Although I never outwardly practiced the Baha’i faith (there are no houses of worship near me [in Canada]), I believed in its doctrine for a significant portion of my life, until my return to Islam.
1) The independent investigation of the truth:
Bootlicker Abdul Baha was awarded KBE for his loyal service to the British cause since the occupation [of Palestine]Written by Super User
About a decade ago Adib Masumian (Baha'i Scholar) commissioned an independent researcher in the UK to sift through various archives and see what documentation on ?Abdu'l-Bahá's knighthood turned up. Here is what she found:
Normally, during the spring, summer and part of the autumn season, the Blessed Perfection resided in the Mansion of Bahji and the remainder of the year in the city of Akka.
“O Handmaids of the Self-Sustaining Lord! Exert your efforts so that you may attain the honor and privilege ordained for women. Undoubtedly the greatest glory of women is servitude at His Threshold and submissiveness at His door; it is the possession of a vigilant heart, and praise of the incomparable God; it is heartfelt love towards other handmaids and spotless chastity; it is obedience to and consideration for their husbands and the education and care of their children; and it is tranquility, and dignity, perseverance in the remembrance of the Lord, and the utmost enkindlement and attraction”
Dissimulation of the faith was widespread among Babis and Baha’is until the early years of the ministry of Shoghi Effendi (1921-57), when he, in a number of messages starting in 1927, prohibited its practice.
From its emergence, Baha’is Promoted proselytizing as essential part, sending their forces to various places during various missions to exploit and change beliefs of Muslims. By emergence of Baha’ism in Iran, the surrounding countries were the primary points for proselytizing. Missions of the Baha’i community have continued from the past to the present, and they spend a lot for the cult penetration in remote areas generally with cultural and economic poverty. This has led Baha’ism to claim that they are most inclusive beliefs, without pointing to the way of imposing themselves on different regions. We will examine the influences and functions of Baha’ism in different countries in a series of articles.
November 4. On this date in 1957, Shoghi Effendi passed away suddenly at the age of 60 from the Asian flu in London where he was shopping for furniture and ornaments for the International Archives building. He died having violated Bahá'u'lláh's command in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas that "Unto everyone hath been enjoined the writing of a will." Having no children of his own and having declared every living male descendant of Bahá'u'lláh a Covenant-breaker, Shoghi Effendi left no eligible candidates for the office of Guardian, posing a serious problem given his assertion that "In this Dispensation, divine guidance flows on to us in this world after the Prophet’s ascension, through first the Master, and then the Guardians." He had furthermore stated in The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh that