On display now is the exhibition From the Roots of Abraham which celebrates the commonalities between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Highlighted are shared beliefs, mutual prophets, common ethical values, and more.
Learn about the origins, history and current state of the worldwide Khoja Muslim community. See what the Mulla Asghar Resource Centre is doing to preserve knowledge of the heritage of this community.
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Production and Publication
The Khojas: A Journey of Faith
This documentary increases our insight about the history of the Khoja Community and takes the viewer on a journey to India, East Africa and other parts of the world.
The Endangered Species
This book, written by historian Hassan Ali M. Jaffer, explains the events that have shaped the history of the Khoja Shia Ithna-Ashari community and brought it to where it is today.