One such writer Mr. Hamza Baloch at http://nation.com.pk/blogs/21-Jul-2016/isis-is-merely-following-al-saud-s-wahhabist-footsteps-by-destroying-holy-sites# stated that there is no difference between the two type of demolitions.
In the above article he states
"It is reported that in past decades, government authorities in Iran have demolished historic sites of great artistic and cultural significance, which are also sacred to the country's Bahai religious minority."The author, mostly, a victim of Baha'i propaganda wrongly compared the situations. Here is some info for Hamza Baloch and his likes.
One prominent Baha'i Sen McGlinn on his blog Sensday has produced this report which hints to the fact that many Baha'i cemeteries in Iran may be "Private Properties" and may not have appropriate legal permission to bury their dead, hence illegal.
One such case recently reported by Sen is as follows :
|Screenshot from Sen's blog : sensday.wordpress.com|
Coming again to the article by Hamza Baloch that states "The grave-site of Quddus" was razed to the ground.... This is in fact the Great good that Iranian government has done. Mr. Hamza should know who Quddus was? and what Babis did to Iran in the earlier days of their history? Quddus was a Babi leader in Iran. The Babis were a 19th century ISIS the equivalent of the Wahhabis but in Iran. The Baha'i cult was born out of the Babi terror cult. According to Abdu'l-Baha, the laws of the Bab and his religion called the Bayan were like this:
“The utterance of the [book or religion] of Bayan in the day of the appearance of his Highness Ala (meaning the Bab) was to behead, burn the books, destroy the monuments, and massacre [everyone] but those who believed [in the Bab’s religion] and verified it,” Abdu’l-Baha, Makatib, vol. 2, p. 266.
They wanted to create a kingdom of death and terror in Iran similar to that of the Wahhabis. They started four internal wars in Iran but fortunately the government succeeded in crushing them and executed their leader. The house of their leader which was preserved by the Baha'is was razed to the ground because Iran doesn't want monuments standing for murderers.
The founder of the Baha'i cult, Husayn Ali Nuri, known as Baha'u'llah was a very violent man himself. It suffices to say that he uttered these statements regarding the murderous and terroristic rules of the Bab:
“I [swear by] He who in His hand is my soul and my essence, a single letter from the Bayan is dearer to me than everything that is in the heavens and the earth,” Fadil Mazandarani, Asrar al-athar khususi, vol. 5, p. 333 (citing Baha'u'llah)
Baha'is in Iran will never tell you these things. They spread false propaganda on the internet to play the victim and hide their true terroristic beliefs. They are in a constant state of Taqqiya and dissimulation waiting for the day when their numbers are high enough so that they can re-establish their kingdom of intolerance. Today, they are used by western governments as a tool against Iran.
Iran has learned a good historical lesson and will never ever allow Terroristic cults like Wahhabism and Baha'ism to gain a foothold in Iran, no matter how much propaganda is spewed against it.
This is what Wahhabis have done and doing...
|Can these terrorist acts of Saudi Kings be compared to the destruction of illegal cemeteries ?|
|Prince Turki al Faisal supporting MEK terrorist organization.|
|The article of Prince Amir bin Abdul Aziz al Saud supporting Baha'is being distributed by Baha'is.|