How the British “rescued” ‘Abdu’l-Baha while murdering 8-10 million Iranians during WWI !!!

“As the two Indian cavalry brigades fighting under British General Edmund Allenby helped liberate Haifa from the Turkish-German forces, the British authorities heaved a sigh of relief. In a cable, General Allenby wrote, “Have today taken Palestine. Notify the world that Abdu’l Baha is safe.”

The spiritual leader of Bahai religion, a faith that began to emerge in the Ottomon empire in the 19th century, lived in Haifa, in present-day Israel. Alarmed by the growing popularity of Abdu’l Baha and his humanitarian and religious activities, the Turkish commander-in-chief threatened to crucify Abdu’l Baha on Mount Carmel in Haifa and destroy all the shrines of the Bahai faith as soon as the Ottomans won the war.

When the news of the death threat spread amongst the British community in Egypt and elsewhere in Europe, Major Tudor-Pole, an intelligence officer with the British army in Palestine and a follower of Abdu’l Baha, persuaded the military authorities to rescue the leader.”

The Iranian holocaust of 1917-19

The Great Famine & Genocide in Iran
1917-1919, 2nd Edition

“At least 8-10 million Iranians out of a population of 18-20 million died of starvation and disease during the famine of 1917-1919. The Iranian holocaust was the biggest calamity of World War I and one of the worst genocides of the 20th century, yet it remained concealed for nearly a century. The 2003 edition of this book relied primarily on US diplomatic records and memoirs of British officers who served in Iran in World War I, but in this edition these documents have been supplemented with US military records, British official sources, memoirs, diaries of notable Iranians, and a wide array of Iranian newspaper reports. In addition, the demographic data has been expanded to include newly discovered US State Department documents on Iran’s pre-1914 population. This book also includes a new chapter with a detailed military and political history of Iran in World War I. A work of enduring value, Majd provides a comprehensive account of Iran’s greatest calamity.”

Beyond his “knighting,” this evidence alone proves the allegation that Abbas Effendi was a stooge of the British empire and was an agent of their agenda before, during and after WWI. No amount of creative re-interpretation of the clear established facts by the likes of Sen McGlinn and others can make of this anything other than what it is.

Pity the Turks and Germans lost the First World War. 

No question. But the gall of these people to then paint themselves as innocent victims targeted without provocation for no reason (when in the face of overwhelming evidence proving the direct opposite and that they have indeed acted as pawns of European imperialists and their genocidal agendas in the Muslim world) is truly breathtaking.

The British engineered the death by starvation of 8-10 million innocent Iranians. This number exceeds anything claimed by the Jews regarding what happened to them during WWII at the hands of the Germans. Yet all of this was conveniently covered up for decades until Mohammad Gholi-Majd blew the lid off of it using US State Department archival documentation and British official sources to prove it. And to add insult to injury, we learn one of the primary purposes by the British to install the Pahlavi shahs was to instrumentalize the cover-up of this heinous, mind-boggling crime against the Iranian people! Yet not one word — not a single word! — is ever uttered about this by the Bahais either since their patriarch was busily being rescued by the British at exactly the same time that 8-10 million people in his native land were sent to their deaths by starvation!

courtesy : talk.religion.bahai

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