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In the next five years he’ll be 17 and go off to college and then get a job and get married and have his own home. I remember that I used to sit at the head of the table because I was the eldest child. I grew up at a time when colonialism had just ended. His horse who was frightened; he tamed the horse because he understood it was the shadow that frightened the horse. Benazir Bhutto’s Parents – Zulfikar Ali Bhutto & Begum Nusrat Ispahani. More than that, she was the first woman ever to serve as prime minister of an Islamic country, but the road that brought her to power had already led through exile, imprisonment and devastating personal tragedy. I’d stay, but I still didn’t think I’d ever be prime minister. Young Benazir too was repeatedly arrested, then imprisoned, and finally forced into exile, but she never abandoned the hope of restoring democracy to her homeland. The world is changing, and I think that in the new global century you can have a career without being in government. I think idealism is very important. Although Benazir Bhutto did not live to see these developments, the party she led and the causes she championed still play a major role in the political life of contemporary Pakistan. Benazir Bhutto: That would be very nice. As you say, you led a life of privilege amidst great poverty. Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari is no ordinary Pakistani citizen. I used to go to a convent school, the Convent of Jesus and Mary. I was very studious. She made hunger, housing and healthcare her top priorities, and looked forward to continuing to modernize Pakistan. So I was very much into saving the world. People can’t see you. You know, Massachusetts was the only state that voted for McGovern, so it showed how idealistic we were compared to the rest of the world. And he was very sick and my mother wanted to send him to the doctor, and I remember he didn’t want to go to the doctor. So I have these ambiguous feelings, “Is it right or not?” But I’ve always had a strong sense of duty, so I feel that I ought to go and put myself over as a candidate. A post shared by Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari (@bakhtawarbz). Her father was the politician Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and her mother was Begum Nusrat Ispahani, of Iranian Kurdish parentage. That’s the world I’d like to see. Whereas for my father, he broke free of those constraints, and he insisted that I have an education. Directed by Duane Baughman, Johnny O'Hara. You can’t even think about politics without having a law degree or a medicine degree or engineering, some degree.” So I temper their enthusiasm. No man will want to marry her.” So all the time, for her, success depended on having a good catch as a husband, and having children. Although she was herself a devout Muslim, her reforms frequently brought her into conflict with the same religious fundamentalists who had opposed the election of a woman as prime minister. In 1977, Benazir Bhutto’s last year at Oxford, the Prime Minister was removed from office when the military took over the government in a coup d’etat. That never happened in other homes, and I should have asked my father when I had the chance, but he enabled me to appreciate that a woman is not a lesser creature. Nobody could do it, but he sliced it. Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan 1977-1984. Of the 12 years I’ve been married, my husband has been behind bars for seven, so I say, “How is it life?” Again we are in politics, and the children won’t have the mother or the father, and my son is now 12. She made hunger and health care her top priorities, brought electricity to the countryside, and built schools all over the country. of her father, Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was toppled in a coup. The public response to her return was tumultuous, and she publicly called for the resignation of Zia Ul Haq, whose government had executed her father. Could you begin by telling us something about your childhood in Karachi? She was elected co-chairwoman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), along with her mother, and when free elections were finally held in 1988, she herself became Prime Minister. It was a very strange world of divisions, and it liberated women. Well, thank you for giving us this opportunity. According to reports, the gala ceremony was attended by 100-150 guests, including Bakhtawar's father, Asif Ali Zardari, who was admitted to a hospital in October. And there was a lot of hue and cry against the population program, but we did it by recruiting 50,000 women from different villages, and training them in three-month installments. We all knew kickbacks must be taken. The news has been confirmed by both the bride as well as the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). So really one becomes a prisoner. Not personally but on the level that, “These things happen.” It wasn’t like, “We are here to change it.” It was like, “This is how business is done.” In retrospect, I think that I would have done many, many, many things differently. It’s a strange thing to say today, but in those days people thought that it was indecent for a woman to work and “good women” (in inverted commas) didn’t work. Engagement ceremony of Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, elder daughter of slain former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and former president Asif Ali Zardari, took place at Bilawal House on November 27. Power is such a strange phenomenon that one gets isolated from the real world. I think that as nation states begin to become weaker because of the force of globalization, there will be a greater reversion to ethnicity and to religious violence. And, “You have a debt and you’ve got to come back and pay that debt by serving your people.”