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Documentary Depicts Life Of Islamic Leader

  • Jessica A. Sequeira
| December 5, 2007

Film highlights religious tolerance, promotion of Islamic art and architecture


The documentary discusses the history of the Ismaili Shia sect and the policies of the three previous Aga Khans. The current Aga Khan, Prince Karim al-Husayn, also appears in the film to reiterate the importance of tolerance during times of conflict. The Initiative on Religion in International Affairs co-sponsored the screening and the panel discussion which followed.

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For Academic Citation: Sequeira, Jessica A.. “Documentary Depicts Life Of Islamic Leader.” News, Harvard Crimson, December 5, 2007.

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