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1940 (in the decade) The first Bahá’ís reside in the Belgian Congo (Zaire), Mr Rajah Ali Vahdat and Mme Marthe Molitor. Belgian Congo Rajah Ali Vahdat; Marthe Molitor
1951 Oct Marthe Jeanne Molitor, the first Belgian Bahá’í to settle in another country, leaves for the Belgian Congo (Zaire) one day after becoming a Bahá’í. Belgian Congo Marthe Jeanne Molitor
1955 Twenty–two African Bahá’ís are expelled from the Belgian Congo. Belgian Congo religious persecution
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