Leading Muslims, government officials, and parliamentarians around the world have joined a growing outcry at the unjust confiscation of properties owned by Bahá’ís in the Iranian farming village of Ivel. Pictured here are, clockwise from top right: Canadian Foreign Minister March Garneau; Annika Ben David of the Swedish Foreign Ministry; Jos Douma, the Netherlands’ Special Envoy for Religion or Belief; Markus Grübel, Germany’s Commissioner for Global Freedom of Religion; Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra of the UK; and Brazilian Member of Parliament Frei Anastácio.
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- 14 Female Prisoners Express Sympathy for the Family of the Deceased Baha’i and Praising “Her Fight Against Injustice”