Events After the Departure of Baha’u’llah

Mohammed Jawad Gazvini, also known as Muhammad Javad Qazvini, was one of the inner circle of Baha’u’llah’s companions, and was given by him the title Ism-i-Jud or Ismu’lldhi’l-Jud (“The Name of God, Bounty”). Originally from Qazvin, Iran, he accompanied Baha’u’l­lah in his exile to Baghdad, Adrianople, and Acre, and served as one of his corresponding secretaries. After Baha’u’llah’s death, he sided with Mohammed Ali Bahai in the sectarian dispute against ‘Abdu’l-Baha, and in 1914 wrote one of the most important books of the Unitarian Baha’i tradition, a history of the Baha’i faith entitled A Brief History of Beha U’llah.

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