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yes they found too much information about the hijra

it was that:to many muslims however the khilafat movement was not about opposing the british. it was about protecting and fostering islam . during the year when the movement was at its strongest , western dress and hair style became less popular & the idea grew, particularly in the north-west frontier & sindh that disregard of thre law of islam by the british made India a dar-ul -harb(enemy teritory). consequently in august 1920 ,18000 muslims set of on a hijrat (migration ) to Afghanistan . they sold thier land & property and began the long trek with their few remaining possessions in carts & their wives & childrens walking beside them . the journey was long & difficult , but the emegrants were told that the afghan govenrnment would welcome thm and that fertile feilds would be made available for them to plant their crops. the truth was very different. the afghanis did not welcome the idea of such huge numbers suddenly decendig upon thir country. the emegrants were refused entry and forcibly sent back to what now is part of Pakistan . when they got back to their villages more problems awaited them ; they hadno jobs and whatever property they owned was i the handsof others(by attiya mustafa)

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