Question: Is Bahai part of Islam?

Bahai is a new religion or rather a religion of the newer world. It is becoming popular nowadays and has its origins from the Shiite Islam sect. Bahai is not considered a sub sect of Islam, but as a new religion itself. There are over 5 million followers of Bahai religion globally, spread across 236 countries.

How is Bahai different from Islam?

Bahais hold a belief in the oneness and unity of God and, in addition, the oneness of religions. Although Islam also asserts the oneness of God, Bahais relate themselves to all past religions in a way that Muslims do not.

Does Bahai believe in Allah?

Baháʼís believe in Muhammad as a prophet of God, and in the Qurʼan as the Prophet of God. Baháí teachings affirm that Islam is a true religion revealed by Allah; accordingly, members of the faith can give full assent to the traditional words of the Shahadah.

What type of religion is Bahai?

The Bahai Faith is a dynamic world religion with several million adherents from a variety of different religious and cultural backgrounds. The central figure of the religion is Bahaullah, and Bahais consider him to be the latest in a series of divine messengers.

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