Each year the Imamiyyah Shiites commemorate two historic-religious events: the tragedy of Ashura, martyrdom of Imam Hussain (A.S.) and the tragic martyrdom of Hadrat Fatimah al-Zahra (A.S.). Indeed, it is our duty to put forth effort in keeping the memory of these events alive.
Abdul Husain Aayati was considered as a man of knowledge with religious authority. He was the Imam of two mosques and also used to handle the affairs of the people. He was a littérateur, historian, writer, translator, journalist and a great poet. He came from an illustrious family of scholars from Yazd. His father was Allamah Haaj Shaikh Mohammad, famous as – Haaj Aakhwant Tafti. His grandfather was Sheikh Mohammad who was famously known as – Aaqa Bururg Tafti Yazdi.
Abdul Husain Aayati was born on 8th Zilhaj, 1287 AH in Taft, Iran. At the young age of 15 years, he came to Yazd and attended the school of Khan Buzurg. He completed his study of Arabic grammar and language, logic and bayan from Meer Bahauddin Jandaqi Mulla Abdul Karim Misgar and Mulla Akber Nadushi. After his father’s death, in the year 1313 AH, he rose to the position of his father on the insistence of the people of Yazd while he was just 26.
A few years later he was introduced to a Baha’i book. The book impressed him to such an extent that he expressed his eagerness to meet the Baha’is. After a few meetings and interactions, the Baha’is were successful in winning his faith and got him converted.
Within a short period of time, because of his great service for the Baha’i religion, Abdul Baha issued 3-4 tablets in his name. This attention was a motivation for him. In one of his tablets, Abdul Baha addressed him as Awareh (one who wanders about in love of Bahaullah) and appreciated him for his extraordinary work and thus be became famous with this new title.
However, as time passed, Awareh realized his mistake and found that the Baha’is were not on the right path. Thus, he declared it to be a fake religion and reverted back to Islam.
After 4 years of declaring the Baha’i faith, in the year 1325 AH, Awareh went to Akka, Israel to meet Abdul Baha. He stayed with Abdul Baha and his close aides for 80 days. He writes about these days as follows: “I met one of his close aides and came to know that Baha’is had 2-3 close associates in every city who work for the faith; who know their secrets well; who send the report of the activities in their cities to Akka and based on these reports, Baha’is make their further planning”.
This article is the first in a series which has been compiled from the book “Kashful Heel” written by Abdul Husain Aayati. He lived amongst the Baha’is for 20 years and served them through these years. He was popularly known as “Awareh” which means the one who wandered about in love (of Bahaullah). After these years, he saw the corruptions of the Baha’is first hand, renounced the Baha’i Faith and finally reverted back to Islam. Thereafter he wrote the book “Kashful Heel” to reveal the true face and hypocrisy of the Baha’is. The life history of Awareh is full of interesting events and episodes which outline the true face of the Baha’is as revealed by an insider.
What follows is the account of an eminent Persian Bahá’í, Mírzá Áqá Khán Qá’im-Maqámí—the great-grandson of Mírzá Abuʼl-Qásim Qáʼim-Maqám Faráhání, the prime minister under Muhammad Shah and the man lauded by Bahá’u’lláh Himself as “the Prince of the City of Statesmanship and Literary Accomplishment” (Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh, p. 65)—who used his immense wealth to keep all the Bahá’ís of Persia well-fed as a devastating famine ravaged the country. The anecdote is derived from a larger biographical sketch of Mírzá Áqá Khán Qá’im-Maqámí by the late Hasan Noushabadi, who wrote up his remembrances and published them as an article entitled Rajul-i-Rashíd (“The Man of Courage”) in the Persian-language Áhang-i-Badíʻ (“New Melody”) magazine, which I have been working to translate for some time.
This article is the first in a series which has been compiled from the book “Kashful Heel” written by Abdul Husain Aayati. He lived amongst the Bahais for 20 years and served them through these years. He was popularly known as “Awareh” which means the one who wandered about in love (of Bahaullah). After these years, he saw the corruptions of the Bahais first hand, renounced the Bahai Faith and finally reverted back to Islam. Thereafter he wrote the book “Kashful Heel” to reveal the true face and hypocrisy of the Bahais. The life history of Awareh is full of interesting events and episodes which outline the true face of the Bahais as revealed by an insider.
“As the two Indian cavalry brigades fighting under British General Edmund Allenby helped liberate Haifa from the Turkish-German forces, the British authorities heaved a sigh of relief. In a cable, General Allenby wrote, “Have today taken Palestine. Notify the world that Abdu’l Baha is safe.”
Exactly. And here is recent proof that Haifan Baha’is are part of the AngloZionist empire’s global espionage apparatus