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MGA tried to cure plague in British-India with a super-opium medicine that didn’t work

The plague was ravaging India in 1898. MGA knew this, the reports out of Bombay were widespread in all newspapers, (see Dard, page 589). MGA and his team began plotting….Hani Tahir exposes the entire scenario here

MGA had an english book written in 1898, most likely my Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, since Muhammad Ali hadn’t arrived in Qadian yet, as we know, MGA couldn’t write in English, nor could Amrohi, Abdul Kareem or Noorudin. This is very odd, since all of these people grew up in British India. Nonetheless, MGA has a book written on his behalf entitled, “A Revealed cure for Bubonic Plague” (1898). Full PDF—A revealed Cure for Bubonic Plague

MGA and his team wrote other books in 1898 that addressed the plague, see “Ayyamus-Suluh” (1898), translated as “The Age of Peace”. This book was written in Urdu and remains in Urdu til this day.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ “A Revealed cure for Bubonic Plague” (1898)
What were the ingredients of Tiryaq e Ilahi?

“OPIUM is used so extensively used in medicines that Hazrat Maseeh Mow’ood (Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani) used to say that in the eyes of some Hakeems (Doctors) Opium is half the medicine. Thus to use Opium alongwith other medicines as a medicament and not as an intoxicant is not in any way objectionable. All of us have knowingly or unknowingly used Opium at one time or another….

Hazrat Maseeh Mow’ood prepared a medicine ‘TIRYAQ-e-ILAHI’ under instructions from God and its one of the main constituent was OPIUM and Huzoor (Mirza Ghulam) gave this medicine, with a little more addition of Opium, to Hazrat Khalifa Awwal (Hakeem Nuruddin, the 1st Successor of Mirza Ghulam) for more than 6 months and off and on used himself as well during the attacks of various illnesses.”

Article of Mian Mahmood Ahmad Saheb, Khalifa Qadian, Akhbar Al-Fazl vol.17 No.6 p.2 Dated 19th July 1929.
The British Govt steps in and bans MGA’s cure for the plague

MGA and his family were above the law in British-India, owing to the help that their family gave to the Brits in the 1857, in fact, the whole family held a certificate to prove this and they got chairs when in court. Nonetheless, by roughly 1904, the British govt. banned MGA’s quack remedy and thus put an end to his medical career (See Farquhar, “Modern Religous Movements in India” (1915).


MGA created a medicine that was designed to fight off the plague. However, it was a quack-medicine and didn’t work. Its main ingredient was opium, in fact, the rest of the medicine was nonsensical mixtures of god knows what. Later on, in 1904, MGA denied using any types of medicine that had opium, read the full essay here.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Why didn’t MGA just admit to it?

Is it allowable to take opium in medicine per Islam? Yes, of course it is…if no other remedy exists, then absolutely, as long as it is legal under the law of your country. In fact, Pork is Haraam, however, if your life is on the line, it can be Hilaal. However, your salaat will be invalid until you sober up. Ahmadis admit that Noorudin was taking lots of medicines that had opium, as a result of that…all of his salaat are invalid…and since he was the imam at Qadian…all of the salaats were invalidated, since the Imam was never in his senses. This is probably why MGA never led salaat, since he was high on opium and most likely died of an overdose. We know that his teachers were opium addicts and that MGA’s eyes looked like a man high on opium.

Can an Imam take medicines that have lots of alcohol and other drugs and lead Salaat?

Imam’s cannot take medicines that make a human high, or out of his senses. An Imam must bow out and explain his condition per the islamic verse. MGA and Noorudin never did this.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________He mixed Lassi with the Opium and made it better

Miyan ‘Abdul-‘Aziz of Lahore (known as Mughal) relates: On one occasion when the Promised Messiahas was in the process of preparing the medicine Tiryaq-e-Ilahi, I was sitting in the pharmacy of Hadrat Khalifatul Masih Ira while Hadrat Maulavi ‘Abdul-Karim was also there. The
Promised Messiahas came with a big staff and said to Maulavi Sahib: It has been revealed to me that this medicine causes heat and dryness. I therefore intend to prescribe that it should be taken with lassi.1251 [Register Riwayat-e-Sahabah, vol. 9, p. 20] (see Tadhkirah, 2009 edition, online,
Bro Imran on the opium use of MGA

_____________________________________________________________________________________________MGA lied about his opium use

MGA lied and lied and kept lying..then his followers, the fanatical Ahmadis went to every extreme to cover up the life of MGA. However, slowly, we are exposing all that we find.


