Restoring to pretending to be oppressed and intriguing people’s sense of pity towards themselves in order for people to forget their betrayals against Iran and the Iranian people, the Baha’i leaders are mentioning legends about their followers’ forged oppression in Iran.
Explaining the cruelties against the Baha’is of Yazd and Isfahan cities by the Muslims, Abdul Baha liked the Baha’is nearby to the disciples of Imam Hussein (P.H.) and has considered the Iranian people worse than the murderers of the Lord of the Martyrs (P.H.): “God bless us, the Iranian people; particularly Shiites were wailing and crying in grief of the Excellency the Lord of the Martyrs for thousands of years and complaining that the filthy Yazid crushed and injured his dead body with horses. In this way, the Jesus Christ states: Your fathers killed God’s prophets and you are making tombs for them and making pilgrimages and bowing down and kissing. Our conditions are the same as it.”
The following notes are worthy to be mentioned criticizing and investigating the Baha’i leaders’ remarks:
1) In which historical book have the claims of the Baha’ism leader been written concerning the Baha’i suppressions in Yazd and Isfahan cities?! For instance; at that time, Abdul Baha (nearly late 13th century S.H.) represents the number of Baha’ism in Yazd city as 5000 houses. In average, if 5 people is existing in each house, it will be estimated that nearly 25000 Baha’is are existing just in Yazd city! While according to estimations, the total current population of Baha’is in Iran has been estimated less than 50,000 people after ten years of proselytizing and foreign supports!
2) It is interesting to be known that the false Baha’i claimants are attributing the wild actions to the Iranian people such as: plundering and persecution of the Baha’i women and kids, slaughtering of Baha’is, tearing dead bodies raiding the Baha’i bodies by horses in order to intrigue people’s sense of pity towards the treacherous cult of Baha’ism and also to simulate the legend of Baha’i genocide in Isfahan and Yazd cities and also to simulate Ashoura event and the method of the martyrdom of the Lord of the Martyrs (P.H.) for the Baha’is!
3) After attributing such vilent legends to Iranian people, he has called titles such as miscreants, wolf wild, dogs, cruel, Shemr, Yazid, wilder than the African wild men, stone-hearted, sedious and etc.
4) The comparison between Martyrdom of Imam Hussein (P.H.) for revitalizing religion and reforming the messenger of Allah’s (P.H.) nation and the followers of the deviant cult of Baha’ism can’t be acceptable! While Colonialism created Baha’ism backed by the Baha’i religion makers to branch the Islamic Iranian community and creating spies! For instance, when the Baha’is encountered pressures and tightness considered resorting to the Russian emperor as the mere way for themselves to be saved like their leader Abdul Baha. The Russian emperor who had usurped an extensive part of the Iranian land had become the supporter of Baha’ism!
5) Abdul Baha has introduced the reason for not confronting against the claimed cruelties as their commission for peace and prohibition of fighting! However, the forged prophet of Baha’ism killed all his rivals to gain power. How didn’t his followers be able to defend themselves?! Abdul Baha who had likened the Muslim Iranian people to the ripper wolves had said surrendering against wolf is really being cruel to sheep! So, why are the Baha’is tyrannized in the forged creed of Baha’ism with the commandment of prohibition of defending oneself?!
 Abbas Effendi, Makatib, Egypt: Farajullah Zaki-al-Kurdi, 1921 A.D., vol. 3, p. 135.
 Ibid, p. 136.
 The country statistics site, the article: A glance at the conditions of religion and population of Iran in the current half a century.
 Abbas Effendi, Makatib, Egypt: Farajullah Zaki-al-Kurdi, 1921 A.D., vol. 3, p. 131.
 Ibid, p. 133.
 Ibid, p. 135.
 Ibid, p. 125.
 Ibid, p. 129.
 Ibid, p. 131.
 Ibid, p. 133.
 Ibid, p. 133.
 Ibid, p. 127.
 Refer to: Ezziyeh Nouri, Tanbihunnaemin, the faithful of Bayan, the electronic copy, pp. 11- 12
 Refer to Abbas Effendi, Makatib, Egypt: Farajullah Zaki-al-Kurdi, 1921 A.D., vol. 3, p. 212
 Ibid, p. 124.
 Ibid, p. 123.
 Refer to Fadhel Mazandarani, Asrarul Athar, Bija: the national institute of the faith press, 124 Badi’a, pp. 179- 182.
 Refer to Shoqi Effendi, Badi’a century, translated by Nasrrullah Mawwadat, the electronic copy, vol. 3, p. 318.