Even in 1987, there were 328 Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military

As we all know, Ahmadi’s were the most trusted group of people by the British government, this was what led 1000’s of Ahmadi’s to join the British military and subsequently the Pakistani military in 1947. In fact, in 1947, 199 Ahmadi’s were specifically named by the Jamaat as they presented their case to the boundary commission. We are unsure how many Ahmadi’s joined the Indian military after 1947, however, there aren’t many at all. Further, by 1982, Ahmadi’s had infiltrated civil and government jobs in Pakistan, they totally dominated most institutions, and only gave other Ahmadi’s promotions, and told some Ahmadi’s to keep their faith a secret. As the list in the below shows, there is no Ahmadi persecution at all. Zia ul Haq seems to have came into power in 1977 and allowed 5 Ahmadi’s to become Generals, there names are unknown, there were 4 in the Army and one in the Air Force. There were an additional 88 Colonel’s who were Ahmadi. 156 Majors and 77 captain’s. It should be remembered, that back in 1975, Bhutto had stopped Ahmadi’s from progressing pass the rank of Major and reassigned many Ahmadi’s and thus force them to quit. So where was the persecution? There was none!!!  This list is the proof.

Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan (Foreign Minister of Pakistan) announced that there were 328 officers in the Pakistani military
Yaqub Ali Khan was brought in to the Zia administration as Foreign Minister in 1982 when Agha Shahi was departed from President Zia-ul-Haq‘s cabinet. He was appointed Foreign Minister in the conservative-aligned government but Yaqub maintained his composure and his Western wit in the Zia administration. Nevertheless, on 18 February 1987, the Daily Jhang of Rawalpindi published a report which indicated that there were 328 Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military in 1987 (see Bashir Ahmad, “Ahmadiyya, British-Jewish connections”,1994, see pages 411-412).

The list
There seems to be an Ahmadi who was a Lieutenant General in the Army in 1987, his name is unknown. There were 4 additional generals, which is very odd. There were an additional 88 Colonel’s who were Ahmadi. 156 Majors and 77 captain’s. It should be remembered, that back in 1975, Bhutto had stopped Ahmadi’s from progressing pass the rank of Major and reassigned many Ahmadi’s and thus force them to quit.


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Some Pakistani General’s who may have been Qadiani’s

We have already shown how Zia Ul Haq seems to have converted to Qadian-ism in 1941, he may have done this so as to become an officer in the British Army. Our friend, Mr. Agha Mohammad Waseem seems to have recently made a list of undercover Ahmadi’s who worked in the Pakistani Army as officers. We already know how many Ahmadi officer’s were close friends with General’s like Ayub Khan and etc.

Their names are as follows, from right to left, top to bottom, for archival purposes
—-General Iqbal Khan
—-General Rahim ud Din Khan
—-General Khalid Mahmood Arif
—-General Zia Ul Haq

2nd line
—Major Tufail from Hoshiarpur
—General Gul Hasan
—General Tikka Khan
—Air Marshal Nur Khan

3rd line
—General Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan
—Air Chief Marshal Shamim Anwar
—Colonel Zia Ahmad Suleri
—General Ghulam Jilani Khan

Scan from Aga Waseem

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Sexual abuse in Ahmadiyya, 2020 version

As we all know, the Mirza family is sick and twisted in all ways. Recently, an Ahmadi on reddit went into details about sexual abuse that they have suffered at the hands of Ahmadiyya.

The write-up

Any victims of sexual abuse here? I was. The person who molested me is a relative but, they cannot be classified as a Muslim of any kind. However, all the relatives, including my father, who told me to shut up about it are definitely card-carrying, Jalsa-attending, chanda-paying members. What I would learn years after I came forward was that they already knew this person was a sexual predator because there were other victims. And literally nothing was done to protect the other children. I disowned my father’s family and I only see my father because my parents are not divorced. My father is very good at hiding his feelings. I was so hurt when I found out that he was actually furious that I refuse to acknowledge his family. It felt like a knife through my heart. I stopped speaking to him that day.

I’m not ignorant. I know sexual abuse happens everywhere. What really grinds me about most Ahmadis I’ve known is the belief in their own superiority over everyone. I know many people of different religious groups may have this same attitude but, Ahmadis are who I was raised around so that’s what has affected my life. And I know that culture is a massive contributor to the problem. Some non-Ahmadi family friends who are Muslims found out about this and I did not get any support from them either. They continue to fraternize with my father’s family like they never heard the story.

