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Jesus in India? The Yuz Asaf theory?

“Barlaam and Josaphat” and its connections with #Ahmadiyya and the Yuz Asaf theory

In 1895-1896, it seems that from India, a new edition of “Barlaam and Josaphat” was published by a man named Joseph Jacobs. You can read the book online herein. He seems to have connected Yuz Asaf with this book. MGA and his team of writers were silent about this. In 1898, for the first time ever, MGA and his team of writers mentioned Yuz Asaf and his grave in Kashmir= Eisa (As).

In 1906, in the english Review of Religions (May edition, pages 185-188), Muhammad Ali quoted “Barlaam and Josaphat” as he wrote an essay about “A short sketch of the Ahmadiyya Movement”. This seems to be the first and only time that the Ahmadiyya Movement quoted “Barlaam and Josaphat”. In March of 1906, via “Chasma Masihi”, MGA mentions the story of Yuz Asaf. MGA claims that the injeel of Yuz Asaf is older than Jesus (as). MGA and his team seem to be quoting the famous “Barlaam and Josaphat”.

It should be noted that 23:50 of the Quran is connected to Yuz Asaf and the death of Eisa (As) in Kashmir (see page 190). We have archived all the occurrences of Yuz Asaf in the english Review of Religions herein.

This was quoted in Walter in 1918. In fact, Walter claims to have visited the tomb in 1913. In J.D. Shams work of 1945, he claims that MGA never used “Barlaam and Josaphat” (see the ref in the below). In 1952, Khwaja Nazir Ahmad added “Barlaam and Josaphat” to his bibliography, we are unsure how it was quoted. Finally in 1977, Alfred Mall indirectly quoted Walter’s work. We have also added Tahir Ijaz’s essay on “Barlaam and Josaphat” and its connections with #Ahmadiyya and the Yuz Asaf theory from 1986 in the Review of Religions.

In October of 2021, Saleem Mir said that when MGA quoted Swane Yuz Asaf (see at the 1:44:44 mark), he was really referring to “Barlaam and Josaphat”.

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Shahzadah Yuz Asaf by Mirza Safdar Ali (1896)

Per Ahmadiyya sources (See Raz-e-Haqiqat, 1898), a surgeon named Mirza Safdar Ali wrote a book in 1895-1896, which was reviewed by “The Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College
Magazine” (See Raz e Haqiqat, pages 30-21). Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his team of writers tell us that Mirza Safdar Ali was living under and living in the “Government of Nizam” (which seems to be the rulers of Hyderabad, which is South India).

It was only after the publishing of this essay did MGA and his team of writers begin to assert that Yuz Asaf=Eisa (as).
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Shams ud Din inspired and educated Watson Gill about the Ahmadi belief of Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as)

Shams ud Din has inspired 1000’s of people towards the reality of #Qadianism, including me, Bashir Ahmad Shah. Shams ud Din was the first ever researcher to point out the academic dishonesty of MGA in terms of the Yuz Asaf data in “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat” and other books like Tarikh Azami.

Nevertheless, a Pakistani-Christian pastor, Watson Gill made this video based on Shams ud Din’s research work, enjoy. Many Pakistani Christians have objected to #Ahmadiyya and their fake asylum business, see here.

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Reverend Thakur Das refuted the Yuz Asaf theory in 1903, via his essay entitled, “The Greatest Discovery Exploded”

Reverend J.L. Thakur Das was an indian Hindu who converted to Christianity, he was present during MGA’s 15 day written debate with Athim (see Mujadid e Azim, online abridged version, page 462). Not to be confused with Thakur Das from Kashmir who converted to Ahmadiyya in 1889 and was named Shaikh Abdullah, who quit Ahmadiyya in 1891-1892. He also wrote articles against Islam in the Moslem World magazine.

