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Al Islah, also known as the Khaksar Tehrik weekly, was the weekly newspaper of the Khaksar Movement, also known as Khaksar Tehrik movement. The Khaksar Movement
was a social movement that was established in the year 1931 by Allama Mashriqi, also known as Inayatullah Khan Mashriqi. The Al Islah newspaper was initiated Mashriqi, the founder of the Khaksar Tehrik movement, in the year 1934. The Al Islah was printed, published and distributed from Lahore in British India. It consisted of the various speeches of Allama Mashriqi (Inayatullah Khan Mashriqi) as well as other articles which reflected the message and philosophy of the Khaksar Movement.
The Khaksar Tehrik weekly or Al Islah played a rather significant role in bringing uprise among the general population of British India to acquire freedom for them, as well as for the country from the rule of the British Imperial Government.
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