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For my Father

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Editor’s Note: The following article was written by the daughter of one of the seven Baha’i prisoners who are former members of the informal committee, set up to loosely manage the affairs of the 300,000-strong&hellip

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Deprived of Education

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Editor’s Note:  The following is a letter written by a Baha’i college student upon expulsion from the university at which she had been studying.  This letter appears below in translation. I, Mona Rezai, born in&hellip

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Vandalism in Semnan

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The following report was posted on the online site of Human Rights Activists News Agency on Tuesday, September 29, 2009: The automobile of a Baha’i resident of Semnan was vandalized multiple times by unknown assailants.&hellip

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More than 20,000 killed over 150 years

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Editor’s Note:  The following it the third and final portion of last Saturday’s publication in Publico, Portugal’s popular newspaper.  The first two portions were published ipw1 and ipw2 By Publico Baha’is have been persecuted in Iran since the&hellip

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Kasravi and his Polemic

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Ahmad Kasravi (1890-1946) was a notable Iranian linguist, historian, and reformer.  Even though in his early years he was trained in a seminary, he soon found himself involved with the constitutional revolution of 1905-11, and&hellip

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Updates from BWNS

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The following updates were provided by the Persian page of Baha’i World News Service on September 22, 2009, and appear below in translation: Babol (bwns1) Mr. Moshfeq Samandari, who was arrested on April 14, 2009,&hellip

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Ordeal of a Baha’i Family

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Editor’s Note:  The following essay by Amil Imani, who is not affiliated with the Baha’i community, was posted on the PDMI site and is reposted here for the information of readers of Iran Press Watch. &hellip

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