This week’s selection is Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III’s Daily Sketch interview answer,’Is Religion Something Special?’

In his extensive answer, the Aga Khan contrasts the Christian view of religion with the Muslim view, illustrating how Islam’s all-encompassing outlook permeates a Muslim’s every thought and action with a practical example and concludes by explaining that “when I say that religion should permeate life, I am thinking not only of private life but of national and international life.”

The Aga Khan also explains the value of formal rites and rituals and touches on the notion of harmonising religions into one, stating that he is “an anti-mixer” and does “not believe in a union of all religions” as that “would destroy them all.”

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Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III’s Daily Sketch interview answer,’Is Religion Something Special?’

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