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This is the Persian/Farsi version of “Unrestrained as the Wind: Abdu’l-Baha and Agriculture”, the fourth collaboration between PersianBMS and filmmaker Flavio Azm Rassekh on the life of Abdu’l-Baha.
This seven minute animation tells the story of how Abdu’l-Baha predicted the First World War during His travels to the West, and how He managed to protect the population of Palestine from starvation during the conflict. Abdu’l-Baha was loved and respected by the people, and was often called “the father of the poor”.
This film was made by Flavio Azm Rassekh in collaboration with PersianBMS.
You can watch the English version of this animation here: Unrestrained as the Wind: Abdu’l-Baha and Agriculture (English)
And watch more by Flavio Azm Rassekh here:
- Breaking the Chains: The Story of the Girls Schools in Iran
- Through Their Eyes – Meeting Abdu’l-Baha
- Health in Iran: The Untold Story
* Also, check out the “Hope From Iran” trilogy of short films by Flavio Azm Rassekh available in English and Persian as well: ‘Hope From Iran’ playlist: https://bit.ly/3Dqekts
* Learn more about Abdu’l-Baha and the commemoration of the Centenary of His passing here: https://bit.ly/3jkV0WX
آزاد همچون باد
او دور اندیش بود. به جهان درباره وقوع جنگ هشدار داد. درباره اهمیت کشاورزی صحبت کرد و در نهایت توده بسیاری از مردم را از گرسنگی و قحطی نجات بخشید. نام او عباس افندی بود، فردی محبوب و محترم در بین همگان. او را پدر فقرا مینامیدند. او به نام عبدالبها شناخته شده است. آزاد همچون باد، در سخاوت و عشق.
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