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[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:] Rasa News Agency

[Date:] 1 Azar 1395 [21 November 2016]

 

With the Aim of Examining the Deviant Ideas of the Perverse Baha’i Sect,

The TV documentary “Be-Baha” [Worthless] will be broadcast on IRIB TV3.

The general directorate of Islamic Media Research, with the aim of informing the public about the various sects made in the Muslim nations by the hands of the arrogant countries, has made a documentary, “Be-Baha”, in order to [help people to] identify the perverse Baha’i sect.

According to the correspondent of Rasa News Agency in Mashhad, the general directorate of Islamic Media Research, with the aim of informing the public about various sects made in the Muslim nations by the hands of the arrogant countries, has made a documentary, “Be-Baha”, in order to [help people to] identify the perverse Baha’i sect.

According to the report, this documentary has been prepared in order to expose [the] behind-the-scenes [activity] of the perverse Baha’i sect, [and their] goals of forming, recruiting and publishing evil thoughts.

Also, the documentary “Be-Baha”, which is, in fact, an exploration of the characteristics of the perverse Baha’i sect and has been produced in four 30-minute episodes, deals with issues such as the history of the formation of the perverse Baha’i sect by the colonizers, the current situation of its leaders and appointees, Baha’i propaganda projects in different countries, methods of Baha’i propaganda and Baha’i activities in Iran.

It is worth mentioning that the documentary “Be-Baha”, prepared by Hosein Asadizadeh and directed by Javad Yaghmouri, was produced in the production unit of the general directorate of Islamic Media Research, and [each episode] will be broadcast from today, Monday [1 Azar (21 November)], to Thursday, 4 Azar [25 November], at 17:30 for 30 minutes on IRIB TV3.