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||Shakontala (‘Shaku’) Aswani, the first Gibraltarian to become a Bahá’í, enrolled in Northern Ireland, shortly afterwards returning to Gibraltar.
||Northern Ireland; Gibraltar
||First Bahais by country or area
||The first province-wide gathering of Bahá’í youth in Northern Ireland convenes. [BINS154:15]
|1989 24 – 27 Mar
||The first All-Ireland Youth Spring School was held in Closkelt, Northern Ireland. [BINS197:51]
||Closkelt; Northern Ireland
|2004 (In the year)
||The General Register Office in Northern Ireland officially recognised the Bahá'í Faith as a legitimate religion with authority to marry its members. Dr. Beman Khosravi has been appointed as official Bahá'í Marriage Officer. The first marriage took place in Cullybackey between Carmen Zambrana Candel and John Twiname. [The Belfast Telegraph 28 April, 2004]
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- Equality and Baha'i Principles in Northern Ireland, by Edwin Graham, in Solas, 1 (2001). A paper in two parts: (1) the development of equality legislation in Northern Ireland, and (2) the Bahá’í Teachings in relation to equality and the extent to which Northern Irish legislation applies or does not apply them. [about]
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