Interview with Zafir Dewsi: No to the dehumanization of faith

I am a British East African Asian who was born in London, England into an Ismaili Muslim family, with my parents being from Tanzania and having Indian heritage. My Father completed his schooling in England where he arrived in 1960, and my Mother in 1970. There was considerable migration of East African Asians from Tanzania during this period due to a hostile political and socio-economic environment. Today, my extended family is predominantly settled around England and Canada.

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