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Writings Speak About Mirza Qadiyani – By – Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Yousuf Ludhianvi

A Word from the Translator

Conversation with Allah

Authorship and accumulation of prayers

Mirza liked massaging by Aiysha

Offering salat with betel and nut in mouth

Imam complaining of stomach wind-escapes

Recital of Persian poem in salat

Care not for precept

Clods of earth and jaggery in one pocket

Memorizing the Quran

No “Qadha” for broken Ramadhan fasts

No Haj, no Zakat, no Etikaf, no Tasbih

Reasons for not performing Haj

Killing swine first priority

Busy in Jehad

Hejaz Ruler to behead mirza

Getting massaged by women

Legs frozen like wood

Semi-mad woman

Women kept night vigils on mirza

Young woman hugged mirza in dream:

         “Ya Allah, May she come!”

Woman appears in prescient hallucination

Muhammad! Begum seen naked

Mirza’s dream

Dreams: brain formations

Prostitute’s earnings alright for spending in service of Islam, Fatwa of mirza

Luminaries of qadiyani Khilafat

Ten strokes of shoes on the head as punishment for girl’s rape

Court Statement of musammat Salma

Special Interest of mirza mahmud to see naked European society

Exemption for mirza’s sons from “Pardah”

“Saints commit adultery!”

Expert evidence

Evidence proved

Lament of a dear disciple

Compiler’s Note

Plain Speaking

Cover of piety

Most immoral of the immoral

Height of Lechery

Net for boys and girls

Revenge, retaliation, reprisal

Qadiyani Trickery

Prayers without bath after sex act

Echo in the Court room: Adultery Club

Compiler’s Note

The Affidavit in Lahore High Court




In response to Maulana Muhammad Yusuf Ludhianvi’s wishes, I stand charged to translate into English language some extremely useful articles written in Urdu on Dualistic-infidelity of the Qadiyani Faith. In accepting this duty, I have been prompted by certain considerations:


(1)     Since all such writings are in Urdu which most of our non-Pakistani Muslim brethren, living in other countries, cannot read, it is important to translate them into English; because:

(a)   English is a fairly-known and widely-read language of the world, and

(b)   Many of our Brethren, in Africa and other Continents, do know English to a satisfactory extent.


(2)     Qadiyani Apostatic-Dualism must be brought into the knowledge of Muslim brethren who may be misled, by ignorance, into taking qadiyani Dualistic-infidelity as Islam. Hence the need for translation.


(3)     Finally, qadiyanies have now set up their Headquarters in England and have easy means to produce their misleading literature in English language. It is therefore incumbent on us to fight out their falsehood and lay bare their hypocrisy by producing writings in English; otherwise, our Muslims in the world may consider qadiyanism as some Muslim sect or may sympathise with them. Beware! both possibilities will turn a Muslim into a Kafir; understand this clearly. (Allah save us).


For reasons mentioned above, I chose the medium of English for my translations.


Here I have a request to make:


         Is it possible for our non-Pakistani Muslim brethren who are living in other countries to translate these writings from English into their mother tongue? Are they prepared to do this Islamic service?

Who would not do this service for Islam if he has time at his disposal? Who does not want his writings, upholding Islam, against qadiyani ()to be attached to his “Charter of Worldly Deeds” which is written by Venerable Recorders? No wonder, if on the Day of Judgment, this ‘sinful slave’ may ask Allah (while Allah, the Exalted has pre-knowledge) to look at the Appendix attached to his () at the end! And Allah is Discerning! And who would not like to carry the happy ‘load’ of his Translation proudly to the Prophet (swa) saying: Ya Rasool Allah! Intercede for us because Allah has exalted your fame and we too have contributed our shares to your ()


Something about the translation which is in your hands. Every endeavour I have made to translate the original text with precision. For this reason, some incongruity in language is noticeable here and there, but I tolerated. I could have streamlined but I refrained. The only additions are bracketed explanatory and Compiler’s notes. These are, I am afraid, necessary adjuncts to forthright grasp.

If readers go through this write-up, I am certain they will emerge wiser.


P.S.   Whosoever desires any cooperation may please write to:

         Aalami Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat, Huzoori Bagh Road, Multan, (Pakistan) or to Aalami Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat, Purani Numaish, M.A. Jinnah Road. Karachi, Pakistan.



From: Seerat ul Mahdi, written by mirza bashir ahmed, (son of mirza ghulam ahmed), Vol. 3, p.214.


