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PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2009 4:22 am    Post subject: Aga Khan in Portugal 2009 May 7 Reply with quote

Actualidade Aga Khan faz visita-relâmpago a Portugal « Actualidade « Página Inicial |

Aga Khan faz visita-relâmpago a Portugal
O Príncipe Aga Khan, líder espiritual dos muçulmanos ismaelitas, chega hoje à noite a Portugal. Na agenda, tem encontros marcados com o ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Luís Amado e com o Cardeal Patriarca de Lisboa, D. José Policarpo.
Alexandre Coutinho

19:45 Quinta-feira, 7 de Mai de 2009

O programa oficial da visita-relâmpago do Príncipe Aga Khan a Portugal começará na manhã de sexta-feira, dia 8, com uma deslocação ao Patriarcado de Lisboa, para um encontro com D. José Policarpo.

Ao fim da manhã, o chefe máximo da comunidade ismaelita rumará ao Palácio das Necessidades , para a assinatura formal de um protocolo de cooperação internacional entre o Imamat Ismaili e a República Portuguesa, representada pelo ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros , Luís Amado.

À tarde, o Príncipe Aga Khan será homenageado na Academia de Ciências. Aos 72 anos, o Shah Karim Al-Hussaini, Aga Khan IV, celebrou no ano passado 50 anos de imamato, à frente de uma comunidade de 15 milhões de ismaelitas espalhados pelo mundo (8000 dos quais, em Portugal).

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PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2009 4:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.mne.gov.pt/mne/pt/noticias/200905071700.htm
8 de Maio de 2009

Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros

» Notícias
Luís Amado recebe o Aga Khan


O Ministro de Estado e dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Luís Amado, recebe o Aga Khan amanhã, sexta-feira, 8 de Maio, às 12:00 horas, no Palácio das Necessidades.

Por esta ocasião será assinado um acordo sobre religião, educação e cultura, a que se seguirá um almoço de trabalho.

É o seguinte o programa da visita:
Sexta-feira, 8 de Maio

12:00 - Encontro com o Ministro de Estado e dos Negócios Estrangeiros.
Palácio das Necessidades (entrada pelo Largo das Necessidades)

12:30 - Cerimónia de assinatura de um Acordo entre a República Portuguesa e o Imamat Ismaili sobre religião, educação e cultura.
Palácio das Necessidades (entrada pelo Largo das Necessidades)

12:45 - Almoço oferecido pelo Ministro de Estado e dos Negócios Estrangeiros.
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Aga Khan in Lisbon for Talks with Cardinal Patriarch and Foreign Minister
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Lisbon, Portugal, 8 May 2009 - His Highness the Aga Khan made a one-day visit to Portugal to meet with the His Eminence D. Jose Policarpo, the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP), and Portugal's Foreign Minister Luis Amado. The meeting follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Aga Khan University (AKU) and the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) in 2008. The agreement of academic collaboration was signed at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon, by Professor Manuel Braga da Cruz, Rector of the UCP and Firoz Rasul, President AKU as part of efforts to foster international understanding and scholarly cooperation between diverse cultures and faiths. In 2005, the Patriarchate of Lisbon and Aga Khan Foundation Portugal signed a Partnership Agreement that provided the framework for cooperation in support of an innovative urban community support programme designed to address problems of social exclusion and poverty alleviation.

Lisbon, Portugal, 8 May 2009 - His Highness the Aga Khan made a one-day visit to Portugal to meet with the His Eminence D. Jose Policarpo, the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and Portugal's Foreign Minister Luis Amado.

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His Highness the Aga Khan being greeted by His Eminence D. Jose Policarpo, the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP).

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His Highness the Aga Khan meeting His Eminence D. Jose Policarpo, the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP).

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His Highness the Aga Khan arrives on a one day visit to Lisbon to meet with His Eminence D. Jose Policarpo, the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP), and Portugal's Foreign Minister Luis Amado.
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LAST YEARS NEWS - JUST TO GIVE THE BACKGROUND TO THIS RECENT VISIT:

http://www.euroweeklynews.com/news/9464.html
Aga Khan visits Portugal
• 17 Jul 2008 •


THE Aga Khan, Imam of the Shia Ismaili Moslems, has visited Portugal at the formal invitation of the government.

