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Dr. Saeed Ahmad Khan, future Head of Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, visits Woking Mosque, 1951

Photograph scanned from prints in private collection

Dr. Saeed Ahmad Khan (d. 1996) is in the centre of the front row. He became Head of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement in 1981. In the Woking Mosque Visitors Book there is an entry filled in by him, dated 16 December 1951 on page 90. Its image is below:

Next to him in the photo, on the left, is Dr. S. M. Abdullah, Imam of the Woking Mosque.

Right-most in the front row is Hamid Farooq, younger son of Maulana Muhammad Ali who was studying aeronautical engineering at RAF Technical College, Henlow in Bedfordshire.

In the back row, left-most is Mr S.M. Tufail, assistant Imam (later Imam from 1959 to 1966).

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