Ahmad Karim Shaikh

Commonly known as A.K. Shaikh, his family roots go back to the resident families of Qadian that were established in Qadian before the appearance of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.

According to A.K. Shaikh, this is the family tree of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad's father and uncles:

  • Mirza Ata Muhammad
  • Ghulam Mustafa
  • Ghulam Murtaza
  • Ghulam Qadir
  • Ghulam Ahmad
  • Ghulam Muhammad
  • Ghulam Mohiyuddin
  • Imam Din
  • Nizam Din
  • Gul Muhammad
  • Ghulam Haidar
  • Kamal Din

His paternal grandfather was Barkat, who was the brother of Saeen Abdullah, who inherited the religious shrine of Mirza Kamal Din who was a 'Gaddi Nasheen' – ineritor of a religious shrine – in Qadian. His maternal grandfather was Saeen Abdullah, a jamadar (NCO) in the police of the time.

Father, Fazal Ahmad, was raised by raised by Shaikh Rahmatullah, the brother of his maternal grandmother. Shaikh Rahmatullah was known for his timber and coal business (koile wala or taal wala). Fazal Bibi (of Iranian origin), who is listed in the original 313 followers of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Hakeem Nooruddin fell off his horse in front of their house.

Fazal Ahmad, named after the son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was born in 1900, and his gutti was given by the Mirza himself. He married Sardar Begum and was a participant in

the panj hazari tehreek : call for 5,000 Mujahideen to make a 5,000 donation each

the Shuddhi Tehreek, with Captain Nawab Din.

His father ran the business, Ahmadiyya Boot House in Qadian and also Bazzaz of Qadian (cloth merchant). After the partition of 1947, they settled in Lyallpur (now Faisalabad) and founded the famous Shaikh Fazal Ahmad / Fazal Hussain kapre walay (cloth merchants).

During the 1974 riots, the first attacks on Ahmadiyya businesses in Lyallpur was on Kareem and Company businesses.

A.K. Shaikh participated in the Kalima Tehreek 1984, started by Mirza Tahir Ahmad, and was the 23rd person arrested. In the Allah Yar Arshad beating case, he worked under the direction of Zuhoor Bajwa and carried out the planning and execution, together with Aziz Bhambri and Hakim Khurshid – and the direct supervision of Mahmood Ahmad Bengali.

In 1995, A.K. Shaikh left the Qadiani Ahmadiyya and dedicated himself to exposing the Ahmadiyya, opening up the site nakedahmadi.com. After this site, ahmedi.org was launched, and then his Youtube channel.