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Timbuktu

Discours de Son Altesse l’Aga Khan après la Cérémonie de remise des diplômes 2008-04-24

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akdn.org

Bismillahh-ir-Rahmanir-Rahim

Monsieur le Ministre de l’Administration Territoriale et des Collectivités Locales, Général Kafougouna Koné,
Monsieur le Gouverneur de la Région de Tombouctou, Colonel d’Aviation Mamadou Togola,
Monsieur le Maire de la Commune de Tombouctou, Said Ould Mahmoud,
Cher Imam ben Essayouti de la Mosquée de Djingarey ber,
Chers Imams des Mosquées de Sankoré et de Sidi Yahya,
Monsieur le Grand Qadi de Tombouctou,
Chers Invités,
Mesdames et Messieurs,

Asalaam-o-aleikum

Aga Khan urges rediscovery of ancient Mali town - 2003-10-13

Source: 
www.nationaudio.com/News/DailyNation/Today/News/News131020034.html

The Aga Khan at the weekend retraced the footsteps of scholars and merchants whose journeys across the Sahara once helped establish a major cultural and commercial crossroads in this medieval city.Walking through the sand-swept alleys of this ancient seat of learning to the 14th century Djingereiber Mosque, the Aga Khan, accompanied by Mali?s Prime Minister Ahmed Mohamed Ag Hamani, spoke of the need for cultural revitalisation to be linked to focused investment in the social sector and carefully planned economic development.

Aga Khan Urges 'Rediscovery' of Timbuktu and DjennePoverty alleviation and cultural revitalisation can be linked through focused investment - H.H. THE AGA KHAN IN MALI - 2003-10-10

His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (spiritual leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims today retraced the footsteps of scholars and merchants whose journeys across the Sahara once helped establish a major cultural and commercial crossroads in this medieval city. Walking through the sand-swept alleys of this ancient seat of learning to the 14th century Djingereiber Mosque, the Aga Khan, accompanied by Mali's Prime Minster Ahmed Mohamed Ag Hamani, spoke of the need for cultural revitalisation to be linked to focused investment in the social sector and carefully planned economic development.


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