Happy Birthday Quaid-e-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah

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    Today (25th December) is the Birthday of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He was born on 25th December 1876)

    Happy Birthday to our Quaid.

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    Loved this quote posted by Dark Wave last year
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    I LOVE U MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH and I promise to work with my whole efficency for the betterment of PAKISTAN......
    May ALLAH bless u.
    May ALLAH bless my sweet and lovely PAKISTAN...
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    25th December, the great day when the great person who made a great nation was born.

    17th January, the day, when the person who will make this nation's issues neutral, was born!
    (belive me, i will).

    Anyway, are you gonna celebrate the Birthday or christmas?
    As for me, its gonna be the Quaid Day! :)
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR QUAID!

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    Considering the situation we are facing today as a nation, i think this saying of Quaid can give us a hope for good future.:pakistan:

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    two days after u(19jan) another great person( i )was born..........:yahoo:.
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    Well, off topic, but i didnt call my self great, neither am i.
    I just wanna do great, extraordinary things for Pakistan, and am sure i will, or die doing so.
    I wanna give back this nation, what it has given me. As for me, i will give it a great identity, a grat boost in economy and a great public (through awarness programs atleast).
    I am rady to give evey single penny, if it helps improving the nation.
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    Millat ka pasban hai Mohammad Ali Jinnah..

    Happy Birthday Quaid e Azam
    I wish we had just few more like you.

    Allah apki maghfirat fermaye.. Ameen
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    Happy birthday to Quaid-e-Azam,hey guys, can you recommend me a biography of Jinnah sir which i can download from the net. I am free nowdays and just finished reading 'wings of fire' so i thought reading about Jinnah sir.
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    Mohammad Ali Jinnah (25 December 1876 - 11 September 1948). This short video clip from Express News TV is a tribute to the man who had the vision to stand up to Hindu extremists and the British Raj to create Pakistan. According to British historian Stanley Wolpert: "Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three."

    As Qaid-e-azam (the great leader), Jinnah led the movement to create Pakistan in August 1947. In 1895, when he was 19-year old, Jinnah became the youngest Indian to be called to the bar in England, UK. His education included exposure to the idea of the democratic nation and progressive politics. Jinnah admired British statesmen William Gladstone and John Morley. Jinnah returned to Bombay (Mumbai) to practice law as a sought after barrister. In September 1923, he was first elected to the Central Legislative Assembly in Mumbai, and turned down British empire Knighted, saying "I prefer to be plain Mr Jinnah".

    He condemned both the arrogance of British officials in India and the racial and religious discrimination practiced by them against Muslims and Hindus in Indians. Sir Muhammad Iqbal and Rehmat Ali persuaded Jinnah to adopt the 1940 Lahore Resolution (Qarardaad-e-Pakistan) that led to creation of Pakistan on 14 August 1947.

    An assassin failed to kill Jinnah on 26 July 1943, and Hindu-led Indian Congress Party had no choice by 1946 but to accept the increasing public demand for an independent Pakistan, but still remain unwilling come to terms with ground realities.

    Indian extremists, such as BJP-leaders Lal Krishna Advani and Jaswant Singh who continue to be punished whenever they praise Jinnah for his vision to stand up to Hindu extremists and the British empire Raj in India. In 2006, Jaswant Singh's book "Jinnah - India, Partition, Independence" was banned in "democratic, secular" in Gujarat-India, and Singh was kicked out of Hindu-led BJP on 19 August 2009.

    In addition to tuberculosis (TB) and lung cancer, Jinnah suffered a hemorrhage on 01 September 1948, died in Quetta ten days later and buried in Karachi. As a leading barrister, Jinnah was earning almost 46,000 Indian rupees per month in 1936, but selfless Jinnah reduced his own pay to just one-ruppee a month in 1947-1948 as the Governor-General of Pakistan.

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    Mohammad Ali Jinnah (25 December 1876 - 11 September 1948). This short video clip from Express News TV is a tribute to the man who had the vision to stand up to Hindu extremists and the British Raj to create Pakistan. According to British historian Stanley Wolpert: "Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three."

    As Qaid-e-azam (the great leader), Jinnah led the movement to create Pakistan in August 1947. In 1895, when he was 19-year old, Jinnah became the youngest Indian to be called to the bar in England, UK. His education included exposure to the idea of the democratic nation and progressive politics. Jinnah admired British statesmen William Gladstone and John Morley. Jinnah returned to Bombay (Mumbai) to practice law as a sought after barrister. In September 1923, he was first elected to the Central Legislative Assembly in Mumbai, and turned down British empire Knighted, saying "I prefer to be plain Mr Jinnah".

    He condemned both the arrogance of British officials in India and the racial and religious discrimination practiced by them against Muslims and Hindus in Indians. Sir Muhammad Iqbal and Rehmat Ali persuaded Jinnah to adopt the 1940 Lahore Resolution (Qarardaad-e-Pakistan) that led to creation of Pakistan on 14 August 1947.

    An assassin failed to kill Jinnah on 26 July 1943, and Hindu-led Indian Congress Party had no choice by 1946 but to accept the increasing public demand for an independent Pakistan, but still remain unwilling come to terms with ground realities.

    Indian extremists, such as BJP-leaders Lal Krishna Advani and Jaswant Singh who continue to be punished whenever they praise Jinnah for his vision to stand up to Hindu extremists and the British empire Raj in India. In 2006, Jaswant Singh's book "Jinnah - India, Partition, Independence" was banned in "democratic, secular" in Gujarat-India, and Singh was kicked out of Hindu-led BJP on 19 August 2009.

    In addition to tuberculosis (TB) and lung cancer, Jinnah suffered a hemorrhage on 01 September 1948, died in Quetta ten days later and buried in Karachi. As a leading barrister, Jinnah was earning almost 46,000 Indian rupees per month in 1936, but selfless Jinnah reduced his own pay to just one-ruppee a month in 1947-1948 as the Governor-General of Pakistan.

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    A giant among men and the greatest leader to have emerged from the Subcontinent in the past several hundred years.

    'Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three.' -- Prof. Stanley Wolpert

    To Pakistanis, Muhammad Ali Jinnah is revered, known as Quaid-e-Azam, or 'Great leader'. He is their George Washington, their de Gaulle, their Winston Churchill.
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    thats like it brother....
    lets make QUAID,s PAKISTAN a GREAT country:pakistan:
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    The guidance is there in writing by our founding father, we just need to follow what he said.

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