Abdul Baha : The greatest hypocrite history has ever witnessed

For Palestine Abdul-Baha has the brightest hopes. "It will develop day by day now," he declared, "in industry, in commerce, in agriculture, under an enlightened government. Up to the present the people of this country were like lost sheep. Now they have found their shepherd.

"If the Zionists will mingle with the other races and live in unity with them, they will succeed. If not, they will meet certain resistance. For the present I think a neutral government like the British administration would be best. A Jewish government might come later."

"There is too much talk today of what the Zionists are going to do here. There is no need of it. Let them come and do more and say less."

"The Zionists should make it clear that their principle is to elevate all the people here and to develop the country for all its inhabitants. This land must be developed, according to the promises of the prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah and Zachariah. If they come in such a spirit they will not fail."

Must Be Open to All.

"They must not work to separate the Jews from the other Palestinians. Schools should be open to all nationalities here, business companies, etc. The Turks went down because they attempted to rule over foreign races. The British are always in power because they keep fair and promote harmony."

"This is the path to universal peace here as elsewhere—unity. We must prevent strife by all means. For 6,000 years man has been at war. It is time to try peace a little while. If it fails, we can always go back to war."

Star of the West, Volume 10 - Issue 10 (1919)



  1. ""The British are always in power because they keep fair and promote harmony""

    I have lost count of the number of countries the British have raped and the people they have killed to plunder the wealth of other nations, yet this hypocrite goes around calling them "fair" and "promoters of harmony"!!!!

  2. It still amazes me when Bahá'ís claim that their detractors accuse them of having ties to Zionism for no other reason than that the Bahá'í holy sites are in Israel.

    Do Bahá'í apologists truly believe that their detractors not know the Bahá'í holy sites are in and around Haifa because Bahá'u'lláh was exiled to Palestine by Ottoman officials due to internecine fighting between Bahá'ís and Azalis in Edirne?

    Or do Bahá'í apologists not know some basic details of their own religion?

    Like 'Abdu'l-Bahá or Shoghi Effendi's encouragement of Zionism.

    Like 'Abdu'l-Bahá's meeting members of the Rothschild family.

    Like the building of some of the Bahá'í holy sites on land expropriated from absentee Palestinian landowners by the Israeli government.

    It is reasons such as these that Bahá'ís are accused of having ties to Zionism.

    Not to mention numerous other implausible absurdities.

    Like right-wing Likud member Moshe Sharon, Chair in Bahá'í Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, denying the existence of Bahá'u'lláh's descendants in Israel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moshe_Sharon#Bah.C3.A1.27.C3.AD_Faith) when in fact these individuals, regarded as Covenant-breakers, still live in Israel.

    Like David Kelly (https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/jul/16/david-kelly-death-10-years-on), a Bahá'í and U.N. weapons expert, being a primary source for the false allegations that Iraq had retained biological weapons, at a time when AIPAC and other Israeli-affiliated lobbies were promoting the Iraq invasion of 2003 (http://mondoweiss.net/2012/02/the-iraq-war-coverup-what-did-aipac-do-and-when-did-it-do-it/).


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