The ideology of Pakistan was founded as a result of ideological clash. History reveals that when the Muslim people entered in the South Asia for trading them, with the trade, started preaching of Islam also and the rays of Islam began to spread over this sub-continent.
The coast of Malabar was lightened first by this light of Islam. As consequence of preaching of Islam, a Hindu Raja (King) accepted Islam. Generally, the beliefs, acts and ideologies of the assesses are also the same as of their ruler.
The acceptance of Islam by the Hindu king, in fact, sowed the seed of Islam in the land of South Asia. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah quoted this in his own words as under:
“The foundation of Islam was laid down on the very first day when a non-Muslim converted into Muslim on this continent.”