FAMOUS AHMADI ADVOCATE REVERTS TO ISLAM. Abdul Qayum Butt, a senior advocate Lahore High Court


Another high-ranking Ahmadi has quit the Ahmadiyya Movement.  His son had famously quit many many years ago.

Abdul Qayum Butt, a senior advocate Lahore High Court and former General Secretary Bar Council Pasroor District Sialkot has reverted to Islam. He is the father in Law of Ex-Ahmadi and present Khatme Nabuwwat leader Irfan Mahmood Barq. He and his wife has been giving him Dawah for last 9 years.

Irfan Mahmood Barq and his wife has held a meeting with him on 19.11.2017 after that Abdul Qayum Butt accepted Islam by the grace of Allah swt. He gave Shahadah along with his family in witness of Hafiz Hamid Yar Mustafai Advocate High Court.
This has been announced By Anjuman Muhibban E Khatme Nabuwwat Pakistan.



Ahmadiyya factions, both Lahori and Qadiani were given access to many countries around the world as they spread their nonsensical ideas about Islam.  I have came across an important research book, it can be found here:

Additional notes on this book

The complete research article by Eric Germain is available in two parts:

An excerpt from the book itself


The movement founded by Mirza Ghulam Abmad (c. 1836—1908) was registered by the Government of India in the 1901 Census as a “distinct Mohammedan sect”. Soon after the death of its founder, the Ahmadiyya community split in two antagonistic groups. The majority of its members joined the Qadian Party which proclaimed the prophethood of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, whereas a minority group based in Lahore spoke of the “Promised Mahdi and Messiah” as a mujaddid (a renewer of his century as known in Sunni orthodoxy). In 1914 the latter group founded the Ahmadiyya Anjumau-i-Isha’at-i-Islam (Ahmadiyya Society for the Propagation of Islam, Urdu acronym AAII) under the leadership of Maulana Muhammad All (1874—1951). When Khwaja Kamaluddin decided to join the Lahore Party, the mission he had just founded in England became the spearhead of an Islamo-Christian dialogue/controversy that soon developed into a distinctive feature of this branch of the Ahmadiyya engaging Christian Churches in an assumed polemical argument.

Indian Muslims studying at British universities showed interest in the historical interaction between Europe and Islam. Such curiosity is illustrated by the translation made by the young barrister Haroon Khan Sherwani of the classic French book on the incursions of Saracens into France and Switzerland, a text published as a serial story in the Indian Muslim press. In launching a European Muslim mission, Khwaja Kamaluddin placed his action within a resolute historical perspective, claiming that “the fate of the Moors in Spain awaits us everywhere, and our annihilation is only a question of time.” He claimed that it was Christian missionary propaganda that made possible the atrocities currently suffered by Muslims in the Balkan wars, In order to “counteract the poison thus created’, Khwaja Kamaluddin called upon his Indian brethren to collect the means to allow the free circulation of his Islamic Review among Members of Parliament and within the Church as well as the numerous clubs and libraries of Great Britain. More than simple lobbying work, he expressed the ambition to undertake “the dissemination of Islam in Western lands” saying that “the trend of modern philosophy, ethics and socialism is towards Islam”. Such a self-confident attitude was shared by a growing number of intellectual, including one who lamented in a Lahore paper of 1907 that “in Muslim countries, governments as individuals have abandoned all idea of proselytism’’.

As a religious minority, Indian Muslims felt particularly threatened by the Christian missionary propaganda conducted since the beginning of the nineteenth century. Mission schools were ironically instrumental in forming the new Western educated elite that engaged itself in “counter-missionary” work. Such was the case of Khwaja Kamaluddin who, during his studies at the Forman Christian College of Lahore acquired a fairly good knowledge of the Bible. In England, the eloquent barrister was particularly willing to engage in Islamo-Christian debates. On several occasions he was requested to address Christian audiences about Islam and in July 1913 he traveled to Paris to speak at an Interfaith Congress convened by liberal Christians. After the war, the founder of the Woking Mission adopted an increasingly polemical discourse targeting evangelists like Samuel Zwemer who was accused of engineering “slanders against Islam” On the one hand, Lahori missionaries questioned the validity of the Christian scriptures by raising contradictions and variations in the accounts of the four Evangelists or mocking some doctrines like the Trinity or the virgin birth of Jesus. The defence of Islam, on the other hand, focused mainly on questions such as the authenticity of the Quranic revelation, holy war, slavery, polygamy and the position of women.

