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|1921. (Beginning in)
||The Bahá'í community of Iran began publishing a magazine called Aḵbār-e amrī. Containing the holy writings of the Bahá'í faith, domestic and foreign Bahá'í news, official announcements of Bahá'í administrative bodies, and articles on various aspects of the Faith The magazine became a vital means of communication and a register of the main historical events for six decades until its closing in 1980. [BAHAISM v. The Bahai Community in Iran by V. Rafati]
||Aḵbare amri; publications; Z****