Private sources in Iran report that on Sunday, October 26, three Baha’is were arrested in Yasuj, the capital of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province in central Iran. They were charged with forming classes for the education of children. A few days prior to their arrest, they had been interrogated by the authorities on their activities.
These Baha’is are presently incarcerated and barred from having contact with their families or anyone else. No legal representation has been allowed to them.
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