How are we going to destroy Iran?

by Tahirih

There are so many rumors about how Bahai's feel about Iran. The latest that I saw was the video clip about conspiracy of Jews and Bahais to take over Iran and destroy it. I found this video and lets see how Bahais feel about Iran. Lets see what kind of filthy plan they have!?


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Tahirih, thank you. I wish I

by Tahereh (not verified) on

Tahirih, thank you. I wish I could say more, but I can't. This brought tears to my eyes, I could barely sit through the whole thing. Thank you for putting this out there for others to see.


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by Zeynab on

As Mr Asgar massoumbeigi  said , we are all Iranians, and nothing can change it.





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by Amir Nasiri (not verified) on

To you my Dear Iranian Compatriot:
It's about time
by Asghar_Massombagi on Fri Jul 04, 2008 11:23 AM CDT

Are we (Shia Iranians like I) ready to do the same? We are all Baha’is. We are all Jews. We are all Armenians. We are all Zartoshtis. We are all Sunnis. We are all Assyrians. We are all fill-in-the-blank. Are you ready to say it?

I am ready to say that and will continue to say that. I don't care and will never care about your ethnicity or religion. I always ask what have you done for Iran? Don't ever ask what Iran has done for you? (JFK slogan for its people)

We are the children and sons and daughters of our mother land Iran.

The ruling governmnet of Iran is non-Iranian and has destroyed and contributed to the destruction.

When I saw the gentlemen crying I felt the same way. My heart is full of love for Iran. My head is filled with images and stories about Iran. My mouth is filled with all the atstes about Iran. My nose is filled with all the smeels about Iran.

I am an Iranian and I always will be

Amir Nasiri


Right on Asghar...

by 11101932 (not verified) on

Shias like you give Iran and Iranians a chance to live in harmony with one another. Thanks for your excellent comment. Yes, it is time that we all learn and love to live together as enlightened Iranians. A huge step toward that goal is in marginalizing those religious leaders/people who keep the flame of separation and hatred burning.


It's about time

by Asghar_Massombagi on

The question of Baha’is is a taboo for shia Iranians, and let's face it this is a question for Shia Iranians both believers and secular ones.  First thing, we need to depoliticize the Baha’i question.  As even Montazeri recognized in his brave decree, the Baha’is like all other people in Iran have rights as citizens of Iran.  We do not live in the Middle Ages any longer and are not subject to draconian sectarian rules.  Concepts such as "najes" (unclean) that have been revived under the IRI and applied to a whole host of religious minorities and other "undesirables" belong to the dust bin of history.  Also, regardless of the origins of the Baha’i faith (and there is much distortion for and against) it should not affect our perception of a member of this faith.  This is no different than the Serbs calling their fellow Slavs in Bosnia Turks, and subjecting them to crimes against humanity because they happen to be Muslims and "foreigners" in their view.  It's about time we disposed of mean spirited superstitions about the Baha'is and stopped demonizing them; nonsense like baha'is use their women to convert Muslem men which I remember from my childhood.  "We are all German Jews", was one of the most profound slogans  chanted by the French students during the May '68 demonstrations.  Are we (Shia Iranians like I) ready to do the same?  We are all Baha’is. We are all Jews.  We are all Armenians.  We are all Zartoshtis.  We are all Sunnis. We are all Assyrians.  We are all fill-in-the-blank.  Are you ready to say it?


No matter what the religion

by Anonypishi (not verified) on

No matter what the religion is, people sure can get preachy about it. Sorry but the individualism is lost. So am I going to get deleted again?


A Bahai's Faith..

by faryarm on



O people of Persia !

by faryarm on

"O people of Persia! Look into those blossoming pages that tell of another day, a time long past. Read them and wonder; see the great sight. Írán in that day was as the heart of the world; she was the bright torch flaming in the assemblage of mankind. Her power and glory shone out like the morning above the world’s horizons,  and the splendor of her learning cast its rays over East and West. Word of the widespread empire of those who wore her crown reached even to the dwellers in the arctic circle, and the fame of the awesome presence of her King of Kings humbled the rulers of Greece and Rome. The greatest of the world’s philosophers marveled at the wisdom of her government, and her political system became the model for all the kings of the four continents then known. She was distinguished among all peoples for the scope of her dominion, she was honored by all for her praiseworthy culture and civilization. She was as the pivot of the world, she was the source and center of sciences and arts, the wellspring of great inventions and discoveries, the rich mine of human virtues and perfections. The intellect, the wisdom of the individual members of this excellent nation dazzled the minds of other peoples, the brilliance and perceptive genius that characterized all this noble race aroused the envy of the whole world" 

Read on... 

from: Secret of Divine Civilisation, 1875 By Abdul Baha. 



Hamash zire sare Englestaneh

by Ali reza (not verified) on

When I was searching the internet,I read that People in Iran beleive that Bahai religion was a British invention and it was made up to stand against Islam.The other reason for Jewish-Bahai conspiracy theory is that Bahollah grave is located in Israel,bt his followers beleive the reson is behind his burial in Israel is that he was imprisioned there. Even the name Bahaolah look like a derivative from word the Allah in Islam.Peace on Earth:)

ebi amirhosseini

Dear Tahirih,

by ebi amirhosseini on

I can't remember,it was you or Irandokht who wrote the blog " Am I Iranian !?, there in a comment to answer a bigot guy,I said 'If you knew how much Iran is respected in their religion...".

Please write here about how much Iran means to you Bahais,especially quotes from Bahaullah & Abdulbaha about Takh-e-jamshid & Iran.

best wishes

Babak Khorramdin

they are peacful people, and

by Babak Khorramdin on

They are peacful people, and too bad they have to be oppressed by Mad Evil Mullahs.Shame on IRI.



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There is nothing destructive about Bhaism

by Niloufar Parsi on

All the Bhais I have met love Iran, be they Iranians or foreigners. They adore everything about Iran and are very respectful to the Iranians they meet despite all the hate they have experienced from some paranoid Iranians.

This tells me that they have good hearts and a sound outlook on life. As for their religion, it is centuries ahead of others. We have a lot to learn from them.