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MGA looked like an Opium Addict

As we all know, Opium abuse was rampant in British-India.  Constricted pupils is dead give off of an opium addict.  MGA could barely open his eyes, in fact, in the 1878-era, a person got the impression that MGA was an opium addict, he later became an Ahmadi, nonetheless, he confessed to thinking that MGA was on drugs as early as 1878.  Later on, after 1900, Mirza Bashir Ahmad tells us that MGA could barely open his eyes and was always in this condition.
In fact, the laziness of MGA also proves that he was an opium addict.  MGA simply laid around all day and did nothing with his life.  He lived the good-life, his dad was rich, his brother was accomplished and representing the family politically and his eldest son, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was working.  MGA simply laid on his charpai all day and did nothing with his life.

The Quote
“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 away…..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. 

Photoshoot from the 1902 era

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)

See my other essay here for more info. website
Interestingly enough, this unofficial website of Ahmadiyya has tried to refute most of my essays on MGA and opium, however, the owner of the website, who is a novice-Ahmadi and has no authority or scholarship to his name, he didn’t quote this reference and has totally avoided it.
Read their response here.  

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MGA’s teachers were opium addicts

We know that opium use was rampant in British-India. We know that MGA used opium for the majority of his life. However, this reference proves that MGA’s teachers were even on opium.

The Quote
“The truth is that the Promised Messiah himself did not claim that he learnt the manifest sciences from anyone. He (Mirza) used to say that his teacher was an opium addict who smoked Huqqa as well. Sometimes, on account of intoxication, he used to spill the contents of the bottles on the ground. What could one expect from such teachers?”

(Al-Fadl, February 5, 1929; by Mirza Mahmood Ahmad Qadiani)


MGA and opium use has been covered extensively by me.  Feel free to check out those essays.

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MGA lied about his Opium use

MGA only mentioned Opium once in all his and his team’s writings. That reference occurred in 1903, as MGA was addressing a Hindu mela in Qadian (see page 347). MGA was addressing the Hindus of Qadian and totally denied using Opium for any reason, and in fact, he spoke ill of Jesus Christ (the god of the Christians) as well as Esa (as) (a special messenger/prophet in Islam). This type of criticism is shunned in Islam and Muslims are ordered to never belittle the Gods of other religions. Nevertheless, here is the only reference from MGA and his teams writings that specifically address opium use :

    • “I remember an incident and which is that I have Diabetes for several years. I urinate 15-20 times daily and sometimes I urinate 100 times per day. Due to sugar in urine, I also get infection in urine and due to excessive urination I become very weak. Once a friend suggested that Opium is beneficial in Diabetes, therefore there is no harm if I use it as medicine. I answered: ‘It is very nice of you to have sympathise with me but if I form a habit of taking Opium than I am afraid that people will joke that THE FIRST MESSIAH WAS AN ALCOHOLIC AND THE SECOND ONE AN OPIUM ADDICT.'”

Naseem Da’awat, Roohani Khazain vol.19 p.434-435, by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani (this book is not in english). 


MGA claims that he wont take Opium for medicinal purposes, he never said Diabetes only, even though it might be OK in islamic thought, and since many Muslims had taken pure-opium for Diabetes treatment, nonetheless, MGA insisted on publically denying the use of such a drug, and simply for the reason that the general public might then poke fun and say that the first Messiah was an alcoholic and the second an opium addict. The irony here is that MGA was also a person that joked and called the first messiah as a drunkard and etc and he stole these writings from Lekh Ram and his polemics vs. Christianity (see page 183). Obviously, when MGA addressed Hindus, he loved to revile the God of Christians.


Ahmadis have written many alibis in terms of this statement, however, they always add a disclaimer which states that its unofficial.Their rebuttals are filled with academic dishonesty, in fact, they refuse to acknowledge the fact that 20 years after the above reference (In Seeratul Mahi, 1923 edition and the Al-Fazl of 1929), the sons of MGA’s seem to have told the world that MGA was in fact taking opium for medicinal purposes as early as 1884, Mirza Bashir Ahmad was the same son who claimed that the Ahmadi-Khilafat wouldnt last til the day of judgement, he also told the world that MGA was irresponsible with his fathers pension money and squandered it with his cousin/brother. Mirza Bashir Ahmad seems like a disgruntled son who spilled the beans on the family business and his brothers Khilafat.

Moreover, Mirza Bashir Ahmad tells us that in 1884, MGA invented a medicine called ZADHAM-E-ISHQ (or the love potion) (see page 1010, 2009 online english edition of Tadhkirah) and attributed it to his God and thus prescribed himself. However, it is interesting to note that Noorudin had already been prescribing the same medicine to his patients before he ever met MGA (see page 50). It seems that Noorudin may have been the person who introduced MGA to opium laced medicine. We all know that many people accused him of being MGA’s chief ghost writer.

