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This Week in History

17-23 August
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

17 August 1895: The Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad a.s. says that one day, when he was reading the Holy Quran and pondering over it with deep concentration, his eyes stopped at a certain verse regarding Mecca.

10-16 August
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

10-16 August

3-9 August
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

3 August 1945: Hazrat Maulvi Abdul Majid Sahib of Bhagalpur, Bihar in India passed away on this day.

27 July – 2 August
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Ahmadiyyat, islam

27 July 1896: The Promised Messiah’s a.s. prophecy about Abdullah Atham was fulfilled on this day, when this Muslim-born Christian missionary departed this world in Firozpur.

20 – 26 July
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

20 July 1891: The Promised Messiah’s a.s. written debate with Maulvi Muhammad Hussain of Batala, commenced on this day in Ludhiana.

13-19 July
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Ahmadiyyat, Promised Messiah

14 July 1894: The Promised Messiah’s a.s. Arabic book Sirr-ul-Khilafa was published on this day.

6-12 July
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

6 July 1903: Mirza Imam Din departed this world on this day. He was brother of Mirza Nizam Din and cousin of the Promised Messiah a.s.

29 June-5 July
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Ahmadiyyat, islam

29 June 1955: Hazrat Musleh Maud r.a. arrived in the Netherlands. It was his second European tour, the first one in 1924 to deliver a lecture at the Wembley Conference on Living Religions.

22-28 June 
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

22 June 1897: A masterpiece criticism on the doctrines of Christianity was published on this day, in the form of a book of the Promised Messiah a.s, Sirajuddin Isai Ke Char Savalon Ke Javab (Four Questions by Mr Sirajuddin, a Christian, and their Answers).

15-21 June
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Ahmadiyyat, Historical

15 June 1895: The Promised Messiah a.s. was committed to transmitting the light of the Holy Quran to the world. For this, Huzoor a.s. wished to publish a monthly magazine about the Quran. Some issues were practically written with his own hand and it was named Nur-ul-Quran.