To All Bahais, I ve never got to know


by مآمور

Years ago, I watched a clip where a female student asks Rafsanjani, how would he describe himself? A Muslim-Iranian or An Iranian-Muslim??

His answer was as political as he could be, ' the order of words is not important! both statements will stay'

Regardless of who and what Rafsanjani and the female interviewer are, I find both question and answer a good way to describe the core values of mine in only two words!! whatever the order is !! However, these two words have no connections to each other, You can be Muslim but not Iranian or other way around it. In our little Iran, one would choose his/her religion, but Iranians don get to choose their nationalities and place of birth. While one of core value of any Iranian individual is his/her religion of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, bahaisim......nevertheless that very own religion has no meaning to the other core value of being an Iranian.

What is the description of being an Iranian?? No, this is not any more King Akbar's interview, this is my question for which I am not looking for an answer- if you like to answer it, Go Ahead. Perhaps, Iranians would describe themselves according to their own gender, ethnic back ground....and you name it but the religion carries no weight in being an Iranian.

few years ago, while visiting Iran, a friend and I went to watch soccer game between Persepolis and.....- can't remember the opposing squad!! dont care, I love Persepolis!!!- a 16-17 years old boy full of energy and stupidity told me ' Persepolis is the people's team of Iran who dont love Persepolis dont love Iran'

But seriously, there is some thing called common sens..................

You Know what?? I am not going to finish this blog!! A business math professor once told me ' if he knew how to describe the wind blowing in forest he could have got a couple of more degrees!!!'

No, this is not going to work!! I was thinking to write a blog develop a thesis which is to say the differences between us are not of the religious matters but rather the political situation in ME!!then support my thesis by making some comparison and example of other Iranian! but that could be interpreted as offensive, some thing that I am actually trying to avoid here!! yeah!! I dont know how wind blows in forest!!!

No,in this blog, I am trying to reach to Iranian-Bahais or Bahia-Iranians and tell them ;It is and must be their own choice of religion and believes. where I myself feel lost with my God how could I instruct religion to any body else??

I know nothing about religions or blowing wind, but I know 2+2=4 

Dear Iranian_Bahais or Bahais_Iranians

please use common sens!!


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by مآمور on

I call myself Iranian and that is it!!

I dont qualify to be a muslim!! it would be easy to call yourself Muslim but it is hard to be a Momen, which u need to be prior to call yourself a muslim!!

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by مآمور on

Yes sir, as I mentioned the supporting argument is missing. I was too carefull to not say any thing that would interpreted offensive!!

if you are bahai and know how wind blows in forest please finish my blog!!

I wear an Omega watch


دمو و آنگلو هر دو ۲ عزیز


 این خوارزمی که میگوید همان نیست که یک دبیرستان خصوصی در تهران داشت؟؟ آخوندها اسم همه چی را عوض کردن!!
بهائیها اسم من را گذاشته بودند ' بیان ' آخوندها آن را به ' مامور ' تغییر دادند!!
تشکر از هر دو

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by amigo19 on

I would ask you the same question, I suppose you live abroad, or maybe I am wrong as you are mamoor. would you call yoursel an Iranian Muslim, or a Muslim Iranian? 


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by Demo on

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How do you know that 2 + 2 = 4? If there was no creator to make the wind blow & to wire our brains in such a way that we believe 2 plus 2 is 4 till eternity, then perhaps millions of years ago 2 was not 2 and it was let's say -200000 and later 'evolved' to be 2? And maybe millions of years from now it will 'evolve' to +200000! That is no 'common sense!' Or is it?

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"Lo! those who believe (in this revelation), and those who are jews, and the sabaeans and the christians and the magians and the idolaters - lo! GOD will judge among them (and nobody else!) on the day of resurrection. lo! GOD is witness over all things." (Quran 22:17)



Iranian_Bahais or Bahais_Iranians

by amirkabear4u on

Yes no matter whichever, they are more Iranian than everyone else.

The problem here is all the other groups have the same feeling. Only wished we could get the orthodax muslims to agree to join in (if only they could agree Persia did exist before islam). haha

But then no one is perfect including bahais.


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