Wednesday, 27 April 2011

The Reality Of Pakistan; History Of Pakistan

I know the image Of Pakistan In other nations is not so good, Else it is very bad some say that it is country of terrorist some says It has lake of knowledge some says that there is no love and peace in this country but i would like to tell all those persons who don't know about my country what it is how it was cam into being How much peace,love satisfactions is here
Worlds All beauty is here i will also post few pictures of some super beautiful pictures OF Pakistan.
Now the history of Pakistan Is here.
Pakistan's partnership with countries in the west has a long history, reminiscent of what still can be seen in the national life of Pakistan today. Because of these influences, it emerged that an independent nation in the subcontinent still living without a name for centuries, and took to be mentioned as a religious minority. So when the Pakistan'1 "was assigned to the unnamed country (areas where Muslims were the majority), and when, after the process of self-discovery and self-realization that Muslims have done," They were indeed a "nation based on" membership in a "different definitions of religious philosophies, social customs, literature and civilization." After the reservation due to the lack of names, phrases misleading, as the minority, and unfair attitude Congress2 atrocious Rule 3.4 ceases to be a reserve again, and the nation considered the possibility to create a country for themselves where they could "make the most of their spiritual, cultural, economic, social and political." In this way, caused by Islamic morality and led by his "Jinnah Quaid-e-Mohammad Ali Azam'5, six Muslims in India marched to their own sovereign state and has won the battle for Pakistan with an army, but with the power of determining the written words.
It was Jinnah who led his people to the cause of freedom. It was Jinnah, who remained firmly the rights of Muslims in India. It was Jinnah who led his faithful followers to victory. And all this with the last decade. It may have been the most devotion and faith in the cause of your sleep - the realization of what was thought impossible, led by strong intentional, which led him to forge a nation of minorities issue and establish a national home and cultural significance to it. It brought millions of Muslims, as well as a platform against two opponents, each of them much stronger, and he and his community and their allies in their opposition to Pakistan's creation.
Could it have been easy for a man who lived a modern life considered by the people who were fighting for? How can a man who studied in London, dressed mostly in the last suits7 English style (before 1937), speaks a foreign language (English), including most of the Muslim masses that flocked to hear his speech could not evenmarried8 understand and religion (Parsi), managed to weld very traditional Muslims under its banner to separate Pakistan at the age of sixty-four (in 1940)? He could not have done unless he firmly believed that Islamic values ​​of the community it claimed were in harmony with progress and modernity, which he practiced.
Jinnah 44 (1904-1948) years of public political life show that he was the leader of the most Westernized of Muslim politics. No Muslim political leader of his time could match it in terms of modernity and a modern perspective. He believes in moderation, ordered progress, democratic norms, Islamic ideals, integrity, dedication, honesty and hard work. These are the fundamental values ​​that have been committed throughout his political career, was part of his personality and desire to see their country.
Jinnah had a very clear and simple system of government they wanted in Pakistan. I wanted to make Pakistan a true Islamic state through democratic processes, stating that the "constitution of Pakistan would be of a democratic type, embodying the fundamental principles of Islam" as "Islam and its idealism have taught democracy.""Pakistan will be a theocratic state to be ruled by priests with a divine mission, as were many non-Muslims in Pakistan who share the same rights and privileges as other citizens." "Religion, caste or religion has nothing to do with the affairs of state" for Islam teaches equality, justice and fair play for all.
It should be noted here that, for democracy, Jinnah never meant Western system of democracy, but a kind of Islamic democracy that is home to Muslim ethics, aspirations, values ​​and moral code that the state he founded was inhabited by people of different races and ethnicities, religions and castes, so a purely Western-style democracy could never find here. Jinnah wanted to see Pakistan a progressive embodiment, modern, dynamic and progressive Islam. Same were the qualities he sought in the state of the nation. He imagined a nation that is open to high social and moral ethics and the highest goals of economic growth, national solidarity and education. Jinnah said there are three pillars that will make a nation worthy: education, economic and industrial power, and defense. His famous slogan of unity, faith and discipline were designed specifically to appeal to the sense of national solidarity of the Muslims. Jinnah rejected Western capitalist economic system and insisted on an economic system based on the concepts of equality and social justice. It is believed that Pakistan was blessed with enormous resources and economic potential and it is for people to make the best use. Lying in the consolidation of its national importance, urged the nation to "work together, forget the past" and called provincialism "poison", considered one of the obstacles to progress and development of a nation. He stressed the need to educate the nation in teaching science and technology to build the economic future of life "Pakistan could" compete with the world. "In his view, Pakistan's national character based on" high sense of honor, integrity, selfless service to the nation, and a sense of responsibility "and" fully equipped to play a role in the various branches of economic life "
But Jinnah was not the only Muslim ruler of India and the United States had a profound influence on the Muslims of the subcontinent. It is true that the determination of Jinnah and excellent organizational skills were important contributing factors, but could never create Jinnah Pakistan, the masses were not Muslims believe in his ideals and faithful worked diligently to achieve the same intense. This realization came in the form of works of literature as the poet Iqbal 9, which reached out and touched the hearts of the masses. Iqbal through his literature has come to have a profound influence on the Muslims of the subcontinent. He is credited for launching the idea of ​​separation, as it was the first major figure to offer the public the request of Pakistan in his presidential address to the Muslim League in Allahabad 10 annual meeting in 1930 as president of the Punjab Muslim League,in terms that resonate in the minds of everyone, including Pakistan in 1940 and today has become so strong that Jinnah was adopted as the final goal.

