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  The Baha’i Faith proudly states that it has no priesthood, yet Auxiliary Board Members, Counselors of Continental Boards, individual travel-teaching “stars” and other influential individuals have, to a large extent, either been given or have taken on priest-like duties.

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   Kalimat Press is a small Baha’i owned book publishing company that was recently at the center of a huge controversy, one that shocked me and apparently was the primary reason for Dann May and his wife Phyllis Bernard to leave the Baha’i Faith.

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19 days month in Baha’i Faith is totally unscientific and absurd.

  And then to make a year of 365 days they have made a stupid adjustment of 4 days- also called as intercalary days. Why this adjustment is done?

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* No women are included in the 9-member Universal House of Justice (UHJ) with the sole exception of the widow of Shoghi Effendi.

Why only this lady is included? Is she not a normal woman!

* The shroud to be given by the eldest male child. Women are disallowed.

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19 days month in Baha’i Faith is totally unscientific and absurd.

  And then to make a year of 365 days they have made a stupid adjustment of 4 days- also called as intercalary days. Why this adjustment is done?

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The petition written by Baha’is and signed by prominent Indians can be found here

http://www.bahai.in/news/national-news-of-the-bahais-of-india/petition-t...

 

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  Connection and interaction of Baha’ism with arrogant powers since its very genesis is among the important and exemplary chapters of the history of this sect whose news has been published by non-Baha’i sources while its evidence and effects can also be seen and observed amidst the pages of texts

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Here’s one of the Haifan Baha’i counselors speaking about the UHJ:

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  Baha’u'llah says: “Protect yourselves with utmost vigilance, lest you be entrapped in the snare of deception and fraud.” This is the advice of the Pen of Destiny.” Therefore, to avoid these people will be the nearest path by which to attain the divine good pleasure; because their breath is infe

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Ollowing 15 -day jail terms handed down to two Baha’is in Tashkent, one of the two, Timur Chekparbayev, who was subsequently expelled from Uzbekistan. The authorities accused the two of missionary activity and proselytism, following a police raid on a meeting for teenage Children.

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