Baha'is of Australia are involved in full scale corruption

Some court cases, collected and brought to notice by Wahid Azal on TRB

Australian Baha'i Welfare officer discrimination case against a non-Baha'i Iranian
Here is a case of a Bahai welfare bureaucrat discriminating a non-Bahai Iranian using his Bahaism and the situation in Iran as a crutch against the Iranian in question.

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/HREOCA/1997/28.html

QBSA v Sunland Constructions Pty Ltd [2004] QCCTB 49 (13 February 2004)
Queensland Building Services Authority v Sunland Constructions Pty Ltd

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/qld/QCCTB/2004/49.html

Sunland Waterfront (BVI) Ltd v Prudentia Investments Pty Ltd (No 3) [2010] FCA 359 (12 April 2010)

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/FCA/2010/359.html

Compulsive Bahai gambler loses $600,000.00, sues casino and loses: Foroughi v Star City Pty Limited [2007] FCA 1503 (27 September 2007)
"11 Mr Foroughi is 43 years old. He was born in Iran on 7 January 1964. He had limited education in Iran and India. He and his family suffered at the hands of Muslim extremists, apparently as a result of their Bahai faith. He entered Australia on a refugee visa in 1988, having held some casual employment in Iran before his arrival in Australia. "


http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/FCA/2007/1503.html

2 comments:

  1. one of the core values of the Baha'i Faith (note that it is not really called Bahaism) is the independent investigation of truth. In that spirit I would respectfully suggest not only to the author of this website but also to some of those who have commented to actually read Bahai websites or speak to Bahai's, rather than rely on websites clearly authored by non-Bahai's or on slanderous rumours as a soure of information. In seeking information about Islam, for example, I read the Quran myself, so perhaps in seeking information about the Bahai faith it would make more sense for you to read some Bahai literature, nearly all of it including their most Holy book (the Kitabi Aqdas) is available online.

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    1. Dear Anonymous,

      I would really appreciate if you provide me the Links to read the works of Bab. I will be happy to read the stuffs in English Language. I want the Bayan (Full uncensored Version in English).

      Also I will be more than happy if you let me know the number of Books Bahaullah has written (Those that are available in the International Archives in Persian and Arabic + those that bahaullah threw away into Tigris) and how many of them fully translated into English. Please cite exact numbers with proper references.

      Please answer my question exactly as I have written. Exact answers upto the point. Thank you.

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