. First you’ve got to get a job and you’ve got to get a profession. Benazir’s mausoleum, where she was buried next to her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was seen teeming with PPP supporters. So it was in that sort of moment when I realized the responsibility that I had taken over could lead me all the way to an office that could govern the destiny of more than 100 million Muslims in Pakistan. Everyone is looking towards America, and the American people have their own problems. I remember the iodized salt; the clerics said, “You shouldn’t eat iodized salt because it has really got population control in it, and you won’t be able to have any children.”  So we did take on an agenda that frightened the people who believed in the status quo, and who actually believed in a tribal patriarchal society, because to a great extent there is still an undercurrent of a patriarchal society in Pakistan. She should be assassinated! They can’t phone you. But at the same time we got the three years to eliminate polio, to build schools and electrify villages. The video shows Bakhtawar arriving for the ceremony with her father Asif Zardari and younger sister Asifa. It’s a game of mathematics. You came back. Begum Nusrat Bhutto (Kurdish: نوسره‌ت بوتو ‎; Sindhi: نصرت ڀٽو ‎; Urdu: نُصرت بُھٹّو ‎; born as Nusrat Ispahani; 23 March 1929 – 23 October 2011) was an Pakistan public figure of Iranian-Kurdish origin, who served as spouse of the Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1971 until the 1977 coup, and as a senior member of the federal cabinet between 1988 and 1990. Benazir Bhutto: When I was a very young child I remember I was always against violence. I have buried a father martyred at the age 50 and two brothers killed in the prime age of their lives. The base of women who can win elections to parliament is too small, but former Primer Minister Nawaz Sharif’s wife has also started politicking, which is really a vindication for us, because they used to be very much against women coming out into the political field. Later that year, President Musharraf resigned, and Asif Ali Zardari was elected President of Pakistan. And I remember the parrot fluttering and I can’t bear to see blood to this day or killing. So I have that sort of hesitation. The shawl, which happens to be the handiwork of designer Nida Azwer, features Benazir's photo and also narratesBakhtawar's life story in pictures. My father put a great emphasis on education, and I found that he would always be so pleased when I did well. And meantime in Pakistan my father had been trying to empower the ordinary Pakistanis and telling them that they could break free of the shackles of feudalism and a military industrial complex. Benazir Bhutto: It was a victory for women everywhere. It came gradually. Although she was greeted by enthusiastic crowds, within hours of her arrival, her motorcade was attacked by a suicide bomber. Bakhtawar took to … The love was so much that it was enriching. Benazir Bhutto: My father was always championing the cause of the poor. So it was quite shocking to me, and I was sensitive to it because my father was sensitive to it. Benazir Bhutto: I didn’t have any doubts. So I went back really at the right time. I had a love for learning. I — as a nation — was against the Vietnam war, but I found that my American fellow students were against that war too. Fatima Bhutto grow up in Karachi and Syria and got Bachelors degree from Barnard College and master degree from University of London. The party leadership agreed that his father, Asif Ali Zardari, would serve as acting chairman of the party until Bilawal completed his studies in England. In 1979 he was hanged by the military government of General Zia Ul Haq. I remember people walking barefoot and bare-backed because of the poverty. In the span of 15 years, however, Murtaza managed to gain considerable notoriety for a brand of politics that has moved in a direction that was diametrically opposed to Benazir's. Now things are much leaner and meaner. Now in reflection, I would like to ask him, “What made you do things differently?”