The Aga Khan’s five-day visit to the country, which ended last Tuesday, was part of a series of visits around the world to mark his Golden Jubilee year, the 50th anniversary of his becoming the imam (spiritual leader) of the Shia Ismaili Moslems, an ethnically diverse community whose members reside in more than 25 countries, including Portugal.

During his visit, the Aga Khan held meetings with President Cavaco Silva, as well as with the president of the parliament and the prime minister.

His schedule also included meetings with the United Nations High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations, the former president Jorge Sampaio.

On the second day of his visit, the Aga Khan signed an Agreement of International Co-operation between the Ismaili Imamat and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Portugal.

During the past 50 years, the Aga Khan has overseen the growth of one of the largest private development networks in the world.

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) is engaged in a wide range of activities in various fields, including education, healthcare, rural development, and cultural and economic development.

These activities, which are undertaken in some of the world’s poorest regions are aimed at the common good for all citizens, regardless of their race, gender or religion.

The work of the Aga Khan Development Network is well recognised internationally and is undertaken under the auspices of its nine agencies as well as in partnership with governments and many leading multilateral agencies.

In 2005, a protocol of co-operation was signed between the Ismaili Imamat and the Government of the Republic of Portugal. In the same year, the Aga Khan Foundation Portugal and the Patriarchate of Lisbon formalised a Partnership Agreement that provides the framework for co-operation in an innovative urban community support programme, designed to tackle social exclusion and urban poverty.

The Aga Khan University and the Catholic University of Portugal earlier signed an agreement of collaboration as part of their efforts to foster scholarly understanding between diverse cultures.

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O Príncipe Aga Khan incentivou os portugueses a exercerem "a sua influência global no Mundo a favor dos países em desenvolvimento, usando o que de melhor têm, o vosso conhecimento". O líder máximo dos muçulmanos ismaelitas falava na Academia das Ciências de Lisboa onde foi, hoje, homenageado.

Alexandre Coutinho
19:39 Sexta-feira, 8 de Mai de 2009


http://aeiou.expresso.pt/aga-khan-elogia-papel-de-portugal-no-mundo=f513489



Adriano Moreira, vice-presidente da instituição e presidente da Classe de Letras (à esq.), o Príncipe Aga Khan e Arantes e Oliveira, presidente da Academia das Ciências
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Karim Al-Husseini, Aga Khan o IV é, desde hoje, membro da Academia das Ciências de Lisboa (Classe de Letras). A cerimónia foi conduzida por Arantes e Oliveira, presidente da Academia das Ciências e por Adriano Moreira, vice-presidente da instituição e presidente da Classe de Letras, tendo contado com a presença de inúmeros reitores e ilustres académicos.

Coube a Manuel Ferreira Patrício, antigo reitor da Universidade de Évora, fazer o elogio do Aga Khan, que apelidou de "mensageiro do universal" e do qual destacou a "atitude intelectual e espiritual", bem como o "humanismo universalista" na promoção do encontro de cultura e civilizações.

O Governo fez-se representar pelos ministros da Cultura, Pinto Ribeiro, e da Defesa, Severiano Teixeira, que não fizeram uso da palavra. Na assistência, destaque para o ex-Presidente da República, Jorge Sampaio, e para Maria Barroso, em representação do antigo Presidente, Mário Soares; além de diversos ex-governantes, autoridades religiosas e membros do corpo diplomático e da comunidade ismaelita radicada em Portugal.

Adriano Moreira, proponente do novo membro da Academia das Ciências, elogiou o Príncipe Aga Khan, 49º Imam hereditário (descendente do profeta Maomé) dos muçulmanos ismaelitas desde 1957, pelas suas capacidades de "político, diplomata e organizador", pelo "apoio dado às ciências" e pela sua "intervenção a favor de um Mundo em paz, no respeito pelas diferenças de etnias, culturas e convicções religiosas".

