Thursday, August 16, 2012

The lost papers of Allama Mohammad Asad

Quaid e Azam created a department of Islamic Reconstruction in 1947 to create an Islamic state in Pakistan. He appointed the German convert Muslims Muhemmed Asad as its director general. After the death of Quaid e Azam, the whole department was burnt down by the traitors and its research lost to the nation. Now for the first time in 65 years, these rare, historical and visionary works are brought back to life, alhamdolillah. These are the lost papers of Muhemmed Asad.
These papers have an incredible historical value and set the record straight on the vision, mission, ambitions and aspirations of our founding fathers – Quaid, Allama Iqbal, Liaqat Ali Khan and Allama Asad – on the newly created Islamic state of Pakistan. These papers destroy the myth comprehensively that our founding fathers wanted to create secular state and did not wish an Islamic state. These papers are most decisive rebuttal to the liberal fascists who have been resisting the Islamic state in Pakistan and now would form the basis upon which to rebuild a glorious Islamic civilization, InshAllah!


Anonymous said...

Sir the download link is not correct. It asks for password. Please correct it.

Muhammad Luqman Khan.

Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid said...

It's working fine on our end. Kindly retry.

abbas said...

Sir, the download link does not work, it re-directs to a page asking for username and password. Can you please check and fix it?



Na Keh Na Likh Kar Kay Dikha said...

و رفعنا لك ذكرك
صلى الله عليه و اله وسلم
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته

@Muhemmed Lucman @ Abbas,

Just downloaded Alhamdolillah, , kindly click on scribed once it opens the doc then download it. Khair inshaAllah
Duago aur duajo.

Anonymous said...

Sir, when was this book published in which you found this chapter by mohammad asad??

shahlal said...

Just 2 days back i being an Indian muslim had a long quarrel with 5 of my fellow Indian muslim collegues on issue of creation of Pakistan, thanks Allah that He has unearthed this document as it will help me prove my point that Jinnah was making an Islamic and not a secular Pakistan.

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