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Bahaismiran.com:The claiming people or groups are trying to use the events in favor of themselves and to pretend them extraordinary; so, there are several instance of deceiving and misusing the public in Babâ€™s execution event and Babism resistance.
Bahaismiran.com:The manager of the deviant cult groups confirmed on the problems of those who have turned to Islam to be solved by the attendants.
Bahaismiran.com:Supporting the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism by the royal network of Ofoq Iranâ€¦ This royal network has considered some issue such as the lack social freedoms in Iran, banning Bahaâ€™is the educate at the Iranian universities and violating Bahaâ€™is rights in Iran as the main pillars in its proselytizing program and supporting the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism. Praising the spying cult of Bahaâ€™ism, the network is trying to demonstrate its supererogatory service to the Zionistic organization and their agents in Bahaâ€™ism.
Bahaismiran.com:The commission of human rights of the united nations and Ahmad Shahid the special representative of this foundation in the Iranian human right affairs supported the heads of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism and condemned Iran with the continuation of oral attacks against Bahaâ€™is.
Bahaismiran.com:The Islamic republic of Iran has been considered as of the countries violating the religious freedoms with the excuse of Bahaâ€™ism. There religious freedom for the Bahaâ€™ism cult and the evangelical Christianity in Iran.
Bahaismiran.com:The evangelical Christianity has supported the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism since the emergence of the deviant Colonial Bahaâ€™i cult; for instance, Shoqi Effendi has studied in the Christian educational centers. The deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism has resembled to the evangelical Christianity such as opposing to Islam and Shiism.
How did a Christian ruler in Qajar dynasty paly a basic role in preaching the beliefs of the Bahaâ€™i cult?!Written by
Bahaismiran.com:Contrary to Babâ€™s imprisonment, one the most import factors which caused the beliefs of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism to be preached was the planned movements by some Qajar dynasty statements especially Manouchehr Khan Moâ€™tamed-al-Dolleh, the Christian ruler of Isfahan city.