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Knife Attack did not lead to Mirza Mahmud’s Mental Issues?

Recently, we have come across some news clippings and intelligence assessments from 1954 that report on the knife attack on Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, the Second Qadiani ‘Khalifa’. These show that although murder was attempted, the wound itself was minor and Mirza Mahmud was out of hospital the next day, and did not even go to a large facility or abroad for treatment. It is a well-known fact that Mirza Mahmud had a very volatile temper in the last 10 years of his life (1955-65), and was almost continuously bedridden, had bouts of searing pain, and had other serious problems …

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Musleh Maud in September 1914 instead of 1944?

This strange and different narrative of the "Promised Reformer" comes to us from 1914. This narrative has changed so many times over the years, that it is refreshing to see the perspective a few months after Mirza Mahmud Ahmad acquired the leadership of the Qadiani community. Also, it belies the reported Qadiani story that he claimed to be the 'Promised Reformer' in 1944.

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Did Mirza Really Call us Kafir?

by Rationalist This article is an attempt to settle the confusion once and for all on this topic. Over the duration of my exodus from the ‘A’ I have engaged with many Ahmadis on the internet as they denied all statements wherein Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called us Kafir. They vehemently deny all of our accusations of Takfeer from the ‘A’. They act like as if Mirza Ghulam Ahmad never called us Kafir in any way shape or form. They act as if we are wrongfully accusing them of Takfeer on us. This article is intended to settle the debate once …

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