O Aga Khan recordou, na ocasião, o seu doutoramento honoris causa pela Universidade de Évora, em 2006, que teve igualmente como patrono Adriano Moreira. "Durante o meu jubileu de ouro, visitei numerosos países em desenvolvimento em África, na Ásia e no Médio Oriente, que têm como denominador comum, um défice de conhecimento", afirmou o Aga Khan. "Há sociedades pobres e em risco de conflito porque não valorizam o pluralismo, que deve ser incutido através da educação desde a mais tenra idade".

Além das carências em matéria de conhecimento, o líder ismaelita destacou, ainda, a necessidade de constitucionalidade e de ética: "não da ética dos dogmas, mas da sociedade civil. Quando o governo falha, é a sociedade civil que o substitui no desenvolvimento económico, mas quando a ética não existe, a sociedade civil está minada".

"Vamos continuar com este défice de conhecimento? Temos de ajudar estes países com novas ciências. A história de Portugal marcou o Mundo inteiro e a sua influência não se limita à Europa", frisou o Príncipe Aga Khan, ao citar como exemplo o Brasil. O líder espiritual dos ismaelitas incentivou os portugueses a exercerem "a sua influência global no Mundo a favor dos países em desenvolvimento, usando o que de melhor têm, o vosso conhecimento".

O Aga Khan, de 72 anos, esteve menos de 24 horas em Portugal, tendo chegado a Lisboa, ontem à noite. Começou o dia com um encontro com o Cardeal Patriarca de Lisboa D. José Policarpo, seguindo depois para o Palácio das Necessidades, onde assinou dois protocolos de cooperação internacional entre o Imamat Ismaili e a República Portuguesa, na presença do ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros, Luís Amado, e do ministro da Justiça, Alberto Costa.
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DESCOBRIR MUÇULMANOS COM PRÍNCIPE EUROPEU
por Leonídio Paulo Ferreira16 Março 2009Comentar


Na ponta esquerda da imagem, um cavalheiro na casa dos 60, de tipo físico europeu, mas com um manto sobre os ombros e chapéu de astracã. No outro extremo, milhares de pequenas figuras. No meio, o rio Piandj corre tumultuoso, mas as águas límpidas lembram que os gelos dos Himalaias não estão longe. Esta fotografia impressionante integra a exposição dedicada aos 50 anos de imamato do actual Aga Khan, chefe máximo dos ismaelitas e descendente de Maomé. E é o próprio príncipe Aga Khan, de seu nome Karim al-Hussaini, que surge em primeiro plano, durante uma visita nos anos 90 ao Tajiquistão. Os pontos coloridos além-rio são ismaelitas do Afeganistão proibidos no último momento de cruzar a fronteira. Através de um altifalante, de um país para outro, ouviram pela primeira vez a voz do líder espiritual. Que lhes agradeceu manterem a fé, apesar das perseguições, e prometeu a ajuda da Rede Aga Khan, organização humanitária que tem por missão promover o entendimento entre os povos.

O Centro Ismaili (preferem essa designação) de Lisboa, onde até dia 28 se pode visitar a exposição, é um belo edifício que mistura influências indianas e portuguesas, com o pátio a mimetizar os jardins da Andaluzia árabe. Está aberto a todos e é motivo de orgulho para uma comunidade de oito mil pessoas em Portugal, reputada pelo dinamismo, que tanto se revela numa qualquer loja de móveis como através do sucesso dos irmãos Sacoor. Vieram para Portugal nos anos 70, deixando Moçambique, mas as suas raízes estão no Gujarate, vizinho de Damão e Diu. Hoje, os ismaelitas serão ao todo 15 milhões, espalhados da Índia aos Estados Unidos, passando pela África Oriental e Europa. Mas foi no Médio Oriente que o culto teve início, dentro da tradição xiita que vê Ali, primo e genro de Maomé, como sucessor do profeta. Mais tarde, questões teológicas levaram à ruptura com o ramo xiita maioritário, o que predomina no Irão. E no seu historial está tanto a seita dos Assassinos como o califado Fatimida.

