Expulsion of an Iranian Baha’i Student From Yazd University Because of Her Beliefs

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Source: www.bahaicamp.com

Translation by Iran Press Watch


According to a report from the NO to the Harassment and Imprisonment of Baha’is in Iran Campaign, Raha Sedaghat, a Baha’i from Yazd, was expelled from university because of her religion.

According to reports and Raha herself: “After participating in my collage entry exam, I was told my academic record had deficiencies, like other Baha’i students. However, a few days later, I received a message from the State University of Yazd to register, and so I began my studies at Yazd University, until the day I went for my midterm exams and was unable to find my name or seat number in the student roster. The next day, when I inquired about this, I was told that they had received an urgent and confidential letter from the authorities for my immediate expulsion, as well as four other students. At the end of the meeting, they took my student ID and expelled me.”



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