[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:] Dadgah 88
[Date:] 10 May 1393 [31 December 2014]
Electronic Journal / 35 / Behaviour Analysis of the Perverse Baha’i Sect in the 1388 [2009/2010] Elections
Among the people present at this meeting, one can refer to individuals such as Ramtin Jahanbeglou, Abdolkarim Lahiji, Negar Mottahedeh, Diane Ala’i, Mansour Farhang, Mehrangiz Kar, Homayoun Katuzian, Farzaneh Milani, Mahmoud Sadri, Kamran Eghbali, Lily Pourzand, Arash Naraghi, Ali-Reza Namvar Haghighi, Shahram Khaledi and…
According to the report of Dadgah 88, quoted in a special issue of “For the Judgment of History”, although the leaders of the Baha’i sect are trying to introduce the activities of their followers and supporters within the legal framework of the activities of religious minorities in the Islamic Republic of Iran, there is solid evidence that this Zionist-British sect, with full submission to Israel, Britain and the United States, had a tangible appearance in the context of the sedition of 1388 [2009/2010], since many of those who were arrested in the riots confessed to being members of this sect and being their agents who carried out their orders.
In this regard, the diplomatic meeting between the Green Sedition and the Baha’i sect was held at the same time in Toronto, Canada, with the presence of a number of Baha’i counter-revolutionary elements. Among the people present at this meeting, we can mention people like Ramin Jahanbeglou, Abdolkarim Lahiji, Negar Mottahedeh, Diane Ala’i, Mansour Farhang, Mehrangiz Kar, Homayoun Katuzian, Farzaneh Milani, Mahmoud Sadri, Kamran Eghbali, Lily Pourzand, Arash Naraghi, Ali-Reza Namvar Haghighi, Shahram Khaledi and…
The confessions of the arrested members of the group in the aftermath of the election clearly show that the sect had given its members a mission to take part in the unrest and help increase post-election insecurity by planning and leading the organization.