Book review – Harvest Will Come (New Book by Iqbal Tareen)

A new book by an American of Sindhi-Pakistani origin is published. The book contains selected articles, correspondence and speeches of Mr. Tareen, who is a noted human rights, and political rights activist.  Mr. Tareen is former President of Sindhi Association of North America (SANA) and founder President of Jeeay Sindh Students Federation (JSSF) (1960-70s). Mr. Tareen is current president of Washington based civic group called “Forum for Democracy and Justice in Pakistan” The book contains Mr. Tareen’s vision for Pakistan and Sindh, socio-economic and Political challenges that country and province face.

It also contains correspondence between him and Mohtarma Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, his few letters to US administration including Secretary of State, Chairman Senate Foreign Relations Committee and now VP Joe Biden, his speeches to different protest demonstration outside White House on democracy issues in Pakistan. The Book also reflects on his association with politicians of Sindh late GM Syed and Rasool Bux Palijo.

Book provides Writer’s excellent reflections on Sindh and his vision under several articles such as :

1. Sindh on the Threshold of 21th Century,

2. Sindh in the Eye of Terror,

3. Sindh Vision 2020,

4. US Sindhis Demand equity in Indus Commission,

5. 11 Guardians of Indus,

6. Chauvinism lurking out of Punjab,

7. Sindh is mother of Pakistan,

8. Government warned against division of Sindh

And the master piece of the book is valuable, thoughtful and beautiful article “Harvest will come” the title of the book, which is an excellent & refreshing analysis of change in modern history specially since 1820 to latest, how world has moved forward over the years, and writer believes “No matter how hard they try they cannot deny you dreams and hope. They might have stolen the day but tomorrow belongs to you.

Have faith, the harvest will come.

The Book is useful for those who have interest in Sindh’s Political issues, democracy in Pakistan and its American connections, also how does enlightened Pakistani Diaspora thinks of its own country.

For Contact Author Iqbal Tareen at iqbal.tareen@gmail.com

8 thoughts on “Book review – Harvest Will Come (New Book by Iqbal Tareen)”

  1. Dear Sir,
    Hoping you are fine with your family members, I pray for your good health,
    The people of sindh are looking to you, when you will come in Pakistan permanently.

  2. its really commendable efforts to write book on the beautiful land of the World and you have proved where you have been no matter Sindh was always shadow on you and you have proved yourself that you are true son of soil who thinks and works for sindh.
    Jeay Latif

  3. Hello Mr. Tareen,
    Congratulations on your new book. Where is this book available in the US.
    best regards,
    RD

    1. Dear Nusar,

      I am sorry for not receiving your response earlier than today. It will be my pleasure to provide you the complimentary copy of my book. Please go over to Saeen Noor Ahmed Sindhi at Sindhica Press and pick up your copy.

      Send me an email at iqbal.tareen@gmail.com after receiving this message.

      Regards,

      Iqbal Tareen

      1. Mr.Tareen,
        I would very much like to read your book, Where is the book available in the US?

        Sincerely,
        Robert Castimore

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