This method of proselytizing was common in America and caused for the Baha’i faith to expand in San Francisco and nearby .
· Sara Farmer: (American) The founder of Green Acre
· May Maxwell, Rouhieh Maxwell’s mother: The proselytizer in America, Canada, France.
· Rouhieh Maxwell: Shoqi Effendi’s wife.
· Mrs. Crops, entitled Mary: The first British Baha’i.
· Lady Blomfield, entitled “Star”: (London): She started the proselytizing activities in Geneva indirectly entitled “A movement for the greatest universal peace”. She penetrated Baha’ism in the society of nations in which was held in Geneva. It was her main aim.
· Miss. Almano Block, She was originally from Germany, resided in America: She was dispatched to Germany during World War I -1907.
· Dr. Susan Moody entitled Omul A’ala, she was American. She was dispatched to Iran by Abdul Baha. She had come to Iran with the excuse of caring medical affairs and educating the Baha’i women:
Dr. Moody consulted with the American assemblies about the troubles of the Iranian women concerning health, culture, the existence of veiling and etc… She tried to establish education school… Additionally, she invited other ladies to Iran…
First, “Miss. Liliyan Keeps (1290 S.H.)…and then Miss. Jenoir… Sara Clock… Elizabet Stowart… Miss. Edlit Sharp and…”
Miss. Liliyan Keeps: The famous teacher of Tarbiyat school of Tehran city.
· Miss. Klara Don, She was originally from America. She was a proselytizer in the Australia.
The open-minded view towards Babism:
The existence of Baha’ism indicates that the mentioned cult has been formed due to the Colonial aims and it has been continually supported and directed by the alien power centers during its existence history; but unfortunately, the Iranian enlightment movement has been constantly considered as a barrier against the path of investigating and recognizing this cult. Unfortunately, most contemporary intellectuals and historians have tried to investigate Babism and Baha’ism sedition and riot as a “movement”.
Muhammad Reza Fashahi who is now busy with teaching philosophy at university of Paris mentions the Babi Colonial sedition and riot as “ movement” in the book called “ the last movement of the Middle Age in Feudalist periods of time:
“The Feudalist revolutionary opponents existed during the Middle Ages periods of time and their campaigns radiated mostly in the form of gnosticism, clear atheism or armed movements. Nearly the first and second half of the 19th century, some changes and transformations occurred in the religious thought of Iran called “Sheikism School”. This transformation which was first formed in the religious and mystical thought ended in Babi movement that is a social one during the evolutional revolution. According to an extensive definition, this movement is located between a feudalist old community and its quick deviation and breakdown and it itself is one of the factors of this quick deviation and breakdown. In this movement, that great historical passage from a traditional community to an emerging one is observable in which Bab (Ali Muhammad Shirazi was its religious ideology).
 Foroq Arbab, Akhtaran Tabnak, the national institute of the faith press, 122 Badi’a, p. 206.
 The Baha’i summer school managed by the national assembly of America and Canada, Akhtaran Tabnak, p. 218.
 The names and backgrounds of people are taken from the book Akhtaran Tabnak written by Forouq Arbab, the national institute of the faith press, 122 Badi’a
 Muhammad Reza Fashani was born in 1324 in Tehran city. He finished his education in the agriculture high school “Mamazan”. He has started his literary and press activity since 1347 from Ferdowsi magazine publishing,” the new wave” trips and he turned into a renowned person among the youth. Late 1340s, he got married with an Armenian girl. He emigrated with her to France early 1350s. Fashani completed his education in philosophy course in Paris. Now, he is busy teaching in one of the universities of Paris as philosophy master.
 Muhammad Reza Fashani, the last movement of the Middle Ages in Feudalist periods of time, Javidan publishing house, 1st edition, 1356, the introduction.