Fun Facts About Bahais: Baha'u'llah suffered from Dwarfism & Brother was a Killer & Drug Smuggler

Fun Facts About Bahais: Baha'u'llah suffered from Dwarfism & Brother was a Killer & Drug Smuggler
by kuroshmazandrani

Baha'u'llah and his son (pictured top right) suffered from Dwarfism.

Baha'u'llah's brother (pictured top left) was bascially the Osama Bin Laden of his day, having murdered many people and known as a drug smuggler.  

And then there is Abdul-Baha's contacts with British Intelligence (pictured bottom).



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Purpose of this blog

by rbnfl on

I honestly fail to understand the purpose of this blog.  I sense a lot of hatred within the author.  Wouldn't it be more constructive to have a mature dialogue?

Dr. Mohandes


by Dr. Mohandes on

man, i love your prompt and efficient customer service. yes sir, i can work with that indeed:)) is there anywhere i can rate it and give you some big fact rating or something your prophetness?

 I will have meatloaf please with the side of Fesenjoon.

window seats are fine. She would want to go back as Elizabeth Taylor. Money is no object:))

I guess we will to just hold off on the sexual integration/union then ha?:) no problemo.


Dr. Mohandes you've been elevated to be the President

by kuroshmazandrani on

Dr. Mohandes jan,  you've been elevated to be the President of the NEW Universal House of Justice.  You can decide who can join our new world police force and how we spend the money we take in from the UK government in "grants" (wink wink wink).

1.  seating arrangements for heaven:  Your choice of window or aisle seat.  Dinner is Meatloaf or chicken.  (Peanuts and 7up are complimentary.)

2.  raincheck for reincarnation:  No problem.  Just let me know in advance if you want to come back as Elvis or Michael Jackson (they're both in demand).  

3.  Love-making nights:  That's only Tuesdays or Thursdays (Saturdays I have yoga classes and heal children of cancer).  

Sincerely yours,

Wop-Bop-a-Lu-Bop-a'u'llah, prophet of the New Bahai Church 


P.S. Make sure to watch the video on Captive Lions Fed Live Donkey in Public VIew.  We will be very anti-Donkey and very pro-Lion in the new Church.  


Dr. Mohandes

New prophet joon

by Dr. Mohandes on

Can i send you my aks-deductible contributions to you as well?

I also have some questions:

Will you give us seating arrangements in heaven? Any seat numbers? I mean how are we gonna know what to do when we get there?

Can we get a rain check on the reincarni thingy? my wife is having a hard time making up her mind.

I can't make it on neither one of those days. could we do ours on even days or on saturday, right after we are done with our shopping?

Thanks dude. Rock on man.



Our New Theme Song ... G-d loves you

by kuroshmazandrani on

From now on  the name "Baha'u'llah" is null and void.  I am the NEW Messiah and the name I choose for myself (in maintaining with Bahai tradition) is Wop-Bop-a-Lu-Bop-a'u'llah.  Enjoy our new theme song.   We take checks and credit cards.   Beards are optional, and unlike the old faith you are welcome to recruit members from Israel.  

Shalom children, shalom .... 



The Messiah has been called "Fred" and "Wahid" this morning ...

by kuroshmazandrani on

I'm not either of them.  I am the NEW Messiah (I don't have any issues revealing my identity, but the Bahai Internet Agency and Israelis here will have to do the same).  Talk amongst yourselves and see if it is a fair bargain.   

Fred and Wahid (whomever they are) are welcome to comment here - unlike the OLD Bahai church; my newer religion  does not censor.  

All new members will get a bonus pass for a friend that will allow them entry into heaven (or reincarnation - their choice).  

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, members of the faith can also make love to me (free of charge).  

The new-&-improved seventeen (17) commandments will be posted soon.  (We even have a theme song!)  

Followers, you will never have to wonder if the photos of Abdul-Baha and the British Minister of Intelligence are significant because we have a NEW  religion.  I will let you know where to send your tax-deductible contributions later.  

Each time you shower, just imagine it's me blessing you with holy water.

Peace & Love,

The Messiah 


Anonymous Observer

Wahid, instead of posting this repetitive nonsense

by Anonymous Observer on

under various usernames, why don't you visit the thread on Evin prison and leave some thoughts there...any thought.  That's where you should be putting your keyboard and your photoshop talents to use.


