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Pointer Reprint, Jaipur. Contents Preface. Nation region and religion in Pakistan an overview. Religion as national identity fragile foundations.
Four nation theory refutation of the two nations doctrine. The regional challenge Punjab vs. Other provinces. The sub national upsurge Jiye Sindh and Muhajir Qaumi movements.
Fundamentalist politics of Jamaat i Islami. Discriminatory politics against Ahmadiyas. The Shia Sunni sectarian divide. As the two nation theory culminated in the creation of Pakistan the same also became the ideology of the State for the purpose of legitimising political authority. However religion based national identity could not cement the diverse socio cultural entities of Pakistan.