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The Baha’i administration claims there is no resident Baha’i population in Israel. The 650-700 Baha’is who can be found here at any given time are all volunteers who have come from some 85 countries to do service for periods ranging from a few months to a few years.

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  Many of the concepts and approaches of the Baha’is are admirable human qualities. But there are also some major problems and inconsistencies in the Baha’i Faith.

World control and domination

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From UHJ to NSA to SBC/RBC down to LSAs all are selections in the name of elections

A- UHJ Elections

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  The Baha’is believe that their administration is divine and the House of Justice is infallible. The Baha’is should submit themselves to the UHJ and let them decide what is good for them, as the Supreme Body is considered ‘Infallible’.

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  The Baha’i faith as it stands today faces a challenge of becoming irrelevant to the sayings of Baha’u’llah and Abdul Baha.

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  The purpose of the conference in Toronto which was held under chairmanship of Mr. Tavakoli and under the Guidance of Universal House of Justice failed to achieve any of its aim because the conference failed to reflect on very important issues prevailing in the Baha’i organization.

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  Dr. August Forel, a Swiss scientist and member of the Monist League (an association of scientific racists in Europe), wrote an article for “Star of the West” magazine in 1928, and it was also published in “Baha’i World” magazine. In this article Forel writes:

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To summarize the Guardian problem:

  1. The station of Guardian was decreed by the Last Will and Testament of Abdul Baha, a document which some have alleged to be a forgery.

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  The Baha’i Faith envisions a one-world government, complete with a universal language, worldwide currency, and a unified religion.

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  The regulation of divorce is another matter that vitally affects the relation of man and woman. The divorce law of Baha, as prescribed in the “Kitab-ul-Aqdas,” is a loose one.

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