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Abbás Effendí: Centenary of His Visit to Egypt (1910-1913) Nabil Fares English 107 'Abdu'l-Baha `Abbas (23 May 1844 - 28 November 1921), known to the Arab and Islamic worlds as Abbas Effendi, and to the west as `Abdul-Baha, was the greatest middle-eastern mind that explained the spiritual and material issues in a contemporary way. His creative ideas led the reformation movements at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of...  
Ascertaining the Validity of Islamic Hadíth: A Personal Prospective Azadeh Mohandessi-Fares Nabil Fares English 15 The validity of Islamic Hadith is questioned, scrutinized, rejected by some scholars of theology, and admitted, recognized, accepted by others. The Bab, Baha'u'llah, and 'Abdu'l-Baha, have referred to some hadiths in their sacred writings. In this paper we will reflect to ascertain the efficacy of Islamic hadith through the revelation of Baha'u'll...  
Comparable Laws: Two Different Dispensations: The Kitáb-i-Aqdas and the Bayán Nabil Fares English 40 Is there a relationship between the laws revealed in the Kitab-i-Aqdas and those revealed in the Bayan? What are the laws that were revealed in the Bayan, and abrogated by Baha'u'llah? Which ones does His Holiness Baha'u'llah corroborate? During the course of these two 'Irfan sessions we will present a comparative study of the laws of the Kitab-i-...  
Comparative Review of Zakat and Huqúq'u'lláh, A Nabil Fares English 95 The four pillars of the Islamic Religion, are the Obligatory Prayer, which includes ablution and washing, Zakat, Fasting, Pilgrimage to the Sacred House (Kabba) in Mecca. Zakat is of two kinds, compulsory, and voluntary. The compulsory is an obligation as it is mandated in the sacred text. Muslims are commanded to do it, and the Islamic traditi...  
Comparative Review of Zakat and Huquq'u'lláh, A Nabil Fares English 100 The four pillars of the Islamic Religion are the Obligatory Prayer, which includes ablution and washing, Zakat, Fasting, Pilgrimage to the Sacred House (Ka`bba) in Mecca. Zakat is of two kinds, compulsory, and voluntary. The compulsory is an obligation as it is mandated in the sacred text. Muslims are commanded to do it, and the Islamic traditio...  
Divine Origin of the Bahá'í Faith Fares Hedayati English 93 On May 7th of this year, Mr. Ataollah Mohajerani , former minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance in the cabinet of Mr. Mohammad Khatami, called the Baha'i faith a semi-religion or a "man-made" religion. This occurred in a press conference in Berlin. He further asserted that he came to this conclusion by reading the Book of Certitude and the Boo...  
Obedience to Divine Law: Evolution of the Individual's Perception Azadeh Fares Nabil Fares English 5 Religion is the outer expression of divine reality and is progressive. The divine utterance is revealed to humankind by each Manifestation according to humanity's capacity at the time. In Islam Muhammad said "Say. If ye love God, then follow me: God will love you, and forgive your sins, for God is Forgiving, Merciful" (al-Imran, verse 29). Baha'u'...  
Súrih-yi-Vafá (Tablet to Vafá) Azadeh Mohandessi-Fares English 40 Among the tablets revealed in Akka after the revelation of Kitab-i-Aqdas is the tablet to Vafa known as Muhammad Husayn of Shiraz. The Tablet holds essential keys to a few important themes in the revelation of Baha'u'llah. These weighty subjects can be listed as: The meaning of true fidelity (Vafa) The meaning of Return and Resurrection ...  
Súrihs of Hájj: Pilgrimage to the Two Houses Nabil Fares English 32 During the period of Adrianople, Baha'u'llah revealed the Súriy-i-Hajj (Súrih of Pilgrimage) for visiting the House of the Bab in Shiraz and sent it to Nabil-i-A'zam. After Nabil-i-A'zam carried out the instructions of Baha'u'llah in Shiraz, he received another tablet, the Súriy-i-Hajj (Súrih of Pilgrimage) for the house...  
Tablet of Laylatu'l-Quds, The Nabil Fares English 32 This lucid and splendid tablet was revealed in Adrianople in answer to Darvish Sadeq 'Ali. The content of Lawh-i-Laylatu'l Quds opens a view to numerous themes in the Baha'i dispensation. The topics presented are: the servitude and humbleness of Baha'u'llah in relation to Almighty God; that all proceeding from the Manifestation of God is from God a...  
Tablets Pertaining to the Covenant: Adrianople 1863-1868 Azadeh Mohandessi-Fares English 32 One of the unique aspects of the revelation of Baha'u'llah is the establishment of the divinely ordained institution of the Covenant. The period of Adrianople was a time of unprecedented trials and tremendous tests for the followers of the Bab and the Blessed Beauty in relation to the Greater Covenant. It was also a time during which Baha'u'llah wi...  
Tafsír-i-Hurúfát-i-Muqatta'ih: Commentary on the "Isolated Letters" Nabil Fares English 26 Twenty-nine Súrihs of the Qur'an start with one or more letters of the Arabic alphabet right after the invocation (In the Name of God the Beneficent the Merciful). These letters are known as the "Isolated Letters." Muslims believe that these letters are distinct to the Qur'an. It is believed that these letters contain and conceal meanings an...