Sadiq Habib, who is 33 years old and part of the first generation of Ismaili Muslims to be born in Portugal after the community has settled in the country, after April 25, is pleased to see installed in our country. the world headquarters of the branch of Islam to which it belongs. “We are grateful to Portugal for having welcomed us in such a positive way, facilitating the installation of the headquarters here. This responds to a process of several years and several of governments that allowed a meeting of wills.”
Excerpt and headline translated via Google. An extensive article on the Aga Khan IV and the future of the community in Portugal. In Portuguese by Helena Bento for Expresso.
Source: Diário leitor.expresso.pt
Expresso Interview (English translation): “This is a Faith of Reason,” explains His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan