Posts Tagged ‘Quaid-e-Azam’

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Pakistan Hamara Azam, Hamara Mustaqbil

March 30, 2010

Pakistan Hamara Azam Hamara Mustaqbil:: News1 & PakistanFirst Special. This was a special show recorded with News1 and it went on-air on 23 March.

Pakistan Hamara Azam Hamara Mustaqbil

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Takmeel-e-Pakistan: Why a National Movement on the lines of ‘Tehreek-e-Pakistan’ is needed?

March 8, 2010

Aquib Moin | PKKH

In 1940, a historic resolution was passed by the Muslims of South Asia. The world saw the true manifestation of the ideology of Pakistan. Under the leadership of visionary, revolutionary and exemplary Muslim leaders, the Pakistan Movement reached its glory and the Muslims showed the passion, emotion and unconditional devotion which is their historic heritage. The whole world witnessed the potential, energy and zeal of the Muslims of South Asia and that was alarming for World powers…..

Seven years later, Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as the first ideological state claimed in the name of Islam, in the name of truth and justice, in the name of righteousness. But the creation of Pakistan was shrouded under conspiracy, betrayal and treachery. India and the British Empire deployed all of their resources and executed their evil designs to do irreversible damage to the new-born state at the time of its very creation, hoping and aiming that Pakistan shouldn’t be able to survive on its own for long and it will soon kneel down in front of India to take it back again. But destiny had other plans for Pakistan. Its creation was “sanctioned” for higher purposes; Pakistan survived…..

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Wake Up Islamabad with Zaid Hamid part 1

February 21, 2010

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Myth of South Waziristan Broken: Gen. Kayani

February 13, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Sitting under a portrait of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, with a huge blazing red calligraphy on his left and an impressive piece of framed Chinese embroidery on his right, recalling the deaths at the Parade Lane of four young sons of his officers who were Hufaz-e-Quran, COAS General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani emerged as the first Army chief to resort to speak to the Americans and their Western allies in words and images that they cannot fail to understand.

One of the last few senior generals to have undertaken military training in the US until the Pressler Amendment was slapped on Pakistan, the US and its allies are now not only listening but also understanding as the COAS uses the symbols of American legendary golfer Tiger Woods on his power point display and comparing full bases at a baseball game to some of the war situations on the Pak-Afghan border.

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Grandson of Khan of Kalat ratifies Pakistan

January 2, 2010

Recently a new controversy was started by our sell out main stream media that Quaid-e-Azam forced Khan of Kalat (leader of Balochistan) into joining Pakistan, this is now being cleared by his grandson in this clip with mubashir luqman. Must watch.

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A Leader of Men

December 25, 2009

Malaika Khalid

The poetic dream of Allama Iqbal caught the imagination of the Muslims of Sub Continent under the dynamic leadership of Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who embarked upon the task of giving it a concrete shape of ideals and dreams. He structured and organized the comprehensive campaign for Pakistan, his audacious, adventurous, creativeness crystallized Dr. Muhammad Iqbal’s inspiration of Pakistan. The imagination and thought provoking message of Allama Iqbal was interpreted into realization when Baba-e-Quam Muhammad Ali Jinnah said:

“We are a nation, with our own distinctive culture and civilization, language and literature, art and architecture, names and nomenclature, sense of value and proportion, legal laws and moral code, customs and calendar, history and traditions, aptitudes and ambitions, in short, we have distinctive outlook on and of life”.

Mr. Jinnah determined and toiled, aimed and struggled. He attained the aims and accomplished the goal he had set before him. He was a man of strong will power, determination as well as had a lofty character. He worked day and night and never bent down even to the greatest temptation. His friends and adversaries both appreciated and respected him. It was he who shaped the Pakistan Movement in tough resistance by Hindus as well as British, and therefore got a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Sub Continent.

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The Passion of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

December 25, 2009

Pakistan not only means freedom and independence but the Muslim Ideology which has to be preserved, which has come to us as a precious gift and treasure and which, we hope other will share with us. Pakistan is proud of her youth, particularly the students, who are nation builders of tomorrow. They must fully equip themselves by discipline, education, and training for the arduous task lying ahead of them