Documents Deposited by Ruth White with the Library of CongressPosted: April 10, 2014
Documents Deposited by Ruth White with the Library of Congress, 1930-1932. Includes White’s extensive documents and communication with the Mandate of Palestine authorities regarding the fraudulent will and testament of Abdul-Baha and Dr. C. Ainsworth Mitchell’s Report on the Writing Shown on the Photographs of the Alleged Will of Abdul-Baha. 1930.
Scholarship worthy of the name cannot be done without confronting the Bahai history to which Ruth White, Julie Chanler, and Mirza Ahmad Sohrab testify.
“We had the dark ages because the bigots of that era got control of Christ’s teachings and tortured all those who did not comply with their interpretation. Shoghi Effendi, and the National Spiritual Assembly of Baha’is, cannot in this day resort to physical torture to enforce their will, but they have resorted to mental torture by blackmailing with excommunication all those who do not comply with their inverted teachings” (100).