Baha’i Planning for Non-Baha’i Children

The Baha'is always claim that they want to create a spiritual atmosphere for the development of the society .That is the reason they want to conduct children moral classes. Their apex body the Universal House of Justice have asked the Baha'is all over the world that to establish children moral classes in their neighborhood inviting … Continue reading Baha’i Planning for Non-Baha’i Children

The Baha’i minority in the State of Israel, 19481957

This article examines the virtually unexplored topic of the Baha'i religious minority in Israel's early statehood period based mainly on primary source documentation. It will be argued that while the number of Persian Baha'is in Israel after 1948 was minuscule — even smaller than the similarly minuscule Circassian and Armenian populations — the non-Arab and … Continue reading The Baha’i minority in the State of Israel, 19481957

Dr.John Fozdar Passed away in Malaysia

Dr. John Fozdar ( 1928 - 2022 ) was the son of Khodadad and Shirin Fozdar . He was named Knight of Baha'u'llah by Shoghi Effendi. He converted many Buddhist to Baha'is in Brunei and Sarawak. He was Counsellor in Asia from 1980 to 1995. He was very active in the spread of Baha'i Faith … Continue reading Dr.John Fozdar Passed away in Malaysia

What will be the food of the future? — Baha’u’llah v/s Abdu’l-Baha

"What will be the food of the future?" "Fruit and grains. The time will come when meat will no longer be eaten. Medical science is only in its infancy, yet it has shown that our natural diet is that which grows out of the ground. The people will gradually develop up to the condition of … Continue reading What will be the food of the future? — Baha’u’llah v/s Abdu’l-Baha

Abdul Baha: Canine teeth are for hard shells such as almonds

Abdu'l-Baha says : Thou hast written regarding the four canine teeth in man, saying that these teeth, two in the upper jaw and two in the low as for the purpose of eating meat. Know thou that these four teeth are not treated for meat-eating, although one can eat meat with them. All the teeth … Continue reading Abdul Baha: Canine teeth are for hard shells such as almonds

Baha’is are just interested to Convert the People to Baha’i Faith

Baha'is always claim that the aim of their Social and economic development activities are for the betterment of the society, for the empowerment of women, to lift the levels of Jr. youth through moral education. But the reality is exactly opposite. When one reads the writings and the actual practices, we find that every activity … Continue reading Baha’is are just interested to Convert the People to Baha’i Faith

Nine or Nineteen Members on the Universal House of Justice? – A debate in the Baha’i Faith

When someone joins a religion, it will always be riddled with uncertainty for him or her rather than filled with faith. Even if one was born into the faith or grew up among the most devoted of friends and relatives, this is true. A religion journey is usually distinguished by great joy, astonishment, and exquisite … Continue reading Nine or Nineteen Members on the Universal House of Justice? – A debate in the Baha’i Faith

How Baha’u’llah Referred to His Family

The term Aghsan (Branches) signifies Baha’s son and Afnan (Twigs) the Point’s kinsmen according to Baha’s terminology. Baha considered himself to be Asl-i Qadim (the Ancient Stock). Hence the term Branches for his sons to distinguish which from the Point’s kinsmen, since he regarded him as his precursor or harbinger, he used the term twigs … Continue reading How Baha’u’llah Referred to His Family