Former Baha'is (105)
When I received a letter from a Baha'i Continental Counsellor indicating that I was under threat of being declared a Covenant-breaker, the impact on me personally was less than on my family. My wife is a Baha'i as are many of her family members . . . The very real threat of being declared a Covenant breaker meant my wife had to face the decision of joining me as a heretic or divorcing me so that she could maintain her relationships with her family and other lifelong friends. Since [my wife] had no intention of divorcing me, the choices then extended out to her family.
Yadullah Sabet rasekh
He was born in a Baha’i family in 1293. His father was a Baha’i and his mother was Muslim. At first he was a firm Baha’i and was severely defending his faith.
He participated at religious lectures and discovered Baha’ism as a null cult. He turned against Baha’ism in the presence of Ayatollah Milani in Mashhad city. Her wife became Muslim, too.
He finally died in 1380.
I am Khashayar Nabili, 21, from Tehran city. I am a student of Pharmacology and now I am working in a pharmacy. First, my grand grand father became Baha’i in Semnan city. My family didn’t have firm belief in Baha’ism. We had both Muslim and Baha’i relatives; but we were closer to the Muslim ones. The following reasons caused me to turn against Baha’ism and turn to Islam: 1- The universal house of justice was located at Israel, 2- The UHJ’s messages whose contents were written as if for children and stupid people.