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100 Years Ago...

Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I r.a. was conscious of the need of Al Hakam to such an extent that he made me pledge not to have it closed down, not on one single occasion but thrice.

 An article taken from the newspaper Mashriq, written by a revered non-Ahmadi Muslim in Gorakhpur, is hereby included in this section.

My revered brother, Master Abdur Rahim Nayyar Sahib (who is carrying out the invaluable task of correspondence of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih – a very honourable cause) had travelled from Qadian to Bombay in order to perform his duty of Huzoor’s correspondence.

Some highlights of Jalsa 1918 along with announcements published in the days leading up to it and immediately after it, giving an insight as to how the essence and importance of Jalsa was spread 100 years ago.

PART II - Advertised many weeks in advance, this article by Hazrat Mufti Muhammad Sadiq r.a, included in the 28 July 1918 issue of Al Hakam, expresses his support for the newspaper and reflects his missionary activities in England.

Advertised many weeks in advance, this article by Hazrat Mufti Muahammad Sadiq r.a, included in the 28 July 1918 issue of Al Hakam, expresses his support for the newspaper and reflects his missionary activities in England.

On 5 July 1918, a liberal and educated Christian youth, who in reality was in pursuit of the true religion, came to visit Hazrat Khalifatul Masih [may Allah be pleased with him].

As readers will know, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II [may Allah be pleased with him] has travelled to Dalhousie at the advice of doctors. 

When Hazrat Musleh Maud, may Allah strengthen his hand, returned from Bombay, doctors recommended that he [take some rest and] visit a mountainous area.