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Akbar Khoja

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Akbar Khoja has written 85 posts for Inside Ismailism

The Aga Khans by Mihir Bose

In 1985 a book of mine on the history of the Aga Khans was banned on the grounds it offended the feelings of the Ismaili community, whose spiritual leader is the Aga Khan. Mihir Bose in “70 years after independence, the India I know is losing its way“, The Telegraph Download Link 1Download Link 2Download … Continue reading

Jamia Binoria affirms it’s stance on Ismāʿīlism

Jamia Binoria is one of the largest Islamic educational institutions in Karachi founded by the well-known Mufti Muhammad Naeem with notable alumni such as Shaykh Nasir Jangda (founder of al-Qalam Institute),  Mufti Mohammad Farhan, PhD and Shaykh Suhayl Teli.  It was 2008 when a Muslim male approached Jamia Binoria for seeking clarification if he could marry … Continue reading

Why did Aga Khan move to Portugal?

When the news of Aga Khan moving his headquarters to Portugal was broken to the Ismaili community, no one exactly knew why the move was made. However, the only thing which each and every Ismaili was taught to say was how ‘great’ Portugal was, and that it was now the new ‘home’ to Aga Khan’s … Continue reading

NAB recovers cash and valuable assets from Secretary and Treasurer of Karimabad Co-operative Housing Society

NAB KARACHI RECOVERS HUGE CASH AND VALUABLE ASSETS FROM BARKAT ALI, HON. SECRETARY & AMIN MUHAMMAD KARIM FAZWANI. HON. TERASURER. KARACHI, 7th August 2018: In line with vision of Chairman NAB Justice Javed Iqbal “Accountability for All” by adopting Zero tolerance Policy against corruption”, and under the supervision of DG NAB Karachi Mr. Mohammad Altaf … Continue reading

The Aga Khan: A near myth

Nobody likes to be rejected, but when you are a billionaire spiritual leader unused to having people stand in your way, the consequences tend to be dramatic. Such is the case with the Aga Khan, who for the second time in 13 years has reacted to a perceived slight by turning his back on Britain … Continue reading

Karimabad Cooperative Society Office Bearers Arrested by NAB

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) arrested five suspects in a cooperative society fraud case, said a NAB spokesperson on Saturday. The accountability body conducted a series of raids on Friday and Saturday respectively and apprehended five suspects who were wanted in an investigation against office holders of the Karimabad Ismailia Multipurpose Cooperative Society Karachi. The … Continue reading

Mumtaz Ladha guilty of Human Trafficking and Slavery

Mumtaz Ladha, a Ismaili woman disguised as a poster-lady ‘philanthropist’ of her Ismaili community, was actually a human trafficker – caught red-handed with a slave from Africa in her house in Vancouver. The 21-year old African woman as promised of a job in a West Vancouver hair salon, but was actually fed table scraps, had to wash the cars of … Continue reading

The Nizari Ismaili Trinity, Chapter 2: Proofs from Kalam-e-Imam-e-Mubin

After a detailed analysis of the Ismaili Dua in which we analyzed how Ismāʿīlis are made to invoke Karim Aga Khan in their daily prayers in our previous article, we now analyze how Aga Khan himself, over the course of the last century emphasized his position as the present-day reincarnation of ʿAlī‎ (ra) and how … 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

Holy Terror: How Ismailis laid foundations of terrorism in the name of Islam

During the Crusades, the Ismailis, then known as the Assassins, tamed more powerful enemies using a shocking means: murder. The ancestors of Ismailis are still remembered and honored today as ‘fidais’ (فدائی) in the Ismaili Jamatkhanas. Continue reading