Anyone else have a similar experience or know of any?

Edit: I just recalled an article by Qasim Rashid talking about how Islamic principles would prevent sexual abuse. Perhaps they should be applied to Ahmadi families before preaching to the rest of the world. And the premise of his article suggests that sexual abuse only happens between members of the opposite sex as his solution is extreme gender segregation. Just something I wanted to throw in there.

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Ahmadiya Fact Check blog reddit

Dear readers,

We have created a reddit wherein we will also post all of our essays on Ahmadiyya.
See here–

In 1924, Ahmadi’s were soooo embarrassed about MGA’s eyes, that they edited them!

As we all know, MGA could never fully open his eyes. His eye lids were always only 30% open as a result of opium use. We found a book by the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad from 1924, entitled, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days”. On the 3rd page of this book, MGA’s famous picture from 1902 is posted, however, MGA’s eyeballs are edited and made to be bigger and open. You can compare and contrast with the other pics in the below.

The pic

Photoshoot from the 1902 era

A Quote which also proves that MGA was taking opium his own life
“When he (Mirza Ghulam) came for the first time to my press, he sat on a pillowed seat and I sat on one seat and he discussed with me about the book, looking at his dozy eyes, I thought that perhaps he uses opium, as is commonly the habit of rich people, but when I heard his talk or speech and thought about the articles of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya, I was amazed at the condition of an Opium use is not like this, such man cannot write like this.  Then Hazrat Sahib went awat…..Now I regretted my first mistake and repented it and know very well that it is the intoxication of divine knowledge and not that of opium as I first thought.”””

Statement of Qadiani Sahabi, Sheikh Noor Ahmad Sahib, Owner of Riaz Hind press, Al-Fazl, Newspaper, Qadian, vol. 34, No. 194, dated 20th August 1940.

Some commentary
I didn’t make this meme, nonetheless, it shows a reference from Seeratul Mahdi wherein it is related that MGA could barely ever open his eyes, which is a dead give off of an opium addict.
Moreover, MGA hated working and preferred to lay around the house all day and do nothing. These patterns of behavior prove that MGA was on opium his whole life. MGA began using Riaz e Hind press in 1880 (see page 91, Life of Ahmad, Dard, online edition).  

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On July 5th, 1977, Zia said in a speech that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim or not

Zia was born an Ahmadi. He also seems to have converted to Ahmadiyya in late 1941, just to join the British-Indian Army as an officer. Following civil disorder, Zia deposed Bhutto in a military coup and declared martial law on 5 July 1977. Bhutto was controversially tried by the Supreme Court and executed less than two years later, for allegedly authorizing the murder of Nawab Muhammad Ahmed Khan Kasuri, a political opponent. It seems that Zia immediately made pro-Qadiani statements, in this speech, he forcefully argued that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim. Thus, bemoaning the 2nd amendment wherein Ahmadi’s (of all sects) are declared as non-Muslim. Saqib Zeervi who was a famous Pakistani poet and a Qadiani. He claims to have met Zia (on the 25th/26th of July in Lahore) while the press was also invited. He explains how Zia called on him during this session and asked him why he hadn’t asked any questions. Saqib Zeervi claims that he questioned Zia specifically about his statements from 7-5-1977 in terms of him being a Muslim or not (at the 36:50 mark). Zia also said that he doesn’t need a PNA (Pakistan National Alliance) certificate either proving that he was a Muslim. Saqib Zeervi then asked Zia as to why he (Saqib Zeervi) would need a certificate from Zia proving that he was a Muslim. Zia immediately closed the session and left. Saqib Zeervi claims that he was never invited to another press conference again in his life. By 1982, Ahmadi’s were still dominating the job scene in the civil service of Pakistan.

