Monday, December 24, 2012

The brave 600 soldier of Pakistan who never came back!


The brave 600 soldier of Pakistan who never came back!

Let us tell you a most amazing story about 600 soldiers of Pakistan, who went to fight for their brothers in Indonesia on the orders of Quaid e Azam ! Can you believe that?? Even whenPakistan was NOT even created, Quaid was sending Muslim forces to Muslim countries to fight and defend Muslim lands !!! Allahu Akbar !

By Allah, Quaid was the most gifted, visionary, blessed and courageous Muslim leader born after Tipu Sultan. He started the Jihad in Kashmir with the help of tribal Mujahideen. He fiercely defended the rights of the Palestinian Muslims and resisted the creation of Israel and then he sent forces to Indonesia to fight against forces of Holland! And, most incredibly, he did all these things when Pakistan was NOT even created !!!! This is called divine leadership ! Now read this and know the Quaid you never knew !

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The proclamation of independence with the establishment of the Republic of Indonesia was made on 17th August, 1945 by the late Dr. Ahmad Soekarno and Dr. Mohammed Hatta, the first President and Vice President of Indonesia respectively, breaking the shackles of colonialism and freeing the Indonesian people from Imperialism. After two years, Pakistan emerged on the world map on 14th August, 947. Since before the two countries became independent, two founding fathers Dr. Soekarno and Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah have been working together in the struggle to liberate their respective countries. Indonesia was growing while battling against hardships, diverse problems and financial constraints.

After 1945, the Dutch joined the Allies (the British-Indian Forces) with intention to re-gain its colonial territory in Indonesia. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, leader of All India Muslim League and founder of Pakistan, according to Pakistan historian, Allama Noor Ahmed Quadri, in 1945 appealed to the Moslems in the Indian sub-continent to support the Indonesian struggle for its Independence.

Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah (who later on became the founder of Pakistan) from the All Indian Muslim League Centre in New Delhi, raised severe protest against the colonial atrocities in Indonesia and appealed to the Muslims of the Sub-continent (the votaries of Pakistan) to help the Indonesian brothers in all manners. Responding to Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s clarion call, the 600-Muslim soldiers of the British Indian Army deserted the colonial forces putting their lot at stake, and joined hands with their Indonesian brothers. Out of these 600 gallant soldiers, 500 of them were martyred in war; while the remaining returned to Pakistan or continued to live in Indonesia.

In the end of August 1947, Ali Jinnah ordered to restrain airships loaded with artillery and army support from Netherlands which landed at Karachi airport to transit before heading for Indonesia. These ships were supposed to back-up Netherlands’ military aggression to Indonesia, which they called Police Action on July 21st 1947. Foreign Minister of Pakistan Sir Zafarullah Khan, who conducted the restraining order, said that Dutch action was an affront to the soul of Asia.

During the celebration of its Golden Jubilee on August 17th 1995, Indonesia grants Independence War Awards to the living ex Pakistan soldiers and award the highest honor “Adipura” to the Founding Father of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad All Jinnah and the Government of Pakistan.
On the other hand Indonesia’s support towards Pakistan in the 1965 war against India never forgotten by Pakistan. Until now, Indonesia’s support still considered one of the most valuable contributions and noted in the history of Pakistan.
This historical journey has helped to shape an emotional relationship between the two countries, which can be enhanced into a more substantial relationship.