Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

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    ”. The book starts with the appeal to supreme court by zulfikar ali Bhutto. In the book zulfikar ali Bhutto gave the response to the five-white paper issued by the Zia government against him. He claims that MORE THAN MY LIFE AT STAKE, PAKISTAN IS AT STAKE. In the book, Bhutto discussed five omens. The first one indicates that Bhutto is a threat to Zia regime if he is exiled instead of death. The second one indicates the Zia regime is isolated from mass or public opinion, which generally military regimes are according to Bhutto. The third omen according to Bhutto is that general Zia is Making sure that it will not be his neck but Bhuttos. The fourth omen is that general Zia is more worried about reaction in other countries other than his own…

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    between East and West Pakistan any easier. East Pakistan was also very partial to the state of West Bengal in India, as East Bengal was now East Pakistan. Culture and identity of this part of Pakistan was considerably different from West Pakistan. Western Pakistani efforts to imperialize and integrate Western Pakistani culture into the East was something that fanned the flame. Although the population of East Pakistan was larger than West Pakistan, the capitol was placed in the West. Muhammad Ali…

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    speech up. Malala´s ethos ,which is the credibility to speak, is when she say that it is an honor for her to be here at the UN and also that she is wearing the shawl of the late Benazir Bhutto which she is very grateful to wear almost like a cape for a hero. To establish her ethos in the beginning of her speech she…

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    and Vanita, the wife of a street singer, lives an prosperous life. The film progresses through historical events including the partition of India and Pakistan, the partition of Pakistan and Bangladesh and the State of Emergency that Indira Gandhi instilled. Saleem’s life is an allegory for the struggles the nations embarked until the end of the State of Emergency. II. The Divide Between the Nation’s People It is important to understand the dynamics behind Amina and Ahmed Sinai’s family, the…

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    Unity, Discipline, and faith is the motto that the Pakistani live by. Pakistan is country that is struggling that is slowly making a rise with their government and there economy. The President of Pakistan and the Prime Minster are key role players in making this happen, and the people of Pakistan support every decision that they make. Pakistan does have a very strong Military that is versatile on ground, air, and water. Which will help them out so they can’t be over thrown easily. Pakistan…

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    During Writing 100 courses we watch numerous movies that were related to the topic of our discussion. Some of the movies we watch were Bhutto and America Revolutionary. The main protagonists in these movies were Benazir Bhutto and Grace Lee Boggs, these two incredible individuals shared many similarities and differences. For starters, they were both female’s that fought against the inequality happening in their country through peaceful protest, well for the most part. Grace Lee life consisted of…

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    Use Of Malalala Day Speech

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    contact with them. In addition with the use of ‘brothers and sisters’ this shows that she does not see herself as superior as a result of what she has achieved but instead shows that she is equal to them and on the same level. It also shows that she is humble about receiving this award, which, is a trend displayed throughout her speech at several different points. This also shows that she might feel as if she doesn’t deserve this award from the way she has expressed this with her use of tone in…

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    Developing an understanding of how social definitions of gender affects a political career will ultimately lead to two sets of conclusions: one concerning the barriers impeding politically ambitious women, the other concerning the strategies some women use to neutralize these barriers. Gender will have an effect on the leader 's performance in office. Anyone who rises to the top of the political system will have developed a set of strategies and repertoire of behaviors for dealing with both…

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    The Fatimid Caliphate (ad-Dawlah al-Fāṭimiyya) was an Ismaili Shia Caliphate, it lasted from the year 909 to the year 1171 and eventually fell when its last Caliph (Al Athid or Abū Muḥammad ʿAbd Allāh ibn Yūsuf ibn al-Ḥāfiẓ) died, making place for the Ayyubid Sultanate of Egypt and Syria under Saladin. The Fatimid Caliphate was the only Shi’a Caliphate, it was tied to the Ismaili branch of Shi’a Islam, the belief is centered around Isma’il, the son of Ja’Far As-Sadid, the sixth Imam and seventh…

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    The primary hagiographic story of ‘Aziz al Saksawiyya is the one found in the hagiographic work entitled Uns al-Faqir Wa izz al Hakir (the Intimacy of the Sufi and the greatness of the Denigrated) by the Sufi jurist ‘Abd al-Aziz ibn al-khatib who is known by the name of ibn Qunfudh (14th century). As we saw before this hagiographic record is a compilation of saints, Sufis and holy people belonging to Morocco and other Maghrebian countries. It includes only saints who were disciples of the axial…

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