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“The Kashf-ul-Ghita”(1898) by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers

MGA and his team of writers wrote this book in 1898 (See Hidden Treasures). It was a short booklet of about 40 pages in Urdu. We have found a rare english translation of this book which was also published in 1898, this translation had been lost over the years. Its about 43 pages in english, of which we have about half posted in the below and was printed at the Diya’ul-Islam Press, Qadian. In 2016, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s translated the book into english, however, they changed the word “swoon” to “unconsciousness”.

MGA and his team found out about the case instituted against him (by Syed Muhammad Hussain Batalvi) between December 10 and 15, 1898 and this book was published on December 27, 1898. Batalvi had even asked the British Government if he could carry a pistol, citing fanatical Ahmadi’s that might kill him as a the reason.

An announcement from Nov 28th, 1898 is also published inside this book. Yuz Asaf is mentioned in this book as well as MGA’s theft of the swoon theory (see page 25). This seems to be the first time that MGA mentioned the “swoon-theory”, this was also pointed out by Dr. Griswold in 1902. The “Marham-i-Esa” medicine is also discussed. Jafar Zatalli is also mentioned in this book.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers got the sahaba wrong in “Jesus in India”

Jesus in India was published posthumously in the winter of 1908. It contains a false argument wherein it is argued that Eisa (As) was a traveler. MGA and his team of writers didn’t check the original arabic edition of Kanzul Ummul and instead relied on the urdu translation. Thus, they attributed this story to the wrong sahaba. This is ironic, since MGA quoted the wrong sahaba in this scenario and wasn’t corrected by his GOD. Furthermore, MGA and his team purposely mis-translated the story from Kanzul Ummul. Specifically, they mis-translated the part about Eisa (as) having to flee from his country. Furthermore, the author of Kanzul Ummul writes just below some of these hadith that these are inauthentic.

Bro Haji explained all of this properly herein. Read a similar essay herein.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers fraudulently claimed that Eisa (as) was a travelling prophet, and thus, made it to India

We have posted some scans in the below wherein it is stated that Eisa (as) was a travelling prophet, however, this refers to his life before the crucifixtion, and not after it. Watch Bro Haji’s video on this for a clearer explanation (towards the end). Qurtubi gives a good explanation also (see the scans in the below), he says that Eisa (as) would sometimes be in Egypt (Misr) and sometimes in Syria and sometimes by sea.

MGA and his team of writers also quoted Kanzul Ummul via Jesus in India for similar hadith.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers/readers/editors/researchers/imams

MIrza Ghulam Ahmad was not capable of reading (since he was blind by age 40-50) and writing (since his right arm was broken), nor was he capable of leading prayers (salaat), he never led a Khutbah Juma or an Eid Khutbah (a few times, after the main Eid speech, MGA made comments, these were mostly unintelligible ramblings, which were edited and created into books). His main ghost writer and manager was Noorudin, who was a capable imam, Noorudin was a member of the Ahl-e-Hadith and his followers of his own before he met MGA. Another Ahl-e-hadith imam that MGA hired was Syed Muhammad Ahsan Amrohi, who moved to Qadian in 1891, he edited most of MGA’s books and newspapers, he was not a student of Noorudin, however, he knew MGA from MGA’s relationship with the Ahl-e-Hadith imam’s of Bhopal. Maulvi Abdul Karim was a student of Noorudin and he was at Ludhiana for the bait ceremony of 1889, he moved to Qadian in 1890-1891 and became the main imam at Masjid Mubarak and Masjid Aqsa. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was another inside man, he worked in the letters department and became the editor of the Al-Badr in 1905, when the owner died of plague. Another inside worker was MIrza Khuda Bakhsh, another pupil of Noorudin. The final point is that all of these “insiders” lived together in MGA’s house, they were thus able to plan the mission of Ahmadiyya, while MGA did nothing all day.
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What is “Satt Bachan” (1895) by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers

Per Ahmadiyya sources, “Satt Bachan” translates as the “The True Word” (see Hidden Treasures). It was published by MGA and his team of writers in 1895, it is in urdu only. Per Muhammad Ali in 1915, it was published in October of 1895. In this book, MGA and his ghost writers wrote that Esa (as) lived an additional 87 years after the event of crucifixtion, that would make his age at death to be 120, since Esa (As) was 33 at the event of crucifixtion. Up to this point (September of 1895), MGA and his team hadn’t surmised that Esa (as) died in Kashmir, however, they did come up with the age of 120. This comes from the time-frame wherein MGA and his team were slowly developing the Yuz Asaf=Jesus in India theory. MGA also writes that the CHOLA of Guru Baba Nanak physically came down from heaven.

