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41 When We Heard The Clamour Of The Children As Yet Unborn We Doubled






their share and decreased those of the rest. 20


In the Bab's laws of inheritance the children of the deceased were
allotted nine parts consisting of 540 shares. This allocation constituted
less than a quarter of the whole estate. Baha'u'llah doubled their portion
to 1,080 shares and reduced those allotted to the other six categories of
heirs. He also outlines the precise intention of this verse and its
implications for the distribution of the inheritance (Q and A 5).





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