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99 Two Just Witnesses #67






Baha'u'llah sets out the criterion of justness in relation to witnesses

as a good reputation among the people. He states that it is not

necessary that the witnesses should be Baha'is since The testimony of all

God's servants, of whatever faith or creed, is acceptable before His

Throne (Q and A 79).





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