Even before the creation of Pakistan Jinnah and Iqbal unlike the leaders of today stood up in solidarity with Palestine.
Az Khwab e Giran Khez is a poem in Persian by Allama Iqbal the title translates to Wake Up From Your Deep Slumber. It calls on the Muslims and brings to them a picture of their present state, urging them to wake up and regain their glory.
OBITUARY OF ALLAMA IQBAL as printed in THE LONDON TIMES APRIL 22, 1938
Tasveer e Dard or The Portrait of Anguish is a touching and emotional poem by the great Allama Iqbal. Read with English translation.
The Continuity of Iqbal’s Qur’anic Thought The Genesis of Pakistan and the Islamic Revolution in Iran Viewed in the context of Iqbal’s Qur’anic Thought
During Allamah Iqbal’s life some people had attempted to create the impression of Iqbal’s leanings towards communism, basing their arguments on some verses in favour of communism and its ideology.
Pakistan and Afghanistan share deep-rooted historic bonds of culture and faith. They also cherish common customs, languages, literature and heroes.
To some there may seem to be a contradiction in this view of taqdir given by Iqbal. But, according to Iqbal this contradiction arises due to the wrong concept of taqdir which the present Muslims in general have come to accept, due mainly to the Magian influence on Islam. Allama Iqbal has written so much about the concept of taqdir that it may require a complete book to fully explain and justify his views on this difficult issue.
I have used the world "millat" in the sense of "qaum" (nation). No doubt, the word millat has been used to mean law and religion in Arabic