Iqbal is the ideological father of the nation's founding and can be called a modern Muslim reformer. He was taken to the dream of Pakistan in common lines which addressed the problem of the future of Muslims and pressured by the division of India on the lines of racial, religious and linguistic minorities. Although the vision of Iqbal of Pakistan had a strong religious connotation because of its strong Islamic education and yet was the only Muslim intellectual of his time who tried to make Islam relevant to 20 century man. He dreamed of the revival of Islam in its original form and pure, and believed in the creation of an Islamic system based on the principles of Islam. He believed in the possibility of adjustment of Islam in the modern world, emphasizing that the true essence of the religion of Islam is open enough to accept modern progress. In fact, the most conviction in its call to Muslims to undertake the reconstruction of Islam and Islamic values ​​in the light of modern times in a way that demonstrates you are looking for a religion that promises to serve as a force for good in the world in general. Since Jinnah believed that the democratic system established in accordance with Islamic principles about ideal Islamic state that European democracy can not be applied without recognizing the fact that community groups. He advocated a middle ground between tradition and modernity, and printed on Muslims in the need for internal change by seeking self-realization and action.
As Jinnah and Iqbal, another person who has maintained a strong influence on the Muslims of the subcontinent was Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, who was the first exponent of Muslim nationalism and made considerable efforts to rehabilitate the Muslims immediately after 1857 in the fields rebellion11 education, religion, social and political life.
It is true that the birth of Pakistan, was caused by factors such as political, religious, economic and cultural, but it was not for the people's will, the vision of Pakistan could never achieve. Nations can not come into existence if they have the courage to achieve your goal. And if a country fails to produce an individual with strong leadership capabilities can be useless value. Muslims are fortunate to have leaders like people like Jinnah, Sir Syed Iqbal Ali Brothers (Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar and Maulana Shaukat Ali Jauhar) and Liaquat Ali Khan in the struggle for Pakistan.These leaders were responsible in creating awareness among the Muslim masses to achieve their vision of Pakistan for Muslims and are glimmers of hope in an age of deceit and deception. All these leaders have had the same idea the kind of state they wanted to do on behalf of the Pakistan. If Iqbal was looking for a modernized country based on the principles of the Koran interpreted in a new light. Just as Sir Syed and other leaders also encouraged Muslims to seek knowledge and the Western mold of modern advances to keep up with the world while remaining within the limits set by Islam. Perhaps best represented the concept of Jinnah of Pakistan State referred to by the leaders and followers in his own words "We will lay the foundations of our democracy based on truly Islamic ideals and principles."
The vision of Pakistan is not only history but also part of our national life. Crescent and star on the national flag is a symbol signifying the Islamic advance enlightenment and knowledge. Even the national anthem reflects the vision of Jinnah in Pakistan aspires to a destination that is strong and bright, a land that is pure, resolved, paving the way for progress and perfection, glorification of the past and present.

Founder Of Pakistan

1. Chaudhary Rahmat Ali, while studying at Cambridge University in 1933 published a pamphlet entitled "Now or Never" supporting the idea of ​​partition of India and to suggest the name "Pakistan means land of the. Pure" for said separate Muslim nation, Pakistan, compound word as follows: Punjab Afghanya (North-West Frontier Province), Kashmir, Iran, Sindh (including Karachi and Kathiawar) Tukharistan, Afghanistan and Baluchistan.
2. Indian National Congress was the political party representing the Hindus of India.It was formed in 1885 by Allan Octavian Hume, a retired British civil servant.
3. The British government announced the election of the Provincial Legislature in 1936-37. Congress has a clear majority, and the ministries of Congress were sworn in by the State Congress was very important in the history of relations between Hindus and Muslims as racism fully projected Hindu and anti-Muslim policies.
4. Jinnah during a presidential address at Patna in 1938 for a session of the Muslim League spoke in detail about the attitude of Congress during his administration to show that the party is not a national of India.
5. Quaid-e-Azam means Big Boss. The title was given to Jinnah in 1938 during the session of the Muslim League Mian Patna by Feroz-ud-Din Ahmad, Director of Lahore.
6. Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born December 25, 1876 in Karachi. He was an eminent jurist, a practical politician, a talented orator, a statesman and architect of the strong Pakistani nation. He joined the Muslim League in 1913 which was later strengthened the struggle for freedom of Muslims. He died in 1948, just a year later created in Pakistan.
7. It was the first time in December 1937 to Lacknow Jinnah made a public appearance dressed in Sherwani or Achkan, pajamas set and brand karakul cap.Source:
8. Jinnah married Rutter (Rutter Bai), the only daughter of Bombay Parsi industrial, Sir Dinshaw Petit in 1918 in Bombay.
9. Muhammad Iqbal was born in 1877 in Sialkot. He was a prominent poet, philosopher, scientist, lawyer, politician and ideologue of Pakistan in particular.Iqbal is Pakistan's national poet. He died in 1938.
10. All India Muslim League is the political party representing the Muslims of India. It was formed in 1906 by Nawab Salim Ullah Khan and Nawab Viques-ul-Mulk.
11. In May 1857, the indigenous Indians rose in rebellion against the British and marched to Delhi. Bahadur Shah II was the emperor. But the liberation forces were defeated and New Delhi was busy. This rebellion is recorded in history as the War of Independence in 1857. The war ended in 1858 and brought calamity to the Muslims. As the British launched a massive campaign of atrocities against the natives, especially the Muslims who are responsible for the insurgency.
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[Winston Churchill: The Gathering Storm]

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