A recent dialogue with a Qadiani on this topic.
How and Where did Mirza Qadiani die?
I invite Mr. Poet to answer this question before I reveal the true facts.
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which ends with the following lines:
Now a question from those who believe in such an absurdity that he died in the toilet: What were you doing in the toilet? If you were not present there, then who told you about it? If your mullah was present there, was he working there to clean the toilet? Please provide record of his employment there. If you can not do that, then fear Allah
The people pointed to clean Mirza sahab's toilets were his father in law and his own son. So why don't we ask them. Here is what they said:
Bashir Ahmad, the son of Mirza Ghulam, wrote in his biography:
"My mother informed me that 'the first attack of looseness of bowels upon the Promised Messiah occurred when he was at his dining room table. Later, I started pressing his legs and he lay in comfort and slept and soon I too slept. After a short while, he again felt the call of nature and he used the bathroom a couple of times without awakening me, After this he felt very weak; he shook me up and laid down on my bed. I recommenced pressing. In a few minutes he told me to go to bed but I refused and continued to press. Once again he had an urge and, being too weak to go to the lavatory, I made arrangement for him close to the bed. He sat down and relieved himself. Next, he laid himself back on my bed and I started pressing again. His weakness grew intense; he had another motion, accompanied this time by vomiting. This paralyzed him so much that when trying to lay back on the bed, he fell on his back and hit his head on the bed post. His condition alarmed me...'."
(Roohany Khazaen, Vol. 1, P. 11-12; Sirat-ul-Mehdi, P.109)
Mirza Ghulam's father in law, Mir Nasir Nawab, recorded in his autobiography:
"The night his holiness fell ill, I was sleeping in my room. When his illness grew severe, they woke me up. I went over to his holiness and found him in great pain. He addressed me saying: 'I have been stricken with cholera.' After this, he did not utter a single intelligible and coherent word till he died on Monday, after ten O'clock in the morning."
(Hayat-i-Nasir, P. 14)
Mirza died on 26th May 1908, only one year after the publication of the above-mentioned notification. Cholera purged his guts out. This is stated in the Qadiyanis own book, ‘Seerat-ul-Huda’. The night Mirza died, he was suffering from motions. The whole night long he kept going in and out of the toilet to pass stool.
ASTAGHFIRULLAH. INDEED A PAINFUL END OF AN EVIL MAN.
If he had died of cholera his body would not have been allowed to be taken out of Lahore for quite some time. Whereas we see that it was immediately deposited to Qadian.
None of the above references even imply that he died on the toilet.. I challeneged you to show me such a reference.
Where have I said above that Mirza died on the toilet?
That is something you have brought up. What's wrong mister?
You started this toilet talk. What could be the reason for it?
CHOR KI DARHI MEIN TINKA
I was merely trying to say that Mirza sahab has written in his books that he will never suffer from plague and cholera and it is something he would curse his enemies and ended up getting the disease himself and died of it.
Indeed Allah Taalah Did Justice.