A Trial Without Evidence for the Seven Imprisoned Baha’is.


Tehran’s deputy prosecutor-general, Hassan Haddad, is to refer the case of the seven Bahai’s who have been detained since last May, to the revolutionary court next week. In a shocking announcement, Mr Haddad claims that the Bahai’s are being tried on charges of “espionage for Israel, insulting religious sanctities and propaganda against the Islamic republic”.

No evidence so far has been produced to justify these outlandish accusations and at no time since their arrest have they had access to their legal counsel, Mrs Shirin Ebadi, who has also been subjected to relentless intimidations and harassment. For the last 30 years the government of Iran have systematically been trying to eliminate the Baha’i Community, yet this last minute trial may be a reflection of the magnitude of danger waiting at the door of this persecuted community.

As well as an estimated 30 Baha’is imprisoned solely on their religious beliefs, countless others are denied jobs and education. A further eighty have been forced to post deeds of property and business licenses as collateral for bail.

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