JINNAH: Pakistan’s Grey Wolf

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JINNAH:

 

Pakistan’s Grey Wolf

     

 

 

 

Fourteen Hundred years ago Sindh opened the doors for Hijaj Bin Yousaf and Islam was introduced in subcontinent. And later Sindh made Pakistan possible when it gave birth to the Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Bold. Disciplined. Dedicated.

 

He is the only man in modern history who secured a new country through the power of conviction, personal will, and law.

 

 Today, we share with you this short movie, JINNAH: PAKISTAN’S GREY WOLF, where we celebrate how the Great Leader, the Quaid-e-Azam, fulfilled the dream of the Poet of the East, Allama Mohammad Iqbal, and transformed a vision from the verses of poetry into a reality of international politics. The dream come true.

The reason Pakistan was born because the Muslims of the entire region surrounding Pakistan played a role in its emergence, a role that goes back at least ten centuries in history. Today, Pakistanis – of all backgrounds and religions – make up a strong, rising nation.

 

Today, we especially remember these two sayings of the Great Leader:

 

  • “The weak and the defenceless in this world invite aggression from others. The best way we can serve peace is by removing the temptation from the path of those who think we are weak and, for that reason, they can bully or attack us. That temptation can only be removed if we make ourselves so strong that nobody dare entertain any aggressive designs against us.”

 

  •  “Work honestly and sincerely and be faithful and loyal to Pakistan. I can assure you there is nothing greater in this world than your conscience. And when you appear before God you can say that you have performed your duty with the highest sense of integrity, and with loyalty and faithfulness.”

 

The Founding Father

Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah

 

                                     

                                 There is no power on earth that can undo Pakistan.
                    Jinnah – Speech at a Mammoth Rally at the University Stadium, Lahore on 30th October. 1947.