No Iranian is required shy away from asking questions of 9 mostly Non-Iranian Millionaire-Bahai-Leaders sitting in Haifa Israel.
These 9 grown men shouldn't need Internet-attack-troops -- except to hide their failings because they are not able to respond to 10 questions.
These 9 millionaires do not need censorship of questions posed to them on Iranian.com if their movement has any more value than the suits they are dressed in.
In fact, every Iranian that loves his or her country is required to ask these 9 dudes in Versace business suits exactly what it is that they are seeking to offload in Iran. The fact that they consistently refuse to do so in an open question-&-answer setting with their strictest critics means their cause has no value, no credibility, and is not entitled to any deference whatsoever within Iran's territorial borders.
I wrote this very important blog yesterday giving them a chance to answer 10 questions (see Dialogue with Haifan-Baha'i Leaders -- People Have Questions.) with the proviso that if they did not answer they have no future right to expect Iranians will assume their movement has an innocent purpose. Iran does not need to keep revisiting the same questions with these characters over and over again: Their time is up. The Hare Krishnas, and God knows who else, have been waiting patiently and now it is their turn - they're next in line, move over.
My blog yesterday posed 10 questions to these 9 Bahai Leaders, but was pushed to the no-man's land of the back page of Iranian.com, while blogs about Muslim leaders usually make the front page including caricatures of Muslim holy figures. So, I asked myself several questions:
First, Why did Iranian.com need to protect 9 mostly Non-Iranian millionaires sitting in Haifa Israel from 1 person's blog?
Second, why was a picture of the Bahai's holy man (who calls himself "Bahalluah" but Iranians know by his birth name Mirza H.A. Noori) swept onto the back page while caricatures of the leaders of other faiths, usually Muslims but sometimes Christians, regularly get front page service on the website?
A general principles of living is that: Questions are questions.
If it affects Iran, Iranians have the right to ask questions. If the Bahai leaders don't care to answer questions, it is abundantly clear that they don't care that governments around the world view their movement with suspicion (probably because they benefit from victim-status-publicity). By hiding their activities from questions one can deduce that they do not care about the lives of individuals (their followers).
Here is what I said in reference to dozens of quotes by dozens of internet profiles hostile to Muslims, attacking me personally, and actively promoting the Bahai faith during yesterday's blog:
"by Zendanian on Sat Sep 15, 2012 07:54 PM PDT Mohamad was the biggest Monkey of them all"
You can write that anyone's prophet or a government official is a "monkey," but if the Bahai leaders can't answer secularly motivated national security questions, they lose credibility regarding everything and anything they have said: Forever!
And if Ahmadi-nejad, or Khameini, or someone else in the future is the "monkey" (as Bahais put it), still that happens to be the "monkey" in power ... just make sure he doesn't view Bahais as the banana.
* You want Iran to surrender its independent judgment to foreign Bahai men sitting in Israel who don't answer questions?
* Why do 9 grown men that are millionaires, the Bahai leaders, need to be protected from questions by 1 person on Iranian.com?
* Who died and made these 9 dudes king?
* If Massoud Rajavi or Trita Parsi declared that they were the 27th and final Imam and opened a Universal House of Justice in Birmingham England you wouldn't ask them questions and just let their adherents and activities run free and unchecked in Iran?
I feel sorry for you if that's the kind of Iranian you are because you do not understand what it requires to defend Iran: Loving Iran enough to defend it has nothing to do with who is in power now or was in the past. It has nothing to do with Ahmadi-nejad or Khomeini or Muhammad. Iran has national security requirements and as a sovereign country decides what those requirements are in light of its historical experiences, facts that are available, and the appearance of security threats.
These are the questions: Dialogue with Haifan-Baha'i Leaders -- People Have Questions. Why not dispel peoples' suspicions because usually there is a difference between leaders and followers, and that these 2 groups may (or may not) have different agendas.
Neither TV docu-dramas nor scripted and uncritical BBC or VOA interviews will get the Bahais what they seek. I am astonished by how many millions of dollars they have spent doing this, in what is a tactic pre-designed to fail miserably and that will come across as insulting and disloyal to the vast majority of Iranians (both secular and religious).
If these 9 Bahai "leaders" hide out in Versace suits in Israel and put up sad stories about people in Iran, ad infantium, the Iranian public has the right to ask them why they don't lead and answer questions to dispel suspicions that people have about their group that impact the lives of individuals.
If they don't do that, they don't care about the lives of individuals - Period.
Ask any father or mother that leads any group near and dear to their hearts, if their child was in trouble and they even had a 0.000001% chance to convince someone that it was a mistake by answering questions, they would do it. These 9 leaders don't and won't. They don't care about their followers; they care about something else.
God business is big business.
But Iran's national security requirements are absolute -- always have been -- and always will be.
|Recently by MaryamJoon||Comments||Date|
|Secrets of the Dead Prince: What Everybody Should Know|
|Sep 24, 2012|
|Mrs. Arash Israeldoost: Questions & comments for her & Israel's Lackeys|
|Sep 23, 2012|
|History of Azarbaijan & Who Sponsors Separatism - a short history.|
|Sep 22, 2012|
|نسرین ستوده: زندانی روز||Dec 04|
|Saeed Malekpour: Prisoner of the day||Lawyer says death sentence suspended||Dec 03|
|Majid Tavakoli: Prisoner of the day||Iterview with mother||Dec 02|
|احسان نراقی: جامعه شناس و نویسنده ۱۳۰۵-۱۳۹۱||Dec 02|
|Nasrin Sotoudeh: Prisoner of the day||46 days on hunger strike||Dec 01|
|Nasrin Sotoudeh: Graffiti||In Barcelona||Nov 30|
|گوهر عشقی: مادر ستار بهشتی||Nov 30|
|Abdollah Momeni: Prisoner of the day||Activist denied leave and family visits for 1.5 years||Nov 30|
|محمد کلالی: یکی از حمله کنندگان به سفارت ایران در برلین||Nov 29|
|Habibollah Golparipour: Prisoner of the day||Kurdish Activist on Death Row||Nov 28|