Mirza Yahya Nouri: "Azal" or "Sobhe Azal "?


Mirza Yahya Noori (the successor of Mirza Ali Muhammad Bab and the opponent of the leadership of Mirza Husayn Ali Baha'u'llah) is one of those whose personality, status and works analysis has a fundamental role in the correct understanding of the history and teachings of Babies and Baha’is. Among the Baha’is, he was known by nicknames such as "Thamareh", "Vahid Azam", "Vajh", "Noor", "Azal" and "Sobhe Azal", but the Baha'is called him "Azel" at best. This article, in continuation of the previous research (Mirza Hossein Ali Nouri, from "Bahá" to "Baha’u’llah"), aims to answer the question that according to what is left of the chapter, whether Mirza Yahya Nouri was named "Azal " and Can "Sobhe Azal " be memorized or not? Examining the works of the Báb and his followers shows that he can be called by both nicknames, unlike Mirza Hossein Ali Nouri, for whom neither "Bahá" nor "Baha’u’llah" were nicknames derived from the Báb's teachings.

Journal of Bahai Research, Volume:7 Issue: 27, 2023
142 to 171
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