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The Shrine of the Báb, Haifa, Israel.

About The Bahá'í Faith

The Bahá'í Faith is an independent world religion with approximately six million adherents residing in more than 124,000 localities and established in 235 countries and territories across the planet. Its spiritual principles affirm the oneness of God, of humanity, and of religion. Bahá'ís believe that this Faith is the most recent stage in the progressive revelation of a divinely ordained process, and that Bahá'u'lláh is the Messenger of God for this age.

Bahá'ís believe that the social problems besetting the world today require a spiritual solution which resolves the underlying conflicts; that global transformation can only be achieved by a spiritual transformation on a personal level.


The abandonment of all forms of prejudice
Assurance to women of full equality of opportunity with men
Recognition of the unity and relativity of religious truth
The elimination of extremes of poverty and wealth
The realization of universal education
The responsibility of each person to independently search for truth
The establishment of a global commonwealth of nations
Recognition that true religion is in harmony with reason and the pursuit of scientific knowledge



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