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Why some in Pakistan want to replace Jinnah as the founder of the country with an 8th century Arab
Mohammad Ali Jinnah is considered too western and the conquest of Sindh by Mohammad Bin Qasim signals the 'advent of Islam in South Asia'.
Nadeem F Paracha
· Jun 22, 2015 · 01:30 pm