Saturday, June 17, 2017

...to be a Baha’i is to be under constant surveillance by one's community

Juan Cole says :
...to be a Baha’i is to be under constant surveillance by one's community, and to be open to being reported on if one says or does anything that seems to another Baha’i out of the ordinary. The accused has no access to such reports and no right to face his or her accuser.

http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ejrcole/bahai/1999/jssr/bhjssr.htm

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