Ibrahim George Kheiralla

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Ibrahim was born in Syria, but moved to Cairo where he went into business.  While there he learned about the Bahai faith and accepted it.  In 1892 he immigrated to New York, and then to Chicago where he started converting people to the Bahai religion.  He married four times and had three children.  He wrote several books and eventually broke with Abdul Bahai who was the head of the world movement.
 
Ibrahim was born in Syria, but moved to Cairo where he went into business.  While there he learned about the Bahai faith and accepted it.  In 1892 he immigrated to New York, and then to Chicago where he started converting people to the Bahai religion.  He married four times and had three children.  He wrote several books and eventually broke with Abdul Bahai who was the head of the world movement.
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His early partner Anton Haddad wrote about this period [http://bahai-library.com/unpubl.articles/outline.haddad.html here].
  
 
Ibrahim took some of his converts into a new society that he formed called the "Society of Behaists".  From 1934 to 1937, Shua Ullah edited their periodical [http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/docs/vol8/bq.htm here].
 
Ibrahim took some of his converts into a new society that he formed called the "Society of Behaists".  From 1934 to 1937, Shua Ullah edited their periodical [http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/docs/vol8/bq.htm here].

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