Zia’s first speech on 7-5-1977, wherein he said that only Allah can decide as to who is a Muslim
Zia ul Haq’s first ever speech on Pakistani-national-television (and radio) as the leader of Pakistan, he claims that only Allah can decided as to who is a Muslim, no assembly and no country could ever decide that. This seems to be a sign that he was sympathizing with Ahmadi’s and was working with Ahmadi’s in his new government. We have been told by Ahmadi’s that by 1975, Bhutto was restricting the advancement of Ahmadi officer’s in all branches of the Pakistani military. This seems to have struck a nerve with the Khalifa. Zia immediately changed this policy, in fact, he hired a Lahori-Ahmadi and re-instated his rank of General, his name was Major General Abdullah Saeed Khan.

The speech of 7-5-1977
He announced his cabinet as follows:

—Sir Fazl Elahi Chaudhry–military counsel, as well as Chief Martial Law Administrator
—Ghulam Ishaq –Secretary Defense

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A list of Ahmadi officers in the Pakistani military who graduated from T.I. College in Rabwah

We have found a website that has a list of prominent Ahmadi’s who graduated from T.I. College in Rabwah.

The data
The college, as a major educational institution of Pakistan, has produced some of the most prominent personalities, among them Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih V.

Most of its students are now heading different departments in the central organisation of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya – are:

Sahibzada Mirza Khurshid Ahmad, Chaudhry Hameedullah, Maulana Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, Sahibzada Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Chaudhry Mubarak Muslehuddin, Samiullah Sial, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Mirza Anas Ahmad, Mohammad Aslam Mangla, Malik Masood Ahmad, Shahid Ahmad Saadi, Chaudhry Mahmood Ahmad Kahlon, Mohammad Qasim Khan, Syed Tahir Ahmad and others whose names shall be added later.

There are so many names from the youngr generation, which are not known to us, the older ones.

Among those who served the nation in various capacities are:

Mr. Kanwar Idrees, a former Minister in the Sindh government, Mr. Mohammad Islam Bhatti, retired Judge Punjab High Court, Mian Ehsan-ul-Haq, former MNA, Chaudhry Bashir Ahmad (Haji) of Sheikhupura (deceased) former MPA, Mr. Faiz Aslam (deceased) Sessions Judge, Mr. Saeed Ahmad Khan Rehmani, Aftab Ahmad, Daud Ahmad Tahir, Secretary to the Government of Pakistan (retired) and Raja Ghalib Ahmad (former Chairman, Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha and Chairman Punjab Text-book board) Mr. Tahir Arif and Mohammad Rashid Sharif (deceased), Syed Ilyas Bashir Ahmad, who served PIA in several senior positions and lives a life of retirement in Holand, are some who served the nation.

There are many who served the Pakistan Armed forced and rose to high ranks, before the constitutional discriminatory treatment of Ahmadis in the country started. The few names that I can remeber are Wing Commander (retired) Rashid Ahmad Qaisrani, Navy Captain (retired) Shamim Ahmad Khalid, Col.(retired) Raja Mohammad Aslam, Col.(retired) Salim Ahmad Nasir, Saeed Ahmad, Shahid Ahmad Kahlon (deceased), Shahid Ahmad Saadi, Syed Ansar Ahmad Shaheed and many many more.

Among others, there ae Missionaries, who preached Islam in both East and West. Among them Maulanan Fazal Elahi Anwari, Masood Ahmad Jehlami, Bashir Ahmad Rafiq, Ata-ul-Majeeb Rashad, Maulana Mansoor Ahmad Omar, Chaudhry Mahmood Ahmad Kahlon, Maulana Ata-ul-Karim, Maulana Mohammad Anwar Qureshi and many many more.

Among other personalities who the college is proud to have produced are Chaudhry Hamid Nasarulah Khan, the Amir of Lahore, Nawab Maudood Ahmad Khan, the Amir of Karachi, Dr. Mohammad Shafiq Sehgal, Amir of Multan. Dr. Shafiq Saigol has the honour of being the first of the college students, who did a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of London. Dr. Saigol, preferred to join his family business and developed it further, but he was most of the time in East Pakistan. After break away of the country, he returned to West Pakistan and established an oil mill in Multan. Rana Mohammad Khan, Amir of Bahawal Nagar was also once in the college. Among the prominent lawyers are Mujeebur Rehman, Mian Abdus Sammi Noon, Chaudhry Idrees Nasrullah Khan, Mr. Mobashar Latif, Khawaja Mukhtar Ahmad, Mian Waheed Saleem, deceased, Chaudhry Abdul Rehman (C.A.Rehman) deceased, Chaudhry Bashir Ahmad (deceased), Mian Ehsanul Haq (ex MNA), Mr. Basharat Ahmad, Mr. Abid Ali Butter.