On Kamaluddin’s rhetorical talents, it is interesting to quote the opinion of William (Muhammad) Marmaduke Pickthall. The famous British convert stated that “he had a gift for summing up a train of arguments in striking form” and unlike much polemical writing it is not devoid of literary grace”. Khwaja Kamaluddin showed a true ability to reach an audience having little or no knowledge of Islam, a quality chat, according to Pickthall, was lacking in most Muslim missionary publications of the time. Even within the same movement, there was a noticeable difference between publications from Woking and the ones issued in Lahore. Commenting on a book by Maulana Muhammad Ali, the same Pickthall stressed that its argument and style were the ones fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), which “differ from that of Christian polemics and can only he appreciated in the West by the few who have already made some study of Islâm”. Muslim missions in Europe brought a true added value to the worldwide effort of Islamic propaganda by publishing a popular kind of literature rather like those question/answer dialogues and compilations containing favourable references to Islam from famous Western writers.

keep reading – covering role of Woking Mission, Lord Headley, Saddaruddin, SM Abdullah, Berlin Mission, Muhammad Ali, AAIIL, Mirza Hashim Ispahani, Boras, Memons, Muslim Princesses, Muslim women and many more…


Mirza Ghulam Ahmad supported blasphemy laws in British-India–1895

Nowadays, on social media, you will see Ahmadis totally contradicting the writings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, as they continue to solidify their business in the world, the business of the Mirza family that is.

The quote
See Upal, “Moderate Fundamentalist” (2017), page 155.  

“””Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, for instance, claimed to be the first Muslim leader to
initiate a petition (published on 22 September 1895) demanding that the British
Indian government amend Indian Penal Code 298 to make it easier to prosecute
anyone who blasphemes a founder of a major religion.”””

In 1927, in British-India
In 1927, Ahmadis took the lead in agitating against publication of the book Rangila Rasul by Hindu author Raj Pal and demanded that the book be banned. One of the movement’s most prominent members, Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan, also spearheaded legal action against
the book. Defense of the honour of the Holy Prophet Muhammad has become such
an integral part of the Ahmadiyya identity that Ahmadis have been at the forefront
of demanding blasphemy laws around the world.

See Dard, pages 462-465
This is the additional proof that MGA supported blasphemy laws

In his preface to the Nurul Quran No. 2,
Ahmad says:
‘We are sorry to have to declare that this number of the Nurul Quran has been issued in answer to a man who has, instead of observing decency, used abusive language with regard to our master, the Holy Prophetsa, and on account of his own foul nature he has, through clear fabrication, heaped such slanders upon the Head of the good and the Leader of the pure that a pure-hearted
person shudders to hear them. Hence we have had to retort in defence only to stop such people.

‘We must make it clear to our readers that we cherish the best of beliefs with regard to the Messiah and we are convinced at heart that he was a true and beloved Prophet of God. We believe that he had, for his salvation, truly and sincerely believed in the Holy Prophetsa just as the Quran tells us. Of the hundreds of those who served the law of Mosesas he was also one. So we respect him in every way just as he deserves. But Christians have presented to us a Jesus who claimed to be God and declared that, excepting his own self, all men, the first and the last, were accursed, viz. he looked upon them as guilty of misdeeds punishable with God’s curse. We too regard such a one as deprived of the mercy of God. The Quran has not informed us of such an impertinent and foul mouthed Jesus. We wonder very much at the person who permitted death for God and himself laid claim to divinity and abused such pure people as were a thousand times better than him. So in our discourse we mean everywhere the imaginary Jesus of the Christians; and the humble servant of God, ‘Isa bin Maryamas, who was a Prophet and who is mentioned in the Quran is not at all meant in the harsh addresses. We have adopted this form after continually hearing abuse from Christian missionaries for no less than 40 years.’

Zia’s Ord-XX
A century later Pakistan’s military dictator Zia-ul-Haq amended the very article
to make blasphemy a capital crime in Pakistan. Ironically enough, a number of
Pakistani Ahmadis have been prosecuted under the amended 298 for blaspheming
prophet Muhammad by accepting Ahmad as a prophet after him!

In 1914, Mirza Bashir Ahmad simply called MGA a Mujadid, not a Prophet—Review of Religions of June 1914

In the Review of Religions of June 1914, Mirza Bashir Ahmad (the younger brother) has described being Mujaddid of the 14th century as the mission of Hazrat Mirza sahib. See this link.


A few months after becoming Khalifa, Mirza Mahmud Ahmad waffled on his father’s prophethood

The prophethood of MGA and the nature of the split in Ahmadiyya are some interesting reads, it was this exact topic which caused me to drift away from Ahmadiyya in 2005-2006.  I wanted to post a letter that was written by the 2nd Qadiani Khalifa from 1914, which seems to assert that MGA’s prophethood is being discussed and determined.

The quote

In a letter addresses to Muhammad Osman of Lucknow

HMBMA wrote:
“I want to tell you this about prophethood that all ahmadis regard the Pm as an honorary prophet(or the shadow of a prophet).  But, as people have degraded the Promised Messiah from his real position nowadays, hence it has become expedient to inform the community about his high rank.  Otherwise I myself do not like to use the word prophet so casually or commonly.  Not, because he was not a sort of prophet, but by the common use of this word people may not in course of time come to consider Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as a permanent full-fledged prophet.  So my use of the word is for a limited period and is remedial in nature.

