How do you say that Baha’ism was a plot of the Britain?

Two British rite Masons are behind the Masonic support for the creation of Bahaism from the mid Baghdad period: Manekji Limji Hataria and Mirza Malkom Khan.

 They made contact with Baha’u’llah in Baghdad during the mid-1850s and met with him personally. Only a few short years afterwards Baha’u’llah openly made his claim and relegated Subh-i-Azal to the margins and had all the prominent dissenters murdered. Subh-i-Azal was not willing to play any games with Masons and British agents such as Manekji and Malkom Khan, so the British rite Masons split up Babism and supported Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri Baha’u’llah to make up his own religion which they have supported ever since. The association of Manekji and Malkom Khan with Baha’u’llah is openly admitted by Baha’i sources.

See : The Tabernacle of Unity

And check : Babis, Baha’is and the British Deep State

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About imranshaykh
I am a student of comparative religion with a special interest in Islam and The Bahai Faith

2 Responses to How do you say that Baha’ism was a plot of the Britain?

  1. AVA says:

    Accusation like this has happened to Mohamed and Jesus too. Bahaullah was from wealthy, well known family and was living a good life before his claim, and he lived in hardship after that. Some westerners do not believe such a teaching like equality of men and women, a universal language, etc. come from Iran in 1800. So must British were behind that. But why those British wanted educate Iranian in this way?
    For me it does not matter if a good thing comes from a British or a bare foot Arab!

    • imranshaykh says:

      Dear Ava:

      The so called new age teachings of the Bahai Faith have existed for years. And the rest which dont have been made up by Bahais to appeal to the West. I disagree with you that the British taught the principles of brotherhood and equality of men. Islam did. 1400 years ago.

      The Bahai Faith takes stuff from other religion and passes it off as its own. The important point is that Bahai Founders themselves did not follow the principles of the Faith. So there!

      If you wish to know more, please refer to


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