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Pan-Islam in British Indian Politics: A Study of the Khilafat Movement, 1918 ... - M. Naeem Qureshi - Google Books

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The site where the epic court case was conducted in which the British tried to convict Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar for impunity as a backlash for his Khilafat Movement. Guhlam Hosain Kaliqdina Hall & Liabrary.

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Mohammad Ali Jouhar (10 December 1878 – 4 January 1931) was an Indian Muslim leader, activist, scholar, journalist and poet, and was among the leading figures of the Khilafat Movement.

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When the icons adorned cover of safety match boxes - Gandhi, Mohun Bagan, Khilafat Movement, Howrah Bridge, Mother India, Dancing Girl... I wonder how it would have sounded to ask " Ek Howrah bridge dena, or for that matter " Ek Dream girls dena"

Hajj Amin (center) presenting Palestinian flag to Mawlana Shawkat Ali, (left of Hajj Amin) a leader of Indian Khilafat movement; next to Shawkat Ali is Shaykh Khwaja Nazir Hasan Ansari, 1931. © Ahmad al-Ansari.

Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar, was an Indian Muslim leader, activist, scholar, journalist and poet, and was among the leading figures of the Khilafat Movement, a pan-Islamic, political protest campaign launched by Muslims in British India to influence the British government and to protect the Ottoman Empire during the aftermath of World War I.

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Mohammad Ali Road of South Mumbai is named after Mohammad Ali Jouhar – the freedom fighter, activist, scholar and leader of the Khilafat Movement. Relish the best tastes from the food festival of this legendary road at Barbeque Nation. ‪#‎StreetTreat‬ ‪#‎comefeastwithus‬

Living up to a name | Jawahar is Arabic for jewel. Nehru shares his name with Gandhi’s comrade in the Khilafat movement, Mohammad Ali Jauhar, after whom Mumbai’s Mohammad Ali Road is named http://www.livemint.com/articles/2012/02/24211733/Living-up-to-a-name.html

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The Khilafat movement (1919–1924) was a pan-Islamic, political protest campaign launched by Muslims in British India to influence the British government and to protect the Ottoman Empire during the aftermath of World War I. It won the support of Mahatma Gandhi and the predominantly Hindu Congress movement because of its anti-British overtones; however, Arabs saw it as threat of continuation of Turkish dominance of Arab lands. Bottom (L) Maulana Shaukat Ali & Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar.