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1964 Ridván The National Spiritual Assembly of Malaysia was formed with its seat in Kuala Lumpur and comprising Malaya, Singapore, Brunei, Sabah, and Sarawak. [BW14p99] Kuala Lumpur; Malaysia; Malaya; Singapore; Brune; Sabah; Sarawak National Spiritual Assembly, formation
1966 (Late in the year) Lorraine Landau arrived on Saba in the West Leeward Islands, the first Bahá’í to settle on the island. Saba Lorraine Landau
1970 (In the Year) The first Gypsy in Spain to become a Bahá’í, Maria Camacho Martinez, enrolled in Sabadell. Sabadell; Spain Maria Camacho Martinez; First believers by background
1998 Ridván Three new National Spiritual Assemblies were elected at Ridván, two in Malaysia, in Sabah with its seat in Kota Kinabalu, and in Sarawak with it seat in Kuching. A third was elected in Europe, in Slovakia with its seat in Bratislava. [Ridán Message 1998; BW97-98p34] Sabah; Sarawak; Slovakia National Spiritual Assembly, formation; statistics
2003. 1 Jun A fatwa was issued by the Mufti of Sabah State Government that declared that the Bahá'í teachings were deviant teachings and that Muslims were forbidden all involvement including the practice of the Faith and the holding of any literature or other material. [Fatwa] Sabah State; Malaysia Fatwa; Persecution, Malaysia; Persecution, Other; Persecution
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