Black Sleep!

The 100th anniversary of the passing of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in Bahrain


As the 100th anniversary of the passing of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá held in Bahrain, the drum of Baha’i organization, UHJ, sounded happy! It’s clear that the process of community building and pursuing government plans in different countries was their concern at the end of the twenty-year plan of the Universal House of Justice.

According to the Baha’i World News Service, Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa as the representative of Bahrain King, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa took part in the event and appreciated the Baha’is of Bahrain. He mentioned ‘Abdu’l-Bahá as an exemplar for the universal peace. Dr. Sharaf Al-Mezaal, Assistant Professor of the Bahrain University, pointed the occurrence of a peaceful coexistence in the country.

Badie Jaberi, the representative of the Baha’i community spoke about the efforts of the Baha’is of Bahrain to promote the social harmony.

Yes! The foundation of the Divine religions is uprightness. But what is the relationship among Baha’ism and Divine religions?! Religion is just a mask on the face of UHJ Organization due to follow its goal in the countries of Persian Gulf region. The presence of organizational beads such as Farzam Kamal Abadi in the list of Rotary and economic cooperation with Bahraini authorities is another confirmation on the government’s desire of UHJ.

Now, you have to ask, are the Bahraini government officials already aware of the implementation of the seven stages of Shoghi Effendi’s Plan in the country? Has ever Mr. Jaberi clarified the activity of Baha’is in order to formalize the Baha’i Faith in Bahrain society? Does the government of Bahrain know that the agreement of formalizing Baha’is is equal to the establishment of the Baha’is’ government right in the parallel line of itself? In this way, will the government of Bahrain ignore the Shiite rights, there? How do they promote the activity of an astray cult which was declared by all Muslim countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)? Now, it’s a contradiction! Although Mr. Jaberi believes that Shia is polytheist [2] based on the statement of Bahaullah, how could he confirm on the coexistence of all people in the 100th anniversary of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, in a country with majority Shia population?

If a religion should promote uprightness, Baha’ism makes clear its activity in the capillaries of the official government institutions of Bahrain. If not, this deceit confirms the second part of Abdul-Baha’s statement: “if religion causes enmity and causes war, it is better not to have atheism than religion.” [1]

It’s time to wake up this black sleep.


[1]. Abdul-Ḥamīd Ishrāq Khāwarī, Payām-i malakūt (Persian copy), p. 73.

[2]. Abdul-Ḥamīd Ishrāq Khāwarī, Maedeh Asemani (Persian copy) vol. 4, p.140 & 365.

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