[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:] Cafe Tarikh

[Date:] 6 Farvardin 1396 [26 March 2017]

 

Traditional Baha’i Children’s Classes

In this picture a group of Baha’i leaders and followers are seen at a traditional Baha’i children’s classes during the Qajar Era. From the very beginning, the Baha’i colonial organization has devoted a great deal of effort in designing and implementing rigorous and regular educational programmes for its followers in order to educate its followers and teach its erroneous beliefs and rites in a fundamental way. This perverse sect has made special investment in its children’s’ and adolescents’ generation.

In this picture, a group of the Baha’i leaders and followers are seen at a traditional Baha’i children’s classes, during the time of Qajar [Dynasty]. From the very beginning, the Baha’i colonial organization has devoted a great deal of effort in designing and implementing rigorous and regular educational programmes for its followers in order to educate its followers and teach its erroneous beliefs and rites in a fundamental way. This perverse sect has made special investment in its children’s and adolescents’ generation.

Traditional Baha’i Children’s Classes