‘Aga Khan: Bridge between East & West’ By Mansoor Ladha

The 113,908-word manuscript describes Aga Khan’s role as a global humanitarian, his work to help reduce poverty, advance gender equality, and improve health care and education in some of the remotest parts of the world, promoting education to prevent extremism and radicalism through sound educational policies.
Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of over 20 million Shia Ismaili Muslims, is a moderate voice in a world increasingly divided by anti-terrorism and the Islamic world. Aga Khan is the only Muslim leader who has aggressively worked to eradicate radicalism and extremism. As the fiercest promoter of pluralism, he has established schools in the remotest parts of the world aimed at exterminating radicalism. He has openly admonished the West for not trying to understand Islam and gone on record to state that many of today’s so-called fundamental Islamic movements are more political than religious. Unlike other Islamic leaders, his views are heard in the West since he hobnobs with Western leaders on public and private occasions.

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