Who is Chaudhry Mohammad Hussain (1891–1969)? The father of Dr. Abdus Salam #salamonnetflix

Chaudhry Mohammad Hussain was the father of the famous Dr. Abdus Salam (See the Al-Nahl magazine of 1997). He was born on 9-3-1891 at Jhang.  He had a total of 9 children. Most of this data is taken from an essay from his son, Chaudhry Abdul Hamid, which was published in the Al-Nahl of 1997.

His children
With his first wife
—one daughter, Masooda Begum

With his second wife
–SON–Abdus Salam
–SON–Chaudhry Abdul Hamid
–SON–M.A. Majid
–SON–name unknown
–SON–name unknown
–SON–name unknown
–SON–name unknown

At age 24, he enrolled himself at the Islamia College in Lahore in pursuit of a BA. However, he failed-out of this school soon thereafter. It is unknown how he paid for his classes and housing.

Per Ahmadiyya sources, he joined Ahmadiyya just 14 days before the death of Maulvi Noorudin (the Khalifa at the time).  This would be roughly February 28th, of 1914. He joined Ahmadiyya on a whim, he didn’t properly study it, Ahmadiyya sources claim that he saw a dream. At this time, he was already engaged to his first cousin from his maternal uncle (mother’s brother). This uncle was a solid Sunni-Muslim and publicly opposed Ahmadiyya. Ahmadiyya sources speak of his death in mockery, as they do with all of the opponents of Ahmadiyya, they are happy when we die and publicize those details, they do this in spite, since we archived the fact that MGA died of excessive diarrhea, which is a major sign of cholera.

Ahmadiyya sources tell us that immediately after becoming an Ahmadi, he mysteriously got a job with the British Government as a temporary teacher at Government High School in Jhang.

He married Saeeda Begum. She died while in child birth on 4-20-1922, their daughter was nevertheless born and named Masooda Begum.

ON may, 11th, he married again, his eldest daughter was roughly 2 years old at the time. He married Hajira Begum, she was the daughter of a companion of MGA, Hafiz Nabi Baksh. There are 3 Nabi Baksh’s that are mentioned in “The Life of Ahmad” by Dard. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that Hafiz Nabi Baksh had came into contact with MGA 10 years before his claims, which makes it roughly 1880-1881. He was a toilet attendant of MGA’s, just like Shaikh Hamid Ali. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he spent many nights with MGA in the Baitul Fikr at Qadian. Only 3 people were allowed to sleep in the Baitul Fikr in those days, those three were MGA, Shaikh Hafiz Hamid Ali and Hafiz Nabi Baksh.

Dr. Abdus Salam is born.

He orders his entire household to serve Abdus Salam like a king.

He seems to have bought some farm land and thus qualified as a farmer, he then has his son, Abdus Salam apply for a scholarship at Cambridge, and it works, Salam gets the money for college.

He moves to Pakistan with the bulk of the Ahmadi’s in the Punjab. He seems to have settled in Multan, Pakistan, or he was already there before the partition and thus didn’t have to move. He became President of a local Ahmadiyya Jamaat.

He retires from Government service and moves back to Jhang, Pakistan.

1959, April
He moves to England to live with his eldest son, Dr. Abdus Salam.

At age 79, he serves the Jamaat of London, he was the secretary of Taleem and Tarbiyyat.

In December, he abruptly decides to leave England and moves back to Pakistan. On the way to Pakistan, he stops at Mecca and performs Umrah with his son and many members of his family.

He lives all over the country at his 6 son’s homes. Some lived in Sheikhapura, Multan and Karachi. It is unclear what jobs his sons did.

He dies on 4-7-1969 in Karachi. His body was transported to Qadian and buried in a special tract area of Bahishti Maqbara, it is called, “Qit’a-i-Mobashshshireen”, for which the Khalifa (Mirza Nasir Ahmad) has granted special permission in recognition of his services to Ahmadiyya.

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Who is Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry? born on 19 August 1926 in British India

Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry was a Qadiani-Ahmadi who was commissioned in the Royal Indian Air Force as P/Off., and was inducted in No. 7 Squadron in 1946, this was after WW-2, so it seems that he never saw any action. He was appointed by Bhutto as the first Chief of Airb Staff of Pakistan Air Force, appointed in 1972 until his resignation in October of 1974. Ahmadiyya sources tell us that he resigned because Ahmadi’s were declared as Non-Muslim. He was 48 at that time. In 1947, per the order of his Khalifa, he decided to join the Pakistani Air Force, some Ahmadi’s remained in the Indian Air Force, however, most of them did move to Pakistan. Hence, Mirza Bashir Ahmad wrote an essay saying it was admissible for Ahmadi’s to kill other Ahmadi’s in war. By the 1960’s, he joined an ever increasing list of Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military, the others are General Abdul Ali Malik, General Akhtar Hussain Malik (his brother) another group of brothers who became Generals are General Iftikhar Janjua and Major General Ijaz Amjad.

Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry was born in SialkotPunjab in India on 19 August 1926.:217[1][2]

He enrolled at the Punjab University in Lahore, and graduated with bachelor’s degree in 1944, only to joined the Royal Indian Air Force.[3]:217[1]

In 1945, Chaudhry gained commissioned in the Royal Indian Air Force as P/Off., and was inducted in No. 7 Squadron in 1946.[2]

After the partition of India, he subsequently went to join the Pakistan Air Force, and qualified as an instructor on flying the T-6 Texan.:28-29[4] He was further educated at the RAF Staff College in AndoverHampshire in United Kingdom before being directed to attend the Joint Service Defence College of the British Army.:335[5] He later secured his qualification from the Imperial Defence College before returning to Pakistan.:38[6]

There are no records of his activities in this era. It is unclear if he participated in the war for Kashmir in 1948-1949.

In 1965, Air-Commodore Chaudhry served in the Air AHQ as a DG Air Operations, taking responsibility to plan combat aerial operations against the Indian Air Force during the second war with India.:122[7] In 1969, Air Cdre Chaudhry was appointed AOC of the Sargodha Air Force Base, eventually commanding the No. 38 (Tactical) Wing.:24[8]

In 1970, AVM Chaudhry was taken as secondment and was appointed as Managing-Director of the Pakistan International Airlines (MD PIA), which he directed until 1972.:134-135[9]

On 3 April 1972, Air Mshl. Chaudhry was appointed as first Chief of Air Staff and took over the command of the Pakistan Air Force.

Air Mshl. Chaudhry authorized the Air Force Intelligence (AFINTEL) to conduct inquiries for the court-martial of several senior air force generals and officers at the JAG Corps, Air Force for their alleged political role in stabilizing the civilian government.:95-96[10]  

Zafar disagreed with Bhutto on the court martial situation of 21 officers, Zafar tried to use underhanded tactics to oppose Bhutto. He was thus forcibly retired from military service on 4-15-1974 (See the Pakistan Times of 4-16-1974, via Bashir Ahmad, “Ahmadiyya Movement, British-Jewish connections”).

Chaudhry was the last air marshal to command the air force, and eventually led the air force’s command to Zulfiqar Ali Khan, the air force’s first four-star general.[1] After his retirement, Chaudhry became an activist and was a founding member of the Human Rights Commission (HRC), serving as its Treasurer [1] and is currently a Council Member.[2].

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  1.  Hussain, Syed Shabbir; Qureshi, M. Tariq (1982). History of the Pakistan Air Force, 1947-1982 (google books) (1st ed.). Islamabad, Pakistan: ISPR (Pakistan Air Force). p. 332. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  2. ^ Jump up to:a b Indian Air Force, IAF. “Service Record for Air Marshal Zafar Ahmed Chaudhry 3095 GD(P) at Bharat”Bharat Rakshak. Indian Air Force Database. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  3. ^ Naqvi, Ashfaque (28 September 2002). “Features: Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry”DAWN.COM. Dawn Newspapers. Dawn Newspapers. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  4. ^ Ahmad, S. M. (2001). “Pakistan’s Share of Aircraft from Undivided India”. A Lucky Pilot: Memoirs of Retired Wing Commander Lanky Ahmad (googleboosk) (1st ed.). Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan: Ferozsons. p. 177. ISBN 9789690013712. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  5. ^ Ilmi Encyclopaedia of General Knowledge. Ilmi Kitab Khana. 1979. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  6. ^ World Defence Who’s who. Macdonald and Jane’s. 1974. ISBN 9780356080031.
  7. ^ Fricker, John (1979). Battle for Pakistan: The Air War of 1965. I. Allan. p. 192. ISBN 9780711009295.
  8. ^ “Shaheen: Journal of the Pakistan Air Force”Shaheen: Journal of the Pakistan Air Force. Air Headquarters. 31 (1). 1984. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  9. ^ Roadcap, Roy Reginald (1972). World Airline Record. Roy R. Roadcap & Associates. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  10. ^ Khan, Inamul Haque (1999). Memoirs of Insignificance. Dar-ut-Tazkeer. p. 276.
  11. ^ Rizvi, H. (2000). Military, State and Society in Pakistan. Springer. ISBN 9780230599048. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  12. ^ Cloughley, Brian (2016). A History of the Pakistan Army: Wars and Insurrections. Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781631440397. Retrieved 15 January 2018.

