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|1981. 15 Aug
||The passing of Muhamad Mustafá (b.1898 in El Dhahriya, Egypt), stalwart servant and mainstay of the Egyptian and Northern African communities. He was buried in the Bahá'í Cemetery in Cairo.
The follow cable was received from the Universal House of Justice:
15th AUGUST 1981. DEEPLY GRIEVED PASSING EMINENT DISTINGUISHED
SERVANT BLESSED BEAUTY MEMBER BOARD COUNSELLORS AFRICA
KNIGHT BAHA'ULLAH DEARLY LOVED MUḤAMMAD MUSṬAFÁ HIS LONG
RECORD DEDICATED SERVICES IN ADMINISTRATIVE TEACHING FIELDS HIS
SELF-SACRIFICING AUDACIOUS EFFORTS IN PROMOTION DEFENSE BELOVED
FAITH UNFORGETTABLE CONVEY BEREAVED FAMILY FRIENDS LOVING
SYMPATHY PRAYING HOLY SHRINES FURTHER UNFOLDMENT PROGRESS HIS
NOBLE SOUL ABHA KINGDOM UNIVERSAL HOUSE OF JUSTICE. [BW18p768-771]
||In Memoriam; Muhamad Mustafa; Knight of Bahaullah; Continental Boards of Counsellors
|2021. 30 Dec - 4 Jan
||The conference of the Continental Boards of Counsellors was held at the Bahá'í World Centre. The discussions of the Counsellors over the six days explored how the worldwide Bahá’í community could intensify its efforts to contribute to social progress predicated on the spiritual principle of oneness. In their analysis, the Counsellors concluded that achieving this aim is dependent on significantly extending the reach of Bahá’í educational programs that build capacity for service, at the heart of which is faith in the ability of a population to become the protagonists of its own development. [BWNS1573; BWNS1575; BWNS1571]
||Continental Boards of Counsellors; Conference
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