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There are 6 papers by Ahdieh

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Abdu'l-Bahá in New York 1912 : An Illustrated Narrative Hussein Ahdieh English 107 `Abdu'l-Baha, the eldest Son and appointed successor of Baha'u'llah, the Prophet Founder of the Baha'i Faith, visited United States of America for 239 days from April 11, 1912 to December 5, 1912. During that sojourn He spent 85 days in the City of New York. This presentation covers some of the most poignant accounts of His visit in New York City...  
Abdu'l-Bahá's Visit to North America: An Illustrated Story Hussain Ahdieh English 109  
Awakening: The Birth and Tribulations of a Bahá'í Community in Iran Hussein Ahdieh English 111 In 1850, Nayriz was a sleepy farm town in the Fars province of Iran. Most people tended their farms by day and mingled with family and friends at night under the dim light of kerosene lamps. Life for the inhabitants of Nayriz was peaceful—but it was a stifling peace without any hope, where the future was merely a continuation of the past. On...  
Historical Background of Bahá'u'lláh's Súratu'n-Nush (Exhortation) Husein Ahdieh English 113 In 1850, Nayriz was a sleepy farm town in the Fars province of Iran. Most people tended their farms by day and mingled with family and friends at night under the dim light of kerosene lamps. Life for the inhabitants of Nayriz was peaceful—but it was a stifling peace without any hope, where the future was merely a continuation of the past. On M...  
گزارشی مصوّر از سفر حضرت عبدالبهاء به نیو یورک در سال 1912 Illustrated Account of Abdu'l-Bahá's Journey to New York in 1912 Hussein Ahdieh فارسی 106  
`Abdu'l-Bahá's Visit to North America: An Illustrated Story Hussain Ahdieh English 111 `Abdu'l-Baha spent the majority of his stay while in North America in or near the city of New York, which he announced to be the City of the Covenant and where he proclaimed Lua Getsinger to be the Herald, and himself as the Center of the Covenant. He gave the majority of his lectures while there. News coverage of his time in New York was extensi...