Nevertheless, we have posted his book vs. the Yuz Asaf theory from 1903. He refers to an article in the Qadiani newspaper Al-Hakam by S. Abdul Rahman. He argues that Yuz Asaf was an honorary title given to this tomb and really referred to the story of Barlaam and Josaphat. He also quoted the famous Ikmal-ud-Din. He goes on to argue that the 12 tribes of Israel never went to India, per the Bible too. Das talks about the shrine of Lady Eleanor in Kashgar (western china). He mentions Nicholas Notovitch and MGA’s medicine, the Marham-e-Isa. He mentions MGA’s death prophecy vs. Dowie and Piggot. He then mentions the debate with Athim and gives a reference to the Nur Afshan of August 17th, 1894. He is mentioned in the ROR of Dec-1919.
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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said the injeel of Yuz Asaf would break the cross

In late 1902, 4 years after MGA began asserting that there was a “Tibetan-injil” that had been found (1898). MGA and his team of writers connected 23:50 with Yuz Asaf, and an alleged escape of Eisa (As) and Maryam to Kashmir. MGA and his team of writers then published a fake dream of MGA wherein MGA claimed that he saw that the injil that had been found in Kashmir would break the cross.

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Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din aka Yuz Asaf is a descendant of the the eighth Imam in Twelver Shia Islam

Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din (also spelled Syed Naseer ud Din or Syed Nasr-ud Din) is a descendant of the the eighth Imam in Twelver Shia Islam, Ali ibn Musa al-Ridha. Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din came to Kashmir via the the Shia-invasion (see the Shah-Mir Dynasty) happened roughly in 1381-1561 (see the court case of 1770 as translated by Fida Hassnain). Nevertheless, during the Shah-Mir Dynasty, it seems that Syed Nasir ud Din came to Kasmir and died therein, he was also a Shia-sufi. The Shah Durrani empire took over next and ruled from roughly 1561 until 1751 the Mughal empire took over Kashmir and had a hardline policy towards the Shia’s. This was followed by the Shah Durrani empire. They wrote about the tomb of Syed Nasir ud Din and claimed it was also called “Yuz Asaf”. The Sikh’s took over in 1820 and didn’t give up Kashmir until 1947.

It seems that all the stories about Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din were total fabrications by Shia’s as they were trying to get their tombs saved from demolition during the reign of the Mughal empire. By claiming that this tomb was from the Hindu-Buddhist era, they were able to save it. Thus, the descendants of Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din were able to keep this housing complex in their control.

Read Reverend H.U. Weitbrecht letters on this topic, i.e., “The Truth About The Tomb of Yus Asaf known as Rauza Sahib Srinagar” and “The Srinagar tomb of Sayyad Nasr-ud-Din”.

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In 1918, Ahmadi’s told Walter that MGA’s god revealed to him that Yuz Asaf= Eisa (As)

In 1913, Howard Arnold Walter travelled to Kashmir and inquired about the tomb of Yuz Asaf. In 1914, he wrote “Islam in Kashmir” in the Moslem World magazine. He was also conducting research on Ahmadiyya. From 1916-1918, H. A. Walter seems to have written this in-depth biography of the Ahmadiyya Movement, he was in Qadian and spoke to the Khalifa and was advised in terms of the beliefs of MGA. It was published in roughly Oct-Nov of 1918 (See the preface, which signs off at 10-10-1918, Walter died just 3 weeks later). This book was edited Farquhar, who had written about the Ahmadiyya Movement in 1914-1915 and was published.

In this book, he tells the world that while he was in Mohallah Khan Yar in the summer of 1913. He visited the tomb (and seems like he didn’t read the research work on Weitbrecht) and asked many questions. He says that Muslims told him that this house (gravesite) was in possession of the Hindu’s/Buddhist’s until Shia Islam came via Bulbul Shah. Walter then writes that this is the tomb that MGA said was miraculously revealed to him. Walter also explained how Hindu temples were being destroyed in Kashmir. In the 1990’s, Mirza Tahir Ahmad began casting doubt on the Yuz Asaf theory, and thus, by 2021, Ahmadi’s are calling it mere conjecture by MGA.

