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Maulana Abdul Haq Vidyarthi (1888–1977) joined the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement in 1907. In 1914, Maulana Muhammad Ali and his associates founded the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha‘at Islam missionary society in Lahore and Maulana Abdul Haq joined. He spent the rest of his life there as missionary, journalist, lecturer, writer and scholar. He studied ancient languages and scriptures to discover what he believed to be prophecies about Muhammad and to refute negative criticism of Islam. He earned the title vidyarthi due to his extensive knowledge of the Hindu Vedas.[1]

From 1918 to the 1940s, he participated in public debates against Arya Samaj Hindus and Christian missionaries. He published an Urdu translation of part of a Hindu scripture, the Yajur Veda.

Works

  • Mithaq-un-nabiyyin (Urdu), 1936
  • Muhammad in World Scriptures English translation of Urdu Mithaq-un-nabiyyin, 1940
  • Mohammad in World Scriptures, Buddha foretells the advent of [the] prophet of Islam, Evergreen Press, 1955 ASIN B0007KAZOY
  • Mohammad in World Scriptures, Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat-i-Islam, 2nd and enlarged ed., 1968 ASIN B0007J63ZK
  • Muhammad in Parsi, Hindoo and Buddhist scriptures, Islamic Book Service, 1983 ASIN B0007AYFAY
  • Mohammad in World Scriptures, Adam Publishers & Distributors, 2nd edition, 1994 ASIN B000DT8RRG

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