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[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:] Asr Iran
[Date:] 17 Ordibehesht 1389 [7 May 2010]
Books Removed on First Two Days of the Book Exhibition
An interesting point in listing some books was the inclusion of a new classification of the religions, in such a way that after Islam and Christianity, Buddhism and Baha’ism were also [listed] amongst the religions (!?)
Some international booths presenting geographical books of maps with a manipulated map of Iran and the Persian Gulf, did not object to this Iranian approach and…
... All works related to Ayatollah Saanei were also collected from the exhibition.
In the first two days of the 23rd Book Fair, a significant number of books were collected from the domestic and foreign publishers, many of which belonged to the perverse Baha’i and Babi sects.
According to Tabnak, in the first two days of the book fair, titles of foreign books with wrong names for the Persian Gulf were removed from the foreign booths.
According to this report, some international booths, in presenting books on geographical maps and manipulating the map of Iran and the Persian Gulf, did not object to this attitude of Iran and sometimes confirmed the mistakes of such books.
According to our correspondent, most of the books of the perverse Baha’i and Babi sects have also been collected from the exhibition, and this year more titles have been seen in this regard.
The interesting point in listing some of these books is the new classification of religions, so that after Islam and Christianity, Buddhism and Baha’ism were also among the religions (!?)