Six Nobel Peace Laureates issue statement for the unconditional release of Baha’i prisoners in Iran.

Mounting concern over the arrests of seven prominent members of the
Iranian Baha’i community has inspired six Nobel Laureates to issue a statement
of concern to the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Amongst the six
courageous voices, were Betty Williams and Maired Corrigan Maguire, founders
of the Peace People in Northern Ireland and winners of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize.
Their statement was issued under the banner of the Nobel Women’s Initiative,
which was established by the six women in 2006.

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