7-13 September


7 September 1940: Hazrat Miyan Allah Bakhsh Sahib, companion of the Promised Messiahas,passed away. He was the first Ahmadi of the area; Dera Ghazi Khan. In 1900, he had the honour of taking the oath of initiation. 

7 September 1974: Making an amendment in the law of Pakistan, the Special Committee of the National Assembly of Pakistan passed a law declaring the Ahmadiyya Jamaat a non-Muslim minority for the purpose of law and order. 

7 September 2003: Jamia Ahmadiyya Canada is inaugurated during this month and classes officially commence on this day. 

8 September 1959: A delegation of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat met President of All India Congress Committee, Indira Gandhi. 

9 September 1894: A pamphlet was released regarding the publication of Sat-Bachan by Zia-ul-Islam printing press. It is believed that this was the first pamphlet of this press. 

9 September 1901: A pamphlet of the Promised Messiahas by the name of Mufid-ul-Akhbar was published in which he issued an instruction to take comprehensive exams of his books. 

9 September 1955: A lecture of Prof Abdus Salam took place in the district board hall of Jhang. 

9 September 1087: On this day, the King of England, William the Conqueror passed away. In a dream of his, Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra saw himself on the seashores, clad in the luxurious clothes of an army general and a voice thereafter was heard from the unseen, saying, “William the Conqueror”. 

10 September 1918: On this day, in the long bloody civil war of Russia, the communist army conquered the city of Kazan. The Promised Messiahas had clearly foretold this calamity, indicating towards it in his poetic works. 

10 September 1941: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra was residing in Dalhousie. Some police officers behaved in an insulting manner upon which the Muslim press and Huzoorra protested. Then, after nine months of correspondence and investigation, the Punjab government made a written apology on 27 April 1942. 

10 September 1959: Hazrat Chaudhry Sir Zafrulla Khanra inaugurated Masjid Nur in Frankfurt, Germany. This was the second mosque of the German Jamaat and the fourth in Europe.

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Masjid Nur in Frankfurt, Germany | Wiki Commons| rupp.de

10 September 1969: While in Ahmadiyya Hall, Karachi, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIIrh instructed members of the Jamaat to memorise the first 17 verses of Surah Al-Baqarah. 

10 September 1976: During his journey of Europe, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIIrh reached Holland. 

10 September 1976: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIIrh attended a press conference at The Hague. 

12 September 1892: An appeal for chanda (financial sacrifice) was launched that would go towards Maulvi Muhammad Ahsan Sahib. Information was released regarding the publication of Aina-e-Kamalat-e-Islam. Furthermore, an announcement was made that the press of Sheikh Nur Ahmad Sahib had arrived in Qadian and that if any friends or relations wanted to publish something from the press, they could assist it and become the cause of its establishment within Qadian. This press was known as Matba Riyaz-e-Hind Press, Qadian.

12 September 1902: On this day, the nikah of the son of the Promised Messiahas, Hazrat Sahibzada Mirza Bashir Ahmadra was announced. After the Asr prayer, Hazrat Maulvi Nuruddinra led the Nikah in the courtyard in front of the room of the Promised Messiahas, adjacent to Masjid Mubarak. The marriage occurred in May 1906.

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