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First Baháʾí martyrs of Shíráz in 1871

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After the departure of Hájí Muhammad-Ibráhím [Muballigh] from Shíráz, the admired Nabíl Akbar, that is, Mullá Muhammad Qáʾiní, arrived. Among the incidents that occurred during this period in Shíráz and caused disturbance for the friends was the bitter dispute and confl ict between Mírzá Abúʾl-Hasan Khán, the Mushíruʾl-Mulk [II], and Mírzá ʿAlí-Muhammad Khán, the Qavámuʾl-Mulk [II]. Since the MushíruʾlMulk was a vizier and the Qavámuʾl-Mulk performed the offices of Kalántar and Biglar-bayki, the believers became pawns in their contentions. The wife of Hájí Abúʾl-Hasan was a religious and pious woman and in every manner was a support to her husband.

Keywords: Baháʾí; Hájí Abúʾl-Hasan; Shíráz



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