Critique of Jinnah’s speeches on call of duty and protection of minorities Jinnah has set an inspiring example to be followed by the people of today – the leaders, and the ordinary people. In the history of mankind, it truly seems hard to find a man who was optimistic, enthusiastic and full of vigor and determination and actually worked for the betterment of mankind. No wonder before Pakistan was created, when Hindus and Muslims were living in sub-continent together, Jinnah was a congress supporter which was the Hindus’ party. Jinnah believed that Hindus and Muslims could live together but later on, just when Jinnah saw the worst behavior of Hindus towards Muslims such as in the Congress Rule, Jinnah realized Muslims needed a separate homeland to live
She continues to build a goal and aspect for the Muslim Religion. Supporting clusters: A. Fatimah always accepted others even when no one else would. She would guide them to the Muslim Religion and tell them about all the wonders of the prophet and the islamic journey. B. She was a “shining example of Islamic piety and goodness.” (The 100) C. “The word Islam means “surrender” or “submission”, submission to the will of [Allah] [Fatimah believed that only] Muslims are those who have submitted themselves.” (Islam) D. For this she is known as a saviour of the religion and an honest
Why is he remembered as the father of Nation? Another evidence is that it is known for most people that Gandhi became an inspiration for the future leaders in their road to freedom and nationalist movements. One of them was great Martin Luther King who admitted with great pleasure the influence of the Gandhi on his actions. These all actually illustrate us to what extend Gandhi was an effective leader with his arguments leading the road for freedom to his country. To conclude, he was a man with tremendous personal courage by leading revolutionary change without the violence, a man who could transform the nation.
His message was that all men must worship the one true God, Allah. Muhammad was a leader who fought for the purpose of religion (Rangoonwala, Sy, & Epinoza, 2011). Even before Islam was emerged, the Greeks and Romans affected the whole area from Libya, Egypt, and India. Muhammad formed the basis of Islam, which is still present today (Shaker, 2012). Muhammad and his followers traveled the Middle East, spreading the new religion and the new way of life to gain more people following them.
When Ziya began his duty, the first thing he did was to contact the central government to intervene in this case. Finally, they removed hamidiye regiments and its leader Ibrahim Pasha. Through this, Ziya Gökalp became a famous leader in the Diyarbakir. 1909was a special period for Ziya Gökalp. He was invited to attend the Salonika congress of the Union and progress movement as a representative of Diyarbakir for the first time (page 31 foundation of Turkish nationalism).
Any true and patriotic Pakistani would appreciate ‘JINNAH-THE MOVIE’ that acts as an elaborate tribute given to our country’s Founder: Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Jinnah in the eyes of many was and is a man who changed the course of history. A man who created a Muslim Nation, sprung it from the grounds of subcontinent and made it into a country. JINNAH- THE MOVIE starts off with the story taking a fantastical note when Jinnah ( Christopher Lee) is in his final hours. The ambulance that carries him, breaks down.
By the early 19th century the Sikhs had become a force to reckon with in Punjab. The continuous resistance offered by the Sikhs against foreign invaders like the Afghans and the Persians created the notion that the best interests of the Punjabi people lay in the continuance of the Sikh rule in Punjab. - In 1799, Ranjit Singh, the chief of the Sukerchakia confederacy (misl) emerged as the ultimate political power among other heads of the Sikh confederacy. He ruled for approximately 50 years. Despite the fact that the province of Punjab was a Muslim majority state, the administration of the state was unbiased and only recruited officials on the basis of merit.
In 1936, at the inspirations of Mr. Jinnah, Iqbal undertook the work for the Punjab Parliamentary Board, which was to conduct elections. Muslim politics was in turmoil and chaos as at that time Mr. Jinnah was facing a profoundly arduous time. But in the midst of all this tenebrosity there shone a flickering light in Lahore and this was Iqbal who stood steadfast by Jinnah in those endeavoring days and availed him to charter the course of Indo-Muslim politics. When Allama Iqbal died as a broken heart without visually perceiving the fulfillment of his ideals, Mr. Jinnah sent this message to his son, “To me he was friend, guide and philosopher and during the most tenebrous moments
Leadership Of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) is perfect and serves as an example for all mankind for men and women of all ages working in all professions and trades. Sincerity and simplicity truthfulness was a part of Holy Prophet (PBUH) character.The Quran best describes the personality of Holy prophet (Saw)in these word : The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was totally different from the people among whom he was born and lived with as child and adult.He never told a lie and was known as Sadiq and amin- The Truthful and trustworthy.He talked politely and never used abusive language. In his dealings with people, he always followed the principle of justice. Hazrat Ayesha was enquired about the character of Holy prophet (PBUH) ,she told that “His character was Holy Quran.” Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) is the biggest leader of the world. He is the best teacher, preacher, commamder, Law maker as a whole his whole life history surves as a
PAMSA 22nd Nov’ 17 Which factors accounted for the development of separate Hindu and Muslim communal / political identities, eventually leading to partition during 1857-1947? Wahaj Baig wb02463 Thesis: (how to call them big three) It was the demographic data of India that was exploited by the British, Hindus and Muslims alike and made it possible for events such as: partition of Bengal; its reversal as well as the granting of separate electorates in the Government of India Act of 1909 to occur. Multiple competing narratives, hoping to contribute to the discourse of emergence of communalism in Indiaidentify these events as its beginning and consider them to be crucial in kick starting the processes that eventually lead to the partition of the sub-continent. This paper argues that the census was the key factor which influenced communalism in India as it