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|1885. 27 Mar 1885
||Martyrdom of Mullá `Alíy-i-Námiqí in Námiq, Turbat-i-Haydarí, Khurásán. [BW18:383]
||Namiq; Turbat-i-Haydari; Khurasan
|1896. Jun - Jul
||Several Bahá'ís are beaten and four are imprisoned in Turbat-i-Haydarí when two mujtahids stir up the townspeople against them. [BW18:384]
|1896. 21 Jul
||Hájí Muhammad Sádiq is stabbed to death in Turbat-i-Haydarí. [BW18:384]
||Haji Muhammad Sadiq
|1896. 24 Jul
||Four Bahá'ís are executed in Turbat-i-Haydarí on the order of the mujtahid. [BW18:384; BBR405]
BBRXXIX says the four Bahá'ís were martyred in August.
- These four together with Hájí Muhammad Sádiq are known as the Shuhadáy-i-Khamsih (Five Martyrs). [GPB296]
- Their martyrdom is the result of the assassination of the Sháh, for which the Bahá'ís are erroneously blamed. [GPB296]
- For Western accounts of the episode see BBR405–6.
||Haji Muhammad Sadiq; Shuhaday-i-Khamsih; The Five Martyrs
|1924 2 Apr
||Bahá'ís in Turbat-i-Haydarí, Iran, are attacked; some are arrested and imprisoned and others are forced to leave the town permanently. [BW18:388]