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History of Islam Ahmadiyyat

Account of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih’s a.a. Activities in Qadian

In 1991, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IV r.h. made a historic journey to visit Qadian on the occasion of the 100th Jalsa Salana.

In 1891, the Promised Messiah a.s, to further deliberate upon the establishment of an Anjuman as explained in his book Asmani Faislah (The Heavenly Decree), invited his followers to come to Qadian on 27 December. 

Aftab Khan Sahib, former Amir of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya UK, was also present on the train journey from Delhi to Qadian and was interviewed by Naseer Ahmad Qamar Sahib.

The social and political climate during the partition months need not be elaborated since it is well known that the conditions were far from allowing the Jalsas that Qadian had been home to for half a century to take place.

It was the year 1934. Jealousy had turned into open enmity against the Jamaat from all circles of the Muslim world, particularly those who were in close proximity; those who had apprehensions about the rapidly escalating success of the Jamaat

In 1919, under the instruction of Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II r.a, Hazrat Mufti Muhammad Sadiq r.a. was told to set course to America to establish the Ahmadiyya Jamaat within the country and begin the propagation of Islam to the Western audience.

The sacrifice that Hazrat Mufti Muhammad Sadiq r.a. offered, by going through the ordeal of confinement in the Philadelphia Detention House in Gloucester, New Jersey, was not something that remained confined to his person. It was a sacrifice of greater historic value.

Tracing the roots of early Islam Ahmadiyyat in the USA.

Stanley Brush was a professor at Forman Christian College Lahore when he decided to visit Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II r.a. in Rabwah