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by R. Mehrabkhani

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ISBN:
0933770375
Author:
R. Mehrabkhani
Category:
Other Religions Practices & Sacred Texts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kalimat Pr; illustrated edition edition (September 1, 1987)
Pages:
294 pages
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1936 kb
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Items related to Mulla Husayn: Disciple at Dawn. The student was Mulla Husayn. R. Mehrabkhani Mulla Husayn: Disciple at Dawn. ISBN 13: 9780933770379. Mulla Husayn: Disciple at Dawn. His host: the Bab. That night, the Bab declared His mission to His astonished guest, and Mulla Husayn became the first believer in the new Dispensation. From tht moment, he dedicated his life to the spread of the Faith.

Mullá Husayn (1813–1849) (Persian: ملا حسين بشروئي‎ Mulláh Hossein Boshru'i), also known by the honorific Jináb-i Bábu'l-Báb ("Gate of the Gate"), was a Persian religious figure in 19th century Persia and the first Letter of the . .

Mullá Husayn (1813–1849) (Persian: ملا حسين بشروئي‎ Mulláh Hossein Boshru'i), also known by the honorific Jináb-i Bábu'l-Báb ("Gate of the Gate"), was a Persian religious figure in 19th century Persia and the first Letter of the Living of the Bábí religion. He was the first person to profess belief in the Báb as the promised Mahdi of Islam and a Manifestation of God, founding a new independent religion.

Mullá Husayn was born with the given name of Muhammad Husayn Bushru'í in Búshrúyih (near Mashhad) to a wealthy and established family of the town. Mehrabkhani, Ruhu'llah (1987). Los Angeles: Kalimát Press. His father Hájí Mullá & was a dyer; his mother was a poetess and known for her piety and knowledge. uk/books?id wDYnPNwuwtcC&printsec frontcover&source gbs v2 summary r&cad 0.

Mehrabkhani, R. (1987). Mullá Ḥusayn: Disciple at Dawn. Los Angeles, CA, USA: Kalimat Press.

Carrying corpses to the Holy Shrines, Persia, 19th century. Unknown - Mehrabkhani, Ruhu'llah (1987). Carrying corpses to the Holy Shrines, Persia, 19th century. Published in: Mehrabkhani, Ruhu'llah (1987) Mulla Husayn: Disciple at Dawn, Los Angeles: Kalimát Press, pp. xix ISBN: 0933770375.

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The telling of the story of Mulla Husayn, the first believer of the new Revelation, is both gripping and heartrending. This is a powerful and moving story that is certain to inspire every reader.
  • Dianazius
This is an amazing story of a frail scholar who became a warrior. Mulla Husayn was an Islamic theologian in Persia in the nineteenth century who was the first disciple of the Bab, whom members of the Baha'i Faith regard as a prophet or messenger of God, and who established an independent world religion. Mulla Husayn became a champion of the newly born faith, which was subject to severe persecution by the government, culminating in a sustained siege of 300 Babis (followers of the Bab) at the Fort of Tabarsi. The book details how the Babis were surrounded and relentlessly attacked. Time and again this small band of believers, with no military training, riding on horseback and brandishing swords or knives as weapons, repeatedly routed thousands of government troops that were armed with muskets and cannon and were secured behind barricades. This is a story made to be dramatized on film. Most significant about Mulla Husayn, though, is his utter humility, courage and spiritual vision. R. Mehrabkhani tells the story of Mulla Husayn simply and directly, remaining absolutely faithful to the limited historical information and yet presenting a compelling tale about this magnificent hero of religious history.
  • Qwne
This book is a moving account of the first to declare his believe in the Bàb.