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[The excerpt below is from the section of the article that pertains to the Baha’i Faith]


[Adapted from website:] Defapress

[Date:] 17 Esfand 1398 [7 March 2020]


The Annihilated Shah’s Good Opinion of the Traitor Baha’is

The employment of Baha’is in various positions of the country during the Pahlavi regime was a sign of the regime’s serious support for Baha’ism and its trust in this perverse sect; the trust that was emphasized and endorsed by the colonial governments.

According to the correspondent of the Culture & Arts of Defapress, the emergence of the perverse Baha’i sect in Iran and the unlimited support of the insidious British governments―and consequently the usurping Zionist regime―is one of the examples of the anti-Islamic policies of the enemies who, even in the Pahlavi era, tried to destroy the true religion of Islam. The treasonous support of the dethroned Shah Pahlavi and the engagement of Baha’i elements in the highest government sources provided the grounds for the growth and expansion of this evil sect.

Understanding the nature of Baha’ism not only sheds light on the decadent and deviant puppet religion; it also reveals the inherent hostility of the Western world. Ali-Reza Rouzbehani, in his book “Analysis and Critique of Baha’ism”, published by the Islamic Research Centre of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, deals with the issue of Baha’ism and its place in the hostile policy of the Zionist regime.