His Highness the Aga Khan’s 2015 Speeches in the UK and USA Tell Marvellous Stories About the Al-Azhar Park and Convey a Profound Message of Our Common Humanity

An apt Summary of accomplishments of H H Ag Khan IV in the year 2015.

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Please click on the following NASA earth night time image for enlargement

city_lights_africa_720_PhotosOn either side of His Highness the Aga Khan’s thumbnail images, NASA night time photos of the earth. Photos from top to down sequentially correspond to the numbers mentioned in the countries His Highness visited . (1) East Africa (Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya); (2) Egypt; (3) India; (4) Portugal; (5) Greece; (6) England; (7) Canada; and (8) USA. Note: visits not necessarily listed in chronological sequence.

In this third installment in a multi-part series related to His Highness Aga Khan’s travels and accomplishments during 2015, we are pleased to present highlights of his visits to the United Kingdom in October and to the USA in November where he delivered two major speeches. The earlier installments can be read by clicking on the following links:

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