Title Pakistan: 1. What are the central beliefs and practices of the Ismaili Muslims? How do they differ from the beliefs of Sunni Muslims? Are Ismaili Muslims perceived to be more "Westernised"? 2. Are Ismaili Muslims subject to harm in Pakistan (particularly in Karachi) because of their beliefs? 3. Is there an Ismaili mosque in Seven Hills?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 19 August 2010
Country Pakistan
Topics Freedom of religion | Ismaili | Muslim | Religious discrimination | Religious persecution (including forced conversion) | Shia | Sunni
Citation / Document Symbol PAK37226
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Pakistan: 1. What are the central beliefs and practices of the Ismaili Muslims? How do they differ from the beliefs of Sunni Muslims? Are Ismaili Muslims perceived to be more "Westernised"? 2. Are Ismaili Muslims subject to harm in Pakistan (particularly in Karachi) because of their beliefs? 3. Is there an Ismaili mosque in Seven Hills?, 19 August 2010, PAK37226, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4dd4be442.html [accessed 25 April 2014]
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