Who is Major General Ijaz Amjad?

Major General Ijaz Amjad was an Ahmadi, he seems to be the younger brother of Major General Iftikhar Khan Janjua, there are a few other Ahmadi generals, they are General Abdul Ali Malik and General Akhtar Hussain Malik (these 2 are also brothers)and Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry. There isn’t a lot of data out there on his life, which might be because he quit Ahmadiyya. Nevertheless, he is yet another Ahmadi who served in the Pakistani military, in a book, Air battle of Pakistan commissioned by then Air Marshal Nur Khan, there are references to Ahmadi Pilots. According to Air commodore (later Air Marshal) Abdur Rahim a dangerous Air mission was planned and volunteers were asked and it was clear that it is possible none of the pilots would be able to come back, among dozens of officers only five pilots volunteered and all of them were Ahmadis and all of them returned safely after the mission was accomplished.

His son-in-law
Interestingly enough, his son-in-law is General Qamar Javed Bajwa ( born 11 November 1960).  We are unsure if his wife is still an Ahmadi. They may have left Ahmadiyya, it is really unknown. When Ahmadi’s leave Ahmadiyya, that news is not publicized. His wife’s name is unknown.

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Who is Major General Iftikhar Khan Janjua? (died December 9, 1971)

Major General Iftikhar Khan Janjua  HJ & Bar, SPk, SQA, (Urduافتخار خان جنجوعہ) (died December 9, 1971) of the Pakistan Army is the most senior Pakistani officer to have been killed in action. He is known in Pakistan as the hero of Rann of Kutch, as he was a brigadier general and an Ahmadi, in command of 6 Brigade, during the fighting in April 1965 prior to the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. He was killed in a helicopter crash, in Kashmir, during the Battle of Chamb while in command of 23 Infantry Division during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971.  There are a few other Ahmadi generals, they are General Abdul Ali Malik and General Akhtar Hussain Malik (these 2 are brothers) and Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry. Major General Iftikhar Janjua was known for his boldness and for the confidence he inspired among his men by being in the front lines during the heat of the battle. He was a Janjua Rajput, a tribe known for its Martial Reputation and royal ancestry. His father Raja Mehmood Amjad was a barrister and the family was settled in Sargodha District. He is brother of Major General Ijaz Amjad, another outstanding general.[7]

1965 war
In April 1965, as part of a tri-service exercise (Arrow Head), the Indians brought in 31 and 67 Infantry Brigades in area Karim Shahi – Kavda. The IAF and the Indian aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, supported by other naval vessels, also moved into the gulf. On 8/9 April, in a series of events not entirely clear, clashes broke out between the Indians and the Pakistanis at a post near Ding, Rann of Kutch.On 23 April Brigadier Iftikhar Janjua ordered the 4 Punjab to capture point 84 by first activity around Chad Bet. Since the progress of 6 Punjab was slow 2 Frontier Force (FF) was directed to join them. By first light, the battalion reached its objective without suffering too many casualties. 2 FF later attacked Biar Bet along with a squadron of 12 Cavalry. Biar Bet was captured by 0600 hours on 26 April.[1][2]

The outcome of the Rann of Kutch was considered as a positive for the Pakistan Army. As described by Lt General Gul Hassan Khan, then Director of Military Operations, in his later memoirs – “the set back in Kutch proved immeasurably disconcerting to the Indian army. As a result, the Government of India was in a quandary. On the other hand, ours was in a state of euphoria. The high command of our army was intoxicated by our showing and our morale could not possibly have been higher. We were ready for any task that may be assigned to us without any question.”.[3] The restraint shown by India would later convince Field Marshal Ayub Khan that the Indian Government was in no mood to fight. This encouraged them into launching the Kashmir offensive, which led to the War in September 1965.[3] After the 65 War, Janjua was the divisional commander of 6 Armoured Division even though he himself was an infantry officer [4] – no mean feat. He spared himself the time to learn about the nuances of armoured fighting vehicles and their operations. Soon after, Janjua would command 23 Division based at Jhelum.

