A monotheistic religion started by the prophet Baha'u'llah during 19th century in Persia which emphasizes the spiritual unity of humanity. Baha'u'llah means "The Glory of God," in Arabic. A follower for this faith is called a Baha'i. Baha'i implies "Follower of Glory" or "Follower for the Light." Baha'is were persecuted in Iran because it is maybe not the official faith for the reason that nation. Which is the reason why their particular headquarters is in Israel. The official religions of Iran are Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Zoroastrianism. Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when claimed that "When we discuss about it religion, we relate to 'divine' faith. In our nation, we follow that law. A law which based on the vast majority vote of the people."