We, Islam and Pakistan
The purpose of becoming Pakistan was to establish a separate state for Muslims where Muslims could establish a relationship with their Lord and enforce Islamic laws in the country and we could create an Islamic society that would set an example to the world.The founder of Pakistan did not get enough time to make some legislation in this regard after independence. Initially, the law of this country was a law borrowed from the British. The British have made a lot of changes in it, but we still have this asset. I still don’t understand whether we got independence from the British or they left us.
However, let’s face it, in the first few years, there were many other issues with the country’s integrity that may not have been addressed. But then years passed and we could not enforce Islamic law or Sharia in this country. But we did not leave Islam alone, but learned the art of using it to our advantage. Yes! Today, Islam is the greatest weapon for us to make people stand with us and gain our popularity. The love of Islam for the forgotten people of this country is so strong that an Islamic slogan can take them out on the streets and make them sound, but in practice we all keep in mind the principles made by the British, even if the language is bad for them. Keep saying I mean, even if we follow the English completely.
We as a nation have been afflicted with evils and when a nation is collectively afflicted with evils, then their fate is the same as that of the people of Aad and Thamud, which is the history of the Children of Israel, which fell to the Muslims in Andalusia and Granada. There is history and man has never tried to learn from it. That is why the first warning to Pakistan was given in the form of the fall of Dhaka, but we still did not understand and did not change our ways. Yes, but he tried his best to make himself a Muslim and the country an Islamic empire by inserting some Islamic provisions in his 73rd constitution. We hung native fruit on the English tree and are waiting for it to bloom. Some time has passed but now the issue of Kashmir is also in front of everyone. But we still seem to prioritize our individual goals.