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Bahai Student Expelled in Orumiyeh

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Source: Tavaana Translation by Iran Press Watch Last week Shokoufeh Ranjbar, a midwifery student in Orumiyeh, was expelled from the University after she had completed eighty credits of education because she is a Baha’i. According&hellip

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Iranian women hold banners during an Iranian Women Movement rally in front of Tehran University Sunday June 12, 2005. About 300 women took part in the protest against gender discrimination in the Islamic Republic. Image via AP.

Iran: Overcoming Persecution to Graduate

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Source: Study International Staff The Bahais are a small religious group in Iran, barely making up one percent of this Muslim nation. Called ‘apostates’ and reduced to a ‘political sect’, the government neither recognises nor protects&hellip

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