Tag Archives: National Spiritual Assembly

Back to my fight

I’ve found something else to consider in the “punishment” of Dr. Houshang Ma’ani.  Upon researching the Baha’i administrative rights, I have found something very interesting.  The sanctions imposed upon a Baha’i when their administrative rights are removed can include the … Continue reading

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Putting prevention on the victims

I’ve been looking at our rape culture lately.  I’ve seen the jokes, the anger from men for being called rapists “unjustly”, etc.  I can’t begin to explain the sadness it evokes in me.  So, today, I wanted to show what … Continue reading

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Another phone call

Yesterday, I received another phone call from yet another Baha’i officer – or whatever the actual term should be.  She introduced herself, then proceeded in immediately telling me she and another “officer” (higher ranking than herself) would like to meet … Continue reading

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Some Bahá’i thoughts…

“The communities must punish the oppressor, the murderer, the malefactor, so as to warn and restrain others from committing like crimes. But the most essential thing is that people must be educated in such a way that no crimes will … Continue reading

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The neverending dramatic saga

I wrote a response to the National Spiritual Assembly of the U.S.  I had reservations posting this, but I figure I should allow those people spying to get all their information for the GOSSIP they are spreading.  (gossiping is also … Continue reading

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