Bahai Faith is BANNED in Most Countries

“IT APPEARS THAT AS HARD AS THE BAHA’IS MIGHT HAVE TRIED OVER THE YEARS TO DISMISS WHAT THEY LABEL “CONSPIRACY THEORIES” REGARDING THEIR CONNECTIONS TO THE BRITISH ESTABLISHMENT, MORE AND MORE SUCH THEORIES CONTINUE TO PERSIST- WHILE WITH EACH DAY MORE EVIDENCE EMERGES PROVING THESE THEORIES AS FACT RATHER THAN THEORY”.

Read more of this post

The General claims of Baha’i Faith

The conception on which Bahaism bases its claim is false. Truth does not grow old, nor is it possible to change the religion with the growth of the race. A universal religion must present truth in a form that will reach men in every stage of civilization, for the reason that in every period of the world since the dawn of history there have been simultaneously men in every stage of intellectual development.—W. A. Shedd in “Miss. Review of the World.”

It (Bahaism) has not enough assurance of personal immortality to satisfy such Western minds as are repelled by the barren and jejune ethical systems of agnostics, positivists, and humanitarians who would give us rules to regulate a life which they have rendered meaningless.—Professor Browne in Phelps’ “Life of Abbas Effendi,” p. xviii.

The essence of being a Bahai is a boundless devotion to the person of the Manifestation and a profound belief that he is divine and of a different order from all other beings.—Professor Browne, Art. “Bab” in Ency. of Religion and Ethics.

The claims of Bahaism are many and varied. They cover a wide range. I will first consider its general claims and of these the most significant.

Read more of this post

Universal Auxiliary Language – What nonsense!

The Bahai Faith has introduced the idea of having an auxiliary language. This is an important Bahai principle which claims to be a step towards bringing world peace, as Abdul Baha has been quoted to have said: “One of the great steps towards universal peace would be the establishment of a universal language.”
(Paris Talks, The Eighth Principle)

Considering the fact that it is included amongst the important 12 Bahai principles, it would be worthwhile to know its conformity with divine laws.

Read more of this post

Open Questions to Tavakoli and UHJ

Interesting article that I found on ~http://bahaisects.wordpress.com/. Do go through it. It highlights the dissension within the worldwide Bahai community…

——-

The purpose of the conference in Toronto which was held under  chairmanship of Mr. Tavakoli and under the Guidance of Universal House  of Justice failed to achieve any of its aim because the conference  failed to reflect on very important issues prevailing in the Baha’i  organization. For example, The Baha’i NSA of the US recently lost a  case in which it attempted to sue rival, schismatic Baha’i groups for trademark infringement of the name Baha’i. The daily increase in the numerous harassment that Baha’is have been subjected to. The existence  of a Baha’i Internet Agency one of whose roles is to spy and isolate  online critics. Trying to find out their IP addresses then their home addresses and then bullying them to submission. Forcing Google to  disband their blogs/sites.

After all, thinking is our freedom to investigate the truth and follow  it. If one is truly liberal then his approaches will not suffocate the  human mind to certain ideals only. The conference failed to encourage  the audience to seek out the truth in their investigation. It failed  in encouraging audience to apply truth to their investigation. Mr. Tavakoli and his Haifan Baha’i friends should note that staying in glass houses one should not through stones at others. In future never use Academic Institute like Toronto University as your implementing agenda forum.

Can Mr. Tavakoli and his Haifan organization answer?

The Haifan Baha’is always preaches tolerance and peace then why do they not extend the same tolerance and peace to their own while demanding it from other religious leaders? is this not hypocrisy?

Why excommunicate Academician and University professor like Prof Firouz Anarki the former member of NSA of Thailand just because he believed that to become a good teacher for Children classes one need not do Ruhi book 3.

Why excommunicate Mr. Jamshed Fozdar who so sincerely worked for Haifan Baha’is as a counselor for a number of years. His only fault was his assertions that the content of the books of the Ruhi Institute are unjustified, and that the only valid way to teach the Cause to the peoples of the world is through the use of the scriptures of their respective religions

Why send Counselors to threaten professors of history and Middle East studies of ‘making statements contrary to the covenant’ in the Spring of 1996 and bully them out of the religion?

Why the crackdown on the talis…@indiana.edu list and its participants? Why bully individuals to retract statements of fact, but when they do under duress, they are Sanctioned?

Why bully the editors of dialogue magazine to close it down and accuse them of negative campaigning and lying for an article entitled *A Modest Proposal* which had gone through the process of pre-publication review by the NSA itself and then accuse these editors of being covenant breakers for following the NSA’s own rules and guidelines on the floor of National Convention in 1988?

Why threaten people believing in freedom of conscience and freedom to express one’s opinion?

Why expel Michael McKenney for merely believing that women should serve on the UHJ?

Why expel Alison Marshall for believing that the UHJ is not infallible?

Why sanction those Iranian Baha’is for leaving Iran via Mehrabad airport because they were required to fill out a form stating their religion?

Why spy on individuals and violate their fundamental right to privacy a year after they had formally left the religion?

Why write libelous and slanderous letters about people and then denounce them as enemies in their national publications?

Why attempt to have people shunned and split up their families because they believe differently from the official line? And so on and so forth, ad nauseum!

