"إِنَّنِي أَنَا اللَّهُ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا أَنَا فَاعْبُدْنِي وَأَقِمِ الصَّلَاةَ لِذِكْرِي"
“Lo! I, even I, am Allah. There is no God save me. Serve Me and establish worship for My remembrance.” (Al-Taha/14)
Interpreting the above-mentioned verse, it is said that the unique God orders Moses (P.H.) to worship after monotheism; because monotheism is the root and origin and slavery is the stem. Monotheism resembles a tree and slavery is its fruit.
According to God’s statement in the holy Quran, the aim for the prophets’ missions is inviting slaves to worship the Almighty God and to avoid worshiping everybody save Him. As God has stated in Nahl chapter, verse 36:
"وَلَقَدْ بَعَثْنَا فِي كُلِّ أُمَّةٍ رَسُولًا أَنِ اعْبُدُوا اللَّهَ وَاجْتَنِبُوا الطَّاغُوتَ ..."
“And verily We have raised in every nation a messenger, (proclaiming): Serve Allah and Shun false gods. Then some of them (there were) whom Allah guided, and some of them (there were) upon whom error had just hold. Do but travel I the land and see the nature of the consequence for the deniers.”[Al-Nahl/36]
It is never merited for a deity to be worshipped save Allah. However, in the deviant cult of Baha’ism, the founder and forged prophet of Baha’is has invited people to worship himself instead of inviting them to worship God. He has announced there is no god but himself!
In the book “the works of the highest pen”, Vol. 1, pages: 17, 37, 56, 421, 244, 233, 310, 396, 405 and 417, Hussein Ali Baha has claimed for divinity. In the above-mentioned book, p. 229 he says:
"ان اسمع ما یوحی من شطرالبلاء علی بقعه المحنه و الابتلاء من سدره القضاء انه انا لا اله الا انا المسجون الفرید"
“Listen to what is inspired from the place of suffering: There is no God but me to be prisoned and alone.”
In this sentence, Hussein Ali Nouri has clearly claimed for divinity. Nevertheless, no human being accept a weak person to be God! It is interesting to be noted that he who has claimed for divinity has also claimed for his weakness. The word “imprisoned” is clearly prefiguring the Excellency Bahaullah’s weakness and misery.
The book “the highest pen”, Vol. 1, p. 229, line: 18