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

 

[Adapted from website:] Rahpouyan-e Hedayat

[Date:] 1 Ordibehesht 1399 [20 April 2020]

 

Anniversary of the Nasty Days in the Perverse Baha’i Sect

On the day that Baha’is call the Festival of Ridvan, Baha’u’llah had been put to flight from Iran and was making arrangements to travel to the occupied Palestinian territories to make his false claims public.

Rahpouyan-e Hedayat: Making a fake calendar and creating pertinent occasions is one of the characteristics of the perverse Baha’i sect, and they want to celebrate the days when their leaders claimed divinity and godhead. The nasty days in which the Baha’i sect’s leaders made their claims public and even introduced themselves as being above God are being celebrated today by Baha’is as the Festival of Ridvan and the like.

The perverse Baha’i sect’s organization has ordered its members to close their businesses, such as shops, etc., in order to highlight these fake holidays and nasty days. In fact, the Baha’i organization is trying to find a platform to spread its sectarian beliefs and to pursue its organizational goals by launching a kind of sectarian strike.

On the day that Baha’is call the Festival of Ridvan, Baha’u’llah had been put to flight from Iran and was making arrangements to travel to the occupied Palestinian territories to make his false claims public. Interestingly, [Baha’u’llah] claimed to be the one whose arrival the Bab had foretold; Baha’u’llah himself was two years older than the Bab, and the Bab had set a time of nearly 500 years for the coming of such an imposter.

It is noteworthy that even today, members of the perverse Baha’i sect do not know what Baha’u’llah claimed and what exactly he pretended to be on the day they call Ridvan. The ambiguity of the Baha’is in this regard is due to the fact that Baha’u’llah, in accordance with the circumstances, claimed to have conditions of spirituality; therefore, sometimes he introduced himself as God, sometimes as a prophet, and in some writings as a servant.

Today, if one asks the members of the perverse Baha’i sect to explain who Baha’u’llah is, he will see that such an issue is completely vague and unknown to him, and in fact the Baha’is themselves do not know what they believe in.