In 1875, Pandit Dyanand had written a wrote a book, entitled Satyarath Prakash, in which he declared that Guru Nanak was illiterate, who posed as a man of learning and it was out of sheer vanity and conceit that Baba Nanak was made a saint by ignorant people after his death. MGA seems to have been responding to that in this book. MGA sent a deputation to the custodian of the Chola Sahib in Dera Baba Nanak, the deputation reported that they had seen written on the Chola verses from the Holy Quran. MGA then decided to see the Chola of Baba Nanak Sahib himself. So, he went to Dera Baba Nanak on September 30, 1895. The custodians of the Chola did not know what was written on it. The custodians found it unusual that one should be so interested to see the Chola in original. The keeper, who was paid fourteen rupees by the people who accompanied MGA, allowed the writings on the Chola to be copied out. It openly declared that “Islam was the only true religion and Muhammad was the Messenger of God.”

It covers pages 112 to 307 of Ruhani Khuzain, the book is 192 pages, MGA signs off 12-1-1895, on the last page.

Mirza criticised the Sikhism of his time in this book. To prove his fabrications, Mirza fabricated stories and attributed some of the poetry to Baba Gurunanak which was actually composed by Bhagat Kabir a hindu saint. In his book Mirza made mockery of some of the rituals and beliefs of the Sikh community. Mirza also declared Garanth Sahib, the holy book of Sikh, as a fake one. He also quoted a cloak bearing Quraanic verses gifted by Amir of Baghdad to Baba Gurunanak. Mirza also accused and criticised Pandit Dayanand for using obnoxious words against Baba Gurunanak.

Mirza extended this criticism against Sikhmat in his book Surma chashm Ariya as well. One of disciples of Mirza, namely Shaikh Yusuf said to be a formar Sikh, has also fuelled the fire by writing book against Sikh religion on the same lines.

This foolish move by Mirza sent a wave of contempt and provocation amongst the Sikhs in India. They made great hue and cry against Muslims thinking Mirza to be a muslims. Sardar Seva Singh One of the most enthusiastic Sikhs, brought out three books in response to Mirza and his disciple, one of them titled as Noor e pur Fatoor. (A light full of evils). The other one being Chola Sahib, In these books the author not only criticised Mirza but he also attacked on Islam, Arabs and Muslims. Author held Quraan to be an unauthentic book, not from Allah but collected by Sahaba from tree, bones and leaves, years after prophet of Islam. The author also wrote in the books that Nauzubillah Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w. has falsely created certain verses of Quraan regarding Paradise.

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The 2nd Khalifa also used a team of ghost-writers

Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad never wrote anything in his life, he was given opium as an infant and had terrible vision. He failed his matriculation exam in 1905-1906 and thus proved that he didn’t know Urdu/English/Arabic. Nevertheless, the Mirza family and their band of brainwashed Ahmadi’s boasted about him and helped create his own newspaper, the Tashhiz al-Azhan. Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal was the editor and thus wrote essay’s on behalf of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. In 1914, when Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad became the Khalifa, they immediately began to call him the Musleh Maud (and he remained silent). In those days, in addition to Qazi Muhammad Zahuruddin Akmal (Mahmud Ahmad raped his daughter on the roof of Masjid Mubarak), Maulvi Sarwar Shah was also a ghost writer, as well as Maulvi Sher Ali. In 1915, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s published an english commentary of the Quran (and ascribed to the 2nd Khalifa, who didn’t know english and failed his matriculation exam)(it was only 2 chapters and discontinued), this was done to counteract the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. This commentary was created to counteract the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. Muhammad Ali and the Lahori-Ahmadi’s published their famous commentary in 1917 and from London, England, the Nation of Islam used this commentary to create their kufr.

