The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience


bahai faith & its Influence at the United Nations 5/2002

The Bahai Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience

To understand the influence of the bahai faith on the United Nations, I
suggest the reader might find it helpful to consider these documents in the
following order:

Doug Martin, member of the bahai universal house of justice on the United

"In the highest circles of the UN, people are consulting on Baha'u'llah's
issues! Baha'is coordinated the work of all the NGO's at the Millennial
Summit. The permanent representative of the Baha'i International Community
was the Chair. Then the BIC was called to represent all of Civil Society at
the governmental Millennium Summit -- the only NGO to do so."
{If interested in reading full text:
(Edit>Find > "UN" match case, several clicks into it)}

Cf. " dangerous delusion from Christianity" = Individual conscience
9/23/2001 Doug Martin, uhj member

See then my messages on the bahai faith & the UN:

uhj LIES to United Nations & US Government June 2000

Bahais at United Nations Millennium Forum & Summit June 2000

Bahai international community Abuses its Access to UN MF Mailing List 4/2002 Note
especially at the end that the bic abused its control over in order to suppress my informing other Forum members of
its abuse.


After reading ALL of the above, think carefully about the influence on theUN
of someone like Doug Martin who holds such a fundamentalist
interpretation of the bahai faith.

Does the UN know the record of the bahai faith regarding freedom of
conscience within its own ranks? I would find it very worrisome if it does.
My guess is that bahais at the UN, such as Techeste Ahderom, co-chair of the
Millennium Forum and the principal bahai representative to the United
Nations, dismiss concerns whenever they are raised by anyone within the
Organization, essentially participating in deception.

Brief History of Douglas Martin Professor Juan Cole, University of Michigan

Professor Juan Cole's "Fundamentalism in the Contemporary
U.S. Baha'i Community," Religious Studies Review 2002: