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How Jinnah Liberated India

Khurram Ali Shafique


The credit for freeing the entire Indian Subcontinent from British rule goes to Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the leader of the All-India Muslim League.

As preposterous as it sounds, it was the Indian National Congress, and not the Muslim League, that stood in the way of independence.

The book supports this argument with formidable evidence, while remaining short, witty and accessible for all readers, the expert and the curious alike.

What they would have said

“I have nothing to say about this book because today is my day of silence.” — Gandhi

“Oh, those Indians!” — Bobby Farrell

“Finally, a book that applies my method to the study of history! The idea of partitioning India was an improbable one, but it was all that remained after the impossible had been eliminated. Elementary!” — Sherlock Holmes

“I am appalled to see things being brought back to light that the world has ignored for seventy years. This is not a book I want Indians to read.” — Jawaharlal Nehru

“Burn this book.” — Adolf Hitler

“I have been following the career of Khurram Ali Shafique with much interest. He is the only Iqbal scholar to have received the prestigious Presidential Iqbal Award three times. Even more significantly, he has the moral courage to stand with the truth even if it goes against the entire world. This is the reason I chose him to write this book. I am happy with the outcome, for this is an account of history as I made it, and as I wanted it told. I hope that everybody reads this book.” — M. A. Jinnah

Internationally published by Libredux UK
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Simultaneously published by Topline Publishers Pakistan, available within Pakistan at a special price.

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“How Jinnah Liberated India” by Khurram Ali Shafique has been sponsored by Allied Marketing (Pvt) Ltd, Pakistan (in association with S. M. Ilyas & Sons Ltd.) as part of their 125th Anniversary celebrations.