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22-28 February
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

23 February 1901: Ijaz-ul-Masih (Miracles of the Messiah), a book of the Promised Messiah a.s, was published by Zia-ul-Islam Press, Qadian.

A letter written for the Review of Religions recounting some of his experiences whilst serving in England as a missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat. This letter dates back a hundred years ago.

15-21 February
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

15 February 1898: A foul mouthed apostate, Ahmad Shah Shaikh of Kashmir, who had converted to Christianity and had once been the medical officer of Ladakh and formerly been a missionary in Jagraon, District Ludhiana, wrote an offensive book, Ummahat-ul-Momineen, from England which was published by RPS Press, Gujranwala and distributed on a large scale in early 1898, free of charge.

Sacrifices vary depending on the conditions and circumstances of one’s age. At the time of the Prophet Muhammadsa, sacrificing one’s life was far more important than wealth. Muslims of that time were drawn into battle by the disbelievers and the only way out was sacrificing their lives for the glory of the One God and Islam.

Hazrat Khalifatul Masih delivered a short address after the Asr prayer, prior to leaving Qadian. The outline of that address in simple words is that the Holy Prophet s.a. used to appoint amirs (interim heads) in his absence when he would leave for journeys

8-14 February
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

This week in history: 8 - 14 February. The week when an article written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad a.s. on the subject of souls being eternal was published by the Arya Samaj in the newspapers of Wakeel

1-7 February
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

February 1892: The Promised Messiah a.s. journeyed to Sialkot in the month of February, during which he stayed at the residence of Hazrat Hakim Mir Hisamuddin.

Tabligh in the UK, Al Fazl, 25 January 1919

After the Turks took Constantinople in 1453 CE, Greek refugees brought with them texts from classical authors in the original Greek.

Dar-ul-Qaza, which started its journey 100 years ago in Qadian, has now been established in almost a dozen countries of the world.