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Quaid-e-Azam M.A.Jinnah / 10-12
By:Dr Shabbir, Florida
Date: Thursday, 30 August 2018, 8:45 pm
In Response To: Quaid-e-Azam M.A.Jinnah by his ADC (Dr Shabbir, Florida)

Quaid-e-Azam M.A.Jinnah / 10-12

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Seeing the rising popularity of Jinnah, Gandhi decided to play his antics. One day in 1921, he suddenly threw away his Western dress and wrapped himself in a white cloth ("the half-naked faqir of Churchill"). Hindus started calling him Mahatma, the great soul. Conversely, Jinnah despised any pretensions. One morning in 1944, there were headlines in newspapers that while Gandhi was busy praying to his Murtis of Krishna and Hanuman, a large black snake entered the cottage. Gandhiji was least perturbed and the snake quietly made around its way to exit. Some journalists visited M.A. Jinnah the next morning asking if he had read the headlines. He said, "Yes, I have". They asked him, "Do you believe the snake story, Sir?" Jinnah said, "Yes, I believe it". Now they exclaimed, "How is that possible?" Jinnah calmly replied, "Professional etiquette". The next day, the embarrassed Hindu media wrote editorials about the funny incident and drew cartoons of Gandhi.

Jinnah had always hated pretending. He was well known for his meticulous dress with well-designed suits, neckties, and two-tone shoes. He also used to wear a large British hat. The Indians despised the typically British hat. One day, while he was traveling in a man driven rickshaw with his hat resting on his knees, one of his Muslim aides gently approached him and said, "Quaid-e-Azam! There are thousands of Muslims ahead wanting to greet you and give you a warm welcome. Could you please keep the hat down to make it invisible?" He replied, "Do you want me to be a Gandhi? I will meet with my people as I am. If they find truth in me, they will honor me. Remember, it is your character that draws respect". With that, he put the hat on his head. Those present in Shimla that day never forgot the resounding applause people gave to their leader.

NOTE: 3/12/18 (Sunday) Dear friends,
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2. Please see the installments on the forum as random writings.
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1937: "Contrary to the Hindu leaders like Gandhi and Nehru, Jinnah always says what he means and means what he says. Even his opponents could not find fault in his character. He cannot be purchased at any price. Hypocrisy is as far away from him as the farthest object in the universe." [Ramsay MacDonald, British P.M.]
1945: MAJ Quaid-e-Azam was the most truthful, honest, bold and uncompromising leader in the undivided India. Despite being a statesman-politician, he never used 'diplomatic' language that could be construed either way. [Diwan Chaman Lal, a prominent Hindu politician]
WHY PAKISTAN WAS NECESSARY:
The British imperialism had been ruling the Indian subcontinent for nearly 250 years. In 1940, Hindus formed the vast majority of the population with 35 million, Muslims were 10 million and other religions - Christians, Sikhs and Buddhists, Jains and Parsis made about 3 million.
During the Second World War, it was becoming evident all that the weakened "Great" Britain would have to relinquish its colonies. Hindu leaders were determined to form exclusively their own government in India leaving Muslims as a weak, ruled minority as soon as the British left. The last viceroy Lord Mountbatten had covertly assured the Hindu leaders of his support. Jinnah had the rare ability to look around corners so he could read it even before the Hindu-British conspiracy leaked out. This was the only time MA Jinnah used such forceful language, "If you go ahead with your nefarious designs, we will create an earthquake in the land."
1945: Quaid-e-Azam was the most truthful, honest, bold and uncompromising leader in the undivided India. Despite being a statesman-politician, he never used 'diplomatic' language that could be construed either way. "Contrary to the Hindu leaders like Gandhi and Nehru, Jinnah always said what he meant and meant what he said. Even his opponents could not find fault in his character. He could not be purchased at any price. Hypocrisy was as far away from him as the farthest object in the universe." [Ramsay MacDonald, British P.M.]
WHY PAKISTAN WAS NECESSARY:
The British imperialism had been ruling the Indian subcontinent for nearly 250 years. In 1940, Hindus formed the vast majority of the population with 300 million, Muslims were 100 million and other religions - Christians, Sikhs and Buddhists, Jains and Parsis made about 30 million.
During the Second World War, it was becoming clear to all that the weakening "Great" Britain would have to relinquish its colonies. Hindus leaders were determined to form exclusively their own government in India leaving Muslims as a weak, subservient minority as soon as the British left. The last viceroy Lord Mountbatten had covertly assured the Hindu leaders of his support. MAJ had the rare ability to look around corners. The Hindu conspiracy soon leaked out. This was the only time MAJ used such forceful language, "If they go ahead with this conspiracy, we will create an earthquake in the land."
Jinnah knew that Muslims in India would remain an eternally nonconvertible, oppressed minority in the so-called secular democracy of India.

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WHY PAKISTAN WAS NECESSARY:
In 1940, the British imperialism had been ruling the Indian subcontinent for nearly 250 years. Hindus formed the vast majority of the population with 300 million, Muslims were 100 million and other religions: Christians, Sikhs and Buddhists, Jains and Parsis made about 30 million.
During the Second World War, it was becoming evident that the weakened "Great" Britain would have to relinquish its colonies. Hindus leaders were determined to form exclusively their own government in India leaving Muslims as a weak, ruled minority as soon as the British left. The last viceroy Lord Mountbatten had covertly assured the Hindu leaders of his support. Jinnah had the rare ability to look around corners. The Hindu conspiracy soon leaked out. This was the only time MAJ used such forceful language, "If they go ahead with this conspiracy, we will create an earthquake in the land."
Jinnah knew that Muslims in India would remain an eternally nonconvertible, oppressed minority in the so-called secular democracy of Indian Hindus.
Indian Muslims under the leadership of Allama Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam desired to create their independent homeland where they could implement and follow the Quranic laws that emphasize human equality and social justice for all. Muslims were grossly discriminated in India. Hindus treated them as untouchables, e.g. not sharing eating or drinking utensils. A bright, highly-educated Muslim would rarely enter a good school or college and seldom get a prestigious job. Railway stations had different water sources: "Hindu Water" and "Muslim Water"! Similar was the situation with toilets at most places.
Most Hindu leaders were threatening Muslims to quit Islam and become Hindus. This movement called SHUDHI was started by 'Ariya Samaj Hindus' in 1921. Today under the Modi government, SHUDHI goes on in the name of 'Ghar Wapsi' (returning back home) since most Muslims and their ancestors in the subcontinent have converted from Hinduism; although the Indian constitution guarantees freedom of religion.
"Hindu leaders and masses have been propagating since 1921 that Muslims could live in India only as Hindus. There is no room for non-Hindus in our country." [Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr Tundon, 1948]
Gandhi had been proclaiming that he could lay his life for his religion, “India will be a Hindu nation and Pakistan can be created only on my dead body.”
I am optimistic that India will never be divided. Muslims will have to adopt Hindu culture and their Nagri language and script. [Diwan Chaman Lal]

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Quaid-e-Azam M.A.Jinnah by his ADC
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Dr Shabbir, Florida -- Thursday, 30 August 2018, 8:45 pm