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Akbar Khoja

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Akbar Khoja has written 69 posts for Inside Ismailism

The Aga Khan, The Bahamas and The Trudeaus

How the Aga Khan manipulated the Canadian government for obtaining $310 million in grants from taxpayers’ money from 2004-2016, bought the most expensive island in The Bahamas for $100 million while himself ‘donating’ $1 million to the Bahamas National Trust, and called the Canadian PM and the Liberal Party leaders for a vacation to the same island. Continue reading

“Ismaili country” for Aga Khan: AKDN and Aga Khan Foundation funding Ismaili separatist militants against Tajikistan government

After Ismaili separatists fatally stabbed General Abdullo Nazarov – a top Tajik government security official and the head of the Tajik intelligence agency “GKNB”, the government of Tajikistan began a military operation in the small town of Khorog on the Afghanistan border. According to the government, the attack was targeted at four leaders of Ismaili criminal groups … Continue reading

History of Ismailis: From Assassins to Aga Khan [Video]

A brief overview of the history of modern-day Ismailis, from their beginnings as the feared Assassins to the modern-day Aga Khan with evidence from various independent sources, including the History Channel.

Ismailis from Imperial Bank accused of swindling K 34 billion | Ismaili Community Frauds

  Senior Imperial Bank officials, most of them belonging to the Ismaili community, allegedly siphoned Sh34 billion from the institution, that was placed under receivership, between 2002 and September 2015. Receiver manager Peter Gatere accused former group MD Abdulmalek Janmohamed and other senior officials of embezzling the funds. The MD, Abdulmalek Janmohamed, died from cardiac … Continue reading

Stepchildren Petition Aga Khan Over Karim Hirji of Imperial Group of Hotels [Ismaili Community Frauds]

Businessman Karim Hirji is embroiled in a legal feud with his three stepchildren, who accuse him of grabbing the estate of their late mother Ziba Nanyonga Hirji alias Charm. After lodging a civil suit in the Family division last December accusing Hirji of selling off the late Charm’s property illegally, the children have now petitioned … Continue reading

Decoding The Amman Message

1.    Introduction In July 2005, a Islamic convention brought together scholars from various parts of the Muslim world who collectively were presented with three points of the Amman Message which discouraged labelling Muslims “who did not apparently deny any self-evident tenant of the religion”, as non-Muslims. This event is often used by Ismailis to claim … Continue reading

Alarabiya News exposes Ismāʿīlis as the “leading wine-makers in Pakistan’s North”

Alarabiya News English exposes Ismailis as the leading wine-makers in the northern unregulated parts of Pakistan. Continue reading

Champagne Safari: Aly Khan and Rita Hayworth’s box-office flop [Video]

The father of Karim Aga Khan, Aly Aga Khan along with his wife, the hollywood sex symbol Rita Hayworth, starred in Champagne Safari – a box office flop featuring the coverage of their African honeymoon including visits to Ismaili communities in Africa where Ismailis are seen worshiping their God, the future Aga Khan. Watch the movie … Continue reading

Position of Ramaḍān in Ismāʿīlism

Ismāʿīlism is based on the abrogation of the Islamic law – which means that ever since their imām made a historical declaration at Alamut in 1164, Ismāʿīlis have absolved themselves of all Islamic practices including ṣalāt (prayer), wuḍūʼ (ablution), ṣawm (fasting), hajj (pilgrimage), zakāt (charity), abstinence from ribā (interest) and other obligations placed upon a … Continue reading

Understanding Ismailism – Chapter 9 [Audiobook]

Here is a free preview of our upcoming audiobook Understanding Ismailism which is an audio rendering of Akbarally Meherally’s acclaimed book of the same name. The book has been appreciated in a large number of scholarly circles and has been translated into Urdu and Gujarati and re-published a number of times. The Inside Ismailism and Rethinking … Continue reading

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