Farah Pahlaviâ€™s narrative about Shahâ€™s interest in Bahaâ€™ism
Bahaismiran: Farah Pahlavi, Shahâ€™s wife mentions about Shahâ€™s interest in nullifying Islam religion out of Iranian laws in her memoirs.
Mohammad Reza Shahâ€™s life was full of ups and down. The last king of Iran had an instable character. He was influenced by his intimate companionsâ€™ ideas and speeches according to his intimate companionsâ€™ narratives.
In this regard, Farah Pahlavi has said in an interview with the announcer of 24-hour Los Angles Radio about Shahâ€™s religion and religious beliefs: â€œShah didnâ€™t have religious beliefs; specially he was continually flattered too much at end of his government and he had extremely been irreligious and he was even eager to implement Hoveydaâ€™s advice, â€œHoveyda had asked the King nullify the formality of Islam religion and to let Bahaâ€™is be active extensively.â€ But he was afraid of people too much to revolt against him. For this reason, he asked Hoveyda to provide the facilities for Bahaâ€™is to grow secretly.