Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 21. Chapters: Abdulla Goran, Abdulla Pashew, Abdul Karim Mudarris, Abdurrahman Sharafkandi, Abolqasem Lahouti, Ahmade Bate, Ahmad Hardi, Ahmad Khani, Ali Hariri, Arjen Arî, Choman Hardi, Cigerxwîn, Dilshad Meriwani, El-Begi Jaff, Eskerê Boyîk, Faqi Tayran, Ferhad Shakely, Haji Qadir Koyi, Hajj Nematollah, Hemin Mukriyani, ?brahim Halil Baran, Jalal Barzanji, Kajal Ahmad, Keça Kurd, Khalil Duhoki, Khanai Qobadi, Khana Qubadi, Latif Halmat, Mahwi, Malak Jân Nemati, Malaye Jaziri, Mastoureh Ardalan, Mawlawi Tawagozi, Muhammad Wali Kermashani, Najiba Ahmad, Nazand Begikhani, Nuri Sheikh Salih Sheikh Ghani Barzinji, Qani, Qedrîcan, Rafiq Sabir, Salim Barakat, Sarhang Almas Khan, Savareh Ilkhanizadeh, Shamil Asgarov, Shami Kermashani, Sherko Bekas, Sheyda Hewramí, Wafaei. Excerpt: Hajj Nematollah (Persian: 1871 - February 28, 1919) was born in Jeyhounabad, Iran and is considered one of the greatest leaders and mystics in Kurdish and Ahl-e Haqq history. Two of his most famous works of poetry and history are Furq?n al-Akhbar (aka "The Firkan") and ?aqq al-?aq?yiq y? Sh?hn?mah-?i ?aq?qat. According to Encyclopædia Britannica, "The chief source of information about the Ahl-e Haqq is the Firqan al-Akhbar, written in... early 20th century by (Hajj Nemat)..." Hajj Nemat's great-grandfather, Bayan Beg, accompanied Aga Abbas (one of the successors of Shah Hayas) to Jeyhounabad in the late 18th century. Bayan Beg's son, Esmail Beg, was Hajj Nemat's grandfather. Nematollah Jeyhounabadi was born in 1871 (1288 Hijri calendar) in the small village of Kurdish Jeyhounabad. Before his birth, Persia was going through one of the worst droughts in history. His father, Bayan, named him Nematollah ("Grace of God") because on the day of his birth, Iran finally received the rain it so desperately needed. In 1893 he married Sakina and they had their first child, Nur Ali Elahi, in 1895. At the age of thirty, during a grave illness, he claimed that he went on a journey to the beyond where he was appointed by God to announce the imminent return of the divine. Thousands of people flocked around him, and on his command ceased to take tea, tobacco and opium. He "believed the time had come to reveal the Real Truth", and "by God's command abandoned the world and became the messenger of the Lord of the Hour". After the advent was postponed twice, he went silent and waited for the Great Essence to appear. The first son of Hajj Nemat, Nur Ali ElahiHajj Nemat was married to Sakina Khanoom, with whom he had 7 children. They had 3 sons, and four daughters. The names of his sons were Nur Ali Elahi, Yar Ali, Bahram, and his daughters were Malak Jân Nemati, Javaher, and Mariam. In the last few days of his life Hajj Nemat had predicted his own death. Within 48 hours of his death his f
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