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Supplications and Adhkaar (zikr) in Ismaili Jamatkhanas

The following are the shirk-infested adhkaar recited by Ismailis in their Jamatkhanas behind closed door. No wonder Muslims are not allowed to enter and listen to these. Shirk-infested Zikr # 1: Ya Ali adrikni, Ya Ali agisani, Har bala tu dur kar mushkil kusha Mowla Ali, Har bala tu dur kar Karim Shah Mowla Ali Translation: … Continue reading

A Brief History of Khoja Community

A history of when Aga Khan I came to India and ordered the Khoja community to either pay up his version of charity called “Dasond” directly to him or leave the community. This is when Habib Ibrahim and eleven of his brothers (collectively known as “Barbhai” or “Bara Bhai” or “Twelve Brothers”) stood up against Aga … Continue reading

Redirecting The Ismā‘īlī Du‘a’ Towards Allah

Allah says in the Glorious Quran, Surat Ghāfir (The Forgiver), Chapter 40, Verse 60: وَقَالَ رَبُّكُمُ ادْعُونِي أَسْتَجِبْ لَكُمْ ۚ إِنَّ الَّذِينَ يَسْتَكْبِرُونَ عَنْ عِبَادَتِي سَيَدْخُلُونَ جَهَنَّمَ دَاخِرِينَ Translation: Your Lord said: ‘Invoke Me, and I will accept your prayers. Surely those who are too proud to worship Me shall enter Hell, utterly abased. Man makes … Continue reading

Al Karimi Multipurpose Cooperative Society | Ismaili Community Frauds

A friend of mine was going through a severe financial crisis – the details of which he never revealed. One day however, he broke down and shared his sad story with me. My friend belongs to Ismaili community and he invested all his life savings into a community property project Al Karimi which lately discovered a biggest fraud … Continue reading

Takmil-e-Deen and the Need for a Living Imam: Part 2

In this part, we will look at a number of ahadith signaling the end of prophethood and the perfection and completion of religion, scholarly references and Quranic evidences. It is narrated from the Prophet (pbuh) that: “I have been honored over the Prophets with six (things): I have been given jawami’ al-kalaam, I have been aided by … Continue reading

Rethinking Ismailism

Inside Ismailism