Although Baha'ism is shouting the slogan of humanity and humanitarian due to being in minority; but in fact, the forged prophet of Baha'ism has made Baha'is hate non-Baha'is.
As the forged prophet of Baha'ism has forbidden his followers to visit non-Baha'is:
"Don’t have social intercourses with those who haven’t accepted Baha'ism and avoid them."
Or he has also said: "Everybody must avoid He atheist (:non-Baha'is). He has also ordered for non-Baha'is to be avoided:
"اِنقَطع عَن الَّذین اَشرَکوا و کانوا مِنَ الخاسرین"
"Cut your relationships with those who become atheists and maleficent. (:non-Baha'is)."
Yes, in a community in which the Baha'is are in majority, non-Baha'is will be boycotted extensively and the proselytizing slogans of the Baha'ism organization will be meaningless. Of course, Baha'ism has practically shown that even the minority can't be considered as a factor for its monopolization and it will boycott those who have turned against Baha'ism by the commandment of the spiritual excommunication. So, the co-existence with the followers of other religions as a teaching will be vain.
 "لا تعاشروا مع الذین هم کفروا بالله و آیاته ثم اجتنبوا عن مثل هولاء":
Ishraq Khawari, the heavenly food, Vol. 8, p. 39.
 Hussein Ali Nouri, the collection of the Blessed Tablets, Cairo, Sa'adat publishing house, 1920 A.D. p. 90.
 Refer to Shoqi Effendi, the Blessed writings, Bija: The national institute of the faith press, 125 Badi'a, Vol. 4, pp. 94-95.
 Refer to: Ahmad Yazdani, a glance at the Baha'i religion, Tehran: the national assembly of the faith press, 1328, p. 51.