Source: www.humanrightsiniran.org Translation by Iran Press Watch According to the Human Rights in Iran website, citing Bahianews, security agents arrested Mahbod, and his whereabouts is still unknown. Some sources speculate that he might be held in&hellip
Source: BahaiNews1 Thursday November 10, 2016 Translation by Iran Press Watch According to BahaiNews, forty two Baha’i businesses closed by agents of the Office of Public Places under pressure from the Ministry of Information in&hellip
Source: BahaiNews1 Translation by Iran Press Watch According to a report from “BahaiNews”, Baha’i businesses and shops in the province of Kerman remain sealed and closed after almost a year. According to this report, on 26and&hellip
Source: hra-news.org Translation by Iran Press Watch HRANA News Agency. Harassing the businesses of Baha’i citizens still persists in a number of cities in the Province of Kerman. According to the report by HRANA ‒ Human&hellip
Source: hra-news.org/fa/religious-minorities/b-496 Translation by Iran Press Watch HRANA News – Navid Haghighi and Shahram Fallah, who have each been sentenced to prison terms of three years, reported to the Arak and Kerman prison systems to&hellip
Source: Baha’i World News Service, news.bahai.org/story/1027 31 October 2014 Just as the United Nations’ Universal Periodic Review of Iran’s human rights record is taking place in Geneva and representatives of that country protest that they safeguard&hellip
[HRANA] Wednesday, 23 April, 2014 HRANA News – A court in Yazd issued prison sentences of a sum total of 58 years for 20 Baha’is. Based on information from reporters at HRANA, the news organization&hellip
[BWNS, 26 Jan. 2012] NEW YORK — The Iranian government’s systematic strategy to drive Baha’is to economic ruin shows no sign of abating. According to reports received by the Baha’i International Community, a renewed campaign is&hellip
[19 May 2011] HRANA News Agency – Saman Ostevar, a Baha’i citizen and children’s rights activist, who was arrested on March 2, 2011 in the city of Kerman, still remains in Bam’s Prison, and uncertainty surrounds&hellip
TEHRAN (AFP) – A number of Bahais who were “promoting their faith in kindergartens” have been arrested, a prosecutor in the southern city of Bam was quoted by the official IRNA news agency as saying on Saturday.
“A number of Bahais who were promoting their programmes under the guise of kindergartens in Bam, Kerman and Tehran were arrested by intelligence agents after nine months of intelligence work,” prosecutor Mohammad Reza Sanjari said.
HRA news – In the continuation of oppression of Baha’is in Iran, a person in Abadan was arrested and the Baha’i cemetery of Kerman was demolished.