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We believe in leveraging Mr. Jinnah's historic ideals to: 
 

1. Build national character

2. Usher in an era of Islamic Renaissance

3. Design a modern future in consonance with the rapid developments of the world

Jinnah's Pakistan is a platform that aims to provide hope, optimism and courage to achieve wild liberating possibilities for the economic, social, political and educational uplift of the People of Pakistan.

 

All national institutions derive their legitimacy and strength from the will of the citizens of Pakistan. The national will seeks its guidance from the historical promises and duties defined by Mr. Jinnah.

 

To deliver on this mission, we'll make you three promises: 

 

1) We'll build a constructive national spirit 

 

2) Every article will aim to strengthen our national resolve to radically accelerate progress 

 

3) We aim to build a community of Pakistanis who will provide their practical expertise on matters via articles, podcasts, and videos. 

 

We rely on the power of the pen to make an awesome change in national character, spirit and conduct.

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"We have, undoubtedly, achieved Pakistan and that too without bloody war and practically peacefully by moral and intellectual force and with the power of pen which is no less mighty than the sword and so our righteous cause has triumphed. Are we now going to besmear and tarnish this greatest achievement for which there is no parallel in the whole history of the world?"

- Mr. Jinnah / Quaid-e-Azam

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“Pakistan is among the strongest supporters of ANC. Instead of establishing embassy tomorrow, you are welcome to do it today, as our great friend. I have been inspired by Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s constitutional struggle against the British colonial rule. I have read the book ‘Jinnah of Pakistan’ written by Stanley Wolpert, during my imprisonment days in Robin Island. I took an oath to myself then, that when I become free, I will visit Pakistan before any other country to pay my homage and respects to Muhammad Ali Jinnah.”

"Jinnah is a constant source of inspiration for all those who are fighting against racial or group discrimination."

 Nelson Mandela 

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"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."

 Stanley Wolpert 

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"He was the originator of the dream that became Pakistan, the architect of the state and father of the world’s largest Muslim nation. Mr. Jinnah was the recipient of a devotion and loyalty seldom accorded to any man."

 President Harry S. Truman 

“Jinnah’s scheme of partition was good, but it would take at least 25 years to take shape. But great wars and great men shorten history, and Jinnah was such a man who could alter the history of a nation.” 

 Philip Kerr, 11th Marquess of Lothian 

“Although without Gandhi, Hindustan would still have gained independence and without Lenin and Mao, Russia and China would still have endured Communist revolution, without Jinnah there would have been no Pakistan in 1947.”

 Sir John Alec Biggs-Davison 

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"Jinnah is one of the most extraordinary men in history".

 Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru 

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"Jinnah is incorruptible and brave."

 Gandhi 

"No doubt we have achieved Pakistan but that is only yet the beginning of an end. Great responsibilities have come to us, and equally great should be our determination and endeavor to discharge them, and the fulfillments thereof will demand of us efforts and sacrifices in the cause no less for construction and building of our nation than what was required for the achievement of the cherished goal of Pakistan."

- Mr. Jinnah / Quaid-e-Azam