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In 1919, the Ahmadiyya Movement gave 5000 rupees to the British Government via M.F. O’Dwyer

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The Jan-Feb-1919 edition of the ROR reports that the 2nd Khalifa gave 5000 rupees to Sir Michael Francis O’Dwyer GCIE KCSI (28 April 1864 – 13 March 1940) was an Irish Indian Civil Service (ICS) officer and later the Lieutenant Governor of PunjabBritish India, between 1913 and 1919. It was during O’Dwyer’s tenure as Punjab’s Lieutenant Governor that the Jallianwala Bagh massacre occurred in Amritsar, on 13 April 1919. As a result, his actions are considered among the most significant factors in the rise of the Indian independence movement. O’Dwyer endorsed Reginald Dyer‘s action at Jallianwala Bagh and made it clear that he felt Dyer’s orders to shoot at the crowds was correct. He subsequently administered martial law in Punjab, on 15 April.and backdated it to 30 March 1919. In 1925, he published India as I Knew It in which he wrote that his time as administrator in Punjab was preoccupied by the threat of terrorism and the spread of political agitation. In 1940, in retaliation for the massacre, O’Dwyer was assassinated by the Indian revolutionary Udham Singh.

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The history of #Ahmadiyya in #Cuba

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There are no Ahmadi’s in Cuba in 2022. The only history we have ever found is a letter from Mufti Muhammad Sadiq to President Menecal, which appeared in the Jan-Feb-1919 edition of the ROR.

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The Simon Commission, First Round Table Conference, the Ahmadi’s and politics in British-India

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The Mirza family has always been politically motivated. In 1919-1921, they bragged about working against Ghandi and the non-cooperation movement, they even admitted that Ahmadi’s kept their shops open during the turmoil and at a great financial loss. When the First Round Table Conference was announced to be held from November 1930 to January 1931, the 2nd Khalifa wrote an article on 23 June 1930, just a night before the publication of the second volume of the Simon Commission Report. In this article, the 2nd Khalifa gave valuable guidance to the British government and Indian Muslims. The 2nd Khalifa then wrote another article to be sent to England for the conference, in which he gave detailed analysis on the Simon Commission Report, and presented his view of what step the British government should take going forward. As the commission had no Indian member, Congress and other political parties boycotted it. Even some prominent Muslim leaders like Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Muhammad Ali Jauhar held the same opinion.

In 1927, the 2nd Khalifa wrote a booklet on 8 December 1927, titled Musalmanan-e-Hind Ke Imtehan Ka Waqt (A Time of Trial for the Indian Muslims), wherein he advised Muslims that the boycott would be more detrimental for Muslims, compared to the Hindus.

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The 1917 Jalsa at Qadian

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The Jan-1918 edition of the ROR reports that there were 5000 people at the 1917 Jalsa at Qadian. It posted an essay which talks about the split in the Ahmadiyya Movement, Muhammad Ali is mentioned as well as Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan. Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri was one of the speakers, as was Maulvi Hafiz Roshan Ali, Mir Muhammad Ishaque, Maulvi Ghulam Rasul Rajeke and Maulvi Hafiz Ghulam Rasul of Wazirabad. It is also stated how the son of the Khalifa, Mirza Nasir Ahmad came out and read the Quran and is working on memorizing the Quran by heart. Zafrullah Khan also gave a speech (at the T.I. High School). Shaikh Yacub Ali Irfani and Chowdhery Fateh Muhammad Sayal, read about reports of Ahmadiyya work for the year of 1917. They also mentioned how the Ahmadiyya Movement presented something to the Viceroy of British-India. The ROR also reports that Ahmadi ladies held small meetings wherein the Khalifa and Maulvi Hafiz Ghulam Rasul of Wazirabad addressed them, they also allegedly raised money. They also reported that 150,000 rupees were spent by the Ahmadiyya Movement in 1917 and 13,000 rupees were collected during the Jalsa. There were also meetings by the Ahmadiyya Physicians Anjuman and the Talim ul Islam Old Boys Union. Hassan Nizam of Delhi was mentioned as someone who was willing to have a prayer duel with the Khalifa. 