Com um título persa, os Aga Khan refugiaram-se no século XIX na Índia e os britânicos reconheceram-nos como príncipes. O avô do actual Aga Khan foi presidente da Sociedade das Nações e o pai embaixador do Paquistão na ONU. Nascido na Suíça de mãe francesa, Karim al-Hussaini cresceu no Quénia e formou-se em Harvard. Cidadão britânico, lidera uma comunidade conhecida pelo apego à educação, à cultura (escreveu no século XI a primeira enciclopédia) e ao laicismo. As mulheres são tratadas em plano de igualdade e muitas têm uma profissão. Aliás, são as ismaelitas a melhor prova da diversidade do islão, essa religião de 1300 milhões de seguidores, muitas vezes tomada de assalto por preconceitos que retratam todos os homens com barbas como os talibãs e, pior ainda, todas as mulheres tapadas da cabeça aos pés por um véu.|

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O Príncipe Aga Khan incentivou os portugueses a exercerem "a sua influência global no Mundo a favor dos países em desenvolvimento, usando o que de melhor têm, o vosso conhecimento". O líder máximo dos muçulmanos ismaelitas falava na Academia das Ciências de Lisboa onde foi, hoje, homenageado.

Alexandre Coutinho
19:39 Sexta-feira, 8 de Mai de 2009

Translation:

Aga Khan praises role of Portugal in the World
Posted: 08 May 2009 02:55 PM PDT

May 8, 2009 – Prince Aga Khan encouraged the Portuguese to exercise “its global influence in the world to the developing countries, using the best that you have and you know.” The leader of Ismaili Muslims spoke at the Academy of Sciences of Lisbon where he was honored today.

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Remarks by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Academy of Sciences, in Lisbon, Portugal (08 May 2009)

http://www.akdn.org/speeches_detail.asp?ID=741
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Aga Khan opens Embassy in Lisbon September 23, 2009
Posted by ismailimail in Aga Khan Development Network, Europe, Portugal.
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Original source in Portuguese, translated excerpt via Google. The official information must be forthcoming, pardon the grammatical errors below as this is a machine translated version.

Published on September 23, 2009

The Aga Khan Development opens Thursday a diplomatic mission in Lisbon, the first in Europe, under the cooperation agreement signed in 2005 between the Portuguese government and the Ismaili Imamat, the organization said.

The opening of the embassy, which will be formally inaugurated by the Aga Khan at a date to announce results of the protocol with the Portuguese government in 2005 and established the foundations for cooperation in areas such as poverty eradication, education, culture, pluralism and economic development.

According to Nazim Ahmad, representative in Portugal of the Aga Khan, the opening of an embassy will enable future initiatives.

Projects under preparation include opening a bank’s non-profit microfinance, the creation of an Aga Khan Academy and initiatives in the areas of rehabilitation of heritage and job creation.

The representation of the Aga Khan network in Portugal is the first in Europe and second in the Western world, after the delegation opened in 2008 in Canada.

http://www.ionline.pt/conteudo/24407-rede-aga-khan-abre-quinta-feira-representacao-diplomatica-em-lisboa

http://ismailimail.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/aga-khan-opens-embassy-in-lisbon/
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On the second day of his visit, the Aga Khan signed an Agreement of International Co-operation between the Ismaili Imamat and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Portugal.

Portuguese parliament approves the agreement...
Below is a computer generated English translation of the article in Portuguese....

http://dn.sapo.pt/inicio/portugal/interior.aspx?content_id=1596269

State signs 'concordat' with historical Ismaili
HELDER by SnookHoje


Portugal recognizes the status of the Muslim community and sign a document that is described as a second bankruptcy.


The Ismaili community today marks a historic moment with the approval in parliament of the agreement signed last year with the Portuguese State. The agreement is even described as a second bankruptcy - will be the first to be signed with a religious affiliation than the Catholic - and should count on the votes of all parliamentary groups.

The draft resolution 8/XI is the result of an agreement signed on May 8 last year between the Foreign Minister, Luis Amado, and the Aga Khan, 49. Hereditary Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims. One objective is to enable the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslim community has "formal access to the same rights and obligations as other religious communities in Portugal."

For the representative in Portugal of the Aga Khan Network for Development, Nazim Ahmed, the agreement "is, above all, a tribute to the spirit of pluralism enshrined in the Portuguese Constitution of 1976." Furthermore, "will be the first time since forever, that a supranational framework of the Islamic community celebrates a religious agreement with a secular state, not Muslim."

