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Mulla Jafar Isfahani

The Bab often remarked how out of a city full of clergy, divines and religious institutions that the first to recognize the truth was a sifter of wheat, Mulla Jafar Isfahani.

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Edith Magee Inglis

Edith married William Otto Inglis, a renown journalist in 1910. William was an Episcopalian and never became a Baha’i. He worked for the New York Herald, The World and Harper’s Weekly and carried out

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Roya Ishraqi

Roya was very active in her life and loved sports such as mountain climbing. Her sister, Rosita, became engaged the same day that her father was killed.

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Haji Mulla Isma’il-i-Qumi

In the days when the fort of Tabarsi had become the rallying centre for the disciples of the Bab, he languished disconsolate upon a sick-bed, unable to lend his assistance and play his part

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‘Izzat Ishraqi

During one of Mrs. Ishraqi's interrogations, during which she was blindfolded and having a difficult time walking, the interrogator taunted her, saying, “Are you so blind that you cannot walk."

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