Two Baha'is sentenced to prison in Hamedan

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According to the website Human Rights Activists in Iran, two Baha’i citizens of Hamedan, Sahba Khademi and Sorour Sorouryan, who had been charged with spreading the Baha’i Faith and propaganda against the regime, were sentenced to one year in prison. The trial of these two citizens took place at the beginning of the Persian month of Day 1388 (late December 2009).
According to this report, two other Baha’is, Nasrin Rahimi and Mehrangiz Husaini, who were convicted of the same charges, are currently spending their one year prison sentences at Hamedan prison.

[Source: StreetJournalist; Translated by StreetJournalist; edited by Iran Press Watch]

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