Baha'ullah


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Baha'ullah

(ˌbɑːhɑːˈʊlə)
n
(Biography) title of Mirza Hosein Ali. 1817–92, Persian religious leader: originally a Shiite Muslim, later a disciple of the Bab; founder of the Baha'í Faith
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LAHORE -- Punjab Minister for Human Rights and Minorities Affairs Khalil Tahir Sandhu Saturday felicitated the Baha'i community of Pakistan on the birth anniversary of the founder of the faith, Baha'ullah (1817-1892).
Bausani, Religion in Iran: From Zoroaster to Baha'ullah (New York: Bibliotheca Persica Press, 2000), 116.
The mystical traditions in the discrete religious histories that Baha'ullah perceptibly called the Semitic and the Aryan converge on the concept of ultimate reality (Stace, 1960) that represents the formless quantum vacuum that quantum physicists and their new colleagues in cosmology deal with daily.
The Iranian Shia clergy views the movement as apostasy, chiefly because it arose among Shias who accepted Baha'ullah, the movement's founder, as a prophet, although Islam decrees hat Mohammad was the final prophet sent by God.
Based on the teachings of 19th-century Arab prophet Baha'ullah, it has no clergy and is run by elected bodies.
About a dozen people will travel to London to celebrate the birth in 1819 of the Bab, who was the precursor of Baha'ullah, who founded the Baha'i faith.
The Carmel hillside in Haifa is dominated by the Bahai complex which includes a gold domed shrine housing the bones of Mirza Ali Mohammed, executed in Persia in 1850 for the heresy of proclaiming the coming of the "Promised One," the Baha'ullah, who founded the religion and is buried near Akko.
ISLAMABAD -- Commemorating the 200th birth celebrations of Baha'ullah, the Founder of the Baha'i Faith, a special event would be held here at National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) on October 20.
The next essay, by the co-editor Dominic Parviz Brookshaw, "Instructive Encouragement: Tablets of Baha'ullah and 'Abdu'l-Baha to Baha'i Women in Iran and India" (pp.
She said: "I was delighted to be asked to write and present for Prayer for the Day - the scripts and prayers are all thought- provoking and touch on some of the central teachings of Baha'ullah, founder of the Baha' Faith.
The Baha'i Faith is an independent world religion founded more than 150 years ago by Baha'ullah. The unity of mankind is its main teaching.
As a follower of the Baha'i Faith I would implore people to take heed of this message: ''It is not his to boast who loveth his country, but it is his who loveth the world''- Baha'ullah. We can clearly see in Kosovo and the mindless bombings in London, how lack of love for all humanity and self interest in divisive prejudices produces extremely evil actions.