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Some Baha’i people who turned against this deviant cult and criticized it

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\"بهائیت Bahaismiran.com: one of the reasons indicating the nullification of Baha’ism is turning against it by some renounced and experienced proselytizers and proselytizing against this cult. Many Baha’i proselytizers abandoned this anti-Islamic party who as follows:

Some Baha’i people who turned against this deviant cult and criticized it

Bahaismiran: one of the reasons indicating the nullification of Baha’ism is turning against it by some renounced and experienced proselytizers and proselytizing against this cult. Many Baha’i proselytizers abandoned this anti-Islamic party who as follows:

1) Abdul Hussein Ayati Tafti

He was a learned literary clergyman who turned to Baha’ism in 1319 A.H when he was middle-aged and Abbas Effendi give him the title of Avareh. The book “Kavakeb-al-Doryeh” the most famous book of Baha’is has been written by him. After being Muslim, he considered the mentioned book invalid scientifically and said writing this book has been done under the pressure of Baha’i party spitefully.

Abdul Hussein Ayati Tafti

After turning to Islam, Ayati wrote a book called “Kashf-al-Hial” against Baha’ism and published it in 1307. He omitted the title of Avareh out of his name in 1332.

2) Hajj Mirza Hassan Nikou

He separated from Baha’i party coinciding with Ayati’s penitence and revealed the baselessness of Baha’i party and the corruption of the deviant Baha’ism cult heads by writing the book “Nikoo’s philosophy”. In 4-volum books “Nikou’s philosophy, he has criticized the history of Bab’ism and Baha’ism and the texts of this cult in details. These four volumes that reject Baha’ism have been publish from 1306 to 1325.

Hajj Mirza Hassan Nikou

3) Fazlullah Mohtadi Sobhi

Fazlullah Mohatadi known as Sobhi was born in a Baha’i family. He became Baha’s confidant because they were distantly related. He had become Abbas Effendi’s writer for 10 year before Abbas Effendi died. He lived in Heyfa. In Heyfa, he found out the sedition and discord of the leaders of this cult. He couldn’t accept Shoqi Effendi’s chairmanship; because he observed Shoqi’s extreme moral decline. Thus, he turned to Islam and became a Muslim in 1307. He spent 34 years revealing against Shoqi Effendi’s sedition and he did cultural services. He was employed in the Education ministration in 1312 and wrote a book called “Sobhi’s memoirs”. In 1335, he wrote a book called “Father’s message” against Baha’ism. In these two books, Sobhi has revealed the deceitful nature of the heads of this colonial party. Following the book, he was disturbed by Baha’is.

Sobhi

1) Golam Ali Goudarzi known as Adib Masoudi

He is a powerful poet and a learn literary man who has been Ayatullah Broujerdi’s student for a while. After 12 years of proselytizing of Islam as a clergyman, he joined Baha’ism and has proselytized for Baha’ism deviant cult since he was 35. Having relationship with his faithful and pleased father he became disappointed with Baha’ism. The murders of his two sons and a daughter by Savak made him turn to Islam fast. The UHJ in Heifa announced that he is spiritually boycotted in 1355. After being Muslim, Masoudi wrote some elegant poems praising the holy Imams (peace be upon them), Imam Zaman (P.H.) and the departure of Imam Khomeyni (R.A.)

Adib Masoudi

2) Mirza Saleh Eqtesad Maraqehee

After separating from Baha’ism, he wrote the book “Iqaz” or awakening in order to reveal Baha’is anti-Islamic and anti-national treacheries.

Mirza Saleh Eqtesad

“Mirza Saleh Eqtesad” who was a proselytizer and writer of Baha’is in Maraqeh published this book to reveal the religious and patronic disloyalty to Baha’is in Tehran in 1307. It is worthy to be mentioned that after Ali Mohammad Bab claimed for prophethood, a lot of Babi people from turned to Islam.

3) Masihullah Rahmani

He proselytized in Khorasan province for a while and later on he disagreed with Baha’ism after finding out the true nature of Baha’ism so he wrote a book called “the right path in nullification of the basis of Baha’ism and revealing the disloyalties and sedition of its heads “ and made his disagreement public.

Misihullah Rahmani

4) Qods Iran

She was born and grew up in a Baha’i family and his father –Abdul Karim Khayyat- was a servant in Akka. He kept aloof of her parents and her husband “Rahmatullah Alaee” and turn to Islam and wrote a book called “hope sparks” against this cult.

5) Aman Shafa

After separating form Baha’ism, he wrote a book called “A letter from Saint Paulo”.

6) Mrs. Mahnaz Raoufi

She was born in a Baha’i family from Sanandaj. She discovered the nullification of Baha’ism after having contacts with Muslims and doing detailed researches. She was boycotted spiritually by the deviant cult of Baha’ism and separated from her parents in spite of being really interested in them. She has written some books against in them. She has Baha’ism such as: “The Ominous Shadow” published by Keyhan publication. It has been published 14 times.

Mahnaz Raoufi

At the end it is necessary to be noted that so many Baha’i proselytizer have discovered the nullification of the deviant cult of Baha’ism after confronting with Muslim scholars and scientists; but because of the mundane desired of being afraid of Baha’ism organization they haven’t revealed their penitence. You can refer to “Ayati, Nikou and Sobhi’s writings to be familiar with them.

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