Further, in 1898, the plague was rampant in India, MGA and his team seem to have invented a medicine that would prevent plague, it was called Tiryaq-i-ilahi (see page 449). Its main ingredient was Opium.
Here is what Mahmud Ahmad said in 1929:

    Hazrat Maseeh Mow’ood prepared a medicine ‘TIRYAQ-e-ILAHI’ under instructions from God and its one of the main constituent was OPIUM and Huzoor (Mirza Ghulam) gave this medicine, with a little more addition of Opium, to Hazrat Khalifa Awwal (Hakeem Nuruddin, the 1st Successor of Mirza Ghulam) for more than 6 months and off and on, and he used it himself as well during the attacks of various illnesses.”

Article of Mian Mahmood Ahmad Saheb, Khalifa Qadian, Akhbar Al-Fazl vol.17 No.6 p.2 Dated 19th July 1929.


    “During my childhood, he (Mirza Ghulam) gave me OPIUM for sickness. Gave it to me for six months continuously.”

Statement of Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmood, Khalifa Qadian, Minhaj-ul-Talibeen, p.73.



It should be noted that the British Govt stepped in and banned MGA’s cure for the plague, since it was nothing short of a quack remedy that was concocted by Noorudin.

Obviously, MGA was using Opium-laced-medicine since at least 1884 and giving it out to everyone and anyone, even his infant son, however, he lied about it to the masses. This is the issue that Ahmadis seem to misunderstand. They also try to act like MGA simply didnt take it because of its habitual nature, however, in Islam it was OK to take opium as a consequence of Diabetes, however, your salaat would be in question.  Since the Quran bans prayers whilst intoxicated.

Secondly, if MGA was on opium for his entire life, or at least since 1884, are prayers allowed by such a patient? Is this the reason why MGA never led salaat? Is this the reason why MGA never gave a public speech? Was Opium the reason that MGA was tempted to make these audacious claims? MGA never smoked Opium, he simply took it as a mixture with his Lassi (see page 1034, of the 2009 online english edition of Tadhkirah). Is this the reason that no one witnessed MGA taking opium? Since it was so hard to detect in those days? We all know that it was reported by the Al-Fazl that MGA’s teachers were opium addicts. It seems that this is where MGA developed the same habit.

Whatever the motivations of MGA were….it is clear that he was addicted to taking opium as soon as Noorudin showed up onto the Ahmadiyya scene. Is this the prophet that Ahmadis admire so much? Is this the religion that most Ahmadis are totting all over the internet as they attempt to defraud every single government on the planet?

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“Wafat e Masih Maud” by Maulvi Noorudin (1908)

It seems that just after MGA died, Noorudin wrote a book about MGA’s death entitled, “Wafat e Masih Maud”. It was published on Saturday, June 14, 1908. This seems to be connected with the Friday sermon by Noorudin on June 5th, 1908.

Nooruddin admits that the enemies of Ahmadiyya were alleging MGA had died of cholera. In fact, he even said that if MGA had died of cholera, that he still died the death of a martyr, however, he seems to have forgot that MGA had recently told Maulvi Sanaullah that he would die of cholera and that it was a curse from god.

However, we have found independent sources (the Vakil newspaper) in this time frame that claimed that MGA had died of cholera, in Urdu as Haiza. Even Farquhar wrote the same in 1915. This is also the word that was used by MGA’s father-in-law, Mir Nasir Nawab in the 1920’s as he narrated to Shaikh Ali Yacub Irfani his autobiography. This Khutbah by Noorudin was his second Friday Sermon after becoming the Khalifa at Qadian. Further, MGA was sitting on mobile toilet (chowkee) just minutes before he died, he died on Brandereth Road in Lahore. You can read MGA’s death story here from Ahmadi sources only.

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Did Mirza Ghulam Ahmad fall in love with an American woman named Miss Rose?

Even though MGA was impotent, he still lusted for women. Women would leave MGA’s private quarters with pain in their vagina, specifically after massaging MGA. There are other stories of MGA having women taking baths in-front of him in Darul Zikr. We also know that Yar Muhammad had a sexual relationship with MGA wherein he would grope him during prayers and etc. Listen to Mirza Masroor Ahmad explaining how MGA got sexually stroked during prayers. We have also presented many quotations in the below which prove that MGA always kept toilet attendants who also worked as masseuses.

