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[Adapted from website:] Borna News

[Date:] 18 Esfand 1398 [8 March 2020]


In the Urdu Channel of Sahar Network;

“The Story of Baha’ism” on TV

The [history of the] formation of the perverse Baha’i sect in Iran will be broadcast in a documentary titled “The Story of Baha’ism” on the Urdu channel of the Sahar Network.

According to the arts and culture group of Borna News, the seven-part documentary series “The Story of Baha’ism” deals with the formation of the Baha’i sect and the current situation of its followers.

In this documentary, it will be pointed out that Mirza Husayn-Ali Nuri, known as Baha’u’llah, founded the perverse Baha’i sect in Iran in the 19th century AD.

It will also be stated that the followers of this sect consider Baha’u’llah to be the newest divine messenger in the continuation of the previous prophets such as Abraham, Moses, Christ and Muhammad.

The current situation of the followers of the Baha’i sect and their geographic dispersion is one of the topics related to explaining the history of this perverse sect, which will be presented to Urdu-speaking viewers in this seven-part documentary series.

The second part of the documentary series “The Story of Baha’ism”, translated by Seyyed Javad Najafi, will be broadcast on 18 Esfand [8 March], at 8:00 p.m. Tehran time for 25 minutes on the Urdu channel of Sahar Universal Network. This series will be aired on Sunday nights at 8:00 p.m. Tehran time.