Saturday, 20 October 2007

Ignorance may be bliss, but in this case it’s unwise

The Iranian Government has a mandate that actively excludes Baha’i students from continuing their education at the tertiary level. The government has confiscated the property and assets of Baha’is throughout the whole country. Most recently, they have systematically collected detailed information and data about Baha’is throughout the country and have created a database to be used for further systematic persecution.

How can the leader of a country that has these practices claim ignorance of what the Baha’i Faith is, or who the personage of Baha’u’llah is? This is not only puzzling, but utterly unbelievable, particularly as this same individual has played such a fundamental role in the persecution of Baha’is throughout the early 1980’s.

What a perplexing response from someone who is leading a country.

This is a most disconcerting image being portrayed by someone who is leading a country. Leaders leading a country should be individuals who have the ability to influence people to collective act for a loftier cause and advance their country towards betterment. The words and actions of the current President of Iran, Mr Ahmadinejad, is contrary to this widely held concept of leadership.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

quran orders to kill non muslimswherever they are

thanks for not killing all bahais
for the moment

der prophet chairman muhammad ordered or his alter ego Arabian Allah

Almighty (not allah) is with you bahais

i soffer with all of you