“Maulvi Rahim Bux Sahib resident of Talaundi, District Gurdaspur, informed me in writing that when Hazrat ‘promised Masih’ (mirza ghulam ahmed) went to Amritsar to see (the progress of) printing of Braheen-e-Ahmadiya, he said to him after seeing the printing: “Maulvi Rahim Bux, come, let’s go for a walk.”


“When he was strolling in a garden, this humble self submitted: “Hazrat, while you busy yourself in a stroll, Allah’s saints busy themselves day and night in prayers”.


“He was pleased to reply: “Saints are of two types: the painstaking like Hazrat Baba Fareed Shakargunj and the “God-inspired” [1]such as Abul Hassan Kharqani, Muhammad Akram Multani, Mujaddid Alf-e-Thani. Saints of the second type are of a higher rank. Allah abundantly talks to them and I am of those”. (As if tall claims are a substitute for worship! Compiler). At that time he claimed only to be “God-inspired” (Which claim progressively rose to Messiahship, then to Prophethood and finally to Godhood! —Compiler).




From Seerat ul Mahdi, by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p.202.

“Doctor Meer Muhammad Ismail informed me in writing that he disagreed with me regarding some of the year-wise recorded narrations of Seerat ul Mahdi under serial number 467 as given below….. “(13). You did not mention (mirza) having offered accumulated prayers for two months continuously in 1901.”

“This humble self submits that this is correct that he did accumulate his prayers for a long time.” (Because mirza saheb was busy in those days in writing a book so he would offer ‘Zuhar’ and ‘Asr’ prayers together to save time! —Compiler).




From: Statement of ghulam muhammad qadiyani, husband of Aiysha, published in Newspaper, Al-FazI, March 20,1928, pp.6-7.


“My late wife…. went to hazrat ‘promised Masih’ at the age of fifteen in ‘Dar ul Aman’…. The Sire very much liked her service of massaging his feet.”



From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 103.

“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail related to me that once Hazrat Sahib had so severe cough that he could not breathe. With betel and nut in mouth he felt some relief. He therefore offered salat keeping the betel and nut in his mouth.”


         From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 111.

“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail told me that once Maulvi Abdul Karim could not lead prayers for some reasons. The first Khalifat ul Masih, (Hakim Noor ud Din Sahib) was not present either. Then Hazrat Sahib asked late Hakim Fazal Din Sahib to lead the prayers.


“Hakim Fazal Din submitted: “Your honour knows that I suffer from the disease of piles and every now and then my wind escapes. How can I lead the prayers?”


“The honourable sire asked him whether his (Hakim Fazal’s) salat was duly accomplished despite that trouble? Hakim Fazal Din replied in the affirmative. The honourable sire said: “Then, ours will also be duly accomplished. You lead.”


“This humble self submits: Uncontrollable wind-escapes, if frequent due to disease, do not annul wudhu (ablution).” (But is it admissible to direct such a person to lead prayers as an Imam? Compiler).



From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 138.

“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail related to me that once in summer, Peer Siraj ul Haq led ‘Maghrib’ prayers in Masjid ‘Mubarak’. The honourable sire, peace be on him, was also a muqtadi in this prayer. In the third ‘rakat’ after ‘rukoo’ instead of the prescribed Arabic hymn () he recited a Persian poem of honourable sire beginning with the couplet:


(Translation: O God, The Assuager of our troubles)


“This humble self submits that although the Persian poem is a high-class salvation commune which is full of spiritualism but the well-known precept is to recite only the masnoon invocations in salat”. (Particularly recital of non-Arabic prayers falsifies the ‘salat.’ —Compiler).



Extract from a Speech delivered by mufti muhammad sadiq qadiyani, published in newspaper, ‘Al Fazl’, qadiyan, Vol.12, p.77, Jan 17, 1925.


“Once, Maulvi Abdul Karim was leading the prayers. After the second ‘rakat’ when everybody got up from the sitting posture () to standing position () at the start of third ‘rakat’, hazrat sahib kept sitting unawares in ‘At-Tahiyat’(). When the Maulvi Sahib said ‘Takbir’ () for going into ‘Rukoo’ () it was then that he realised the matter. Huzoor got up and (straight away) joined in ‘Rukoo’.


“After prayers, honourable sire called for Maulvi Noor ud Din and Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan and presented the situation before them, saying that as he had joined straight away in the ‘Rukoo’() without reciting ‘Fateha’() what was the precept of ‘Shariat’ in that eventuality. (Good God! The qadiyani pseudo-prophet is seeking guidance from his “Ummati”! — Compiler). Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan pointed out several ‘Shariat’ regulations, precepts and possibilities but nothing decisive. (Compiler: How could he give a ruling because the wrong-doer was no less a person than the ‘Sire’ himself?)


