Monthly Archives: March 2012

#84 – 100 Years Ago, 29 March,1912: Áqá Shoghi Effendi and Mírzá Munír required to leave the ship at Naples

Áqá Mírzá Muhamúd recorded in his diary the following regarding the situation when the ship stopped at Naples and official doctors determined that the eyes of Aqa Shoghi Effendi and Mirzá Munir  were infected and that they would have to return to Egypt. … Continue reading

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#83 – 100 Years Ago: Continuing the series about the western travels of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, devoted to following Him during His western travels, noting the communities and people that He visited and the topics about which He spoke.

March 25, 1912, Egypt to Naples, Italy, then on to the United States:  “‘Abdu’l-Bahá wintered in Egypt. The lavish expenditure of  His energies, during the three months’ sojourn in London and Paris, had heavily taxed His physical strength. A period of … Continue reading

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