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Baha’ism is the dictators’ means for suppressing liberals

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\"بهائیتBahaismiran.com:The heads of the deviant cult of Baha’ism who found their entities in being supported by the colonialism and the international dominants tried to forge several commandments to attract the support by the powers and dictators. The commandments which limit each liberal measures.

Baha’ism is the dictators’ means for suppressing liberals

Bahaismiran:

The heads of the deviant cult of Baha’ism who found their entities in being supported by the colonialism and the international dominants tried to forge several commandments to attract the support by the powers and dictators. The commandments which limit each liberal measures.

For instance, the statements of the heads of this cult such as not intervening in policy[1] or banning Jihad and fighting against the tyrants[2]. The heads of the divant cult of Baha’ism have introduce intervening in policy as leaving the cult.[3] These teachings have been emphasized by the heads of this cult.

It is interesting to be noted that the Baha’ism mustn’t intervene in policy even if the dictatorial governments are ruling and tyrannizing people. According to the Baha’i teachings, the Baha’i followers mustn’t oppose the tyrants, at all! Because the Baha’i leaders have ruled ordered: “The rule for each government is necessary to be obeyed whether it is tyrant or not. You mustn’t be supported[4].”

These commandments and rules have made the tyrants to love and support this cult. One of the examples of using the deviant cult of Baha’ism is suppressing liberals’ oppositions; that is the Muslim people of Algeria against the French Colonialism.[5]



[1] Abdul Hamid Ishraq Khavari, the treasure of limitation and commandments, pp. 333-334.

[2] The same, p. 217.

[3] The same, pp. 336-337.

[4] Abdul Hamid Ishraq Khavari, the treasure of limits and commandments, p. 464, Abdul Baha’s letters, 246/247/8, the news magazine, 1356, No. 7, p. 272.

[5] Abdul Hamid Ishraq Khavari, “the heavenly food”, 43-44/9

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