Of course you continue to dodge the question.Apparently you cannot, because your translations do not justify your claims primarily because of your hostile agenda.
Oh boy...Can you not see how such materialist thinking is completely contrary to true religion? Look at the statements of the Bab, your own prophet who you claim to believe in: "the believer is more rare than the red sulphur of the philosophical stone" (Seven Proofs).Actually YES! Human fallibility and frallity aside If the population and guidance provided to the believers does not reflect the claim of the message it is not relevant in today's world, and the relevance to how true it is today.
This is hardly true. Have you actually been to Iran? Or do you simply believe the tale spun by these petty bourgeois diaspora Baha'is and their lackeys in the Western media? The Baha'i human rights sob story is probably the greatest example of their hypocrisy, since these do not even believe in human rights themselves. These are the same people who supported the Pahlavi regime, who rallied around Idi Amin and Augusto Pinochet, and who support the State of Israel and the Saudi war in Yemen today. For all their problems, the ulama of Iran made the right choice in clamping down on these people.The Baha'i community in Iran has been under the siege of persecution it's whole history, and many killed, put in prison, not allowed to have education nor employment, and their children taken away.
The proof of this is the Qur'an and the traditions of the Ahl al-Bayt, which you should believe in as a Baha'i.You have failed to give any reasonable justification that anyone should believe that Islam is a light of guidance, and justice for all people in the contemporary world.