Source: news.bahai.org BIC GENEVA — Iranian authorities are preventing Baha’is across the country from obtaining national identification cards, while a series of home raids, confiscations, arrests, and attacks on properties have unjustly targeted Baha’is. These developments&hellip
confiscate personal or business belongings
Source: www.iranpressnews.com Translation by Iran Press Watch Confiscation of the property of a wealthy Baha’i family by the Execution of Imam Khomeini’s Order As usual, the Execution of Imam Khomeini’s Order (EIKO, or simply Setad) is&hellip
Source: shahrvandyar Mr. Saman Missaghi is a Baha’i citizen who traveled to Mahabad more than six months ago to sell his father’s apartment. He was confronted by a Revolutionary Guard, who was his tenant, who&hellip
Source: www.manoto.news Translation by Iran Press Watch Editor’s note: Archives of Baha’i Persecution in Iran has recently released documents about the lives of Baha’is of Kata village in Iran. These Baha’is lived and worked with their Muslim partners in&hellip
Source: humanrightsiniran.org Translation by Iran Press Watch May 22, 2017 Synopsys: The business of Farhad Samadani, a Baha’i resident of Karaj in Alborz province, was closed and sealed from use by ten officers from the Office&hellip
Source: www.iranwire.com By Kian Sabeti Translation by Iran Press Watch More than one hundred and twenty days after of the closure of dozens of businesses of Baha’is in Mazandaran province, provincial officials have shown no indication&hellip
Source: BahaiNews1 Translation by Iran Press Watch According to a BahaiNews report, government officials visited the sealed business premises of ten Baha’is, and confiscated all appliances and goods last week. BahaiNews stated, based on an&hellip
HRANA, Human Rights Activists News Agency – The intelligence ministry of the province of Semnan has been putting pressure on the Bahá’í residents of Dazgareh-Afshar, a neighboring hamlet of Sangesar, over the past few months.&hellip
[BWNS, 14 June 2012] GENEVA — A recent intensification of attacks on Baha’i-owned businesses in Iran further demonstrates the Iranian authorities’ determination to suffocate the economic prospects of the Baha’is of that country, solely on account&hellip
(HRA 22 July 2011) HRANA News Agency – During the last three weeks, Iranian security forces have raided Baha’iresidents’ houses in the village of Kata and arrested a large number of them. The village of&hellip
(HRA 6 june 2011) On Saturday and Sunday nights, June 4-5, 2011, security forces were dispatched to the houses of three Baha’i citizens in Babol and Babolsar, [Gilan Province], and arrested five individuals.
(RAHANA 7 June 2011) Baha’i citizen Pejman Nikounejad has been arrested along with his wife Sharareh Kashani.
Source: edition.cnn.com (By Mitra Mobasherat and Joe Sterling, 2 June 2011, CNN) — The three Iranian security officers rang the doorbell, politely informed the man of his arrest, thoroughly searched the house, confiscated high-tech gear and books,&hellip
The recent attack on the Baha’i Institue for Higher Education (see BIHE website, raid) by the Islamic Republic of Iran has been accompanied by mis-information on the nature and activities of BIHE by the same Government and&hellip
[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.
The recent attack on The Baha’i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE) in Iran and the arrest of its faculty members has caused a great reaction in many corners. The Government of Iran has spread false&hellip