A photostat of this was published in the Pagham-sulh 16 August 1914

Also see—Faruqi also showed this event in his book:

“A Present To Kings” By Mirza Mahmud Ahmad (1914) aka Tuhfat-ul-Muluk

This was the first book that Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad ever wrote.  He wrote it just a few months after becoming Khalifa in March of 1914.  In the Urdu collection of his writings Anwaar-ul-Uloom, in which these are arranged chronologically, this book is vol. 2, no. 5. The book immediately after this (no. 6) is dated 9th November 1914. The book after this (no. 7) consists of his speeches at the December 1914 Jalsa. The books immediately before it are not dated but seem to be from about April 1914.

Some quotes

17/86  bottom of the page—“…Islam does not need a prophet for its accomplishments”

34/86—he talks about some muslim saint that had khalifas.

37/86—he talks about how GOD sends mujadids into the world.

39/86—he talks about how divine revelation is open forever, and that mujadids fullfil this!!!!!!!

41/86 —he writes that if ISLAM was deprived from Mujaddids than Muhammad was a liar…. OR GUILTY OF A MISSTATEMENT

82/86   It may be possible and is natural that some small section of the community should be weak…….

84/86  Since the claim of being the PM is a question of grave moment….

85/86 Another time will come when powerful kings will enter the following of this Messenger of God.

The Khalifas comments on Mujadids
As we know, Ahmadis don’t believe in Muajdids anymore, as long as they have Khilafat, they don’t need any prophets or any mujadids, and this runs contrary to the famous hadith on Mujadids.  Further, the Messiah wasn’t even supposed to have any Khalifa’s, he is supposed to physically return to Earth and convert the entire world to Islam, hence ending Jihad and Jizya.  So Ahmadis are waaaaaay out in left field with this logic.

“”The Ahmadiyya Movement and Ahmad’s place among the prophets””, Number 2, By M. Ataur Rahman—Review of Religions, November 1914

This is an interesting essay that I came across.  I have the scans in my garage.  The issue here is that MGA didn’t claim prophethood until Nov. of 1901.  Why is this Qadiani-Ahmadi referring to MGA’s writing’s before he ever claimed prophethood?  It seems like even Qadiani-Ahmadi’s were unsure of the nature of MGA’s prophethood by 1914.  Read this essay also:

Some quotes

“The philosophy of baruz has been clearly expounded in a long letter pregnant with truth and wisdom which in 1892 Ahmad addressed to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malerkota in order to resolve some of his doubts.”

Then in the very next installment of this series (Review of Religions, December 1914), he writes:

“Thus convinced, Ahmad set forth his philosophy of baruz in some of his later writings, and avowedly laid claim to the prophetic office”

Some additional background data

The letter to Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of 1892 that Mr Ataur Rahman referred to in his article in the Review of Religions, November 1914, is contained in the Promised Messiah’s famous book Ainah Kamalat-i Islam, published in 1893, from p. 331 to 357.

This is a book in which the Promised Messiah wrote:

“It does not befit God that He should send a prophet after the Khatam-un-nabiyyin, or that He should re-start the system of prophethood after having terminated it.” (p. 377)

“I am not a prophet but a muhaddas from God, and a recipient of Divine revelation so that I may re-vitalise the religion of the Holy Prophet” (p. 383)

“Has it ever happened in the world that God should have so helped an imposter that he could be speaking a lie against God for eleven years, to the effect that His wahy wilayat and wahy muhaddasiyyat [revelation as granted to saints] comes to him, and God would not cut off his jugular vein.” (p. 323)

“O brothers, I have been sent as a muhaddas from God, to you and to all those on earth.” (p. 367)

“There have been hundreds of persons in whom the essence of Muhammad was established, and with God they had the names Muhammad and Ahmad by way of reflection (zill).” (p. 346)

“This is the Umma which, though not having any prophets (nabi) in it, has those who receive the word of God like prophets, and though not having any messengers (rasul) in it, has those who show God’s clear signs like messengers.” (p. 224)

“If the door of prophethood had not been closed, a muhaddaspossessed in himself the power and capability to become a prophet” (p. 238).

Even more interesting is the fact that in the Review of Religions in 1904 (which is after 1901 and within the lifetime of MGA), in both the English and the Urdu editions certain extracts from Ainah Kamalat-i Islam appeared. These include the one given above from p. 224 (April 1904 issue, p. 137).

