[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:] Vareth

[Date:] 24 Khordad 1395 [13 June 2016]

 

The Open Arms of the Takfiris[1] for the Baha’is + Film

If it was said one day that Wahhabism supported Baha’ism, no one would believe it, but in the latest movement of Persian-language Wahhabi networks, they supported the perverse Baha’i sect and showed their true face.

Vareth – The Wahhabi Network, Kalame [News], one of the propagandists of the Wahhabi colonial sect, has repeatedly revealed its anti-religious background.

While Wahhabism, with the slightest excuse, kills Muslims as takfir, if it was said one day that it supported Baha’ism, no one would believe it because Baha’ism basically denies the Seal of Prophethood and considers Baha to be a new Prophet whose religion everyone should follow. Now we see that in the latest efforts, Persian-language Wahhabi channels have supported the perverse Baha’i sect.

The truth is that, according to the testimony of inviolable historical documents, the two sects, Wahhabism and Baha’ism, were born in Britain; therefore, the propaganda of an anti-religious sect such as Baha’ism by Wahhabi networks is not far-fetched.

The strict support of the Wahhabi network of Kalame [News] for the followers of the Baha’i sect―which, according to the principles of jurisprudence and the belief of all Muslims, including Shiites and Sunnis, is considered perverse and apostate―is now showing its true face, and has once again unveiled the same goals of these two sects.

[One] is reminded that Baha’ism is a fictitious sect branching off from Babism. The founder of the Baha’i sect was a person named Mirza Husayn-Ali Nuri, titled Baha'u'llah, born in 1233 [1817] in Tehran, who was one of the first followers and missionaries of the Bab. During a trip to Baghdad in 1268 [1851], he contacted envoys of the British and French governments and received offers of British or French citizenship.

In addition to claiming to be a [deity], he introduced new laws and wrote the [Kitab-i Aqdas]. Baha’is call it the “abrogator of all the past Scriptures”! He also wrote other books that were full of spelling and compositional errors at the time of writing.

 

[1] [Takfiri: One who accuses another Muslim of apostasy]