Nevertheless, we have another story from Ahmadiyya sources (Zikr-e-Habib) wherein it is reported in 1926 how MGA seems to have fell in love with a certain Miss Rose from America. MGA was lusting so hard he made a pet-name for this woman, Miss Gulabo, which means Miss Rose. Mufti Muhammad Sadig goes on to tell the world that Ahmadi’s at Qadian would talk about Miss Gulabo at their gatherings (for food or whatever). Mufti Muhammad Sadiq also tells how a certain revelation of MGA was connected with this Miss Rose, and that is, ‘They will come to you by every distant track’, which was revealed to MGA at least 20 times and as early as BA-3 (1882).
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Who is Mirza Khalil Ahmad? The grandson of Noorudin and son of the Khalifa?

Mirza Khalil Ahmad (also spelled Mirza Khaleel Ahmad) is the son of the 2nd Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad and Amtul Haye (the daughter of Noorudin). Mirza Khalil Ahmad is not mentioned at all in any english books of the Ahmadiyya jamaat, not even Fazl-e-Omar. He had to have been born from 1916–1924 era, its unknown. His mom was dead by 1924. He was married to Asma Tahira (born in 1935 and died in 2016). She passed away in Canada on 23 December 2016 at the age of 81 (see the Khutbah of Mirza Masroor Ahmad of 1-6-2017). They seem to have been married 52 years earlier in 1964. She married at the age of 29, which is high in the cultural standards of 1964 in Pakistan. Mirza Khalil Ahmad must have been 42+ years old at the time of marriage, which is also high. They HAD NO CHILDREN.

His sister, Amtul Rasheed was raped by her own father, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad, the dates are unknown. His other sister, Amtul Qayyum was married off to the famous MM Ahmad, they had no children, it was a cousin marriage.

It is also plausible that Mirza Basheer ud Din’s father was also Maulvi Noorudin, and thus, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad married his step sister and had these children from that marriage. The reason is that MGA was impotent and incapable of getting an erection. They all lived together in MGA’s mansion too, even after MGA died.
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In 1943, MGA’s widow was claiming that the Musleh Maud hadn’t been born yet

We credit @zafarim786 for this research find. In a book called, “Seerat Nusrat Jehan” (The Life of Nusrat Jehan”, MGA’s widow), which was published during WW-2 and while the Japanese were on the border of India threatening invasion. It was published on November 23, 1943. This book was written by the famous Sheikh Yaqub Ali Irfani aka Ali Turab. He was the editor of the Al-Hakam since its inception, and was a close companion of MGA. He had also famously written “Hyat-e-Nasir” (1927), which was the official autobiography of MGA’s father-in-law and his widow’s father. This book contained the infamous admission by MGA to his father-in-law while on his death bed. MGA was recorded as telling his father-in-law that he had contracted epidemic cholera (in urdu, Meer sahib, mujai wubai haiza oh gaya hai”).

This book, “Seerat Nusrat Jehan”, discussed the famous prophecy of the “Musleh-Maud”. MGA’s wife told the world that the “Musleh-Maud” (promised reformer) hadn’t been born yet, and thus, none of the sons, grandsons and great grand sons were the Musleh Maud. However, just 2 months later, the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad claimed to be the Musleh Maud and thus shocked all of the Qadiani and Lahori-Ahmadi’s.

Lastly, in 2011, the Qadiani-Ahmadi jamaat published an autobiography of Nusrat Jehan in english, it is on the Qadiani-Ahmadi website, in this book, it is not mentioned how Nusrat Jhean had clearly uttered in 1943 that the Musleh Maud hadn’t been born yet.
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Who is Mirza Daud Baig? The Lahori-Ahmadi who lived in San Francisco in 1927

The Lahori-Ahmadi’s began operating in America soon after the Qadiani-Ahmadi’s. By 1927, the elder son of Dr. Mirza Yacub Baig was living in San Francisco, California, USA. Thus, he was spreading the mission of the Lahori-Ahmadi’s in the USA.

The story

Maulvi Barakatullah (1854-1927) was an Indian Muslim revolutionary who campaigned for the independence of India from several countries outside India. Bhopal University in India was re-named after him as Barkatullah University. He spent the last few months of his life in the USA, died in San Francisco and was buried in Sacramento. See Wikipedia article on his life.

In the Lahore Ahmadiyya English magazine The Light a letter was published in the issue for 8 December 1927 in this connection written by a member of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement from San Francisco who looked after Maulvi Barakatullah in his dying days. I have made it available at this link.

The writer of the letter is Mirza Daud Baig. He was the older son of Dr Mirza Yaqub Baig, the well-known prominent follower of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, and a founding member of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Anjuman. Mirza Daud Baig returned to India a couple of years later, and spent most of the last years of his life in Turkey, having married a Turkish woman while still in India. (He was also my wife’s maternal uncle, so we personally know some details of his life.)

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