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Was 'Abdu'l-Bahá Racist?

Some Twelvers accuse ‘Abdu’l-Bahá of being racist in the following passage:

On the other hand a man may call himself a Bahá’í for fifty years and if he does not live the life he is not a Bahá’í.

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"Blessed are the strangers!"

Imam Baqir (as) said, “When the Qaem appears, he will invite the people to a new mission (amre’ jadid) as the Holy Prophet (saw) has invited the people to a new mission.

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Cessation of Prophethood

Mohammed is not the father of any man among you; but the apostle of God, and the seal of the prophets: And God knoweth all things.

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Two Bahai businesses shut by authorities in Karaj

Bahai News (Persian), March 10, 2017.

On March 9, police and agents from the Ministry of Intelligence and the Ministry of Penal Affairs (تعزیرات), along with a judge, went to one business in Karaj that is run by two Bahais, Farid and Farnush Pasha’i (فرید و فرنوش پاشایی) in the Gohardasht neighbourhood of Karaj, where they sealed the premises. 155 more words

Bahai Faith

Two more Bahai students expelled from universities

Bahai News (Persian), March 2017.

In separate reports dated March 4 and March 6, Bahai News reports on the expulsion of Mahsa Sha`erzadeh (مهسا شاعرزاده) and Puya Azami Aqjeh (پویا اعظمی اقجه). 173 more words

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One arrest in Rey: Mrs. Sima Keyani

Bahai News (Persian), March 8, 2017.

Sima Keyani (سیما کیانی), a Bahai living in Rey (on the outskirts of Tehran), was arrested at her home by security forces on the morning of March 8. 64 more words

Bahai Faith

Believer, CNN: Aslan and the Aghoris

Reza Aslan is a theologian. He makes videos for CNN on what he wants to share with the world about obscure religious practices that he researches. 586 more words

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