There are about 350,000 people of the Bahá’í faith living in Iran. Since August 2004, The Iranian government has arrested hundreds of Bahá’ís.Currently, there are at least 100 Iranian Bahá’ís in prison – almost twice the number from just a few months ago.
Roughly 350,000 Bahá’ís live in Iran. Worldview speaks with Glen Fullmer, national spokesperson for the Bahá’í in the U.S., about the oppression, disappearances and human rights violations against the Bahá’í of Iran. As Europe's economic crisis continues, E.U.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinajad maintains that Iran is a free country and doesn’t hold political prisoners. Omid Memarian strongly disagrees. The Iranian journalist was an Amnesty International prisoner of conscience six years ago.