[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:] Habilian Association

[Date:] 25 Farvardin 1393 [14 April 2014]

 

Introduction to the Deviant Sect in Al-Zahra Seminary in Neyshabur

Habilian Foundation ([representing families of Iranian terror victims])

According to the Habilian information base, an exhibition on the deviant sect was held at the Al-Zahra Seminary in Neyshabur with the aim of introducing the perverse Baha’i sect and the deviant Hojjatieh[1] Society.

In this exhibition, scholars and students of the seminary were exposed to plans and materials with topics such as: Deviant Thoughts of the Hojjatieh Society; Cooperation of the Hojjatieh Society with SAVAK; His Honour the Imam’s Encounter with the Hojjatieh Society; Change of Policy of the Hojjatieh Society After the Islamic Revolution; The Intellectual Commonalities of the Hojjatieh Society with the Monafeghin; the Hojjatieh Society and the Promotion of Separation of Religion From Politics; the Guardianship From the Perspective of the Hojjatieh Society; Response to the Deviant Ideas of the Hojjatieh Society; Propagation Tactics and Methods Used for Attracting by the Hojjatieh Society; The Opinions of Elders and Prominent People About the Hojjatieh Society.

Another focus of the exhibition was the perverse [Baha’i] sect [with such topics as], Familiarity With the Thoughts of the Founders of the Baha’i sect; The Link Between the Baha’i Sect and the Oppressive Imperial Regime; The Relationship Between Baha’ism, Britain and the Zionist Regime; The Sect’s Amenities to the Western Intelligence Services; Baha’i Ideology and Moral Deviations; and [Recruitment] Methods.

Other aspects of this exhibition were videos and documentaries, specialized meetings, and the introduction of deviant sects.

It is worth mentioning that the products of the Habilian Foundation were available to the visitors, including a monthly guidebook, books, bulletins, brochures, and software products of the Habilian Foundation related to the topics of the exhibition.

 

[1] [Hojjatieh - Anti-Baha’i Association]