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Zain Ali was killed by a Qadiani-Ahmadi named Rai Nasir in Sheikhupura, a relative

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The story in Sheikhupura continues as KTV reports the full story herein. We are monitoring the Sheikhupura police department’s twitter account regularly.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the 2 yellow sheets that Eisa (As) is supposed to be wrapped in

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There is a famous hadith which is often repeated which clearly tells us that when Eisa (As) returns to Earth, he will wrapped in 2 yellow garments. When MGA made his wild claims in 1891, he said that this was metaphoric and only meant that the Messiah would not be in good health (see Izala Auham). In 1903, MGA was calling his two ailments as diarrhea and hysteria (See Tadhkiratul Shahadatain). However, by 1906-07, MGA was calling his 2 ailments as excessive urination and hysteria (See Haqiqatul Wahy, pages 387-388, online english edition). MGA even argued that a sign of the Messiah would be that he would coming out of the washroom (Hammam), which is a total lie. This was in terms of the part of the famous hadith that said it would like drops were falling from his head. However, the hadith never says anything about the washroom. Finally, it should be noted that Abu Hurrairah related this hadith, MGA considered him as stupid (astagafarullah).

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In 1948, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad delivered a series of lectures in major cities of West Pakistan, on “Istihkam-e-Pakistan”

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It seems that the 2nd Khalifa immediately began touring Pakistan in 1948. The first lecture of this series was delivered at the Moti Mahal Cinema in Sialkot. This is situated near Saraye Maharaja Jammu and Kashmir where MGA’s Lecture Sialkot was read out in a gathering held on 2 November 1904. These lectures were attended by members of the Army and thus prove that they were political in nature. The second lecture was held in Jhelum. A lecture was delivered on 14 March 1948, at the Khalikdina Hall, situated on Bandar Road (now MA Jinnah Road) in Karachi, titled “Pakistanion se chand saaf saaf baatein”. The session was presided over by Hatim Badruddin Tyabji, then Chief Justice Sindh High Court. Another lecture was delivered on 18 March 1948 at the Theosophical Hall, Karachi, at the request of the local Lajna Imaillah. A lecture was delivered on 5 April 1948, at the Special Government Hall, Beroun Kachehri Darwaza in Peshawar, titled “Pakistanion se khuli khuli baatein”. Another lecture was delivered on 8 April 1948 at the Mission College (Edwardes College) in Peshawar. The session was presided over by Ghulam Samdani and the audience included the Deputy Commissioner, members of the assembly and other governmental officials. (Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, Vol. 11, p. 316). A lecture was delivered in Mardan, titled “Pakistan and its Defence”. The session was presided over by Nasrullah Jan, Barrister-at-Law and was attended by around 300 to 400 people, including prominent lawyers of Mardan. Another lecture was delivered on 12 April 1948, at the Nishat Cinema Hall, Rawalpindi. The session was presided over by Dr Taseer. A lecture was delivered on 14 June 1948, at the York House in Quetta. The session was attended by the Iranian Consul, minister of the state of Qalat, tribal leaders, civil and military officials, office-bearers of the Muslim League, dignitaries, doctors and press representatives. Another lecture was delivered on 4 July 1948, at the Town Hall of Quetta, titled ‘Pakistan ka Mustaqbil’(Pakistan’s Future). The session was presided over by Khan Bahadur Sheikh Muhammad Niaz, Superintending Engineer.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad also claimed to be the second coming of Krishna

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In roughly 1902, MGA claimed to be the second coming of Krishna (Tohfah-e-Golarhviyyah, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 17, p. 317, sub-footnote. [See also Essence of Islam, Vol. 4]). MGA even claimed that Krishna was a true prophet of God (see this tik tok). This was repeated in Ahmadiyya newspapers and books many times. MGA also claimed to be the second coming of Buddha and Guru Nanak.

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Paul Weller’s work on Ahmadiyya

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Paul Weller has done academic work on Ahmadiyya. He was quoted by “A Muslim in Victorian America” by Abd-Allah.

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