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Old 10-02-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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Baha'i prophet hates black people

Human Equality in the Bahai Faith
AZADEH HAIATI, OCTOBER 2008
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According to Baha’i proponents "the unity of humanity transcending all divisions of race, nation, gender, caste and social class, while celebrating human diversity" [1] is one the most important and central teachings of the Baha’i Faith. Busy presenting sweet words as such, Baha’i advocates neglect the fact that their ideal propaganda is totally incompatible with and even opposite to the sayings of the founders of Baha’ism, and that they are merely spreading their own illusions under the name of "the superior and divine message of The Bahai Faith."

Read: Caste System in The Bahai Faith

To prove my claims, let us look into some of these sayings and you may judge for yourselves.

Blacks of Africa- Cows in the Shape of Human Beings
Did you know that some of your friends are in fact cows walking around in the shape of human beings?!

If you would meet someone who would claim this and at the same time claim that he is an infallible prophet of God and that: "In origin and intention of creation mankind is one."[2], how would you consider his credibility and character?

That person is the infallible Abdul Baha saying:

"For instance, you see the blacks in Africa who are in fact cows that God has created in the shape of human beings, and then you see the blacks of America, who are smart, civilized and cultured. Visiting schools and assemblies of blacks in Washington, during this trip, and having extensive discussions, they could understand my points like the smart Europeans." [3]

Reading this, I wonder what the blacks of Africa think about the reality of their creation and the fact that according to Abdul Baha’s divine teachings, blacks of Africa are not to be considered human beings but "cows that God has created in the shape of human beings".

I must mention though that Abdul Baha in the same passage refutes and contradicts himself by stating: "Human kinds without training and education is spoiled...and what else causes their (Blacks of America and blacks of Africa) differences- one being deeply ignorant and the other one being civilized- except for training..."[4]

Correct me if I am mistaken, but is the infallible Abdul Baha implying here that cows through "training and education" will turn into human beings?!

Abdul Baha Treats Turks with Ridicule; Turks Are Not Worth Serious Replies!
Now that we have learned what Africans in essence are, let us, through Abdul Baha’s unifying and unprejudiced teachings, learn how Turks should be treated in order to achieve understanding, respect and unity for all mankind.

Fazil Mazandarani quotes Abdul Baha in "A glossary of Baha'i terms":
When King Jamal reached Akka he asked to see me. Riding on a donkey I headed for his house. As soon as he saw me, he warmly greeted me and offered me a seat beside himself. Without any introduction he said: ‘You are a corrupter of religion, that’s why the Iranian government exiled you here.’... I thought to myself: ‘This is a Turk so the reply for him should be ridicules and silencing.’ [5]

In the same book we are advised us to:

"Keep away from Turks and leave them alone even if he is your father! Because if he loves you he will eat you and if he hates you, he will kill you." [6]

City-dwellers Worth Gold, Village-dwellers Worth Silver!
Yet another holy teaching that directs humanity towards equality is the one about dowry. According to Baha’i teachings no marriage may be contracted without payment of a dowry; however the dowry fixed for a city-dweller differs from that of a village-dweller. The dowry for city-dwellers has been fixed at nineteen mithghals (2.22 troy ounces) of pure gold, and for village-dwellers at the same amount though in silver. [7]

Now, why is there such a huge difference in the fixed dowry? One might argue that city-dwellers are wealthier than village-dwellers thus the huge difference in the fixed dowry. However this is a huge generalization and an ignorant stereotype of village dwellers.

If the objective of such a directive is to consider the bridegroom’s financial capabilities, the location of his permanent residence should be insignificant, since there are village-dwellers wealthier than city dwellers and poor city dwellers are really not uncommon.

The important question thus is whether the Baha’i teachings regard city-dwellers as superior to village-dwellers? Or maybe village-dwellers are not worth gold? Are village-dwellers considered inferior? Why then the huge difference?

Those Opposing Bahaullah’s Message Are Bastards and Animals
The glorious founder of the Baha’i Faith, whose goal in life is to unite humanity and encourage global respect and understanding says:

"Who so ever doesn’t regard the Baha’i teachings and regulations as the ultimate truth, should ask his mother about the truth of his origin* and cannot be considered as his father’s right and legal son." [8]

"Those souls who oppose Kitab-i-Badi’s orders are deprived of names and characters, and God regards them as animals and with such (animals) will they be joined and assembled." [9]

"Today who so ever merely addresses my rejecters as "human beings" will be totally deprived of God’s mercy, let alone those who try to prove such souls’ worth or grant them status." [10]

Dear readers! Allow me to summarize the Baha’i concept of human equality:
‘Keep away from Turks and leave them alone even if he is your father,’ however if you can’t get rid of them, keep in mind that ‘the reply for Turks should be ridicules and silencing’. Further, know that Blacks of Africa are ‘cows that God has created in the shape of human beings’ but the blacks of America are trained and can actually ‘understand your points like the smart Europeans’, isn’t that just amazing?! Blacks of America are able to understand matters just like the "smart Europeans"?!

Concerning those who ‘don’t regard the Baha’i teachings and regulations as the ultimate truth.’- know that they are illegitimately born and thus ‘should ask their mothers about the truth of their origin and cannot be considered as their fathers’ right and legal sons.’ And do not even call them "human beings" because if you do so, you will ‘be totally deprived of God’s mercy’ since ‘God regards them as animals and with such (animals) will they be joined and assembled’!

This is the human equality and respect taught by the glorious teachings of the Baha’i Faith.

Although Baha’i proponents try to present Bahaism as a pacifist and peaceful religion that emphasizes on "the unity of humanity", a glance at Bahaism’s original teachings reveals the opposite. The enormous amounts of inconsistencies and contradictions found in the writings and speeches of its founders reveals their evil and corrupt mindset, and exposes Baha’ism’s sole objective; to deceive and misguide the Muslim community and destroy the pure and perfect message of Islam.

يَا أَيُّهَا النَّاسُ إِنَّا خَلَقْنَاكُمْ مِنْ ذَكَرٍ وَأُنثَى وَجَعَلْنَاكُمْ شُعُوبًا وَقَبَائِلَ لِتَعَارَفُوا إِنَّ أَكْرَمَكُمْ عِنْدَ اللَّهِ أَتْقَاكُمْ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَلِيمٌ خَبِيرٌ

O Mankind! Behold, We have created you all out of a male and a female, and have made you into nations and tribes, so that you might come to know one another. Verily, the noblest of you in the sight of God is the one who is most deeply conscious of Him. Behold, God is all-knowing, all-aware."
(Ref: The Holy Quran 49:13)
 
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:35 PM   #2
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That quote did not come from Abdul-Baha, and Abdul-Baha is not considered a prophet.

"All prejudices are against the will and plan of God. Consider, for instance, racial distinction and enmity. All humanity are the children of God; they belong to the same family, to the same original race."~Abdul-Baha
 
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