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Akbar Khoja

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Akbar Khoja has written 76 posts for Inside Ismailism

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

Aga Khan’s Bahamas hideaway linked to Panama Leaks

As the investigation into Trudeau’s relationship with Aga Khan moves forward, it is revealed that the legal ownership of Bell Island, which Aga Khan used to host Trudeau is with an off-shore company. These are the very off-shore companies which were revealed in the infamous Pamana Leaks through the leaked records of Mossack Fonseca. In … Continue reading

Aga Khan Foundation official declares Muslims as ‘cancer’ of society

Aga Khan-led institutions are operated and managed by anti-Muslim Ismaili and Hindus who have deep prejudice against Islam and Muslims in general. There should be no doubt that what their actions reveal is just the tip of the iceberg and what their hearts conceal is far worse than what their actions and tongues reveal. On … Continue reading

Aga Khan’s claim of ‘interpreting the Qurān’ is far from what the Ahl-ul-Bayt practised

Out of the many unsubstantiated claims of Ismāʿīlism is a one that Aga Khan interprets the Qurʾān for them. It is interesting that Aga Khan has never publicly or privately within his followers, interpreted any part of the Qurʾān. He has claimed to believe in the Qurʾān in interviews and has claimed descent from Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) through his cousin ʿAlī bin Abi Ṭālib, but actions speak far louder than words and his actions are nowhere close to the teachings of the Qurʾān. Continue reading

Illegitimate Birth of Prince Karim Aga Khan

Introduction Karim Aga Khan’s mother is popularly known within Ismaili circles as Princess Tajuddawlah and in the Western media as Joan Aly Khan. At age 19, Princess Tajuddawalah married Group. Captain Thomas L.E.B. Guinness. Prince Tajuddawlah was then known as Joan Barbara Yarde-Buller. After obtaining a divorce from Thomas Guinness, she married Prince Aly S. … Continue reading

Who Were the Fatimids?

The Fatimid Empire of North Africa is one of the most controversial empires in Islamic history. They are misrepresented by Ismailis and some orientalists as enlightened leaders that brought a new golden age to the Muslim world. However, scholars and historians from the Muslim world have shown a different side to this 10th century dynasty. The story … Continue reading

The Nizari Ismāʿīli Trinity

Nizari Ismailis recite the Ismaili Holy Du’a (called Du’a) instead of the Muslim prayer (called salāt in Arabic and namaz in Persian and Urdu). In Urdu-speaking countries, Ismailis insist that since the word namaz does not appear anywhere in the Quran, the namaz which is recited by the Muslims is never commanded by the Quran … Continue reading

Karim Aga Khan and his women: Sylvia Casablanca and Patricia Deblave

  The story scanned and uploaded here on the Inside Ismailism blog appeared in a French-language magazine and named only a few of Karim Aga Khan’s women. He is pictured here with the almost-begum Sylvia Casablanca and another almost-begum Patricia Deblave — both of who her never married, but “dated” on consecutive nights. Above: The couple … 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

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