20 October 2013 - 19:32
Baha’i family converts to Islam

TEHRAN, Oct. 20 (MNA) – A Baha’i family has converted to Islam by attending the Friday prayer Imam in a northern city.

Mehr News quoted Abna News Agency’s report that a 3-member Baha’i family attended Ayatollah Moallemi’s office in Qaem Shahr and converted to Islam.

During the event, Mazandaran Province representative to the Assembly of Experts, delivered a sermon and congratulated the family, and presented them with volumes of Quran and prayer books.

Baha’ism is a fabricated sect which was supported by the British influence in Qajar Iran in 19th century with the objective to create a deviation inside Islam, now has centered itself in Israel.

Baha'i leader and the British official

Amir Kabir, the chief minister in Qajar era, and who was popular among Iranians, knew well the British support for Baha’ism in Iran and did his best to limit the scope of activity of the strayed faith.


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