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A Brief History of Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam|
Migration from Qadian
Millions of Muslim men, women, and children were robbed and massacred during the mass exodus. However a good majority of the Ahmadiyya Community reached Pakistan in a safe and organized manner under the farsighted leadership of their beloved Imam.
Hudhoor also succeeded in keeping a sufficient number of Ahmadis (313 dervishes) in Qadian to watch over the holy sites. The first Ameer in Qadian was the late Hadhrat Maulvi Abdur Rahman. To this day a large number of dervishes including Hudhoor's son, Sahibzada Mirza Waseem Ahmad, continue to live there. In Qadian the weekly newspaper Badr is published, Jalsa Salana is held once a year, and the head offices of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya India are also located there.