Did the innovator of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism possess chastity?
The issue of chastity is one of the issues stressed by wise scholars in the divine religions including Islam. Chastity means being away from each kind of uncleanness and impurity. Imam Reza (P.H.) states in this regard: â€œGod doesnâ€™t order people to obey a person who misleads people. He also doesnâ€™t appoint a person as prophet who doesnâ€™t worship Him a obey Satan and is atheist.â€
Additionally, the heads of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism believe that the divine proof [Hojjat] possess chastity. The leader of the cult, Hussein Ali Baha, believes that chastity is just possessed by the prophets and calls it the great chastity.
Abbas Effendi, the Bahaâ€™i so-called prophetâ€™s so defines a new definition for chastity; although he doesnâ€™t consider himself as prophet. He deviant chastity into two parts: 1) the inherent and 2) presented one. The internet chastity is especially prophetsâ€™ and the presented one id especially their successorsâ€™.
So, it has been so far proven that the issue of chastity is an import one regarding prophets in which the Bahaâ€™is believe. The question is that: Did Hussein Ali Baha possess chastity position while he was claiming for prophethood?
1. The greatest sin Hussein Ali Nouri committed was divinity, atheism. He has called himself God several times and sometimes called himself the creator of God: â€œAll deities have been created by my order and all lords have been appointed as the divine position by my commandment.â€
2. When a prophet brings several teachings it is necessary for himself to act the teachings first. It isnâ€™t; however, true about Hussein Ali Baha. Although he has invited humanity to the unity of human world, he called his opponents as animals  and accused them to be fornicators.
3. Hussein Ali abolished the Islamic commandments and introduced them as vain ones. So, he wasnâ€™t acting his prayer and commandments. So, one of his made prayers was lost.
4. Consequently, according to the mentioned-above reason, Hussein Ali Nouri (known as Bahaullah) canâ€™t be a divine prophet  and his prophethood claim isnâ€™t coincident with the Bahaâ€™ism teachings.
 Ibn Babviyeh Sheikh Sedoug, Khesal 2, Qom, teacher societies, Edition 1, 1362, p. 608.
 Hussein Ali Nouri, Ishraqat and several other tablets, Bija, 2005, p. 58.
 Abbas Effendi, Mofavezat, pp. 129-130.
 Abbas Effendi, makatib, Kordestan Al-Elmieh: 13330 A.H. Vol. 2, pp. 254-255.
 Abbas Effendi, Makatib, Vol. 3, p. 160.
 Hussein Ali Nouri, Badiâ€™s, Nija, 1286 A.H., p. 213.
 Abdul Hamid Eshraq Khavari, the heavenly food, Bija, the national institute of Amri press, 129 Badiâ€™s, Vol.4, p. 355.
 For more study refer to the article: The fact of lost Baahâ€™I worship
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