This evening, we take a deeper look at the response of Aga Khan Health Services (AKHS) to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has taken a significant economic and social toll on communities across the globe. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha will share the second installment of 'From the Heart', exploring the soft skills needed to succeed in today's world. Host Safiqa Kara then sits down with Dr. Gijs Walraven, AKDN Director of Health, to discuss the unique challenges faced in supporting the global Jamat and the populations served by AKHS. We will also hear from some of our Canadian healthcare professionals who have served globally, giving of their time and knowledge.
Bazm-e-Sufi literally translates as a gathering of Sufi. In this gathering, we discussed the reasons behind the use of female symbolism in Sufi Kalams (Speeches) of the subcontinent with references. We see the purity in which the love for the divine is simplified and communicated in the language that transcends time.
This evening, we take a deeper look at the response of Aga Khan Health Services (AKHS) to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has taken a significant economic and social toll on communities across the globe. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha will share the second installment of 'From the Heart', exploring the soft skills needed to succeed in today's world. Host Safiqa Kara then sits down with Dr. Gijs Walraven, AKDN Director of Health, to discuss the unique challenges faced in supporting the global Jamat and the populations served by AKHS. We will also hear from some of our Canadian healthcare professionals who have served globally, giving of their time and knowledge.
Watch the journey of the Ismaili Centre London, from construction and opening to the importance of the Ismaili Centre London today.
Roads to Success: The Transformative Power of Mentorship. Council for Quebec and Maritimes President Noor Wais leads us through a deeper look at the power of mentorship, how it has impacted his own life and the lives of many others. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha will share the first installment in a new mini-series entitled 'From the Heart', exploring the soft skills needed to succeed in today's world. We then sit down with a panel of leaders at different stages in their career and professional life, for a conversation on how Jamati members supporting and guiding each other can have a transformative impact and build a stronger, more resilient Jamat. The panel will feature Council for Canada Vice President Karim Thomas, Noorullah Hussain Zada, Mubeena Mistry, and moderator Aleema Jamal.
Emotional intelligence allows a person to harness the power to understand oneself, overcome challenges, and building strong relationships. Learn, as we discuss with the renowned motivational speaker, Azim Jamal, the key components to better understanding oneself and those with whom you interact.
Roads to Success: The Transformative Power of Mentorship. Council for Quebec and Maritimes President Noor Wais leads us through a deeper look at the power of mentorship, how it has impacted his own life and the lives of many others. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha will share the first installment in a new mini-series entitled 'From the Heart', exploring the soft skills needed to succeed in today's world. We then sit down with a panel of leaders at different stages in their career and professional life, for a conversation on how Jamati members supporting and guiding each other can have a transformative impact and build a stronger, more resilient Jamat. The panel will feature Council for Canada Vice President Karim Thomas, Noorullah Hussain Zada, Mubeena Mistry, and moderator Aleema Jamal.
Who are the Ismailis? Is the Aga Khan like the Pope? What is the difference between a mosque and a Jamatkhana? Join host Debra Somani and Alwaez Hussein Charania for an illuminating conversation, as they delve into a series of questions reflecting on our identity as Shia Ismaili Muslims.
At the onset of this new year, this program tries to instill a sense of optimism, constructive thinking, and a positive approach in our lives.
Who are the Ismailis? Is the Aga Khan like the Pope? What is the difference between a mosque and a Jamatkhana? Join host Debra Somani and Alwaez Hussein Charania for an illuminating conversation, as they delve into a series of questions reflecting on our identity as Shia Ismaili Muslims.
In today's Saaptahik Sandesh, ITREB India explores Today's Problems, Tomorrow's Opportunities: a talk by Alwaez Dr. Karim Gulamali.
The beginning of a new calendar year provides an opportunity to reflect on our lives and set new goals as individuals and as a Jamat. Join host Aliya Jiwan-Thawer and special guest Alwaez Dr. Shiraz Kabani, as we reflect on the challenging year we leave behind and chart a course for a bold, visionary future built on the strong foundation of a united, principled, and forward-looking Jamat. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha shares an important announcement about positioning the Jamat for the post-COVID world, while Council Presidents Samir Manji, Zahra Somani, Fauzia Lalani-Khudabux, Salim Bhanji, Noor Wais, and Shakeel Bharmal, reflect on the challenges of leadership in difficult times and offer their hopes for a brighter tomorrow.
The beginning of a new calendar year provides an opportunity to reflect on our lives and set new goals as individuals and as a Jamat. Join host Aliya Jiwan-Thawer and special guest Alwaez Dr. Shiraz Kabani, as we reflect on the challenging year we leave behind and chart a course for a bold, visionary future built on the strong foundation of a united, principled, and forward-looking Jamat. President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha shares an important announcement about positioning the Jamat for the post-COVID world, while Council Presidents Samir Manji, Zahra Somani, Fauzia Lalani-Khudabux, Salim Bhanji, Noor Wais, and Shakeel Bharmal, reflect on the challenges of leadership in difficult times and offer their hopes for a brighter tomorrow.
In today's Saaptahik Sandesh, ITREB India explores the significance of the word Bismillah. Drawing on IIS publications and historical sources, the Sandesh explores the significance of Bismillah as a means for calling upon the mercy and compassion of the Divine.
At the heart of the Abrahamic traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam are a monotheistic belief system, common humanity, and an ethical heritage shared by the Ahl al-Kitab - the People of the Book. This week, host Alyshea Cummins sits down with the Archbishop of Toronto - Cardinal Thomas Christopher Collins, the Simon Fraser University Centre for Dialogue's Dr. Robert Daum, and University of Victoria's Dr. Farouk Mitha, to discuss the importance of religious pluralism, and to help us learn more about the beliefs and traditions of our neighbors, in order to build bridges of understanding and foster harmony.
At the heart of the Abrahamic traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam are a monotheistic belief system, common humanity, and an ethical heritage shared by the Ahl al-Kitab - the People of the Book. This week, host Alyshea Cummins sits down with the Archbishop of Toronto - Cardinal Thomas Christopher Collins, the Simon Fraser University Centre for Dialogue's Dr. Robert Daum, and University of Victoria's Dr. Farouk Mitha, to discuss the importance of religious pluralism, and to help us learn more about the beliefs and traditions of our neighbors, in order to build bridges of understanding and foster harmony.
How can we find the strength to face our difficulties and challenges? This inspiring Saaptahik Sandesh draws on two stories to highlight the importance of faith, hope, and patience, in dealing with our difficulties. This will be followed by a replay of a previous session: "Divine and Human Love in Islam": by Hussain Jasani.

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