Baha`ism which is originated from Babism is a sect attributed to Mirza Ali Mohammed who was known as al-Bab. He initiated his call in 1260 AH (1844 AD), claiming his aim to reform the corrupted conditions of Muslims. He made his call public in Shiraz—south of Iran—where he gained some followers. Later, he sent a group of his followers to different parts of Iran to announce his advent and spread his claims, mainly that he is a messenger sent by Allah.
Generally speaking, Baha'ism is a fabricated deviant cult; it includes elements from Buddhism, Brahmanism, idolatry, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Muslims have unanimously agreed that Baha’ism is not anIslamic doctrine and that whoever believes in it, is not a Muslim but an apostate from Islam; an apostate is a person who abandons Islam for another faith.
Allah Almighty says: “If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah) never will it be accepted of him; and in the Hereafter he will be in the ranks of those who have lost.” [Qur'an 3:85]
There have been many writers and literary men and women who have written against the deviant political party of Baha’ism and revealed its ominous aims. One of these authors is the writer of the present book.