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 Pakistan Zindabad!

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Zahra Khan (Pakistan)

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Join date : 2016-03-24
Age : 70
Location : Karachi, Pakistan.

PostSubject: Pakistan Zindabad!    Thu Mar 24, 2016 7:44 pm

Zahra Khan. ( زہرہ خان )

Representative of:
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan. ( اسلامی جمہوریہ پاكستان )


Human: 24.
Place: Around 2,000. As a country, only 68.

Brief personality:
Zahra is keen to follow the rules of Unity, Faith and Discipline [Around Pakistan, you’ll see even the youngest of kids being strict about these things]. Her main stress is on education and her religion, also having no known fear, not even death. Although she seems calm at first glance, she’s prone to fight and yell [In Pakistan, road fights are very common. I’ve witnessed a few myself.] However, she does try her best to seem friendly- although she is a bit selfish [ Once, a person was bleeding, and a man wouldn’t offer up his cloth saying it was expensive.] But when it comes to religion, she tries her best to follow the rules of Islam (which includes being charitable.) Though, due to Indian influence, her ways often disobey the traditional Muslim ones- such as her love for dancing, her festivals and holidays, etc. [True Fact.] Let’s not forget her love of bollywood movies as well [In Pakistan, Bollywood is as major there as it is in India. All citizens watch them, whether they like India or not.] Another thing to note is how absolutely competitive she is; she’ll take almost anything as  a challenge and is always determined to win [My dad  told me his friend broke a T.V when Pakistan lost a match in cricket.] Sure, she may be passionate about her religion, but he isn’t an extremist like how others picture her. Despite what people say, she is very trustworthy towards her allies. Zhara tries her best to not let them down and values their relationship more than himself. One thing she hates a lot is being told what to do, she likes to think of herself as an independent woman who can do everything and anything on her own.

Brief physical description:
Zahra has the looks of a Punjabi [The major population of Pakistan,] Brown eyes, tan skin, and deep brown-almost black hair. These looks are very similar to an Indian, [This being because Pakistan used to be apart of India, and most of Pakistan’s older citizens used to be from there,] which causes others to think she’s Indian- often angering her [As she has a huge rivalry with India.] Usually, she’ll be seen wearing a hijab- but that’s rare nowadays [due to both Indian and Western influence.] However, she’ll still be seen wearing traditional salwar-kameez ( سلوار کمیج ) in varying levels of extravagance. She doesn’t wear make-up, only a little bit of kohl around her eyes [It’s popular belief that wearing kohl strenghthens the eyes and protects the wearer from being cursed by the evil eye.]

Brief history:
Pakistan has been independent and under various colonial empires throughout different periods. This region's history also includes some of the oldest empires on the subcontinent and some of its major civilizations making Pakistan a multi-regional state and not only a South Asian one with British-Indian corporating the land by the 18th Century.
Pakistan’s political history began with the All India Muslim League in 1906 to protect Muslim interests. And that so because of under-representation, in case the British Raj decided to grant local self-rule.
On December 29, 1930, Sir Muhammad Iqbal called for an autonomous state in "northwestern India for Indian Muslims".
The All India Muslim League rose to popularity in the late 1930s when Muhammad Ali Jinnah made the “Two Nation Theory”, which led to the “Lahore Resolution” of 1940, demanding the formation of independent states in the East and West of British India.
Eventually, West Pakistan and East Pakistan gained independence from the British, on 14 August 1947. After a civil war, East Pakistan, presently Bangladesh, separated at a considerable distance from the rest of the country, became independent in 1971.
Under the Constitution in 1956, Pakistan declared itself an Islamic republic, but the civilian rule came to an end by the 1958 military coup d'etat by Field Marshal Ayub Khan, who ruled during a period of internal instability and a second war with India in 1965. Economic grievances and political dissent in East Pakistan led to violent political tensions and army repression. A Civil war followed by a third war with India, which ultimately led to the separation of East Pakistan and the birth of Bangladesh.
Civilian rule resumed from 1972 to 1977 under Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. However, Bhutto was deposed by General Zia-ul-Haq, who became the country's third military president.
Shariah replaced secular policies increasing religious influences on the civil service and the military.
With the death of Zia-ul-Haq in 1988, Benazir Bhutto, daughter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, was elected as the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan. Over the next decade, she alternated power with Nawaz Sharif, as the country's political and economic situation worsened. The conflict with India at Kargil was followed by a 1999 coup d'état putting General Pervez Musharraf in the Presidential seat.
Musharraf became President in 2001, after the resignation of Rafiq Tarar. In the 2002 Parliamentary Elections, Musharraf transferred executive powers to the newly elected Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali, who was succeeded in 2004 by Shaukat Aziz.
On November 15, 2007, the National Assembly completed its term and a caretaker government was formed with the former Chairman of The Senate, Muhammad Mian Soomro as Prime Minister.
Several important political developments took place following the assassination of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, the late Benazir Bhutto on December 27, 2007, in Rawalpindi, one of which being her husband Asif Ali Zardari was eventually elected as the new President in 2008. Mamnoon Hussain is holding that office currently.

Religious affiliation:

Any special powers or abilities:
She’s good at cricket.
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