Religious leaders face spying charges in Iran

TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) — Seven imprisoned leaders of the Baha’i faith in Iran have been accused of espionage and will face court hearings within a week, a judicial spokesman said Wednesday.
Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency quoted Ali-Reza Jamshidi saying the charges related to acts including spying for “foreigners,” a term regarded as a reference to Iran’s archenemy, Israel.


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