Monday, May 5, 2008

357)Your truly, Easy Nash, overcomes stiff competition to become the leading points-getter in the WORLD for inviting facebookers to see Aga Khan Film

It was a grinding race and I faced very stiff competition from facebookers in London, UK, Karachi, Pakistan, San Fransisco, California and Boston, Massachussetts, USA as well as my own hometown of Toronto, Canada but in the end on May 2nd 2008 I prevailed to become the leading points-getter in the WORLD on the social networking site of Facebook for inviting fellow facebookers to see the film "An Islamic Conscience: The Aga Khan and the Ismailis". You have to be a member of Facebook to see how close the points spread currently is and I decided to record and petrify this achievement for posterity by blogging about it because these crazies are still hot on my heels and could overtake me at any point although I intened to do whatever I can to prevent that.

I first blogged on December 3rd 2007 about the documentary film "An Islamic Conscience: The Aga Khan and the Ismailis" here:

Since then the film has gone on to be shown in a number of key locations in the UK and the USA with a very key premiere to take place on May 2oth 2008 at the US Capitol, the home of the US Congress, Washington DC, and hosted by Texas Congresswoman Bernice Eddie Johnson and the Congressional Muslim Staffers Association.

The much-visited and wildly popular website Ismaili Mail has kept us all abreast of the progress of this film documentary:

Easy Nash

The Qur'an itself repeatedly recommends Muslims to become better educated in order better to understand God's creation: Aga Khan IV(2007)
The Quran tells us that signs of Allah's Sovereignty are found in the contemplation of His Creation: Aga Khan IV(2007)
This notion of the capacity of the human intellect to understand and to admire the creation of Allah will bring you happiness in your everyday lives: Aga Khan IV(2007)
Islam, eminently logical, placing the greatest emphasis on knowledge, purports to understand God's creation: Aga Khan IV(2006)