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The first ever 'THESIS' on Israel-Palestine Conflict by Altaf Hussain released


The first ever 'THESIS' on Israel-Palestine Conflict by Altaf Hussain released
 Posted on: 11/13/2023
The first ever 'THESIS' on Israel-Palestine Conflict by Altaf Hussain released

STUDENTS URGED TO DEEPLY STUDY THE THESIS FOR DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONFLICT


LONDON. [UK]. NOV 13, 2023:
Mr Altaf Hussain, founder and leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), has recently released his thesis on the Palestine-Israel conflict, based on extensive historical research, he made with toiling efforts.
Thesis was unveiled by Mr Hussain during a live video address, broadcasted globally through social media platforms.
In his speech, he expressed his motivation behind writing thesis, stating that witnessing the ongoing events in Palestine compelled him to shed light on the history and facts surrounding this longstanding conflict. Over the course of a month, Mr Hussain diligently verified historical references from various books and online sources.
He proudly displayed the handwritten copy of his paper to the audience, emphasising the extensive effort and dedication put into the preparation of this thesis.
Mr Hussain urged all viewers, particularly young people and students of history, to study this research paper attentively in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of the history, background, and facts pertaining to the conflict.
The thesis was presented to Mr Hussain by the conver of MQM Mustafa Azizabadi, International Information Secretary Qasim Ali Raza, and other members of the central committee. Additionally, Mr Hussain acknowledged the efforts of Deputy Convenors of the Coordination Committee and members who attended the ceremony via video link. Their contributions to the thesis were commended and praised.

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