As I recall, the defining characteristic of Moojan Momen’s so-called Baha’i apostates was that they carried out a prolonged/sustained campaign of “attacks” upon the Bahá’í community. Did it not occur to him that the folks he chose to give this title to were no more tireless and committed as “apostates” than they were when they were inside the fold? Did it also not occur to him that, with the stultifying effects of administratium no longer weighing them down, they became much more efficient in their activities?
“How many apostates?”
Moojan is counting apostates for an important story that will help the Faith, but those apostates are really sneaky and they keep shifting around on him. Are there 12 apostates or are there 13? Hurry, because Moojan is in such a tizz. He must send his story off to Baha’i review very soon!