Iran’s continues its relentless witch-hunt against its largest non-muslim religious minority.

Bahar Tahzib writes a moving and thought provoking article for The Guardian on the continued violation of the human rights of the Bahai community in her native Iran. This is one of many passionate responses to the recent arrests of seven members of its informal leadership committee in May this year. There has been no news of them since.

Bahar whose own father, Yusuf Subhani, was executed in June 1980, highlights the unshakable integrity of the Baha’i community as they persevere, through decades of violent and unyielding persecution, to use peaceful and diplomatic means to call attention to their plight. “ Their steadfastness in the face of oppression, and the evidence of their goodwill towards their countrymen is gaining increasing recognition amongst ever greater numbers of Iranians at home and abroad. Muslim campaigners are openly calling for the Iranian government to respect the human rights of its Baha’i population.”

Read the article in full.

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