"قل من کان فی قلبه بغض هذا الغلام (بهاء) فقد دخل الشیطان علی فراش امه"
“Tell, everybody who is Bahaullah’s enemy evil has definitely entered into his mother’s bed!”
What’s the meaning of the above statement?!
Anyway, the Baha’i proselytizer considered the Baha’ism leaders’ logics free from inconsideration and proud. The Baha’i leaders even prohibit their followers to consider themselves superior to non-Baha’is; but contrary to this claim, the forged prophet of Baha’ism has introduced non-Baha’is as illegitimate. However, how is it possible for this contradiction to be happened?!
The Baha’i proselytizer: We Baha’is aren’t proud and selfish because our leaders have considered pride as foul action.
Researcher: Well, the religion of Islam has previously prior to Baha’ism considered it indecent as the Almighty Allah has said in the holy Quran:
"اِنَّ اللهَ لا یُحِبُّ کُلَّ مُختالٍ فَخُورٍ (لقمان: 18)"
“Lo! Allah loveth not each braggart boaster.”
The Baha’i proselytizer: I know that inconsideration and pride has been prohibited in the Islamic texts; but our leaders have banned their followers to consider themselves superior to their opponents: “We must prefer others to ourselves… When we observed each fault in a person, we must consider it as our fault because if we weren’t defective, we would observe it as fault. Human being must always consider himself as defective and other people as complete.”
Researcher: Why the forged prophet of Baha’ism has introduced non-Baha’is as illegitimate if your claim is right?!
He has said:
"مَنْ یُنکر هذا الفضل الظاهر الباهر المتعالی المُنیر ینبغی له بان یسئل عن امِّه خاله فسوف یرجع الی اسفل الجَحیم"
“Everybody who rejects this high and apparent grace (Baha’ism), he/she is merited to ask his/her mother about his/her mood. Then, will be sent downward the hell.”
Indeed, how is it possible to consider one’s opponent as superior while he/she will be illegitimate?!!!
 Ishraq Khawari, the treasury of limitations and commandments, the electronic copy, p. 326.
 Ishraq Khawari, the heavenly food, Bija: the national institute of the faith press, 129 Badi’a, Vol. 4, p. 355.