PAKISTAN: The Frontier Gandhi

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan .stands 6 ft. 3 in., and once weighed 220 Ibs. He has a martial beak of a nose and a clipped white beard. Though at 63 he is ailing, he used to look capable of tearing a bullock apart with his hands. For the past 30 years, Ghaffar Khan has practiced and preached nonviolence. He was Gandhi's chief convert among the Moslems, and in the rugged Khyber Pass region he is still known as "the Frontier Gandhi."

A Pathan. and scion of Moslem notables in the North-West Frontier Province, Ghaffar Khan tramped the roads, spreading the...

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