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Inayatullah Khan Asghar: The Last of Allama Mashriqi’s Freedom Fighter Sons Passes Away by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi Created On: 17/Apr/2018 Views: 323 Replies: 0 
In the early hours of April 12, 2018, Allama Mashriqi and Wilayat Begum’sson, Inayatullah Khan Asghar,died.He was 84 years old.He wasthe last of the unsung freedom fightersfrom Mashriqi’s family; he was arrested at least twice during the independence movement of the Indian sub-continent (now Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh).During his lifetime, he crossed paths with all levels of society – from th Click here to read Full Article

Allama Mashriqi &Allama Iqbal: The Pride of Asia by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 13/Apr/2018 Views:254 Replies:0 
Allama Inayatullah Khan Al-Mashriqi and Allama Sir Mohammad Iqbal are regarded as legendary personalities of Asia.The two men have much in common;both graduated from the University of Cambridge and were illustrious thinkers, philosophers, writers,intellectuals, and politicians. They reached the highest pinnacles of fame and prominence in their respective fields.Both were also not without their con Click here to read Full Article
Khaksar and JallianwalaBaghMassacres: The Bloodbaths that Ignited the Freedom Movement By NasimYousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 20/Mar/2018 Views:392 Replies:0 
The cold-blooded massacre of Khaksarsin Lahore and the JallianwalaBagh incident in Amritsar took place on March 19, 1940 and April 13, 1919 respectively. The two tragediesoccurred in cities in Punjab that are only 31 miles (50 km) apart.The Khaksar and JallianwalaBagh massacres not only broughtcountry-wide resentment against the British Raj, but also sparked the Indian sub-continent’s (now compris Click here to read Full Article
 
Khan AtaMohammad Khan MentoredAbul Kalam Azad By Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 18/Feb/2018 Views:344 Replies:0 
“[Translation] In 1903, Maulvi Shibli Nomani…sent therespected Abul Kalam Azad…to Qibla-au-Kaaba [Khan Ata] in Amritsar so that he could shape his [Azad] future. Therefore he [Azad] stayed with him [Khan Ata] for five years and was part of the editorial team of the…Vakil.” -Allama Mashriqi, Dahulbab Allama Mashriqi’sfather, Khan Ata Mohammad Khan (1846-1925), was the ownerof The Vakil(Amri Click here to read Full Article
Allama Mashriqi Foretold of theBreakup of Pakistan by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 12/Dec/2016 Views:695 Replies:0 
In 1947,the British partitioned India and Pakistan into two wings, East and West Pakistan,which were separated by about 1,400 miles (about 2,200 kilometers). The people of Bengal played a vital role in the creation of Pakistan. However, only about 24 years after Pakistan’s creation, the Bengalis in the East Wing fought the War of Independence to obtain a separate homeland for themselves; Banglades Click here to read Full Article
 
Allama Mashriqi&Kemal Ataturk On Ataturk’s 78thDeath Anniversary ByNasim Yousaf (Allama Mashriqi’s Grandson)
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 8/Nov/2016 Views:590 Replies:0 
Inayatullah Khan (famously known as Allama Mashriqi) and Mustafa Kemal Ataturk were contemporaries who areregarded as two of the great leaders of the 20thcentury. Throughout his lifetime, Mashriqi expressed a fondness for Turkey and Ataturk. On Ataturk’s 78th death anniversary, it is worth remembering how these two leaders were connected. Both Ataturk and Mashriqiwere born in the 1880s,Mashriqi Click here to read Full Article
17thDeath Anniversary of World Famous Humanitarian: Dr. Akhter Hameed Khan A Tribute by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 13/Oct/2016 Views:609 Replies:0 
October 9th marked the 17thdeath anniversary of Nobel Prize Nominee Dr. Akhter Hameed Khan, one of the great social scientistsof the 20th century. Dr. Khan was a selfless statesman who dedicated his life to serving humanity and changing the lives of the poor. In pursuit of this endeavor, Dr. Khan founded two monumental projects:the Pakistan (later Bangladesh) Academy for Rural Development (BARD, C Click here to read Full Article
 
Air Commodore Zafar Masud: A Pakistani Hero By Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 28/Sep/2016 Views:732 Replies:0 
Air Commodore Mohammad Zafar Masud (HJ, SBt) was fondly known as Mitty Masud in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). Born on October 17, 1927, he obtained his commission in the General Duty Pilot (GD [P]) Branch of the Royal Indian Air Force. Masud’s Commission Date was February 25, 1946 and Service No. was 3314 (according to Bharat Rakshak, an Indian news archive website). Masud was one of the pioneers Click here to read Full Article
The Belcha: Allama Mashriqi’s Powerful Symbol for the Khaksar Tehrik by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 25/Aug/2016 Views:671 Replies:0 
Allama Mashriqi was born on August 25, 1888. Mashriqi was a revolutionary, reformer, and humanitarian, who founded the Khaksar Tehrik (Movement)to bring freedom to the Indian subcontinent (now comprised of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan). When Mashriqi became sick near the end of his life, President Ayub Khan visited him in the hospital and offered him medical treatment in Switzerland at the Gove Click here to read Full Article
 
Pakistan & India’s Bias Against Allama Mashriqi andthe Khaksar Tehrik by By Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 30/Mar/2016 Views:991 Replies:0 
The freedom of the Indian sub-continent (now comprised of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan) did not come easy.Its foundation is built on the blood of the Khaksars as well as Allama Mashriqi’s teenage son, who were killed in the struggle for independence. Mashriqi, his immediate, family, and the Khaksars made immense sacrifices and faced ruthless actions from the British in their fight to liberate t Click here to read Full Article
Air Commodore Zafar Masud and the Separation of East Pakistan by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 14/Dec/2015 Views:1080 Replies:0 
December 16, 1971 was a dark day in Pakistan’s history. On this day, Pakistan lost its east wing (now Bangladesh). The 1971 war and the separation of Pakistan’s two wings could have been avoided if then President of Pakistan, General Yahya Khan, had followed the advice of Air Officer Commanding, Air Commodore M. Zafar Masud, then the top Pakistani Air Force officer in East Pakistan. Air Commodor Click here to read Full Article

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