Maulvi Abdul Karim, whose final days had taken on ‘lover’s hues’, burst forth: “No precept, this or that. What sire did is correct’”. (As if the grand sire is above the shariat. —Compiler).



From: mirza sahib Key Halat compiled by mairaj ud din ahmed qadiyani, Appendix to ‘Braheen e Ahmadiya’ Vol. 1, p. 67.


“He (mirza) loves sweets, but he is also suffering from excessive urination since long. In those days sometimes he kept earth clods (handy) in his pocket and in the same pocket used to put jaggery () pieces too”. (It will be rather unfair if this hygienic habit and refined taste is not appreciated. —Compiler).



From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmecd, Vol. 3, p. 44.


“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail Sahib told me that hazrat ‘promised Masih’ had not memorized continuous portions of Quran Majeed or its long Suras. But he certainly grasped the diverse plurality of Quranic meanings. However, he could not recall most of the Quran in the style of ‘hifz’ (memorizing).


         (mirza sahib claims that he is the ‘autar’ [reincarnated form] of Muhammad-ur-mRasul Allah (swa) [Zamima Jihad, p. 4]; that is, just as Ibrahim (as) in accordance with his nature, disposition and intrinsic resemblance, had a second birth, two and a half thousand years after his death, in the house of Abdullah, son of Abdul Muttalib, and was called by the name of Muhammad (swa) [Tiryaqul Quloob, p. 349], in the same manner Muhammad-ur-Rasul Allah (swa) in consonance with his natural disposition and appearance was reborn in qadiyan in the house of mirza ghulam murtaza and was named mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani. In his first ‘janam’   (birth) Muhammad-ur-Rasul Allah (swa) was ‘hafiz’ [memorizer] of the Quran, why did he forget the Quran in his ‘second janam’? —Compiler).



From: Seerat. ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 1, p. 51.


“Related to me my mother that hazrat ‘promised Masih’, did not keep Ramadhan fasts in the year when he had fits and gave propitiatory alms in lieu. The following Ramadhan he started fasting but after eight or nine fasts he had a fit and did not fast during the remaining days. In the next Ramadhan he had barely kept ten or eleven fasts when he underwent fits and again he discontinued fasting for the remaining period. Next year he was in his thirteenth fast when he had a severe fit just before sundown. Consequently he broke his fast and did not fast for the remaining days but paid alms in lieu. (It is a pity that ‘hazrat’ had fits particularly in Ramadhan. —Compiler). Thereafter, he fasted regularly in all the months of Ramadhan. (But in spite of his having strength for fasting he did not keep ‘qadha’ fasts in lieu of the unkept fasts of the past. —Compiler). However, two to three years before his death he could not keep any fast. He compensated for the missed fasts with propitiatory alms.


“This humble self asked mother whether he kept any compensatory fasts in lieu of the missed ones. She replied in the negative and added that he only paid the propitiatory money. This humble self submits that in the beginning when hazrat ‘promised Masih’ had those attacks of fits and dizziness he was in poor health and had become very weak.” (Especially in Ramadhan! -Compiler).

From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 131.


“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail Sahib told me that once in Ludhiana hazrat ‘promised Masih’ was fasting in Ramadhan. He had a fit of heart suffocation; his hands and feet became cold. The sun-down was quite close but he broke his fast forthwith.” (Anyway, he had absolved himself from the obligation of keeping compensatory fasts. — Compiler).



From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 119.


“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail Sahib told me that hazrat “promised Masih’ never performed Haj, never gave Zakat, never sat in Etikaf and never kept a Tasbih and in my presence he refused to eat tropical sand lizard.


“This humble self submits…… he probably sat in ‘Etikaf before his ‘mamooriat’ (commissioning). Later on, he did not do Etikaf because of the pen crusade he waged and other engagements, as such godly acts take precedence over ‘Etikaf.”

(But the holy Prophet (swa) never abandoned Etikaf! Compiler).


“And he did not give Zakat because it never accrued to him”. (In other words he feigned poverty all his life though he retained the title of () “Lord of qadiyan”) and enjoyed regal splendour. — Compiler).




From: Malfoozat e ahmediya, edited by manzoor ilahi qadiyani, Vol. 5 , p. 264.


