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'''Jemima Khan''' (née '''Goldsmith''') is the British [[UNICEF]] goodwill Ambassador, ex-wife of Pakistani cricketer turned politician, [[Imran Khan]], and a supporter of the self-professed counter-extremist [[think tank]], the [[Quilliam Foundation]].  
 
'''Jemima Khan''' (née '''Goldsmith''') is the British [[UNICEF]] goodwill Ambassador, ex-wife of Pakistani cricketer turned politician, [[Imran Khan]], and a supporter of the self-professed counter-extremist [[think tank]], the [[Quilliam Foundation]].  
  
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In April 2008, she was invited by [[Ed Husain]] to attend the launch of the [[Quilliam Foundation]]. Jemima Khan gave a short speech about the importance of the Quilliam Foundation and wished them success.<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oN0QBNXMjxQ Jemima Khan Speech at Quilliam  Foundation Launch on 22 April 2008, Youtube], accessed 23/02/10</ref>
 
In April 2008, she was invited by [[Ed Husain]] to attend the launch of the [[Quilliam Foundation]]. Jemima Khan gave a short speech about the importance of the Quilliam Foundation and wished them success.<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oN0QBNXMjxQ Jemima Khan Speech at Quilliam  Foundation Launch on 22 April 2008, Youtube], accessed 23/02/10</ref>
  

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(journalist)
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BornJemima Marcelle Goldsmith
1974-01-30
Westminster, London
CitizenshipUnited Kingdom and Pakistan
Alma materUniversity of Bristol, SOAS
ReligionIslam
Children2
Parents • Sir James Goldsmith
• Lady Annabel Vane-Tempest-Stewart
SpouseImran Khan

Jemima Khan (née Goldsmith) is the British UNICEF goodwill Ambassador, ex-wife of Pakistani cricketer turned politician, Imran Khan, and a supporter of the self-professed counter-extremist think tank, the Quilliam Foundation.

Activities

In April 2008, she was invited by Ed Husain to attend the launch of the Quilliam Foundation. Jemima Khan gave a short speech about the importance of the Quilliam Foundation and wished them success.[1]

In 2011, sponsored by the Reprieve organisation, she spoke out against US drone strikes in Pakistan.[2]

On 7 May 2016, following Zac Goldsmith's heavy defeat in the 2016 London mayoral election by Sadiq Khan, Jemima tweeted that her brother was an "eco-friendly, independent-minded politician with integrity" and his campaign, which has been widely criticised for using "dog-whistle racism", did not reflect this.[3][4]


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