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Ismailis are required to give 5 – 12% of their annual income to the Aga Khan, who is then said to allocate the funds to various non-profit ventures (concrete facts are hard to come by with the intense privacy restrictions – Ismaili centres are among the only Muslim places of worship in the world that are not open to outsiders).Referred to as “His Highness” by global dignitaries, the Aga Khan IV is a billionaire tycoon who, alongside his status as a religious leader, is also the top breeder of thoroughbred horses in France, owns a bank in Pakistan, plantations in Kenya, and a chain of luxury hotels together with his private jet and massive walled estate in Chantilly, France – making his personal wealth estimated at over billion.w=350" data-large-file="https://ismailimail.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/arch-league-ny-honors-hhak-pr.jpg? w=730" / Ayaz Pirani’s Favorite Poems on KKUP by Rachelle Escamilla " data-medium-file="https://ismailimail.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/artworks-000222040824-0tla3e-t500x500.jpg?
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A community notorious for its secrecy, Ismailis in Canada are among the richest citizens of the country, with famous names including former Conservative MP Rahim Jaffer and current CEO of Rogers Nadir Mohamed.
In fact, a 2006 BC Business profile of the Ismaili community described it as almost “too good to be true”, listing BC’s richest Ismaili families including luxury hotel owners, mineral resource developers, real-estate moguls and more, many worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
[...] [The centre] was established in partnership with the Government of Canada, and was inspired in part by Canada’s experience as a highly diverse society.