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Dr Kelly’s religion

I was raised in the Baha'i faith, to which David Kelly was a convert

By Ziba Norman   January 2004

This afternoon I made my usual early December pilgrimage to the local stationer in search of a diary for 2004. While leafing through a pile and checking that my choice contained all the necessary information, I made what at the time seemed an astounding discovery. The Letts diary I had chosen had a page listing the world’s major religions together with details of their holy days, and the little known religion in which I was raised, the Baha’i faith, was positioned after Roman Catholicism and before Buddhism. For me this was a moment of epiphany. The faith (as it was…

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