A letter from Maulvi Muhammad Husain Batalvi was read out in the presence of hazrat ‘promised Masih’ in which he had objected: “Why do you not perform Haj?” In reply, hazrat ‘promised Masih’ said: “My first priority is to kill swine and break the ‘Cross’. At the moment, I am killing swine, — [2]many of them have died but some hard souls are still alive. Let me be free from this first”. (All his life he killed swine but neither they died nor did mirza go for Haj.—Compiler).




From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 119.


“This humble self submits: There were of course some special reasons for not performing Haj. In the beginning there was no financial arrangement for him because all properties, etc., were, from the outset, in the hands of our grandfather and later on my elder uncle managed them. After that, such circumstances arose that on the one hand he (mirza) remained preoccupied in Jehad (probably in the work of abolishing Jehad! — Compiler) and secondly the passage to Haj was dangerous. However, he did desire to perform Haj.” (It was in Allah’s wisdom to deprive him of the favour of Haj so that no sign of ‘Masih’ may reflect from him and that people should know his claim of ‘Messiahship’ as false. — Compiler).



From: Newspaper, Al-Fazl, qadiyan, Dated Sept. 10, 1929.


“Haj did not become obligatory on hazrat sahib because of his poor health. He always remained ill, (And this was the first measure by the Providence to stop him from performing Haj. —Compiler). The Ruler of Hejaz was against him because Muslims of India had obtained ‘Shariat’ decree (Fatwa) from Makkah for his (mirza’s) execution. Therefore the government of Hejaz had turned aga­inst him. (And this was the second measure by the Providence to deprive him from Haj. —Compiler). He stood the danger of losing his life in going over there. (Dajjal also will not be able to go to Makkah Mukarramah because of this danger. —Compiler). Therefore, he (mirza) followed the order of Quran Sharif which forbids putting life in destruction knowingly. In short the prescribed conditions for Haj performance were not applicable in his case. For this reason, Haj did not become obligatory on him.” (The upshot of it all was that Almighty Allah did not bestow the “taufeeq” of Haj to mirza so that not even one sign of Masih may be found in mirza. — Compiler).



From: Newspaper, Al-Hakm, April 17,1907, p. 13.


‘Question No. 6: (from muhammad husain sahib qadiyani)

“Why does the pious Hazrat (mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani) get his legs and arms massaged by unrelated stranger women?”


“Answer: (from hakim fazal din qadiyani) He is an innocent prophet and caress with him is not prohibited; it is rather a source of (obtaining) auspiciousness and blessing.” (No comment! — Compiler).



         From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol.3, p.210.


“Doctor Mir Muhammad Ismail told me that one day, hazrat ‘Ummul Momineen’ Mohtrama Nusrat Jahan Begum (wife of mirza ghulam ahmed) related that there was an old maid-servant of Hazrat Sahib, Musammat Bhanu. She sat down to massage the legs of hazrat sahib when the night was cold. Since she was pressing from the top of the quilt she did not realise that what she was pressing underneath was the wooden side piece of the cot (of mirza sahib) and not the legs of the Sire. After some time he exclaimed (from underneath the quilt), “Bhanu, it is very cold tonight.’


‘Yes Sir, that is why your legs are frozen today like wood.’


“This humble self submits that hazrat sahib, by turning her attention to the cold weather, meant to remind her of her poor sensitivity due to extreme coldness.”


From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol.3, p. 15.

“This humble self submits that the Holy Prophet (swa) as per Hadith did not touch womenfolk at the time of “Bait’ () Quran Sharif states that a woman should not display her embellishments to a stranger or unrelated person () This prohibition includes touching by hand because womanly embellishments can be known by coming into contact with the body.” (However it was legitimate for mirza sahib to get his body pressed by young unrelated women in seclusion! —Compiler).



From: Zikr-e-Habib by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, p.38.


“Inside the house of hazrat ‘promised Masih’ lived a maid-servant who was half-mad. (And rendered services madly. —Compiler) What did she do one day? There was a water outlet in a corner of the room where Hazrat did his reading and writing work. Nearby were pitchers of water. She took off her clothes and started taking hath naked (because the woman had no inhibition with mirza sahib. — Compiler). Hazrat Sahib remained engrossed in his writing work and never cared for what she did.” (One pays little attention to people with whom one is free all the time. It could not be discerned as to who leaked out the hidden secret of the half-mad woman. —Compiler).



         From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p.213.


