Postage stamps in the Netherlands depict victims of human rights abuses in Iran. They are, clockwise from top left, Mahvash Sabet, one of Iran’s seven Baha’i leaders currently serving a 20-year prison sentence in Tehran’s Evin Prison; human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, serving an 11-year prison sentence; the prominent Iranian poet and feminist Simin Behbahani, who is barred from leaving the country; and transport workers’ union leader, Mansour Osanlou, jailed since 2007.
- Another Baha’i Buried Improperly in Tehran Cemetery
- Armed Houthis attack peaceful Baha’i gathering, arresting at least 17, in fresh crackdown
- Iran: authorities must end the persecution of Mahvash Sabet and ensure access to adequate medical care pending her release
- Statement by IRFBA Chair Fiona Bruce MP on Iranian Religious Prisoners of Conscience Mahvash Sabet and Fariba Kamalabadi
- Jailed Baha’i Condemns Injustice from Behind Bars
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