The second leader of Baha’ism was strangely dependent on Czar Russian Colonialism following his father assuming the Russian permanent supports; so he was continually encouraging the Baha’is to curry and butter for the Colonialism: “O’ all disciples, make yourself busy with praying for lasting lifetime, governing, glory and retinue of the majesty the Excellency the greatest emperor Alexander Ш and the guardians of his powerful government.
Consequently, Fadhlullah Sobhi who has closely observed the dawning place of the Mention of God in Eshq Abad as the symbol of servility of Baha’is for the Russians says about the Baha’is attachments, especially Abdul Baha, to the Russians: “At the top of the dawning place of the Mention of God hall, there was a tablet by Abbas Effendi (Abdul Baha who has acclaimed the Russian Czar and had asked God to raise his flag and expand his shadow on the east and west. Each morning, the Baha’i proselytizer recited the table for the Baha’i pupils beautifully and said them to praise Czar at the bottom of their hearts and to ask God to relax under his shadow. ”
However, the perfect dependence and trust of the Baha’ism heads on the Russians to support them permanently were so obvious that even Abdul Hussein Ayati figured out this issue when he was a Baha’i and stepped on Eshq Abad and the dawning place of Mention of God: “When I was in Eshq Abad, I really understood that the Czar Russians looked upon the Baha’is as contempt; but superficially the Russians supported the Baha’is and the Baha’is were trusted on the Russians so much that they assumed that the Russian Emperor was lasting eternally and the Russian policy isn’t changeable.”
Eventually, the dawning place of Mentioning God is Eshq Abad was dispossessed by the Communistic government of the soviet after 2 decades of being active: In 1928 A.D., the government put it out to lease to the Baha’is. Then; in 1938 A.D., this place was retaken and changed into a museum. In 1948 A.D., the building was destroyed by earthquake and then by a severe rain. In 1963 A.D., it was changed into a public park.
Yes, this is the adventure of the leaders of the forged and made creed of Baha’ism who depended on serving the Colonialists and the author itarian powers to preserve their existence and advancement instead of depending of people.
 Soleymani, The guidence lights, Bija: The national assembly of the faith press, Bita, vol. 2, p. 282
 Sobhi’s memoirs about Babism & Baha’ism with the introduction of Seyyed Hadi Khosrow Shahi, p. 71 on.
 Abdul Hussein Ayati, Kashful Hiyal [The uncovering of the Deceptions], Tehran: Bita, vol. 3, p. 91.