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an adherent of Ismailism

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ISLAMABAD -- Expressing concern over Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) threats to the Kalash and Ismaili communities, Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khanon Friday said that forcibly converting people to Islam was a violation of Quran and Sunnah.
King Abdullah ordered the release of the predominantly young Shiite Ismailis about six months before the end of their 10-year jail sentence as part of a broader royal pardon for hundreds of inmates in the kingdom to mark the start of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the sources said.
This paper attempts to explore the education system of the Ismaili community of Pakistan, its historical evolution and influence on the community within the social setup of Pakistan.
The Templars themselves acquired numerous castles in Syria in the vicinity of the Ismaili strongholds; and, from the middle of the twelfth century, they evidently received an annual tribute from the Ismailis as a kind of protection payment.
According to HRW, several hundred thousand, "perhaps as many as one million" Ismailis live in the Najran province of Saudi Arabia on the southwestern border with Yemen.
In 1980 Mustafa Ghalib published one version of this important text by the tenth-century Ismaili theorist, the Iranian [da.
It was indeed during their Fatimid centuries that the Ismailis developed a diversity of intellectual traditions and made important contributions to Islamic civilization.
He, however, prefers to see al-Kirmani as himself a Neoplatonist and thus to trace the suspect or problematic doctrines to Neoplatonic sources - particularly, for him, the writings of Proclus - rather than admit that al-Kirmani was personally (and solely) responsible for the adjustment necessary between the one system of thought - for the Ismailis a newer and more Aristotelian approach - with an older Neoplatonism.
By ALLAUDIN QURESHIA unique festival that is designed to encourage a deeper appreciation of the artistic expressions within the Ismaili community has captured the imagination of our culturally awake showgoers in the past couple of weeks.
CHITRAL -- Prince Karim Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili community, said that peace is must for development of the region.
ISLAMABAD -- Prince Karim Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, arrived in Islamabad on an official visit to the country on the invitation of President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday.
All municipal facilities will be provided at the gatherings of the Ismaili community people during these programs in different areas of the city.
I am not affected by suggestions in print that I live a luxurious Western life, while most Ismailis live in underdeveloped Eastern countries (he went on).
The Ismaili Centre Toronto and the new museum are "helping to increase awareness of Arab culture across North America", he said, noting Ismailis are thankful to Canada for welcoming refugees who fled Uganda in 1972 to find a safe haven in Canada.
Karachi -- Deploring the May 13 despicable gun attack on Ismailis in Karachi, Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali said that terrorists were now hitting soft targets.