Jinnah, through my eyes

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Biography of Mahomed Ali Jinnah 1876-1948, founder of Pakistan.

StatementAta Rabbani
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS385.J5 (Jinnah, Mahomed Ali).xA6-Z+
The Physical Object
Pagination175 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24425964M
ISBN 139789690022158
LC Control Number2010341578
OCLC/WorldCa639085414

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In his book, Madness and by creating a Hindu other to define his idea of Muslim nationalism, this is exactly what Jinnah was warning about. If we stop seeing the society through a. I also studied in my primary education books that Quid-e-azam M.A Jinnah was born in Jhirk, Thatta, Sindh. In old days travelling by road, from Hyderabad to Karachi, we used to pass by Jhirk and.

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