December 25, 1876: A great leader from the Muslim Ummah was born, Muhammed Ali Jinnah (rehmatullah alayh). Allama Iqbal (rehmatullah alayh) gave him the vision and transformed him into the Quaid-e-Azam for the Muslims of the Subcontinent. A faqeer, darwaish and Waliullah. Who upheld morality, honour, dignity and wisdom.... He looked Western, spoke English. But the love of Islam and the Prophet Muhammed (sallallaho alaihi wasallam) was etched in his heart. He proved as a gem for the Muslim Ummah, especially for the Muslims in India who were suppressed and abused. Allah had sent forth many waliullahs to help him along the way, including Allama Iqbal, Peer Jamaat Ali Shah, Allama Shabbir Ahmed Usmani among others.

For decades, the liberal extremists have been trying to prove Quaid e Azam as a "secular" personality, who wanted a "secular" Pakistan. Similarly, the Mullahs of the Indian Congress issued fatwas against him labeling him "Kafir e Azam" (astaghfirullah). Both these evil groups have reserved a place for themselves in Hell.

The Quaid e Azam (rehmatullah alayh) was a man of nobility, firmness, determination and will-power. He had a vision for Pakistan: That it would be an ideal role model not only for the Muslim Ummah but also the world as a whole. Sadly, for the past 63 years, we have not kept that promise. It is time that we uphold and fullfil the ideological vision laid out by Allama Iqbal and Quaid e Azam for the road to Takmeel-e-Pakistan (InshaAllah).

Today, another annual session of the tribute to Baba-e-Qaum was arranged by the Nazaria-e-Pakistan Trust headed by Mr. Majeed Nizami, Col (R) Jamshed Tareen and their associates who were a part of the road for Ta'meer-e-Pakistan. Zaid Hamid was invited as a chief guest speaker alongside Sahibzada Sultan Ahmad Ali (Al-Aarifeen, family of Sultan Bahoo), Faisal Humayun, S.M. Zafar, Raja Zulqarnain (President Azad Jammu and Kashmir) and CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif among others