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November 9, 2012

Bahai home confiscated in Mashhad

HRANA, November 8

The home of the late Hussein al-Hourdizadeh ( حسین الهوردیزاده ) in Mashhad has been confiscated, although his grandchildren were living in it at the time. Some time ago the home, in the Sa’ad Abad quarter of Mashhad, was confiscated by the Committee for Implementing the Instructions of the Imam, and put up for auction. Kayan and Sepehr Thabeti (کیان و سپهر ثابتی), the children of Mr. al-Hourdizadeh’s only daughter, were living in the house and were required to vacate it by an eviction order. The confiscation order, originally issued in the 1980’s, provided for the confiscation of all of Munireh al-Hourdizadeh’s possessions (منیره الهوردیزاده), moveable and immovable, because she was a Bahai and membership of the Bahai Local Spiritual Assembly for Mashhad. It has now been used, 30 years later, to seize a house which belonged not to Munireh al-Hourdizadeh, but to her father, the late Hussein al-Hourdizadeh.

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