. After completing her early education in Pakistan, she pursued her higher education in the United States. Meanwhile, the PPP entered into a broad coalition, including the party of Bhutto’s former rival Nawaz Al-Sharif, and scored an overwhelming victory in the 2008 election. I think it is very, very important to have ideals, because when one has ideals one thinks the suffering is worth it. There were hard liners, they rejected compromise. There’s another thing I remember. After completing her undergraduate degree at Radcliffe she studied at England’s Oxford University, where she was awarded a second degree in 1977. In the process, she was subjected to repeated detentions, intimidation, coercion as well as physical and mental hardships to abandon her struggle. The loss of the country’s most popular democratic leader plunged Pakistan into turmoil, intensifying the dangerous instability of a nuclear-armed nation in a highly volatile region. I read mostly about people who were achievers. We’ve always been hounded, or we’re governing. Maybe I’m a needy person, maybe I need love. He was deposed in a … If you ask a man what he wants to be, he’ll turn around and say, “A businessman,” or “A lawyer,” but the girl students that I talked to all wanted to be prime minister. The Social Justice iBook opens up the compelling, inspiring and selfless world of social justice, giving readers a better understanding of how empowering others, promoting equality and exposing injustice can change the very fabric of our society. Many said it was a beautiful gesture that should be passed on in future generations. I think I was about four, and my younger sister was two. Exams weren’t important, although I still did it because I was scared my father would get cross, but I discovered that life was more than my homework and my tuitions and my tutorial. 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I remember him coming back and saying that a man came and said, “I don’t have any money to pay you for this case.” Some other case he’d been involved in. Benazir Bhutto once quoted to have said, ‘‘I have led an unusual life. In her next Instagram post, Bakhtawar shared another interesting piece of information that has struck a chord with her followers. Several universities and public buildings in Pakistan bear Benazir Bhutto’s name, while her career influenced a number of activists, including Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Malala Yousafzai. If a young person came to you who wanted to live a life of activism, a political life, what would your advice be to them? Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (1928 -1979), the ninth Prime Minister of Pakistan, from 1973-1977, and the fourth President of Pakistan, from 1971-1973, and father of Benazir Bhutto. As a woman, as a politician, as a leader, how much room is there for idealism in political leadership and achieving your goals? I wish I had tackled the so-called corruption issues more deeply. They want to milk the Bhutto name, both Benazir Bhutto and her father, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. It was when I was in prison and everyone was cut off from me, my family, my friends, food, even couldn’t get a glass of water without having to beg somebody for it who came twice a day with my food, and no ice. The Pakistani public was shocked by this turn of events, and PPP supporters were divided over the charges against Zardari. First they would train for three months. Why don’t you go and live in London or Paris or Switzerland or Washington, and you are well taken care of, and have some happiness because you have seen too much suffering.” I reached out through the prison bars, and I remember grasping his hands and saying, “No, papa, I will continue the struggle that you began for democracy.”. She was the first woman in Karachi to own a car and to drive, and people used to talk about her because they said, you know, “We’re not supposed to drive cars.” But when I look back on it, it was my mother who taught that a woman grew up to be married and to have children, and she would tell my father in front of me, “Why do you want to educate her? At the time of her death, Bialawal was only 19, still an undergraduate at Oxford. Bakhtawar is getting engaged to Mahmood Choudhry on November 27. What It Takes is an audio podcast produced by the American Academy of Achievement featuring intimate, revealing conversations with influential leaders in the diverse fields of endeavor: public service, science and exploration, sports, technology, business, arts and humanities, and justice. Material, physical, everything. Do you ever stop and think back on how you might have handled things differently in your career, in your life? Benazir wore a smart, designer jacket, her head was covered in a white dupatta and her adoring, million-strong supporters were a riot of colour. When I first got elected, they said, “A woman has usurped a man’s place! What do you see ahead for yourself? Her mother, Nusrat Bhutto, was elected to parliament in the 1980s and was a leader of the democratic opposition. I’d go to other people’s homes, and I remember a friend of mine — they couldn’t eat food until the brothers had finished, and the leftovers would be given to the daughters. I had lived through this era of military dictatorship when the press would write all sorts of things and it would be water off the duck’s back. Now I see the crisis is bigger and people expect me to overcome the bigger crisis, and I have that apprehension of “How will I do it if he’s not there to be dealing with some of the tribal lords and people who are in parliament?” You can’t wish them away. Even my own husband, when he married me, he