. Patiala was 157 miles to the west, about halfway home towards Qadian (see Dard).

10-30-1891
On roughly this day, MGA arrives with his team in Patiala at the house of Sh. Fadl Karim (see Dard). Per Ahmadiyya sources, a local imam, Muhammad Ishaq, came to see MGA and had a talk with him on the subject of the death of Jesus.The imam destroyed MGA and spread the news in the town with the comment that MGA had been defeated. In defense, MGA issue a leaflet on October 31st in which he asked the imam to have a debate with him. He waited there till November 2nd, but the mullah did not come forward. Then MGA returned to Qadian.

11-3-1891
MGA returns to Qadian safe and sound.

12-27-1891
The first annual Jalsa in Ahmadiyya history is held at Qadian, MGA and his team had already pre-written out “Nishan Asmani” which is read out to the less than 100 Ahmadi’s who are present. In this book, MGA talks about Batalvi and Nazeer Hussain. MGA calls him Miyan Nadhir Husain (See Asmani Faisalah, page-1, online english edition). MGA mentions Miyan Nadhir Husain 22 times, he mentions, and Muhammad Husain Batalawi 29 times. Per Ahmadiyya sources, the book itself was published in the early part of 1892, by May at the latest (see Hidden Treasures).

1892–June
MGA and his team publish “Nishan Asmani”, Mian Nadhir Hussain is mentioned 9 times.

1893
MGA mentions Nadhir Hussain in his book “The Truth Revealed”, “Sachai Ka Izhar”.

1898
MGA claims that he has Nadhir Hussain sign a edict of Kufr vs. his own disciple, Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi.

1902–April
MGA publishes “”Dafi‘ul-Bala’ Wa Mi‘yaro Ahlil-Istifa”””,  English Version “””Defence Against the Plague and a Criterion for the Elect of God”””, wherein he mentions his debate with Nadhir in 1891 as well as the fact that Nadhir was the first cleric to sign his stamp of approval of MGA’s apostacy.

1902–Sep 1st
‘Tofha Golarviyyah is published. MGA mentions Nadhir Hussain.

1902–Oct
Syed Nazeer Husain died on 13 October 1902 in Delhi. MGA is happy about this and in classic fashion backdates a fake revelation. As can be seen, this wasn’t published uyntil 2 weeks after Nadhir Hussain died, however, 20 years later Mufti Muhammad Sadiq claims that MGA got the revelation on August 15th, 1902 (See Zikr-e-Habib), Mirza Bashir Ahmad also commented that the words of this ilham also point to the year* of his death (See Tadhkirah). The reference is to the al-Hakam, vol. 6, no. 39, October 31, 1902, p. 7–10:

[Arabic] The leading ones will be driven to their graves.
and 


[Arabic] One who was in error has died a rebel.

1906-1907
In Haqiqatul Wahy, Nadhir Hussain is mentioned 11 times. MGA claims that he published a sign in the early versions of the Braheen e Ahmadiyya wherein Maulawi Nadhir Husain of Delhi would issue a verdict proclaiming me (MGA) a disbeliever, however, on closer research, the sign doesn’t seem to exist. In fact, the word Nadhir doesn’t exist in the first 4 volumes of the Braheen.

1908–Oct
Braheen e Ahmadiyya volume 5 is published, Nadhir Hussain is mentioned once.

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His works

Syed Nazeer Husain’s Fatwas were collected posthumously by some of his students into two large volumes called fatawa Naziriyya. Other written works by him include the following:

  • Mi’yar al-haq (Criterion for Truth; Urdu)
  • Waqi’at al-fatwa wa dafi’at al-balawi (Event of the Fatwa and Defence Against the Affliction; Urdu)
  • Thabut al-haq al-haqeeq (Proof of the Veritable Truth; Urdu)
  • Risalah fi tahli al-nisa bi al-dhahab (Treatise on the Adornment of Women with Gold; Urdu)
  • Al-masa’il al-arba’a (The Four Issues; Urdu)
  • Falah al-wali ba ‘itiba’ al-nabi (Felicity for the Saint in Following the Prophet; Persian)
  • Risalah fi ibtal ‘amal al-mawlid (Treatise on the Erroneousness of the Practice of Mawlid; Arabic)

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