The dawn of hope: selections from the al-Hilal of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

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Indian Council of Historical Research, 2002 - History - 274 pages
Selected artilces of Abūlkalām Āzād contributed in al-Hilāl Urdu weekly lauched in 1912, reflecting anti-imperialist movement by Muslims of India

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Al-Hilal was indeed the first urdu paper that very bluntly raised anti-imperialist voice in India. It worked the most dangerous project against the British. It was the first call for freedom in the twentieth century british India.

Contents

The Question of AlHilals Objectives
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The Objective of AlHilal and its Political Teachings
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The Dawn of Hope I
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