There is also the following:

“When a person reaches this stage, he is no more a man of this world, and is granted the guidance and high place granted to the holy prophets and messengers of God before him, as if he were their image. Such a man becomes the inheritor of the blessings granted to the prophets and he is their vicegerent upon earth. What is termed mujiza in the prophets is termed karamat in him, and what is termed ismat(sinlessness) in the prophets is called mahfiziyyat(protection) in him, and what is called nubuwwat(prophethood) in the prophets is designated muhaddasiyyatin him.”

(Review of Religions, English, April 1904, p. 120-121; Ainah Kamalat-i Islam, p. 237)

Additional explanations
The MGA’s claim in this book was that of being a muhaddas and the concept of zill and buruz presented by him in this book was that it is a wali and muhaddas who is the zill and buruz of a prophet. These statements were re-published in the Review of Religions in 1904 when Maulana Muhammad Ali was the editor. And interestingly, even after the split, in the November 1914 issue, the Qadiani Jamaat writer Mr Ataur Rahman is quoting from the same book to show the concept of buruz.


Ahmadis go undercover at a Khatme-Nubuwwat fundraiser in the USA–Virginia


Ahmadiyya leadership wants all of their critics silenced and labelled as terrorists, Ahmadi troll teams are thus working around the clock on this project.  The Khatme-Nubuwwat organization is a registered non-profit organization in the USA, with no ties to terrorism, they have been investigated by the FBI and the IRS.  However, Ahmadiyya “extremists” like Kashif Chaudhry are hell bent on getting all of Ahmadiyya’s critics labelled as terrorists.  In this case, they seem to have been tipped off by Ahmadi trolls about this fundraiser, which was held at a Holiday-Inn Hotel in Virginia and then attended as “under-cover”, just like Kashif did a few years ago in the UAE.  They were there to dig up dirt on the “Khatme-Nubuwwat” organization, however, they failed.

No Ahmadis were hurt at this event
Ahmadis have always been invited to all Khatme Nubuwwat events since these 2 organizations began their beef in the 1930’s.  Back then, they were called the Majlis e Ahrar.  Kashif Choudhry who is all over the internet as a “fanatical-Ahmadi” even told lots of Muslims at the event that he is an Ahmadi.  However, nothing happened.  This proves that Ahmadis lie on social media about their plight in Pakistan, they are allowed to attend any event by any group of Muslims in Pakistan, and will not be hurt.  However, Ahmadis keep spreading their fake “persecution” propaganda.

Kashif Chaudhry is bold
This guy is a fanatic and the reason is, his family is in jail for defying Pakistan’s Ord-XX.  He wants to die on behalf of Ahmadiyya.  Someone please stop him.  Lots of Ahmadis are suicidal in this way, they were raised in the 1980’s when Mirza Tahir Ahmad was radicalizing all young Ahmadis.

Most of Mir Nasir Nawab’s family were killed by British-Soldiers during the 1857 mutiny

Mir Nasir Nawab was the second father-in-law of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.  While MGA’s family was busy helping the British kill “Indian-mutineers”, the fate of Mir Nasir Nawab’s family was quite the opposite.  We have recently uncovered writings from Mir Nasir Nawab’s famous controversial biography, “Hyat-e-Nasir“, which was written by Yacub Ali Irfani (editor of the Al-Hakam magazine, which was the first Ahmadi newspaper), and published just a few years after Mir Nasir Nawab died.

The scans


On page 3&4 of the book HAYAT E NASIR Mir Nasir Nawab says:-
“A grave situation developed for muslims of India in mutiny of 1857 , English Army revolted against King of India and besieged Delhi (capital of India) Residents of Delhi were upset with this sudden attack. Anarchy prevailed all over no law and order existed in the city. Every body feared for life and wealth.

British artillery starts shelling the city. Heavy shelling continued day and night destroying many housed causing casualties. After a few days Delhi was occupied by Britishers. The Britishers unleashed an era of great atrocities, revenge and brutalities. Thousands of innocent Muslims were hanged to death,their families were displaced.

This humble self (Mir Nasir Nawab) had to flee from Delhi with family to stay at a Mansion near Qutab ki Lat some 11 km from Delhi. After few days when i was sitting in that Mansion suddenly Harson sahib a white Military Officer broke into house and killed all male members of the house with a gun shot. Those who survived were killed with swords. Many of our relatives were died. Then he ordered to leave the place which we did,we left behind dead bodies of our men without funeral. We reached Basti Nizamuddin in the dark of night where we kept crying for our dead.”

On the contrary Mirza in his book SITARA QAISARIYA at page 5& 6 makes flattery of British Queen in the following words:-
“O blessed Queen may God bless u with the salvation. Your ruling time is full of light. O Queen in your rule children play with snakes, Lion and goat drink water from same stream. your govt is full of justice . I pray for u from god to keep the umbrella of your government upon our heads for ever.Mirza says he has published more than 50000 books in support of queen”.

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