Among the engineers are Chaudhry Ata-ur-Rehamn, Malik Lal Khan, Malik Karim Ahmad,Mohammad Mujeeb Asghar, Sultan Ahmad, Mohammad Amjad Khan (deceased) and many others.

The list of medical doctors is too long and cannot be reproduced here. Amost the earliest Dr. Mohammad Zafar Qureshi(Tucon-U.S.A), Dr. Hamid Ahmad Khan (deceased), Dr. Khalil Ahmad (deceased), Dr.Mirza Mobashar Ahmad, Dr. Mian Zaheer Ahmad, Dr. Mirza Laeeq Ahmad and many others whose names shall be added later.

Among others who are serving the Jamaat are Waseem Ahmad Chaudhry,Sadar Ansarullah U.K., Waseem was also a secretary of our active college students union. Most friendly and hospitable like his respected father Chaudhry Mahfooz-ur-Rehman. Malik Lal Khan, Naib Amir Canada, who was once an Imam of non-Ahmadi students in Fazal-e-Omar hostel and now is a deputy leader of one of the most active Amadiyya communities in the world. Khawaja Abdul Basit, Amir Denmark. Basit was one of the best Kabaddi players of his times and a member of the college Rowing team. He played basket-ball as well. I do not remeber any game that he did not play. Zartashat Munir Ahmad, Amir Norway. Malik Karim Ahmad (Engineer- Canada), Hadayatullah Hadi (Canada), Basharat Ahmad Nazir (Canada), Zakariya Wirk, Malik Safiullah Khan, Malik Mujeebullah, Chaudhry Nazir Ahmad, who won Punjab University Championship in Shot put several times and is now in Los Angeles. He was and probably is the only one who has won the Punjab University Championship in Shot Put and Discs. Chaudhry Nazir Ahmad has provided several efficient officers to the American police force in LA. Dr. Basharat Ahmad Jameel, Chaudhry Jalal-ud-Din (LA), Dr. Mohammad Zafar Qureshi has built a wonderful Ahmadiyya Mosque in Tucson-Arizona purelyy on his own expence and has built a town named Rabwah on a hill in Tucson. Kaleemullah Khan (USA), Falauhhdin (USA), Saeed Majeed (USA), Dr. Safee U. Chaudhry (USA), Asif Ali Perwez, Mohammad Ali Tawuni, Mubarak Ahmad Abid, Mashhoodul Haq, Maqsoodul Haq, Munirul Haq, Naseerul Haq, Mohammad Ali (UK) and many many others whose names shall be included as soon as we ar informed of their particulars and whereabouts. Among those who have achieved excellence in their respective academic fields are Dr. Munir Rashid, Dr. Shafiq Saigol, Dr. Zafar Ahmad Vains, Dr. Ijaz Ahmad, Dr. Inayatullah Mangla, Dr. Munawar Anees, Dr. Naeem Ahmad Tahir, (We are lucky to have Dr. Naeem Tahir as our vice-president. Dr. N. A. Tahir has earned an international fame in his field. He frequently represents Germany in International seminars.) Dr. Muzaffar Ahmad – Karachi, Dr. Mirza Muhiyuddin (USA), Dr. Zafarullah (USA). Malik Salim Nasir, Malik Karim Ahmad (sons of Hazrat Maulvi Zahoor Hussain – Missionary Of Bukhara (Russia), and many many more….(I am extremely sorry to have failed to record many names of my dear dear friends who have earned name and fame on account of their intellectual performance. I shall be grateful for being reminded of the omissions.)


The other Ahmadi Generals
We have written about General Abdul Ali Malik and General Akhtar Hussain Malik (these 2 are brothers), Zafar Ahmad Chaudhry, Major General Iftikhar Janjua, Major General Nazir Ahmad,  Brigadier General Ijaz Ahmad Khan, the Lahori-Ahmadi Major General Abdul Saeed Khan, and we are still adding to the list. There were also those were super trusted by the colonist back in 1947, they were Major Malik Habib-ullah (who died at the age of a 100) (from Dhulmial), Captain Nizam ud Din (he was the father of Brigadier General Mohammad Iqbal Khan) and Captain Umar Hayat (father of Commander Yousaf).

