9780199061730

Jinnah the Founder of Pakistan in the eyes of his contemporaries and his documentary records at Lincoln's Inn and the Inner Temple

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    9780199061730

  • ISBN10:

    0199061734

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-01-13
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

The first edition of this book presented reminiscences of friends and contemporaries of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, together with documents relating to his time in London and extracts from Jinnah's speeches conveying his political philosophy. In this second edition new material has been introduced, expanding the original work to encompass not only little known aspects of Jinnah's professional practice but also the field of Islamic banking, so relevant in the current financial climate.

Author Biography


Saleem Qureshi is a London-based barrister who was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple and later called ad eundem by Lincoln's Inn. Inspired by the life and mission of Jinnah, who had also started his career from Lincoln's Inn, Saleem Qureshi formed the M.A. Jinnah Society, which held its inaugural meeting in the historic Old Hall of Lincoln's Inn. He is a founder member of the World Association of Muslim Jurists, Lahore, and Member, General Council of the Bar.

Table of Contents


List of Illustrations
Foreword-Bernard Weatherill
Introduction to the Second Edition
Preface
Acknowledgements
JINNAH-AN INTRODUCTION
1. The Greatness of Jinnah-Qutubuddin Aziz
2. The Great Leader-Saleem Qureshi
JINNAH-CONTEMPORARY VIEWS
3. A Brilliant Politician-William Francis Listowel
4. The Founder of Pakistan-John Biggs-Davison
5. Jinnah's Charisma-Viqarunnisa Noon
6. A Unique Leader-Bernard Budd
7. A Man of Integrity-Ahmed E.H. Jaffer
8. A Tribute-Ali Arshad
9. Obituary-The Times, 1948
10. Lead Article-The Times, 1948
JINNAH-A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW
11. A Great Constitutionalist-Gordon Johnson
12. Founder of a New Nation-Alexander Andrew Mackay Irvine
JINNAH AND IQBAL
13. Iqbal's Letters to Jinnah
JINNAH AND LINCOLN'S INN
14. Alma Mater-Robert Megarry
15. Record Books-Lincoln's Inn Library
16. Official Documents-Lincoln's Inn Archives
JINNAH AND THE INNER TEMPLE
17. A Brief History
18. Official Documents-The Inner Temple Archives
JINNAH'S SPEECHES
19. The Case for Pakistan, March 1940
20. Comment on the Speech-TheTimes of India
21. The Task Ahead, August 1947
22. Extracts from Various Speeches
JINNAH AND ISLAMIC BANKING
23. Jinnah's address to the State Bankof Pakistan
24. Islamic Finance and Banking-Philip Molyneux
CHRONOLOGY-Salim Al-Din Quraishi
Index

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