Behrouz Tavakkoli, one of Iran’s seven imprisoned Baha’i leaders and Valiollah Toosky’s brother-in-law, currently serving a 20-year jail sentence. Mr. Toosky had taught Mr. Tavakkoli carpentry skills after he was fired from his job as a government social worker for being a Baha’i.
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