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\"بهائیتBahaismiran.com:One of the programs of the “Baha’i faith” channels which had investigated the divine religion issues especially the Baha’ism cult stated a history of the emergence of the Baha’i faith and the problems and obstacles created by the Iranian government for the proselytizing of this so-called religion.

Being Jealous with …?

Bahaismiran:

One of the programs of the “Baha’i faith” channels which had investigated the divine religion issues especially the Baha’ism cult stated a history of the emergence of the Baha’i faith and the problems and obstacles created by the Iranian government for the proselytizing of this so-called religion.

The participant expressed: “The quick expansion of the Baha’i faith is occurring among the Iranian people which has provoke jealousy among the religious Iranian authorities… The problems and intricate have been put and created ahead of the Baha’i faith which are similar to the ones most divine religious had been afflicted before.  The Iranian government has caused many people to be attracted the Baha’i faith by accusing the faith.[1]”

The answer to the first part of the network claim for the reason of the origin of jealousy: which quick expansion do you mean? The sign for quick expansion is that Baha’ism hasn’t been accepted in the Iranian society yet. The fact that the Baha’i community in its best circumstances (the second Pahlavi period of time) was the most hateful Iranian social community is the sign of expansion!!! The participant should be serious about the number of Baha’is in Iran. He/she should be reminded that the quick expansion of the Baha’ism cult has never happened for each kind of jealousy to be created. Since the expansion and growth of this cult is really slow although it is being continually supported by the Colonialists and the worldwide authoritarians.[2] According to the report by the Baha’i resource, after 160 years passed since Hussein Ali Nouri claimed prophethood it has been estimated that the number of Iranian Baha’is is 100 to 300 thousand ones.[3]

In the second part of the speeches casted by the program, the speaker implicitly confessed that Baha’ism isn’t right. He says: the problems and intricate have been put and created ahead of the Baha’i faith which are similar to those that most divine religions had been afflicted before. However, these problems were created for religions and their followers by the tyrants who were trying to keep their rules. This issue is reverse in Baha’ism because the Russian Colonialists were defending Baha’ism totally. Later on, the English took over this responsibility when Hussein Ali Nouri arrived at the then Palestine and Qods occupied lands. Thus, during history the tyrants who have been the enemies of religions and liberals have been considered as the supporters of Baha’ism.[4]



[1] The Baha’i faith network, the name of program: a series of limitations.

[2] For more studies refer to a collection of articles: Baha’ism and Colonialism

[3] Novin TV network, the name of program: The one fifth of Asia

[4] Similar to the French Colonialism plea to maintain its colonies by the Baha’i proselytizer: Abdul Hamid Ishraq Khavari, the heavenly food, pp. 43-44; also America to dominate on Vietnam: Amri News magazine, the formal organ of Baha’is, Khordad 1346, No. 2 & 3, p. 5116.

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