We recently attended a large fireside, which is a Bahá’í meeting particularly focused on answering the questions of people who are interested in learning more about the Faith. Our friend Suha spoke on the basics of Islam. He related it to the teachings of the Bahá’í Faith and brought out the beauty in Islam that many miss these days. About 40 people were there, and we enjoyed spending time with friends and making new ones, including some who were Muslim.
Fulfilling long-held dreams of living and working in another country and of being of service to humanity, we left the US in September 2006, at the end of summer in the northern hemisphere, and arrived in South Africa in the spring, ready for our second summer. We returned to the US (Texas) in August/September 2007, and in March 2010 began a new adventure in Libya.... full info
Fariba and SuhaBoth amazing people - friends but not related - she is finishing a PhD in refugee studies, speaks several languages including French and Arabic, and worked for a long time in Israel. He is an engineer, very knowledgeable about many things.
ReneilweReneilwe is the director of the National Institute Board for the Baha'is of South Africa, soon to be passing the torch.