We do not owe our nation solely to Jinnah or to any single person, but to all those great leaders, whose sacrifices and struggle gave us Pakistan. 265 more words
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Our object should be peace within, and peace without. We want to live peacefully and maintain cordial friendly relations with our immediate neighbours and with the world at large.
Quaid-e-Azam, LAHORE, 15th August 1947
Exactly 126 years ago, on 9th of November 1877, Dr. Muhammad Iqbal was born in Sialkot, Punjab, British Occupied India (now in Pakistan). His father’s name was Sheikh Noor Muhammad and he was a tailor, although his father was not formally educated but he was very religious and sincere man. 309 more words
By Jahanzeb Hussain
Going through the special supplements of Pakistani newspapers on the occasion of his 136th birth anniversary on 25 December, one had the impression of reading about a superhuman who, despite all odds and all opposition, succeeded singlehandedly in winning a homeland for Indian Muslims facing extinction at the hands of cruel Hindus. 4,396 more words
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“Iqbal’s dream is not linked to the idea of a territorial Pakistani nationality. Of the two founding fathers of Pakistan, Jinnah as a man of action remains more relevant as he understood more than anyone else that Pakistan had to separate religion from the state in order to survive.