New Democrats appreciate the role of the Ismaili community in our multicultural society, says Thomas Mulcair.
Because I envision a world in which deep, meaningful conversations are abundant, I’m inviting women to come plant the seeds and help create the Authenticity Circle.
Perhaps it is a difficult thing to say, but it is often hard to think of people of Indian origin among us as Tanzanians. At least that is how Prof Karim Hirji, a retired Professor of Mathematics feels about the matter.
…if fellow South Asian Muslims believe that a temporary distancing from Black lives in the current moment can yield long-term privileges of Whiteness, then they are quite mistaken.
Medieval philosophers distinguished between ‘natura naturans’ or the divine Nature in its creative essence, and ‘natura naturata’ or the divine Nature in its effects.
Shenila Khoja-Moolji is a Mellon Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the department of gender, sexuality and women’s studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and an affiliate of the Religious Literacy Project at Harvard Divinity School.
President John Magufuli urges former Arusha Ismailis to think of investing and doing business with Tanzania
Khoja Wiki is launching a free “WRITING BIOGRAPHIES” Workshop for those who wish to write life stories of family members, acquaintances and others, for publishing and/or as family keepsakes.
To commemorate this year’s Imamat Day, Ismaili Gnosis offers its new article, Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Direct Descent from Prophet Muhammad: The Historical Proof
Three books reviewed by Professor Karim H. Karim.
Professor Amir Kassam makes a presentation on: ‘The No-Till revolution: A Worldwide Phenomenon’ at the No-Till how and Conference in Hertfordshire
After moving to Portugal in 1973, Kachra accompanied by his wife Yirgina (Alibhai Chagan) decided to visit the birthplace of his grandfather.
When I close my eyes and envision the perfect collective reality, I see a group of women sitting in a circle, birthing authentic, heartfelt connection.
Reversing agricultural land degradation worldwide, by Amir Kassam
Zainub (Jenna) Bata is a CEDR Accredited Commercial Mediator And Trainer With A Background In Law, Legal Practice And Business.
A 438 page hardcover book, launched in 2014, outlines in great details the early settlement of Ismailis in Mozambique.
The Centre for the Comparative Study of Muslim Societies and Cultures, SFU, and The Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, Aga Khan University (London) present
Ismaili Engagements with the Qur’an: the Ismaili Khojas of South Asia
A short article on Ismaili Muslim Interpretation of the Qur’an
Two iconic international sporting figures are no longer with us.
Among the journalists mentioned in the book is Sultan Jessa, a Canadian journalist, who initially worked as Tanzania’s chief correspondent for the Daily and Sunday Nation
The ninth annual International Summer Program: Expressions of Muslim Diversity is scheduled for the week of July 11-15, 2016
This article is a spontaneous response on the topic of fasting. A pragmatic view necessitates the esoteric inclusion
of the Shai Imami Nizari Ismaili Muslim understanding of fasting.
This book will be of interest to many who originated from Swahili-speaking countries but also the newer generations who travel to East Africa for a variety of reasons