At the top of your paper write the title of the podcast and episode you listened to, then write a one-paragraph summary of the content of the episode. Then answer some combination of the following questions in 2 or more pages (12 point font, 1.5 space):
What does this episode teach us about gender and society?
What information is presented?
How was the information gathered?
What is the perspective of the hosts or story-tellers?
In what ways is the episode a commentary on gender and society? Does the narrative have some historical and/or cultural significance?
The sentiments of brotherhood that Pakistanis have for people of Turkey have their roots in history. This history of Pak-Turkish relations is a story of concern and cooperation .They have been friends and supported each other in time of war as well as peace. The story of their friendship is spread almost over a country. The institutions of Khilafat have occupied a very important place in the history of Islamic peoples. After the sack of Baghdad in 1258 AD the Khilafat passed into the hands of Fatimid rulers of Egypt and finally into those of the Ottoman Sultans in the first half of the sixteen century. The Mughal rulers of India did not recognize the Ottoman sultans as their spiritual head. Instead, they got the Khutbah read in their own name. After the disintegration of Mughal Empire, however, there occurred a change, and the name of the Ottoman caliph was extensively used in sermon from the pulpit at Friday prayers in India. This had little political significance but it showed that sizeable sections of the Muslims community in South Asia regarded the Caliph as the symbol of Islamic unity and a source of spiritual inspiration (Ali, 2001). It was in the year 1897 that a serious agitation started in Aligarh during the Greco-Turkish war against the British Government for helping the Greeks against Turks. At that time Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was obliged to issue a statement to the press informing to British Government that the sympathy of young Muslims for the Turks because of their religious affinity. At the same time latterly Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk who succeeded Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in his office to have a meeting and discussed the situation on the occasion of the British plan grab Aqba, which was restricted by the Sultan Ahmed Khan. He had to pacify the Muslims students of Aligarh by a similar statement. When the Tripoli was attacked by the Italians in 1911 with the connivance of British Government, the agitation of Muslim students was great and they held their meetings in the Mosques to express their resentment against the British Government in a violent langu>GET ANSWER