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Faribourz Baghi released in Yazd


HRANA, December 17, 2017.

Mr. Faribourz Baghi (فریبرز باغی ) was released from prison in Yazd after serving three years in prison (counting his original detention) on charges of acting against national security and propaganda against the regime. 66 more words

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Music teacher detained in Yazd


HRANA, December 15, 2017.

Mrs. Heyva Yazdan-Mahdiabadi (هیوا یزدان مهدی آبادی), a Bahai living in Yazd, was arrested in late November. An informed source said she was arrested for teaching music to children. 55 more words

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Five Bahai-run businesses in Tabriz closed by authorities

Iran Press Watch, December 7, 2017.

According to reports from the Bahai Campaign, another Bahai-owned business was shut down by officials from the Office of Properties in Tabriz on December 6. 155 more words

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Four detainees free on bail in Kermanshah


HRANA, December11, 2017.

Burhan Tebyanian (برهان تبیانیان), Noghmeh Shadabi (نغمه شادابی), Soheila Shadabi (سهیلا شادابی ) and Farzaneh Amini ( فرزانه امینی) have been released on bail of 100 million tumans each (72,000 euros ; $US 84,000), pending their trial. 38 more words

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Another arrest in Kermanshah


HRANA, December 4, 2017.

On December 2, security forces went to the home of Burhan Tebyanian (برهان تبیانیان), a Bahai living in Kermanshah, when he was not present. 89 more words

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Behrouz Tavakkoli released after 10 years in prison

HRANA, December 5, 2017.

Behrouz Tavakkoli (بهروز توکلی), one of the seven “Yaran” who once functioned as national facilitators for the Bahai community in Iran, was freed from Raja’i Shahr prison on December 4, at the end of a 10-year sentence which he served in full without any furlough. 648 more words

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Two Key Skills All Communities Should Value

One hour’s reflection is preferable to 70 years’ pious worship.’

(Hadith quoted by Bahá’u’lláh in the Kitáb-i-Íqán)

Central to the task of reconceptualizing the system of human relationships is the process that Bahá’u’lláh refers to as consultation.

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