بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
We have received a damning inside report on the state of the Waqf-e-Nau youngsters in Greater London. It raises serious questions about the way the Ahmadiyya relates to its children and the unhealthy way in which it spies on some of them. Whilst some of the activities described are un-Islamic, the evidence is scant. What is of grave concern is how the privacy of these youngsters and their parents has been breached by the Ahmadiyya, and how the leadership is planning on making an example of them. This report goes right to the top, so “His Holiness” Mirza Masroor Ahmad is implicated.
What is Waqf-e-Nau? The Ahmadiyya has many buzzwords and phrases that separate it from Islam and the rest of society. There is regimentation at play here which is hierarchical and makes Ahmadis feel like they are part of a special club. This is quite typical of a cult. In Dr. Robert J. Lifton’s eight criteria for Thought Reform, item 6 is “Loading the Language”
6. Loading the Language. The group interprets or uses words and phrases in new ways so that often the outside world does not understand. This jargon consists of thought-terminating clichés, which serve to alter members’ thought processes to conform to the group’s way of thinking.
Akber Choudhry describes this phenomenon as it relates to the Ahmadiyya succinctly. The simple truth is that the thought-stopper “Love for All, Hatred for None” is used as a cover for a multitude of sins. The Waqf-e-Nau scheme is not the only mechanism by which Ahmadiyya isolates its members from the rest of society. By using the threat of expulsion from the tightly-knit group, it makes it very difficult for Ahmadis to show dissent, thus making them easier to control. Examples of control include:
- Mass public expulsion of a group of Ahmadis for attending a wedding in which mixing of the sexes was permitted. On the other hand, the leaders, like Rafiq Hayat are permitted free mixing at public functions. Other senior families escape punitive measures.
- They exploit their poorest members for compulsory donations to what is ostensibly a charity, whilst its more senior officials are less than squeaky clean in declaring their income for the purposes of their heavenly graveyard scheme.
- The Press Secretary Basharat Nazir and other senior officials telling its members to lie about their identity to the media.
- Ahmadi girls have been prevented from joining or mixing with Muslim associations at universities on the grounds that Muslims spread hatred! Imagine the outcry if a far right group was at a university, telling its members in an official email to avoid mixing with Muslims.
- The requirement that coveted “office bearer” posts are only to be filled by those partaking in the lucrative Wassiyat scheme. It is interesting to note that senior members, like Nasser Khan appear not to be as open with the status of their income as their positions might require.
- As shown in the recent MTA3 Leaks débâcle, the Ahmadiyya tries to shut down free speech about its dubious cult-like practices through hacking its opponents and its dissidents in an attempt to uncover their identity. This site has suffered more than its fair share of attempts, as have others spreading awareness on the cult-like nature of the Ahmadiyya, with no media outcry. Physical threats, intimidation and spurious DMCA claims are also frequently employed tools in the Ahmadiyya arsenal, reminiscent of the “Fair Game” practices of other cults. AK Sheikh, a former Ahmadi himself has been the victim of no fewer than 135 death threats from the Ahmadiyya. The author of this piece has had his person and his family threatened by the Ahmadiyya and abused to the point where police have had to be involved.
Meanwhile, in a Kafkaesque turn of events, the Ahmadiyya hosts parliamentary debates on extremism.
It even operates its own parallel legal system out of view of the British and American justice systems which they claim to honour. Disputes, including serious crimes are referred to the “Qadha Board” for settlement. Since betraying the Ahmadiyya leadership by going through the democratic legal process typically results in social ostracism or expulsion, many Ahmadis will choose not to report even some serious inter-Ahmadi crimes to the authorities.
Waqfe-nau is a scheme initiated by the charismatic fourth caliph of the Ahmadiyya, Mirza Tahir Ahmad, in 1987. The objective is for parents to “promise” their children to the service of Ahmadiyya for the whole of their childhood. The children get the option to renew the promise made by their parents on their behalf (or not, but that is a different story) once they reach their mid to late teens. There is an associated intense syllabus that the kids have to cover, which includes aspects of Islam and aspects of Ahmadiyya. If there isn’t already enough mind control in the Ahmadiyya, the Waqf-e-Nau scheme takes it to the next level.
