Nuzhat J. Haneef Recognizing the Messiah
Assessing Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qaadiyaan: His Claims, His Views, His Character, and His Movement

ATTACHMENT: Membership Termination Correspondence

After I had determined that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s claim of being a Divine apostle was false, I wrote a letter to the Ahmadiyya Movement to inform them that I was terminating my membership in that organization. That letter, and the Ahmadiyya Movement’s reply to it (along with an enclosure), are reproduced here.

In my opinion, even the Ahmadiyya Movement’s reply to my letter demonstrates their falsehood. In this connection, note the pretentious claim that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad makes in the passage I quoted in my letter from his writings and then see how the Ahmadiyya Movement wriggles out of it in their response.

I first quote below the text of my letter (with the key parts shaded) and then I will provide an image of it.

In the Name of Allaah, The Most Gracious, The Ever Merciful

355 West Side Drive, Apt. 201
Gaithersburg, MD 20878, USA

November 21, 2003

Maryland Jama’at
Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam
15000 Good Hope Road
Silver Spring, MD 20905

Dear Brother,

Assalaam-o-alaykum-wa-rahmatullaah. I hope you are well, by Allaah’s Grace.

I am writing to inform you that I have decided to terminate my membership in the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam. My member code in the Movement was 20164.

I have been a participant in the Ahmadiyya “Wasiyyat” program; my Wasiyyat number was 28356. With regard to this, I would like to draw your attention to the following instruction in the appendix of the Ahmadiyya booklet Al-Wasiyyat:

If a person makes a Will [i.e., enters into the Wasiyyat program] [and] then later, due to some weakness in his/her faith, reneges on his/her Will, or abandons this Movement, then, even though the Anjuman might have taken possession of his/her property in legal terms, it will not be justifiable for it [the Anjuman] to retain control of that property. Rather [the Anjuman] will have to return that entire property because God is not dependent on anyone’s property and in God’s view such property is odious and deserves to be rejected. (Al-Wassiyat Appendix, instruction number 12; Roohaanee Khazaa-in, volume 20, page 325.)

Based on the above, I request you to please make arrangements to reimburse me with the payments I have made to the Ahmadiyya Movement over the years in connection with the Wasiyyat program. (In order to ensure that I pay income tax on the reimbursed amount, please feel free to inform the IRS about this, when you make the payment to me.) I am providing information pertaining to my Wasiyyat payments in the enclosed document. Please do not hesitate to contact me for any clarification you may need.

I will appreciate if you would respond to this letter to confirm receipt and to let me know when to expect the reimbursement. I thank you in advance for your attention to this matter. Wassalaam.



(Ms.) Nuzhat Haneef

Copy to:

Dr. Ahsanullah Zafar, Ameer, USA Jama’at, Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam

Mr. [First and Middle Name, deleted for privacy] Ahmad, Secretary Wasaaya, Maryland

Mrs. [First Name, deleted for privacy] Ahmad, President, Maryland Lajna

Enclosure: Wasiyyat Data and Related Information for Reimbursement

[My letter to the Ahmadiyya Movement, dated November 21, 2003]