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An encyclopedia about the Bahá’í­ Faith.

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ALERT: 7 Bahá’ís in Iran facing 20 years in prison
Seven Bahai leaders.jpg The seven, known as the the "Yaran" – or "Friends" – were arrested in 2008, all members of a national-level group that helped to see to the minimum needs of Iran's 300,000-member Bahá’í­ community. Their trial consisted of six brief court appearances between 12 January and 14 June; during which time they were allowed only 1 hours access to their lawyer[1]. Originally sentenced to 20 years in prison, it was reduced briefly to 10; as of 30 March 2011 it remains 20 years. Background, International support

Updates:

  • 16 December 2013 Letter to President Rouhani from imprisoned Bahá’í­s.
  • 29 March 2012 Iran's seven Bahá’í leaders: 10,000 days in prison.
  • 15 February 2011 Concern following a transfer to "more brutal sections of the prison complex".
  • 9 March 2011 Human rights groups renew support for Iran's seven imprisoned Bahá’í­ leaders.
  • 30 March 2011 Original 20-year sentences have been reinstated following a brief reduction to 10.
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Today's featured article
A fundamental principle of the Bahá’í Faith is the harmony of religion and science. The Bahá’í Faith teaches that properly appreciated, science and religion will never conflict, as each are complementary ways of explaining truth, which on any issue must necessarily be singular. The teachings state that whenever conflict arises between religion and science it is due to human error; either through misinterpretation of religious scriptures or the lack of a more complete understanding of science. ‘Abdu’l-Bahá explained that religious teachings which are at variance with science should not be accepted; he explained that religion has to be reasonable since God endowed humankind with reason so that they can discover truth.
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Today's featured individual
Mírzá Músá
Mírzá Músá surnamed Áqáy-i-Kalím was the only true brother of Bahá’u’lláh. He was later identified by Shoghi Effendi as one of the nineteen Apostles of Bahá’u’lláh. The life of Mírzá Músá was so inextricably bound up with that of Bahá’u’lláh himself, that his life and background mirror the life and travels of Bahá’u’lláh. He was an integral part of correspondence between Bahá’u’lláh and the Bahá’ís. He experienced the same imprisonment, exile, assaults, and degrading circumstances that were given to the small band of family members associated with Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. Bahá’u’lláh used Mírzá Músá as an example to show his respect for the law. In the history of the Bahá’í cause, Mírzá Músá stands out as a loyal and faithful follower until the end.
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In the garden of thy heart plant naught but the rose of love, and from the nightingale of affection and desire loosen not thy hold. Treasure the companionship of the righteous and eschew all fellowship with the ungodly.

- Bahá’u’lláh, Hidden Words
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Stories told by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá are an introduction to living a spiritual life pleasing to the Creator of all humankind. Gleaned from the written record of stories told over a period of many years by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, they provide life changing perceptions of spiritual realities that often escape the modern mind.
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10-haparsim-street.jpg The second Western Pilgrim House, often referred to as "the old western Pilgrim House", located at 10 Haparsim (Persian) Street in Haifa, Israel, was used as a pilgrim house for members of the Bahá’í Faith who had come for pilgrimage during the first half of the 20th century.
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