List of Ahmadis
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This is an incomplete list of notable Ahmadi Muslims.
- 1 Religious figures
- 2 Artists
- 3 Politicians
- 4 Military people
- 5 Royalty
- 6 Scientists
- 7 Others
- 8 References
- Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - founder of Ahmadiyya movement in Islam.
- Maulana Hakeem Noor-ud-Din - First Caliph
- Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad - Second Caliph
- Mirza Nasir Ahmad - Third Caliph
- Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Fourth Caliph
- Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Fifth Caliph
- Mufti Muhammad Sadiq
- A. R. Dard
- Maulvi Sher Ali - Companion of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. One of earliest translator of the Quran in English
- Fateh Muhammad Sial
- Shams ud Din Khan
- Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din
- Maulana Muhammad Ali
- Malik Ghulam Farid
- Mirza Bashir Ahmad
- Khwaja Nazir Ahmad
- Aziz Kashmiri
- Qazi Muhammad Yousaf
- Basharat Ahmad
- Bashir Ahmad Orchard - first Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Community of European descent
- Abdul Wahab Adam - Ameer (Head) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana; member of National Peace Council; member of National Reconciliation Commission
Lahore Ahmadiyya Emirs
- Yusef Lateef – U.S. Ahmadi spokesperson; Jazz musician
- Ahmad Jamal - Jazz pianist
- Art Blakey - Jazz drummer
- Rudy Powell - Jazz reed player
- Sahib Shihab - Jazz Saxophonist
- Dakota Staton - Jazz vocalist
- McCoy Tyner - Jazz pianist
- Sadik Hakim - Jazz panist
- Abbey Lincoln - Jazz vocalist, songwriter, actress
- Talib Dawud - Jazz Trumpeter
- Ahmed Abdul-Malik - Jazz double bassist
- Idrees Sulieman – Jazz Trumpeter
- Aamir Zaki - Pakistani Guitarist, Songwriter, Composer
- Wage Rudolf Supratman- Indonesian National Hero and songwriter; wrote the national anthem of Indonesia - "Indonesian Raya"
- Muhammad Fazal Khan Changwi - translator of works by Ibn Arabi
- Qalandar Momand - Pakistani poet, writer, journalist, critic, academician, lexicographer. Recipient of Pakistan's Pride of Performance civil award, the National Award for Democracy and Sitara-e-Imtiaz
- Obaidullah Aleem - Urdu poet
- Babatunde Jose - Nigerian Journalist
- Hadayatullah Hübsch - German writer and journalist
- Khola Maryam Hübsch - German writer and journalist, daughter of Hadayatullah.
- Qasim Rashid - American writer
- Saira Wasim - miniature paint artist
- Adnan Virk - ESPN Anchor
- Mahershalalhashbaz Ali - American actor
- Alhaji Mahama Iddrisu - member of the Council of State and former Minister for Defence
- Alhaji Malik Al-Hassan Yakubu - member of Pan-African Parliament and former Minister for Interior
- Kobina Tahir Hammond - Member of Parliament for Adansi Asokwa, Ashanti Region
- Ameen Salifu - Member of Parliament for Wa East, Upper West Region
- Alhaji Issifu Ali - former Co-chairman of the National Democratic Congress
- Musheibu Mohammed Alfa - Deputy Minister of Environment, Science and Innovation
- Mahmud Khalid - former Minister of State for Upper West Region
- Alhaji Mumuni Abudu Seidu - former Minister of State without portfolio; former Member of Parliament, Wa Central, Upper West Region
- Alhaji Mogtari Sahanun - former Ghana ambassador to Burkina Faso; former Minister of State for Upper West Region
- Alhaji Abdul Azeez Kolawole Adeyemo - Member of Parliament, front-line member of Action Group political party, Ondo State Parliamentary Co-ordinator
- Alhaji Jibril Martin - president of the Nigerian Youth Movement; cofounder and chairman of the Hajj Pilgrims’ Board of Nigeria’s western region
- Muhammad Zafrulla Khan - first Foreign Minister of Pakistan, President of the UN General Assembly, President of the International Court of Justice
- Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum - Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; founder Islamia College University, Pakistan
- Farimang Mamadi Singateh - second and last Governor General of The Gambia
- Sahibzada Abdul Latif - Afghan Ahmadi Muslim martyr; king Abdur Rahman Khan's advisor; government representative for the Durand Line
- Amir Abedi - first African mayor of Dar es Salam, Tanzania
- Barakat Ahmad - Indian diplomat
- Muhammad Fiaz - Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskachewan, Canada
- Tariq Ahmad - Member of the House of Lords, UK
- Iftikhar A. Ayaz - Tuvaluan consular official, UK
- Air Marshal Zafar Chaudhry - first Chief of Air Staff and a three-star general of the Pakistan Air Force
- Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik - lieutenant general of the Pakistan Army
- Major General Iftikhar Janjua Shaheed - major general of the Pakistan Army; 1965 war hero, killed in the 1971 war
- Lieutenant General Abdul Ali Malik - Pakistani war hero of the Chawinda, 1965 Indo-Pakistan war
- Major General Abdullah Saeed - Commandant of the Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul, Chief Martial Law Administrator for Baluchistan, Pakistan
- Musendiku Buraimoh Adeniji Adele II - King of Lagos, Nigeria
- Mumuni Koray - Ruler of Wa, Ghana
- Abdus Salam - first Pakistani and first Muslim recipient of a Nobel Prize in Physics
- Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz - Pakistani-American experimental physicist noted for his role in discovering new isotopes
- Hafiz Saleh Muhammad Alladin - Indian astronomer, professor at Osmania University, Hydrabad, India
- Clement Lindley Wragge - New Zealander meteorologist
- Baron Omar Rolf von Ehrenfels - Austrian German Orientalist and anthropologist
- M M Ahmad - former executive director and vice president of the World Bank
- Aslam Khan - CEO Vodafone Fiji
- Nazhat Shameem  - Former High Court Judge, Fiji
- Justice Saeed Kwaku Gyan - Appeal Court Judge, Ghana
- Shaista Shameem - Indo-Fijian lawyer; former director of the Fiji Human Rights Commission
- Asma_Jahangir - Pakistani Human Rights Lawyer and Activist who Chairperson, Co-Founded and Chaired the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. She is widely known for Playing a Prominent Role in the Lawyers' Movement and serves as the Trustee at the International Crisis Group. Former She became Pakistan's First Woman to Serve as the President of Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan.
- Sitara Brooj Akbar - Youngest O'Levels and IELTS candidate.
- Faysal Sohail - American venture capitalist
- Atif Mian - Princeton University economist
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