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Пишет Misha Verbitsky ([info]tiphareth)
@ 2019-08-18 12:42:00

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"our first openly goth president"
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"our first openly goth president"
модно, стильно, современно

По ссылке от [info]alex_moma.

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2019-08-22 13:19 (ссылка)

The word was coined by Choudhary Rahmat Ali, who published it in the pamphlet Now or Never issued on January 28, 1933, as an acronym of the names of the "Muslim homelands" of western India—Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sindh, and Balochistan. An i was later added to the name to ease pronunciation.

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2019-08-22 14:17 (ссылка)
гуглил, но не нашел такой расшифровки

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2019-08-22 14:24 (ссылка)

Ali had planned to stay in the country, but he was expelled out of Pakistan by the then Prime Minister Liaqat Ali Khan. His belongings were confiscated, and he left empty-handed for England in October 1948.[37]


Ali died on 3 February 1951 in Cambridge. According to Thelma Frost, he was "destitute, forlorn and lonely" at the time of his death.[6] Fearing (correctly) that he may have died insolvent, the Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Edward Welbourne, instructed that the College would cover the funeral expenses. He was buried on 20 February at Cambridge City Cemetery in Cambridge, England.[38] The funeral expenses and other medical expenses were repaid by the High Commissioner for Pakistan in November 1953, after what was described as a “protracted correspondence” between the London office and the relevant authorities in Pakistan.[39]


Rahmat Ali is credited by Pakistanis for having coined the
term "Pakistan" and envisioning a separate state for
Muslims. Beyond that, his ideas are not explored in any
detail. The undergraduate Pakistan Studies textbooks give
him a mere one line mention.[40] He is all but forgotten
in the "country he coined".

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2019-08-22 14:55 (ссылка)
Да они всю свою историю 30 раз переписали уже.

Даже жалко, что Джинна быстро помер; смешно было бы посмотреть, как они его из истории выписывают.

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