More Religious Persecution In Iran

The Iranian government continues its persecution of Iran’s Baha’i community — the largest non-Muslim religious minority in Iran. Iranian state media recently reported the arrest of an unspecified number of Baha’is in cities across Iran, including Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and Mashhad.

Iranian state media claim the Baha’is belong to “an international corruption network” involved in “promoting and propagandizing the Baha’i cult through sex appeal and homosexuality.”

Meanwhile, the seven unofficial leaders of the community languish in Iranian prisons, serving an outlandish 20 year sentence for the purported crime of espionage, handed down after a summary trial. Nine Baha’i educators remain behind bars, after authorities last spring arrested 18 faculty members of a Baha’i institute, formed to educate young Baha’is who are barred from attending university in Iran unless they renounce their faith.

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