But admit Abdul Baha had a body-hair problem; I'm clean shaven

by kuroshmazandrani on

"Abdul Baha was a great IRANIAN who Cared by Azarbanoo on 


 Who do you think would win in a Kung Fu fight?  Abdul Baha or Jesus?


Abdul Baha was a great IRANIAN who Cared

by Azarbanoo on

About IRAN & IRANIANS.  His Doctorine /manifesto frees Iranians from Islam & Akhoonds' barbariate and ignorance which have been instilled in us  for more than 1400 years.  Lucky are Bahais who recogenized and converted to bahaiesm.  As Iranians I would advise Iranians who got to knw Islam of akhoondism in last 33 years to convert to the Bahai or Zorasterianism to save your soul and Persian culture  as well.


Shouldn't the Universal House of Justice be in the UK then?

by kuroshmazandrani on

"by faryarm on Dear Friends, Please read and see for yourself how some misguided people try to poison minds with lies and distortion. The following link gives some background to Why Abdul Baha is pictured in front of a table clad with The British flag."-----------------------------------------------     Faryarm jan, oh puuuuuuuuuhlease join my NEW Universal House of Justice.  It is so equal-minded that as your new Messiah I will allow ladies to grow beards (or shave).  All new members get a foot massage from me (no charge and you get a complimentary key chain and gift certificate to Starbucks).  Baha'u'llah claimed that "Jesus" had returned "in My Person," and I'm saying the same.         And this is what 'Abdu'l-Baha had to say about native Africans: 

"The inhabitants of a country life Africa are all as wandering savages 
and wild animals. They lack intelligence and knowledge; all are 
uncivilized; not one civilized and a wise man is not to be found among 
them. These are the proofs of the wise men. The prophets also 
acknowledge this opinion, towit: That education hath a great effect 
upon the human race, but they declare that minds and comprehensions 
are originally different. And this matter is self-evident; it cannot 
be refuted. We see that certain children of the same age, nativity and 
race, nay, from the same household, under the tutorship of one 
teacher, differ in their minds and conprehensions. One advanceth 
rapidly, another is slow in catching the rays of culture, still 
another remaineth in the lowest degree of stupidity. No matter how 
much the shell is educated (or polished), it can never become a 
radiant pearl. The black stone will not become the world-illumined 
gem." (Tablets of 'Abdu'l-Baha p.567 vv.3-4)


FACTS: Abdul-Baha and the British

by faryarm on

Dear Friends,

Please read and see for yourself how some misguided people try to poison minds with lies and distortion. The following link gives some background to Why Abdul Baha is pictured in front of a table clad with The British flag.


Abdu’l-Baha’s knighthood has never been a matter of importance to Bahais themselves, who have many much weightier reasons to admire and follow Abdu’l-Baha as the successor to his father, Baha’u’llah, as the authorised interpreter of the Bahai scripture and teachings, as the Centre of the Covenant that unites Bahais across the world, and as the best exemplar of the Bahai life. However the photograph of Abdu’l-Baha, seated at the ceremony to confer on him the honour of Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, is one of the stock images on Iranian and Islamic anti-Bahai sites that seek to present the Bahai Faith as a Western invention, foreign to the Middle East. These anti-Bahai sites have also presented quite scandalous speculations about the reasons for the British award, such as Abdu’l-Baha spying for the British during the period of Ottoman rule, or supplying the British army during the war. So it will be useful to have a blog page that gathers documented evidence of Abdu’l-Baha’s activities before and during the British Mandate in Palestine, and the circumstances of his knighthood. What I have is incomplete: feel free to use the comments section to add more. I have selected what appear to me the more illuminating documents published in Moojan Momen’s The Babi and Bahai Religions: Some Contemporary Western Accounts, beginning on page 332, and supplemented these from other sources. To avoid a metres-long page, in some case I have put references and brief summaries on this page, with links to the full documents and their sources in the comments section. 

A little history

Abdu’l-Baha returned to Palestine from his European journeys eight months before the outbreak of World War I. In that war, the Ottoman Empire which ruled Palestine was allied with theCentral Powers, against the United Kingdom, France and Russia and their ‘associate,’ the United States.

Abdu’l-Baha remained in Palestine throughout the war. For the first few months, he and the Bahais retired to the Druze village of Abu-Sinan, but as the severe famine remembered as the Safar Barlik struck Palestine, due to maladministration, the disruption caused by the war, Ottoman requisitions, and a plague of locusts, Abdu’l-Baha returned to Haifa to organise the distribution of food and supplies. Haifa was central, since it had both a port and a railway, which connected to the Hijaz-Palestine railway."