The Ahmadiyya’s Waqf-e-Nau Twitter account describes the adherents as “The keepers of the new world”. It really doesn’t get more Orwellian than that. In short, the Waqf-e-Nau are the cream of the Ahmadiyya crop, the intellectual foot soldiers of the Brave New Ahmadiyya World. They are a crowd apart, special, conferring status and privilege on the kids and their parents, having close access to their spiritual leader, Mirza Masroor Ahmad. It’s an elite corps. That these kids don’t have a say in their participation until they’re in their late teens doesn’t really tally with the Ahmadiyya’s calls for “religious freedom” in other parts of the world. As we shall see, many of the Waqf-e-Nau participants end up rebelling anyway.
The brave new world that the Ahmadiyya would have run by the alumni of the Waqf-e-Nau scheme requires an adherence to an uninformed mutation of Islam that demands an unrealistic level of purity. This goes beyond madrassa-style training, which is available to ordinary Qadiani Ahmadi children as well. (It should be noted that there is no Islamic requirement for such purity in children or in adults. There is no equivalent scheme in Islam.)
The “inside intelligence report” we received on some of the Waqf-e-Nau youngsters contains pictures of boys and girls at shisha bars and other locations. These youngsters might rightly ask why it is one rule for them and another for the adults when it comes to mixing with members of the opposite sex. Here then, are some extracts from this report on the state of some of the Waqf-e-Nau youngsters. We’ve redacted the names for the sake of privacy. The introduction to one of the two similar reports we have, addressed to the spiritual head of the Ahmadiyya, Mirza Masroor Ahmad reads:
For Beloved Huzoor’s Attention:
We have noticed a new trend amongst some of the young girls. They deceive their parents and the public by covering their heads with a scarf. However they are still carrying out very un- Islamic acts.
There is also a shisha Bar owned by an Ahmadi family in Tooting (on Tooting Broadway). This is called xxxxxxxxxxxx and is a bar that is regularly visited by Ahmadi Children.
The question is, how do they know this? The answer is chilling. They spy on the youngsters. Now if the parents were spying on their own children, that would be a family matter, but it is Ahmadiyya spies who are doing this through nefarious means. Who gave them the permission to do this? Further, do Ahmadi businesses in Tooting and other parts of South London know that they are being monitored by Ahmadiyya officials? There are plenty of other establishments caught in the dragnet of the Ahmadiyya spy-ring too, which we will not name here.
Let’s have a look at case 1:
Name: Person A –Waq’fe nau
Father’s Name: Person B (President of xxxxxx Jamaat)
Mother’s Name: Person C (Works of Lajna xxxxxx)
Accusation: Is reported as having a boyfriend (Pictured below), and spending large amounts of time carrying out un-Islamic acts.
We have warned Person A and her parents of this issue, however we have seen that it has made no difference she is still seeing her boyfriend and sneaking out of the house when her parents are unaware. She has been telling her parents she is leaving for revision however has been spotted at xxxxx and some other Shisha Bars.
The question is, what on earth are Ahmadiyya officials doing taking photos without permission of these youngsters?
Those being pressured into participating in the Waqf-e-Nau scheme should know that you are living in a free country. You should not be controlled, pressured, or spied upon. Indeed, one of the parents on hearing these reports threatened to send the youngster involved to Pakistan. I’m sure the authorities would be very interested in the details of this case.
The Ahmadiyya talk of freedom of religion, and yet go against the Qur’anic commandment of spying on their own people!
We make no comment on how you choose to live your life. We would invite you to Islam and you would be free to make up your own mind. Don’t believe the lies you have been told about Muslims. It’s time to wake up from the brainwashing this scheme has put you through from a young age and to rejoin a free society and live your life without fear of punishment or social embarrassment, a cult tactic that is abhorrent anywhere, but particularly in the United Kingdom with our rich tradition of liberty and robust free speech.
Let’s go on to case 2:
Name: Person D- Waq’fe nau
Father’s Name: Person E (xxxxx)
Mother’s Name: (not given)
Accusation: Is reported to have had several different girlfriends one of which is Person F (also Waqfe Nau). His present girlfriend id pictured below.
How did they get the pictures? (Obviously, we are not going to put pictures of these victims of spying on a public forum). The victims need to ask how these pictures were obtained. Were they obtained through deception? Isn’t that creepy? Again, contact us, or complain to the jama’at, or better still, go to the authorities. Ahmadiyya is going to lie to you anyway.
Name: Person G – Waq’fe nau
Father’s Name: Person H
Mother’s Name: (not given)
Jamaat: Was in xxxxxx
Accusation: Is reported to have had many different boyfriends and regularly
seen visiting shisha bars (Below picture is in a shisha bar).
