Why did Mohammad Taghi Falsafi become an enemy of Mossadegh?

A wave of anti-Bahá’s It started in the country, and in many places, Baha’is faced murder, looting, and rape. One of the reasons for this wave of anti-Bahá’ism was that Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi felt indebted to the system of religious clerics who helped him regain power with a coup d’état against Mossadegh. International pressure forced the Shah to stop his cooperation with the clerics and stop what was happening. Mohammad Taghi, philosopher next to Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini’s biography and diary He was born on 24 Farvardin 1287 (the 11th of Rabi-ul-Awl 1326) in Tankabon.