Posted on December 25, 2008
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12 responses to “Fatima Jinnah: Candid Memories and Her Speech of December 25, 1957”

  1. Humayun Mirza says:

    Iskander Mirza had no intention of becoming President or keep the Martial-Law for a long time. In fact he had said in his speeches. The loss of Enver Mirza, caused emotional break down in my great grand father, and therefore he married Nahid, as my maternal great grand mother blamed him for the loss of their son. People started talking and stabbed the family. Therefore lots of rumors still today exist, Ayub Khan did betray Pakistan and his closest ally/friend as he was supported by the CIA, external forces which are now causing problems in Pakistan.
    Regarding the post against my great grand father I agree to an extent.
    Regards,
    Humayun Mirza.
    Great grand son of Iskander Mirza

  2. ylh says:

    Mian class of 71,

    Lahoris have always been patriots and admirers of Quaid and his sister …so no need to thank us. But do get over this regionalism.

    On Benazir- she was a true daughter of the madar e millat.

    Others,

    What FJ thought LAK and his wife should be put under the category of “personal opinion”. I am watching HBO’s “John Adams” and it strikes me that many of those brilliant founding father and mothers of the US did not like each other very much but they came together on common cause. This is what is missing in Pakistan.