14-20 February

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14 February 1925: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud, may Allah be pleased with him, advised the Muslims of India with regard to communal representation at the elections. His suggestions proved to be of great benefit, especially keeping in mind the political backdrop of India at the time.

14 February 1928: Hazrat Sufi Maula Bakhshra passed away. He was a companion of the Promised Messiah, peace be upon him.

14 February 1945: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra transferred the administrative authority of all Jamaat missions and educational institutes operating outside of the Indian subcontinent to Tahrik-e-Jadid.

14 February 1948: A formal request was submitted to the concerned governmental department for the registration of Anjuman Tahrik-e-Jadid in Pakistan.

14 February 1948: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra started his tour of Sindh, which continued until 20 March.

14 February 1954: A revised German translation of the Holy Quran was published by the Jamaat.

14 February 1955: The wording of the oath for Lajna Imaillah was approved. A sentence was later added to it in 1956.

14 February 1964: A mosque in Calcutta was inaugurated.

15 February 1920: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra delivered a speech in Lahore about the future of world peace and how, without Islam, lasting world peace cannot be established.

15 February 1920: Hazrat Mufti Muhammad Sadiqra arrived at the shores of Philadelphia to spread the message of the Jamaat in America. Unfortunately, he was barred from entering the country and was even detained by the authorities. During his imprisonment, he managed to convert many people to Islam Ahmadiyyat.

15 February 1939: A devout and sincere member of the Jamaat in Afghanistan, Wali Dad Sahib had to brave the martyrdom of his young son, Fazl Dad Sahib. On this date, owing to the lawlessness in the country, opponents attacked again and this time, Wali Dad Sahib was martyred. His body was disposed in an unknown location.

15 February 1948: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra arrived at Mirpur Khas in Sindh, Pakistan. Huzoorra graciously met some members of the Jamaat who had returned from captivity lasting around six months.

15 February 1954: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra went to Lahore and stayed there until 23 February.

15 February 1960: The supervisor of the Ahmadiyya Mission in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Sheikh Amri Ubaidi Sahib was elected as the Mayor of Dar es Salam. He was the first native African to be chosen as Mayor of Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania at the time.

15 February 1960: Talim-ul-Islam College won the inter-university rowing competition for the 11th time in a row.

16 February 1923: Gas lamps were installed on Minarat-ul-Masih in Qadian. The lamps were purchased from funds donated by members of the Jamaat in Nigeria, West Africa.

16 February 1948: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra arrived in Nasir Abad state during his tour of Sindh, where he stayed for three weeks.

16 February 1952: The Jamaat in Sialkot started its twoday local Jalsa, however, near the end of the inaugural session, opponents attacked the venue and brutally attacked members of the Jamaat, resulting in around 40 Ahmadis being severely injured. Owing to these precarious incidents, the organisers had to postpone the Jalsa.

16 February 1956: The local chapter of the Jamaat in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan convened a three-day annual Jalsa. Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud’sra special message was read out regularly every morning of the Jalsa prior to formal sessions.

16 February 1963: A meeting was held between the Vice President of Spain and the Jamaat’s missionary in Spain, Maulana Karam Ilahi Zafar Sahib. He conveyed the message of the Jamaat to the Vice President.

17 February 1908: Hazrat Hakim Maulvi Nuruddinra announced the nikah of Hazrat Nawab Mubaraka Begumra, daughter of the Promised Messiahas.

17 February 1945: Hazrat Sir Chaudhry Zafarulla Khanra led the Indian delegation to the Commonwealth Relations Conference held in London. On this date, he spoke at the conference and eloquently raised the issue of the Indian subcontinent’s independence. His rationale and commanding approach towards the matter was largely praised by the Indian and British press alike. Later in the evening, he delivered another effective speech on the matter.

17 February 1949: Hazrat Sheikh Umar Bakhsh Bangwira passed away at the age of 92. He performed Bai‘at in 1903.

17 February 1957: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra arrived at Ahmad Abad during his tour of Sindh, where he graced a gathering and distributed prizes.