Over the years, they began to prepare murrabi’s who would happily write books on behalf of the Khalifa. From 1915 to 1947, the team consisted of Malik Ghulam Farid, Jalal ud Din Shams, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, Zafrullah Khan, Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani, Maulvi Sher Ali, Hafiz Roshan Ali, Abdur Rahim Nayyar, Ismail Halalpuri, Mirza Bashir Ahmad and Maulana Abul Ata aka Maulana Abul Ata Jalandhari. This culminated in 1947, Malik Ghulam Farid (1897–1977), was deputed the task of preparing various commentaries on the Quran, in urdu and english. His urdu commentaries were ascribed to the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and appeared with only nine chapters along with an introduction in 1947, the Khalifa signed off on the introduction on 2-28-1947, thus it was published in late February from Qadian, British-India.

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What is “Risalah Dawat E Qoum” a short booklet by MGA and his team

“Risalah Dawat E Qoum” (Invitation to the nation) seems to be a small booklet (27 pages)(Urdu) that was written by MGA and his team and seems to have been inserted into “Anjam-e-Athim” in 1984 as part of the Ruhani Khuzain editing project by Mirza Tahir Ahmad in 1984 and from the UK.

The quotes are in the below. MGA talks about Dajjal, MGA invented the 23-year theory for Prophets, and his opinion on 69:44 herein. Mr. ‘Abd-ul-Haq of Ghazni is discussed too. AS well as the Abdullah Athim prophecy. 

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Did MGA’s team steal from Al-Ghazali when they presented “The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam” in 1896?

It seems that MGA and his team of ghost writers stole from the famous Imam Al-Ghazali as they presented “The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam” in 1896. You can read academic studies on the connection of Nafs and Imam Ghazali herein. Or, you can go straight to the source and read “Book of the Explanation of the Mysteries of the Heart” by Imam Al-Ghazali. You can also read a summary of this book herein. You can also read how the difference in human concepts, according to Al-Ghazali and Sigmund Freud, lies in the workings of the three terms of human personality. MGA and his team of writers also combined the Sir Syed Ahmad rationalism into this speech.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team wrote how Bahá’u’lláh claimed to be the Messiah

It seems that MGA and his crew wrote in the Al-Hakam how Baha-ullah claimed to be the Messiah and not God in 1904 (see in the below). This is actually a quote from a question posed to al-Hakam. The Al-Hakam presented this to their team, however, they didn’t answer question. This was in terms of prophets living more than 23 years. The questioner asked the editors as to why Bahaullah lived so long after his claim. Ahmadi editors claim that someone has to keep their claims active for 23 years for it to be valid.

Read our additional writings on this topic herein.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers wanted to get Christian’s to join Ahmadiyya, thus, they invented some silly parallels which might entice a Christian to convert to Ahmadiyya. Initially, in the 1878-1882 era, via Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 3 (see page 211 online english edition), MGA scoffed at the idea of God having sons and etc. Then again in 1891, when MGA claimed to be the Messiah and Mahdi (in 1892), MGA spoke of himself in some type of weird metaphoric trinity. In 1892, MGA had his famous dream wherein he thought himself to be God (see at the 5:48 mark).

In the 1907 era (See Haqiqatul Wahy), MGA was claiming that his GOD was human and ate, fasted and etc. MGA took it a step further and claimed to receive a revelation wherein his God called him his son. This could also be a rip-off of Bahaism. In the same book (Haqiqatul Wahy) also claimed to be the Brahman Avatar in a weird revelation. MGA and his team of writers mentioned how this was all metaphorical, just like MGA’s prophethood.

Furthermore, it should be noted that MGA called himself the baruz of God (naozobillah), just like he had claimed to be the baruz (second manifestation) of Muhammad (saw) (astagfarullah). MGA also claimed to have been given the highest throne of them all. This was all in the era of 1906-1907.

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