At Least Fifteen Baha'i Citizens Summoned and Detained

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BIHE policeraid [22 May 2011] HRANA News Agency – This morning, with search and arrest warrants, Iran’s Intelligence Agency raided the houses of at least fifteen Baha’i citizens, detained some of them, and seized their personal properties.

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the majority of those detained are students attending a provisional university established for Baha’i citizens who are denied the opportunity to study at Iran’s higher education institutes.

The names of nine detainees are as follows:

  1. Kamran Mortezai
  2. Vahid Mokhtari
  3. Mahmoud Badavam
  4. Aminollah Mostaqim
  5. Favod Moqadam
  6. Shahin Negari
  7. Afrooz Farmanbardari
  8. Sohail Fanbari
  9. Ramin Zibae

Additionally, Mehran Behmradi and Aghae Talei have been summoned to report to the Intelligence Agency in Shiraz by Tuesday, May 24, 2011.

Source: http://www.en-hrana.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=335:at-least-fifteen-bahai-citizens-summoned-and-detained&catid=13:religious-minorities&Itemid=13

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One Response

  1. Daniel De Mol

    May 25, 2011 6:52 am

    God be praised for the authors of this article are ceaselessly committed into enquiring regarding human rights :)

    Reply

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