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Why did the ‘secular’ Jinnah create Department of Islamic Reconstruction?

By Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid

Those who say Quaid wanted to make a secular state, should also explain as to why the first department of the new government of Pakistan that Quaid created after securing independence was the Department of Islamic Reconstruction???? Quaid created an Islamic reconstruction and policy making department to make a secular state ???? What non-sense those secular speak.

The department was headed by Austrian revert Muslim Muhammad Asad, (formerly ), who had delivered major policy speeches on the future of Islamic government in Pakistan, confirming without doubt that Quaid had the vision of a Pan Islamic state, “Premier Islamic state” as he called it. We shall be posting those speeches here as well for all to see the vision our founding fathers had. It was on the basis of this department and its research that Objectives Resolution was passed 2 years later in 1949 by Liaqat Ali Khan. Now when the myth of “secular Jinnah” has been comprehensively busted, it is our duty to give a final shut up call to the seculars! Know this lost piece of history and never ever forget this.

Department of Islamic Reconstruction

 

These are the lost treasures of the millat — the lost papers of Allama Muhammad Asad, the Quaid-e-Azam appointed director of department of Islamic reconstruction!!! There is a presentation in it also where BT team has made a summary of these papers. A stunning ideological vision to transform Pakistan into an ideal Islamic welfare state on the model of Khilafat e Rashida and to do “Takmeel” of Pakistan. Remember this — Quaid formed this department immediately after the creation of Pakistan!!! Only a visionary, pan Islamic Muslim leader would dare such an amazing romantic journey!! This is the Pakistan we will create, InshAllah !!!

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