Baha’i Week 4: Review

Allah-u-Abha! We are here already! Man, seems like we were just doing this during my month with Hinduism. And now…I wish I didn’t have to think about it, but alas, dharma calls. As many of you know, Week 4 of every month during Project Conversion is my time of review. This is where I share […]

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Wrapping up Social Issues Week

I’ll be honest, this has been one of the hardest weeks of Project Conversion thus far. This month in and of itself is filled with learning curves, lessons learned, and unexpected realizations (more on that next week), but the emotional charge carried by this month’s Social Issues Week has left me drained and humbled. I’ve […]

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Baha’i Persecution: Day 4

Here is the last account by the four individuals referenced to me by the National Spiritual Assembly of Baha’is of the United States. His name is Iraj Kamalabadi, brother of Fariba Kamalabadi, an imprisoned Baha’i leader. Personal Statement: I was born in 1958 and was raised in a Bahá’í family in northern Iran. After obtaining my high school diploma […]

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Baha’i Persecution: Day 3

Today we will hear from 21-year-old Sina Sabet Sarvestani, first cousin to Raha Sabet. Sina’s story is one of bravery in the midst of great difficulty, and the ability to peel darkness away from light. Please read and pass along the following account:  Personal Statement: My name is Sina Sabet Sarvestani and I spend most of my week working […]

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Baha’i Persecution: Day Two

As we continue our week exploring the issue of Baha’i persecution in Iran, we are given the account of Mr. Kamal Khanjani, brother of Jamaloddin Khanjani, imprisoned Bahá’í leader. His statement follows: Personal Statement: I arrived in the United States in 1978 after studying electrical engineering Isfahan, Iran. In the United States, I started my own […]

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