[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:] Neyrangha Festival
[Date:] Khordad 1400 [May/June 2021]
The First National and Cultural Festival of Rangha Va Neyrangha [Colours and Deceptions]
- Sects (Rangha va Neyrangha)
- The perverse Baha’i sect
- Zionist Christianity
- False mysticism and emerging sects
- Hojjatieh Society
- Sufism and extremist currents, the difference between Sufism and tradition
** For more familiarity of the participants, complete explanations about the main and sub-topics have been recorded by the country’s expert professors and uploaded in the video section of the site (here).
1: Opposition of deviant sects to pure Muhammadan Islam and new scientific attitudes
2: Sectarian superstition, violence and betrayal, including by the perverse Baha’i sect
3: Tricks used by deviant sects and false mysticism for attracting and deceiving individuals in the Muslim community
4: Methods of taking advantage and exploitation of individuals and their members
5: Psychological attitudes of attracting and propaganda of deviant sects in capturing psychological and spiritual [aspects] of individuals
6: Socio-political attitudes of attracting and deceiving people in deviant sects and false mysticism
7: Sectarianism, the society of individual and social crises
8: The Hojjatieh Society and the remnants of the spiritual manifesto
9: Rancour of the deviant sects towards Imam Khomeini’s movement and opposition to the formation of the Islamic government, including the Hojjatieh Society
10: Influence and techniques used by sects in attracting individuals in scientific and cultural centres
11: Influence and techniques used by sects in attracting youth and adolescents
12: Weakness in identifying enemies among sects
13: Incomplete definition of Mahdism and Expectation, philosophy and mysticism, divisiveness in Islamic society and sectarianism.
14: Hojjatieh Society and clearance of Shia and Sunni unity
15: The methods of infiltration, penetration of mystical and false deviant ideas in people’s beliefs and creation of populist attractions
16: Sects, hidden organizations
17: False sects and mysticism for creation of suitable opportunities for the global arrogance to strike at pure Muhammadan Islam
18: Sects and training of counter-revolutionary religious forces.
19: Sects and aristocratic lifestyle and great class distance between members and leaders of the sect
20: False sects and mysticism, distortion of religious and doctrinal facts.
21: Evangelical sects and international Zionism
22: Explanation of the scope of intellectual and psychological dependency of individuals on false sects and mysticism
23: Pure Muhammadanism, English and American Islam in false sects and mysticism
24: Training individuals, who are indifferent but religious in appearance, into sects such as the Hojjatieh Society.
25: Recounting memories of suffering and mental and physical harassment by the sects against their members and those separated.
26: The sects’ unwavering efforts in line with their goals to attract human and financial capital.
27: Description and harm of deviant thoughts of sects in order to attract and influence those in the Muslim community
28: Denial of rationality and sagacity in sects, including Zionist Christianity
29: Propaganda techniques in sects (deception and false promises, including in Zionist Christianity)
30: Comparison of the position of women and family in Islam and Zionist Christianity
31: Comparison of human status and human dignity in Islam and Zionist Christianity
32: Audiobook: “Sal-ha-ye Ata”
A: The first chapter of pages 23 to 59
B: Baha’ism against Iran, pages 170 to 178
A: Part of the fourth chapter, pages 181 to 226
D: Proof of the baselessness of Baha’ism’s claims, pages 274 to 284
33: Audiobook: Ms. Mahnaz Raufi’s books
34: Audiobook: Other books related to the main topics and in coordination with the festival secretariat
Note: After selecting one of the festival fields, each of the participants, in submitting their works, can choose one of the main and sub-topics, then enter the title of their work.
Example 1: Branch (Motion Graphics) - main subject (perverse Baha’i sect) - sub-topic (superstition, violence and sectarian betrayal, including by the perverse Baha’i sect) - Title of the work (Superstition in the Perverse Baha’i Sect)
Example 2: Branch (Audiobook) - main topic (the perverse Baha’i sect) - sub-topic (Audiobook: “Sal-ha-ye Ata” D: Proof of baselessness of Baha’ism’s claims pages 274 to 284) - Title of the work (Instability in the Perverse Baha’i Sect)
Example 3: Branch (Podcast) - main subject (Zionist Christianity) - sub-topic (propaganda techniques in sects (deception and false promises, including in Zionist Christianity)) - title of the work (Deception in Zionist Christianity)