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July 5, 2013

Bahai memorial service raided in Tenakbon

Azadi Qalam, July 5, 2013

Yesterday, security forces in Tenakbon raided a Bahai meeting marking one year since the death of Mrs Layli Sobhani ( لیلی سبحانی ), disrupting the ceremony and insulting those present. Seven to eight security officers entered the home where lunch was being served for about 80 people and alarmed those present with loud shouting, such as “You members of the deviant Bahai cult … you really have no right to meet, you have no right to protest, you don’t even have a right to have a picnic.” Nobody was arrested: the raid appeared to be aimed only at spoiling the day.

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  1. Saying prayers for their protection.

    Comment by Susan B. — July 5, 2013 @ 23:08 | Reply

  2. Maybe we should pray for the security forces and those that commanded the raid.
    They will surely need it.

    Comment by Camán — July 8, 2013 @ 11:17 | Reply

  3. The purpose of religion is to advance both the individual and society to much greater spiritual heights , Baha’u’llah taught us this and gave the Baha’is and all mankind the knowledge to achieve this, to the people who speak bad of Bahai religion , please study the writings of very carefully , then you will most certainly come to know that the Baha’i religion is an Ocean of treasure that can not be stopped , not even by a firing squad of 200 men or by all the armies on the planet . I’m not a skilled writer but skilled in my heart to know the ocean of Love that Baha’u’llah had for God and Humanity and for all life. all praise to God .

    Comment by John Erland Campbell — August 22, 2013 @ 23:59 | Reply

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