The Pakistan Ideology

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1) Meaning of Ideology:
Ideology means a closely organized system of beliefs, values, and ideas forming the basis of a social, economic, or political philosophy or program. It contains those ideas that a nation strives to accomplish in order to bring strength to its nationhood.

2) The Base of Pakistani Ideology:
The Pakistani ideology is based on the Islamic ideology, which is quite obvious given the real reasons for the partition of the now Pakistan and India. The real reason for the partition was that Muslims were being imposed to follow the Hindu religion and the British didn’t help the Muslims and let the Hindus impose thing on the Muslims. The reason for the creation of Pakistan was so that the Muslims could practice their religion without any hindrances.

3) Aims of a Separate Homeland:
Hindus and Muslims are completely different from each other, and so, for them to live together in the United India was a complete disaster. The Hindus would not let the Muslims live a peaceful life following their religion. They would urge the Muslims to join them in their faith and accept their religion. This being a major issue in the life of the Indian Muslims, a separate homeland was demanded.

4) Two Nation Theory:
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who presented the two nation theory told the people that the Muslims and the Hindus are two completely different nations and they cannot be merged into a single nation. Sir Syed was the first one to say that the Hindus and the Muslims can not stay happily in one nation because their hatred for each other was too great. So the only way to save the Muslims was to create a separate nation for them.

5) Difference in Culture, Civilization and Religion:
Each and everything about Muslims and Hindus is different; be it there culture, their civilization or their religion. The main reason for the demand for a separate homeland was that the Muslims believe in sovereignty of...
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