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Khalifa Nur-ud-Din lied about 72 witnesses and 570 ulema of Kashmir believing that Yuz Asaf=Eisa (as)

After MGA wrote Raz-e-Haqiqat and lied to the world about Yuz Asaf (1898), MGA and his team decided to send Khalifa Nur ud Din to Mohalla Khanyar, Srinagar, Kashmir on a fact finding expedition. You can listen to our sister Pious Spirit explaining this in her video on the Shamd ud Din RB channel (at 18:58 she explains Maulvi Abdullah). This is very odd, since it seems like Maulvi Abdullah left Ahmadiyya shortly after his letter was published in Raz-e-Haqiqat. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that in 1899, MGA and his team began writing the famous “Jesus in India” (it was published as incomplete book after MGA died in 1908). MGA published an announcement entitled, Al-Ishtihar al-Ansar (Announcement – the Helpers) on October 4, 1899 (See Mujadid-e-Azim, online english abridged version, page 835. However, in this announcement, MGA was telling the world that Khalifa Nur ud Din Jamooni had already went to Mohalla Khanyar, Srinagar, Kashmir and obtained the testimony of 556 ulema (see the Friday Sermon of Mirza Masroor Ahmad of 5-25-12 at the 33:28 to 35:19 mark, we have condensed this into a tik tok too)(see also Mujadid-e-Azim, online english abridged version. In 2012, Mirza Masroor said it was 560 ulema. Dard also mentions this announcement of 10-4-1899 (see pages 684-685). Dard claims that the expedition didn’t leave until 11-12-1889, thus contradicting the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. Nevertheless, 3 years, MGA and his team published “Al-Huda Wa-Tabsirato Liman Yara” (arabic only) and claimed that Khalifa Nur ud Din had 72 witnesses and even wrote their names who were supposedly testifying that Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as). In fact, in “Al-Huda Wa-Tabsirato Liman Yara”, MGA and his team of editors claimed that claimed that 100,000 people are witnesses that Yuz Asaf = Eisa (as).

In 1945, Maulvi Abdullah popped back into the story. He seems to have written a letter to Qadian wherein he stated that the letter which he wrote to MGA had been interpolated by MGA and his team of writers, he was a Bahai at this point and wanted to set the record straight (see all the scans in the below). Maulvi Abdullah said that he wrote this letter in response to an article by the Al-Furqan of 1944, wherein it was argued that generation after generation of Muslims believed Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as)(see Pious Spirit at the 47:56 mark). Nevertheless, Maulvi Abdullah says that the Khalifa never responded to his letter. However, in an Ahmadiyya newspaper, “The Furqan” of February 1946 (see page 40), (see Pious Spirit at the 36:25 mark), the Khalifa wrote that the denial of Maulvi Abdullah makes no difference in the case of Yuz Asaf = Eisa (as), many companions of MGA went on a fact finding expedition and also confirmed that Yuz Asaf = Eisa (as). The Khalifa continued that this knowledge {that Yuz Asaf = Eisa (as)} has been passes down through many generations of the families that live in Mohalla Khanyar. Thus, the 2nd Khalifa was claiming that MGA was wrong as he quoted Maulvi Abdullah’s letter in Raz-e-Haqiqat. Maulvi Abdullah goes on to state that the majority of the Muslims and ulema of Kashmir consider MGA to be a Kafir. At the end, Maulvi Abdullah seems to have been a rogue-Lahori-Ahmadi, he did eventually convert to Bahaism before he died. Maulvi Abdullah also says that the list of 72 witnesses was his work, and not that of Khalifa Nur ud Din, thus, proving that MGA and his team fabricated the expedition of Khalifa Nur ud Din, moreover, in those survey’s that were given out, it was never written that Eisa (as) was buried in Yuz Asaf’s grave, thus, destroying the Ahmadiyya position. Maulvi Abdullah also seems to have gotten 55 of the 72 to attest to the fact that they don’t believe that Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as) (see Pious Spirit at 22:04).

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