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A religion founded in 1844 by the Persian Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz (1819–50, popularly known as ‘The Bab’), who taught that a new prophet would follow Muhammad. Babism developed into Baha'i when Baha'ullah claimed to be this prophet.

Subjects: Islam.

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