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We Are All Baha’is (Jewish Journal)

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Are we our brother’s and sister’s keepers? Last week I joined a group of distinguished community leaders in a resounding affirmative response to this timeless question. We gathered together at the University of Southern California&hellip

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Why are they Afraid of the Dead?

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By Monireh Baradaran Have you read this news? “Last night, at midnight, a number of plain-clothes officers attacked the Baha’i Cemetery in Qa’emshahr with a lorry and a bulldozer; and set out to remove the&hellip

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Jews Undercover – Iran

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Reporter: Mark Corcoran All religious and tribal minorities in Iran have lived under considerable pressures during the last 30 years and suffered various forms of discrimination and persecution. The Jews of Iran are no exception,&hellip

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A Book Review: The Baha’is of Iran

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Editor’s note: The following is a book review by Oliver Scharbrodt, with the citation:  Oliver Scharbrodt (2008); Dominic Parviz Brookshaw and Seena B. Fazel; The Baha’is of Iran: Socio-Historical Studies, London and New York: Routledge,&hellip

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Minorities in Iran

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[The following essay by Jahanshah Rashidian appeared on Monday, 10 November 2008, at http://www.agoravox.com/article.php3?id_article=8872 and is shared below for your information. Ahang Rabbani.] The Islamic Republic of Iran places the Shiite sect of Islam at&hellip

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