1971 War
In the 1971 War, Janjua was divisional commander of 23 Infantry Division. He was assigned the task of capturing Chhamb, a strategically important town in Kashmir, which would turn out to be the only decisive victory for Pakistan on the Kashmir front of 1971. The fighting around Chhamb was intensely fierce and took toll on both the advancing Pakistani troops and the fiercely resisting Indian regiments. Although Janjua was advised by high command to try to take Chhamb from the south, Janjua said it was a better to take Mandiala bridge his troops would outflank the Indians eventually forcing them out of Chhamb and all the area west of Tawa.[5]

After intense fighting Mandiawala was captured, then Pallanwala and Chak Pandit, and on 9 December 1971, the first Pakistani troops entered the surrounding area around Chhamb under the personal supervision of Janjua. In the middle of fighting around Chhamb proper, on 9 December 1971, Janjua was killed when his OH-13S (Sioux) light helicopter, in which he was travelling on to coordinate and position his troops, was attacked.[6] His helicopter was shot down by an Indian shoulder-mounted weapon. He was badly burned and was evacuated to Combined Military Hospital Kharian Cantt. Iftikhar Khan Janjua Road is named after him in Rawalpindi, Cannt.

Iftikhar Janjua was a brilliant and charismatic leader who inspired his troops to continue to fight. It was leading from the front for which General Iftikhar Janjua is remembered even today by the troops who served in 23 Division during the Battle of Chhamb. It was this quality which enabled him to arrive at a realistic appraisal of the actual situation without undue reliance on exaggerated reports from lower echelons and successfully take Chhamb.[5

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Who is Lieutenant-General Abdul Ali Malik? 1938–

Lieutenant-General Abdul Ali Malik was an Ahmadi from birth and eventually became a three-star rank army general in the Pakistan Army and an engineering officer in the Corps of Engineers who earned distinction of leading the combat engineering formations to mechanized warfare in Chawinda during the second war with India in 1965, and later commanded the I Corps during the third war with India in 1971. He belonged to a small village called Pindori which is about 65 kilometres (40 mi) away from Rawalpindi. He joined Pakistan Army as a cadet-officer and later inducted in Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers. He completed his B.Sc. in electrical engineering from the Pakistan Military Academy, and served in the civil projects of the Pakistan Army. He is known to present at the constructions of the dam and had supervised the various projects in Punjab. His brother Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik was also an Army general and was himself a hero of 1965 war too. He retired from the Army after commanding the I Corps at Mangla.  There are a few other Ahmadi generals, they are General Akhtar Hussain Malik (his brother) another group of brothers who became Generals are General Iftikhar Janjua and Major General Ijaz Amjad.

1965 War with India
During the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965Brigadier Abdul Ali Malik was commander of the 24th infantry brigade in the Sialkot-Phillurah-Chamb sector. At the start of the war, his brigade was ordered by the senior 15 division to defend the imaginary Indian attack at Jasser bridge. Even though, he was reluctant to move forward (because of the Indian comprehensive orders were caught on the Indian side of border) he was forced to take his command to Jasser sector. However, it later turned out that those orders were indeed true, and he was ordered to move back into the same position. It was at this time, that Pakistan Army tanks caught the Indian armoured brigade by surprise, and hence was commenced the largest tank battle after World War II.

1971 War
Now promoted Major General Abdul Ali Malik commanded the 8th Infantry Division in the western sector of 1971 Indo-Pakistani War. His troops were stationed in the Sialkot sector, and apart from some skirmishes, a major all-out war didn’t happen.

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Who is General Akhtar Hussain Malik? (died 22 August 1969)

You will see Ahmadi’s running around social media bragging about these Ahmadi Generals.  However, the truth is that they were only promoted because they were Ahmadi’s. Ahmadi’s infiltrated all governments jobs from 1947 to 1974. They were also given ranks in the Pakistani Army, Air Force and Navy. Zafrullah Khan and Dr. Salam seem to have helped Ahmadi’s into these positions. Whereas, the average Pakistani was overlooked. In fact, S.E. Brush also wrote that Ahmadi’s were given governmental and military jobs at a disproportionate rate (an unfair rate). There are a few other Ahmadi generals, they are General Akhtar Hussain Malik (his brother) another group of brothers who became Generals are General Iftikhar Janjua and Major General Ijaz Amjad and Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry.

Who is General Akhtar Hussain Malik?
Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik (died 22 August 1969) was a distinguished General, a war hero of Pakistan Army in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965.  He was born in the small village of Pindori, now located in Punjab, Pakistan. He was the son of Malik Ghulam Nabi, a Headmaster at a local school. Despite the unavailability of schools in his village, his father made an effort to send him to a school miles away, where he and his friends had to walk for hours every day. After graduating from college, he enlisted as a sepoy in the British Indian Army. His personal qualities and education were soon noticed and he was sent to the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun for officer training and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant on the Special List on 1 June 1941.[1]

He was admitted to the Indian Army and posted to the 16th Punjab Regiment, specifically the newly raised 7th battalion.[2] He was promoted war substantive Lieutenant. He was appointed acting Captain 1 January 1942 then promoted temporary Captain 1 April 1942. He was appointed the Brigade Intelligence Officer for the 114th Indian Infantry Brigade on 1 January 1942.[3]

He would later serve with his battalion in Burma and Malaya and in September 1945 as a temporary Major was commanding “A” company, 7/16th Punjab Regiment in Malaya.[4]

On the partition of India in August 1947 Malik opted to join the Pakistani Army.


