Bahai Links

The links below will guide you to other excellent Baja's websites that provide wonderful information about the Faith. These sites are an incredible resource for information about Bahá’u’lláh, His Writings and His message for our time.

Bahá'í News From Around The World

Support for Iran's seven imprisoned Bahá'í leaders spreads worldwide

The call to release seven Iranian Bahá'í leaders - whose prison sentences have reportedly been reduced to 10-years each - is spreading around the world.


The Life of Bahá’u’lláh

   A photographic narrative of the life of Bahá'u'lláh, Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, and events associated with the birth of a new revelation from God. 

The Promise of World Peace

   At this critical time, when problems confronting nations have been fused into one common concern for the whole world, Bahá'í say world peace in not only possible, but inevitable.

Jailed Iranian Baha'i leader appears on Dutch postage stamp

A series of special postage stamps portraying victims of human rights abuses in Iran has been launched in the Netherlands.

Current and forthcoming stamps in the series depict the acclaimed poet Simin Behbahani; trade unionist Mansour Osanlou; Mahvash Sabet – one of Iran's seven Baha'i leaders; and human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh.

We entreat God to deliver the light of equity and the sun of justice from the thick clouds of waywardness, and cause them to shine forth upon men. No light can compare with the light of justice. The establishment of order in the world and the tranquility of the nations depend upon it".  - Bahá'u'lláh

   After more than two years of extensive restoration work, Haifa's golden-domed Baha'i Shrine has been unveiled, to the delight of visitors, pilgrims and residents of the city.


Capacity building crucial to eradicating poverty


— Initiatives to address poverty should give attention to strengthening the moral, ethical and spiritual capacities of individuals and communities.

That was among the messages delivered by the Baha'i International Community and other non-governmental organizations at this year's United Nations Commission on Social Development.

  Little Tina Rose Wome came into the world on 28 January in a makeshift clinic, fashioned from a classroom at the Anis Zunuzi Baha'i School on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.