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100 Years Ago...

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.

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

Tabligh in the UK, Al Fazl, 25 January 1919

As readers will have gathered from my previous report, I submitted a request for my passport to travel to Africa, however that was rejected.

The renowned Lord Bishop George Alfred Lefroy (1854-1919) conveyed an open address on 25 May 1900 and announced that while the Prophet Muhammad s.a. had left this world and was buried in Medina, the Muslims believed that Jesus a.s. was still alive in paradise.

Acknowledgment to the Associates of Al Hakam

In this article, we take a look at a book written by Maulvi Muhammad Ali Sahib, a prominent figure among the group that split from the main body of the Jamaat, in 1918 called The Split in contrast with what would later be authored by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II r.a., The Truth About the Split. Both books dealt with the happenings surrounding that period.

It is announced to notify all members of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya that owing to the requirements of the Jamaat, I have taken a decision after taking recommendations from the residents of Qadian and those residing outside of Qadian that superior posts will be assigned to several persons for carrying out different works of the Jamaat.

Today, printing is very different from the process used in past times. As compared to modern technology, early printing process was challenging and demanding.

On 27 November, under the organisation of Anjuman Ahmadiyya baray Imdad Jang [the Ahmadiyya committee for war aid] and according to the directives of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II [may Allah be pleased with him], in celebration of the extraordinary victory of Great Britain, a memorable festive event was held.