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January 28th, 2016

If Ahmadis were British agents, how did the following happen?

This is the question I pose: How then did this happen which is described in this link?

Remember that in this account, Maulana Sadr-ud-Din was talking to General Sir Alfred Keogh, Director-General of the War Office, London, and General Sir Edmund Barrow, Military Secretary at the War Office. How did Maulana Sadr-ud-Din so boldly and bluntly put to these high and mighty generals the case for proper funeral rites and burial or cremation in England for Indian soldiers according to their religions? And note the great concern he showed for Muslim soldiers, for their treatment in military hospitals, and for proper Islamic janaza and burial for the dead conducted by himself.

Just in these incidents, Maulana Sadr-ud-Din did more for Muslims than the entire Pakistan National Assembly of 1974 ever did. And this was the Assembly in front of which he had to appear (aged 92 years) to prove that he was a Muslim!

Zahid Aziz

One Response to “If Ahmadis were British agents, how did the following happen?”

  1. February 14th, 2016 at 1:17 pm
    From Shahid Aziz:

    I tried to find an official note or letter I saw regarding Hazrat Maulana Sadr ud Din's efforts to find a suitable plot for Muslim burials. It called him a 'trouble maker' and wondering if he could be got rid of! Many years after the event bodies of Muslim soldiers were moved to the nearby Brookwood cemetary. Eventually the plot was listed as a part of 'national heritage' and rennovated as Peace Garden. Its opening ceremony was in November last year when the Duke of Wessex opened it. I was one of few select to be introduced to him for the services Hazrat Maulana rendered to the Muslims. When interviewed Sunni Muslims who were present said "we gave our blood for this country"! 


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