New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof to Visit Iran

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nicholas_kristof_610x321.1 [Education Under Fire] New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof is visiting Iran this June and is requesting “themes and topics to ask about” during his time there. He’s not been to Iran for six years and plans to travel the country talking to ordinary people.

Let’s join this conversation. Subscribe to his Facebook page to keep updated, leave brief comments and ‘Like’ others urging him to look into the condition of the Baha’i community in Iran, including, among other things, its imprisoned leaders and educators and young people seeking to educate themselves.

Visit his Facebook page to add your individual voice: www.facebook.com/kristof

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  1. Adibeh

    June 1, 2012 8:47 am

    As far as I know Baha’i s are the most loving and kind people and they believe in unity of mankind, Oneness of God and Oneness of religion.
    Why the Baha’i youth that were teaching the children of the villages basic morals and values as a service were captured and imprisoned?
    Why the Baha’i young people are not allowed and their rights are violated for higher education, as their universities was closed several times and finally their professors that were teaching free of charge were captured and imprisoned? What was their crime and it was not costing the Government anything?
    Why the seven leaders of the Baha’is that they were all educated and serving all people with love and no crime are still in prison? Are Baha’is allowed to breath?

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  2. Adibeh

    June 1, 2012 9:10 am

    I am a Baha’i and I love all the people of Iran and I love people of the world as members of my family.
    Why the Baha’i s of Iran are persecuted for their religious believes that is based on love for all who crosses their path? Aren’t we all brothers and sisters as family of man?
    Why their basic human right is violated to get higher education?
    The Baha’i Faith teaches Love, Peace and unity of mankind.
    What is the crime that the Baha’i s of Iran committed that they have to suffer so much?

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