[There has been many news articles about the arrest and prison sentence of Mrs. Jinous Sobhani, the former aide to Nobel laureate Mrs. Shirin Ebadi. Iran Press Watch has carried some of these articles. The&hellip
(AFP) TEHRAN — Iran has sentenced a former aide to Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi to two years in jail, an opposition website reported on Thursday. “Jinous Sobhani, a Bahai citizen and former secretary of the&hellip
Due to the new limitations, the pressure has intensified on 4 female Baha’is in the Mashhad Vakilabad Prison.
(RAHANA 29-Sep-2010) A Baha’i, Leva Khanjani, has been sentenced to 2 years in prison.
(BWNS 16 Sep 2010) . GENEVA — The call to release seven Iranian Baha’i leaders – whose prison sentences have reportedly been reduced to 10-years each – is spreading around the world. Prominent figures in India,&hellip
(BWNS – 18 Sep 2010) NEW YORK — The 20-year prison sentences received by Iran’s seven Baha’i leaders have reportedly been reduced. The Baha’i International Community has learned that the lawyers representing the seven were informed&hellip
(United4Iran – 7-Sep-2010) Over the last week, friends and family of various prisoners in Iran have emailed requesting that we highlight the specific cases and current conditions of their loved ones. Wherever possible, U4I will&hellip
(Posted by: Moni Basu – CNN Wire editor) Minoo Vosough can still hear the guards’ boots marching down the cold hallways of Iran’s Gohardasht prison. The screams of other inmates burn her ears. She can&hellip
Shirin Ebadi: Trial “Riddled with Irregularities” (10 August 2010) Seven leaders of the Iranian Baha’i community, each of whom has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on security, espionage and other crimes, should be&hellip
13 Aug. 2010 Following the sentencing of seven Baha’i leaders in Iran, Diane Ala’i, the representative of the Baha’i International Community told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that currently 47 members of&hellip
NEW YORK — The harsh prison sentences handed down to seven Iranian Baha’i leaders who are absolutely innocent of any wrongdoing is a judgment against an entire religious community, the Baha’i International Community said today.&hellip
Monday 18 Mordad 1389 at 17:23 HRANA News – In a continuation of the repression of religious minorities, a Baha’i is sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment by the Babol Revolutionary Court.
[ ENGLISH: Send e-letters to WORLD LEADERS ] [ ENGLISH: Send e-letters to IRI EMBASSIES & OFFICIALS ] [ FARSI: Send e-letters to IRI EMBASSIES & OFFICIALS ] — COMING SOON Background In early August 2010, after over two&hellip
Vancouver, British Columbia, 11 August 2010 (CBNS) — More than 1,400 Baha’is meet this weekend at a downtown Vancouver hotel for the annual Association for Baha’i Studies Conference amidst community-wide anguish at the sentencing in&hellip
Reports Say 7 Baha’i Leaders Have Been Sentenced to 20 Years Each AUGUST 10, 2010 (New York) – The Iranian judiciary should set aside any judgments issued in closed judicial proceedings against seven Baha’i leaders&hellip
(No. 251 – August 10, 2010 – 10:30 a.m. ET) The Honourable Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today issued the following statement expressing Canada’s concern over Iran’s continued detention of seven Bahá’í community leaders&hellip