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”.

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Parents Be Aware of “Baha’i cup of Tea” for Your Children

Timur Chekparbayev a 36 year old Baha’i from Kazakhstan goes to Uzbekistan invites children and Junior youth of Uzbekistan proselytizes them about Baha’i Faith, when caught red handed says” we were having Tea together and for having a cup of tea neither the consent of parents nor any authority is required”.

Following 15-day jail terms handed down to two Baha’is in Tashkent, one of the two, Timur Chekparbayev, who was subsequently expelled from Uzbekistan. The authorities accused the two of missionary activity and proselytism, following a police raid on a meeting for teenage Children.

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Secretly Proselytizing Bahais deported from Uzbekistan

The Government of Uzbekistan deported a number of Bahais from the neighboring countries as they were secretly involved in propagation of Baha’i Faith. About 15 Bahais were arrested by the religious ministry on information provided by local Mahalla committee that a full scale deceptive conversion was on its way in Tashkent Baha’i centre.

A similar incident was reported by government authorities in Samarkand in December 2008

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Uzbekistan deports another Baha’i for organizing “illegal meetings” in private homes

Sepehr Taheri, a Baha’i with British citizenship who had lived in the Uzbek capital Tashkent since 1990, is married to an Uzbek citizen and their children were all born there. In the wake of his deportation, a local news website accused Taheri of “propagandizing Baha’i religious teaching” and increasing the number of “proselytes” in the country. The website’s chief editor defended to Forum 18 its publication of the article, which was written by the same author who attacked the previous Baha’i to be expelled from Uzbekistan.

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Bahais arrested in Uzbekistan for deceptively preaching and converting children and Junior Youth

The Security department of Government of Uzbekistan, while on routine check, arrested 20 Bahais for preaching The Bahai Faith to children and junior youth below 16 years. These children from different cities were taken to the Bahai centre in the name of moral teachings without the consent of their parents. The children were then taken to a Rehabilitation Centre from where they were handed to their parents. The Police recorded the whole proceedings in a camera. Recently the CIS countries are tightening the grip on this very deceptive sect whom they accuse of having links with Israel and destroying the moral fabric of the society. The Christian priests have also objected to their deceptive propaganda and warned them to not to impart any so called moral teachings to Christian children.

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