Jinnah Pakistan and Islamic Identity Book By Akbar S. Ahmad

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  • Jinnah Pakistan and Islamic Identity
  • The Search For Saladin
  • Hard Binding
  • Best Book
  • Number of Pages 274
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In the book Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identity written by Akbar S. Ahmed, we can find out what made Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah think of a separate country for Indian Muslims?
The answer to all these questions are present in-depth with his thoughts on different events like Gandhi’s influence or how Mountbatten was the last viceroy who gave India independence from Britain before partitioning it into two independent states namely Muslim Pakistan & Hindu India which led them into many crises after 1947 but still he believed that only action against Hindus would have solved problems between Muslims living there so they don’t come back together again as one nation since religions were separating people more than anything else did during those times
The author of this book, Akbar S Ahmed has precisely explained the different events like Gandhi and Ram Raj, the path to Pakistan as well as Mountbatten’s last viceroy.
Moreover, he also tells about Jinnah’s struggle for crises faced by Pakistan after 1947-48 when it became an independent state in South Asia with Karachi serving as its capital city – which is now one major hotspot within the country proving itself more than able enough not just survive but thrive too!

  • Jinnah Pakistan and Islamic Identity
  • The Search For Saladin
  • Hard Binding
  • Best Book
  • Number of Pages 274

Additional information

Weight 0.52 kg
Dimensions 24 × 15 × 2 cm
Author Name

Akbar S. Ahmed

Binding

Hard Binding

Book Condition

New

How many items in the box

1 book

Language

English

Number of Pages

274

Product Quality

Best Quality

Publisher

Peace Publication

Topic

History

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