Zinda Log: Muhammad Munir Ahmad Omar Shaheed
Muhammad Munir Ahmad, son of Maulwi Abdus Salam Umar. Mr. Munir was the grandson of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I, born in the house of his maternal grandfather Mir Muhammad Saeed in Hyderabad, India, who had performed Bayat by the permission of the Promised Messiah. Following his conversion to Ahmadiyya, many households in Hyderabad came into the fold of Ahmadiyya. Mr. Munir earned his bachelor’s degree from Lahore in 1962. At the time of his martyrdom, he was 70 years of age and was martyred in Bait al-Noor. On the fateful day, he left for the mosque later than his normal time, which was around noon and reached the mosque at 1. He was sitting on the chairs next to Gen. Nasir in the first row. While trying to shut the door so that the assailants could not enter the hall, one of them jammed the door with his rifle and kept firing. He received a bullet wound to his head, due to which he was martyred. 10 years prior to these attacks, he had a dream in which he saw that a grave had been prepared next to the grave of Hazrat Umar Farooq and on inquiring, he was informed that this grave was prepared for him. This dream was fulfilled at his martyrdom, since he was from the progeny of Hazrat Umar Farooq and both had their martyrdom in common. His daughter dreamt that her father came to her and asked her to prepare his room and clean it up. She did as she was told in the dream, and a few days later, some guests arrived who wished to see the room of her martyred father. His son says that at the time of his Nikah [engagement], an issue arose in which some Jamat members tried to show him as part of the Lahore Jamat. When the issue was taken to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih III, he very kindly stated that this man has no need to re-initiate his pledge, since he was the grandson of the one who was the beloved of the Promised Messiah himself and who stood for the Caliphate as a shield. Henceforth, Maulana Abul Ata of Jalandhar Sahib performed his Nikah. One of his relatives writes that he was a compassionate man, helped the needy and the poor, was extremely hospitable, would visit the sick, help the poor to wed their daughters and would pay for the tuition of the poor. He was so hospitable that if a guest would visit his house, he would not let him leave without serving a meal. He was regular in offering Tahajjud prayers. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V. Friday Sermon 25 June 2010. Mannheim - Germany. 'Khutbat e Masroor: viii.' 325, 326). © The Tahir Archive / MTA International, 2016.
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