Ingenious, Ingenuous Jinnah and Pakistan Movement
By Dr. Sheikh Mohammad Iqbal
Hardback 406 Pages
Publisher : Adam Publishers, India
About The Book
Seven Essays on the Life and Legacy of Mohammad Ali Jinnah By the Kashmiri Scholar Shaykh Dr. Mohammad Iqbal.
From Making of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah The Founding Father to Pakistan Movement: The Struggle for Identity.
On August 14, 1947, Mohammad Ali Jinnah was sworn in as Pakistan’s first governor-general.
He was also made president of Pakistan's constituent assembly shortly before his death.
Jinnah’s dream for Pakistan was based on the principles of social justice, brotherhood and equality, which he aimed to achieve under his motto of "Faith, Unity, and Discipline
About The Author
Sheikh Mohammad Iqbal is a globally acknowledged Kashmiri scholar, considered an authority on Saudi Arabia and (was) a friend of Late King Faisal bin Abd al-Aziz.
He graduated from the Punjab University, Lahore, did his Masters and Law from Aligarh Muslim University (A.M.U.) and obtained his Ph.D from International School, Sapru house, New Delhi in 1962. His fields of specialization are Saudi Arabia, early Islamic History and Arab/Islamic issues.
He is a prolific writer, he has written over forty books, he was a visiting Asian Professor and Fulbright-Hays Senior Scholar to United States.
He served in Kashmir with dedication for almost three decades, holding, besides others, the posts of a Lecturer, Professor, Head of Department, Principal and Director.
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