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Copyright Lawsuit: Read the AFFIDAVITS in Defendants' Motion Here - 2010-06-24

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Heritage News

Attached are the Affidavits submitted by defendants Alnaz Jiwa and Nagib Tajdin on June 21, 2010 in support of a motion for summary judgement to dismiss the case.

03-Affidavit of Karim Alibhay sworn April 28, 2010.pdf

Copyright Lawsuit: Read the MOTION for Dismissal by Defendants Here - 2010-06-24

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Heritage News

Attached are the motion materials submitted by defendants Alnaz Jiwa and Nagib Tajdin on June 21, 2010.

01-Notice of Motion of Alnaz Jiwa dated June 16, 2010.pdf

Copyright Lawsuit Motion for Dismissal: ANOTHER DELAY TACTIC - 2010-06-24

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Heritage News

The Plaintiff's lawyer at Ogilvy Renault has asked the defendants to allow their Motion to be postponed so that the Plaintiff can have the time to file their own motion for summary judgment and both motions can be then heard at the same time. The defendants have said a categorical “no!” to this new attempt to delay the proceedings.

Copyright Lawsuit: Expert says Notarized Affirmation is a FAKE! - 2010-06-22

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Heritage News

Breaking their silence of more than a month following the wide circulation of the Notarized Affirmation purported to have been signed in Boston by H.H. the Aga Khan, Defendants have disclosed their findings that the Affirmation is fake and they have therefore swiftly filed a Motion for Summary Judgment to be heard on July 12th 2010 at the Federal Court of Canada. The Motion says: "The activities complained of are not infringing the rights of the Aga Khan, who it appears from the forged signatures, has not authorized this action.

Copyright Lawsuit allegedly by Aga Khan: Defendants Move for Dismissal of the lawsuit - 2010-06-22

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Heritage News

Breaking their silence of more than a month following the wide circulation of the Notarized Affirmation purported to have been signed in Boston by H.H. the Aga Khan, Defendants have disclosed their findings that the Affirmation is fake and they have therefore swiftly filed a Motion for Summary Judgment to be heard on July 12th 2010 at the Federal Court of Canada. The Motion says: "The activities complained of are not infringing the rights of the Aga Khan, who it appears from the forged signatures, has not authorized this action."

Copyright Lawsuit Allegedly by Aga Khan: MOTION FOR DISMISSAL FILED - 2010-06-21

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On June 21st, the Defendants filed a motion for an order granting summary judgment dismissing the plaintiff's action. The Motion introduces new evidence of forgery and says: "The activities complained of are not infringing the rights of the Aga Khan, who it appears from the forged signatures, has not authorized this action." The motion will be argued 12-JUL-2010 to begin at 09:30, and an affidavit of reply is due from the plaintiff 10 days before this date.

Enews: $300 million Aga Khan project begins construction in Ward 26 - 2010-06-03

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e-mail

From: John Parker Toronto City Councillor Ward 26 - Don Valley West

May 28 marked an important milestone in an exciting project in Ward 26 that will create a new landmark in Toronto of international significance.

On that day the Prime Minister of Canada joined the Aga Khan and several hundred invited guests at the Foundation Ceremony marking the start of construction work on the $300 million Aga Khan Centre at the corner of Eglinton and the Don Valley Parkway.

Museum a fitting tribute - 2010-05-29

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www.thestar.com/opinion

A simple, exquisite jewel

The coming of the Aga Khan Islamic Art Museum and an Ismaili Centre in Toronto is a fitting tribute not just to this great city but to Canada — beacon of hope to the world.

Correa to design Islamic centre in Canada - 2010-06-01

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Rediff news

Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims has committed to build a poject in Toronto that will showcase the progressive side of Islamic culture to the people.The centre is supposed to built at Eglinton Avenue and Wynford Drive, a part of the city best known for its dreary anonymity.

Mumbai based architect Charles Correa, has been roped in to design the complex.

The intention, is to show the "plurality of Islam," something which North Americans could always be reminded of, said the Aga Khan.

Globe and mail Front Page: Canada's Moment to Lead - 2010-05-29

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Globe and Mail

Attached PDF of the News Clipping

Aga Khan visits Toronto - 2010-06-02

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South Asian Focus

Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week conferred honorary citizenship on the Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslim community.

The Aga Khan was in the city last week to mark the groundbreaking for the first museum of Islamic art and culture in North America, an Ismaili centre and park.

There are more than 30,000 Ismailis in Toronto alone.

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper conferring honorary citizenship on the Aga Khan, the spiritual leade of the Ismaili community.

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Photo submitted, South Asian Focus
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