[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:] Mafaz
[Date:] 2 Tir 1399 [22 June 2020]
Abdul-Fattah Khedmati, Mufti [expounder of Islamic law] of Wahhabism or Baha’i Supporter?
MAFAZ – Abdul-Fattah Khedmati, whose enmity with Shias is one of his traits, when he is questioned about the Baha’is, remains silent and implicitly shows his devotion to them.
According to Mafaz, Baha’ism and the Takfiri [anti-Muslim apostasy] Wahhabi Movement were both created by the colonial governments with the aim of creating disunity and distortion. The structure of these two sects is laid out in such a way that enmity with the Iranians is their main feature. Both of them seek to generate instability and destroy the country of Iran. Wahhabis, with gun crime and violent killings, and Baha’is, by insulting and blackening the image of Iran in the international community, seek to satisfy their atheistic, anti-Iranian masters.
Although violence and terrorist actions are institutionalized in the perverse Baha’i sect, these behaviours in Wahhabism often arise without coverup and concealment. In fact, Wahhabism tries to portray the violent face of Islam, and by its operations feeds Western Islamophobia.
Interestingly, the muftis of the Wahhabis, who consider Iranians as “Vajebul-Qatl” [deserving death] collaborate with Baha’is in the media, and when they are asked about Baha’is, they remain silent.
Abdul-Fattah Khedmati, whose enmity with Shias is one of his traits, when he is questioned about the Baha’is, remains silent and implicitly shows his devotion to them.
This mufti of Wahhabism, when it comes to Shiite sanctities, uses rhetoric without the slightest fairness, and when he is asked about Baha’is, whose fundamental job is to insult the Quran and the Prophet, he remains silent.
The supporters of the perverse Baha’i sect did not leave the Wahhabi support unanswered, and have sought to strengthen them by various means.
Rahpouyan-e Hedayat [Wayfarers of Guidance]