Yaran Will Be Tried Soon, Perhaps Next Week

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Today, Iran’s official news organ, Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), reported:

The file of the seven accused Baha’is will go to court soon.

The Deputy Public Prosecutor of Tehran commented about the illegal administration of the Baha’i sect that has been engaged in illegal activities. He stated, “The charges against these individuals are formation of illegal administration and espionage for the foreign nations. The case against the seven accused has been prepared, and likely will go to court for indictment next week.

[Source: http://www.isna.ir/ISNA/NewsView.aspx?ID=News-1300652&Lang=P. Translated by Iran Press Watch.]

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8 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    March 6, 2009 11:44 pm

    You would think that these people would learn English for once. None of their websites ever has proper English. Bunch of ignorant illiterate fools, just like their Persian language is full of mistakes too.

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  2. Anonymous

    March 6, 2009 11:45 pm

    I meant to say Persian in the first instance, and English in the second… but you get my point…

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  3. Anonymous

    March 6, 2009 11:49 pm

    Interesting that a few paragraphs before this news, they accuse the *Sufis* of “attacking the [Islamic Republican] System.” These Hojjatiyeh fools know nothing but accusing anyone and anything of “disturbing and attacking” their sacred but fetid and rotten System. Yes, it is so sacred, that young people are alcoholics and drug addicts and sex workers in the 10s of thousands in Iran, with girls as young as 9 being prostituted. What a sacred system!

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  4. shahin

    March 7, 2009 4:49 pm

    I can imagine that they will have to postpone the ‘trial’, again. The oppressors just do not know what to do with the seven great innocent souls. I can imagine how they have been under toture to be brought under TV camera to “confess” that they were spies of Israel, that they wanted to undermine Islam and such; but thank be to Baha’u’llah, they could not achieve such a wicked result. Now, they really don’t know how to proceed with this show trial. They know whatever they do will result in not only Iranian but the whole world realizing the inoccence of the seven. Their postponing the ‘trial’ is just a manifestation of their own bewilderment. WHATEVER, they do in this regard will ultimately be to the benefit of the Baha’i Faith. They will come a time when they curse themselves for having even arrested the Friends in Iran. Had they known what victory this brings to the Faith, they would have never done what they did.

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  5. Irani

    March 8, 2009 10:45 am

    I agree with Shahin. However to add to it:
    Iran government has western backers who will help them get out of this mess the created for themselves, as they’ve done in the past…all for money

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  6. tooba

    March 10, 2009 3:44 am

    it is already Tuesday in Iran, i.e., the middle of the week, and there the show trial has not happened yet. May Baha’u’llah protect our beloved Friends in Iran, may they have peace of mind and health of body in prison. May IRI starts to act according to the moral codes on real Islam.

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