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Kamar Bahai (October 5,1904 - November 10,1970) was a granddaughter of Baha’u’llah through his son Badi Ullah.

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In 1891, Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri, a Persian nobleman in exile who called himself Baha’u’llah (“The Glory of God”), wrote the following words, claiming to be revealing God’s message for a new era of human civilization:The first Glad-Tidings...

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    Recently Baha'is have launched official websites for many Middle Eastern Arab countries aiming at gaining more Human Resource for their cult. The only Middle Eastern countries left are Israel and Saudi Arabia.

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SH (Baha’is) Iran CG [2006] UKAIT 00041

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The Bahai Faith, best-known for its liberal social teachin

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This article analyzes the dissolution of the Bahai local assembly of Los Angeles in 1986-1988 by the National Assembly. Official explanations for this move focused on lapses in morality and administrative discipline. But local interviewees, as well as some official pronouncements, suggest that the conflict had two roots: The globalization of the community and resultant ethnic conflict among whites, African-Americans and newly immigrant Iranians; and national/local conflicts over power and money. The article concludes that low-information elections, the unaccountability of elected officials, censorship, and difficulties in acknowledging social conflict, make for such episodes in the Bahai religion.

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All professional historians in the field of Babi-Baha'i

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 Compiled by Eric Stetson.

(Unknown descendants in red.  People whose contact information I have in blue.)

 

 

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