Why does Baha'i accept Shia and not Sunni?

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  1. imranshaykh

    imranshaykh Well-Known Member

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    :)

    I dont even know what Macassar Oil is...am going to look it up on google...right now...!!

    Respectfully yours, as always
    Imran
     
  2. Popeyesays

    Popeyesays Well-Known Member

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    It was a hair oil made from a plant native to Madagascar. It was so popular all over the world that the Victorianj English developed a lace doily for furniture called an 'antiMacassar'. THe drawback was that it was very dark and left black oily stains on everything.

    It was used heavily in the Middle East as well, in fact Arab traders brought it to the rest of the world. Some of those who attack the Baha`i Faith accuse Baha`u'llah of dying His hair black so He would look younger. The fact is that He used it as a hair dressing like 90% of the males around the world.

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    Scott
     

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