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Muhammad Ali Jinnah

The father of the Nation Quaid-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to achieve as the founder of Pakistan, dominates everything else he has done in his long and comfortable social life for nearly 42 years. However, by any measure, his health was healthy, his diversified personality and accomplishments in other fields were numerous, if not large enough. Of course, there were only a few different roles: at one time, he was one of the greatest legal luminaries that India had produced during the first half of the century, an ambassador to the Hindu-Muslim coalition, the great Constitution, a respected legislator, a politician, an inaccessible liberal, a liberal leader, , who is politically gifted and above all a great build-up to the modern nation. What makes him so impressive is that while other similar leaders took over the leadership of well-defined nations and supported their cause, or led them to freedom, he created a nation of minorities and that was well trodden and established a cultural and future home. And all of that within 10 years. For more than three decades before the successful conclusion of 1947, in the Islamic struggle for freedom in the South Asian country, Jinnah had offered political leadership to Indian Muslims: initially as one of the leaders, but later, since 1947, as the only prominent leader - the Quaid- Azam. Over thirty years passed, directing their affairs; had given expression, coherence and insight to their legitimate aspirations and dreams; he formed it into a concrete need; and, above all, he had struggled all this time to get them approved by the ruling British rulers and by many Hindus for the most part of the Indian population. And for more than three decades he had fought, reluctantly and carelessly, for the traditional rights of Muslims for the existence of honor in this suburb. Indeed, his life history makes, as it were, the story of the rebirth of the Scontinent Muslims and their astonishing rise of nationalism, such as the phoenix.

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