Major General Akhtar Hussain Mailk was known for his towering presence, unsullied boldness in strategy, quick thinking, and his love for his country.[5] Although he was highly admired and respected by his subordinates, he was very outspoken. As a brilliant tactician he planed Operation Gibraltar and Operation Grand Slam with under auspices of Field Marshal Ayub Khan.[6][7]

1965 war
As GOC 12th Division, he was the overall commander for Operation Grand Slam in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965. For his successful handling of the initial phase of the operation, he was awarded the Hilal-i-Jurat, the second highest gallantry award of the Pakistan Army. Controversially, the command was handed over to General Yahya Khan in mid operation, resulting in delay and eventual failure of the operation. The cause for this midway switch over is an object of speculation to this day. It is alleged that Field Marshal Ayub Khan knew that if General Akhtar Malik single highhandedly managed to capture Kashmir, he will become a hero for the public of Pakistan. General Yahya was thus introduced midway by Ayub Khan to foil any chances of rise of General Akhtar Malik as a hero who could become his political rival in future [8]. In a letter to his brother General Abdul Ali Malik, General Akhtar Malik highlighted sudden change of command and inapt leadership of General Yahya as one of the main causes of failure[9].

Qudrat Ullah Shahab an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan said that

“At a time when Major (General) Akhtar Hussain Malik was to take over Akhnoor to pave the way to take Srinager, the capital of Kashmir, he was wrongly removed from the command, and General Yahya Khan was put in his position. Perhaps the aim was to deprive Pakistan success in Akhnoor, Yahya Khan accomplished this task very well.”[10]

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto the ninth Prime Minister of Pakistan and its fourth President said

“Had General Akhtar Malik not been stopped in the Chamb-Jaurian Sector, the Indian forces in Kashmir would have suffered serious reverses, but Ayub Khan wanted to make his favorite, General Yahya Khan, a hero.”[11]

Malik was posted to CENTO in Ankara, Turkey where he died in a road accident. His body was brought back to Pakistan and being an Ahmadi, he was buried in Rabwah.

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  1.  October 1942 Secret Edition Indian Army List
  2. ^ October 1942 Secret Edition Indian Army List
  3. ^ October 1942 Secret Edition Indian Army List
  4. ^ Solah Punjab. The history of the 16th Punjab Regiment. page 275
  5. ^ “An Ahmadi General – who saved Pakistan” Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  6. ^ Pakistan’s Drift into Extremism: Allah, the Army, America’s War on Terror By Hassan Abbas Pg 44
  7. ^ Khan, M. Ilyas (5 September 2015). “The secret troops who tried to start a rebellion”. Retrieved 10 October 2019.
  8. ^ Anwar, Muhammad, 1948-. Pakistan : time for change. Baig, Ebad,. Bloomington, IN. ISBN 9781477250297OCLC 868067421.
  9. ^ “Letter of General Akhtar Malik (Re Grand Slam) – Brown Pundits” Retrieved 10 October 2019.
  10. ^
  11. ^ Pakistan’s Drift into Extremism: Allah, the Army, and America’s War on Terror By Hassan Abbas Pg 51

The annual Ahmadiyya Jalsa at Qadian in 1919

Technically, in 1919, there were 2 annual Jalsa’s in the Qadiani-Ahmadi schedule. The Qadiani-Ahmadi Jalsa of 1918 was supposed to be held in December of 1918, however, the Khalifa was sick and it was postponed and held in March of 1919.  Many Lahori-Ahmadi’s were invited to this Jalsa and even had an opportunity to speak.  After they spoke, Mir Muhammad Ishaq gave a refutation of their arguments (see “truth about the split”, pages 210-211, online english edition). The annual gathering of the Qadiani-Ahmadiyya community took place on the 26, 27, 28 and 29 December 1919. It is expected that there will be a gathering of Ahmadi ladies also, as usual.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad disliked the female name Fatimah

MGA was a very supersticious man. We have found many irregularities in his daily utterances which were recorded in the earliest sources on Ahmadiyya. MGA disliked the name Fatimah, most likely because the fate of Fatimah (the only surviving child of Muhammad (Saw)) was really bad in the opinion of MGA, however, to Muslims, she lived an amazing life. She was the mother of Hussain and Hassan, who were both brutally murdered by Muslims. She died 6 months after the death of Muhammad (Saw) and had refused to accept the Khilafat of Abu Bakr (ra). Nevertheless, Muslims love her and respect her and we love to use her name for our children. In fact, in Spain and other parts of the Spanish speaking world, the name Fatimah is used extensively.

