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"Sir" Abbas Effendi being knighted on April 20, 1920, in the presence  Of the British High Commissioner for Palestine Sir Herbert   Samuel:                                                                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki

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  Amongst the many doctrines adopted by the Baha’is to attract converts to their fold is the concept of "Advancing the Status of Women". Baha’is are often found to shout themselves hoarse over this concept as if they were the first to put forth the concept of equality of men and women.

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  “Baha’is in My Backyard” is a documentary film that lifts the curtain on a seemingly "feel good" religion and its involvement in world politics and the military.

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  The Baha’is present the personality of Bahaullah in a uniquely flexible manner. Depending upon the faith of the person who is addressed, Bahaullah could be either a prophet, or the promised messiah, or even God Almighty. ...

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  Recent developments in India regarding the Baha’i Faith may come as an eye-opener for many. For long, I have maintained that the Baha’i Faith is nothing but a front for Zionist activities, directed against Muslims.

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The Baha’i Faith has introduced the idea of having an auxiliary language.

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Wilmette Baha’i Organization Threatens Minority Baha’is through Court Action.

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  The theory of the Manifestation of God - a strange theory quite alien to the Islamic world was concocted by the Bab and refined and supported by Bahaullah. According to this theory, the Divine Being would continue to manifest Himself in the form of religious preachers time and again.

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  (Professor of History at the University of Michigan) Originally published in The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 37, No. 2 (June 1998): 234-248. Despite the large literature on American religious bodies, some groups remain curiously off-limits to careful investigation.

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