Meeting the need

In the Hidden Words, Baha’u’llah writes: “The best of men are they that earn a livelihood by their calling and spend upon themselves and upon their kindred …” And in his Will he writes, “It is enjoined upon everyone to manifest love towards the Aghsan [Baha’u’llah’s sons], but God hath not granted them any right to the property of others. His sons therefore were expected to earn their own livings. Zia Bagdadi reports a talk in which Abdu’l-Baha says that he is able to weave a mat, and I have heard from other sources that Abdu’l-Baha learned to be a mat weaver in his youth. That would have been a handicraft that could be done in prison, to earn a little income. As the conditions of detention were eased, Abdu’l-Baha established himself as a significant businessman in the area. By 1911 and 1912, he was able to pay all the expenses for himself and his entourage during their travels to Europe and North America.

Some of Abdu’l-Baha’s business activities leading up to, and during, the First World War have been described by Iraj Poostchi, in ‘Adasiyyah: A Study in Agriculture and Rural Development’ (Baha’i Studies Review 16 (2010), pp. 61–105). Adasiyyah was just one of Abdu’l-Baha’s ventures (there were also farms at Samrah, Nuqayb and Nogaile, and perhaps others I have not heard about). Thanks to Poostchi’s research, the Adasiyyah estate gives us a picture of Abdu’l-Baha’s vigour and persistence in business. Briefly, sometime in 1901, Abdu’l-Baha purchased about 2200 acres of land at Adasiyyah, on the Jordan river, for 400 Turkish lira. Soon after, he gave 1/24th of the land to the family from whom he purchased it, 3/24ths to his brother Mirza Muhammad ‘Ali (despite the latter making false accusations against him to the Ottoman authorities), and 1/24th to the Mufti of Akka, leaving Abdu’l-Baha with about 1704 acres.

The land at that time was scrubland. A first attempt to grow wheat and barley was unsuccessful, due to lawlessness in the area, and ‘Abdu’l-Baha then leased the land for two years to a wealthy Christian merchant, on condition that he would build a house, stables and animal sheds in lieu of one year’s rental, and would prepare the ground. He too failed, due to the theft of his produce. In 1907 Abdu’l-Baha arranged for a number of Bahai farmers, mostly those of Zoroastrian background from the village of Mahdiyabad, to come to Palestine, and in the following years increasing numbers moved to Adasiyyah. The influx continued until 1916. Most of the land was farmed by individual families in a sharecropping arrangement. The farmers had security of tenure, and if they wished to give up the land, could ask for a payment for the incoming sharecropper. These provisions gave them an incentive to improve the land and facilities. The share croppers were responsible for seed, water, manure and labour for their plots. They were advised but not required to pay their labourers a portion of their profits. Before the war they paid 1/3rd of their harvest to Abdu’l-Baha, and after the war 1/5th (the norm at that time was a 50/50 division). This would be paid in cash or in grain, which would be shipped to Haifa, some of it for distribution to the poor.

Abdu’l-Baha took a close interest in the farming and in the little community. He advised the farmers to plant a type of eucalyptus that produces quinine in its bark, to drain a marsh, combat malaria, cool the climate and ultimately for construction timber. The Baha’i farmers also built a small stone dam in the Yarmouk river, which provided water for both the Bahai and non-Bahai farms in the area through an irrigation ditch that eventually extended over a kilometre. In addition to wheat and barley (usually on the unirrigated land), they grew chickpeas, lentils, broad beans, tomatoes bananas, citrus fruits, pomegranate, apples, pears and other fruit, vetch and sweet corn, as well as raising cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, and pigeons. Crop rotation was practiced. ‘Abdu’l-Baha encouraged the farmers to diversify to fruit production, and suggested that they grow large yellow lemons and sesame seeds, which fetched much higher prices than other farm products. He introduced bananas by bringing a number of shoots (suckers) from India, which also proved lucrative. He also encouraged them to engage in crafts and small rural industries, and to expand their sales to markets further away.