         “This has been related to me by Mai Rasool Bibi Sahiba, widow of Late Hafiz Hamid Ali, through Maulvi Abdur Rahman Sahib Jut, Moulvi Fazil, that there was a time when she herself and wife of Babu Shah Din kept night vigil on hazrat ‘promised Masih’. Hazrat Sahib had told them that if he happened to talk in sleep then they should wake him up. Once, some words came out of his mouth and she (Mai Rasool) awoke him. It was 12 o’clock, midnight. Generally, in those days, Mai Fajjo, Munshiani, wife of Munshi Muhammad Din of Gujranwala and wife of Babu Shah Din kept night vigil.


         “This humble self states that Mai Rasool Bibi Sahiba is my foster mother. (And what was her relationship with mirza sahib? —Compiler). She is the widow of Late Hafiz Hamid Ali who served hazrat ‘promised Masih’ for a long time. Maulvi Abdur Rahman is his (Hafiz Hamid Ali’s) son-in-law”.




From: Tazkira, p.197; Majmooa e Ilhamat wa Makashifat e mirza ghulam Ahmed qadiyani by mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani.


“July 25,1892, Zilhij 20,1309 Hijri, Monday, at 4.30 early morning, I saw a dream as follows:


“There is a mansion in which my wife, mother of Mahmud, and another woman are sitting. I filled water in a white water-bag and poured it out into my pitcher. As I finished pouring, that other woman, who was wearing pleasant red coloured dress suddenly came near me.


“What I see is a woman, young in years, clad in red gossamer from head to foot. It comes to my mind that this is the same woman about whom I had advertised, (i.e. Muhammadi Begum!  Compiler), but her face seemed to be that of my wife. Either she muttered or said so in her heart: ‘I have come’. I said: Ya Allah, may she come! Then that woman hugged me in arms. On my embracement with her I instantly woke up. Thus, praise be to Allah for this! (… that, if not in waking, albeit in dream, the good luck of hugging the celestial bride was achieved. Woe betide! This dream could never be realized. —Compiler).


“Three to four days earlier, I had dreamed that Roshan Bibi had come and stood in the door of my verandah while I was sitting inside. I said: Come, Roshan Bibi, come inside.” (Alas! That ‘Roshan Bibi’ never came inside mirza’s house. — Compiler).



         From: Tazkira p. 610: Majmooa e Ilhamat wa Makashifat e mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani, by mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani.


“A few days ago, I was shown a woman in course of a prescient hallucination. Then Revelation came: … For this woman and her husband is death.” (i.e.. Grapes are sour; hence death for Muhammadi Begam and mirza’s rival-in-love who was Muhammadi’s husband. Compiler)



         From: Tazkira, pp. 198-199, Majmooa e Ilhamat wa Makashifat e mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani by mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani


“August 14, 1892, 20th Muharram 1309 A.H. Today I saw a dream that Muhammadi Begum, for whom a prediction has already been made, is sitting outside on a burial ground along with some people. She is naked from top to bottom and has a very ugly look. Three times I told her that the interpretation of her ‘head-shaving’ is that her husband will die. (Alas! This gladdening interpretation did not prove true! —Compiler). Then I stretched out my both hands on her head … The same night Mahmud’s mother dreamed that Muhammadi Begum has been married to me and that there is a paper in her hand on which one thousand rupees is written as dower and then sweets are sent for and she is standing beside me in a dream.” (“No harm! Even dreaming a fortune which evaded in waking is a great blessing. — Compiler).




From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 3, p. 116.


“This humble self submits that the matter of dreams is very delicate. Some dreams are the result of a man’s brain formations. People generally do not understand their reality,” (Accordingly, mirza sahib probably dreamed of Muhammadi Begum on account of such brain formation. —Compiler).



From: Seerat ul Mahdi by mirza bashir ahmed, Vol. 1, p. 261.


“Mian Abdulla Sahib Sanori related to me that once a man from Ambala asked for a ‘Fatwa’ (Shariat Decree) from Hazrat Sahib that his sister was a prostitute and had made a lot of money by this profession. When she died he inherited a legacy from it. Later Allah blessed him with penitence and reformation. He wanted to know what he should do with that money? (The questioner’s name was Allah Diya. He was a pimp, though he renounced later on. —Compiler).


“Hazrat Sahib replied that in his opinion such money under those circumstances could be spent in the service of Islam. “


(Mirza represented the “soul” of Islam; hence who could be a more suitable recipient of the money than mirza sahib himself? Consequently mirza sahib got this money, earned through wages for adultery. And when Maulana Muhammad Husain Batalvi in his magazine, Ishaat us Sunnah, Vol. 15, No. 1, taunted that ‘hazrat’ gulped down even the earnings of prostitutes, then mirza saheb replied in his Aina-e-Kamalat, page 601, that that was the property of Allah the Exalted and Allah the Exalted let him get it. Far be the evil eye! In mirza sahib’s ‘shariat’ even the ‘haram’ (illegitimate) becomes ‘halal’ (legitimate) in his hands. — Compiler).



The above writings related to mirza ghulam ahmed qadiyani. Now a few writings are reproduced relating to mirza mahmud ahmed so that one may know that the entire family is full of luminaries.



Ehsan Ali Vs. Muhammad Ismail:

Court of Addl. District Magistrate, Amritsar. Libel Law-suit No. 86/2 filed on 17th July 1935.




  1. Mian Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifa qadiyan, known as mirza sahib qadiyan.


  1. Aziza Begum, wife of Mian Mahmud Ahmad.


  1. Abu Bakr Siddiq, Father of Aziza Begum and Musammat Salma, and Father-in-law of Mian Mahmud Ahmad.


  1. Musammat Salma, daughter of Abu Bakr Siddiq and sister-in-law of Mian Mahmud Ahmad.


  1. Ehsan Ali, Shopkeeper of medicines at qadiyan.




“My father’s name is Abu Bakr Siddiq. He is father-in-law of Mian Mahmud Ahmad Khalifa, the mirza sahib, qadiyan. I too lived in mirza sahib qadiyan’s house for five years. I know plaintiff Ehsan Ali. Four years ago, I went to Ehsan All’s shop to bring medicine for mirza mahmud’s son. I had gone to his shop with the prescription. At first, Ehsan Ali started poking fun at me and then asked me to go into the room of the patients. In that other room he forced me to lie down and tried to rape me. People gathered on my making noise and had the door opened. They rebuked and reproached him. Ehsan Ali had started ravishing me. I went back to the house and complained to Aziza Begum. At that time mirza (mahmud khalifa) was there and I was living with Aziza Begum. mirza mahmud khalifa called in Ehsan Ali and censured him and ordered him to get out of qadiyan. Ehsan Ali begged for pardon. mirza khalifa mahmud ordered that Ehsan Ali could be pardoned and stay on in qadiyan only if he agreed to have ten strokes of shoes rapped on his head. Ehsan Ali agreed and I applied ten strokes of shoes over his head. I had done this shoe-beating in the presence of mirza (mahmud ahmed khalifa) … When I rapped Ehsan Ali with shoes, three to four persons had collected over there. In those days I used to go about without Pardah….. After that I went away to the market for shopping.”

(Reproduced from qadiyani mazhab by Professor Muhammad Ilyas Barni, Fifth edition, p. 824.)



From: Statement of mirza mahmud, published in Al-Fazl, January 28, 1924, quoted in Kamalat-e-Mahmudia, by Muhammad Mazhar-uddin Multani, p.80.


“When I went abroad, I was particularly interested to see the sinful aspect of European society. During my stay in England I got no such opportunity. On our way back, in France, I asked Chowdhry Zafarullah Khan, who was travelling with me, to show me places where I could see the European society naked. He himself was hardly acquainted with France. However, he took me to an opera the name of which I don’t remember now. Chowdhry Sahib told me that that was the place where I could have an idea of the European society. My eyesight is poor and therefore I could not see things clearly in the distance. However, after some time I discerned as if hundreds of women were sitting there. I asked Chowdhry Sahib whether they were naked? He answered in the negative and added that they were wearing dresses but despite that they were naked.” (And to see this spectacle was the very object of his eagerness. —Compiler).



From: Newspaper, Al Hakm, April 17, 1907, p. 13.


“Seventh Question (from muhammad husain qadiyani):


“Why do the sons of Hazrat Sahib (mirza ghulam ahmed) freely go inside where unrelated women are also present? Should women not observe necessary Pardah with them?


“Answer: (from Hakim Fazal Din of qadiyan).

“Necessity of Pardah is recognised only when there exists a likely possibility of adultery. Allah, the Exalted, has exempted pardah where likelihood of its occurrence is less. For this very reason, prophets and pious men are exempted from Pardah. Hence there is no objection (for women) if they don’t observe Pardah with Hazrat’s venerable sons who are pious men by the grace of Allah.”



From: Sermon delivered by Mian Mahmud Ahmad, published in Newspaper, Al Fazl, August 31,1938, p.6.


