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The Baha’i temples or centers for confronting against Islam?!

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\"بهائیتBahaismiran.com:According to a news by the deviant cult of Baha’ism site, the deviant cult of baha’ism is going to construct a temple for Baha’i worships in the city of Battambang, Cambodia called Battambang temple in order to expands its activities. It is worth to investigate the applications and aims of such so-called temples. It has been obvious so far that these temples have been used for proselytizing and attracting human forces.

The Baha’i temples

or centers for confronting against Islam?!

Bahaismiran:

According to a news by the deviant cult of Baha’ism site, the deviant cult of baha’ism is going to construct a temple for Baha’i worships in the city of Battambang, Cambodia called Battambang temple in order to expands its activities. It is worth to investigate the applications and aims of such so-called temples. It has been obvious so far that these temples have been used for proselytizing and attracting human forces. These places inspected and controlled under the direct dominance of the national and local spiritual assemblies for proselytizings and activities of Baha’is.

Other religion use such temples for worshiping and performing religious ceremonies; but because Baha’ism can’t achieve the aim, it uses such temples for organizational and political purposes.[1]

Masgrequl Azkar [Dawning place of the mention of God] is nine-sided having a dome in which several activates such as music, Choir and anthem are performed.[2]

It seems, such structure and form of downing place of the mention of God are excuse for opposing Islam and confronting against the Islamic sign such as mosques. Basically, Baha’ism is against the religious programs and slogans such as group prayer and pulpit (as a symbol for inviting to monotheism and unity).[3]



[1] - William, thatcher, the Baha’i faith, Translated by Samandi, Baja, the Baha’i cognition institute, Bita, p, 220.

[2] The same.

[3] Hussein Ali Nouri, the Aqdas, p. 5.

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