1934: M.A. Jinnah quits his blooming practice in London and returns to his beautiful mansion on Mount Pleasant Road, Bombay.
1936: Jinnah establishes the All India Muslim Students Federation.
1937: M.A. Jinnah has breathed a new life in to the Muslim League.
1937: Jinnah declares "Even if we have to go through fire and blood we must march on to freedom, otherwise, we will forever remain poor, weak, illiterate, and slaves of Hindus.
Oct. 8, 1938 Karachi: He says, “The British have unleashed wolves on the Arabs in Palestine.”
1938: Bombay, 3 A.M., August 14. A Hindu journalist asks Jinnah why he was staying awake so late. Jinnah responds, "I am awake because my nation is sleeping."
1938: Jinnah visits Allahabad. He ruled the hearts and minds of students. They crowded the Allahabad railway station in multitudes. The railway traffic had to be stopped for 2 hours.
1938: Khwaja Hasan Nizami, a noted scholar in Delhi, calls M.A. Jinnah as "Quaid-e-Azam" (The Great Leader). Soon, everyone in India was calling him by this honorable title.
March 23, 1940: Meeting of All India Muslim League at Lahore in the presence of 200,000 people. The crowd was so massive although the British government had imposed curfew in Lahore! The Lahore Resolution (next day called by newspapers as “The Pakistan Resolution”) was passed.
1940: Quaid-e-Azam introduces his English newspaper "DAWN" to fight anti-Muslim propaganda.
July 26, 1943: A 30-year-old tall and stout man, Rafiq Sabir of Allama Mashriqi’s ‘Khaksars’ movement, who foolishly desired to make a Pakistan all over India, tried to assassinate Quaid-e-Azam with a dagger. The 67 years old slender Jinnah calmly grabbed his wrist. His staff immediately arrested the attacker. M. A. Jinnah proceeds with his work as if nothing had happened and pardons him without a blink.
1943: A British author Beverly Nichols interviews Jinnah in Bombay. Then he writes "Dialogue with a Giant: M.A. Jinnah is the most prominent personality in Asia."
1945: The Working Committee of the Muslim League requests Quaid-e-Azam to accept becoming life President of the League. Quaid-e-Azam declines insisting on yearly elections.
Jan 1946: Muslim League registers a resounding victory in general elections.