[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]


[Newspaper:] Man of politics

[Date:] 31 Ordibehesht 1334 [22 May 1955]

[Issue No.:] 9


Toudeh’is in Baha’i Clothing

Our reporter reports that before the recent legal campaign of the country against the Baha’is, the Toudeh’is [Iran’s left-inclined political party] had chosen a new way to arrange their meetings.

In this way, whenever they met to discuss the political and institutional issues [of the party], each one of them had a book of prayer or Baha’i songs in their possession, which they would open and place in front of them. If an officer entered, they would start chanting [reading] the prayers or Baha’i songs with a special melody.

Fortunately, the alert police force authorities and the military commanders noticed this trick and now Toudeh’is are thinking about other satanic ways for holding their meetings.


London’s Radio Station Attack on Iran

An informed source mentioned that, “During the last week, Radio Station of London several times read the article of the New York Times about the religious disputes and the criticism of Iran’s social conditions.”