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The Baha’i Hoveyda in the position of document selling dealer

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\"بهائیتBahaismiran.com:person called Nosrat Ahad pour who was in charge of the editor of Zia’Sharq newspaper and had gotten married with an English woman and had a close relationships with the American and English agents such as: Gratian Yatsevitch, Thomson, Major Jackson, Middelton and … and had a secret relationships with Hassan Ali Mansour confessed Amir Abbas Hoveyda’s background and activities in turkey in a clear Manifesto bearing a real signature.

The Baha’i Hoveyda in the position of document selling dealer

Bahaismiran:

Amir Abbas Hoveyda, the prime minister of the second Pahlavi had been hired in the foreign ministry. His father’s background in the foreign ministry and Anushirvan Sepahbodi’s influence made his employment easy. The obstacles in the way of his job were eliminated. He progressed backed by his father and Baha’ism lobby and became the prime minister.

After about 16 months when he was the prime minister, a person called Nosrat Ahad pour who was in charge of the editor of Zia’Sharq newspaper and had gotten married with an English woman and had a close relationships with the American and English agents such as: Gratian Yatsevitch, Thomson, Major Jackson, Middelton and … and had a secret relationships with Hassan Ali Mansour confessed Amir Abbas Hoveyda’s background and activities in turkey in a clear Manifesto bearing a real signature.

The content of the manifesto entitles “An open letter to the king Aryamehr about the prime minister, Hoveyda published on 1345/5/27 is as follows:

“As witnessed by the king, I’ve served the king and the country, Iran as I could using various means and maybe I am mere one among 20 million Iranian people who hasn’t received any bonuses.

For many years, I’ve tried not to intervene in the political affairs of the country; but I’ve withdrawn the community because of unemployment, the financial problems, creditors, the jealous, and enemies. However, I see the kingdom in danger and according to the oath and contract with God related to 20years ago I deem it my duty to tell you what I know about the past and present events in order for you to make decision for the country’s interests.

When Amir Abbas Hoveyda served in the Iranian embassy in Ankara, Turkey, he had an intimate contacts with the first secretary of a foreign embassy and because Amir Abbas Hoveyda and the secretary were both Baha’is, the friendship changed into an extreme love; to such an extent that the secretary betrayed her country and took the most important political documents some photos. The poor girl imagined that Amir Abbas Hoveyda has fallen in love with her and asked the documents to be taken to the Iranian government.

The girl know “Marguerite Ellen stole the documents and was unaware of the fact that Amir Abbas Hoveyda has sold the documents to a rival embassy and government. Marguerite was captured and imprisoned. She made suicide or was killed in the prison.

Amir Abbas Hoveyda was a two-sided spy; but he was always in favor of his main lord, Turkey. Amir Abbas Hoveyda has committed other betrayals that I can confess about them in a court.”

Nosratullah Ahadpour’s manifestos which were published in great numbers to be sent for different characters and places were seized by SAVAK. He was summoned to SAVAK and said:

“The issue of Ankara and the relationship with Miss. Marguerite Allen had been narrated by Marguerite’s sister who is one the agents of one my English friends; that is Mr. Middelton who was former charged’ affair of the British embassy in Tehran city. He narrated the story several years ago in Switzerland.

Undoubtedly, Marguerite Allen has been Baha’i and Hoveyda’s father called Einul Molk has had social intercourse with the Baha’i leader. Hassan Arfa’ wrote about Amir Abbas Hoveyda’s adventure in Turkey in his journal:

“At the end of World War II, Amir Abbas Hoveyda was employed in the foreign ministry. His father’s background in the foreign ministry and Anooshirvan Sepahbodi’s influence caused him to be employed easily.

Hoveyda had been educated in Belgium and France and was enthusiastic about French literature. He felt he was French more than to be Iranian. He tried to pretend he has been a foreigner.”

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