thought I was under delusions that I could beat a military dictator, and he thought that, “When she wakes up and finds out that it’s all wrong and she can’t, then I’ll be there to console her.” Little knowing that I was the one who had to console him when I won. There would be people saying, “Women are second class citizens, women don’t have the same rights as men, and how can you think that people will elect you?” My father would say, “My daughter will be making me more proud.” I always felt that I could become prime minister if I wanted to. She was Pakistan’s first and to date only female Prime Minister. Bhutto was born at the Pinto's Nursing Home on 21 June 1953 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. So from that moment I realized that God is always with one, so what gave me the faith and sustenance was my belief that God places a burden on people to bear and He places only that burden which they can bear. How did this influence you? I feel that life is like — or society is like — a canvas, and that if we get office you are given an opportunity to paint it. Each individual is given life once to lead, and each individual deserves a chance to succeed, especially if they are prepared to work hard. It was all about reaching out. His daughter — and Schofield — fought for his life. Benazir Bhutto: His (my father’s) execution changed that, because I felt I just couldn’t let his blood, and the blood of all those others who had died — because the dictator hanged so many people who were supportive of him. She was born 29 May 1982 in Kabul. India had its first glimpse of Benazir Bhutto as a teenager when she accompanied her father and then prime minister of Pakistan, Z. I’d be sitting there when women would come to my mother and say, “Take my children, we can’t feed them.”, My father was a lawyer. Now, after having been in politics for more than two decades, I have come to the strong conclusion that the difference between somebody who succeeds and somebody who fails is the ability to absorb a setback. Close by sat Mazhar Ali Khan, father of famous Pakistani writer Tariq Ali, plus a host of other VIPs and friends. The same photo had a unique feature that not too many social media users noticed at first. Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, daughter of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto and Former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari, has gotten engaged to Dubai-based businessman Mahmood Choudhry. Only a few weeks before the election, the extremists struck again. Benazir Bhutto’s father was the politician Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was the leader of Pakistan from 1971 until 1977, when he was overthrown by the military. Not to compromise the core of my values, but I seek the middle way and I tried do that. She survived this first assassination attempt, although more than 100 bystanders died in the attack. Her mother, Nusrat Bhutto, was elected to parliament in the 1980s and was a leader of the democratic opposition. I tell them, “Wait a minute. Islamabad: Former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto and ex-president Asif Ali Zardari's daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari is all set to get engaged at the end of this month. I didn’t want the fear, the worries. Bhutto’s father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, served as President of Pakistan from 1971 to 1973, and then as Prime Minister from 1973 to 1977, founding the incredibly influential Pakistan People’s Party (PPP). Now the world has changed much more. I remember a very dear friend of mine in college years, who I have hardly seen since, Wendy Lesser. They said, “The prime minister is a woman, why can’t we work?”  I remember being told a story about a lady who wanted to be a pilot, and went for an interview, and the chairman, who happened to be from the armed forces, laughed and said, “Come back to me when we have a woman prime minister.”   Well she did, and she got the job, and now there are more woman pilots too. She was elected a second time in 1993, but the president of the country dismissed her from office and dissolved the National Assembly. There was a sense of adventure in going to unmapped places, braving beasts of unknown description, to conquer the world. Her father, Zulfikar, held both the positions of President and Prime Minister of Pakistan during his lifetime. It gave me strength, nurturance. Kate Millet had just written her book and I remember all the discussions we’d have about which of us women would succeed. The others didn’t like to sit down and do their homework, but I loved doing it. Benazir Bhutto: 1953. So I also tried to be very aggressive and warmongering in my second term to try and co-opt my opposition. Before the engagement, it was highly speculated that Bakhtawar would be recreating her mother's nikkah look. I remember starting out with King Alfred of England, and the cakes that he burned when he got lost and was taken in and given refuge. Benazir Bhutto: Ethnic and religious violence. You came to America to go to college. My father always would say my daughter will go into politics. