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India vs. Pakistan
Since their birth as independent nations in 1947, India and Pakistan have been at odds with each other. Their first conflict arose over the question of separating the Hindus into India and the Muslims into Pakistan. The Muslims and Hindus had been living in relative harmony in India during the reign of the British Empire, but, when India's independence movement was started, extreme Muslim leaders began to petition for a separate Muslim state. Muhammad Ali Jinna, the leader of these Muslim leaders, was one of the people responsible for organizing the independence movement, along with Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi.
Once the British ceded control of the subcontinent to Nehru and Gandhi, Jinna lobbied them hard for the creation of a separate Muslim state. Nehru and Gandhi reluctantly agreed, and asked the British to have a separate Muslim state founded. …
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