[Dubbo Weekender, 22 Oct. 2011] Since his brother Farhad was arrested in his native Iran in May this year, Nasser Sedghi and his family have been anxiously awaiting news of the dedicated educator’s fate ar the hands of the exrtremist Iranian Revolutionary Court.
This week, Nasser received that news — but it was not as the family had hopped.
Farhad jas been sentenced to four years imprisonment after being held, without charge, at Tehran’s Evein prison in Iran for more than four months — the victim of a 30 year campaign of religious persecution waged by that country’s extremist Islamic regime against people of the Baha’i faith.
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