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Benazir’s father and President of the Republic of Pakistan, was deposed in 1977 after the military coup by General Muhammad Zia ul-Haq. But we’d sit there having these intense conversations about women succeeding. Pakistan's first woman prime minister, Benazir Bhutto, was a trailblazer who faced many trials and tribulations in her political career. We’ve enjoyed talking to you. Benazir Bhutto: A very important influence. How have you dealt with these enormous obstacles and challenges in your life? Only days after young Benazir Bhutto returned to her native Pakistan from university studies abroad, the country’s elected government was overthrown. Benazir Bhutto was born in Karachi, Pakistan to a prominent political family. She represented the political party Popular Party of Pakistan (PPP), a center-left party. Be ready to pay that price and you can contribute to the welfare of society, and society will acknowledge you and respect you for it. In the wake of her death, rioting erupted throughout the country. I’m not a fundamentalist but I am very devout, and I believe that God places a burden on one’s shoulders that he feels that you can bear. I used to meet my party people, I used to meet poor people in the villages, and they were all very happy because we were doing poverty alleviation and so on. Benazir Bhutto, twice Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996) and then-leader of the opposition Pakistan Peoples Party, had been campaigning ahead of elections scheduled for January 2008. Then he was unjustly hanged by a military dictator. Benazir Bhutto’s father was sentenced to death and was under house arrest with his family, until he was executed by hanging in 1979. So for them being in politics is natural and they play games about who is going to be prime minister. As the larger issues of communism and capitalism fade away, the focus in my view is turning more and more to the human being, and with more women coming into the work force or into the press, there is a sense that women leaders will be sensitive to the needs of mother and child. So it was really at that time a sense of vindicating them rather than having my own agenda. My association with Bibi (Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto) covered a span of over three decades until her death. You cannot just be in politics — or if you really want something — it is not an eight to five job. I had experience in Pakistan and in America, and I had seen it succeed. So — and they didn’t want to fight the war. But I think we need to also make it easier for women to win elections in Pakistan, and that’s why we have proposed affirmative action: a kind of list system where, on the basis of votes that each party gets, they can then list about 25 percent or 33 percent women to bring more women into parliament. How can a woman succeed?” Not necessarily in politics, but I wanted to be a diplomat. Benazir Bhutto takes over the leadership of the party of Pakistan’s Peoples Party (PPP) after the military takeover toppled the government of her father, after that she won the election of 1988 and became the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan and gave the message to the world of Muslim nation that a woman can also run the government. Then I remember a later president who was from my own party. And we must emotionally protect ourselves from unfair, often vicious attacks made on us via the male members of our family. At the same time, she has been accused of corruption and bad governance. Later that year she returned to Pakistan, where her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, had been elected Prime Minister, but days after her arrival, the military seized power and her father was imprisoned. Benazir Bhutto: If my children go into politics? She had three siblings, one sister, Sanam Bhutto, and two younger brothers, Murtaza Bhutto and Shahnawaz Bhutto. Benazir Bhutto: In life there are challenges, but I think leadership is very much predicated on the capacity to absorb defeat and overcome it. Could they break the barriers? All the guests were asked to undergo a Covid-19 test beforehand and photography was not allowed. Benazir Bhutto once quoted to have said, ‘‘I have led an unusual life. She settled in London, and along with her two brothers, she founded an underground organization to resist the military dictatorship. A riveting documentary of the recently assassinated Benazir Bhutto, a polarizing figure in the Muslim world. And my mother, she used to be a working woman herself, she joined the National Guards. I want my daughter to have the same opportunities.”, Benazir Bhutto: I really don’t know, because I never had a chance to ask him. Bhutto was rushed to the hospital but soon succumbed to injuries suffered in the attack. In 1996, President Leghari of Pakistan dismissed Benazir Bhutto from office, alleging mismanagement, and dissolved the National Assembly. And the first time — you know, you’re spoiled as prime minister, you have your own planes to go and everything like that, you don’t catch passenger planes or go through immigration — you know, security checks. Is really for a refresher to learn something more say, you led a life privilege! 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