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Imran Khan today’s Saladin

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Imran Khan today’s Saladin
Munaza Kazmi

Saladin the name that needs no introduction. The greatest of the warriors, the keeper of faith, the defender of Jerusalem, Sultan Saladin Ayyubi. He was the man who unified the Arab and Muslim world for the holy cause, he with grace of Almighty saved the Medina from the evil of infidels. Although he died hundreds of years before, but the soil of Muslim land give birth to him after each period for uniting the Muslim world to stand against the all wrongs of infidelity and for empowering the nations.

Pakistan, a South Asian country, a land once lush and beautiful inhabited by people amazing intellect and skills, thawed by the tales of extremism, corruption and Taliban which made its image as a horrified old black and white movie, and mostly known as a lonely planet. However, the country shed its old torn clothes and emerged as a twinkling star from the darkest of mountains under the charismatic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Imran Khan, born October 5, 1952, Lahore, Pakistani cricket player, politician, writer, philanthropist, and Prime Minister of Pakistan who became a national hero by leading Pakistan’s national team to a World Cricket Cup victory in 1992 and later entered politics as a critic of government corruption in Pakistan.

Here I relate him with Sultan Saladin since Sultan was the one who united the Arab and Muslim world to regain Jerusalem, so here is our Imran Khan who’s striving hard to improve the image of Pakistan in the global community, also struggling towards the unity of the Muslim community not in Pakistan but around the world and not ignoring the Palestine cause. The very next day of Palestine massacre Imran Khan had met the secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and called for the OIC to take a stand on it and raise the issue in the UN. His call for unity with King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia that “we should raise our voice regarding the injustice against Palestinians and what happened in Al Aqsa.

In the scenario of Pakistan Imran Khan’s voice like Saladin echoes in every corner that “He will never let his nation let down”. For youth Khan have initiated different empowering projects and scholarships which are helping in shaping the Niya Pakistan. In the time of early COVID, Khan have aided the community with stipend in the flagship of “Prime Minister Fund”. Early he has launched a project under the name of “Ehsas Program” for helping the poor community in the way that they become self-sufficient. Moreover, the fame of “Shokat Khannum Cancer Hospital” is a lot much familiar.

Imran Khan came with change, change of politics, change of the old norms with a new color of transformation. He is transforming Pakistan, to say the province of Gilgit-Basltistan, making the transportation and communication channels improved, digital library, safeguarding of eco-diversity and a lot more. Khan is also known by people as Tsunami Khan reasoning his ruling of plantation of 10 billion tress that’s why Pakistan hosted World Environmental Day this year, according to the eye-witness he have transformed much weather and condition of the KPK which was his first spot.

More to say our Prime Minister had outdone the black and white picture of Pakistan by giving it a new color of emergent Tourism, Pakistan came in the 2020 Best Holiday Destination then the recent royal visit from Cambridge, theses all accompany in making a colorful and brighter picture of Pakistan. People are coming and going back with a suitcase full of memories of hospitality and amazing tales to tell, much thanks to our today’s Saladin.

It is true that Pakistan is facing difficulties but as said by Almighty in Quran “إِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا -Verily, along with every hardship is relief”. I believe if we forget about Punjabi, Sindhi, Pathan, Balochi or Kashmiri and stand together as Pakistani who could stand in front of us, in front of the league of Saladin.

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