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Major General (r) Nasir Ahmad Chaudhary shaheed, Lahore Pakistan (28 May 2010)

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“Ahmad, the Promised Messiah” by Maulvi Muhammad Ali (1906)

Did Muhammad Ali believe that MGA was a prophet before 1914? This has been a hot topic since the split in the Ahmadiyya Movement. However, a huge piece of evidence was always missing. The famous Yohanan Friedman quotes Muhammad Ali from 1906 in his own book about Ahmadiyya, “Prophecy Continuous” on page 148. Friedman quotes a book by Muhammad Ali which was published in 1906 wherein Muhammad Ali made many pro-prophethood remarks. Unfortunately, the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s never quoted this book vs. Muhammad Ali and the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. Nevertheless, we have found the book and posted the PDF in the below as a free download. FYI: the Lahori-Ahmadi’s have never posted this book on any of their websites. An Urdu version of this article appeared in the May 1906 issue of the Urdu edition of The Review of Religions from pages 163 to 192.

Ahmad the Promised Masih Eng Muh Ali (1906)

May-1906 ROR essay by Muhammad Ali

This book is an amalgamation of 2 essays that were written and published into the ROR by Muhammad Ali himself. MGA and Noorudin must have approved of its publishing. The original essay appeared in the May-1906 edition of the Review of Religions (english edition). It was published and printed from Lahore, MGA’s picture is on page 1. Muhammad Ali claimed that there were 300,000 Ahmadi’s in the world, however, that is a farce. A picture of the tomb of Yus Asaf is posted in the book, not the ROR essay. Part 1 covers roughly 34 pages, this corresponds with ROR pages, 171-205. Part-2 covers pages 229 to 256 of the english ROR of June-1906 and makes up the second part of this book.

On page 21 of the book and page 191 of the ROR
Muhammad Ali writes:

“Seventhly, if ever a religious reformer was needed, he is needed now, for faith is vanishing from most hearts. The Prophet’s of God are always sent in the time of need, because almighty God looks to the spiritual needs of men as he looks to their physical needs”

On page 24 of the book and 194 of the ROR
Muhammad Ali argues that the Ahmadiyya community believes in the continuation of divine revelations, this is against the beliefs of the majority of the Muslims.

On page 25 of the book and 195 of the ROR
“”The movement hold that the Holy Prophet is the seal of the prophets, and no other prophet can appear after him except one who is spiritually his disciple and who receives the gift of prophecy through him. It is only a true Muslim who walks in the footsteps of the Holy Prophet that can become a Prophet. It is in this sense that this community its founder to be a prophet. As against this, the orthodox hold that though the Holy Prophet is the seal of the prophets, yet another prophet Jesus who lived 600 hundred years  before him must come a second time after him, thus breaking the finality of prophethood, the prophethood of Jesus being independent of the prophethood of the Holy Prophet Muhammad. The Ahmadiyya movement further hold that since the Muslims are called “the best of all people” in the Holy Quran, therefore, an Israelite prophet, Jesus, son of Mary, who was not one of them, could not be sent as a prophet to them. In support of the same view quoted the verse which shows the successors to the Holy Prophet shall be raised from among the Muslims (see 24:54 of the Quran).””” (partially quoted in Friedman)

On page 41 of the book, page 235 of the english ROR of June 1906
Muhammad Ali admits that in 1880-1884 MGA was called a Messenger of God, as a Prophet and as a Warner by Allah. The book also contained MGA’s revelations, this was Braheen e Ahmadiyya vol. 4.

On page 42 of the book, page 236 of the english ROR of June 1906
Muhammad Ali writes how divine laws in terms of prophets also applied to the life of MGA. Even up to page 43, Muhammad Ali continously argues that MGA was free from all criticisms until he made his wild claims of divine revelation, Muhammad Ali says that the Holy Prophet was the same way, thus, this is the way of the Prophets. Muhammad Ali makes a strong case for a correlation between the 2 prophets, Muhammad and MGA.

