Opinion, Judge Sykes, p 14-15: "When a district judge takes sides in a religious schism, purports to decide matters of spiritual succession, and excludes dissenters from using the name, symbols, and marks of the faith (as distinct from the name and marks of a church), the First Amendment line appears to have been crossed". US 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, Case No. 08-2306. Baha'i Faith vs other Bahai denominations. November 23, 2010
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Personal Reflections on the Baha'i lawsuits
The lawyer that represented the Orthodox Baha'i Faith before Judge St. Eve has just posted an insightful reflection on the implications of the US Federal Courts ruling. I share it here for those who might find it interesting and informative about how the Wilmette-Haifan Baha'i Faith actually behaves behind the backs of its largely innocent and gullible followers, deceived and brainwashed into despising and violating the principles of the US Constitution:
"The Wilmette NSA remains a threat to the First Amendment unless it gives up its mania for squelching the religious freedoms of those who disagree with it. It is my hope and wish that the Wilmette NSA will finally realize that you cannot enforce unity with a court order. The NSA simply must tolerate the existence of other groups of Bahá'í at least in the United States or it runs the risk of forever ruining the name of the Faith making synonymous the word "Bahá'í" and "enemy of freedom of speech and religion."