In March 2006 the NSA of the United Kingdom suspended the "Association for Baha'i Studies (English-speaking Europe)" and replaced it with the "Association for Baha'i Studies (United Kingdom)". At that time the Baha'i Studies Review was given a new editorial board and a new publisher, Intellect, and housed at atypon-link.com where this article was provided as a free download. BSR has moved to yet a third website, ingentaconnect.com, which no longer offers this PDF online.
Jamal Effendi and Sayyid Mustafa Rumi in Celebes:
The Context of Early Bahá'í Missionary Activity in Indonesia
published in Bahá'í Studies Review, 14, pages 23-37 London: Association for Baha'i Studies English-Speaking Europe, 2007-12
Abstract: In the late 19th century Jamal Effendi and Sayyid Mustafa Rumi made a journey to the Dutch East Indies (now the Republic of Indonesia) to establish the Bahá'í Faith there. This paper presents the results of an attempt to recover more details of that journey by using Dutch colonial sources. It focuses on Jamal and Rumi's sojourn on the island of Celebes (now Sulawesi) as it was there that they achieved what might be considered to be one of their main successes: the conversion of the king and queen of Boné.