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Keyword: Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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The tragic failure of the Islamic movement in Pakistan

Crescent International

Ramadan 19, 14282007-10-01

The reasons for the current political turmoil in Pakistan are not difficult to see. We have a government, led by Pervez Musharraf, that has been utterly discredited by its subservience to the United States of America, which is regarded as a sworn enemy by the majority of Pakistan’s people, and by its willingness to wage war on its own people at the US’s behest. And we have opposition politicians angling to replace Musharraf who have no more credibility because of their own records in power in the past, and the fact that they too are perfectly willing – even eager – to kowtow to the US in order to secure their own position.

Book Review

At last, a fair and accurate book on the life and politics of Jinnah

Nisar Ali Shah

Safar 21, 14191998-06-16

Whenever India’s independence from Britain is mentioned, two names connected with the event dominate: ‘Mahatma’ Karamchand Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. Meanwhile, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, is either mentioned only in passing, usually as villain of the piece, or totally ignored.


Pakistan at 50 no cause for celebration

Zafar Bangash

Rabi' al-Awwal 27, 14181997-08-01

Elaborate plans are underway for golden jubilee celebrations in both Pakistan and India. Pakistan had kicked off its celebrations last March with a summit of the Organisation of Islamic Conference and an impressive military parade on the main thoroughfare in Islamabad.

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