In July 1917, with the First World War raging and rainfall was also poor, Abdu’l-Baha arrived in Adasiyyah and told the Bahais that he needed wheat for Haifa and Akka. The Bahai farmers offered Abdu’l-Baha all they had, and Abdu’l-Baha also bought all the wheat available in the area, using 200 camels to ship it to Haifa and ‘Akka, carrying 400 sacks on each trip. According to Iraj Poostchi’s informants, when the caravan arrived at Haifa, the British had already taken the city. This is plausible: if Abdu’l-Baha intended to feed the population, there would have been little point in sending the food while the Ottoman forces were in control, since they would have requisitioned the supplies for their soldiers. So it was that hundreds of the poor there benefited from the wheat distributed by ‘Abdu’l-Baha on this dramatic occasion. However this distribution was not a unique event: as noted above the share farmers would sometimes pay their rents in grain, and Abdu’l-Baha distributed some at least of this in small amounts to individual households, and stored some at the Khan Al-Umdan and Khan Al-Shavardeh in Akka. HM Balyuzi describes how the wheat was given to a lady named Sakinih Sultan, and quotes a letter sent to on July 26th 1918, and a list for the distribution of a shipment of wheat:


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Shalom Mousa jan ... maybe you can help me

by kuroshmazandrani on

Ahmadinejad was one of the tribe:


Maybe together we can work to lift the unfair restrictions on the Bahai faith recruiting members in Israel. 

Can you be my contact in Tel Aviv for that purpose?  Let's work together.


Baha'u'llah was in favor of the 5th Fleet

by kuroshmazandrani on

... whatever his handlers wanted, Baha'u'llah (or "Bobby Big Beard" as we called him in elementary school) was willing to do.  

Come on!  You can't expect the poor man to have made a living off of opium smuggling and midget tossing alone?   That's not fair.

If you follow my NEW Universal House of Justice, you will get all the pancakes you can't eat in the after-life. 


shalom mr ahmadinejad's mamoor jan :)

by mousa67 on

i thought you claimed you had a "day job" and that's why you had to run away from mr fred's blog this morning. now we know what your "day job " is my feisty london residing cyber warrier. LOL.

did you shia cyber warriers who are even frightened of sticking to a single anonymos ID on internet had the pathetic dreams of "managing the world"? at least your sunni brothers had the balls to stand and fight in the real world unlike you and your ilk taking refuge in the west at the first sign of US 5th fleet proudly sailing through the straits of hormouz!

truely pathetic you and your ilk are. truely pathetic.


Baha'u'llah cured my erectile disfunction

by kuroshmazandrani on

... every time I look at that soft fuzzy beard, the little general salutes.


Abdul Baha's Persian Intelligence...

by faryarm on

I will not dignify the horrible comments about Baha'u'llah and family ..   However the picture of Abdul Baha, is the occasion when the Victors of the First World War and new governors in Palestine, praised and recognised Abdul Baha's Vision and foresight years before the War for making the community to grow and store wheat in anticipation of the terrible famine that follows as a result of War.    Abdul- Baha's actions saved the lives of thousands of local people, and for that He was recognised.   However the ignorant enemies of Bahais , whose identity and motivation for such attack is by now so abundantly clear can find no better way to demonstarte their absolute weakeness and bankruptcy.    


Albaloo Polo ... you're delicious

by kuroshmazandrani on

But censorship is typical of the teaching of Bahaism, and that particular comment shows it clearly.  It also shows that the followers have indeed been flagging comments on various internet sites.  

+1  For me (the New Messiah).   

The followers are also chicken and will run from addressing facts.  

Albaloo Polo, you're still delicious.   


What this blogger is stating

by Albaloo on

What this blogger is stating may have no truth in it. It is then up to us to prove him wrong. Flagging and deleting would not help and would not solve the problem. 


Anahid, nothing is sacred ! Right ?

by Albaloo on

On this site there are all sort of blogs ..  so what?



Shalom Mousa jan

by kuroshmazandrani on

... Is it also possible for a private individual to hire the Bahai Internet Agency or do they only work for government agencies?  I could use them to advertise my businesses ... can I get a quote?  I basically want them to post a lot of online comments promoting my products as the best (as judged by G-D), and sharing with customers that I am the Messiah.  What does something like that cost?  (P.S. Baha'u'llah came to me in a dream and said it would be cool, and handpicked me as his successor.  Can I get a good price?)


15hrs 45mins on this site & already such an impressive blog :)

by mousa67 on

given mr ahmadinejad's particular "interest" in bahai faith it gives one some clue as to which other avatars this "latest" islamist blogger with a "sense of humor" uses on this site. which makes me to remind mr "kurooshmaza..." that to most of us mr ahmadinejad himself is suffering from "dwarfism" of not only physical but also mental nature.


Anahid Hojjati

I wish I could flag blogs

by Anahid Hojjati on

If I could, I would flag this one.