Prince Ali Muhammad is One Year Old
His Highness the Aga Khan and Begum Inaara announce the birth of a wonderful son
Mubarak! Mubarak! Rejoice!
Begum Inaara gave birth to a baby boy named Prince Aly Muhammad. Mashallah!
Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Inaara were married on May 30th 1998 and there was great rejoicing all over the world. Now, there will be even more rejoicing on receiving these Mubarak news the world over. Please attend Jamat Khana and share your joyous wishes and prayers for the couple.
As I receive more information, I'll update these pages.
Prince born to Aga Khan and wife
Associated Press Newswires
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GOUVIEUX, France (AP) - The Aga Khan and his German-born wife
announced the birth on Tuesday in Paris of a son, Prince Aly Muhammad.
The prince and his 36-year-old mother, Begum Inaara Aga Khan, were
doing well, according to the Aga Khan's press office. There was no
immediate word on the weight of the child.
The 63-year-old Aga Khan is the 49th hereditary imam of the Ismaili
Muslim community, which has a following of 12-15 million people
He married Gabriele zu Leiningen, of Frankfurt, in May 1998, at his
estate, Aiglemont, in Gouvieux, 25 miles (40 kms) north of Paris. A
consultant to the U.N. Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
she converted to the Muslim religion, taking the name Inaara.
The Aga Khan has three children from his previous marriage to
English-born Princess Salimah, and Begum Inaara has a daughter from a
The new-born prince was named after his late grandfather and Hazrat
Aly, the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Mohammad and the first
imam of the Ismaili Muslims.
News of the expected arrival in September
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