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Pakistan & India’s Bias Against Allama Mashriqi andthe Khaksar Tehrik by By Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi Created On: 30/Mar/2016 Views: 178 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:392 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
Allama Mashriqi, His Family & the Khaksars Paid the Price for Freedom by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 14/Aug/2015 Views:512 Replies:0 
History has shown that freedom comes at a steep cost to those who fight to liberate a nation from oppression. Allama Mashriqi, his family, and the Khaksars paid the price for the freedom of the subcontinent through their tremendous sacrifices for the nation. In 1930, Allama Mashriqi, a legendary freedom fighter, founded the Khaksar Tehrik to liberate the subcontinent (now comprised of Bangladesh Click here to read Full Article
 
Allama Mashriqi: by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 4/Oct/2013 Views:429 Replies:0 
Allama Mashriqi was one of the founding fathers of Islamia College (Peshawar). His long association with the said college, first as its Vice-Principal and later as Principal, brought about a revolution in education and gave new dimensions to one of the most educationally backward provinces of British India, the North West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). Mashriqi’s tenure (1913-1930) wi Click here to read Full Article
¡°Mahatma Gandhi & My Grandfather, Allama Mashriqi¡± by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 19/Aug/2013 Views:395 Replies:0 
¡°I grew up learning from my family and the Khaksars about the role of Allama Mashriqi, Mahatma Gandhi, Quaid- e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, and other leaders in the freedom movement of the Indian sub-continent. And I have dedicated the last seventeen years to research on this topic. In this book, I seek to share this knowledge with the world. My goal is to help unite the human race, a vision inspire Click here to read Full Article
 
Major Flaws in Hamoodur Rehman Commission Report by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 21/May/2013 Views:512 Replies:0 
The Hamoodur Rehman Commission Report (HRCR) is missing many crucial pieces of the puzzle with regards to the factors that led to the division of Pakistan (into Pakistan and Bangladesh) in 1971. A fresh inquiry is needed to fill this major gap. Click here to read Full Article
Disciple of Dr. Akhter Hameed Khan Murdered by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 20/Mar/2013 Views:450 Replies:0 
The death of Miss Parveen Rehman is a great loss for us all. She was carrying forward Dr. Akhter Hameed Khan’s mission to improve the lives of the underprivileged and neglected. It hurts me to hear that her life has been taken away by heartless people. Click here to read Full Article
 
Khaksar Massacre on March 19, 1940: Call for U.K. Apology by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 15/Mar/2013 Views:480 Replies:0 
Last month, British Prime Minister David Cameron became the first serving Head of the Government of United Kingdom to “pay his respects at the scene of one of the bloodiest massacres in British history…The prime minister laid a wreath at the Jallianwala Bagh memorial [Amritsar, India], bowing his head and standing in silence” (BBC February 20, 2013). This news was encouraging to read and I appreci Click here to read Full Article
Electronic Version of Book on Allama Mashraqi Released in USA
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 13/Feb/2013 Views:488 Replies:0 
Allama Mashriqi is the great man of the present age. He has given India* a new outlook and a new way of life." ©¤ The Radiance (Aligarh), February 06, 1943 Click here to read Full Article
 
Prof. Manzooruddin Ahmed (Ex-Vice Chancellor, Karachi University) Remembered by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 1/Jan/2013 Views:482 Replies:0 
On the evening of December 27, 2012, our house phone rang with bad news. I was informed that Professor Dr. Manzooruddin Ahmed, Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Karachi, had died of pneumonia. The next day, my wife and I attended his funeral and offered our condolences to the grieving family. Click here to read Full Article
Allama Mashriqi’s Daughter, Masuda Yousaf by Nasim Yousaf
Posted By: Infomashriqi On: 5/Nov/2012 Views:934 Replies:0 
I grew up listening to my mother’s accounts of the fight for the freedom of the Indian sub-continent. She told us about her father, Allama Mashriqi, as well as Quaid-e-Azam M.A. Jinnah, Mahatma Gandhi, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Jawarharlal Nehru and others. I am so fortunate to have learned about history from her, her siblings, and the Khaksars ¯ who witnessed the struggle for freedom firsthand. My Click here to read Full Article

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