See page 46 Maktubat e Ahmad Vol- 4

“Qazi Abdus salam one of the disciples of MGAQ says that the actual name of my paternal aunt was Fatimah but Hazrat sb (MGAQ) has changed this name and proposed her name as Amtul Rehman and said name of Fatimah attaches some kind of troubling life with it. “

Some Commentary
This girl was one of the many poor girls who were staying at MGAQ’s home serving him and his wife. So when she was married and was leaving the house of MGAQ, Nusrat Jehan said to MGAQ, what would happen after her departure? MGAQ said don’t you worry we would cause her stay longer once she returns from her husband’s home. It is customary in the Indo-Pak-Punjab that newly wed girl return to their parent’s home and stay there for few days, after one day of marriage and this is called as Muklawa so Mirza said “Muklawa lamba kar denge”, in other words, we will extend her return visit and make sure she is revealing any of the Mirza family secrets and etc.

The scan work

“”From Rabwah to Tel Aviv?” by Mirza Tahir Ahmad (1976)

We have found a book, which seems to have simply been an essay that was published in the Muslim Herald in the issue of May–1976.  This is a rare glimpse at Mirza Tahir Ahmad before he became Khalifa. This essay was in Urdu and by Mirza Tahir Ahmad was in response to a book entitled, “From Rabwah to Tel Aviv” which was published, circulated and sold at the “World Festival of Islam” which was held in the UK in 1976, it seems to have put together per the order of Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri. The Muslims who wrote the original book seem to have been working on connecting the Zionist movement with the Ahmadiyya Movement, specifically in terms of their work with the British and U.S. Goverments, it is likely that even Wahhabism are agents of the USA and the Britsh. We have attached what seems to have been an english translation of Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s response. Bashir Ahmad Rafiq (the long time imam at the Ahmadiyya mosque in London) wrote the foreward/preface. Furthermore, the politics of Ahmadiyya and western power and the Mirza families quest for their own country is discussed.

What did Mirza Tahir Ahmad object to?
Firstly, he seems to take exception to Muslims calling Ahmadi’s as Qadiani’s.  Ever since Ahmadi’s moved out of Qadian, they have taken exception to being called Qadiani’s, since most Ahmadi’s don’t live there anymore.

The full PDF
From Rabwah to Tel Aviv (1976) Mirza Tahir Ahmad

The book review
Mirza Tahir Ahmad starts off with quoting many verse of the Quran out of context. He asserts that all people who have opposed prophets have died miserably and etc.  He responds to the parallels that Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri makes between Judaism and Ahmadiyyat.  Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri seems to have argued, that like the Jews, Ahmadi’s have explained prophethood so that anyone could reach it, specifically any astrologer.  Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri seems to be correct, since Nostradamus made many predictions, and per MGA’s definition of a prophet, even Nostradamus fits.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad goes on to quote many verses of the Quran, he even quotes 69:44, which we have thoroughly refuted in the past.  Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri seems to make a parallel with the Jewish belief’s about Jesus and the Ahmadiyya belief’s, he calls it “continuation of the soul of Jesus”.  This most likely means that Jews believe that Jesus died and so do the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad is confused, he pivots and argues that Sunni/Shia-Muslims in-fact believe just like the Jews that a Messiah will physically ascend from the sky and thus they are the ones that are similar, Ahmadi’s believe that Jesus died in India and will never physically return, thus, contradicting the beliefs of Jews. Christians and Muslims.  Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri also seems to argue that MGA claimed to be a descendant of Jews and etc.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad tells us that Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri wrote that just like the Jews, Ahmadi’s denied all the miracles of Jesus (as), which is actually a valid assertion.

The reference work Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri’s book
Mirza Tahir Ahmad tells us that Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri quoted Anjam-e-Athim, the Al-Fazl of 1-3-1952.  Again, in this quotation, Ahmadi’s accuse all of their opponents to be like Abu Jahl.  This is a common Ahmadi tactic.  Ahmadi’s see all of these discussions as a lying competition and thus never engage honestly.  Instead Ahmadi’s do death duels (Mubahila’s) and pray for their enemies to die.  In this specific quote, Ahmadi’s claim that they don’t care if they are living in Pakistan and 99% of the country is against them, when Ahmadi’s will win, they will force their opponents to show their face and be humiliated.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad responds by saying that when Ahmadi’s do takeover Pakistan, they will show sympathy to their opponents, however, the purport of the essay in Al-Fazl was much different, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was simply watering down the statement from the Al-Fazl.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad direct quotes Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri
Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri wrote on Page 6 of his pamphlet:

“Under the auspices of the British and the Jews, Qadianiat is determined to swallow the whole world.  The Khalifa of Qadian has openly announced: ‘We do not know when God will commit the charge of the world to us but on our side, but we will be ready”.

Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri also quoted the Al-Fazl of 1-10-1952
Mirza Tahir Ahmad tells us that “Director of Propagation of MKA wrote this article and does in-fact have to do with the aggressive nature of tabligh in Ahmadi’s.

Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri also quoted the Al-Fazl of 2-14-1922
Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that this is a false reference, instead he says that it is really referring to the Al-Fazl of 2-27-1922.  Mirza Tahir Ahmad admits that this quote is true, however, brief. His father, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad did say that Ahmadi’s are looking to take over the world, however, its per the Quran that Islam would take over the world, Mirza Tahir Ahmad argues, he quotes 9:33.

Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri claims that Rabwah was created in the same vein as Israel, a favor from the USA and British
Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that the acquisition of Rabwah had nothing to do with British help. However, at that time, the governor of the Punjab was British and he made the final decision to sell 1034 acres of land to Mirza Basheer ud DIn Mahmud for dirt cheap. Mirza Tahir Ahmad also fails to mention that Zafullah Khan was working behind the scenes and helped make this sale a final deal.  In those days (1947–1953), Ahmadi’s had lots of political power and were unapologetically aggressive towards the Muslims of Pakistan. When his sale was in-progress, the press noted how Ahmadi’s were getting a sweet deal and the government was taking a loss. MIrza Basheer ud Did Mahmud Ahmad became the leader and then he leased out land to Ahmadi’s and thus became a millionaire. For the first time ever, Ahmadi’s were handed over a headquarters, a state within a state, which allowed the Ahmadi’s to organize and get advantage over all the Muslims of Pakistan. It should be noted that no other minority was given any tract of land as such, not the Christians, Hindus or Sikhs of Pakistan. Mirza Tahir Ahmad even quotes the Inqilab of 8-31-1948, page 6, columns 2&3, wherein an announcement of the pending sale was posted. However, this is normal when an auction is happening, a public notice must be published in the press.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad gives the Ahmadi opinion that only Muslims should be allowed in Israel/Palestine
Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that this is the Ahmadi position. He claims that Ahmadi’s have always supported the Arabs and have been opposed to Zionism. He goes on and claims that Israel should come to an end. Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri argued that ever since the end of WW-1 and the fall of the Ottoman empire, the Ahmadi’s were given access to Syria and Palestine in attempt to get converts and sway public opinion. Mirza Tahir Ahmad admits that Maulvi Jalal-ud Din Shams had been working in Syria since 1924, conflicting dates on his arrival in Syria, the ROR of 1931 tells us that he arrived in Damascus, Syria in July of 1925.  However, Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that it was late in 1924 (See “From Rabwah to Tel Aviv (1976)).  However, Shams was stabbed in December of 1927, as part of civil unrest which swept the country, a few months later, the French asked Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams to leave, but his Khalifa refused, the Khalifa argued that Shams should be allowed to stay, hence, Shams stayed in protest of the French (see Khan for extensive details and the ROR of 1931).  Nevertheless, on 3-9-1928, they demanded that he leave in 24 hours, which he did. Maulvi Jalal ud Din Shams was ordered by his Khalifa to move to Haifa, he arrived 8 days later on 3-17-1928.  Khan writes extensively about Ahmadiyya in Syria and modern day Israel and gives new references from Britsh government documents, see Adil Hussain Khan (2015). From Sufism to Ahmadiyya: A Muslim Minority Movement in South Asia. Indiana University Press. p. 134. In the ROR of 1932, Jalal-uddin Shams mentions hows Jews are taking over Palestine, firstly, the British Government was administering these lands and was allowing Jews to move in and buy land.  The same British Government had helped Ahmadi’s in Israel and most likely led them to Kababir. Cement of Superior quality? From Kababir? Jalal-uddin Shams also mentions how there was a huge family business in Kababir in cement work. This seems to have been a multi-million dollar enterprise (by today’s standards). Register mentions this fact also, it seems that the family that owned this business was totally converted to Ahmadiyya before Shams left. However, Shams tells us that some Jewish people had bought and taken over this business.

Did the British fund Ahmadiyya missions via Tehrik-e-Jadid?
Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri claims that the entire Ahmadiyya global mission was secretly funded by the British. Mirza Tahir Ahmad calls this as ridiculous. He claims that the Kababir Jamaat had only donated a few shillings for Tehrik-e-Jadid, and thus this entire argument is false, he quotes the Al-Fazl of 2-7-1935.

