Posts Tagged ‘ iqbal ’

Dr Muhammad Iqbal’s Political Philosophy in the light of his poem, The Advisory Council of Satan (Iblees ki Majlis-i-Shura) – (1936)

Nov 9th, 2015 | By | Category: Latest
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 1. Introduction ‘Muhammad Iqbal – lawyer, jurist, and poet – rests in a simple tomb just outside the main entrance to the Badshahi mosque in Lahore. That simple tomb is a place of pilgrimage to me. For Iqbal was a man who belonged to all races; his concepts had universal appeal. He spoke to the […]



Love Conquers The World

Aug 28th, 2014 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, Religion, Social
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Love Conquers The World (محبت فاتح عالم) I thought of contemporary love as a feeling of deception that you have for somebody, enslaving you to inferior desires. It was not until I read عشق کے پانچ درجے1 by Khurram Ali Shafique and discovered Iqbal through his Marghdeen2. This change introduced me to that powerful love […]



Out of Leaden Sleep, Out of Slumber Deep. Arise!

May 13th, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan
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Out of leaden sleep, Out of slumber deep. Arise! –Iqbal Our elections are no different than our cricket matches. ‘The boys played well’ but the match was fixed. While PML-N takes the trophy home, MQM becomes the party of the series by Mr. Abdul Waseem and Mr. Nabil Gabol getting approximately 370 votes/minute and 314 […]



Education System: Manufacturing Slaves in Pakistan

Dec 21st, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan
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“Sticks and drones may break our bones, but fitna would eventually be more lethal” Few months back, a private channel aired different kinds of ads of success stories in education. We had very heated discussions with our friends on Facebook about those one-sided educational promos, in which only worldly education was being glorified: materialism that […]



Selective Islam ~ An article by Imran Khan (1998)

Nov 1st, 2011 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, Religion
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My Generation grew up at a time when colonial hang up was at its peak. Our older generation had been slaves and had a huge inferiority complex of the British. The school I went to was similar to all elite schools in Pakistan, despite becoming independent, they were, and still are, producing replicas of public school […]