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.
Since its launch in 2009, the BBC Persian's television channel has been a thorn in Iran's side. The regime has tried jamming the station’s satellite signals and intimidating the families of journalists who work for the network.
The story seems pulled from a movie script: Last week, the U.S. government alleged that officials high up in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard concocted a plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the U.S., with the help of a Mexican drug gang. Members of the Iranian security force, U.S.