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6. Revert Stories from Ismailism to Islam

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Why I too, chose to leave Ismailism

A testimonial account of Faisal Gilani. You can reach him on aa2602025@gmail.com In the name of Allah (Ar-Rahman, Ar-Raheem) This is my story of how I came to Islam leaving behind Ismailism practised by my parents and my forefathers. I was born as a Ismaili Khoja (also called in general Muslim circles as Aga Khani). … Continue reading

An Open Letter from a former Ismaili Missionary Who came to Islam

I am a revert to Islām. I was a Ismāʿīli before – a follower of the Aga Khan. I perceive an important da’wāh responsibility which the majority of Muslims, for some reason or other, are ignoring. I am not getting you into petty sectarian issues, but a very important matter – please judge for yourself: … Continue reading

Leaving Ismailism: From Darkness to Light

Many times my friends and people I came across ask me about the specific clear verses of the Qurʾān which guided me from the darkness of shirk and kufr to noor-e-hidaya. Instead of giving a long list, I would like to go by the episodes that occurred in my life and how did these events … Continue reading

Murder Threat Facing Aga Khan Critic

Akberally Meherally is causing a furore among Ismailis. The 61-year-old Burnaby writer says he has received death threats since he published a book critical of Ismailis’ spiritual leader, the Aga Khan. Meherally – who paid to have 5,000 copies of the book “Understanding Ismailism” (click to download) published – takes issue with Ismailis “worshipping the Aga … Continue reading

Why I chose to leave Ismailism

Originally posted on Ismaili to Islam:
Bismillahir Rahamanir Rahim…. I have been thinking of writing my journey from Ismaili to Islam for quite some time. Before I start writing anything about my journey towards Islam I want to make it clear to the readers that it is not my intellect that has led to accept…