Rashin Saberi Was Summoned to the Ministry of Intelligence Office in Tabriz


Translation by Iran Press Watch
HRANA – On Sunday, July 13th, the day that Shabnam Isakhani was arrested, intelligence officers searched Rashin Saberi’s home and summoned her to court.
According to reporters of HRANA, the news organization of Human Rights Activists in Iran, security officers entered the home disguised as postmen, searched the home, and confiscated religious books, prayer books, Baha’i sacred photos, and her laptop computer.
The officers then gave her a summons for an interrogation the following Tuesday.

2 Responses

  1. Robert Berry

    October 12, 2014 10:52 pm

    I know several Baha’is and they are all law abiding and honest people, they have all contributed to the well being of my community. The arrests of Baha’is has been going on for decades. What are the Iranian authorities afraid of?

  2. Gideon Oumo

    April 14, 2015 3:39 am

    It’s unfortunate that in Iran one’s being a baha’i is a crime.
    It’s unbelievable that the fears even the law-abiding citizens.


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