Having seen the influence of Colonial British in Pakistan (then India), this book brought sickening naustalgia. It is very ineresting to see how we as humans with power, make things that are none of our business, our business. And then when things go wrong, we blame everyone else but ourselves. A must read for everyone interested in longterm ramifications of un welcome intrusions into sovereignty of other countries.
The text is very interesting. A scholarly work! It lacks, however, some authentic references, where it exposes the writer's lack of familiarity with Islam; and at times with the its principles. However, it is almost irritating to hear absolute slaughter of pronunciation Arabic and Persian words and names over and over again. It is exhausting to feel the labor of the reader. I wish the reader had sought some advice about the pronunciation, especially when embarking on an undertaking like this book. Spare yourself the trouble, buy the book and read it. It is much more enjoyable, then listening to it.
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