Babi/Baha'i history

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of is based into with upon If with intent days. of returned to the two of 89 defeated. to to was passed in the carried feet BABIST Fanaticism Charged With the Shah's Murder, Junior the Son of the Monarch in a Cnspiracy To Rid Persian Throne of Regal Intolerance. German Budget of News Peculiar Interest. A Son's Conspiracy. London, May 2, (Coprighted by :iated Press, 1896,)--It is rumored that the assassination of the shah Persia was brought about by tbe machinations of his eldest son, Massoud Mirzia, the governor of Ishpapan. latter was born in 1850, while the shah, the second son of the deceased monarch, was born in 18c3, but the latter the offspring of_ a wife of rank was chosen to succeed his place of Massoud, the eldest brother. He often rebuked Mirza for his unruliness. in 1883 he recalled him. and allowed him to return to Ishpapan disbanding some regiments and ordering ordering him to pay more than the tribute. Mirzia resented the treatment, and it was believed that he might an attempt to usurp the throne. Religion Has to Do With It. Massoud Mirzia who is enormously rich, was unpopular on account of severity and intolerance on the hand Muzaffar-Ed-Din, the new shah, is much loved by his people. The discontent of the Babist sect, upon Mirzia is believed to have worked, due to the fact that the late shah not allow them to establish their religion, his refusal to do so being upon the representations made, that would conflict with the existing faith Persia and split the people into religious factions. The Babists always have been kept in check and little been heard from them for some

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  1. Daily Leader,
  2. 03 May 1896, Sun,
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