Great that writer have brought out this perspective however though the study of history theoretically is right there is some problem with the deductions. At times the conclusions are derived from the history and not just read plainly. While his vision didn't include a proverbial map and a flag, his vision of combining the Muslims into a single unit led to the concrete concept of Pakistan. Sometimes a vision is early for it times and when iqbal presented his vision it was early in time for separate homeland. Remember that Jinnah initially also wanted a unified country with rights for Muslims. However iqbal vision led to vision of Pakistan, and yes iqbal wasn't orthodox Muslim but he had mystical, spiritual tendencies which led him to believe in Muslim ummah rather than countries, hence the vision of cohesiveness among Muslims rather then a separate country.
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