[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets.]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

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

 

[Adapted from website:] Habilian Association

[Date:] 19 Mehr 1391 [10 October 2012]

 

The Great Exhibition of “Basirat” [Insight] Was Held in the City of Arak

Habilian Association

According to the Habilian Association (the Families of the [Iran] Terror Martyrs): “In this exhibition, booths with an area of 1,200 square metres, in the form of several booths which were the information hall, the field hospital, the history of operations of the Monafeghin since the beginning of their sedition in1388 [2009], the deviant Hojjatieh Society and the perverse Baha’i sect … were provided for public viewing.

Based on this news, the Basirat Exhibition of the Habilian Association (the Families of the [Iran] Terror Martyrs), which was open for a week ... performed an autopsy of the deviant Hojjatieh Society and the perverse Baha’i sect.

In this exhibition [the topics], “The Deviant Hojjatieh Society”, “The Hojjatieh Society and the Uprising of 15 Khordad [5 June]”, “The Change of Strategy From Fighting Baha’ism to Marxism”, “The Confrontations of Martyr Mofatteh and Martyr Rajai With the Hojjatieh Society”, “Fighting the Effect, Instead of Fighting the Cause”… were exhibited in the form of posters.

Visitors to the section on the “History of the Perverse Baha’i Sect”, received useful and documented information about “The Baha’i Leaders From the Beginning Till Now”, “The Role of Baha’is in the Pahlavi Regime”, “Baha’ism, a Fabricated Religion and an Espionage Organization”, “The Role of the Baha’is in the Aftermath of the 10th Presidential Election”, “Propagation and Recruitment in the Baha’i Sect”, “Baha’is and Reformists in Iran”, and “The Most Important Damages and Threats of the Perverse Baha’i Sect”.

It is worth mentioning that the public response to this exhibition was very good, and 10,000 to 12,000 people from different walks of life, especially the youth, visited this exhibition daily.