Tag Archives: Islamic Republic Regime
Tweet “The suffering heaped on our Baha’i friends is neither isolated nor peripheral. It is systematic and brutal, especially when the Baha’i are known as a peaceful faith that embraces the sanctity of all religions. The official Iranian oppression … Continue reading
Tweet The news of a well known Iranian film maker Reza Allamehzadeh working on a documentary about the “othering” of the Baha’i community of Iran and the social, spiritual, and psychological consequences of the systematic and predetermined persecution has gained … Continue reading
Tweet The Guardian on Saturday 11 June 2011, has published an article to express solidarity with the Baha’i Students of BIHE in Iran who not only are barred for 30 years from attending the university in Iran, but the authorities … Continue reading
Tweet Fariba Kamalabadi and Mahvash Sabet transferred A few days ago the two Baha’i women and former administrators of the Baha’i community in Iran were transfered with about 400 other prisoners to a place in Varamine near Tehran called Gharchak زندان … Continue reading
Raha Sabet shares: Iranian Baha’is Behind the Bars of Islamic Republic Prisons, Punished for Living Their Faith.
Tweet Raha Sabet, A young Baha’i girl in Iran was arrested while serving her community educating the disadvantaged children. She has been trying to call out from her captivity and grab our attention to the unfortunate acts of human rights … Continue reading