[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] Nabard-e Mellat

[Date:] 5/2/1358 [26 May 1979][1]

[Issue No:] 18


A Military Governorate Headquarters or Islamic Propagation Centre


Subsequent to the occupation of the previous Haziratu’l-Quds[2]—a centre for corruption and the sedition of the foreign worshipers of the illegal Baha’i group—and the destruction of its sinister dome, various thoughts regarding its usage have surged.  One thought is that, as the Military Governorate Headquarters does not have an appropriate and independent place which is suitable for its activities, the place [should] be entrusted to them.


Now, the clerical and religions authorities are thinking about the dedication of the place to the establishment of a university and Islamic Propagation Centre.



[1] [Apparently the original article was published on 13/3/1334 (4 June 1955) in number 118 of the same newspaper.]

[2]  [A Baha'i term for Baha'i Centre]