Baha'is engage in deceptive advertising in Florida


This radio station advertisement signage says nothing naming Baha'i... it just tries to get unsuspecting people to enter a trap. This remind me of Jehovah's Witnesses in regards to the extent that they proselytize and value proselytizing people instead of helping people, except that they are less deceptive than Baha'is.

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  1. Shoghi Effendi :

    In connection with the radio work ... he would suggest that the main consideration is to bring to the attention of the public the fact that the Faith exists, and its teachings. Every kind of broadcast, whether of passages from the Writings, or on topical subjects, or lectures, should be used. The people need to hear the word "Baha'i" so that they can, if receptive, respond and seek the Cause out. The primary duty of the friends everywhere in the world is to let the people know such a Revelation is in existence; their next duty is to teach it.

    (24 July 1943 to an individual believer)

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  2. People will assume that it is a CHRISTIAN station and when they find out it is not so, most of them will react against it.

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  3. I don't think that's accurate personally. As Bahai's we're taught to be honest, not deceptive. Where you getting your facts from bro bro! It's Nothing but Bahá'i Love & Respect with me! What is it with you?

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