June 30, 2018

Israel: Many faiths live in peace in B'hai's holiest city

Amanda HeadRebel Contributor

Today on our Rebel mission to Israel, we visited a city that has been continuously inhabited for over 4000 years, explored caves and grottos, and learned more about the B'hai faith which, like many other religions, has a holy city here in the Jewish state.

PS: WATCH more reports from The Rebel Media's mission to Israel HERE.

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commented 2018-06-30 20:46:37 -0400
What a shame people don’t understand the history of Israel. They wouldn’t fall for the cow poop dispensed by the lunatic left and the even more insane jihadists.
commented 2018-06-30 18:56:04 -0400
israel needs peace. time for the islamic scum in iran to join their arab brothers and try the obvious solution. no more killing, no more hamas, no more Hezbollah. or if they so want-no more iran.
commented 2018-06-30 18:32:17 -0400
Read an biography of Mona Mahmudnizhad in “Our Friend Mona: The Remarkable Life of a Young Martyr” about an Iranian Bahá’í who, in 1983 was sentenced to death and hanged in Shiraz, Iran. She was accused of being a member of the Bahá’í Faith. The official charges ranged from “misleading children and youth”, to being a “Zionist”. She is now known as ‘The Angel of Iran’.
Our Friend Mona tells the true story of Mona Mahmudnizhad, a 16-year-old girl who sacrificed her life for unity and peace in the world. Mona grew up in Shiraz—a city famous for its poets and roses. Shiraz is also a city sacred to Baha’is, for it is where their Faith began. And it was in that holy city, after revolution swept through Iran in 1979, where the persecutions against the peaceful Baha’is grew most fierce. The violence reached a peak in June of 1983 with the hanging of ten women, lovely and innocent souls that the people named “The Brides of the City.” The youngest of these was last to go, and Mona kissed the rope that would end her earthly life and forgave the executioners.
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Mark Joseph Perry is an American Enterprise Insititute Resident Sholar, awarded American Economist and currently Professor of Economics and Finance in the School of Management at University of Michigan–Flint. He is an internationally aclaimed American author specializing in military, intelligence, and foreign affairs analysis. He has authored nine books, including an autobiography off his field of study of Mona Mahmudnizhad in “Our Friend Mona: The Remarkable Life of a Young Martyr”
commented 2018-06-30 14:48:09 -0400
Awesome Amanda!!
commented 2018-06-30 14:40:38 -0400
I bet all You Rebels ended up sitting in the Grotto Bar, for a few coll aids.