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  • The Legend of Leyli and Majnun (http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/magazine/63_folder/63_articles/63_legendleyli.html)
  • Nizami, Jamal al-Din Ilyas (http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Teahouse/Figures.html#Nizami). A biography by Prof. Iraj Bashiri, University of Minnesota.

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REPORT of THE COURT OF INQUIRY - Newspapers - The ‘Maghribi Pakistan’ (4494 words)
Nizami said that the entire agitation had been inspired by Government and that it could be stopped immediately if the Government so liked because the papers which were engaged in the campaign could not afford to disobey the directions of Government.
Nizami then pointed to Mir Nur Ahmad and said that he was the arch criminal in the matter because it was he who was having all articles on the movement written.
Nizami alleged at that party that Mir Nur Ahmad was responsible for carrying on this campaign in the newspapers and that Mir Nur Ahmad said nothing to contradict the allegation.
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