“In his Friday sermon mirza mahmud read out a letter from a lahori mirzai. Its contents were as follows:


“Hazrat ‘promised Masih’ (mirza ghulam ahmed) was a saint, i.e., Allah’s friend; and saints do commit adultery occasionally. Therefore if he (mirza ghulam ahmed) committed adultery now and then, what is the harm in that?


“Further he has written:

“We have no objection against hazrat ‘promised Masih’ because he committed adultery only at times. We have objection against the present Khalifa (mirza mahmud ahmed) because he indulges in adulterous intercourse all the time.”


After reading out the letter mirza mahmud makes the following comment:

“From this objection it appears that this person is of ‘Paighami’ creed because our belief regarding the ‘promised Masih’ is that he was Allah’s prophet but the ‘Paighamis’ (the Lahori Party) don’t believe in this. They consider him only to be a saint.”



From: An article by Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail, published in Newspaper Al Fazl, Dated July 10,1937, Kamalate Mahmudia, op. cit., p. 74.


“One great accusation against Khalifa (mirza mahmud ahmed, khalifa qadiyan) is that he is voluptuous. I am a doctor and I know that those who excessively indulge in sex, even for a short period, become what is called in English a ‘wreck’. The brain of such a person becomes useless, his wits set at nought; he cannot even make appropriate physical movements. In short, all his propensities lie asunder. One look at him from head to foot betrays that he has ruined himself by sex excessiveness. For this reason they say:


“Fornication uproots man from his foundation.”



From: Own Words of Khalifa Mahmud Ahmad: Kamalat-e-Mahmudia, op. cit. p. 75.


“Doctors thought that my mental state would recuperate in a few weeks. Whatever be the improvement, the recovery speed is not fast enough. Supported by men I can barely take a few steps and that too with difficulty. My brain and tongue are in a state that I cannot speak out in sermon even for a short duration and therefore doctors have completely stopped me from undertaking any work which may cause me mental strain.”



From: Kamalat e Mahmudia, op. cit., pp. 98 to 116.


Compiler’s Note:

         Below are some startling extracts from a letter addressed to khalifa qadiyan Mian Mahmud Ahmad by one of his disciples. The letter was later published for the benefit of people. It was in 1927 that mirza mahmud ravished the chastity of Sakeena and Zahid and episodes regarding them spread into streets and lanes of towns. Newspapers’ income increased manifold. People read them ravenously. Courts echoed with their accounts. Still the Khalifa’s over-credulous disciple. Shaikh Abdur Rahman Misri, would not give any credence to them. The ‘Piety’ of his ‘Peer’, mirza mahmud opened his eyes only when the onslaught of the Tartar struck Shaikh’s own house and his household lay ruined. It was then that he saw into the ‘sainthood’ of his spiritual master. But too late. The damage had been done. The marauder had looted what he desired. Despite this catastrophe, the faithful disciple shunned betraying the secret in public. He tried to hush hush the scandal by writing a private letter to Khalifa qadiyan but to no avail. The secrecy could not be kept and the cat came out of the bag. Here are extracts from one of his earlier published letters to which suitable headings have been provided. The complete letter may be seen in Kamalat-e-Mahmudia and Shafiq mirza’s Shahre Sadoom.


Plain Speaking:

“In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate and the Most Merciful.

“Praise to Him and His Blessings upon the bountiful Prophet

“Our Master!


“Assalamo-Alaikum and Allah’s Mercy and Blessings!


“I am writing below the following few words, simply as a well-wisher of yours and of your family. Since long I wanted to have a straight talk with you but in-between certain matters had necessarily to be drawn in, which you know well would have put you to great shame and in consequence of which you could not face me. (This was Shaikh Sahib’s vain notion, otherwise mirza mahmud sahib did not believe in getting ashamed. —Compiler).


Cover of Piety:

“If I had quickly given vent to my feelings, moved by your provocation and had published straightaway my earlier letter based on truth, and thus shown your real face to the world after lifting the veil of piety with which you have covered it then I abhor what would have been your doom. (Actually doom would have befallen upon those who got this statement published; they would have been beaten and expelled from qadiyan. Later Shaikh Sahib himself met this very fate. —Compiler).


Most Immoral of the Immoral:

“For the sole reason that you will feel embarrassed to face me I have been shunning to meet you. It is surprising that whereas I have so much regard for our old association that I hesitate to speak to you about your lustful acts in your face; you, on the other hand, do not possess even that much of consideration which is present ordinarily even in an immoral person. I have heard that even the most immoral of the immoral men does not lay hands on. children of his friends. Alas! you did not have even that consideration. You try to ravish the honour of children of your loyal friends, who are your allies and always ready to put their life at stake for your individual honour and for the honour of your family.

