Karachi: Its been the history of Pakistan that whenever the Independence day of the country reaches near, the debate about Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah being a Muslim or a non-Muslim gets begin. Its a pity that we are still stucked up in these useless debates though we should not have any issues regarding this.
The argument always becomes futile as both the parties carry heavy proofs and evidences to prove their point but still the discussion ends up in a draw.
The one point, unconfirmed though, that supporters of Quaid-e-Azam comes up with is that the funeral prayer of the founder of Pakistan was led by Allama Shabbir Ahmed Usmani who was a well-known religious scholar of his time.
At that time many other religious scholars were against Mohammad Ali Jinnah and they asked him the reason behind the leading of his prayers. He answered that the night Quaid-e-Azam passed away, I saw Prophet Mohammad S.A.W in my dream. Prophet S.A.W was standing with him and said, “He is my Mujahid (warrior).”