Weekly Report on Violation of Baha’i Rights

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Human Rights House of Iran, RAHANA(RAHANA – 13 Nov 2010) The following are the Baha’i rights violations in the past week: Baha’i resident began serving his sentence, Baha’i resident Roufia Beidaghi was arrested, Baha’i student was expelled, and farms belonging to the Baha’i citizens were confiscated by the Office of the Supreme Leader.

RAHANA: The following are the Baha’i rights violations in the past week:
November 7
Siamak Ighani Began Serving his 3 Year Prison Sentence
Siamak Ighani, a Baha’i resident of Semnan, has been transferred to the Semnan Prison in order to begin serving his sentence.
According to the RAHANA reporter, he was transferred to the Samnan Prison on November 6th in order to serve his 3 year prison sentence for anti-regime propaganda and Baha’i propaganda.

November 8
Baha’i resident of Semnan Roufia Beidaghi Arrested
The security forces have arrested Roufia Beidaghi, a Baha’i resident of Semnan.
According to the RAHANA reporter, on Sunday November 7th, the security forces detained Roufia Beidaghi. She is the daughter of Goudarz Beidaghi who had been arrested on March 1st and recently released.

November 11
Baha’i Farms Confiscated by the Office of the Supreme Leader
More than 30,000 Hectares of Baha’i farms have been seized in the presence of the Head of the Security Council Jannati and Head of the Judiciary Larijani, and handed over to the office of the Supreme Leader. Previously, the security forces had raided the Baha’i village and completely destroyed the Baha’i properties.

November 12
Baha’i Student Expelled in Sari
Sahar Sabetian has been expelled from the Alzahra High School in Sari for believing in the Baha’i faith.


Human Rights House of Iran, RAHANA Source: http://www.rahana.org/en/?p=8005

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