Nobel Prize winner’s daughter harassed by Iran’s News Agency.

Shirin Ebadi, the first Muslim woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, has condemned Iran’s official News Agency, in its hounding campaign against her daughter. The agency claims that her daughter had converted from her Shiite Muslim beliefs to that of the Baha’i Faith, which in Iran is branded as illegal. At present Ebadi and her daughter are acting as the legal team who are representing and fighting for the release of seven members of the Baha’i community in Iran who were arrested and detained in May 2008. As Ebadi is a lawyer who has been tirelessly campaigning for the cause of human rights across her native Iran, it comes as no surprise that the plight of the Bahai’s is of major concern. They have been systematically persecuted under the present Islamic regime.

Is it a mere coincidence then, that Ebadi’s daughter has been the target of a national
smear campaign?

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