But for Jorge Bacelar Gouveia, former member of the Committee on Religious Liberty, "The vote represents a historic moment for the Ismaili community, because he sees a recognition of their status for an independent state, like the Portuguese". Then, points out, the expected approval in the Parliament also notes "the opening religious a country where about 80% of the population is Catholic." Reason that leads him to admit that we almost before "a second bankruptcy."

The agreement concluded on May 8, 2009, during the visit of the Ismaili top leader, Mawlana Hazar Imam, priorities defined as "establishing an environment of harmony and interfaith dialogue, peace and justice and realization of shared values, materializes in internal and international context. "

The cooperation between the Portuguese State and Ismaili community - which in Portugal has eight to nine thousand members - back, so official, in 2006, when it was promulgated a cooperation protocol with the aim of contributing to sustainable social, economic, cultural and civil society for the benefit of vulnerable sectors of society in Portugal and abroad, particularly in Portuguese-speaking countries.

The Draft Resolution 8/XI should be approved without difficulty by all parliamentary groups, as happened during the vote in the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Portuguese Communities. Then the agreement was approved unanimously
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Portuguese parliament approves the agreement...
Below is a computer generated English translation of the article in Portuguese....

MHI in his Imamat Day Talika Mubarak today explained the significance of this agreement from an international perspective of the Imamat's engagements with various governments. For those who missed this message can obtain a copy from Mukhi/Kamadia Sahebs.
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kmaherali wrote:
Admin wrote:

On the second day of his visit, the Aga Khan signed an Agreement of International Co-operation between the Ismaili Imamat and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Portugal.

Portuguese parliament approves the agreement...
Below is a computer generated English translation of the article in Portuguese....

http://dn.sapo.pt/inicio/portugal/interior.aspx?content_id=1596269

State signs 'concordat' with historical Ismaili
HELDER by SnookHoje


Portugal recognizes the status of the Muslim community and sign a document that is described as a second bankruptcy.


The Ismaili community today marks a historic moment with the approval in parliament of the agreement signed last year with the Portuguese State. The agreement is even described as a second bankruptcy - will be the first to be signed with a religious affiliation than the Catholic - and should count on the votes of all parliamentary groups.

The draft resolution 8/XI is the result of an agreement signed on May 8 last year between the Foreign Minister, Luis Amado, and the Aga Khan, 49. Hereditary Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims. One objective is to enable the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslim community has "formal access to the same rights and obligations as other religious communities in Portugal."

For the representative in Portugal of the Aga Khan Network for Development, Nazim Ahmed, the agreement "is, above all, a tribute to the spirit of pluralism enshrined in the Portuguese Constitution of 1976." Furthermore, "will be the first time since forever, that a supranational framework of the Islamic community celebrates a religious agreement with a secular state, not Muslim."

But for Jorge Bacelar Gouveia, former member of the Committee on Religious Liberty, "The vote represents a historic moment for the Ismaili community, because he sees a recognition of their status for an independent state, like the Portuguese". Then, points out, the expected approval in the Parliament also notes "the opening religious a country where about 80% of the population is Catholic." Reason that leads him to admit that we almost before "a second bankruptcy."

The agreement concluded on May 8, 2009, during the visit of the Ismaili top leader, Mawlana Hazar Imam, priorities defined as "establishing an environment of harmony and interfaith dialogue, peace and justice and realization of shared values, materializes in internal and international context. "

The cooperation between the Portuguese State and Ismaili community - which in Portugal has eight to nine thousand members - back, so official, in 2006, when it was promulgated a cooperation protocol with the aim of contributing to sustainable social, economic, cultural and civil society for the benefit of vulnerable sectors of society in Portugal and abroad, particularly in Portuguese-speaking countries.

The Draft Resolution 8/XI should be approved without difficulty by all parliamentary groups, as happened during the vote in the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Portuguese Communities. Then the agreement was approved unanimously


the word second bankruptcy shows up a number of times...is that intentional...
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ShamsB wrote:

the word second bankruptcy shows up a number of times...is that intentional...

You should keep in mind that this is a computer generated translation and hence may not convey the actual meaning.
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