Zafrullah Khan’s role in sabotaging the Muslim world
Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri argued in his book that Zafrullah Khan was an agent of the British and the USA. He worked directly for them as he sabotaged the advances of the Muslim world post-colonialism. Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri is absolutely correct. The colonist developed a new strategy to subjigate the world, i.e. puppet states and puppet dictators, see the life of Saddam Hussein, Khadafi, and many many others. The USA and British were jockeying for position vs. the Russians and have operated as such since the end of WW-2 (1945-48). Naturally, Mirza Tahir Ahmad rejects this notion altogether. Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims argues that Jinnah should be considered a traitor as well. This is true, Jinnah was also a puppet of the West, they planted him in Pakistan and controlled his life. When he died, another puppet dictator was chosen, when they got tired of Liaquat Ali Khan, he was mysteriously assassinated (shot dead). Uptil the 1970’s, Ahmadi’s controlled the Muslim world via the British and the USA. King Faisal began to oppose Ahmadiyya in 1972-1973, he was shot dead soon thereafter. However, he exposed the Ahmadi’s as agents of the West. He stopped Ahmadi’s from coming to Mecca for Hajj and had even urged the entire Muslim world to follow his lead on the Ahmadi-issue. As we know, western powers have always looked for minority groups and propped them up as puppet leaders.

Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri mistakenly confused the data on Ahmadi’s and the Israeli military, he claimed that there were 600 Pakistani-Ahmadi’s
On this topic, Maulana Syed Muhammad Yousef Bannauri is mistaken. The truth is, the Arab-Ahmadi’s of Kababir are allowed to serve in the Israeli military, whereas the Muslims of Israel are not. The newspaper reports on this topic were totally wrong, they asserted something that was incorrect, it was an honest mistake nevertheless. Bannuari quoted the Nawai-i-Waqt magazine of 9-29-1975, that newspaper was quoting, “Israel: A Profile” (published in 1972), by a renowned Jewish Professor, I.T Naomi. Bannauri also quotes an interview of Maulana Zafar Ahmad Ansari which was published in a newspaper called the weekly “Tahir” of Lahore in its issue of December 22-28, 1975, which simply stated that the same, i.e., that there were roughly 600 Ahmadi’s in Israel and they were all eligible for duty in the Israeli military. Mirza Tahir Ahmad eventually agrees that the data is simply incorrect and wrong only in the idea that there are Pakistani’s in Israel. Factually, Israel had banned Pakistani’s from Israel since at least 1955.

Ahmadi’s in West Germany in the 1968?
Mirza Tahir Ahmad tells us that Bannauri claims that there are upwards of 4000 Ahmadi’s in Germany who are working with the government in some capacity to hurt Muslims.

Bannauri claims that Ahmadi’s in Pakistan were busy writing reports of the activities of the Pakistani government and sending them abroad (1957)
This allegation is technically true. Ahmadi’s have been in-fact busy writing reports, this is what they are ordered to do via the Mirza family. Interestingly enough, Bannauri also mentioned the “Haqiqat Pasand Party of Ahmadi’s”, these were rogue Ahmadi’s in Rabwah and other places in Pakistan who were working on exposing the Mirza family. In response to this, Mirza Tahir Ahmad accuses Bannauri of being a spy.

Did Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad oppose the creation of Israel?
Mirza Tahir Ahmad goes on to argue that his father, the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad opposed the creation of Israel. Mirza Tahir Ahmad tells us that his father was quoted by an Arab newspaper, “The Annazha” under the caption, “Alkufro Millatun Wahida”, under the date of 7-12-1948. It seems that some Ahmadi’s sent a speech of Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad from Lahore, in this speech, the Ahmadi Khalifa told Muslims to oppose the creation of Israel and Zionism by any means necessary, he accused the USA of supporting Zionism. There was another newspaper that also quoted the Ahmadi Khalifa, it was the “Al-Shura” of Baghdad, in its magazine of 6-18-1948, the caption was “An Address by Hazrat Mirza Mahmud Ahmad”.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad goes on to argue that Zafrullah Khan was a shining star of the Muslim World
This is a total lie.  Zafrullah Khan sabotaged the Muslim world and was a puppet of the western powers. He quotes many leaders of Muslim countries in the 1950’s as they praised Zafrullah Khan.

Links and Related Essays
Adil Hussain Khan (2015). From Sufism to Ahmadiyya: A Muslim Minority Movement in South Asia. Indiana University Press. p. 134.

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