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See You in Court: How Hazar Imam Took Two Ismailis to Court

For the first time in history, Nizari Ismāʿīlīs are actually now “deeply concerned” about being dragged in court if they do not listen to Hazar Imām. In an unprecedented move, Aga Khan IV sued Alnaz Jiwa and Nagib Tajdin in Canadian courts ignoring his own Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Borad (ICAB) and National Conciliation … Continue reading

Aga Khan’s Ex-Wife Reveals All of His Secrets: From Lollypops to the World’s Biggest Hunk of Sugar

Credit: The below has been taken from the article “From Lollypops to the World’s Biggest Hunk of Sugar” which appeared in the November 28, 1943 edition of “The American Weekly” and is reported on by Lowell Morrill. The original article can be found here and is only reproduced below for ease of reading. His Most Serene Highness, … Continue reading

Rethinking Ismailism

Inside Ismailism