Given the current UHJ’s own track record with its own dissidents, it is the last one who can preach about peace and tolerance towards others! They ought to start with themselves first before telling others what to do?

The Persian Baha’is of Pakistan are involved in full scale corruption

There is lots of corruption in Baha’i community of Pakistan especially by the Persian Baha’is.

Several years ago, a young Iranian Baha’i (living in Pakistan) who was to depart for Austria the next day was found hanged. This led to a lawsuit being initiated in Washington D.C. against the United Nations and its main officer in Pakistan: an Iranian Baha’i who was working for the UN.

According to the members of the NSA of Pakistan, the young man had hung himself and injected drugs as well. Well, the forensic evidence revealed an empty syringe.

The NSA of Pakistan had hurried to bury the body of the young man WITHOUT EVEN INFORMING THE PAKISTANI AUTHORITY. Read more of this post

Human Rights and the Bahai Faith

Hi Friends,

I saw this post on Google Groups and found it an interesting thought and hence I decided to share it with everyone..

—–

Been thinking about why freedom of association is so important that it is included in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Have also been thinking about how Baha’i religious practice contravenes this right and how a religion which has progressive aspects has evolved to not recognize this basic human right.

The illogic of the Baha’i religious practice of shunning those it has labeled as covenant breakers is that a Baha’i could be forced to associate with a fellow Baha’i whose character is shady while at the same time being forced to not associate with a Baha’i from a different sect whose character is laudable. Not only is this illogical, in Canadian law it is illegal because it contravenes our Character of Rights and Freedoms right of association.

Which makes more sense? The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms or Baha’i religious practice, Baha’i religious law? A Baha’i religious law which can even force family members to not associate with each other on threat of being excommunicated from the Baha’i religion?

There are aspects of Baha’i belief that need to be shed before the Baha’i religion can truly be a humanitarian religion, a religion which truly honors the human rights of all, a religion fit for this time in humanities history.

Source:

—–

If you want to read more about this, then you can browse through the following articles:

Class System in Bahai Faith

Human Equality in the Bahai Faith

Bahai Faith is Hypocrisy Personified

The Baha’i faith as it stands today faces a challenge of becoming irrelevant to the sayings of Baha’u’llah and Abdul Baha. Having failed to attract converts and not getting acceptance from the world society, the Baha’i Faith today is trying to serve itself as a religion in terms of writing OPEN LETTERS (as against Holy writings!!) that have no bearing whatsoever on the targeted people.

Very recently we heard about a petition made by 31 Imminent Indians to the Government of Iran, on another occasion we heard that Baha’is wrote an irrelevant letter to the people of Egypt. There was again an ‘Open letter’ in the Wall Street Journal republished Dr. Kishan Manocha, Director of the Office of External Affairs of the Bahá’í community of the UK. The document, dated 7th December and addressed to Ayatollah Mohammad Sadeq Larijani, stating the injustices meted out to Iranian Baha’is. Many more open letters must be in the pipe line.

Read more of this post

Caste System in Baha’i Faith

Caste System in Bahai Faith

Caste System in Bahai Faith

Currently, the Baha’is think of humanity as being divided into a few official groups or castes. I have organized them in a list from “best” to “worst” based on how many rights they would have in a future Baha’i world order:

1. Baha’i in good standing

2. Baha’i with administrative rights removed

3. non-Baha’i

4. Covenant-breaker

If you include more subtle gradations, which may possibly acquire a greater degree of official status in the future, the list would look like this…

1. Baha’i in good standing, active

2. Baha’i in good standing, inactive

3. Baha’i with some administrative rights removed

4. Baha’i with all administrative rights removed (Feast attendance, voting, eligibility for election, contribution to Funds, contribution to Huququ’llah, plus anything I’m forgetting to mention)

Read more of this post

Bahai Faith in Israel: An Insider’s View

The Baha’i administration claims there is no resident Baha’i population in Israel. The 650-700 Baha’is who can be found here at any given time are all volunteers who have come from some 85 countries to do service for periods ranging from a few months to a few years. The Baha’is who live here as tourists or temporary residents do not engage in any form of missionary activity. Some people erroneously believe that this is in accordance with the country’s anti-missionary laws, but in fact it is a self-imposed Baha’i prohibition against seeking or accepting new believers into the Baha’i faith in the Holy Land that dates back to the time when the country was still under Ottoman rule.

No one knows why. It is one of several inexplicable Baha’i regulations (Read more about this regulation).

It is a well known fact that according to a letter of Universal House of Justice1 the Baha’i s are not suppose to teach and convert the Jew population in Israel. Infact if a Jew outside Israel wants to accept Baha’i Faith and settle in Israel, then his declaration card is not to be accepted.

Read more of this post

Iran busts intl. network promoting Bahaism

Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN – Iranian security and intelligence personnel have identified and arrested the members of an international moral corruption network promoting Bahaism.

The network was carrying out its activities in the cities of Tehran, Karaj, Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, and Yasuj, as well as the town of Evaz, which is located in Fars Province, the Fars News Agency reported on Sunday.

The leaders of the network were receiving $400 per month from certain foreign countries to promote the teachings of Bahaism in Iran.

(Source: http://old.tehrantimes.com/Index_view.asp?code=245303)

%d bloggers like this: