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Baha'i faith

Baha'i faith, religion founded by the Persian Mirza Husain Ali Nuri (1817–92), known as Baha Ullah (“Glory of God”). The Baha'is believe in the unity of all religions and the equality of men and women. They advocate world government. The faith It has a worldwide following; its international center is in Haifa, Israel.

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