Education is not a crime but it is in Iran for the Baha’is of Iran!!
Please join us in the following house concert on Tuesday December 1, 2015
Our beloved and revered musicians from Quartet Euphoria at the Claremont Colleges perform Beethoven’s beautiful and powerful String Quartet in E flat Major, opus 127.
Also SANTAR Persian Mystical Ensemble shares a few pieces.
The event is dedicated to the cause of awareness and protest in defense of the human rights for all, oneness of all religions and specially the on going attacks on the peaceful Baha’is of Iran.
The students in the Baha’i community have been barred from attending higher education and faculty of the Baha’i Institute of Higher Education are systematically arrested and put in prison for over 30 years by the Islamic Republic Regime.
Just as the massacre was happening in Paris and elsewhere, the Islamic Republic Regime raided the homes and businesses of Baha’is in 4 corners of the country arresting the students and youth and closing the shops and businesses. 17 more people are now taken to prison.
This is part of a 30 year systematic and on going attempt by the Islamic Republic Regeme to further decapitate and intimidate the Baha’i community, the largest religious minority in Iran and the most educated group with forward thinking values in defense of human rights for all humanity.
Your presence and participation will be a sign of solidarity to human rights to education and freedom for all.
please find further details about the program bellow:
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
6:30: Pm potluck dinner 8:00 PM concert
in Claremont CA 91711
For RSVP and more information, please call:
Keyvan Geula (909) 625-5075, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, www.cgie.org/blog
Sponsored by the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Claremont and Center for Global Integrated Education