Re: Chicago Tribune Article

The Chicago Tribune does not get to the heart of the matter, which is that the Baha’i scriptures very clearly state, in explicit terms, who would have the auhority of succession in the Baha’i Faith. Mason Remey did not fill the qualifications by any measure and those who followed him have no just claim on the marks and institutional names of the Baha’i Faith. The “Orthodox Baha’is” and one or two other miniscule groups (probably fewer than 100 people each) deliberately attempt to confuse Baha’is and others through internet sites and postings wherein they misrepresent themselves as if they were ostensibly the Baha’i Faith. It is this group itself which launched a number of lawsuits to attempt to get courts to give them title to Baha’i poperties around the country, despite clear documentation to the contrary. Any fair-minded investigator who reviews the entire record of these groups will see that it is the “Orthodox Baha’is” who are not standing on firm ground. Will

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