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A Traveller’s Narrative

Abstract In the classification of Baha’i texts, the book “A Traveler’s Narrative” is considered a historical source among the Baha’is. This book was written by Abbas ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, the second leader of the Baha’i Faith. The author of…

Iqan

Abstract The Baha’is believe that the most important certitude book is Iqan, which Bahaullah wrote between 1278-1280. This book was written to demonstration Qaemiyat’s claim of Mirza Ali Mohammd Bab (address to his uncle). Bahaullah…

Aqdas

Abstract Aqdas is the Book of Baha'i Laws, which was written by Mirza Hussein Ali, surnamed Baháʼu'lláh, in Port Akka (north of Israel) in 1268 A.H. This book is in Arabic and for a while, it was not translated in another language for a…

Tanbih al-Na’imin

Abstract What is mentioned in this book is some of the approaches that two groups of Azalians and Baha'is used to show the incorrectness of each other's beliefs about how to continue the teachings of Mirza Ali Muhammad Bab. Baha’is…

Kashf al-Ghita ‘an hiyal al-a’da

Introduction One of the important historical sources of Babiah is Mirza Jani Kashani’s book Noghtatul al-Kaf, which Edward Brown, with the help of Mohammad Qazvini, made an introduction to it and published it. This book is for the biases…

The Baha’is and Politics

From the very beginning of the emergence of Babiism, followed by Baha’ism, many believed that the foothold of Tsarist Russia in exploiting this movement to create differences and divisions among the Iranian nation is clearly visible.…

The Enemies of Imam Mahdi

Bahá'ís say: “The Promised Savior of the Islamic religion, the Mahdi (peace be upon him), was a person named Mirza Ali Muhammad Shirazi (known as the Bab), who appeared in 1260 AH (1844), and the religion of Islam ended with his appearance.…

The Ups and Downs

Mr.Yadullah Sabet Rasekh was born in 1911. His father, Mirza Muhammad Khan Faridani (Nayeb), a governmental staff, was influenced by the publicity of a Bahai teacher, Sadr al-ulama, and converted to the Bahai faith. So his children became…