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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said the injeel of Yuz Asaf would break the cross

Intro
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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Mirza Tahir Ahmad was afraid of Suzanne Olsson’s potential DNA test of in Roza Bal

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In the mid-to-late 1990’s, Suzanne Olsson seems to have gotten permits from the Indian government to take bones from the gravesite of Yuz Asaf. These permits were revoked it seems and we think Mirza Tahir Ahmad secretly convinced the Indian government to revoke these permits. The reason we think as such is because there is clear evidence of Mirza Tahir Ahmad in 1996 casting doubt on the Yuz Asaf theory and thus telling Ahmadi’s that even if the bones tomb ends being proven as less than 500 years old, Ahmadiyya isn’t false.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad did this since he had heard that Suzanne Olsson (check out her facebook page) was planning on conducting DNA testing on the Yuz Asaf grave site. Mirza Tahir Ahmad got scared and began planning for a situation wherein “if” it was proven that the body and gravesite were less than 500 years old. You can listen to Suzanne Olsson herein explaining how she had gotten permits from the government of India, however, abruptly, it was all stopped. There is also a video of local Kashmiri’s who claim that Yuz Asaf came from Egypt and is not Eisa (As). You can watch the full video herein, its from Bj Witelus‘ youtube channel. Check out Suzanne Olsson’s website herein. Her book on this topic was published in 2018. You can listen to her interview on “The Indo-Aryan Israelites of Kashmir”.

Nowaday’s (2021), after the Shams ud Din challenge, Ahmadi’s are totally avoiding 23:50 and MGA’s assertions. Ahmadi‘s like Yahya Khan and Saleem Mir refuse to properly review MGA’s writings on this matter from Haqiqatul Wahy and many others places.

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Mirza Tahir Ahmad told Ahmadi’s that Yuz Asaf might not be Eisa (as)

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In 1996, Mirza Tahir Ahmad told Ahmadi’s that even if this grave is not that of Eisa (as), it makes no difference. Mirza Tahir Ahmad knew that MGA used 23:50 in terms of Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as), however, he chose to downplay that. This was never stated before him. Watch the full video here. This is in total contradiction with his father, the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and their interpretations of 23:50 of the Quran.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad did this since he had heard that Suzanne Olsson (check out her facebook page) was planning on conducting DNA testing on the Yuz Asaf grave site. Mirza Tahir Ahmad got scared and began planning for a situation wherein “if” it was proven that the body and gravesite were less than 500 years old. You can listen to Suzanne Olsson herein explaining how she had gotten permits from the government of India, however, abruptly, it was all stopped. There is also a video of local Kashmiri’s who claim that Yuz Asaf came from Egypt and is not Eisa (As). You can watch the full video herein, its from Bj Witelus‘ youtube channel. Check out Suzanne Olsson’s website herein. Her book on this topic was published in 2018.

Nowaday’s (2021), after the Shams ud Din challenge, Ahmadi’s are totally avoiding 23:50 and MGA’s assertions. Ahmadi‘s like Yahya Khan and Saleem Mir refuse to properly review MGA’s writings on this matter from Haqiqatul Wahy and many others places.

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“Qabar-i-Masih” (1936) by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq—free download

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It seems that in 1936, through the funding of Seth Abdullah Allahdin, the Ahmadiyya Movement was able to publish “Qabar-i-Masih” (1936) by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq. Ahmadiyya sources claim that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq traveled to Kashmir in 1925 and completed his research in three years, others Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he visited again in 1934. This seems to be the first huge research project on the Yuz Asaf theory after many years. Remember, in 1926, via “Invitation to Ahmadiyya”, the Khalifa connected 23:50 with Yuz Asaf and claimed that MGA proved 2 things, that Eisa (As) died and that he was buried in Kashmir (see page 185-186 of the online english edition). Even if Tafsir-e-Kabeer, the Khalifa wrote the same. It wasn’t until Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s Khilafat, that was when Ahmadi’s began to disconnect the Quran (23:50) from the Yuz Asaf theory.

It was written in October 1936. They printed 1050 copies. The cecond page is in english, the rest is in Urdu.

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Who is Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry?

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Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry was a Qadiani-Ahmadi and was born in British-India in 1934. He obtained degrees in Law, Physics and Islamic Studies. He moved to England in 1967 and spent the rest of his working life teaching in London Schools.

He was appointed as the first Chairman of the Children’s Book Committee by Mirza Tahir Ahmad in 1984 and was also appointed as the first International Press secretary for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He held both of these posts until he passed away in 2005.

Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry has written over twenty books aimed at young children.

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Noman Alam, #Ahmadiyyafactcheckblog and Ak Shaikh discuss #Ahmadiyya persecution

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In this video, Noman Alam interviewed #Ahmadiyafactcheckblog on Ahmadiyya persecution. Ak Shaikh showed up too.

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Saleem Mir says that the Ahmadiyya jamaat doesn’t claim Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as) per the quran or hadith

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The Shams ud Din challenge has left Ahmadi’s baffled. Yahya Khan and Saleem Mir didn’t know that MGA and his team of writers used 23:50 of the Quran to prove that Yuz Asaf= Eisa (as). We recently caught Saleem Mir admitting to this.

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Ahmadi’s believe that iblis was a human

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Iblis is mentioned 11 times in the Quran by name, nine times related to his refusal against God’s command to prostrate himself before Adam. See 2:34, 7:11, 15:31, 15:32, 17:61, 18:50, 20:116, 26:95, 34:20, 38:74, and 38:75. It should be noted that the word Shaitan (‏(الشيطان is mentioned in the Quran 87 times. The Qur’an says that Iblis was an angel, but in Surah Kahf it says that Iblis was a Jinn. It seems that iblis was a jinn who eventually became Shaitan.

Recently, we have found a video of an Ahmadi mullah wherein he tells the world that Iblis was a human, and not a jinn, since Ahmadi’s don’t believe in Jinn anyways, in contrast to MGA. Muslim scholars have never called Iblis a human, they have opined that he was a jinni of sorts.

What did MGA write about Iblis? This is unknown. Mirza Tahir Ahmad might be the main source of info here. Faran Rabbani, an Ahmadi mullah in the USA recently said that iblis was a human. You can watch the full video here, he answers this in the last few minutes. Another Ahmadi mullah (Adnan Ahmad) said the same. We checked the 1988 famous 5-volume of the Quran and it didn’t say that Iblis was a human (insaan in urdu), it leaves the topic open.

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

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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”. 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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