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an adherent of Ismailism

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He noted the warm welcome that Portugal offered almost half a century ago to Ismailis fleeing the Mozambiquan civil war.
This steady growth continued until the early 1970s when political changes in many Asian and African countries led to the arrival of large numbers of Ismailis in Canada.
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.The Ismaili Kenya Arts Festival 2018 has been launched as the community commemorates 60 years (Diamond Jubilee) since His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan became the 49th hereditary Imam.
CHITRAL -- Prince Karim Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili community, said that peace is must for development of the region.
As for the Western media's relentless charge that the Aga Khan lives a 'lavish' or 'affluent life', the Ismaili Imam has answered and dismissed the veracity of these claims on multiple occasions.
Canadian Ambassador to the UAE Arif Lalani said in an address that Canada's welcome in the early 1970s to Ugandan Ismailis reflected Islamic values of helping people in need.
He said that law enforcement agencies should be given some time to track down the actual perpetrators of the gun assault which left 45 Ismailis killed in Karachi on May 13.
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.
The Ismailis, who make up the majority of Salamiya's 100,000 population, are an anomaly among Syria's minorities.
Ali Al-Harazi, a merchant in Sana'a and one of the Ismailis, said counter-terrorism forces detained five Ismailis, a child named Nasser Al-Harazi among them, after Ali died from an explosive package meant for his father.
In the three regions, three Muslim sects, Ismailis, Ithna'asharis and Sunnis inhabit.
Najran was the scene of violent clashes in 2000, when hundreds of Ismailis clashed with police.
The majority population in Takhar belongs to the Sunni faith of Islam, while a small number of Tajik Ismailis reside in a few villages in the northern part of the province.
The area was the scene of violent clashes in 2000, when hundreds of Ismailis, who are a majority in Najran, clashed with police.
Ismailis in Medieval Muslim Societies analyses Ismaili history and thought in medieval times.