Thank You Letter to Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan for Aiding the Ugandan Asian Refugees by Vali Jamal @Simerg

Vali Jamal’s Thank You Letter to Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan: The 1972 Expulsion of Asians from Uganda

“….To me as an Ismaili youth you were from the Noorani family, beloved of your father, our 48th Imam…you became our hero when you were appointed the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 1966. …Here are two vignettes from Naples. You notice an African face among the admiring people thronging you. You ask: “What are you doing here?” And he says simply, “Sir, I am Ismaili.” Three years later when you visit Vancouver, he comes forward to greet you and says he never wants to go back to “that” country….”

Please click for Thank You Letter.

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