Do the Free Baha’is believe in the Bab, Baha’u’llah and Abdu’l Baha?
Yes, the Free Baha’is believe in Bab, Baha’u’llah and Abdu’l Baha. Bab was the forerunner and prophesier of the advent of Baha’u’llah. Abdu’l Baha was the rightful successor and interpreter of Baha’u’llah’s writings and was titled as Most Great Branch. However, the Free Baha’is reject the authority of Shoghi Effendi after Abdu’l Baha.

What do Free Baha’is believe about Guardianship?
Baha’u’llah in His mighty Will and Testament had appointed Abdu’l Baha as his first Guardian and His second son, Mohammed Ali Effendi as his second Guardian. During Abdu’l Baha’s guardianship Mohammed Ali Effendi had broken his covenant with the faith and had played mischief against Abdu’l Baha, hence Abdu’l Baha ex-communicated him. Abdu’l Baha has penned down the pain and agony casted by Mohammed Ali in his Will and Testaments. Free Baha’is believe that Abdu’l Baha was the only Guardian of the faith.

What is the Holy Book of the Free Baha’is?
Free Baha’is, being the true Baha’is, follow ‘Kitab-i-Aqdas’ and encourage deep study and research into it.

Do the Free Baha’is recite prayers?
As per Baha’u’llah’s teaching, Free Baha’is recite long, medium or short obligatory prayers every day.

Do the Free Baha’is observe fasts?
Free Baha’is do observe fast every year for 19 days, in the month of Ala.

What is the Free Baha’i view on participation in politics?
As per the Baha’i Laws, participation in politics is prohibited. Although, Kitab-i-Aqdas says, one should obey the laws of the country he resides in.

What do the Free Baha’is say about the Will and Testament of Abdu’l Baha?
Free Baha’is believe that the Will and Testament of Abdu’l Baha is genuine, except the part of Shoghi Effendi where he has been declared as the Guardian of the faith. Free Baha’is believe that the Will was forged after the death of Abdu’l Baha and the succession part was inserted by Lady Munirih, the mother of Shoghi.

Do the Free Baha’is accept Shoghi Effendi as the Guardian?
Free Baha’is do not believe in the Guardianship of Shoghi Effendi. Abdu’l Baha, in his entire life span, had neither groomed nor declared Shoghi as his successor. His appointment as the successor was forged by his mother, after the death of The Master Abdu’l Baha.

Do the Free Baha’is believe in a Universal House of Justice?
Free Baha’is believe in the concept of Universal House of Justice, but not the current established Universal House of Justice, whose members are appointed and not elected. Free Baha’is believe in the true Universal House of Justice which will be established only when the Baha’is are free from the shackles of administration.

What are the duties of a Free Baha’i?
A Free Baha’i is required to work hard to attain world peace by following the commandments of Baha’u’llah, with which he was raised. Abdu’l Baha has said, “I have not appointed any officer in the faith.” Each and every Baha’i is the Guardian of his own faith, and responsible for spreading the message of Baha’u’llah. One should spread the message of love and peace, eliminate prejudice, and pray to Baha’u’llah for establishing the true Universal House of Justice.

How does one become a Free Baha’i?
Free Baha’is do not follow any administration, so there are no declarations required. If someone is followings the true teachings of Baha’u’llah and Abdu’l Baha, he will be considered a Free Baha’i. The Free Baha’i Faith is not behind numbers. A Free Baha’i should purify himself from greed of attaining positions, and start working out of love for humanity and world peace.

Do the Free Baha’is believe in the concept of LSA, NSA, or ABM?
The Master Abdu’l Baha has clearly stated, “I have not appointed any officers in the faith.” These man made assemblies and authoritative positions have pushed the Baha’is to work out of greed of acquiring positions which lead to fake reports and false statistics. But, if a person frees himself from administration, he will fulfill his duties towards Baha’u’llah and not for NSA or UHJ. Thus, he will be rewarded by Baha’u’llah for his efforts. For this reason, Free Baha’is do not believe in Officers or Office Bearers and one has to be the Guardian of his own faith and action.

Do the Free Baha’is hold Nineteen Day Feasts (NDF)?
Free Baha’is gather for NDF once every 19 days, where they recite prayers, discuss on teachings, uplifting morals of society. Free Baha’is never ask for contribution and have never asked for huququ’llah.

Where are the Free Baha’is located?
Free Baha’is are located worldwide at different locations. As of now, Free Baha’is are majorly located in the USA, UK, Singapore, Thailand, Germany, Russia, Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Iran, Sri Lanka, India, and Bangladesh.