Baha’i

Ḥájí Faraju’lláh Tafríshí

Ḥájí Faraju’lláh, he lived on in that city, until the day when merciless oppressors banished Bahá’u’lláh to ‘Akká, and in His company the Ḥájí came here to the Most Great Prison.

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Hájí Áqáy-i-Tabrízí

He lived for a time in Ádhirbáyján, enamored of the Lord. When he became widely known thereabouts as one bearing the name of God, the people ruined his life.

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Rebequa (Becky) Getahoun Murphy

Her love for children and youth was legendary. In Ethiopia, she organized some of her friends and established an orphanage for about a dozen homeless children. At 19-Day Feasts she would take the children

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‘Abdu’l-Ghaffár of Iṣfahán

Another of those who left their homeland to become our neighbors and fellow prisoners was ‘Abdu’l-Ghaffár of Iṣfahán. He was a highly perceptive individual who, on commercial business, had traveled about Asia Minor for

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Mabel Rice-Wray Ives

Rizwanea gave more than 150 lectures in Toronto and 70 in Hamilton, Ontario, Toronto's expansion goal. One young friend in Toronto said, “She always knew the right answer. She never hurried you. She never

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Howard Colby Ives

Ives graduated from the Unitarian Theological school in 1905 at age 38. In addition to his ministry he established the Brotherhood Church on Sunday evenings in a Masonic Hall in Jersey City so as

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