house and the system of the world progresses in such manner. There is no harm if you get her a divorce, this will be a new tradition of prophethood and you will have to accept the blackness of ignomony on your face. As far as the bread is concerned, God will provide it from somewhere, if not fresh, dried will do, but that dried is better which is earned by ones efforts.
I am writing to Brother Ahmad Baig, and I am also sending your letter alongwith. But I cannot do anything in his presence and what right does my wife has to ask for her brother's daughter the proposal of an eternally sick man whose mental illness has progressed to divinity .... yes if he accepts himself, then me and my wife will not object. You write to him personally, but your pen has become used to writing harsh and strong words. As much as it is possible, refrain from such writings and try to beg and request.
Khaksaar, Ali Sher Baig, Qadian dated 4th May 1891" (Nawishta-e-Ghaib by Khalid Wazirabadi pp.126-128, cited in Qadiani Mazhab by Prof Burni p.463)
4th May 1891 2nd Letter: Around same time he wrote following letter to the wife of Mirza Sher Ali Baig (she was paternal aunt of Mohammadi Begum)
"Mother of Izzat Bibi should know that I have received this news that within few days Mohammadi is getting married. I HAVE ALREADY SWORN UPON GOD THAT WITH THIS MARRIAGE I WILL BREAK ALL RELATIONS, NO RELATIONSHIP WILL REMAIN. Therefore I am telling in the way of advice that make your brother Ahmad Baig understand and cancel this intention and in whatever way you can make him understand do it. And if this does not happen then today I have written letters to Molvi Nuruddin and Fazal Ahmad that if you do not refrain from your intentions then Fazal Ahmad should send divorce paper for Izzat Bibi. And if Fazal Ahmad refuse to write divorce paper, he showed be disinherited and after me he should not be considered my heir and not a single paisa should he inherit. Thus I hope that a conditional divorce paper would come from him, whose text would be that if Mirza Ahmad Baig does not stops from marrying Mohammadi to someone else, then from the same day when Mohammadi marries someone else, Izzat Bibi gets three divorces. Thus writing like this, here as Mohammadi gets married to someone else, there Izzat Bibi will get divorce from Fazal Ahmad. Thus this is conditional divorce and I swear upon God, there is no other way except accepting it. And if Fazal Ahmad refuses, then I will immediately disinherit him and he will not get a single grain from my inheritence. And it would be better for you if you make your brother understand now. I am sorry that I wanted everything good of Izzat Bibi and with my efforts everything good would have turned out but destiny dominates a person. Remember I have not written anything in bluffing manner, I have sworn on God that I will do exactly as it is and God is with me. The day marriage takes place, marriage of Izzat Bibi will no longer remain valid.
From: Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Iqbal Gunj, Ludhiana May 4, 1891"
4th May 1891 3rd Letter: From Izzat Bibi to her mother. It was written on the instructions of Mirza Ghulam.
"From Izzat Bibi to Mother. At the moment think of my destruction and ruin. Mirza Sahib treats me nicely. If you can talk to your brother, then you can convince him, otherwise, I will be divorced and I will be too much disgraced. If you do not agree then take me from this place soon, since it is not nice to stay here."
On this letter Mirza ghulam wrote with his pen: "As Izzat Bibi has stressed if the marriage cannot stop then without delay send someone from Qadian to take her away." (Mirza was staying in Ludhiana those days, and probably Izzat Bibi was also staying with him.)
Just in these three letters, one can discover so many un-Islamic statements - Fabrication in the name of God, Breaking the relations, Oppression, swearing for an oppresive act, making a false oath, taking revenge from an innocent person, ordering someone to divorce, to disinherit a legal heir, fabricating an inspiration etc. etc.