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Where Hope Takes Root

September 2008

“The Aga Khan says he knows his work will never end because humans are not natural pluralists, and the value of pluralism must be inculcated anew in each generation. But its rewards of peace, material progress, and social unity are worth the ongoing effort.”

Regina Leader-Post, Sep 27, 2008
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Where Hope Takes Root

Where Hope Takes Root

July 2008

“A middling power can only smile when a world leader says not only that small is beautiful, but that that particular small country is not only competitive with the rest of the world, but in a leading spot. And the Aga Khan, leader of millions of Ismaili Muslims around the world, says that and more about Canada.”

Ottawa Citizen, Jul 12, 2008
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Where Hope Takes Root

Where Hope Takes Root

May 2008

“The book, in which he characterizes Canada as a model par excellence of functioning democratic pluralism, is at once a medium for educating Canadians on who he and his followers are, and a charming ode to the Canadian way of life.”

The Embassy, May 28, 2008
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