[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:] Ferghe News
[Date:] 16 Tir 1392 [7 July 2013]
The Wolf Who Would Eat Yusuf [Joseph]
The Wolf Who Would Eat Yusuf documentary: Five episodes of Wolf Yusuf Eater focus on the analysis of Iranian society before and during the formation of the Baha’i sect.
According to Ferghe News, the Wolf Who Would Yusuf is a five-episode documentary, focusing on an analysis of Iranian society before and during the formation of the Baha’i sect. In the first scene, the situation of Iranian society at the beginning of the Qajar period is examined. The result of this scene is the rejection of the theory of different [types of] economic poverty in Iranian society and replacing it with the theory of scientific and cultural poverty, especially among the elite society.
In the second scene, Sheikh Ahmad Ahsa’i, Sheikhism and other various sects are examined. Their differences are analyzed in the person of the sheikh, and the reason for the difference between the Karbala and Kerman sects from the sect of Tabriz becomes clearer.
In the third act, with the arrival of the new leaders of the Sheikhi [sect] of Karbala, namely Mullah Husayn Bushru’i and Zarrin-Taj-e Baraghani, the movement of the Bab is reconstructed and narrated again through the Jewish narration.
In the fourth act, we examine how the “Letters of the Living” circle leave the scene and are replaced by the Nuri family, namely Husayn-Ali Nuri, known as Baha’u’llah, and Yahya Nuri, known as the Subh-i Azal.
In the last scene, we re-examine Iranian society and warnings are given to today’s Iranian society, in which there seems to be a high probability of the re-emergence of such a sect.