Tuesday, January 12, 2010

On the Universal House Of Justice's Letter to the Baha'is of Iran: Through pure and goodly deeds, through commendable and seemly conduct

For the best understanding of the current trial of Baha'i leaders and the actions of the government of Iran against it's Baha'i citizens, follow Iran Press Watch. -gw
... the Universal House of Justice, the world governing body of the Baha’i Faith, in a letter to the Baha’is of Iran, has clarified that the Baha’is, whereever they may live, must exert their utmost effort, shoulder to shoulder with their countrymen, for the betterment of that country. (see the letter here: http://www.universal-house-of-justice-messages.org/payam/2010-01-10.html ). “The betterment of the World” Baha’u’llah tells the people of the world, “can be accomplished through pure and goodly deeds, through commendable and seemly conduct.”
Iran Press Watch will continue to provide information regarding the context for this current discussion. We will soon be providing historical documentation to facilitate readers’ comprehension . This is the first in a series of Editorials to enable readers to understand the recent baseless fabrications by the government of Iran.

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