We find such “accusations” scurrilous and demeaning. The pictures do not prove much, but it is typical of the Ahmadiyya to make accusations without proof. The Ahmadiyya Hate Campaign of 2010 is a good example of that, where an entire campaign to malign Muslims was concocted on the basis of manufactured evidence.
A few more cases are presented below without comment, but with identifying details redacted:
Name: Person I Waq’fe nau
Father’s Name: (not given)
Mother’s Name: Person J
Accusation: Is reported to have many different boyfriends (Present boyfriend is pictured below) and is using drugs regularly (weed in particular) and drinking alcohol.
Name: Person K Waq’fe nau (Centre of picture below)
Father’s Name: Person L
Mother’s Name: (not given)
Accusation: Is reported to have had several boyfriends and is also thought to have lived with many different boys. She abides by no rules of parda and is said to be out of the control of her parents.
Siblings: Person M is her brother and also out of control. Jamaat has warned him on many occasions (previously he was caught in the gang: xxxxxxx) and is also said to be heavily involved with drugs.
Name: Person N Waq’fe nau
(Is pictured in the centre below)
Father’s Name: (not given)
Mother’s Name: (not given)
Accusation: Is reported to have been in a street gang, and due to this police have visited him on several occasions. He also is involved with lots of different girls.
And this goes on and on. One of the reports we have contains 16 cases, but there are other reports.
If these youngsters are not in the “control” of their parents, that’s sad, but it’s a family issue. If the family wishes to pursue counselling, whether it be within the Ahmadiyya, or outside using conventional family therapy, that is a decision for the family. And if there is a criminal dimension to the activity, then that is the domain of Social Services and the Police. The Ahmadiyya introduces a thought-police element that crosses a boundary that is dangerous and creepy. What right does the Waqf-e-Nau department have in spying on these children and on Ahmadi business establishments? One of our anonymous sources tells us that the Ahmadiyya has set up fake Facebook accounts to “befriend” the youngsters in order to get the “incriminating” photos. If this is true, it’s incredibly worrying.
That the so-called “keepers of the new world” are not measuring up to the highest standards according to these unproven accusations in an internal report is of grave concern to the Ahmadiyya cult. No doubt their self-image of being a “saved sect” will be harmed by these revelations. That is of minor import as compared to the damage they are doing to their own members.
If the accusations (and they are only accusations) are true, then the cream of the crop of the next generation is rejecting Ahmadiyya. We know that hypocrisy and evil in the Ahmadiyya runs all the way to the top. The recently published MTA3 leaks show this very clearly, as do many other leaks. What we didn’t know until we received this leaked document is just how much spying goes on. And if I were a youngster growing up in the Ahmadiyya, especially in the West, I’d be asking a lot of questions right now.
As for the parents, they should be concerned that an organisation that they have devoted their lives, their wealth and their offspring to should be seeking to punish them for the alleged indiscretions of their children. This is yet another example of cult milieu control. In other documents we’ve received, we see that the Ahmadiyya is recommending that the parents be punished. Here are two such examples.
Why should the parents come under “some sanction”? For the record, such punishments are un-Islamic.
So here are parents that have a very long history of serving this community and their efforts will be denied, causing immense humiliation and shame? What kind of justice is this? It certainly isn’t Islamic justice. A source tells us that Ahmadis are told to report non-observance of hijab to their leaders. This is also un-Islamic. One is reminded of Nazi Germany in fact. A recent incident in which two Ahmadi women saw each other in public not fully observing hijab resulted in a tacit agreement to “cover up” for each other’s “indiscretions”. These ladies were actually observing an Islamic principle, that of covering up for the deficiencies of your brothers and sisters.
In Islam, we are not judged by our moral lapses, rather, Islam is a system for improving the individual. If these children have done wrong, there is a proper procedure that should be followed, based strictly on the evidences, bearing in minds at all times that forgiveness and guidance and counselling is better than spying and reporting and fear and control and threats. In Islam, we are not meant to be so judgmental, we leave judgment for Allah alone. So the actions of the Ahmadiyya cannot be justified on any moral compass, be that Western secular or Islamic.
In recent times, there have been numerous outcries in Britain by various communities over the ingress of State surveillance into the lives of ordinary people. Can we allow a state within a state to operate a parallel justice system that violates the sanctity of privacy of children in a manner that would enrage ordinary citizens?