“The third principle of his highness Bahaullah is that religion must be the source of fellowship. It must cause links among humanity. It must be a blessing of the Lord and if religion is a cause of enmity and a cause of war, its absence is better, and a lack of religion is better than religion. Rather, it must be the opposite. Religion must be a cause of fellowship and a cause of relations between the masses of humanity.”
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to meet and discuss with Muslim scholars about the Baha’i Faith and to benefit from their views about it. At the same time, I have met many people, who harbour doubts about the Faith and its connection with Islam. Are Baha’is Muslims? Is it permissible to marry a Baha’i? What are their beliefs?
The concept of world peace is one net which the Baha’is cast far and wide to enmesh simple people. If recent evidences are to be taken into account, the followers of this dubious faith are very much active in war-torn countries like Yemen where they are unabashedly trying to increase their numbers by selling a […]
The Quranic discussions about Prophets are always accompanied by the talks of their Miracles. For example when the Quran talks about Prophet Moses (pbuh) it also talks about his staff which transformed into a snake and devoured the serpents let loose by the Pharaoh’s sorcerers. The magicians in Pharaoh’ court were completely overwhelmed by the […]
Recent developments in India regarding the Baha’i Faith may come as an eye-opener for many. For long, I have maintained that the Baha’i Faith is nothing but a front for Zionist activities, directed against Muslims. Ordinary Baha’is and the populace at large may not be aware of the happenings behind the Faith. For them the […]