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‘I am the destiny’

Eqbal Ahmad: Pakistani politics, 18 June 1998

The Terrorist Prince: Life and Death of Murtaza Bhutto 
by Raja Anwar, translated by Khalid Hasan.
Verso, 254 pp., £16, January 1997, 1 85984 886 9
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Memoirs of a Bystander: A Life in Diplomacy 
by Iqbal Akhund.
Oxford, 500 pp., £15.99, June 1998, 0 19 577736 0
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Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Pakistan 
by Rafi Raza.
Oxford, 420 pp., £15.95, April 1998, 0 19 577697 6
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... war of 1965, the birth of Bangladesh in 1971 and his fall at the end of the Seventies. Raja Anwar’s The Terrorist Prince tells the macabre story of Bhutto’s son Murtaza’s efforts to avenge his father and bring about an armed revolution in Pakistan. Iqbal Akhund, a diplomat, served under Bhutto at defining moments in Bhutto’s and ...

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