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The Ismailis elaborated a diversity of intellectual traditions.
The recovery of Ismaili literature in modern times indeed attests to the rich literary heritage of the Ismailis and their intellectual achievements which reached their summit during the Fatimid phase of their history - often referred to as the “golden age” of Ismailism.
Currently number several million and are scattered as Muslim minorities in some twenty-five countries of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and North America.
Named after Ismail , the eldest son of Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (d.