Prof Sharif Al-Mujahid

  • TMen like Iqbal are born, but in centuries. Indeed, Iqbal was the foremost Muslim philosopher of the 20th century. To quote Amir Shakib Arsalan, the world of Islam has not thrown up a thinker of his calibre during the last few centuries. Born in 1977 in an intensely religious family of Kashmiri ...

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  • TNawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan was, of course, the Prime Minister of Pakistan from August 15, 1947, but it was in the wake of the Quaids demise that his leadership capabilities were put to test, And it is during the next three years (1948-51) that his multi-faceted and compelling personality emerges ...

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  • TFatima Jinnah continues to be held in high esteem to this day, even 43 years after her death. For one thing, Miss Jinnah is among the galaxy that adorns our national history and the Hall of Fame. Indeed, she is the foremost female member of that galaxy. Her services were so singular and her ...

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