18 February 1920: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra delivered a speech entitled, Religion and its Need in front of a gathering at the Ahmadiyya Hostel, Lahore.

18 February 1922: Sheikh Mahmud Ahmad Irfani Sahib departed from Qadian for Egypt to establish the Jamaat’s mission there. He was able to establish the mission within a year.

18 February 1933: On this date, Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra graciously pardoned certain members of the Jamaat after accepting their apologies about their ill-treatment of a Jamaat missionary.

18 February 1935: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra laid the foundation stone of a new mosque in Darul Barkat Qadian.

18 February 1937: Maulana Nazir Ahmad Mubashir Sahib inaugurated a new building of the Jamaat mission in Saltpond, Ghana.

18 February 1956: Talim-ul-Islam High School arranged a reception that was graced by Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra, who also delivered a speech.

18 February 1956: Indonesia convened its 7th Jalsa Salana where a special message from Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra was read out.

19 February 1920: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra delivered a lecture in Lahore near the Delhi gate.

19 February 1921: Hazrat Maulana Abdur Rahim Nayyarra reached Sierra Leone. A local listened to his message and converted to Ahmadiyyat. After establishing a local chapter of the Jamaat, he moved to his next destination after three days.

19 February 1928: A girls school was being run by the Jamaat in Sialkot. On this date, its new purpose-built building was inaugurated by Hazrat Maulana Abdur Rahim Nayyarra. This was the first Muslim school in Sialkot.

19 February 1934: A tourist from Persia, Mr Abu Qasim Khan visited Qadian. He shared his travel experiences in a session organised in Masjid Aqsa, Qadian.

19 February 1939: A convert from England, Mr Abdullah Arscot joined the institution of Al-Wasiyyat. He is considered the first person to be a musi (part of the Wasiyyat scheme) in the UK.

19 February 1952: An attempt on the life of Chaudhry Muhammad Hussain Sahib in Gambat, Sindh was made. He died on 22 February due to suffering severe injuries from the attack and thus, attained martyrdom.

19 February 1957: Hazrat Dr Ghulam Ghausra passed away. This companion of the Promised Messiahas entered the fold of Ahmadiyyat in 1900.

19 February 1957: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra departed for Karachi from Nasir Abad, Sindh during a tour of the province.

20 February 1914: A delegation left for Madrasa Chathha, district Gujranwala from Qadian to take part in a religious debate.

20 February 1915: Hazrat Sufi Ghulam Muhammadra set off from Qadian to Mauritius, with the aim of establishing a Jamaat mission.

20 February 1919: The Amir of Afghanistan, Habibullah Khan was assassinated while on a hunting trip in Kalagosh. He was killed while he was on a secluded mountain passage in Laghman province. He was the ruler of the country when Hazrat Sahibzada Abdul Latif Shaheedra was martyred under his orders.

20 February 1944: A special “Jalsa Musleh-e-Maud” was arranged in Hoshiarpur, India, where Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra delivered a powerful and insightful speech. During the Jalsa, 18 missionaries shared tabligh achievements of their respective countries. After these faith-inspiring accounts, Huzoorra proceeded to Bait-ul-Dua (the room where the Promised Messiahas would often pray in seclusion in Qadian) where he remained occupied in supplication for a heavenly sign.

20 February 1944: Hazrat Sheikh Mahmud Ahmad Irfanira, a companion of the Promised Messiahas passed away.

20 February 1953: A delegation of the Jamaat met with the governor and chief minister of Punjab on 20 and 22 February.

20 February 1956: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra laid the foundation stones of Fazl-e-Umar Hospital and the central offices of Majlis Ansarullah in Rabwah.

20 February 1957: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra arrived in Karachi, where his stay was for 13 days. On this date, Huzoorra addressed a special session organised to highlight the prophecy about the Musleh-e-Maud.

20 February 1958: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud established Fazl-e-Umar Free Dispensary in Karachi, which was run by Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya. On the same day, Huzoorra also inaugurated a library.

20 February 1960: Hazrat Mirza Bashir Ahmadra formally inaugurated the plantation drive by planting a tree in the premises of Majlis Ansarullah’s main office block in Rabwah.

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