By Sen Mc Glinn
By Denis Mac Eoin
BĀB “door, gate, entrance”: a term of varied applications.
A religious thought appeared in Persia around 1844 at the invitation of a man from the people of Shiraz, known as Ali Muhammad.
Although Babism never developed much beyond the stage of a sectarian movement within Shia Islam, it experienced a number of minor but interesting divisions, particularly in its early phase.
Shoghi Effendi did not accept to make any changes to the contents of the 10 years plan, nor to change the members of the International Bahá'í Council, or to change its appointed chairman (Mas
It was toward the end of 1911 when I arrived in Paris from Istanbul, where I had been staying since the beginning of February of that year.
Imagine a man who has brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, and a wife.
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