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Institute of Ismaili Studies shames their own Imam in “Advent of the Fatimids”

Every Ismāʿīlī child is made to believe that Fatimid period was a glorious one when sciences, arts, social justice and tolerance reached their peak and after the decline in Fatimid rule, ʾIslām has been on the decline and never recovered its glorious past. In this article, we discuss publication by the Institute of Ismāʿīlī Studies … Continue reading

“Ismailis Worship Me” – Aga Khan III

One of the most stunning discoveries which have been made through our dive into the banished 20th century Ismaili texts, is the claim of Aga Khan III himself where he claimed that Ismailis worship him. This statement was previously shunned away as being ‘cooked up’ by the Western gossip press, but now, one of the books published by none other than the Ismailia Association of Pakistan. The book is titled “Ever Living Guide” and is authored by Jaffer Kassim Ali. Continue reading

Nowruz in Ismailism: Why Ismailis Celebrate Nowruz

Sometimes, too much is celebrated and too little is known about Navroz (or Nowruz) in Ismailism. We analyze this festival in the light of history and evidence available through Ismaili thought leaders as follows: About Nowruz Nowruz in Zoroastrianism Nowruz in Shia Islam Nowruz in Nizari Ismailism Exposing Nizari Ismaili Lies about Nowruz Nowruz Did Not Start at 10:20 … Continue reading

Rethinking Ismailism

Inside Ismailism