On page 51 of the book, page 236 of the english ROR of June 1906
Muhammad Ali refers to MGA’s alleged lecture at Amritsar in 1905, which turned into a full scale riot after MGA proved that he couldn’t speak and then took a sip of water in front of a 1000 Muslim’s who were fasting, MGA was then forced to make a hasty escape wherein rocks were thrown at his vehicle. Muhammad Ali argues that getting pelted with stones is a sign of the trials of all prophets.

While Noorudin was dying, (he died on Friday, March 13th, 1914), Muhammad Ali has this essay published

Paigham Sulh dated 10 March 1914, there is an article by Maulana Muhammad Ali entitled Hazrat Mirza sahib’s Claim to Prophethood:

Start of article:
“”””Ever since Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib claimed to be Promised Messiah, there is perhaps no other point on which people have stumbled as much as on this point, to think that he claimed prophethood. It is curious that the words nabi and rasul are present in those revelations of the Promised Messiah which date from long before Barahin Ahmadiyya and were published in this book, yet despite this when in those very days Maulvi Muhammad
Husain Batalvi published a review on these revelations, no objection was raised. The only reason for this [lack of objection] was that the mere occurrence of these words in revelations was not objectionable.

The reason why these words are now brought under discussion is his claim to be Messiah and Mahdi. Accordingly, we see that as soon as he made this claim, controversy started on these words, and since then till now even many sensible and intelligent people have stumbled on it. A respected friend, whose name I will not mention, has made the same error, or at least this is how it appears from a reply he gave to a question from someone, that he considers that Hazrat Mirza sahib actually claimed nubuwwat and risalat in the real sense of these words. The Promised Messiah himself had to clarify this issue again and again, in the same way as he clarified the issue of the death of Jesus. Hence, it is seen from his early writings after claiming to be Promised Messiah how far he found it necessary to clarify this issue. Nonetheless, the objections continued, and this is why there are so many writings of his to be found on this
issue, a fact which no one can deny.

As an example, I copy here a statement from Anjam Atham which was written seven or eight years after he claimed to be Messiah. In the footnote on page 26 of this book, he first quotes someone’s objection as follows:

“The followers and the opponents of Mirza sahib have gone to opposite extremes. If a man says that he believes in the Holy Quran, says prayers, keeps fasts and teaches Islam to people, then it is not befitting to call him kafir. However, it is also not befitting to raise him from the
rank of a scholar to that of prophethood.”

He has replied to this in the words which I quote below in full, even though it is very lengthy.

[Translator’s Note: We have placed this quotation at the end of the Maulana’s article, so as not to disturb the article.]

It is entirely baseless to think that after this the Promised Messiah may have made some new claim. Whatever was his claim, it had been published long before, and the claim remained the same till the end. It is only an explanation of the same claim which is found in different writings afterwards. In Ayk Ghalati Ka Izala too, there is no new claim, but only a reply of these objections and an explanation. He has certainly not written in it that his prophethood previously was not real, but metaphorical, and has now become real. Here too, the claim to prophethood is in the sense of burooz and metaphorically, not in a real sense. Hence he writes in it:

“And if no person can be a prophet and messenger in the sense of burooz, then what is the meaning of the following: Guide us on the right path, the path of those upon whom Thou hast bestowed favours. It should be borne in mind that, according to this sense, I do not deny prophethood and messengership. It is in this sense that the Promised Messiah has been called nabi in the Sahih Muslim. If one who receives news of the unseen from God is not to be called nabi, tell us what he should be called?”

To summarise, the Promised Messiah has not made a new claim in this announcement [Ayk Ghalati Ka Izala], but explained the same, earlier claim. To take this announcement as being opposed to some other writing is to create a contradiction in his writings by yourself. If a point is explained scores of times, the words would be different every time. It is possible that the arguments presented may be different, but the meaning would be the same.

I hope these few words will throw full light for Ahmadis and non-Ahmadis on the real claims of the Promised Messiah. Muhammad Ali, Editor, Review of Religions, Qadian, District Gurdaspur.
End of article. (See Zahid Aziz, pages 25-27). 

In 1918, Muhammad Ali defended himself, however, he missed this entire book and essays in the ROR
Strangely enough, Muhammad Ali tried to defend himself, however, he refused to comment on the quote’s that we have posted in the above from the ROR of May and June-1906.

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

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.

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).

He returns to his wife while on leave.

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.

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.

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

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

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

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