Prince Charles and the Aga Khan come together to open new academic centre in London - EasternEye

Prince Charles and the Aga Khan come together to open new academic centre in London


The UK welcomed the Imam (spiritual leader) of Ismaili Muslims, His Highness Prince Karim Agha Khan, for the opening of a new academic centre in London on Tuesday (27). His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales officially opened the new Aga Khan Centre in King’s Cross as part of the Aga Khan’s Diamond Jubilee tour. Also in attendance were London mayor Sadiq Khan and the foreign office minister for human rights Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon. Prince Charles commented on the values of the Ismaili community, saying: “In holding dear the values of humility, honour, magnanimity, and hospitality, the Ismaili…

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