Part – A
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was established in 1925 in Palestine.
This area later became part of what is now Israel in 1948.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community ……. settled in Kababir from Ni’lin near Jerusalem. They built the neighborhood’s first mosque on Mount Carmel in 1931, and a larger grand mosque in the 1980s. The grand mosque has two white minarets standing 34 meters tall, which dominate the low-rise skyline of the residential neighborhoods on the ridges nearby.
Following the adoption of a resolution by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 29 November 1947 recommending the adoption and implementation of the United Nations plan to partition Palestine, on 14 May 1948 David Ben-Gurion, the Executive Head of the World Zionist Organization and president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz Israel, to be known as the State of Israel, a state independent from the British Mandate for Palestine.
Part – B
Good 23 years before the establishment of the State of Israel – when the whole area was still called “Palestine”; an Ahmadiyya Mission House was established there, to have the Message of the Holy Promised Messiah, a.s., reach the people of Palestine, the same way as the Message is presented to rest of the world.
Since then (1925) the Ahmadiyya Mission is there; and like every other Ahmadiyya Mission – educating the local Ahmadiyya Populace about the “True Teachings of Islam” and adopting them in their daily lives; also, inviting all other people of the area to accept True Islam.
Part – C
As explained by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad Sahib, r.h., the 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyyat; Ahmadiyyat has exactly the SAME relationship with Israel that Rasoole Karim Hadhrat Muhammad, s.a.w., held with the Jews of that era – to call them to light; and whatever Rasoole Karim s.a.w., did was Truth and Light.
Part – D
Mullahs – however, have been MISGUIDING the public opinion about the Ahmadiyya Mission in Israel, by ways of dreadful propaganda based upon UNFOUNDED FACTS.
They DO NOT tell people about the Historic Speech of Sir MuhammadZafrUllah Khan, r.h., in the United Nations – pleading not to divide Palestine:-
“……….. delivered a bombshell on October 7, 1947, when he spoke on the issue of the partition of Palestine. It was a stunning speech, the Arabs were overjoyed over it”.
In the next day’s issue of the top Indian daily, the Statesman, wrote editorially:
“For the first time the voice of Pakistan was heard in the United Nations. It was a telling speech which tore into shreds the pleas put forward by advocates of the partition. Ch Zafrulla Khan did not merely indulge in rhetoric, when he described the plan “a physical and geographical monstrosity”, but he proceeded to prove this by his unassailable arguments.
Answering a question that great many displaced jews be allowed to go Palestine. He posed the counter question, would USA agree to take in five million displaced persons of Panjab if they wish to enter USA and settle there.”
The Statesman concluded:
“We have little doubt that the Arabs will rejoice to find, the voice of Pakistan, so powerfully raised in the United Nations.”
The same paper in its issue of October 11, 1947 quoted an Arab spokesman saying
“It was the most brilliant and exhaustive survey of the Arab case regarding Palestine that I ever heard.”