(Let honour, self-respect and conscience also be sacrificed; what is the worth of the sincerity which cannot stand such ‘ordinary sacrifices’! — Compiler).


Height of Lechery:

“I see that you have taken your sex indulgence to extremes. You would cunningly call near you the girl you want, get hold of her and then tear up her chastity. On the one hand you would take undue advantage of a maiden’s natural modesty (and quiet submission), on the other, you would threaten her (after your act, saying to her) ‘if you told anybody about this nobody will listen to you because all people would say you are mad and hypocrite. No one will believe anything against me’. If any girl with pluck did speak out then her parent or husband was put off by different excuses.”


Net for Boys and Girls:

“When the notoriety of the net which you have spread to catch boys and girls through your men and women agents is revealed then people will realise how their families have been plundered. Families which are loyal to you and who take pride in cultivating contacts with you and your family will repent ruefully.” (Provided their wits and sensibility too have not been ‘sacrificed’ for the Khalifa qadiyan. —Compiler)


Revenge, Retaliation, Reprisal:

“On the other hand you go all out to trample down those persons who come to know of your lewd acts, or if they happen to speak out about your sex indulgence before someone and you come to know of it. Compassion on such occasions never reaches near you anywhere. With a heart, harder than stone, you fall on him. When you mete out punishment, reformative aspect is taboo and reprisal is conspicuous. Here take the example of Sakeena, wife of mirza abdul haq, (who had complained of Khalifa’s carnal clutches in 1927). How much is she oppressed by you! The truth of what she said has now been fully proved. Still that poor soul, despite her truthfulness, is living a life worse than that of a prisoner. Her health has broken down.”


Mirza mahmud’s qadiyani Trickery:

“You have contrived this strategy that you don’t let people meet each other and have terrified them by the cry: ‘Beware of hypocrites, beware of hypocrites’. You have contrived to make everybody suspicious of the other. Everyone is now afraid lest the other fellow should report against him resulting in a fatwa (decree) declaring him expelled from the (qadiyani) Jamaat on account of his alleged hypocrisy. You have resorted to this strategy so that your lewdness may not be known to people but…


May Be:

“Whatever I have written about your immorality, one thing is there which goes on pricking my heart and I feel it is necessary to mention it; viz., probably what we call adultery you don’t consider that adultery at all. If so, please let me know it and be good enough to make me understand (your permissiveness). Once I have understood it I shall withdraw.


Prayers without bath after sex act:

“Here I should add one more point that I cannot offer prayers behind you because it has come to my knowledge through different sources that you sometimes come to lead prayers in unbathed sex-polluted condition.”


         From: Kamalat-e-Mahmudia, op. cit. p. 122. Compiler’s Note:


         Shaikh Abdur Rahman Misri complained about mirza mahmud ahmed’s immorality in 1937. Consequently he was out of qadiyani Jamaat, either expelled or he made a voluntary exit. Anyhow, he battled with mirza mahmud and the matter went beyond posters and newspapers into the Courts. The court statement preferred on oath by Shaikh Abdur Rahman Misri is reproduced below. The Lahore High Court included it in its judgement dated September 23, 1938:


The Affidavit in Lahore High Court:

“The present khalifa, mirza mahmud ahmed, is extremely immoral. He hunts women under the guise of sainthood. For this purpose, he has employed some men and women as his agents. Through them he gets hold of innocent girls and boys. He has formed a society in which men and women are admitted and they commit adultery in this society.” (Mumtaz Ahmad Farooqi, Fateh Haq, p. 41).


[2]        (Compiler: Mirsa himself goes out hunting swine but ridicules what has been said in Hadith that hazrat Masih (Peace be upon him) would kill the swine. To wit: in Seerat ul Mahdi, Mirza’s son Bashir Ahmad relates as follows):

“Mian Imam Din Sikhwani told me. that hazrat ‘promised Masih’ used to say that his opponents said that after Masih’s arrival, people would go to his house to meet him but his household would inform them that Masih had gone into the woods to kill swine. Hearing that they would be surprised and would say what sort of Masih was that who went out for pig hunting instead of affording guidance to the people. He (Mirza) would then say that arrival of such a man could only please the cobblers, sweepers and vagrants who normally did that work; otherwise, how Muslims could be happy over that, asked Mirza. And then he would laugh heartily till his eyes started watering”. (Seerat ul Mahdi by Mirza Bashir Ahmad, Vol. 3. pp.291-292).