Ismaili Muslims from Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea are gathering in Sydney for the 2016 ANZ Ismaili Sports Tournament III (IST). Taking place between between 24 – 27 March, the sports event serves as a qualifier for the 2016 Jubilee Games in Dubai.
Nairobi, 17 March 2016 — Mawlana Hazar Imam commissioned a state-of-the-art printing press for the Nation Media Group today, marking an important new milestone for the East African media house that he founded more than half a century ago. He also reaffirmed its critical role in what he described as a “post-fact society.”
Lisbon, 17 March 2016 — Prince Amyn was at the National Museum of Ancient Art yesterday, to formalise a donation by the Aga Khan Foundation towards the museum’s acquisition of a national Portuguese cultural treasure. The contribution supports a campaign to acquire a painting by Domingos Sequeira, who is considered one of the best Portuguese artists of his time.
Nairobi, 16 March 2016 — Mawlana Hazar Imam arrived in Kenya yesterday evening for a visit during which he will inaugurate the Nation Media Group’s new state-of-the-art printing press.
Mawlana Hazar Imam is participating in the commissioning of a new state-of-the-art printing press for the Nation Media Group on Thursday, 17 March 2016. The event will be webcast at TheIsmaili.org/live starting at 9:45 AM EAT (Nairobi time).
For the next 15 years, objects from one of the world’s largest private collections of Islamic art are on loan to the Dallas Museum of Art. An event introducing the first exhibition from the collection opened in September 2015 with a special performance by the Ismaili Muslim Youth Choir of Dallas.
11 March 2016 — Mawlana Hazar Imam is due to visit Kenya next week for the opening of a new press for the Nation Media Group.
9 March 2016 — With 134 days until the start of the 2016 Jubilee Games, a new website has been launched that will help athletes, volunteers and spectators prepare for this signature event of the global Ismaili Muslim community. Visit the Jubilee Games website at TheIsmaili.org/JubileeGames.
9 March 2016 — With 134 days until the start of the 2016 Jubilee Games, a new website has been launched that will help athletes, volunteers and spectators prepare for this signature event of the global Ismaili Muslim community.
The Jubilee Games brings Ismaili Muslims from around the world together to celebrate excellence in sport. Learn more about the 2016 Jubilee Games and how you can get involved.
Frequently Asked Questions about the 2016 Jubilee Games, including athlete eligibility and registration information.
Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and is one of seven emirates that constitute the United Arab Emirates. It is rich in cultural heritage and its people are proud to uphold their traditional values, extending courtesy and generous hospitality to visitors.
The 2016 Jubilee Games will take place from 22 – 29 July in Dubai. Stay up to date on the latest from this international Ismaili sports event.
Are you interested in volunteering at the 2016 Jubilee Games? Find out about the types of roles that volunteers will play and how you can register.
Interested in participating in the 2016 Jubilee Games? Learn about the sports and facilities, qualification and eligibility requirements, registration and travel information.
A variety of sports will be played at the 2016 Jubilee Games in Dubai. Find out about the team and individual sports, and the venues at which they will be held.
Learn about registering as an athlete or spectator at the 2016 Jubilee Games, as well as information about traveling to Dubai.
The 2016 Jubilee Games is an eight-day event to be held 22 – 29 July in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and will bring Ismailis from around the world together to celebrate excellence in competitive sport.
Watch highlights of the Golden Jubilee Games and relive the exciting moments from 2008 in Nairobi, Kenya.
An objective of the Jubilee Games is to inspire positive attitudes toward physical fitness and healthy living within the global Jamat. Encouraging the Jamat to make the right lifestyle choices is critical in helping to protect against the onset of non-communicable diseases.