Ismailimail marks 10 years of publication

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On 12th October 2006, Ismailimail launched a vision, which has so far resulted in contributing 20,000 blog posts, 50,000 registered subscribers, and countless number of readers from every corner of the world. Today marks the 10th year anniversary of Ismailimail. We would like to take this opportunity to once again acknowledge…

Ismaili Gnosis to Contribute Book Chapter to Pandeism: An Anthology

Ismaili Gnosis is contributing a book chapter on Islamic Metaphysics to Pandeism: An Anthology alongside numerous authors. The Abstract of the Ismaili Gnosis chapter is as follows: “We offer a constructive critique of pandeism on philosophical grounds and propose that a Muslim Neoplatonic metaphysics (common to Shia-Ismaili, Sunni-Sufi, and several other schools of Islamic philosophy)…

An Ismaili technologist and thought leader in action: Rahman Jamal

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As the Global Technology & Marketing Director of the $1.2B organization of National Instruments, the provider of solutions that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, Rahman overseas the marketing divisions of NI across Americas, Europe and Asia-PAC. He is a leading expert in the different industrial markets…

The Globe & Mail: Inside Toronto’s new Aga Khan Museum

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The Ismaili Centre at the Aga Khan Museum. (Tom Arban/Globe & Mail) Building on faith: Inside Toronto’s new Aga Khan Museum, designed by the world’s leading architects ALEX BOZIKOVIC If you have driven north along the Don Valley Parkway, one of Toronto’s major highways, you may have glimpsed a mysterious sight…

Retrospective: Aga Khan and Soccer

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Aga Khan: My legs were particularly strong and in Europe I had naturally been thoroughly trained in soccer’s techniques. I made the freshman team, and we went through the season undefeated. I played outside left and scored occasionally. – His Highness the Aga Khan, 1964 Sports Illustrated Interview with Paul Evan Ress…